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Get a Chance to Win $10,000 by Participating in a Survey

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Tom’s Hardware is searching for consumers and IT Professionals to join a FREE online survey community. Those who join will be able to earn points, which can be redeemed for Amazon.com Gift Card* Claim Codes, along with other types of rewards and they will be entered to win a $10,000 Tell Tom’s prize!
 
Another nice perk is that you can have multiple entries into the $10,000 prize drawing. The more surveys you complete, the more chances you get to win the prize.

Click here to start earning points and the chance to win $10,000!
 
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    Jim_L9 , February 28, 2013 6:29 PM
    No proper link for terms and conditions.
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    Jim_L9 , February 28, 2013 6:46 PM
    Never mind.
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    dextermat , February 28, 2013 7:08 PM
    Wow I'm Canadian, Quebec, and eligible!!!
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    daswilhelm , February 28, 2013 7:25 PM
    i've been doing this for two months, cashing out to amazon.com, and so far have purchased a new CPU and motherboard. at this rate i'll have a new machine every year.
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    Pgooch , February 28, 2013 8:07 PM
    daswilhelmi've been doing this for two months, cashing out to amazon.com, and so far have purchased a new CPU and motherboard. at this rate i'll have a new machine every year.


    You serious? This legit?
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    th3anyk3y , February 28, 2013 8:10 PM
    How Legit is this?
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    jupiter optimus maximus , February 28, 2013 8:47 PM
    PgoochYou serious? This legit?

    I started doing this thing since July of last year, and made $600. But it takes so much time and some surveys, kick you out if you don't qualify or not interested in the subject. Now i don't have time, as i am busy with college work. The $600 i used to buy gas, food and airplane ticket to New Orleans.

    What they do is data collect your information, habits, tastes and other things. I watched a PBS Frontline program describing these data collectors, to specified marketeers and politicians on persuading to their favor. For example, if you enjoy smoking cigarettes, own guns, and own a ford f-150, you are consider to be a Republican. Politicians, won't waste your time persuading to vote one way or another, because you already made up your mind. These surveys are what made President Obama win the election, by focusing a narrow group of people who are undecided. Why Mitt Romemy failed with his so called "secret machine" to predict the winner. The surveyors have to gauge a correct set of question to proper diagnose the barometer so to say.

    Sorry that i wrote so much, i finished an exam, and i am sick now.

    Anyway, with these surveys, be patient. $1 reward is 10 min. $2 is 20 min. $3 is 30min, anything less, you are wasting your time.
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    dalethepcman , February 28, 2013 8:59 PM
    $6 / hour for me to spill my life.. I guess if I was unemployed and I was done doing job interviews, but couldn't you make the same amount of money standing on a street corner begging for pennies?

    I wouldn't mind giving Tom's my opinion for free though. The surveys are a joke, hire someone to proof read.
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    johnnyevil , February 28, 2013 9:05 PM
    Yeah screw this garbage. I signed up and it told me that based on my information provided that I might like to go to some other survey site and that there were no questions for me. Some survey site....
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    stickmansam , February 28, 2013 9:10 PM
    johnnyevilYeah screw this garbage. I signed up and it told me that based on my information provided that I might like to go to some other survey site and that there were no questions for me. Some survey site....


    The second survey site wants my address and stuffs.... and I am supposed to give them that? :/ 
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    SoiledBottom , February 28, 2013 9:11 PM
    "Give Us Your Opinion For a Chance to Win $10,000!".......less Apple articles and use spell check before posting new articles

    Please place the check in the mail ....rent is due
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    wannabepro , February 28, 2013 9:29 PM
    StickmansamThe second survey site wants my address and stuffs.... and I supposed to give them that?

    I alternate between using Bill Gates and Barrack Obama's addresses. They get my junkmail.
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    upgrade_1977 , February 28, 2013 9:40 PM
    I was gonna, but yeah, no link to terms and conditions, then the survey questions were asking way to much personal information. I just don't feel comfortable giving out my personal information. Especially over the internet. Why does toms need all that info?
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    wannabepro , February 28, 2013 9:53 PM
    upgrade_1977I was gonna, but yeah, no link to terms and conditions, then the survey questions were asking way to much personal information. I just don't feel comfortable giving out my personal information. Especially over the internet. Why does toms need all that info?


    So they can hunt you down and steal your soul... :0
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    assasin32 , February 28, 2013 10:26 PM
    Tried this survey stuff it's complete and total BS. Most surveys kicked me out after filling out about every question they had. Heck I've spent 45min on some surveys and they kicked me out at near completion. So I got nothing. After playing with it for several hours because i was bored I got what is equalalent to $3 I think it was, but I needed $10 to cash out on anything. Like a amazon gift card.
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    fkr , February 28, 2013 10:42 PM
    I used to do these on occasion and saved up enough to buy a couple of games. Why is it that people actually answer these things correctly. Some times if I thought it would affect something I cared about I would answer honestly but most of the time I would just say whatever it is that they wanted to here. They can only use you as much as you let them. corporate greed, greedy me.
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    Meatymutawings , February 28, 2013 11:07 PM
    can't believe toms has resorted to doing survey sites to make money.
    this whole thing is a waste of time. to cash out you have to dedicate a LOT of time into this, and get way too little for your time and info. and the $10000 is a blatant lie and retard trap.
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    daswilhelm , February 28, 2013 11:13 PM
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    You serious? This legit?


    its absolutely legit.
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    the_crippler , March 1, 2013 12:25 PM
    StickmansamThe second survey site wants my address and stuffs.... and I am supposed to give them that?


    That's how far I got in the signup. Home address? Uh....no At that point, they'd have my name, email, birthdate and address. If *I* can think of nefarious stuff to do with just that amount of information, someone less reputable would have a field day.
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    bllue , March 1, 2013 2:23 PM
    johnnyevilYeah screw this garbage. I signed up and it told me that based on my information provided that I might like to go to some other survey site and that there were no questions for me. Some survey site....

    That's incredibly annoying, especially when you're told several times in a row that there's no questions for you. Would probably be fine if you were able to finish filling the surveys and get the credits
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