InboxDollars - Legitimate or Scam?

InboxDollars - Legitimate or Scam?

inboxdollars legitimate or scam
This post is about InboxDollars, a popular GPT site which allows just about anybody to earn a decent amount of money by taking up surveys, reading emails, doing tasks, shopping online and playing games.

People often find it difficult to trust these type of sites as there are a number of similar sites scamming users by making them work for hours and eventually not paying the money for completed tasks.

However, InboxDollars looks like a legitimate site that pays on time. Before writing this review, I did a lot of research to check the authenticity of ID and found out users are actually making a good amount (not millions not even thousands for that matter) of money just by reading emails and taking surveys in their extra time. Of course, this isn't enough to prove they are legitimate. So I signed up (which is pretty simple and straight forward). As soon as I confirmed my email address, $5 was credited to my account. I later took 3 surveys which paid me $0.50 for the first and $0.25 each for the remaining two. Believe me or not, I earned $6 in just under 10 minutes including the sign up process.


InboxDollars Pros  

  • All countries accepted.
  • Good customer support
  • $5 signup bonus
  • Good source of part time income.
  • Pays on time.
  • Automatic upgrade to Gold membership for free once you earn $30 and request for a payout.
  • Most of the offers are very easy and hardly take 4-5 mins.
  • Referral earnings.



InboxDollars Gold membership:

- you can request your payout on a weekly basis not monthly.
- Every time a new member joins InboxDollars without any referrals, they are placed in a pool of non-referred members. A Gold membership guarantees some of these members under your belt.
- Gold members have access to exclusive offers, which pay more than regular offers.

Payment proof I found online.
http://forum-ptc-investigation.com/index.php?topic=498.0


Cons:

  • Strict policies
  • Pays by check - and there is a $3 fee to mail the check.
  • Geo Targeted - depending on your locations, you may or may not receive some offers or most of them. US citizens are likely to get more offers compared to other countries.
  • Personal information required.

Conclusion:
InboxDollars does not look like a scam site, but its not a get rich quick method by any means. If you're from US, chances are you will make a decent amount of money in your spare time. Anybody outside of US will waste their time for sure.

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