FREE $25 Paypal, Amazon or Venmo Gift Card for completing health insurance survey!

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Wow, here’s an opportunity for many of you to score $25 of free money! If you qualify for this survey from Impact Health, you will get a free $25 PayPal, Amazon or Venmo gift after you complete it. Even if you don’t qualify, they will send you a link so you can refer friends and get paid $25 for each one that completes the survey (and there’s no limit on how many people you can refer!)

Only those who have health insurance that IS NOT through an employer will qualify for the survey, but remember that you can still get paid to refer people if you don’t qualify. Here are the steps…

  1. GO HERE and attempt to sign up. If you qualify, you will be given a quick 23 question survey.
  2. After completing your survey, upload or text a photo of your current health insurance card to confirm your provider.
  3. If you qualify, you get the $25 gift card of your choice.
  4. Regardless of whether or not you qualify, you will have the opportunity to refer people and get paid $25 per qualifying survey taker. (No limits either!)

Good luck! Go make some money! 🙂

Thanks Freebies 4 Mom.

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  1. This offer REQUIRES that you scan and upload a picture of your health insurance card. Very sketchy – I researched the company and ultimately felt safe doing it, but it’s concerning that they make you hunt for their credentials.

  2. The fact that they want a photo of your insurance card concerns me. After all, we are not supposed to give our numbers to just anyone. Think I’ll pass on this one.

  3. No way am I giving a stranger my healthcare info. Sorry.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      That’s your choice. I’m just explaining the deal. No need to apologize.

      • From initial post…
        “Good luck! Go make some money!”

        And NOW you try to backtrack with your statement:
        “I’m just explaining the deal.”

        – NO! I’d say you were encouraging people to complete the survey, so you can possibly collect the $25 referral commission for each person who ‘qualifies’ (IF they even pay it).
        IMO, you should act more responsibly.

  4. You will not be approved if you get your health insurance from an employer. Bummer!

  5. robin faith says:

    I qualified, did the survey…..received over 15 phone calls from bogus survey crap but, no response from the survey…Steve you’ve always been by go to person for couponing, but now I’m feeling a little off.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Ouch. I saw this offer on a pretty reliable site where we get lots of deals. I didn’t realize that doing the survey would trigger sales calls. I’m going to make a note about this in the post. Thanks for your feedback.