• Cancer study

    Asked by banditwalker on Saturday, April 25, 2015

    Cancer study

    Did anyone else participate in the MQ 438 that took place April 7th? It was held online and I just received an email stating that they appreciated my input and I would be getting my check$$$$$$ soon. I am posting this to let you all know that if you get a chance to qualify and do a survey/study that is emailed to you from whatnext, that it is legitimate. This is my 2nd survey and I received a nice check the 1st time also.
    All you have to do is be registered with whatnext.com.
    Thanks so much Wes for giving me the opportunity!

    12 Answers from the Community

    12 answers
    • motraveler's Avatar

      I did two so far. Have no idea iwhat the date was for the first one and if thrre was an option for paymdent.

      almost 6 years ago
    • karen1956's Avatar

      I've received the emails to participate, but I never meet the criteria!!!

      almost 6 years ago
    • geekling's Avatar

      I received an email what seems like a while back but it did not have to do with me.

      Too bad as I could use some extra cash. :-/

      almost 6 years ago
    • ChildOfGod4570's Avatar

      I've received emails about surveys; one said I didn't qualify; the other didn't work with my screen reading software, thus prompting me to email for tech support. By the time the people in charge of the survey got back to me, which was only a day or two later, they told me the survey was already closed and to try again another time. This means I've missed out twice now. :( I wonder if there is any way to see that these surveys are accessible to participants who are blind? I sure could have used the extra cash. HUGS and God bless.

      almost 6 years ago
    • whirl's Avatar

      I have tried several of them. I never qualify. I guess I am too old

      almost 6 years ago
    • cak61's Avatar

      Whirl, I never qualify either. I am 53. I think they are very specific.

      almost 6 years ago
    • banditwalker's Avatar

      Oh, I haven't qualified for several of them. But, I just wanted people to know that if the study comes thru' whatnext, then it is legitimate and not a scam. Last year there were several people who did not get paid, could not finish a study, etc..... A lot of people thought there were many scam artists out there at the time. And maybe there were. I just know that the 2 I qualified for from the whatnext website, I did in fact get paid. They also do certain demographics for each study so this is the reason some people do not qualify. Good luck tho'.

      almost 6 years ago
    • GLW's Avatar

      Whirl....I am 79 and did qualify for one. I got a check for $30 and it took about five minutes to do. Just keep trying......I do agree that I don't qualify for most of them but what does it hurt to try.

      almost 6 years ago
    • GregP_WN's Avatar

      Thanks for posting, just to chime in here on qualifying, I never have either, 27 years worth of experience and experiences, 2 different types of cancer, but still no. The research companies study an extremely specific part of the type of diagnosis they are studying at the time. So, to qualify, first you have to have the type of cancer they are studying, second, you have to meet a specific set of criteria, age, in or out of treatment, a certain side effect, or not, sometimes currently working, other times not working. As several said, just keep trying, one day I will meet one too. Thank you all for attempting, and if you ever have a question about them, you can drop me an email.

      almost 6 years ago
    • islandlady's Avatar

      I never qualify either........too old.

      almost 6 years ago
    • Steph921's Avatar

      I qualified for one and got a check! Another one I didn't qualify but I'll keep trying. It's always good to help with research and it's nice to get a check in the mail instead of always bills :)

      almost 6 years ago
    • Margie's Avatar

      I have done several, but never have qualified.

      almost 6 years ago

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