My GlobalTestMarket Cheque, Paid for Doing Online Surveys

gtm cheque 2012

I received this cheque in the mail a few days ago.

It was a cheque of RM312.59 from Global Test Market, an online survey company.

How it works:

  1. Register
  2. Answer surveys and you will be given points.
  3. Points vary depending on the survey, but on average it seems to be 40-50 points
  4. 1000 points = $50 USD, so each survey averages 50 points or $2.50.
  5. When you reach 1000 points, you can redeem your points for cash.

I signed up in 2009 and cashed out my points at the end of 2011, so it took me 3 years to accumulate about 2000 points.

Payment is by cheque only, so I sent an email to request them to ensure that the cheque name was according to my IC.

At first I was worried that the cheque would be in USD (which required foreign cheque clearance), but as you can see from the photo, they issued a Malaysian cheque from RBS Kuala Lumpur.

If you are interested to join, you can head over to globaltestmarket.com. However, they do have a referral program. If I refer you then I get 20 points (50 cents).

So if you are kind enough to allow me to earn the referral bonus, just leave a comment below. Make sure you fill the correct email address in the “Email” column and I will send a referral email through the GlobalTestMarket system.

It’s not a lot of money, but every little bit helps to pay the bills.

I’m just happy to get this extra bonus.

 

10 thoughts on “My GlobalTestMarket Cheque, Paid for Doing Online Surveys”

  1. Hi Adino!!
    I just want to know which bank did you cashed the cheque, is there any charged from bank to you and how long it takes to cash the money?

    Adino: Hi Nass, GlobalTestMarket sent me a local cheque from Royal Bank of Scotland KL (in Ringgit), and I banked in to my local bank account (Maybank) so there’s no extra charges involved. The cheque cleared as per normal. I think within 2 business days.

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