Global Virtual Visa Reward

Global Virtual Visa® cards are a type of reward that can be provided to a respondent when they complete the survey based on a qualifying criteria. To set up Global Virtual Visa® cards as rewards:

  • Login » Surveys » Edit » Rewards
  • Select the Qualifying Criteria.
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  • Select Global Virtual Visa ® :
  • From the Reward drop down in the Select a Reward section, select the Global Virtual Visa® Reward option.
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  • By default, Test Mode will be on. Keep it On for testing. Turn it Off only when you want to start giving gift cards live.
  • Select the gift card from the given values. Available values are $25, $50, $100, $250, $500.
  • Enter the number of gift cards. Additional gift cards can be added later on.
  • Enter your headline, message and image (optional) for the reward page. This is what respondents will see after winning the reward.
  • Set notifications if required.
  • Review and Confirm: A fulfillment fee of 5% will be charged in addition to the selected gift card value and number of cards.
Please read the Terms of Service and Save

What happens when test mode is on?

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When test mode is on, rewards are not fulfilled. This enables you to test the survey without using up your Global Virtual Visa® cards. On the survey, when you fulfill the criteria for winning the reward, the test page for reward will be displayed. Screenshot: Online Survey Help Once you are done with testing. Turn Off the test mode and save. When the reward is fulfilled, Global Virtual Visa® Cards will be given out. Note: Before making the survey live, please remember to delete test responses.

Where can I view the gift card values available for my country?

Click here to view the country-wise classification of the available gift cards.


This feature/tools described here are available with the following license(s) :

Corporate Edition and above- Buy Now - $75/Month

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