Terms and Conditions Summary


The Executive Advisory Board® is owned and operated by Decision Analyst, Inc. (www.decisionanalyst.com).

This page is a summary of the binding Legal Agreement between you and the Executive Advisory Board®. If you click on the "I Agree" button and/or you use the Executive Advisory Board® website and participate in Research Projects, you agree to all of the Terms and Conditions.

You will receive Points for screeners and surveys. These Points will accumulate in your Member Account. These Points may be redeemed when you have fulfilled all of the terms of this Agreement. Incentives will range from 10 Points (10 cents) up to 1,000 Points ($10.00) or more.

You must maintain a current and correct email address in your Member Account at www.executiveadvisoryboard.com at all times, and you agree that all transactions will be conducted by email or similar electronic communications. If you fail to maintain a current and correct email address or fail to respond to repeated emails, you will lose the Points in your Member Account.

Your privacy, confidentiality, and anonymity are strictly guarded (click here to see details of Privacy Policy).

You agree to answer all survey questions honestly and truthfully to the best of your ability.

You agree to protect the confidentiality of information (such as new products, new ads, new promotions, etc.) that may be revealed to you during a research project.

You must be 18 years of age or older to become a Member of the Executive Advisory Board®. Only one Member per household is permitted.

From time to time, the terms and conditions of this Agreement may be modified. You will be notified of any changes by notice posted on Site.

Click Here To See Full Terms and Conditions

What Our Members Are Saying

B.M. - "Completing my last survey was enjoyable. I take pleasure in participating in surveys as it breaks up my daily routine in the office."

D.H. - "I recently received a check for $50 from the Executive Advisory Board. I very much enjoyed taking part in the survey. I feel as if my opinions are highly valued."