LEGIT InboxDollars Review: An Original Rewards Site - Scam or Legit?

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Who doesn’t want to get rewarded for shopping online, watching TV, or simply taking surveys? For people wanting to make money online such as yourself, and people with free time in general, that almost sounds like a dream job. Yet this is what InboxDollars offers right off the bat in their home page. To expound on the process, they list down how it works: brands pay them for consumer input, they recruit members like you and me, we do the above-mentioned online activities, then we earn cash!

Sounds simple enough...or is it too simple? As with all things that promise fast cash for no-brainer tasks (or online activities you do on your free time, anyway), it’s time to investigate if InboxDollars is legit or a scam.

First things first - what is it?

Yup, it’s another one in a long line of online rewards websites already in existence. InboxDollars has partnered up with different brands in market research, technology, and retail, and they need members for their valued feedback. They connect targeted members to specific brands, and offer users direct cash rewards for answering surveys or replying to emails, signing up for various offers, and even playing online games.

The site has an impressive timeline, mentioning such merits as the 2016 Technology CEO from the 2016 Titans of Technology awards, and becoming a member of Inc. 5000 as early as 2008.

How long has it been around?

InboxDollars was established back in 2000 by Darren Cotter, who envisioned the entire enterprise as an “online rewards club that pays!” (their actual tagline). In 2012, they expanded their operations into the UK with InboxPounds, and into Canada with DailyRewards in 2014. The website has millions of active users to date, which at least confirms that it’s legit, as far as having a wide user base is concerned.

Does it pay well?

InboxDollars claims “over $57 million” paid to its members so far. It sounds ideal, though there have been user complaints about how little they get paid, and how complicated it is to actually get payouts after tasks are completed. More on this later.

Is registration free?

Yes, it is. There are no registration or sign-up fees whatsoever.

How do I start earning extra income from InboxDollars?

The site offers a $5 sign-up bonus, which I would consider extra income earned right away. There’s also a spin-and-win game you can do in case you get disqualified for a survey, as well as a scratch-and-win progress bar that claims to give out free cash to winners.

In addition, there are tasks which can earn money for more active members. InboxDollars claims to incentivize their more motivated members for even more opportunities to earn - these include simple logging-in, friend referrals, and all the other tasks previously mentioned. They pay outright in cash, with no complicated rewards points systems involved.

How soon do they pay?

...as soon as your account balance reaches $30.

That’s right, you can’t get your money before that, even if you really need it right away. Surveys pay from around 10 cents up to $5 (“earnings vary”, according to the surveys page), but the higher paying ones aren’t readily available all the time, or you might not be qualified for them after all.

So let’s say you can complete a survey in 30 minutes, and it pays you around a dollar. If you devote a couple of hours a day for a full month completing surveys, it’s possible to get a payout immediately because you will have reached $30 by then. If not, you’re going to have to keep at it, or else try their referrals option instead (which are also available on social media sites). However, you only get 10 cents for every dollar that your referrals earn under Qualified Earnings.

You can also earn cash by watching videos, but as of this writing, I’ve refreshed the videos page several times and it still gives me the “sorry, we do not have videos available at this time” message.

The verdict?

InboxDollars is a legit website alright, at least as far as being accredited by the Better Business Bureau is concerned, and judging from all the milestones and awards they’ve received thus far. As with other websites with a similar “loyalty” platform, they promise flexible, performance-based payment for very doable tasks. The tasks are simple enough, but there aren’t a lot that are easily available when you want to do them. And people looking for quick cash don’t exactly have the luxury of sitting back and waiting for a task to suddenly become available for them.

There is also the issue of being disqualified while in the middle of a survey, and finding out you’ve wasted your time trying to finish it. This could be very vexing, and ultimately, not at all rewarding.

The biggest issue I see so far is how big the money actually earned is, and how quickly you can get paid after completing your tasks for InboxDollars. There seem to be more disgruntled users in comparison to those who actually think they can make more money with this platform in the long run. In short, it’s not fast cash for no-brainer tasks. You’re really going to have to prove your loyalty, commitment, and determination before you can get hold of the money you’ve earned.

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Ever tried out InboxDollars to earn a little extra cash? How was your experience - did it make you smile, or did it give you grief? Is it something you will do again or recommend to family and friends? Do tell us all your story and share payment proofs from InboxDollars if you can, so we can learn a thing or two before signing up.

Link: https://www.inboxdollars.com/
iOs: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/inboxdollars-surveys/id1221433007?mt=8
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mentormate.android.inboxdollars&hl=en

 

Sprite1950

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Jun 14, 2018
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We have a similar site in the UK called Inboxpounds but as with most reward sites you have to actually enjoy doing surveys because it's the fastest way to earn. I think most survey sites think that people over a certain age should be put out to grass which would explain the reason I am disqualified so often. :rolleyes: Surveys are my least favourite way to earn.
 
We have a similar site in the UK called Inboxpounds but as with most reward sites you have to actually enjoy doing surveys because it's the fastest way to earn. I think most survey sites think that people over a certain age should be put out to grass which would explain the reason I am disqualified so often. :rolleyes: Surveys are my least favourite way to earn.
that's what i was afraid of coz Id can't qualify for most of em at 57 yrs - seems they only want 20 to 30 yr olds - it only pays pennys anyway takes forever
 
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lisastoi

Padawan
May 9, 2018
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I've been using InboxDollars since they first started. Back then it was only reading emails! It's grown to now many many ways to earn. I enjoy using it to get gift cards. I don't use it regularly so it takes time to earn enough but I see they have ways to get rewards quicker. Surveys are your average survey that you spend 15 minutes doing only to find out you don't qualify but other than that, good site.
 
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When it comes to InboxDollars I can honestly say that it can be one of the easiest survey sites to cash out on. I wanted to prove that to myself one month and as you can see below, I discovered that if I really worked the site I could cash out in a week:
Amount Type Status Date Requested Date Paid
$33.45 Prepaid Visa Completed Nov 11, 2015 Nov 18, 2015
$50.26 Prepaid Visa Completed Nov 07, 2015 Nov 11, 2015
$45.45 Visa Cash Card Completed May 13, 2014 May 21, 2014
$42.53 Check Completed Jan 05, 2013 Mar 01, 2013

Now as you can see it has been awhile since I worked the site. I have been reaching many other site since my experiences with InboxDollars. Their survey site is the one that I learned the most from. I was able to take what I had learned and apply it to the plethora of survey sites on the internet today.

And Always Remember..."Success Begins With A Dream"™ - JD

Respectfully,
James Deo Dawson Sr "JD"
PROUD Member of EarnThatBuck
 
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ahmedo24

Padawan
Jun 26, 2018
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I read about this site and Clixsense at same time in one of money making blogs but despite it earnings opportunities I couldn't joined the site cos it was restricted to majorly US residents, I was only able to access Clixsense
 

SANTACLOWN

Padawan
Jun 7, 2018
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10
5
Philippines
I read about this site and Clixsense at same time in one of money making blogs but despite it earnings opportunities I couldn't joined the site cos it was restricted to majorly US residents, I was only able to access Clixsense
Yes, This Inbox dollars is only for choose countries.

You can use donkeymail or no minimum instead.
 

ahmedo24

Padawan
Jun 26, 2018
14
9
5
Nigeria
Yes, This Inbox dollars is only for choose countries.

You can use donkeymail or no minimum instead.
I have also about donkey mails on beer money forum but didn't bother to check the reviews cos I suspect it to also be sensitive to location like Inbox dollar
 

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Who doesn’t want to get rewarded for shopping online, watching TV, or simply taking surveys? For people wanting to make money online such as yourself, and people with free time in general, that almost sounds like a dream job. Yet this is what InboxDollars offers right off the bat in their home page. To expound on the process, they list down how it works: brands pay them for consumer input, they recruit members like you and me, we do the above-mentioned online activities, then we earn cash!

Sounds simple enough...or is it too simple? As with all things that promise fast cash for no-brainer tasks (or online activities you do on your free time, anyway), it’s time to investigate if InboxDollars is legit or a scam.

First things first - what is it?

Yup, it’s another one in a long line of online rewards websites already in existence. InboxDollars has partnered up with different brands in market research, technology, and retail, and they need members for their valued feedback. They connect targeted members to specific brands, and offer users direct cash rewards for answering surveys or replying to emails, signing up for various offers, and even playing online games.

The site has an impressive timeline, mentioning such merits as the 2016 Technology CEO from the 2016 Titans of Technology awards, and becoming a member of Inc. 5000 as early as 2008.

How long has it been around?

InboxDollars was established back in 2000 by Darren Cotter, who envisioned the entire enterprise as an “online rewards club that pays!” (their actual tagline). In 2012, they expanded their operations into the UK with InboxPounds, and into Canada with DailyRewards in 2014. The website has millions of active users to date, which at least confirms that it’s legit, as far as having a wide user base is concerned.

Does it pay well?

InboxDollars claims “over $57 million” paid to its members so far. It sounds ideal, though there have been user complaints about how little they get paid, and how complicated it is to actually get payouts after tasks are completed. More on this later.

Is registration free?

Yes, it is. There are no registration or sign-up fees whatsoever.

How do I start earning extra income from InboxDollars?

The site offers a $5 sign-up bonus, which I would consider extra income earned right away. There’s also a spin-and-win game you can do in case you get disqualified for a survey, as well as a scratch-and-win progress bar that claims to give out free cash to winners.

In addition, there are tasks which can earn money for more active members. InboxDollars claims to incentivize their more motivated members for even more opportunities to earn - these include simple logging-in, friend referrals, and all the other tasks previously mentioned. They pay outright in cash, with no complicated rewards points systems involved.

How soon do they pay?

...as soon as your account balance reaches $30.

That’s right, you can’t get your money before that, even if you really need it right away. Surveys pay from around 10 cents up to $5 (“earnings vary”, according to the surveys page), but the higher paying ones aren’t readily available all the time, or you might not be qualified for them after all.

So let’s say you can complete a survey in 30 minutes, and it pays you around a dollar. If you devote a couple of hours a day for a full month completing surveys, it’s possible to get a payout immediately because you will have reached $30 by then. If not, you’re going to have to keep at it, or else try their referrals option instead (which are also available on social media sites). However, you only get 10 cents for every dollar that your referrals earn under Qualified Earnings.

You can also earn cash by watching videos, but as of this writing, I’ve refreshed the videos page several times and it still gives me the “sorry, we do not have videos available at this time” message.

The verdict?

InboxDollars is a legit website alright, at least as far as being accredited by the Better Business Bureau is concerned, and judging from all the milestones and awards they’ve received thus far. As with other websites with a similar “loyalty” platform, they promise flexible, performance-based payment for very doable tasks. The tasks are simple enough, but there aren’t a lot that are easily available when you want to do them. And people looking for quick cash don’t exactly have the luxury of sitting back and waiting for a task to suddenly become available for them.

There is also the issue of being disqualified while in the middle of a survey, and finding out you’ve wasted your time trying to finish it. This could be very vexing, and ultimately, not at all rewarding.

The biggest issue I see so far is how big the money actually earned is, and how quickly you can get paid after completing your tasks for InboxDollars. There seem to be more disgruntled users in comparison to those who actually think they can make more money with this platform in the long run. In short, it’s not fast cash for no-brainer tasks. You’re really going to have to prove your loyalty, commitment, and determination before you can get hold of the money you’ve earned.

Your turn!

Ever tried out InboxDollars to earn a little extra cash? How was your experience - did it make you smile, or did it give you grief? Is it something you will do again or recommend to family and friends? Do tell us all your story and share payment proofs from InboxDollars if you can, so we can learn a thing or two before signing up.

Link: https://www.inboxdollars.com/
iOs: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/inboxdollars-surveys/id1221433007?mt=8
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mentormate.android.inboxdollars&hl=en
I've cashed out with inbox dollars about 4 times it takes some time but watching the videos is a real big help I would recommend anyone to try it out it really pays!!!!
 
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ruthmongare

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Jun 6, 2018
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Am very confused with this site since am getting mixed reviews,some say the site is a scam others say the site is legit.I bet in bmf its marked as a scam site if am not wrong.What I'll suggest,if the site is paying you good and well keep on working there.
 

cynthis2

Padawan
May 24, 2018
2
1
2
I love inboxdollars.com. Haven't cashed out since April because I've been working overtime on my job. I earn by watching videos, taking surveys, doing offers and referring others. I usually cashout at least 3 times a year. If I would visit daily I would be able to cash out more frequently. I enjoy taking surveys own site, I could earn rapidly in the past downfall with site at this moment is the scratch and win. I dislike the way you earn money now with the scratch and win, I haven't received an amount higher than .10 cent. Which I would rather earn my earnings the method used in the past. This is also another reason I am not using site as much as I did in the past.
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shesays

Padawan
May 4, 2018
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I joined Inboxdollars in 2014 when I first decided to take surveys to make extra cash at home after retirement. I have found this site to be a consistent source of funds and if you log in daily and take advantage of the different ways to earn points you should be able to reach the $30.00 payout in two months. I recommend you add Inboxdollars to your stable of survey websites.
 

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Bakoto3

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Jul 6, 2018
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Hello my name is Christal I have inbox dollars and have had it for 8 months. I enjoy this easy app everyday especially on my free time it's so easy to use and fun. Not every survey u win but u get to extra spins on the Billy win spin and there's times u win a scratch off or a few dollars to add to your balance. Very very fun. I cashed out last month and enjoyed my 30.00 dollars it didn't take long to receive it either. I would recommend this app to anyone just try it you will Love it. Even if you work full time use that extra time at home using this app . Thanks inbox dollars for this great cash out!
 

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I have been a member of Inbox Dollars since 2014. It is not easy to get to the 30 dollars but when you do, you have to work hard for another 10 dollars to avoid a processing fee.
 
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Who doesn’t want to get rewarded for shopping online, watching TV, or simply taking surveys? For people wanting to make money online such as yourself, and people with free time in general, that almost sounds like a dream job. Yet this is what InboxDollars offers right off the bat in their home page. To expound on the process, they list down how it works: brands pay them for consumer input, they recruit members like you and me, we do the above-mentioned online activities, then we earn cash!

Sounds simple enough...or is it too simple? As with all things that promise fast cash for no-brainer tasks (or online activities you do on your free time, anyway), it’s time to investigate if InboxDollars is legit or a scam.

First things first - what is it?

Yup, it’s another one in a long line of online rewards websites already in existence. InboxDollars has partnered up with different brands in market research, technology, and retail, and they need members for their valued feedback. They connect targeted members to specific brands, and offer users direct cash rewards for answering surveys or replying to emails, signing up for various offers, and even playing online games.

The site has an impressive timeline, mentioning such merits as the 2016 Technology CEO from the 2016 Titans of Technology awards, and becoming a member of Inc. 5000 as early as 2008.

How long has it been around?

InboxDollars was established back in 2000 by Darren Cotter, who envisioned the entire enterprise as an “online rewards club that pays!” (their actual tagline). In 2012, they expanded their operations into the UK with InboxPounds, and into Canada with DailyRewards in 2014. The website has millions of active users to date, which at least confirms that it’s legit, as far as having a wide user base is concerned.

Does it pay well?

InboxDollars claims “over $57 million” paid to its members so far. It sounds ideal, though there have been user complaints about how little they get paid, and how complicated it is to actually get payouts after tasks are completed. More on this later.

Is registration free?

Yes, it is. There are no registration or sign-up fees whatsoever.

How do I start earning extra income from InboxDollars?

The site offers a $5 sign-up bonus, which I would consider extra income earned right away. There’s also a spin-and-win game you can do in case you get disqualified for a survey, as well as a scratch-and-win progress bar that claims to give out free cash to winners.

In addition, there are tasks which can earn money for more active members. InboxDollars claims to incentivize their more motivated members for even more opportunities to earn - these include simple logging-in, friend referrals, and all the other tasks previously mentioned. They pay outright in cash, with no complicated rewards points systems involved.

How soon do they pay?

...as soon as your account balance reaches $30.

That’s right, you can’t get your money before that, even if you really need it right away. Surveys pay from around 10 cents up to $5 (“earnings vary”, according to the surveys page), but the higher paying ones aren’t readily available all the time, or you might not be qualified for them after all.

So let’s say you can complete a survey in 30 minutes, and it pays you around a dollar. If you devote a couple of hours a day for a full month completing surveys, it’s possible to get a payout immediately because you will have reached $30 by then. If not, you’re going to have to keep at it, or else try their referrals option instead (which are also available on social media sites). However, you only get 10 cents for every dollar that your referrals earn under Qualified Earnings.

You can also earn cash by watching videos, but as of this writing, I’ve refreshed the videos page several times and it still gives me the “sorry, we do not have videos available at this time” message.

The verdict?

InboxDollars is a legit website alright, at least as far as being accredited by the Better Business Bureau is concerned, and judging from all the milestones and awards they’ve received thus far. As with other websites with a similar “loyalty” platform, they promise flexible, performance-based payment for very doable tasks. The tasks are simple enough, but there aren’t a lot that are easily available when you want to do them. And people looking for quick cash don’t exactly have the luxury of sitting back and waiting for a task to suddenly become available for them.

There is also the issue of being disqualified while in the middle of a survey, and finding out you’ve wasted your time trying to finish it. This could be very vexing, and ultimately, not at all rewarding.

The biggest issue I see so far is how big the money actually earned is, and how quickly you can get paid after completing your tasks for InboxDollars. There seem to be more disgruntled users in comparison to those who actually think they can make more money with this platform in the long run. In short, it’s not fast cash for no-brainer tasks. You’re really going to have to prove your loyalty, commitment, and determination before you can get hold of the money you’ve earned.

Your turn!

Ever tried out InboxDollars to earn a little extra cash? How was your experience - did it make you smile, or did it give you grief? Is it something you will do again or recommend to family and friends? Do tell us all your story and share payment proofs from InboxDollars if you can, so we can learn a thing or two before signing up.

Link: https://www.inboxdollars.com/
iOs: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/inboxdollars-surveys/id1221433007?mt=8
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mentormate.android.inboxdollars&hl=en
I have been an Inbox user for several months and I love it. Their rewards accumulate quickly and you could never run out of things to do on the site. I particularly getting paid to do searches I would do otherwise. The surveys are great and the TV feature lets you get paid for getting a quick update on the events of the week. There is a LOT f variety and you get paid for everything you do...it is a win win situation. I really enjoy the site and use it almost every day with no problems. I am actually getting ready to go there now to work on some surveys.
 

kinch63

Padawan
Jun 6, 2018
7
9
2
United States
It takes me a while to get enough money to cash out, but I do. I like to watch the videos, answer the learn & earn, and putting in win it codes. I do surveys and answer emails too. Their Facebook site is another way to earn. They have contests and put win it codes there. You sometimes have to take fun where you can get it, but InboxDollars can be fun and earn you a check. This is the mail you get when a check is on it's way!


Your Check is in the mail
Please allow 7-10 days for delivery

Your payment was sent via the US Postal Service. If you have questions about cashing your check, please login and visit the support center.
 
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davkc

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I have been using this platform for some time now, and I have to say I like it. It is a simple way to earn side money just for checking emails, searching the internet, and watching videos. You also can do surveys which is the fastest way to earn money on here. I will continue to use it I even have the app. It gives you new payout options. The more you search the more scratch options you get. Its like a lottery scratch off. So if you are looking for a simple way to earn money with minimal effort, I would give this a try.
 

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I really don't to much care for inboxdollars. One of the main reasons it takes too long to earn $30. I mean I've used almost every survey site there is and gotten paid all kinds of money but not there. I've been a member of there's two times. A long time ago I signed with them and never earned enough to get paid the first time. That was when I was using an emachine. Now you know that's long ago. But if your trying to start off making some coin this is not a site to start.
 

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