4:57am on March 10th, 2008
It's not my source for income, but it does give me an extra $20 a month. The paid email system is easy but I don't do the cash offers or games where you make money by paying money. If you try to make it your only income, it is a scam but if you just enjoy surveys and look at it as a little extra spending money, then it is a very easy and fun service.
4:36pm on March 7th, 2008
how do i get passed 22 dollars with this stupid shit
debbie crawford springfield,oregon
5:20am on March 7th, 2008
i really have fun filling out the survey forms, but i am getting a little ticked off at the tacticts they use to jip you out of your earnings ! i actually made 20 dollars per survey at our local mall doing this . cash as soon as survey was done so i know you can make money. but inbox will scam you if they think they can ! keep on them !!!!!
Patti Philadelphia Area
10:45am on March 4th, 2008
I have belonged to InboxDollars for a while now and once I realized that the emails were not going to pay my mortgage, I just sat back and read them as they came in. I have earned a little extra pocket cash, nothing to right home about but why not make a few dollars for opening an email.
robert south carolina
1:54pm on February 17th, 2008
i saw an ad on the enternet so i said why not and ive made a good bit of mony since
Marques Johnson Mesa, AZ
12:42pm on February 14th, 2008
i started this with the mind set "here goes another scam" but was in a experimental mood and thought what the heck... in 3 weeks i have made over 50 dollars 53.26 to be exact and i requested my check... this is the one internet money making program that is NOT a scam... the secret is the cash offers and the fine print. I repeat the FINE print. the big money offeres usually require a sign up with credit card and a promotional period as long as you are on top of the cancelation grace period. you can sign up, get paid from inbox and cancel befor the charges hit you... I feel like i'm scamming the people paying inbox but if you can read you can make some money!
12:17pm on February 9th, 2008
I am a 9 time gold member with 396 referals. The pay scale has changed. I signed up for free. I now have made at least 8goldmem*$17=$136.00 that is the value of my gold memberships. Imagine that, I reinvested some of my earnings for gold memberships that gave free referals for life instead of waiting for a $30 check. I paid for 1 gold membership 3 years ago also $17.00. I have recieved over $120.00 in checks so 136+120-17=$239 return on $17.00 out of pocket not bad. Sorry if you missed out on buying the gold memberships with free money, because now gold members recieve 10% of all referals earning even if the referal does not recieve $30.00 in earnings. They no longer offer gold memberships for sale. Also you can request a check every week now (must be at least 30.00). No problem with 396 referals I recieved from my gold membership 9X so far. I recieve about 25-50 new referals a month from inbox dollars that I make 10% of all money earned by all referals. Sorry if you wanted something for nothing when U find it let me know. The company needed member support to become as big as they are. Capital to grow so to say. Thank you inbox dollars, good luck in 2008 and thanks for being a company of standards in this e-world of lies about free free free money. I make about $50-$100 a month and growing. Not bad at all for $17.00 out of pocket, some faith in a new company (back when inbox was new), and a investment mentality, not a what can You give me for nothing outlook.
Sherry san diego
11:31am on February 6th, 2008
I'm at $46 with inboxdollars but I have not spent a dime in return. You CANNOT read emails to get to your desired amount - because I have read 176 emails and only earned $5. The real money is the surveys! Sometimes the surveys are not worth it, their too long and then you think...why am I only doing this for a dollar?! But in the end its not too bad. Just do the surveys, trust me.
Schinndia Simpson Chicago, IL
10:58am on February 1st, 2008
I'm not understanding how this works.And theres no phone number so I can call and talk with someone about it.
PARADICE BRONX, NY
9:51am on February 1st, 2008
i have been on inboxdolars for awhile now, i am still waiting for my first check... i hope for there sake they dont play games with me! so for now i will continue to be patient...
JILL SYDNOR PLANT CITY, FL
8:56am on January 29th, 2008
Trying to get credit for rewards is impossible. I joined Columbia House DVD Club, through InBoxDollars. I paid for and received my DVD's a month ago, and still no credit for my rewards. I have sent several "help tickets" trying to resolve this matter, but they just keep telling me to send this to them and send that. I have sent everything that they have asked for and still no credit. I'M DONE.
Adam North Carolina
10:38pm on January 26th, 2008
It takes forever to make any money at and gets boring.
9:42pm on January 23rd, 2008
Members beware what they do to lure you in by implying “as seen on Good Morning America TV show”That make you think that there a good company WRONG. They ask you to read emails and sign up for different program but what they do when you request a check it take one to two mounts to process the check to then they deactivate your account and make you re reactivate it and will not send you out the check because Your account was inactive. What a scam I cant wait for a class action law suit.
L. G. Michigan
2:33am on January 14th, 2008
I have been with InboxDollars for a few years now. All i can say from my expierience is that they do pay you. I never heard of anyone not being payed. As soon as you reach $30.00 or more you can go into your account and have them send it to you. As to the paid e-mails: I read somewhere that you receive anywhere from ONE to TEN cents each. I gather that one e-mail could be worth THREE cents and another worth FIVE cents. They do have alot of offers that you can save alot of money on, plus your also getting money in your Inbox Dollars account for these same offers. The next time i cash out i will be with them no more because i have better things to do with my time on the net. Bottom line is YOU CAN NOT MAKE A LIVING WITH THIS. There are other free programs out there that you can make some serious money with.
diana misenko unknown
1:44am on January 13th, 2008
i just joined inbox dollars about 3 weeks ago. i have been doing a lot of researching in that time though to figure out how to make the best money. you must check your e-mail every day no it's not much but it is something. also i have found that the way to make the money through any of these survey sites is through referrals. like i said do you research and you will find something that is good for you
2:48pm on January 10th, 2008
I am not so sure about the inbox dollars I have joined about 4 days ago. I have been reading emails and taking surveys and I am up to $8 so I AM GOING TO KEEP GOING.
8:09pm on January 9th, 2008
I had trouble with the payment for reading e-mails also...I thought it was a little too easy to be true...It wasnt worth the virtual ink they use to distribute it!
1:09pm on January 8th, 2008
It is fun at time but I do not bank on it to make me alot of money. Fun to read and learn.
chuck weber minnesota
6:27pm on December 30th, 2007
I joined inbox 2 months ago, You ARE supposed to get paid 5 cents for each Paid email you review.
at 65 emails my paid balance was 2.19 not 3.25
65 times 5 is 325
at 99 emails my balance was 3.19
99 times 5 is 495
now at 109 emails my balance is 3.51 not 4.95
109 times 5 is 545
they are cheats and I have filled a BBB complaint against their parent company
Cotterwood ent 1210 northland drive, Mendota,mn 55120
I suggest all who have a beef with this company make it public with the BBB
mike South Carolina
4:59pm on December 20th, 2007
I read the fine print, tried `em out with a secure email account. I quit the first week, primarily because the surveys (which appeared to be the best way to make quick cash) would invariably "disqualify" me AFTER I provided what felt like the full survey!
I have experience with other paid survey sites, this one felt phony. canceled, blocked emails...
There's plenty of legit surveys out there...