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Test Products For Money


Information on testing free products for money and which websites to join to get new things:

Companies and manufacturers are interested in your opinion and will pay you to test products for money. They will be sent to you to trial for a set period, usually a week, though some items may just be once if it is a single use disposable item.








Test Free Products


After the trial period you will be given a questionnaire from the test free products for money company to fill out. These are usually tick boxes of multiple choice answers. There is usually room to write any comments you feel would be helpful during your evaluation.

This questionnaire is then e-mailed or sent back to the testing for money organisation and once they have received the item they will send you payment. This is usually in cash, direct to your bank account by BACS or as a cheque payment. Some may reward you with a gift voucher to spend in shops like Argos and Boots. You usually get to choose which shop voucher you would like as a reward.








Testing Products


Payments range from £5 to £25 and each questionnaire won't take you any longer than 15 minutes to fill out. Most trials can be performed as you continue normal life - ie if you are trialling a new washing powder or liquid capsule you simply use it in your next few loads of washing - you don't have to rush around finding or making washing!

Testing Websites


Most testing websites also ask you to complete surveys. From this information they can then identify you as being a suitable candidate. Read more about this on the surveys for cash page.






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Testing Things For Money

An excellent testing things for money company is Ipsos who has sent me items such as a bathroom air freshener, deodorant, dog food, hot chocolate and sweets to trial and evaluate. Some of the items have been brand new and have not been released to buy. The manufacturers wanted honest advice and opinions from consumers to help improve the product or to evaluate packaging or tweak the recipe.

Do complete the testing new products personal profile forms as comprehensively as possible. Always reply to any e-mailed questionnaires and surveys. This will ensure you are matched as a possible candidate to trial products and you will earn more. They even give you points for completing these small surveys which can be saved and exchanged for shopping vouchers ranging from £5 to £15.


Test New Products

When you test new products you will often be sent items not yet available to buy. You will earn from testing products and these can often be used in daily life. So if you get sent a new toothpaste to try you will not only get paid but you will not have to buy any toothpaste for a while, so you save.

Register for as many testing companies as possible and you should get sent something most weeks.

We have been doing free test products work for years and have never had any problems other than our dog point blank refusing to eat any of a 15kg packet of dog food! Fortunately a friend's dog liked it and we wrote this in our report and she joined them too.


Income earned should be declared to the tax office in the self assessment form. I am not sure about the status of declaring shopping vouchers on the income sheet. One year I was inspected by a tax officer and was told not to declare shopping vouchers because this was a reward. I've always erred on the side of caution and declared the vouchers though.




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As well as testing free products for money you can also earn from testing websites. For example the What Users Do website are based in the UK and seek web users with access to a PC, the internet and a microphone to join their panel of website testers. What Users Do are seeking people from all walks of life and all levels of education and internet experience to work for them. Payment can be up to £8 for about 20 minutes of work. Payments are made via Paypal or by cheque. In return you would need to give your opinion of a website as you read through its pages. Your screens will be recorded along with your spoken thoughts. During this phase you will be given tasks to complete. For more information about this form of free product testing visit the What Users Do website at www.whatusersdo.com


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