Absolutely not. Nigeria Consumer Panel membership is completely free. We welcome your participation in our community forums and global surveys.
People are often selected to take part in a survey on the basis of certain characteristics, such as age, gender, and so forth. It is essential that surveys are representative, i.e. different groups of respondents must be represented proportionally. This is important to ensure that the correct conclusions are drawn from a survey.
Nigeria Consumer Panel reserves the right to terminate an account and/or withhold incentive payments if a member has provided incorrect or false information.
Businesses and government bodies make important decisions based on the survey results we obtain. Your information will be combined with data from other respondents around the world and will only be used for marketing research purposes. By combining your opinions with those of other members in 21 countries, you will be helping companies develop new products and services designed to best meet the needs of consumers.
Nigeria Consumer Panel keeps the surveys as short as possible. An average survey contains twenty questions; answering them usually takes about ten to twenty minutes. Longer surveys will occasionally appear and we do our best to compensate you appropritely if a survey is particularly lengthy. Are you finding that a survey is taking too long to complete? Close down the survey and try again later.
Nigeria Consumer Panel conducts research regarding a wide range of subjects. We may ask for your opinion on different products and services, technology or the Internet, government and politics, leisure time and sports, and so forth.
Nigeria Consumer Panel uses questions with fixed answer options which, when put together for a survey, give an accurate representation of the opinions of the individuals surveyed around the world.
It is essential that you are "on-line" when completing a survey. Each specific screen depends on the previous reply. We will, of course, do our utmost to keep the time needed to fill in the survey as short as possible.
Each member is limited to one Nigeria Consumer Panel account. Nigeria Consumer Panel reserves the right to terminate an account and/or withhold incentive payments if a member has more than one Nigeria Consumer Panel account. More than one person from the same household can register; however, each member must have a separate email address to receive survey invitations.