In this week’s entry, I’m going to do a review of Inbox Dollars. This site is an interesting one because it pays you to do all sorts of things. If you read an e-mail, you get paid. Get paid to watch videos? Yup, that too! You can make money doing things you already do and all while in your jammies!
So, what are some of the benefits of joining Inbox Dollars? Well, first off you get a $5 bonus just for joining. Talk about an easy bit of money, right?!
- Getting paid to take surveys
- It’s free!
- Getting paid to do free trials
- Earning money for simply reading their emails as I stated before
- Earning money for referring your friends
Downsides of Inbox Dollars
There are some downsides to using Inbox Dollars. They range from taking a lot of time to reach the $30 threshold to having to sign up for paid offers to get paid. I’m not saying these are horrible things, but it makes this particular option tough. The downsides I’ve seen since using Inbox Dollars are:
- It can take a long time to reach the $30 payout threshold
- Paid e-mails are only worth .01 each.
- Paid offers often are trials so you have to make sure you cancel.
- The survey offers are decent but in the end, you may end up with a cluttered inbox which can be very frustrating.
- Once you get started, it can be tough to recruit friends to join you even though there’s a $5 sign up bonus
As you can see, the downsides are there but so are the benefits. It’s all going to depend on how you view the website and what offers you decide to do. Ask yourself how many companies do you want having your e-mail address. That could be a deal breaker. I would even encourage you to set up a dummy e-mail address just for this particular site.
In conclusion, I personally like Inbox Dollars but you are NOT going to get rich off of it. It’s important for me to say that. Just like anything else, it will take time. That’s not to say you cannot make a few bucks and have it go right into your bank account 🙂
Thank you for reading a review of Inbox Dollars! Click my link to get started. Happy earning!
To read my last entry about Work/Life Balance click here