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Check from Paid Surveys Arrives

April 17th, 2007

My membership at Survey Vanguard really seems to be paying off. Earlier today, I received a check in the mail for $53 from one of my paid survey companies for several surveys that I had completed last month.

This comes on the heels of a $60 check that I received from the same company about two weeks ago for surveys that had been completed in the months prior to that request. After checking my bank account earlier this evening, I also discovered that the $35 deposit that I had mailed in last week, which consisted of two separate paid survey checks for $25 and $10, had been properly credited.

I have noticed that the key to making significant amounts of money with paid surveys is being able to register with many different survey companies and then concentrating my time on the surveys that pay in cash or cash equivalents. In the Internet marketing world, we call this “multiple streams of income”. The idea is that even though the income from each source may be small, if things are set up so that the money comes in from many different directions, it really begins to add up over time. Fortunately, programs such as Survey Vanguard allow me set up my home-based business this way so that I can start making money much faster than I would be able to otherwise.

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