Overall Ranking: 4 out 0f 10
Price: free to sign up
Owners: CEO and founder Daren Cotter
Making money with InboxDollar?
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InboxDollars is a survey site that has paid over 32 million dollars to its users since 2005. Of course, their user base may be close to that, so don’t expect a whole lot from them. They provide users with email advertisements, surveys, games, and other features.
This company was started by Daren Cotter in 2000 as a means of offering quality surveys from businesses to users. They work with big name brands such as eBay, Stamps.com, Netflix, Target, H&R Block, Walmart and PCH (Publisher’s Clearing House).
As of this moment, I’m currently dealing with them to get my account activated again, apparently after 6 months of inactivity, they just leave it and now I have to go through hoops just to get it back. So, if my information is a bit outdated, I apologize in advance.
From what I recall about Inboxdollars, it should be called inboxpennies because that’s how much the surveys are. A 20 minutes survey will pay 20 cents, so if you spend 8 hours doing surveys, you will come out with $4.80 cents.
Not a very great work day, though if you love spending your day in surveys then go right ahead. I remember doing surveys, the depression I’d have to overcome when I got to the end of the qualification process only to find out I didn’t qualify. So that 4.80 looked more like 2.80.
- It’s free to sign up
- You get a $5 sign up bonus
- Extra income
- You have to sign up for a lot of stuff
- survey qualification is always a maybe
- Very little money
WHO IT IS FOR
I’m very hard pressed to see who this would benefit except of course the companies that are getting surveys done for the marketing strategies. There are far better survey companies that pay more such as Swagbucks.
They have a supports page that lets you specify what your looking for and if that doesn’t help you can email them at support@Inboxdollars.com
It is free to sign up for. The only thing that you would be paying for is your time, which trusts me, is hard to get back. They don’t offer a refund on time wasted.
If answering questions and filling out surveys is your cup of tea then, by all means, go for it. I warn you, though, do not try to make a living out of it, a few pennies a day doesn’t get the bills paid for.
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