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12 Replies to “What is 1Q and is it Legit?”

  1. How long does it take to get paid? I opened a pay pal and there suppose to be linked but I havent got anything.

    1. It’s usually quick to pay once you have either answered a question or referred someone. Did you get a notification saying that you earned money or made a referral?

    1. Thanks for the comment, but I had to remove your link…since this is actually considered spam. If you’d like to purchase ad space, feel free to shoot me an email and we can work something out.

    1. Good questions!

      First, the referral code can be found by logging into their website at http://1q.com and looking on the left side of your dashboard. There’s a section that says “Make money by referring members and customers to 1Q”. Your referral link can be found in that section.

      As for the “getting more questions” question, 1q recommends setting your payout settings to $0.25 to get more questions…although to be fair, I still don’t get tons of them. Most of my 1q income is based on referrals…however I will get a random question now and then.

      Best advice: push for referrals. It’s definitely better than waiting and hoping for questions to come along.

    1. I am sure. I’ve been working with 1Q for quite a while, and I do still get referrals from them. I am planning to update this post in the near future with updated screenshots of earnings. If it was a scam, this post would be a lot less friendly – you have my word on that.

    1. If you’re sure they’re using your referral, I would contact 1q support. If you are kind of sure, but not 100% positive, you’ll want to check a few things first.

      Are you referring them in person, or through a link?

      1. In that case, I would contact 1q support for sure. One thing that could be happening is that if someone clicks through your link, but then they click on someone else’s link (doing additional research or something), then the commission would go to the person with the latest click. If you’re using a redirect tool or something to track your clicks, you might double check that the correct referral link/code is being used.

        If all of that checks out, try using the contact form here to reach out to the 1q support team. Best of luck, let us know how it turns out!

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