Attapoll Review – Is it worth it?

We are all looking for more ways to earn money but have you ever thought of using survey apps?

I will be sharing my honest review about many different survey apps so you can decide if surveys are the way forward to making some extra cash.

What is Attapoll?

Attapoll is a survey site that allows you to earn money from the comfort of your home. All you need is a phone, internet and your ready to go.

Attapoll connects you to a wide range of companies and organisations that are looking for your reviews and opinions. You can answer questions about anything from what your favourite Online store is to what you ate for breakfast.

If you turn your notifications on you will get notified each time a survey is available on your phone.

The good:

This app is easy to set up, once you sign up and complete the profile surveys you can be earning money within minutes.

You can select the maximum length of survey you would like to complete, so if you only want short and sweet surveys you can. But if you fancy sitting through a long surveys you can as well.

As I have mentioned before you can allow your phone to receive notifications so you have access to the surveys quickly. The better paid surveys can reach their quota quickly so having this feature means you will be more than likely selected.

Cash out is via PaypPal once you reach £3 and £2.50 to a Revoult account. Cash out is instant and can be in your chosen account within minutes.

The bad:

Sadly with every good point their can be bad points, although I haven’t had many bad experiences with Attapoll I have had a few.

Unfortunately, some of the surveys can pay terribly, 10p for a 15 minute long survey is not great. And often you can be removed from surveys if you do not meet the requirements that the company needs.

I will be honest this does not happen to me often on this app but when it does it can be so frustrating. When completing surveys you need to make sure that you are paying attention, as companies do analyse the way you answer and will throw in attention checks.

How much money can you make from this app?

Some weeks I can cash out 3 or 4 times it depends how much time I dedicate to it.

As I have been on furlough this year, so I have had plenty of more time at home, I have earned on average £10 per week which for a survey app is a lot!

But it does depend on the time you give to this app, remember cash out is £3 so you need to work hard to reach the cash out amount. If you check your phone every now and then, it will be much more difficult for you to earn as much.

Is it safe?

There are so many worries when using survey sites that your data is safe. Attapoll is owned by Attapoll LTD which is a British company based in London. You can find many reviews online praising this app.

I personally have never had any issue with my personal information, this app does not provide you with any spam etc so for me it has been safe.

Final review: Is it worth it?

In one word Yes!

If you are like me and have a lot of spare time on your hands during lockdown, then this is the app for you. When your sat watching TV you can answer surveys and it is so worth it!

Just bare in mind that you won’t earn hundreds of pounds per week but you can earn some extra cash whilst staying at home.

I hope this post has given you more information on this site and how you can use it to save some extra cash.

I do have a link that you can use below, I earn 50p for every person that signs up once you complete 5 surveys. So thank you if you do use my link.

Here is my link to Attapoll:

I will be sharing over the next few days other survey apps that you can use to earn some extra cash!

Make sure to check out my Instagram for updates on my journey!

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