If you are interested in finding out paid online survey sites that are available in Nigeria, then read along.
Paid online survey sites have been around for quite some time, but despite that not too many people know about them.
People are not aware that they can make money online by taking surveys on simple consumer products and services they use on a daily basis.
If you are interested in earning from taking paid surveys in Nigeria, this guide will walk you through some of the basics and provide you with a list of 5 sites that can help you achieve that.
In my previous guide that explains how to really earn from taking paid surveys in Nigeria, I noted that you don’t need to pay anything to take and earn from surveys.
I also made mention of several global survey sites not allowing Nigerians to create accounts with them. And, as a result, some people have had to resort to the usage of VPN while assessing those sites.
The usage of VPN (virtual private network) is, as a matter of fact, not the ideal thing to do if you are really interested in earning from survey sites.
Reason is, survey sites are only interested in obtaining credible information from participants, so a person living in Nigeria and pretending to be an American citizen will in no way help them achieve that.
For the purpose of providing quality deliveries to their contractors, they waste no time in disabling and banning any account that infringes.
This may result to you losing whatever earning you accrued from taking paid surveys with false information.
Not to worry! The 5 sites I will share with you in this guide do allow Nigerians to register. Furthermore, I’ll explain how you can receive your hard-earned money from each of them.
Without further ado, let’s get to the main reason you clicked to read this post…
5 online paid survey sites available in Nigeria:
Mobrog is one of the most popular survey platforms in the world. Its parent company, Splendid Research GMBH, is located in Germany.
Mobrog is, however, not just available to Germans. It is available in more that 70 countries. Fortunately, Nigeria happens to be one of those countries.
It’s easy to get an Account. First, click here to visit Mobrog homepage. It should look like the image below.
Thereafter, proceed to clicking on the sign up button.
Another good thing is that Mobrog payout with PayPal and Skrill, and the latter happens to be available in Nigeria.
As soon as you earn up to $10, which is the minimum withdrawal amount, you’ll be allowed to withdraw your earning using any payment option you desire.
Triaba is an international survey company that originates from Norway and has a version dedicated to servicing Nigeria. They pay from $0.13 to $3.25 depending on the duration of the survey.
And once you’re able to accumulate up to 100 points, you be allowed to redeem your earning using GCodes virtual gift codes, which are redeemable for thousands of rewards including merchandise, gift cards, digital magazines and books, travel, event tickets, mobile top-up and more!
The Panel Station is yet another global survey site available in Nigeria.
It provides you with a platform to take surveys on Local and international consumer products.
And in exchange for your participation, you’ll get rewarded with points, Amazon gift cards, retail e-vouchers, and sweepstakes entries.
If you’re able to accumulate up to 3000 Reward Points, you’ll be allowed to make withdrawals using any payment option you desire.
Paidviewpoint, a survey company operated by AYTM (Ask Your Target Market) is also available in Nigeria.
During registration, just go ahead and select international as your location.
You will be able to redeem your earnings once you’re able to accumulate up to a minimum of $15 in your account.
You can also get rewarded with Amazon gift cards and Walmart gift cards.
Opinion world provides its users with a platform to take paid surveys in exchange for points.
1000 points in Opinion World has an equivalence of $10 which is the minimum withdrawal threshold.
Other rewards opportunities include Amazon gift cards, retail e-vouchers, and sweepstakes entries.
Similar to freelancing, paid survey sites are not so popular among Nigerians and not widely embraced by the market.
And as a result of that Nigerians receive limited survey invitations. That’s why you need to register with as many as possible.
But make sure you do proper research on any site you decide to register with.
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