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Earn $25 for Health Survey

on 9.8.2016 at 1:14pm
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health surveyHere’s a great way to grab an extra $25! You can earn a FREE $25 though Paypal, Amazon credit or a Venmo gift card for taking a health insurance survey.

To qualify, you must have health insurance that is not through an employer. If this is you, take a quick 23 question survey and upload or text a photo of your current health insurance card to confirm your provider.

This is a great way to help out and earn a credit.

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    • Sheristone

      Jennie,
      When are we supposed to receive the payout on this? I just finished the survey and am curious as to how and when we will receive payment. Thank you for sharing

    • julie

      started to do this and then wondered why do they need to see our insurance card – this is a referral program to get people to either switch ins or just line jenny’s pocket with referral $. this is not the way to get a reward from paypal or amazon.

    • Christina S

      I agree, I don’t think its very smart to be uploading copies of your insurance card, that has family member names and all your relevant numbers. Not worth it.

    • TwoTreeHome

      The actual payout for this survey was $50 if you went to it directly on their site without clicking on anyone’s referral. If you go through a referral, your payout is reduced to $25 and the person who referred you gets $25. Kind of a crumby way to get someone to refer their friends. I’m sure this website got a lot of kickback from signups through this post.

      ImpactHealth is/was an insurance concierge service. The idea is that they help you pick a plan, and they receive a small fee through that plan. If you are fully covered with subsidies, you wouldn’t notice the fee at all. Since then, Impact Health has changed its name to Joany, which makes no sense, but there it is.

      Typically, companies change their identity because of branding issues. Mistrust, different target audience, etc. This is all obviously really oversimplified.

      As for the payout time period, it seemed to depend on who was manning the computer. I went to the site directly and did the survey for $50, and got an immediate PayPal transfer in about 24 hours. My husband did the same on the following day, and he was PayPal’ed an electronic check in about 48 hours, and it took over a week to clear. My guess is that they overspent from one account and had to shuffle around funds for the spiffs.