Saturday, 24 April 2021

New Payment Options added in 30 countries - VISA Virtual Debet Card

Virtual VISA Debet Card:
Members in following countries can now choose Virtual VISA Debet Card as payment option when they shall redeem their earnings:

Bahrain, Bangladesh, Botswana, Egypt, Ghana, Indonesia, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Lebanon, Malaysia, Namibia, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

In Algeria, Botswana Kenya and Morocco PayPal have been added as payment option.

GCodes have been added as new payment options in France and in our French speaking panel in Belgium.

Virtual Visa Debit Card:

With a Virtual Visa Debit Card, you can access your funds 24/7 and make purchases at millions of locations that accept Visa. When you've reached 10 USD you can choose to receive an Virtual Visa Debit Card.

Your virtual visa card link will be sent directly to your e-mail address normally within 1 day. You will need to create an account after following the link in order to retrieve the card details. "Virtual" relates to the fact that this card can only be used where a card is not required to be physically presented to the merchant. These transactions are generally done online, by telephone or by mail order. For convenience, clients will be issued a plastic reference card that gives the client all the information required to make a purchase: The Virtual Visa Debit reference card does not have a magnetic stripe, CHIP or PIN associated with it and therefore cannot be used at an ATM or store.

Tuesday, 9 February 2021

Triaba Venezuela will close down due to new sanctions and regulations

Due to new sanctions and regulations, we are unfortunately no longer able to allow participants from Venezuela to participate on our network. As a result of this, we have already put all Venezuela panels on-hold and stopped projects for that country.

We will soon be removing all Cint managed payments from Triaba, however, we want to give our panelists the opportunity to withdraw their earnings, therefore, Cint have lowered the minimum for PayPal payments to 1 Cint Point ($0.125) so that our panellists can withdraw any earnings they have saved up.

After 30 days we will then be removing all Cint-managed payments from the panel.

We are sorry for this, but there is nothing we can do. Hopefully we will soon again be able to provide surveys for members in Venezuela.

Tuesday, 2 February 2021

Why is there a negative on my account?

Negative incentives can occur when someone completed a survey in a manner deemed inappropriate (bad or untruthful). We will not share with you which questions proved to be problematic for our clients. Below are some ways clients define “bad” or “untruthful” responses

  • Survey Speeding

Every survey executed has an estimated time to complete. If you complete a survey in a time frame that does not fall within the range that is acceptable you will not qualify for the survey, receive an incentive and may be terminated from the panel.

  • Inconsistent or Inaccurate Answers

If you provide answers that are not accurate and or inconsistent in any manner whatsoever you will not qualify for the survey, receive an incentive and may be terminated from the panel.

  • Red Herring questions

Clients, at times, will put questions in the survey multiple times or demand that you choose a specific answer to ensure you are being truthful and/or reading the entire survey question. If our client should find that your responses are unacceptable as per the red herring directive you will not qualify for the survey, receive an incentive and may be terminated from the panel.

  • Open End Questions

At times clients will have a section within a survey that requests respondents to fill in their answers by writing them in, rather than selecting an answer from a set of pre-identified responses. If a response in Open Ended question is considered to contain language that is inappropriate, non-sensible, or not fitting for the question you will not qualify for the survey, receive an incentive and may be terminated from the panel.