LEGIT iRazoo Review: Earn At Least $10 Weekly - Legit or Scam?

Kanvi

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According to a recent study by the USC Annenberg, the average American spends 24 hours a week online. That’s one entire day (and night) just browsing through social media feeds, watching silly cat or dog videos, “window” shopping online, answering dumb surveys that determine what your superhero name is (based on the color of your underwear and last meal), and reposting memes.

This is why online rewards sites like iRazoo are suddenly so prevalent. There are so many people spending so much time online - and with so many retail partners needing valuable feedback (and willing to pay for it) from them! People will always need extra cash, and businesses will always need people to drive traffic to their sites. It looks to be a win-win situation for all parties involved - but is it really a legit way to earn money, or is it an outright scam?

First things first - what is it?

Claiming to be “the world’s most popular rewards program”, iRazoo aims to compensate members with cash and free gift cards for doing what they would normally do online for free anyway. Their website has a menu for ways to earn points: by downloading apps, watching videos, completing offers, answering paid surveys, and even playing games. It looks to be available to members worldwide.

How long has it been around?

iRazoo has been around for over a decade now. It’s a small-task website that allows members to choose the kind of online activities they want to do to earn points, which they can then redeem for gift cards from partner retailers like iTunes, Walmart, or Amazon . Points are also convertible to cash via PayPal (which is always good!).

iRazoo also has an Android-based app (linked below the article) for mobile users.

Does it pay well?

According to member feedback, watching a full video or playing a game will earn you a couple of points each. If you keep at it for a full week, you will likely earn just a couple of dollars for your effort. If you want to convert your earnings to cash via PayPal, you will need to earn at least $25 before you can redeem your payment.

One of iRazoo’s home page testimonies proudly proclaims having earned $10 a week even after she’d “cherry picked the best tasks”. The member called it “a great way to make some side money”. Honestly, ten dollars a week is loose change for most of us, and a passive income at best. Then again, one user’s experience isn’t a yardstick for all members.

Is registration free?

Absolutely. You won’t need to pay for anything to join iRazoo. In fact, their website offers 100 points right off the bat if you enter your email address.

How do I start earning extra income from iRazoo?

Just by joining iRazoo, you right away get compensated in the form of 500 points for using a referral code. When friends you refer sign up, you also get between a hundred to 500 points once they’ve reached 1000 points in their account (a great way for the site to ensure that you keep on your friends about keeping their accounts active!)

You can choose from a menu of activities you like doing, such as watching videos, playing games, searching for things online, and answering surveys. You can redeem a free $5 gift card or $5 cash from iRazoo once you’ve racked up 3000 points (their minimum payout) in your account.

What is the best way to earn via iRazoo?

For me, when it comes to online rewards sites, the referral program is always your best bet to earning points and redeeming them for cash or gift cards. It’s money or gift cards earned just by signing up and encouraging others to do so. A special note on iRazoo referrals, though: there seems to be an earning cap for each referral you make and who earns points in turn. This is unfortunate, because I haven’t encountered this yet in other GPT sites, which usually allows you to earn a percentage from your all your referrals’ earnings.

The second-best way to earn is through completing offers. You can sign up for magazine subscriptions, try out new products, and generally choose offers from companies you actually like. These offers usually earn more points compared to other tasks in GPT sites.

Paid surveys do pay you for your time, but the biggest issue with it has always been if you meet their qualifications. There have been many complaints from members who are in the middle or at the tail-end of answering a survey, only to be signed out all of a sudden because they weren’t a good fit for it. In short, time wasted, and absolutely no compensation for all that time and effort.

The verdict?

Judging by the very detailed members’ testimonies (complete with date stamp and headshots) and an actual physical address in Lower Manhattan (complete with a Google map), I would venture to say that iRazoo is a legitimate GPT site. Also, iRazoo offers PayPal cash payments, which is pretty rare among online rewards site as PayPal can be very strict about the kind of transactions they allow.

But being legit doesn’t always mean it’s a great way to make money during your free time, even with all the perks it seemingly offers. All I’m saying is, don’t count on the money you will be making from it to pay your rent or overdue bills, or even as a solution to financial emergencies.

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Your turn!

Ever tried iRazoo? If so, love it or hate it? Tell us all about your experience, and throw in some proofs of payment while you’re at it (because we’re all about legit feedback here)!

Link: https://www.irazoo.com/ (Invite code 9H27QS)
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sidemoneyapps.irazoo_app&hl=en

USE THIS CODE: 9H27QS
Sign Up With iRazoo
 

jipsyjo30

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May 4, 2018
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I have been a member of iRazoo since February of this year. The design of their website is almost identical to GrabPoints . Both have a menu on the left side of the screen with similar tasks and offers. My favorite way to earn on iRazoo is Peanut Labs, Tap Research, internet search, promo codes, and games. I've earned up to 150 points in one day just playing Mahjongg Candy alone. Payment has always come through for me. There was a time when I first started where it took a month to receive my reward. It takes an average of four days to get paid now. I usually opt for a $10.00 Amazon , which arrives via email. I also like their bonus point feature for reaching daily goals. This is easy to accomplish if you spend enough time on it completing various tasks. (i.e. earn 25 points in one day, receive 5/earn 300 points in one day, receive 25).
 

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msmoneybags

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Ive been with Irazoo since 2010 and have been paid many times, the site is easy to navigate, there are plenty of things to do to earn here.

I like the Daily Goal Bonus Bar
Watch Videos
Searches
Promo Codes

But probably my favorite is Playing Games, as you get 1 point per minute you play a game

I do believe they are open to all countries

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SANTACLOWN

Padawan
Jun 7, 2018
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My Opinion about this site is that even if the Ten Dollars is a legit thing to do,

Twenty Five Dollars is way too big for a Paypal payout, That's a beginners Point-Of-View.
 
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Tiada

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Jun 21, 2018
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It's hard to hit such target if you are from the tier 3 countries. I am working on it, but just aiming for USD5 per month, but USD5 redeemption only for Amazon gift card, I prefer Paypal cash, so have to accumulate till USD20 ( 12,000 points), it could take up about 6 months to 1 year. :p
 

Sprite1950

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Jun 14, 2018
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I joined this site around the same time as I joined Grabpoints but felt it was a less profitable version of it. For me to stay with a site there has to be something special about it and I didn't feel that this had the wow factor. I agree with the above poster that $25 is too high for a cash out.
 
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Tiada

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It might work for the tier 1 country and USA users, but not us, I suppose. I joined both Grabpoints and Irazoo at the same time too, but Grabpoints didn't work anymore without giving away free promo codes as previous although both provide similar tasks/offers just like other GPTs.
 

jipsyjo30

Rookie Wordsmith
May 4, 2018
143
168
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Northern Virginia
I joined this site around the same time as I joined Grabpoints but felt it was a less profitable version of it. For me to stay with a site there has to be something special about it and I didn't feel that this had the wow factor. I agree with the above poster that $25 is too high for a cash out.
I'm in the U.S. so I may have a different experience but I agree, iRazoo is somewhat less profitable. There is trade off between the two. For instance, I've noticed some pros and cons on each site:

iRazoo pros: you only need 3,000 points to cash out for a reward worth $5.00
2 points per minute earned playing games
Promo codes are generally worth more than GrabPoints (I've earned some worth 60 points)

iRazoo cons: Minimum $20 to cash out PayPal (12,000 points)
only 5 points for each disqualification on Peanut Labs
Can take anywhere between a week and a month to receive rewards

GrabPoints pros: only $5 minimum for PayPal (5,500 points)
10 points for each disqualification on Peanut Labs
Rewards arrive within 24 hours

GrabPoints cons: only 1 point per minute earned playing games
3,300 points only gets you a $3.00 reward (Amazon)
 

Iroh_Spirit

Padawan
May 24, 2018
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I have not tried the site out yet. I may try the site tonight and see how well it works out for me.
 

Sprite1950

Rookie Wordsmith
Jun 14, 2018
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I'm in the U.S. so I may have a different experience but I agree, iRazoo is somewhat less profitable. There is trade off between the two. For instance, I've noticed some pros and cons on each site:

iRazoo pros: you only need 3,000 points to cash out for a reward worth $5.00
2 points per minute earned playing games
Promo codes are generally worth more than GrabPoints (I've earned some worth 60 points)

iRazoo cons: Minimum $20 to cash out PayPal (12,000 points)
only 5 points for each disqualification on Peanut Labs
Can take anywhere between a week and a month to receive rewards

GrabPoints pros: only $5 minimum for PayPal (5,500 points)
10 points for each disqualification on Peanut Labs
Rewards arrive within 24 hours

GrabPoints cons: only 1 point per minute earned playing games
3,300 points only gets you a $3.00 reward (Amazon)

I must admit I haven't been there for a long time but as you have given such a positive review I might try it again as it may have changed in the time I've been gone. It is possible that the opportunities are greater in the US but there's no harm in taking another look. :)
 
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Tiada

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Jun 21, 2018
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My opinion on GB and Irazoo as below:
Grabpoints: the promo codes doesn't work for our country users anymore since last year.

Irazoo: Daily promo codes work with completed one task, worth 15 points or USD0.025 and Weekly promo code, 60 points worth USD0.10

I am working on Irazoo rather than Grabpoints nowadays.
 

Dora

Padawan
Jun 1, 2018
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Malaysia
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According to a recent study by the USC Annenberg, the average American spends 24 hours a week online. That’s one entire day (and night) just browsing through social media feeds, watching silly cat or dog videos, “window” shopping online, answering dumb surveys that determine what your superhero name is (based on the color of your underwear and last meal), and reposting memes.

This is why online rewards sites like iRazoo are suddenly so prevalent. There are so many people spending so much time online - and with so many retail partners needing valuable feedback (and willing to pay for it) from them! People will always need extra cash, and businesses will always need people to drive traffic to their sites. It looks to be a win-win situation for all parties involved - but is it really a legit way to earn money, or is it an outright scam?

First things first - what is it?

Claiming to be “the world’s most popular rewards program”, iRazoo aims to compensate members with cash and free gift cards for doing what they would normally do online for free anyway. Their website has a menu for ways to earn points: by downloading apps, watching videos, completing offers, answering paid surveys, and even playing games. It looks to be available to members worldwide.

How long has it been around?

iRazoo has been around for over a decade now. It’s a small-task website that allows members to choose the kind of online activities they want to do to earn points, which they can then redeem for gift cards from partner retailers like iTunes, Walmart, or Amazon. Points are also convertible to cash via PayPal (which is always good!).

iRazoo also has an Android-based app (linked below the article) for mobile users.

Does it pay well?

According to member feedback, watching a full video or playing a game will earn you a couple of points each. If you keep at it for a full week, you will likely earn just a couple of dollars for your effort. If you want to convert your earnings to cash via PayPal, you will need to earn at least $25 before you can redeem your payment.

One of iRazoo’s home page testimonies proudly proclaims having earned $10 a week even after she’d “cherry picked the best tasks”. The member called it “a great way to make some side money”. Honestly, ten dollars a week is loose change for most of us, and a passive income at best. Then again, one user’s experience isn’t a yardstick for all members.

Is registration free?

Absolutely. You won’t need to pay for anything to join iRazoo. In fact, their website offers 100 points right off the bat if you enter your email address.

How do I start earning extra income from iRazoo?

Just by joining iRazoo, you right away get compensated in the form of 500 points for using a referral code. When friends you refer sign up, you also get between a hundred to 500 points once they’ve reached 1000 points in their account (a great way for the site to ensure that you keep on your friends about keeping their accounts active!)

You can choose from a menu of activities you like doing, such as watching videos, playing games, searching for things online, and answering surveys. You can redeem a free $5 gift card or $5 cash from iRazoo once you’ve racked up 3000 points (their minimum payout) in your account.

What is the best way to earn via iRazoo?

For me, when it comes to online rewards sites, the referral program is always your best bet to earning points and redeeming them for cash or gift cards. It’s money or gift cards earned just by signing up and encouraging others to do so. A special note on iRazoo referrals, though: there seems to be an earning cap for each referral you make and who earns points in turn. This is unfortunate, because I haven’t encountered this yet in other GPT sites, which usually allows you to earn a percentage from your all your referrals’ earnings.

The second-best way to earn is through completing offers. You can sign up for magazine subscriptions, try out new products, and generally choose offers from companies you actually like. These offers usually earn more points compared to other tasks in GPT sites.

Paid surveys do pay you for your time, but the biggest issue with it has always been if you meet their qualifications. There have been many complaints from members who are in the middle or at the tail-end of answering a survey, only to be signed out all of a sudden because they weren’t a good fit for it. In short, time wasted, and absolutely no compensation for all that time and effort.

The verdict?

Judging by the very detailed members’ testimonies (complete with date stamp and headshots) and an actual physical address in Lower Manhattan (complete with a Google map), I would venture to say that iRazoo is a legitimate GPT site. Also, iRazoo offers PayPal cash payments, which is pretty rare among online rewards site as PayPal can be very strict about the kind of transactions they allow.

But being legit doesn’t always mean it’s a great way to make money during your free time, even with all the perks it seemingly offers. All I’m saying is, don’t count on the money you will be making from it to pay your rent or overdue bills, or even as a solution to financial emergencies.

Your turn!

Ever tried iRazoo? If so, love it or hate it? Tell us all about your experience, and throw in some proofs of payment while you’re at it (because we’re all about legit feedback here)!

Link: https://www.irazoo.com/ (Invite code 9H27QS)
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sidemoneyapps.irazoo_app&hl=en

Thank you for the review! I might want to give it a try.
 

skalentoman7

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May 22, 2018
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According to a recent study by the USC Annenberg, the average American spends 24 hours a week online. That’s one entire day (and night) just browsing through social media feeds, watching silly cat or dog videos, “window” shopping online, answering dumb surveys that determine what your superhero name is (based on the color of your underwear and last meal), and reposting memes.

This is why online rewards sites like iRazoo are suddenly so prevalent. There are so many people spending so much time online - and with so many retail partners needing valuable feedback (and willing to pay for it) from them! People will always need extra cash, and businesses will always need people to drive traffic to their sites. It looks to be a win-win situation for all parties involved - but is it really a legit way to earn money, or is it an outright scam?

First things first - what is it?

Claiming to be “the world’s most popular rewards program”, iRazoo aims to compensate members with cash and free gift cards for doing what they would normally do online for free anyway. Their website has a menu for ways to earn points: by downloading apps, watching videos, completing offers, answering paid surveys, and even playing games. It looks to be available to members worldwide.

How long has it been around?

iRazoo has been around for over a decade now. It’s a small-task website that allows members to choose the kind of online activities they want to do to earn points, which they can then redeem for gift cards from partner retailers like iTunes, Walmart, or Amazon. Points are also convertible to cash via PayPal (which is always good!).

iRazoo also has an Android-based app (linked below the article) for mobile users.

Does it pay well?

According to member feedback, watching a full video or playing a game will earn you a couple of points each. If you keep at it for a full week, you will likely earn just a couple of dollars for your effort. If you want to convert your earnings to cash via PayPal, you will need to earn at least $25 before you can redeem your payment.

One of iRazoo’s home page testimonies proudly proclaims having earned $10 a week even after she’d “cherry picked the best tasks”. The member called it “a great way to make some side money”. Honestly, ten dollars a week is loose change for most of us, and a passive income at best. Then again, one user’s experience isn’t a yardstick for all members.

Is registration free?

Absolutely. You won’t need to pay for anything to join iRazoo. In fact, their website offers 100 points right off the bat if you enter your email address.

How do I start earning extra income from iRazoo?

Just by joining iRazoo, you right away get compensated in the form of 500 points for using a referral code. When friends you refer sign up, you also get between a hundred to 500 points once they’ve reached 1000 points in their account (a great way for the site to ensure that you keep on your friends about keeping their accounts active!)

You can choose from a menu of activities you like doing, such as watching videos, playing games, searching for things online, and answering surveys. You can redeem a free $5 gift card or $5 cash from iRazoo once you’ve racked up 3000 points (their minimum payout) in your account.

What is the best way to earn via iRazoo?

For me, when it comes to online rewards sites, the referral program is always your best bet to earning points and redeeming them for cash or gift cards. It’s money or gift cards earned just by signing up and encouraging others to do so. A special note on iRazoo referrals, though: there seems to be an earning cap for each referral you make and who earns points in turn. This is unfortunate, because I haven’t encountered this yet in other GPT sites, which usually allows you to earn a percentage from your all your referrals’ earnings.

The second-best way to earn is through completing offers. You can sign up for magazine subscriptions, try out new products, and generally choose offers from companies you actually like. These offers usually earn more points compared to other tasks in GPT sites.

Paid surveys do pay you for your time, but the biggest issue with it has always been if you meet their qualifications. There have been many complaints from members who are in the middle or at the tail-end of answering a survey, only to be signed out all of a sudden because they weren’t a good fit for it. In short, time wasted, and absolutely no compensation for all that time and effort.

The verdict?

Judging by the very detailed members’ testimonies (complete with date stamp and headshots) and an actual physical address in Lower Manhattan (complete with a Google map), I would venture to say that iRazoo is a legitimate GPT site. Also, iRazoo offers PayPal cash payments, which is pretty rare among online rewards site as PayPal can be very strict about the kind of transactions they allow.

But being legit doesn’t always mean it’s a great way to make money during your free time, even with all the perks it seemingly offers. All I’m saying is, don’t count on the money you will be making from it to pay your rent or overdue bills, or even as a solution to financial emergencies.

Your turn!

Ever tried iRazoo? If so, love it or hate it? Tell us all about your experience, and throw in some proofs of payment while you’re at it (because we’re all about legit feedback here)!

Link: https://www.irazoo.com/ (Invite code 9H27QS)
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sidemoneyapps.irazoo_app&hl=en
Hi Kanvi nice:cool:(y) article, but there are 2 other fun ways you can make some money. It's not much but it HELPS:D.

One way is doing random searches, I think it’s 4 searches per day but I have only gotten 2 max per day. I have won from 1 to 32 points.
irazzo search win.png

Second way is by Promo Codes or Treasure Codes. These codes appear in special days like holidays or some special promos from the irazoo website. But you can find these codes on the fallowing link
https://sc-s.com/category/irazoo-codes/ and one last thing….in order to redeem this code you need to complete any task on the page or offer to be able to redeem the code. You can get from 15 to 60 points.

Have a happy day and have some emoticon Coffee:D:coffee::coffee:
Here’s my invite code for irazoo FPV8NS for anybody who likes this God Bless.
 

Sprite1950

Rookie Wordsmith
Jun 14, 2018
196
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I'm very impressed with this site. I seem to remember that when I joined back in 2016 there was little to do but yesterday, on the recommendation of @jipsyjo30 , I took another look and managed to rack up 500 points. I did a couple of quick surveys, played Radio Loyalty, put up a profile pic and completed the daily goal. I love the fact it has Radio Loyalty and it pays out far more than other sites that run it, 4 points for 10 mins worth of listening, perfect for when I am tired and relaxing in bed.
 

Tiada

Padawan
Jun 21, 2018
36
31
5
Unfortunately, Radio Loyalty doesn't work for me, if not, I will put it at the background and make some little money. The Search and Earn is work for me, it could make from zero up to 25 points if not mistaken per search.
I can make few to 20 points daily. Not bad!
 

jipsyjo30

Rookie Wordsmith
May 4, 2018
143
168
30
Northern Virginia
I'm very impressed with this site. I seem to remember that when I joined back in 2016 there was little to do but yesterday, on the recommendation of @jipsyjo30 , I took another look and managed to rack up 500 points. I did a couple of quick surveys, played Radio Loyalty, put up a profile pic and completed the daily goal. I love the fact it has Radio Loyalty and it pays out far more than other sites that run it, 4 points for 10 mins worth of listening, perfect for when I am tired and relaxing in bed.
Glad it's working to your advantage now! I had the same experience with Grab Points. I didn't like it when I first signed up but gave it a second chance and discovered new ways to earn. It just took a little more effort on my part to navigate the site and find out what works for me ;)
 
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Jun 8, 2018
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For someone like me who prefers to cash out with PayPal and cold hard cash, I'm not sure I would want ti sign up for this site. I have several sites I can go to and get gift cards, but I prefer the GPT sites that let me cash out with PayPal - and there are a few. $20 - $25 dollars is pretty standard for most sites PayPal cash out, though.
 

Tiada

Padawan
Jun 21, 2018
36
31
5
Irazoo requires $20 for cash out via Paypal cash, and $5 for 3,000 points for gift card. Most of the GPT sites have increased this cash out Paypal threshold from previous $5 to $20 which is 4 X, thus it could take us who staying in tier -3 countries zone up 9 months to 1 year for hit cash out once. But, never give up! :p
 
Jun 8, 2018
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21
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Pri
Irazoo requires $20 for cash out via Paypal cash, and $5 for 3,000 points for gift card. Most of the GPT sites have increased this cash out Paypal threshold from previous $5 to $20 which is 4 X, thus it could take us who staying in tier -3 countries zone up 9 months to 1 year for hit cash out once. But, never give up! :p
Prize Rebel lets you cash out starting at $5 - which is only 500 points. After you have made the $5 you even have the option to make a custom PayPal cash out - so if you have 671 points you can chose a PayPal custom cash out for $6.71.

I don't know of any other GPT sites that let you do that - at least not at this point.