AfriSight Review! Is AfriSight Legit & Does It Pay?

Let me introduce to you AfriSight, a legit and paying premier Africa-focused survey company that really pays members for their views. Unlike other data collection companies that promise and fail to deliver, from experience, AfriSight is real.

This AfriSight review is based on my experience as a user from Nigeria. A few years ago, stumbled upon an AfriSight survey advert on a certain website I had visited. The advert introduced AfriSight as a “premier Africa-focused data collection company with communities all over Africa”. Oh yes, being from Africa, particularly from Nigeria, I was like wow, finally I have found it.

Without searching for reviews and also reading what others had written about this company, off I visited the link, created an account, and answered the welcome survey in hope of getting access to thousands of waiting surveys to be completed. I was wrong, I didn’t find my expectations since everything was different.

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A few days later,  I accessed the afrisight login, entered the site, and still, the “No survey available at this moment” message is what I saw. Weeks later, I started receiving email notifications about the available surveys inclusive of the amount to be paid and I was very happy. On every survey I would receive, I would complete it and wait for a few days for the money to be credited, and indeed, they AfriSight does send the money to my Mobile money, and sometimes as Airtime.

Oh yes, that is why I ended up writing this review so I could share with you all who were wondering whether Afrisight is legit, and also to share how Afrisight works.

As far I as know, the “No survey available at this moment” is common for sites like Swagbucks, paidviewpoint, mobrog, geopoll, surveysavvy and etc why? Those sites are limited to a few African countries thus with little or no surveys of those from such countries. But for AfriSight, surveys are sent to your registered email every time they are available.

How does afrisight works?

Dear AfriSight Member,
We’re conducting a survey and your input would be appreciated. The survey takes approximately 9 minutes and if you successfully complete it, your account will be credited with USD 1.10.
Click the button below to start the survey. Thank you for your participation!

Just like any other survey site, you may have known prior to AfriSight, creating an account, verifying your email address, updating your profile, and accessing available surveys. The same is how exactly AfriSigt works.

Is there an afrisight app?

While there are very many apk for surveys in Google play, when I signed with the “AfriSight” rewards company, I didn’t see anything like an app link like it happens with other rewards programs e.g. paid viewpoint. There seems to be no official app for this premier Africa-focused data collection rewards company.

How to withdraw money from Afrisight?

I have not added any payment processing to my AfriSight survey account. It is not because I didn’t want it, but rather, because there is no such an option. In order to withdraw money, you must first do surveys and earn. Also, you need a payment account added. Therefore, I don’t know how you can withdraw the earned money since I saw no option for it.

How often do you get surveys to complete?

Let me be honest on this. Ever since I joined, I only got one email about shopping. Even though I completed the survey, I didn’t see any payment credited to my account. I think it can take you months to get a survey to complete.

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Is Afrisight legit or Scam?

Yes, they are legit. Still, wondering how does Afrisight pays? Like I said above, I completed the survey which I received via email and I was able to receive a reward in form of Airtime / Talk time which amounted to UGX 5,000/= months later. You can confirm this by looking at the screenshots below.

However, I still see no option to add a payment processor e.g. PayPal, Payoneer, etc which makes me think that just like the Airtime reward I received, maybe that is their way of paying members.

Being from Nigeria, not Uganda, Ghana or etc, my reward was sent to my registered Airtel number on my profile. I will keep searching for anyone who has been paid through other options like PayPal or etc to confirm additional ways. Otherwise, they are legit. For trying, visit their website.

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