A friend recently introduced me to an on-line survey program called Partnership-Plus. From the website, Partnership-Plus is made up of people just like you who tell us about
the new clothes they get each month. Clothing manufacturers and stores
use this information to study the kinds of clothes people buy and
receive. Being a member of Partnership-Plus gives you the opportunity
to help put the clothes you like in more stores.
Want to learn more?
Once you register,
you log on to Partnership-Plus each month and tell them about your
clothing purchases for the last month, including the style, brand,
store, price, and materials. They recommend that you keep your tags and receipts together, or use their handy downloadable record. You will earn points for your
participation, and the points can be used for gift cards or actual cash.
By my calculations, if you filled out the survey every month, within
the first five days of the following month, for one year, you would
have enough points to receive a $50 check.
The program even works if you don’t purchase any clothes – just log in
and indicate that you did not make any purchases in the prior month.
The registration page indicates that they use some type of criteria
to select participants. I haven’t heard of anyone being turned down
yet, though I suppose it might happen. I joined in July and have filled out two surveys so far. They took between ten and fifteen minutes each. I’m delighted that they send out reminder emails, as sometimes I get distracted and forget about little things like this.
It seems to be a program worth your consideration. I think that $50 a year for about three hours of time is a nice way to make a little extra money! If you try it, check back and let us know what you think.