Is Quick Side Income a Scam? – My Review

By Kyle / July 9, 2017

Quick Side Income is probably not what you may think it is. It is promoted as an easy way to earn some extra cash taking paid surveys online but much of what you see is misleading. Is Quick Side Income a scam? Not entirely… but there are definitely some things you should know about this place.

In this review I’ll be going over the things that they don’t tell you, the things that they don’t want you to know. The truth is that you can make money with this program but its nothing like they lead you to believe it is.

Quick Side Income Review

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There is a lot of misleading information being promoted to try to get people to join this Quick Side Income program. The names itself is actually very misleading. They make you think that you will be making a “Quick” Side Income when it should really be named “Insanely Slow” Side Income because you sure as heck aren’t going to make quick money with this.

It is often promoted saying that you an earn hundreds of dollars with this. As you can see in the image above it says “Make an extra $450+ taking surveys on the side!” And this is true… you can make an extra $450+…. but they don’t say how long that will take. And honestly… this will take forever to reach that amount and I will show you why soon.

What Exactly Is Quick Side Income?

Quick Side Income is an “extension” of Survey Voices if you want to call it that. Basically it is just Survey Voices that goes under a different name. The reason for this is marketing. People see a new name and think its some bran-new awesome program when really its just the same old program under a fancy new name.

The only thing Quick Side Income does is tries to make money off of you.

Right from the start, just after you sign up you will go through a series of questions where they ask if you want to switch your cable provider, if you want to see if you qualify to drive for Uber, and other questions like this. The reason they are doing this is because they make commissions if they refer you to these places.

And that is just the initial little survey that you take where they do this.

The main part of this Quick Side Income program is the paid surveys…. which are also just a big ploy for them to make money off of you.

The Surveys

When you join they will show you a list of survey sites that are available to you.

At the top of the list that they showed me I saw i-Say and Survey Junkie, two survey sites that I am very familiar with.

But this is all they do. They just refer you to other paid survey sites. They  don’t actually have any surveys of their own.

Oh, and by the way… there are not limited openings on these sites. As you can see above they tell you that there are “Only 8 spots left!” but this just isn’t true. Anyone can go to these paid survey sites and sign up right away.

How Much Money Can You Make?

As I said you aren’t going to make quick money with this. The survey sites that they refer you to where you can make money are legitimate and you really can make money with them. But its just not going to be very much.

i-Say, Survey Junkie and the other places that will be available to you are just your standard paid survey sites, nothing special at all.

Generally you can expect surveys to take anywhere from 5 – 25 minutes and you can earn anywhere from $0.25 – $4 per survey. And with any site that they offer to you, you will not be able to take surveys back to back to back. There is always going to be a lack of surveys which means you can only earn some extra money every once in a while.

The Whole Point of Quick Side Income

This place was set up for one reason and one reason only… to make money off of people. It provides no service of value whatsoever. They act like they are referring you to these amazing handpicked survey sites when really they just refer everyone to the same sites which are nothing special.

All of the sites it refers you to have referral programs where you can make money by referring other people to join. So this Quick Side Income is just making small amounts of money by getting people to join all of these sites.

Final Thoughts & What I Recommend

Quick Side Income is not a full-blown scam but it is very “scammy”. The promotions I have seen for this make it seem like some amazing opportunity when it really is not. Taking surveys at any of the sites that they recommend you to will not earn you a “quick” side income by any means.

Paid survey sites just aren’t that great anymore. I have reviewed dozens of them and tried a bunch out and they are all the same. It is the industry standard now to pay very little. This is because it is easy for these sites to collect people’s opinions so they have no need to pay people more.

Overall, paid survey sites just aren’t worth the time that you have to put into them. There are better ways to make money online in your spare time.

I actually make a living working online and I sure as heck am not going around taking paid surveys. I have written a post on what I do to make money online, how it all works, and how others can do the same. You can click the link below to read about it if you want to.

–> Click Here to learn about it 

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About the author


My name is Kyle and I am the owner of Earn Beast. I created this website to explore the various ways of earning and mainly focus on teaching others how they can make money online. To learn how I make a full-time income online, Click Here


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