InboxDollars- InboxDollars.com Review

InboxDollars- InboxDollars.com Review 2014

You have landed on this page because you are looking for information regarding InboxDollars. You may be wondering is InboxDollars a scam and if it’s even legitimate. In any case, on this page you will find my InboxDollars.com review and what I personally think about the company and opportunity.

What is InboxDollars?

InboxDollars (InboxDollars.com) is a rewards company that compensated consumers for taking online, reading emails, testing new products/services, shop online and even play video games. They work with fortune 500 companies and help them by getting the opinions of the consumers that use the products and relay the information and statistics back to the company.

Is InboxDollars A Legitimate Company?

One of the biggest questions people ask “Is InboxDollars a scam”? InboxDollars.com is certainly a legitimate company and is one of the furthest things away from being a scam. In fact, they are a BBB Accredited business and have been in business for quite some time. And InboxDollars is looked at as one of the more respected survey companies by many consumers.

Can you really make money with InboxDollars?

The answer is yes. There’s been many consumers that’s taken surveys, reviewed products, and shopped online etc and have been paid for their time and efforts.

But here’s the truth about making money with “InboxDollars”…

If you are looking for an opportunity to make money from home and truly earn an extra income, then InboxDollars is not the opportunity.

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InboxDollars.com is more less a hobby. Yes you can make money, but you certainly will not get rich taking surveys, playing games and reviewing products online. InboxDollars pays you $5 for signing up and creating an account, and surveys range from 50 cents up to $50 per survey, depending on what it is.

Most of the surveys that are easy to do and doesn’t require you to purchase a product typically will pay less than $1.00. But the biggest concern amongst consumers is that you have to earn at least $30 before they will pay you. This is common among survey companies, needing to have earned a certain amount before any payout.

So if you are expecting “InboxDollars” as something that’s going to make you a lot of money and fast, and I sorry to say that they won’t. If you love taking surveys, you love shopping online, buying products and playing games, then why not join Inboxdollars.com and take advantage of the compensation just as a hobby?

How To Earn “Real” Money Online

Now most people that pursue working with InboxDollars.com initially pursued them because they truly want a way to make some real money online. Not for just a hobby. And what I mean by “real” money, is enough money to where someone can pay their bills and perhaps make enough to money to replace the income at their job.

There is a way you can earn from $100, and even up to an upwards of $3,000+ per day online.  If you are truly interested in knowing how you can become an internet based entrepreneur and earn a real full time income working in your spare time, click below to learn more…

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This concludes my InboxDollars.com Review. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me or connect with me on Facebook


    20 replies to "InboxDollars- InboxDollars.com Review- Is It Legit??"

    • MelanieGreenshields

      I have been doing survey’s with inbox dollars for 4 mths and i have made some extra cash but not what i thought it’s alot harder to qualify for the survey’s then people realize but none the less it is not a scam

    • jzerba

      Yeah you won’t qualify for a lot of the surveys, but it is a way to make some extra cash. I joined about a year ago and i’ve made over $700 from them.

    • MattCasdorph

      InboxDollars is not a scam, but I dont like such a high cashout rate, considering they like to disqualify you after entering information, makes you think the companies disqualify you at the end but keep the info you already entered thus not having to pay us. That is just theory and I have no proof, I think we should at least get something to attempting the survey, and Im not talking about that stupid wheel that isn’t truly random.

    • MatthewSipe

      Inboxdollars is a scam, they do not like paying the users a dime for all the surveys and spam you collect 
      trust me I used there site for 10 days for evaluation purposes to see if I would really get paid for the time and effort i put into the services.
      the only thing I got was my account terminated during the “payment process” and while waiting for my money I was reading there terms of service and they clearly state they do not promise any payments, In fact they also claim to the advertisers that there members are true and honest while taking the surveys, This is in fact is most not likely true, I would like to see the supreme court subpoena there time recorded surveys
      and show both advertisers and consumer how much of a scam this site is.

    • jzerba

      I’ve never had a issue getting paid from them and I’ve made well over a thousand dollars on the site. In fact they pay quicker than most sites, I rarely have to wait longer than a week to get my check after requesting it.

    • MattCasdorph

      MatthewSipe I’ve cashed out twice since being with them and I’m more than halfway to the cashout threshold again, its not a scam site. Never had any problems with them since I’ve been with them (for over 2 years), granted I might not be as active as some others. Lets be realistic, your not going to get paid within 10 days during an “evaluation” because you have to take surveys and whatnot to earn up to $30 before you can cashout, now you could make the $30 cashout minimum maybe doing the product trials and stuff but I don’t do them, because you have to enter credit card info and stuff, then cancel before the trial ends, I do not do those. But its NOT a scam site.

    • jzerba

      I’ve made enough to cash out in less than 10 days more than once. I cash out at $40 not $30, they charge you $3 when you cash out at $30 but waive the fee if you wait til you get $40. They also give $3 in your account after you cashout which is nice, so IG if you did cash out at $30 you pretty much break even with the $3 bonus. Still I’d rather just wait til I get to $40 and keep the extra $3. I have no idea why he would say its a scam. I’ve had problems not getting credit for a survey or offer before, but once I contacted CS I was given credit everytime, and like I said was paid every time I cashed out, for over $1000 since I joined. I rarely use the site anymore because there are several better sites for surveys, but they are definitely not a scam.

    • CyberAbel

      Hello,i’ve been with inbox dollars for about 2 years now and i got my first check on Nov 5 2014. Proof of my check is here:

    • MattCasdorph

      jzerba Better? I’m always looking for better, Where at?

    • LindaMcBee

      I have been doing Inbox dollars for 2 years now and have gotten one check and fixing to get another!! Yes they are legit!!!

    • LindaMcBee

      MatthewSipe I have never had a problem with getting my money from them!!

    • Debra O Dell

      MatthewSipe I’ve been with them since 2008-2011, left, came back in 2014. You, clearly, did not read everything you needed too. It’s okay, some people just don’t like to read. I agree, it should be MORE simply written.
      I know during the payment process you have to stay active, such as reading the emails, taking survey’s, playing games or your requested “payment” will NOT be cancelled but they won’t send it. That process ensures your continued activity. 
      THEY ARE LEGIT!! YOU WILL NOT MAKE MAJOR CASH! I CHOOSE only to make about $60.00 a year. Hey, that’s a credit card payment. Whoop, whoop!  For doing NOTHING but reading emails.
      According to your message you submitted a request for payment only after a 10 day trial. You must have been busy because you have to have $30 before you can make the request AND they charge a $3.00 fee to process it, so you need $33.00.
      You don’t know me and I don’t care if you believe me as long as I get my $30.00 check, twice a year, I’m going to stay with them. I DO believe their sweepstakes are scams but I believe that about all sweepstakes, lotteries or any drawing. You HAVE to work for it, NOTHING is FREE!
      So, you’re making nothing from them and I’m earning my little ol’ $60.00 a year. Yep, I can live with that.

    • MelindaCarlile

      MatthewSipe While it is a slow and tedious process to complete the surveys and accrue money on Inbox Dollars, it is not really a scam.  They have paid consistently the last three years I have been active on their site.  If I really work at completing surveys and occasionally completing offers that do not require a purchase I average about $20 per month.  If I only use their search engine and read emails it is about half that amount but it is paid consistently.

    • cashforpizza55

      Its a scam.

      And its going to be funny when they use all their fake accounts to reply and tell me it isn’t a scam, but it is.

    • RiapeNotaey

      my first check was 27 and something and right now my goal is to wait until 100 if i can wait because right now i already have 57 and something 🙂

    • ashley30

      MatthewSipe  I never got paid that’s why I think its a scam too

    • KatDietrich

      I started Inboxdollars in August, and while I’m certainly not rich now, I have received two checks for over $40 a piece (and I now have $15 earned on the site). 

      Pro Tip: I noticed that when you get to $30 (the amount they’ll pay out at), Inboxdollars offers to pay the $3 fee they charge you if you agree to wait to request a pay out until you earn $40 (within a month’s time frame). I did it both times and found I made it to $40 easily. 

      I actually wrote a review about this on my website http://leave.today/inboxdollars-com-review/ if anyone is interested in hearing about my tips and tricks. 🙂

    • Debra O Dell

      ashley30 ashley30 Question for you, after you requested payment, did you continue to read emails and/or take surveys? If you did not continue opening emails and/or taking surveys, there in lies your issue. The account must remain active. 
      “Per the terms of membership, your account must remain active to be eligible to receive payment.
      It’s easy to keep your account active! To remain active for payment eligibility, you simply need to stay active on our site and/or continue to confirm PaidEmails®.

      As stated in our Terms of Membership, all member accounts are automatically inspected immediately prior to payment processing.
      If you have not visited your account while logged in or confirmed a PaidEmail® at least once in the 10 days before your payment is scheduled to be processed, your account is set to inactive and your payment request is removed.

      Account Inactivate? You can reactivate your account and request payment again, and your payment will be processed according to the payment schedule posted.”
      I average $60 a year because that’s all I wish to put into the time it requires.
      I don’t know you and you don’t know me therefore I cannot force any belief on you. I can only say, they’re legit! 
      Hope this helps, in some way.

    • Debra O Dell

      ashley30 Question for you, after you requested payment, did you continue to read emails and/or take surveys? If you did not continue opening emails and/or taking surveys, there in lies your issue. The account must remain active. 
      “Per the terms of membership, your account must remain active to be eligible to receive payment.
      It’s easy to keep your account active! To remain active for payment eligibility, you simply need to stay active on our site and/or continue to confirm PaidEmails®.

      As stated in our Terms of Membership, all member accounts are automatically inspected immediately prior to payment processing.
      If you have not visited your account while logged in or confirmed a PaidEmail® at least once in the 10 days before your payment is scheduled to be processed, your account is set to inactive and your payment request is removed.

      Account Inactivate? You can reactivate your account and request payment again, and your payment will be processed according to the payment schedule posted.”
      I average $60 a year because that’s all I wish to put into the time it requires.
      I don’t know you and you don’t know me therefore I cannot force any belief on you. I can only say, they’re legit!
      Hope this helps, in some way.

    • Brenda99

      It takes a long time to earn the $30.00. Most of the surveys, reject me; and Inbox Dollars doesn’t give you any extra cash for trying. Some nights I try about 5 surveys, to no avail. Will probably leave this survey site, once I get my first $30.00

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