JuryTest

JuryTest reviewJuryTest is one of the sites that pay cash, and really is an interesting online virtual juror panel. In this JuryTest review, I will explain how it works and  share my experience with them.

What is JuryTest?

JuryTest is an online virtual jury panel. You can sign up to serve as juror on future cases, and in return,  you will be paid for your time.

How does JuryTest work?

You first need to register to be a juror. After that, a summons will come in the form of an e-mail, for you to review a lawyer’s case. Once you have reviewed the lawyer’s case, you will give your feedback. You will be paid well for your time. How much depends on the length of the case,

My JuryTest Review

I “served” two cases as virtual juror for JuryTest about 2 years ago. Both cases are real local cases. I listened to the tapes and read the transcripts of the arguments from both sides, and answered a series of questions, giving out my opinions about the cases.

I couldn’t remember the details, but the questions were interesting and you need to give your decisions on cases and your reasons on why. Both cased took about 2 hours, and I got paid about $30 – $40 by PayPal in just a few days. I remember I received an follow up Email from JuryTest asking me to clarify my answers.

Overall, I really enjoyed serving on the case and my experience with JuryTest, and hope to get more opportunities.

I haven’t heard from JuryTest for a while, it seems their website still active.

Hope my JuryTest review is helpful, If you are interested in serving as an online mock juror, check out the JuryTest Website

17 thoughts on “JuryTest

  1. We encourage any and every individual who has done a case with us to be in touch if somehow a payment has been delayed. We make fully explicit that the payment window is 3 weeks, sometimes it is sooner.

    We make every effort to research and determine case participation and resolve payment issues promptly upon notification. You should have the e-mail that invited you to do the case and we will have a record of your participation, upon providing the e-mail with which you are registered with us.

    We would just ask that individuals – rather than assume bad intentions – just be in touch with us to resolve the issue.

  2. i did my first jury test, it was interesting and at the conclusion, i was informed that i would be paid in seven days. the only problem is, they do not pay you and refuse to reply to any emails! clearly a scam by a bunch of crooked lawyers, what she i have expected. i have filed a complaint with the BBB and the ABA

    • Juror was paid and confirmed payment, per e-mail below. We cannot publish his e-mail for privacy reasons. People are informed that payments will be processed within three weeks at the end of the case, not seven days.

      We encourage people to communicate with us if an e-mail address or mailing address or other administrative issue has delayed payment.

      Fri, Jun 2, 2017, 10:24 AM

      Check received today, thank you. Christopher Robinson

      • I have been trying to sign in as a juror, but in the application does not allowed me to type or select from calendar my birth date; therefore I am unable to complete signing in process.
        I need help getting past this and complete application.

      • Hi Filemon – maybe you could contact them directly – they have email address and phone number listed on their site. Good luck!

  3. I finished my first case three weeks ago. It took 2 hours, I got the confirmation that I would be paid, by never was.

    • Thanks for sharing your experience Nia. Hope you contact them regarding payment and keep me updated on this issue. I haven’t heard from them for a while (not sure my membership is still active).

      • I was eventually paid after a few weeks… just took some time and patience. Still believe they’re a reputable company.. have done a few things with them and no issues.

  4. Hi Lee, I think it was like $30 for less than 2 hour work. I remember I spent more time than they said it should – I was interested in the cases and didn’t mind spending more time I guess. 😀 .

  5. “Both cases took about 2 hours…got paid $30-$40.”

    Hi Mei,

    I just signed up as it seems interesting. Did you receive $30-$40 total for 4 hours of work? That’s still good at approx. $10/hr but just wanted to confirm because the site said we are very well paid for our time. It’s good but not that good compared to other online groups or discussions.

  6. I have signed up for this company but haven’t ever received anything to be on a jury panel. But I have worked in a few different areas of the legal field and I don’t know of any attorneys or firms that use something like this. That doesn’t mean that they aren’t out there but I personally have not seen them used.

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