Our Opinion on Leger Opinion: The Site That Pays You to Take Surveys

Today, there are several lucrative online survey panels to give members a little extra financial boost. Nothing wrong with that! However, the concern that most often arises is which paid survey companies are legit and which ones to avoid.

That’s why we’re sharing our thoughts on Leger Opinion (LEO) today. I tested LEO surveys and I can say that it is one of the best sites I have used. It is simple and you can get paid quite quickly. In this article, you will learn everything you need to know about using this panel.

4.3
Hardbacon Score
  • Registration

  • Payment

  • Surveys

At a glance

Leger Opinion offers a user-friendly site and app for taking surveys. You start earning points quickly and are offered a decent choice of rewards.

Create a LEO account

How do I register for Leger Opinion?

Want to become a member? Simply register directly on the LEO website or by downloading the application from the App Store or Google Play. I found the process very simple. Registration takes less than 5 minutes, including entering a verification code sent by text message and activation via email.

What I especially liked was getting 500 points from the start, plus 5 chances to win a prize in contests. The little surveys intended to get to know me better earned me hundreds of points: I was asked to specify my age, my gender, the composition of my household… nothing too complicated!

Message on Leo surveys stating how much I will earn for subscription
Confirmation from LEO of how many points I earned for subscription

Did someone share a referral code with you? If so, click on the referral link or copy and paste the LEO promotion code into the corresponding box to complete your registration.

How to make money with Leger Opinion

On LEO, you can earn money by participating in various competitions and draws, as well as by completing surveys and referring as many people as possible. Surveys are paid according to how long it should take to complete. The only problem is that there are few surveys to be done.

For example, a survey on my health with questions about my diagnosed illnesses and my cannabis use took me less than 2 minutes, for 300 points. Another survey on my employment situation earned 500 points and took 5 minutes. They also increased my chances of winning a competition.

Example of a question from a health survey on LEO about cannabis
Example of survey questions about employment on Leo

Contests

Contests should not be neglected. You cannot control who wins them and when, but the rewards are worth taking a chance. For example, I could win a $250 Simons gift card! To get the same value in surveys, I would need to have around 250,000 points or spend 40 hours taking surveys.

Other features (that don’t pay)

LEO also allows you to rate companies and answer or ask questions to members. I answered a question about my enjoyment of long car journeys (I don’t like it!). I also tested if giving my opinion on a company like Tim Hortons would earn me points (it doesn’t).

The result of my rating of Tim Hortins on Leo, a C rate
Survey from a member on Leo, showing the results once I replied

How do I redeem my reward points?

When you reach the 10,000 point threshold, you can redeem them directly on the platform for things like gift cards, AIR MILES, prepaid cards, Uber and Uber Eats credits, Starbucks and Amazon.ca gift cards, and merchandise.

Rewards for taking Leo surveys

Generally, gift cards are electronic, but you can opt for physical cards. To do so, you will need to place an order to receive them by mail. You can also redeem points for cash and withdrawal them via PayPal.

My opinion on LEO

Leger Opinion is an easy-to-use site that really pays off. I got 1,300 points in less than 10 minutes, the equivalent of $1.30, plus 8 chances to win a contest. It doesn’t replace a salary, but it’s standard for this type of survey site.

FAQs about Leger Opinion

Maude Gauthier is a journalist for Hardbacon. Since completing her Ph.D. in communications at University of Montreal, she has been writing about finance, insurance and credit cards for companies like Fonds FMOQ and Code F. As a responsible user of credit cards, she can spend hours reading the fine print to fully understand their benefits. Because of their simplicity, she developed a preference for cash back cards. After suffering steep increases with her former insurer, she can now proudly say that she saved hundreds of dollars by shopping around for her auto and home insurance. In her free time, she reads novels and enjoys streaming popular shows (and possibly less popular shows, like animal documentaries).