We currently accept only U.S. residents, who are over 18 years old and are authorized to perform contractual work. You also must have a U.S. Bank account to receive payments.
There are no skills needed beyond your ability to connect to the Internet. In many tests you’ll be asked to click through a product and answer questions about your experience and record it.
Yes! For a Phone Call you’ll need a phone and computer with connection to the Internet. For an Online Usability test you’ll need a computer connected to the Internet with a microphone, as you’ll need to record your thoughts. Video recorder is build in our platform, so you don’t need to worry about that.
We want to make sure that you’re compensated fairly; therefore, all testers are paid the same fixed price for the testing. You can only offer your own price for a Personal Meeting, as it includes variable commute and time needed. For a Phone Call you’ll receive $35, for an online usability test $25, for Survey $10, and if you help to choose something – $5. You’ll receive your payment on the 8-10th day after you complete the test via Venmo (a PayPal company). If you don’t have a Venmo account yet, you’ll be able to create it when the first payment is distributed and then you can transfer your money to your bank account with no fee.
No, we’re not charging you any commission. We’ll transfer your payment to your Venmo account (that you can create once you get the first payment) and you can transfer it to your bank account. Venmo doesn’t charge commission to transfer to most US banks, but you’ll need to check your specific bank with Venmo.
potentially receive a refund. If there are no issues, we’ll transfer your payment to your Venmo account on the 8th day and it usually takes about 2 days to arrive.
We won’t charge you any taxes on your payments but you’re responsible for reporting all you have to report to the IRS.
There is no way besides the recommendations that you receive from clients if you provide valuable feedback. Companies invite testers who satisfy their criteria and who can be helpful with their research.