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Ah cool, this $5 survey didn’t disqualify me. Let me just answer this final question and hit submit and…

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    1. Not in this case. I clicked advanced and it said something about the websites certificate being expired and didn’t give me the option to continue. I also tried refreshing the page 100 trillion times.

      1. Well that just sucks.
        I’ve largely given up, it’s so demoralising to be rejected half way through or, as in your case, have some kind of random fatal error.

        1. My technical knowledge is limited, but is there perhaps someway that they could have a valid certificate for the rest of the site and not for that specific page that the last click directs you to? Basically, can they do this on purpose?

          1. Not sure if they did this on purpose, but I’m inclined to believe they did because they redirected most likely to a separate website with an revoked ssl certificate.

          2. I don’t actually know.
            I would think it’s theoretically possible but my knowledge is limited.

      2. Did you take a screenshot after you clicked advance? I can almost guarantee there was in fact a way to continue past this.

  1. You never get technical errors with the shitty $0.77 surveys. It’s ALWAYS on surveys worth $1.50 or more.

  2. You can try going to http:// instead of https://. It’s giving you the error because they don’t have the certificate for https. However, depending on how they do it, it may or may not work.

  3. It usually means that the security website certificate is expired or doesn’t match up correctly with the researcher site.

    You can try to switch it to http://

  4. The other day on VeryDice theorem surveys 1 survey that was supposed to be 8 minutes 20 rolls ended up being multiple surveys 3 rolls and about 15 minutes. Every time I completed a survey including the qualifier question it would redirect me to a new survey which I was forced to complete to get my reward and it wasn’t worth it so I’m laying off surveys that aren’t Quickthoughts for now.

  5. I’ve come to realize most survey sites are worthless aside from mturk(yougov is ok). I’m looking into user testing sites, transcription, and plasma donation this month. In a few months after self study I’m going to try basic freelance (proofreading, GIS) on the common sites to start.

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