Is Fusion Cash ( A Scam?

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On August 27, 2007
Last modified:October 16, 2012


It's no surprise that Fusion Cash has come under scrutiny by work at home seekers. There seems to be a continuous pattern that emerges when a company becomes popular. People flock to the program, sign up and get started. But then something funny happens, some don't do as well with the given program as others and next thing you know it's being called a scam! I've also noticed that a company is called a scam if it has some flaws or people don't agree with given policies. Last I checked no company or person is perfect. Do we run around calling them scams? So you have to take these scam claims with a grain of salt especially when they're directed at legitimate companies that have a proven record of paying people. 

The internet makes it very easy to label anything a scam so keep that in mind. With that said, let's get into this Fusion Cash review to see if some of the good and bad claims are merited. 


How Fusion Cash Works is a get paid to try offer (GPT )site. In a nut shell advertisers pay sites like FC to get people to sign up for their products or services also known as offers. In turn FC shares with you the advertiser money they earn for referring you to these offers. It's a win win for everyone. Instead of spending millions of dollars on commercials or other form of advertising that people usually ignore, they get a captive audience that is more inclined to their products because they're getting paid to use them. You as a consumer get to try products you probably already had an interest in but now have a financial incentive for doing so. Personally I think it's a genius for both parties. 


So let's discuss some of these offers. You earn money for completing various styles of offers. They basically boil down to free offers & risk free trial offers.


Freebies –  These offers are pretty straightforward and what most newbies start with. All they tend to require is that you enter your e-mail address, home address and/or full name. Now depending on what type of person you are, you might be getting some hair brain idea of submitting false information on tons of these freebie offers to increase you pay. Shame on you. lol Well it's not going to happen captain.  The GPT sites like Fusion Cash only get paid if the information is valid. This is why they make you wait at least 30 days to cash out your money to prevent shady people from gaming the system. If the advertisers come back and tell them the information was crap, guess what? You don't get paid. So it's in your best interest to play by the rules with these freebie offers or any of them for that matter. Sites like FusionCash have mechanisms in place to fight this fraud.  


In any event most freebie offers tend to be short and sweet. They tend to be surveys, newsletters, signing up as a member for a new site, etc. Either way the good thing about them is they are quick to do because it's usually a one page registration form that you need to fill. Now there is a flip side to this type of offer. Since the barrier is so low you don't really get paid that much from them. You can expect anywhere from $0.05 – $5.00 per completed offer. But doing many of them will add up like any multiple stream of income.  By the way, the reason advertisers are willing to pay you for filling out these freebie information forms, is that it's a great way for them to get new direct members to their website! It's also a way to build up their list so they can contact you about their related products, services, etc. This is why they will only pay for valid information.  At the end of the day, freebies tend to be the easiest way for newbies to make money with GPT sites like fusion cash. Since they don't require credit card information, most people feel very comfortable doing them. So initially these are the type of offers I suggest newbies start with.


"Risk Free" Trial Offers – These offers tend to be the most profitable way to make money in the GPT industry. But they also are the cause of a lot of the scam complaints against sites like Fusion Cash and the GPT industry. But we'll address that later in the review. Let's discuss what trial offers are and why you want to work your way up to them after you've had your fill of freebie offers.  Have you ever seen the Netflix offers on TV or the web where you're allowed to try Netflix for free for 30 days? Well after the 30 days are up, they will charge your credit card to stay a member if you don't cancel. Well that's pretty much what trial offers are. The great thing about them is that you actually get paid for trying cool products. But in order to get paid you need to be willing to submit your credit card to the advertiser. This may make some people feel very uncomfortable. But to help ease you through that you're often paid a hefty commission for doing trial offers. Your pay per offer may range from $5 – $100+ just for doing one offer! For those pressed for time or want to make big money faster, this may be more appealing than doing a 100 freebie offers that pay .50 cents each.  

However you need to be very organized with these offers in terms of knowing how and when to cancel if you decide this product isn't for you. Reading the terms and conditions at the bottom of the advertisers pages and sticking with legitimate companies is vital to your success here. Otherwise you may end up losing more than what you earned if you fail to cancel at the right time assuming you ended up not liking the product or service. This brings me to my next point. Please keep in mind the advertisers sincerely want you to give their product or service a fair evaluation. That's why you're being paid! So don't think of just signing up for a trial offer today and canceling it tomorrow or even after a couple of hours. This type of action can get you banned or not paid for the offer. In general you should really give the offer a fair amount of time. I tend to base my evaluation period on the amount of time the advertisers gives me to try the offer. If they give me 30 days, I'll evaluate the product for at least half that time to see if I like it. If I do, then I won't cancel. If I don't I'll cancel it. But canceling it 15 days later won't be viewed as me gaming the system and I'll still get paid by a company like Fusion Cash. So you have to use your best judgement with trial offers. Try to stick with offers you actually really have an interest in and give it a fair amount of time to evaluate. 


I've also created a video about how this all works below. It includes some great tips to help you succeed with sites like Fusion Cash. So be sure to watch it as well.


That's pretty much the type of offers you'll be doing. Most offers fall under those categories. Many GPT sites label them differently but at the end of the day what's described above are the type offers you'll be doing in one shape or form. The great thing is you decide the type you're willing to do. I started with free offers and worked my way up to trial offers. I tend to do a combination of both to make some decent money. 

However if this doesn't appeal to you at all you can still make money with Fusion Cash with just taking surveys. Learn how by clicking here.


Does it work?

Hell yea. Here's a screenshot of my own payment for you naysayers. I've actually been paid several times by fusion cash for completing offers before I decided to move on to their publisher program. So I know it does work.


How Much Money Can I make?

As I mentioned above your pay per offer will depend on the type of offer you do. But it can range anywhere from $.05 – $100+. This is one of those opportunities where you can control what you make!


How & When Do I Get Paid?

Fusion Cash currently offer payments through: PayPal (US & CA), Direct Deposit (US Only), and Check (US Only). No matter which method you choose, there are no fees or costs.

Like most non-traditional make money opportunity there is a threshold or cash out amount you need to reach to receive your money. The minimum balance for cashing out is $25. At least $15 of your balance must come from completed offers. distributes payment on or before the 20th of the month after you cashout. That is, if you cashout any time this month (For example November), your payment will be disbursed on or around the 20th of the following month (For example December). You must allow 1-5 business days for electronic payment methods to post, and 2-10 business days for check delivery via USPS First Class Mail.



I think I was pretty detailed in this review. But even I can't cover it all. So I'm sure you probably have more questions. As always, the best people to ask questions about a given opportunity are the folks that own the site. So visit their FAQs page here.



Free - In an industry where making you pay to earn money is a norm. Fusion Cash is a totally free opportunity to join and make money with. You're not required to do trial offers to make money. You can totally stick to the free offers if you want.


Pays - The most important thing about any work at home opportunity besides being legitimate is that they actually pay. You'll find a lot of folks out there recommending opportunities just so they can make their money. But the question is have they made money with said opportunity themselves? If so where's the proof. As I've said, I have personally worked with fusion cash for several months now and I can attest they pay as shown by my screenshot of my own payment .


External Validation - Let's face it, People can be paid to say good things about a company or create fake screenshots. Although I'm an affiliate of fusion cash and have helped thousands of job seekers avoid scams and been interviewed by various new agencies,  that may be worth as much as a squirrel fart too you if you don't know me. Fair enough.  But apparently the Better Business Bureau (BBB) agrees and has given them an A+ rating at the time of this review. So thats something to consider for you folks that put a lot of weight on the BBB's opinion. 


Multiple Streams of Income – Aside from doing offers, has tons of other ways to make money for free which include, reading email ads, clicking on links, participating in forums, contests, downloading ring tones, doing mturk like tasks, watching videos. If you're a member you can see some of these opportunities here:

So no matter what your disposition is, you should find a way to make money on this site. How much you make really all depends on how open minded you are to try different opportunities. 


The Complaints!

Okay now that we got all the sweet stuff out of the way, let's talk about the bad. Every opportunity has negative points. It doesn't mean it's a scam! It's just things that you should be aware of so you can either avoid the same issues or avoid the opportunity all together if any of the cons concern you. Either way knowing them helps you make an informed decision. So let's get into them.


Limited Availability - Unfortunately this opportunity is only available to people in the US. & Canada. So if you're not in any of these two countries, you're pretty much screwed out of a great opportunity to make some money. Unfortunately that's how many of these opportunities are. Speaking to some of the owner of these sites, the biggest reasons seem to be fraud and administrative. It's unfortunate but that's just the way it is. But don't fret, my international folks are encouraged to visit my international page for options in your area. See Eddy still got love for ya'll too.

Attention to Detail Required - All GPT sites including Fusion Cash requires some organization on your part to keep track of all those offers you'll be doing. Or as I mentioned above you can end up losing money on trial offers. So you need to read the fine print on these offers to avoid some nasty surprises. Write down your offers in a calendar or piece of paper. Detail information like customer service telephone numbers, email address and dates you signed up for offers and when they expire. Contact information is usually in the fine print so that's another reason why it's so important to read it. I like contacting these advertisers customer service department before I do an offer just to see if someone responds quickly. You don't have to get into why you're contacting them. You're just testing their responsiveness. 

Limited Offer Choices – One of the ways to avoid bad experiences with trial offers is to work with well known or legitimate companies. Unfortunately they aren't always available in large numbers because some advertisers view leads or sales form GPT (Get Paid To…) sites as poor quality so they wont accept traffic from sites like Fusion Cash. So sometimes you're left with less scrupulous advertisers to choose from when doing offers. With that said Fusion Cash does try to get rid of offers like this. But they're basically at the mercy of putting whatever offers are available to GPT sites. It probably explains why they try to give you various other ways to earn money with their site. 

Spam – Let's face it when you do offers, these advertisers are collecting your information in the hopes of eventually convincing you to take action on something they're selling. So you may get bombarded with a lot of email or spam depending on your view. I found it's easy to get around this and still play by the rules. I just set up a separate valid email address with gmail or some other free email provider that is set up just for doing offers. If they need me to click on a link to confirm I'm a real person, I just log into this separate valid account and do as instructed. Now if they want to bombard that address, it's fine with me. Because it's not my everyday personal email address. Everyone still wins. So thats how you handle that. 

Technical Issues - A lot of time people complain they haven't been credited for doing an offer, their account was frozen, etc. Here's what tends to happen in most of these cases. People's browsers or machine are sent up properly where cookies are enabled. Or they may have some anti-virus or spyware software that affects tracking. In some cases people just have out of date machines that also put a wrench in the tracking. When this happens a GPT site like Fusion Cash can't confirm you've actually done the offer so they can't pay you. It sucks but unfortunately that's the way it is. Before doing offers you better be sure all your systems are in order. I say start off with some free offers first. It will be a great way to test if your computer is up to snuff. If you see you don't get credit for an offer then you know something is probably wrong with your set up and needs to be fix. But at least you won't lose out too much by doing a free offer. You might want to contact fusion cash directly to better determine if your computer is up to snuff before doing offers or if you run into an issue. 

In terms of being banned, READ their terms of service carefully before hand and make sure you don't violate any of their rules. Don't try to game the system. Keep in mind what I said about trial offers above. When in doubt always ask before you act. That tends to avoid a lot of issues. However keep in mind most Terms of Service on any site is designed to protect the site owner and NOT you. So don't be surprised if you find a couple of things you don't like. If you ever read the terms of services and conditions on your mortgage, software downloads, bank agreements, etc, they all operate that way. If you don't like it, don't sign up for this company or for that matter a lot of stuff you need in life. lol 

Now with all that said are there times where people didn't do anything wrong and they still ended up on the crappy end of the stick. I would dare to say yes. Unfortunately I don't know anyone that has a perfect system where everyone is happy. It's just part of life. What you want to do with opportunities is look for patterns when most of the experiences are consistently good. A few negative stragglers here and there will come with the territory and shouldn't disuade you from giving an opportunity a shot especially if it's free. 



Ultimately despite some of the cons which are actually common for the GPT industry, I don't think Fusion Cash is a scam. Again I think a lot of the complaints are from people that don't understand how get paid to try offers work. I'm confident if more people had read a review like this which explained the ins and outs and how to avoid the downfalls, they would be singing a different song. At the same time this opportunity may not be one's cup of tea and that's fine. Like I said earlier they provide you with other ways to make money like taking surveys. But even that may not appeal to you.

It's that very reason we provide other options like traditional work at home jobs and other non-traditional make money opportunities. You have to pick the options that work best for your needs. But in my opinion, if you're smart you'll take a multiple streams of income approach and give everything a bit of a try. Then narrow down what makes you the most of your money. 

At the end of the day Fusion Cash has my vote and I encourage you to join if what you've read makes "cents" for your situation. It's free and you don't really have much to lose with it if you follow the advice provided in this review. If not, then just move on to any opportunity that makes better "cents" to you. Just take action on something rather than waiting around and hoping for something to fall in your lap. That's the only way to succeed in this industry. Good luck either way.  


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  • Earn Free Cash Online

    I agree. Fusion Cash is a good site and it’s free so there’s nothing to lose.

  • Truth

    The above article was written by the developers of Don’t believe what it says. It a scam, no money to be made.

  • eddysalomon

    Everyone’s entitled to their opinion. But making up stuff is going a bit too far. I’m not a developer and I don’t own or run I think anyone that has read my blog posts and reviews long enough know I give my honest assessments of an opportunity based on my own experience, Whether good or bad.

    Sounds to me like you didn’t have a good experience with FusionCash and that’s expected with any company. I can have a great experience at BestBuy and someone doesn’t and it doesn’t mean that best buy is a scam.

    But sorry to hear that FusionCash didn’t work for you. But it’s really unfair to make a blanket statement like that. And you’re not the only one, too many people in the work at home world do this. And granted a lot of the stuff out there is crap but companies shouldn’t be accused of being a scam because it didn’t work for you.

    I reviewed Ameriplan a few months ago and gave my personal experience about it but didn’t call it a scam because it didn’t work for me. Why? Because I knew other people were making money with it so how I can make that call. So keep that in mind folks.

    But thanks for your feedback. We love both the positive and negative stuff.


  • Joey

    How much did fusioncash pay you to write that article? They do pay you, yes, but most of the time for the paid and risk free trial offers, you will not see a penny of that money unless you’re one of their favorites.

    I conducted my own study on this company. There’s a forum in which you can discuss many of the offers and such and if you’re one to kiss the owners and moderators tails, then your offers approve 9 times out of 10. If you discuss the flaws with the site and/or question the ethics of the site, your offers only approve at the rate of 2 out of every 10.

    Myself and 19 of my friends conducted this study over a two month period. 10 of us sucked up to the administrator and moderator while the other 10 done everything they could to get on their nerves. What did we find? We all done the same offers and the ones who got on their nerves averaged about $21.83 in earnings while the suck ups got an average of $117.47.

    When questioning why an offer hasn’t approved I was told that they only pay out when they get paid from the advertiser. My cousin works for in the affiliate department and verified that payments were sent, but none of us received the credit for it.

    Scam? Not in essence, but they’re crooked and will bend you over if you’re not on their good side.

  • eddysalomon

    Hey Joey,

    Thanks for your comments. I always love to have intellectual debates with other users.

    First and foremost, I wasn’t paid to write the article.

    But yes I’ve actually worked with Fusion Cash and made money from them. It’s the only reason I decided to write the article to share my experience with others so they can make their own decisions. I even pointed out the things that would turn people off about fusion cash.

    So I’m not hiding my relationship with fusion cash. But I wouldn’t put my reputation out on the line if I didn’t believe the company was reputable. Now with that said, are they perfect?

    Nope. but find a company that is and I always find someone that has something negative to say. No company is without faults. I love jetblue but I’ve had some horrible experiences with them. But for the most part the other experiences tended to be good. Does it make Jetblue a scam?

    The fact of the matter is that you and your friends did make money. I don’t know why anyone would purposely want to annoy the people that make you money to test some theory about favoritism. Umm if people that are cooperative tend to have no problems then the answer is simple. Be cooperative.

    Problem solved!

    I was a member a prior to the introduction to the forum so all I focused on was just doing my offers and making money.

    So I have no experience or comments either way about that forum situation and how it could possibly affect your offers income.

    But personally I would just focus on doing the offers and ignore trying to flame fires in the forum.

    At the end of the day you and your friends did make money and that’s what we’re trying to help people do here.

    Are some people going to experience problems with Fusion Cash or any company, probably. But for the most part people will make money like you and your friends did and at the end of the day that’s what people visiting are looking for.

    But with that said I can appreciate your point of view and glad you could share it with the rest of the folks that will consider fusion cash.

    At the end of the day it will be up to them to make their own decisions based on the experiences that you and I have laid out here.

    I’m just happy they can get the full spectrum with comments like yours.

    So thanks so much for participating on our blog.

    Hope to see you back again soon.


  • Angela

    Well, the writer is getting a referral fee everytime someone signs up using the link he has above. So, he is profiting from this article.

  • eddysalomon

    Are we going to do this again? I’ve already stated several times that I work with the company. Obviously if someone signs up I’ll get a referral commission. But what you seem to be missing is the fact that I’ve actually mentioned the negative qualities about the program.

    If I were just profit motivated as you’re implying, my review would go something like this. Fusion Cash is wonderful. It’s perfect. Go Sign up right now, you’ll become rich.

    But no I actually tell you the negative qualities about the program and how to get around it. This way people make an educated choice. There are enough people that are being one sided with calling everything a scam or saying every opportunity is perfect.

    My reviews are just based on my experience. So if people can relate to my experience and they sign up, that’s great for me because I get paid. But more importantly I help them find a way to make money as well.

    And judging by the comments of my subscribers they are making money with my recommendations:

    So I don’t make apologies for recommending companies that I’ve made money with and pay me to refer other people who can make money too.

    Take care.


  • http://N/A Jackie

    I hear what all of you are saying. I have come to the conclusion though that all of you are right. If you make even a dime from one of these companies, it’s a dime more than you had before. I tell people at the DHS office where I work this all the time when they complain about not getting enough benefits. The problem is, the return on your time. If you want to earn a living, even if you are making a million bucks on a sale, you have to have enough return to support your habits. A million bucks is a lot, but if you go out and spend that million bucks on a house and have no money left to pay utilities and other expenses, what have you gained? You’re going to loose your million dollar home because you can’t pay the taxes (which are out of your control)
    your only profit overall would be that you got to live in a million dollar home temporarily. Somewhat of a gain, because now you know what it takes to live in a million dollar home however temporary it may be, and you can duplicate that effort if the occasion arises, maybe next time having a little money left over so you can enjoy your efforts longer. The point being, if you earn something, or get it given to you, how is it going to fit into your scheme of life? Blow your dime on a piece of bubble gum, or save it and add it to a collection to get something more. NO I am rich and my base salary is barely able to pay the expenses I have chosen for myself, but if everyone that reads this wants to send me a dime, I’ll except it. I’d except pennies to. Have you heard of the guy who built a house out of all the junk the neighbors didn’t want? Or the woman who really truly built a house after she bought a portable sawmill and used trees that nobody else would pay for. She lives in Central ILLINOIS and I’ve seen her house. Lots better than the house I live in. So think about it. If you aren’t making enough threshold money for yourself, rethink what you are doing.

  • eddysalomon


    I couldn’t have said it better. You’re one of the few people that totally understands why I recommend multiple streams of little income for certain people looking for work at home.

    Thanks for your comment! It was brilliant and appreciated.


  • alexandria jackson

    thanx soo much!! I am in college and because of this site i was able to weed out all the bs scam pages and find something to get me a little income. Fusion cash is def a good website. Thanx soo much

  • eddysalomon

    You’re quite welcome Alexandria!
    I’m glad we’ve been able to help you avoid scams and introduce you to different ways to make money at home.
    I love hearing comments like that.


  • Philthy

    I think this is a great article. I work with Fusion cash a lot and it’s actually the only one that ever has paid me. So if you think it’s a scam I guess you just had a bad experience. It takes a lot of time and patience to make money online and if you have that then Fusion cash is the way to go.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Hi Philthy,

    Thanks for sharing your experience with Fusion Cash. I agree it’s definitely a nice way to make money online if you’re organized and understand the pitfalls of certain offers. But it does pay off.


  • Tara

    How often does fusion cash pay out their members?
    I just signed up, and also did 2 free offers, yet, I haven’t seen a penny in my PayPal account, not even the instant $5.00 for sign-up at their website.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Hi Tara,

    You should read their faq section. It answers these questions and others you may have.

    Like most work at home programs you’re paid the following month for the work that you put in the month before. So if you worked in October you wouldn’t get paid until sometime in November.

    So that’s why you haven’t seen a dime in your paypal account. Hopefully this helps. But go and read the faq on their site so you understand how the site works and avoid any confusion.


  • Mike

    Unfortunately, the TOS said that onlu US residents can register on this site :(

  • Eddy Salomon

    Hi Mike,

    Unfortunately that is the case for so many of the non-traditional work at home opportunities we discuss on this blog. It’s just a sad reality we can’t do much about. But you may want to visit our international page for some other options to consider:

    Hope it helps.


  • Mike

    Hi Eddy, I just have a few quick questions before I *might* sign up.
    First, how old do you have to be to sign up?
    Second, should i use a proxy server to hide my IP address? Because I don’t want anyone calling me.
    And third, I kind of beleive this site is legit, but i kind of don’t at the same time. The reason is when it asks for your email and stuff, if you go to tools, and then page info when you are at fusioncash, it says there is no site encryption, therefore people can see your private data. Please help!

  • Roger

    Well stated Eddy.

    Fusion Cash is one of the best GPT sites on the internet. If you are careful about the offers you try, you can make decent part time income. They have paid me, unlike so many other scam sites. Give FC a try.

  • Kendall

    Hey Eddy I’m also a member of fusion cash. But i was wondering have you tried out cashcrate? It’s just like fusion cash but i think it’s better because you get paid to shop, do surveys, sign up for newsletters, take quizes, do offers, and you get 20% of your first level referrals and 10% of you second level referrals…. REMOVED BY ADMIN… It also the pay on average is $100-$250 if you can devote 3 hours a week to the site and if you don’t believe me use my referral url found by clicking my name to visit the forums and look at the checks yourself.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Yes I’ve heard of good things about Cashrate and I’m very familiar with their program. However all the ways you discussed to get paid is also offered by Fusion Cash. So it’s another great alternative.

    P.S. You can promote yourself in comments on a blog by entering your referral url in the field assigned for that. If you provide some useful non-self promoting feedback, Then people will click on your name. Blogs just like forums don’t allow self promotion otherwise we’ll get filled with every affiliate posting affiliate links instead of useful comments. I’ve taken the liberty of placing your affiliate link in the appropriate place. Take care.

  • Chris

    ty so much eddy for introducing me to this site its a great way to earn some extra cash. I like to do the dailys (those alone rack in 50 bucks a month). It doesn’t replace my job, but its nice to earn a little extra cash for practically nothing.

  • Eddy Salomon

    You’re welcome Chris!

  • Christina Crowe

    I love your whole website, Eddy. You’re the reason why I signed up for YouData and so many other fantastic work at home websites. I wouldn’t be making the money I do now if it wasn’t for your recommends!

    Thanks a bunch! I don’t regret subscribing to your blog and can’t wait for future opportunities you might come up with!

  • Eddy Salomon

    Hey Christina,

    Well I’m happy you don’t regret signing up for my blog either. Hey at the end of the day you had nothing to lose since it’s all free. lol
    But I appreciate the sentiments. Always makes me feel good to hear when people are taking action and making money instead of complaining that they can’t or everything is a scam.
    There are a lot of opportunities out there if you have an open mind and willing to start small and work you way up. So keep it up.


  • Brian

    @Earn Free Cash Online:
    Definitely does work I make around 25 dollars every 2 weeks

  • Maya

    umm how old do you have to be to join?
    (cuz im not 18 or anywhere close lol)

    and if i am the right age to join …i need to make money ASAP but i dont wanna test out products i only want to do SURVEYs
    is there anyway i can do it with this site?
    thanks, Maya

  • Eddy Salomon

    Sorry you’re too young for this or any of the opportunities discussed on this site.

  • ricardo ortuno

    Hey Eddy under the terms of service it says if your 13 -17 you can register for an account but with parental permission, is that right because I’m 16 and I have parental permission so does that mean I can register for an account.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Well I see you’ve read my article carefully because you actually read the terms and conditions of the site. ;)
    In any event, you read the site and you seem to fit the age group. So I guess you can give it a shot. But to be sure contact Fusion Cash directly on their site. This way you don’t end up wasting your time if you don’t qualify. Hope this helps.

  • http://treasuretrooper wilson

    Hey,i was wondering which website works the best between Cashcrate,Treasure Trooper,and Fusion Cash. And bythe way,great article.

  • Eddy Salomon


    Truth be told they’re all pretty much the same. As long as you follow the advice I provided in my get paid offers scam article, you can do well either company: Most of the complaints about these companies is because people don’t understand how to make money with get paid offers, or just don’t like the business model.
    But if you read that article you can decide if you want to pursue this type of opportunity. If you do you’ll be in a better place to make money with it than losing it. The one piece advice I must give is that if you join all 3 companies you can’t do
    the same offers. On each site you would have to do totally different offers. So keep that in mind otherwise you may not get credit for them. Good luck.

  • Lib

    Have you found, or has anyone else, found that signing up for multiple sites like this, say fusioncash and Cashcrate results in multiple offers? For example both offer netflix, or what have you.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Hi Lib,

    Yes its very common to see the same offers on various sites. However it’s against the rules to do the same ones on each site. So if you did Netflix on Fusion Cash, you shouldn’t be doing the same offer at Cashrate. This type of stuff is usually buried in the terms and services of each site. It’s also a lot of the reasons why some folks don’t credited for a given offer and later complain these get paid offer sites are a scam. So keep that in mind.

  • Elena

    I recently joined fusion cash and I haven’t been doing too bad, but I have a problem getting referrals. Any suggestions would really be appreciated.

  • Eddy Salomon
  • Larry

    Eddy… I had joined FC close to a year ago but was never really active until last fall. Since then I have received my first payment and am well on my way to my second. I noticed that this article was fairly old and wanted to let newcomers know a few things about FC. 1) FC is definitely not a scam; it may be possible that one of the offer companies may be a scam in that they fail to pay like promised, but FC itself is very good about paying its members. And if they hear complaints about a particular offer, they usually will pull that offer off of their site. This leads me to 2) they have a very active forum. Some of the threads in the forums talk about particular offers… esp. those that fail to pay, or little hiccups that would prevent a particular offer from being counted. 3) They have made the forum even more active by actually paying members to write in the forum. Each month that a member has posted to the forum 30 or more times, they will give that member a $3 bonus. Which brings me to 4) how easy it is to get paid by them! They now have a daily e-mail offer worth 2-cents along with their daily Paid to Click offer worth 15 cents. If you are consistent at doing those daily offers, in 90 days you’d accumulate over the $15 offer-threshold needed to get paid. Tack on the monthly $3 forum bonus for 3 months (eg 90 days), plus any other bonus (eg Facebook bonus for becoming a fan, payment bonus for posting your previous payment, or even the sign-up bonus just for joining and completing your first offer) or other offers, and you can easily reach the $25 minimum payout threshold (to get paid you need $25 total in your account with $15 coming from offers, not bonuses) in 90 days. Who wouldn’t like an extra $100 every year?! Esp for working only 10-minutes each day (to complete the daily offers and write one message in the forums).

    Not to mention, all that I listed above is just if you work FC alone. They also have a very nice referral program. Veterans of the site (like OldBuddy that had made a comment above) that have many referrals can accumulate a sizable bonus from them. They might rack up an extra $10, $50, even $100 in bonuses from refs by the time they reach the $15 offer-threshold and can get their payment.

    And the FC community is also a lot of fun! Because of their forum bonus, the forums have become very active with people talking about not only the offers on FC, but anything else under the sun. The FC admin also has various surprise promotions and games on the forums for some extra fun (and money ;) ). A couple of Sundays ago, they ran a mystery promotion in which I happened to be lucky and got an extra $2.

    If anyone was skeptical before, they should really go a give this site a try. This has become a mainstay in my online work, and I plan to continue working with this site for years to come.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Hey Larry,

    Thanks for such a detailed comment. It’s funny I was actually talking to the owner Tyler writing an update post to really highlight all the improvements made. It’s one of the many items on my list of things. But your comment pretty much covers all the things I planned to cover. So I may just copy and paste your comment now that you did all the work. lol

    I’ve manly focused on the referral side for many years because I already made money as a member. So I can definitely vouch for the income potential there as I make very good money on that front. But I recently just started to login and check out the members area again and I really loved the new inclusions of the getting paid for the FC emails, clicking on ads and watching videos. It’s really easy money and does add up like you say. The forum is definitely a lot more active and that financial incentive to participate reminds me very much of what WA does with their forum and I know it works. What stood out to me is using the forum to research offers before doing them. That’s a great tip that I will have to include in the review above among some of the other updates that need to be done. lol

    All and all, I think FC has made some great changes. I also like the intro video they have included. I think that had been needed for a long time in the member areas. At the end of the day FC is definitely legitimate as you and I know. But it will pose an issue for people that aren’t organized and don’t understand how these offers work. I find that people who understand this tend to do well with FC. Whereas the folks that don’t end up losing money and then call FC a scam. So hopefully the review above and your comment gives folks something to think about if they were on the fence about this great opportunity.

    Thanks again for sharing.

  • Allora

    I read comments on other sites and learned that if ur not on there for awhile (ex.months) that your money expires. Why is that? They signed up for stuff and probably spent hours doing surveys then after a few months thier money expires with no all. Why is that?

  • Eddy Salomon

    Hi Allora,

    I have no idea why. Every company has different policies that we may not like. I live in a condo where there are some rules in place that don’t make any sense to me but I just know it’s part of living there.
    It’s just a matter of following them and you avoid problems. The same applies here. Just be sure to log in once a week and stay active and problem solved. It’s not something that’s hard to get around which I find humorous when people whine about stuff like this.

  • Larry

    That is somewhat true that money in Fusion Cash will expire. Actually, it is not based on when you were last active with the site, but rather it is on a per-offer basis; according to the site “…offers and bonuses expire if not cashed out within 180 days of being credited. ” So if you’re not active for a few months, only those offers completed more than 180 days ago will expire, not your entire account balance.

    That being said, there are many ways to make money, and unless you are not active on the site, you’ll probably have no trouble earning enough. In my previous post, I mentioned how it is possible to reach the payout threshold in about 90-days — half the time necessary to prevent offers from expiring. And that just requires about 10-15 minutes a day to complete. If someone actually signs up for different offers and/or takes surveys, that just makes it even easier to reach the minimum threshold.

    I think FC may have this restriction for a couple of reasons (although I do not run the site so these are pure guesses on my part): 1) For accounting purposes. Even normal paychecks, rebates, and other payments you may receive usually have an expiration date to prevent accounting headaches for payments that never close the loop. 2) Keep members active. In order to make enough money to cashout in 180 days, members either need to keep active doing the daily stuff for free and getting a few cents each time, or by completing a few of the bigger offers with larger payments. Either way, it ensures that their members are active, which in turn can be used to gather more advertisers. Advertisers are only willing to spend their money at a site that is active and will gain the best return on their investment (ROI in marketing slang).

  • Eddy Salomon


    Thanks for chiming in and clearing this stuff up. I really appreciate it.

  • Teena

    Hey Eddy!…you said: “—Hey Larry,
    Thanks for such a detailed comment. It’s funny I was actually talking to the owner Tyler writing an update post to really highlight all the improvements made. It’s one of the many items on my list of things. But your comment pretty— …” It is not funny at all. It is the Lord and he is saying “Hello” to you and Larry. He knows you are doing the right thing, fighting the good fight. You are serving others. He knows you are busy so He helped you out via Larry..It’s funny when you do the right things, everything just falls into place…I am going to try Fusion Cash. Thank you Eddy for all of your Good work.

    Big gentle bear hugs!!


  • Eddy Salomon


    Thanks chiming in. I can’t say I saw that observation when I made that comment. LOL But I do firmly believe in what you’re saying about how God does seem to make everything fall in place when you try to be a good person and help your fellow man. I know my life is filled with examples of his favor. So I totally agree with you. Thanks for sharing that with me and the support!

  • Lauren

    Hi, thank you for this website I’ve been trying to find work from home on the internet for a few weeks now and sometimes I feel like my head is spinning, should I fill out surveys that take an hour and pay one dollar should I do paid to try and risk the little money I do have should I start a blog ahhh. It’s very hard I have four kids two that are home all day and I’m just trying to find something that might work for me but enough rambling thank you again if you have any advise for someone like me e-mail me sometime I love to have someone to connect with one on one about this and you seemed really involved with the people who visit your site.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Hi Lauren,
    You’re quite welcome. Honestly you’ll eventually figure out what’s the best path for you. The most important thing is to spend your time on opportunities that are legitimate. At the end of the day every penny counts and that’s what I preach here. I also suggest folks have multiple streams of income which can lead to larger lakes of money. Then you can eventually start narrowing down your focus. But since you’re unsure of your direction, I say try as many opportunities that are legit and of interest to you.

    Fortunately you’ve found this site so we’ve done a lot of the hard work of finding out what’s legit or not. Now you don’t have to figure it out from trial and error. It’s just a matter of hunkering down and reading all the free valuable information provided here and selecting what you’ll go with. So you can start with that. My suggestion is to visit my recommendations page:
    For traditional jobs then visit my jobs page regularly since it’s updated daily:

    And then take the time to read the following: and you should be good to go. All my knowledge and advice is pretty much there. If you have any questions after reading that information completely, feel free to use the contact me link on the upper left hand corner to email me. But be sure to READ the material first because it usually answers most people’s questions. Hope this helps.

  • sunny123

    I was scammed and I’m mad. No excuses!! When I reached $18, I couldn”t click anymore. It was frozen. That is a scam in my book.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Sorry to hear your account was frozen. I’ve never had such problems. But based on what happened to you I can see why you would be mad and label the company a scam. The problem is we don’t really know if you violated any rules that you may or may have not know about. It’s happened to me with other companies and it wasn’t until I got banned I realized that I did something wrong. In an ideal world, companies would warn you before doing so. But unfortunately that’s not the case. Every company has the right to ban people for certain reasons. Sometimes it’s fair and sometimes it’s unfair. But I’ve seen this happen with a lot of legitimate companies. Unfortunately that’s the risk we all take with some of these opportunities. That being said despite these occurrences, it doesn’t make a company a scam. It may not be something we dislike when we’re the victims but when you sign up for these companies, they have terms and conditions that you agree to that give them the right to exercise their right to ban you. So when you accept these, then that’s pretty much it. A company would be a scam if they don’t make these terms and conditions available to you beforehand and take these actions. The fact of the matter is FC consistently pays people. You don’t get high ratings from consumer protection agency’s like the BBB by making it habit of scamming their users all the time. Either way it’s an unfortunate situation for you. As someone that has been banned from other sites, I feel your pain. But that’s part of working with these companies sometimes. It sucks either way.

  • Eddy Salomon

    I contacted the owner about your situation. He checked your account and said the following:
    “I checked the account and it’s totally peachy, working and not restricted. I can’t see anything on my end that would prevent her from logging in and using the site as usual. “.
    So I’m not sure why you’re having issues. It might be a browser issue on your end.

  • Teena

    I am trying Fusion Cash just as I said I would and so far so good. I haven’t really put a lot of energy into it; am pretty much just clicking on they paid to read email and the .15 daily offer along with some free offers. I have not reached the pay out amount yet but when I do I will post. from a scale of 0 to 10, 0 being not so great and 10 being good I give this site a 10 for what it is. Which brings me to my next point this is a hamburger folks common now, this is not a lobster dinner. If you order a hamburger and you get a hamburger that is an EXCELLENT deal!

  • Eddy Salomon

    Well said Teena. I love the analogy! I know the owner very well and he’s a good guy. He’s always looking for ways to help his members make more money. So provided folks have an up to date computer with the specifications requested by FC, follow their directions carefully and don’t violate any rules, people should make money.

  • deepti

    my account is restricted for no good reason can somebody tell me what to do..?

  • Eddy Salomon

    Let’s not make this the tech support forum. But I contacted Tyler and he said as follows:
    “I checked and the account is locked because the user attempted cashout with an Indian PayPal account, a violation of our Terms of Service.” This opportunity isn’t even open to people in India.
    So it sounds like you or someone in your household may have used some ip script to trick FC into allowing you to have an account which is probably also a violations of terms of service. Play by the rules people.

  • K.Wayne

    Singed up with Fusion Cash a few days ago and have already made some cash. Man, it’s really easy and the best part is, it’s all FREE.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Congrats K.Wayne.
    It’s good to see that you’re still trying various ways to make money. Get paid to try offers can definitely be a great way to make money if you’re open minded and organized. Focusing on the free offers definitely makes it even sweeter.

  • Sona

    Thanks Eddy for such a nice article. Yesterday only I came across your website and read about Fusion. I have reviewed so many website but I must say FC is one of the best website for earning online. I have received two payments of $85 and $65 through PayPal.

  • Eddy Salomon

    You’re welcome. FC is definitely a great site to make money provided one is organized and understand how these sites work. Thanks for sharing your experience with it.

  • Sbridges1951

    Hi All,

    Can someone tell me how this works? please. What are the pros and cons also.


  • Anonymous


    Read the article above since it pretty much does this in great detail.

  • mwolfe

    fusion cash has worked for me so far. i’m a little worried about whether or not i will get paid, though. i’ve seen proof of payments, but have also read quite a few messages where people didn’t get paid.

  • mwolfe

    fusion cash has worked for me so far. i’m a little worried about whether or not i will get paid, though. i’ve seen proof of payments, but have also read quite a few messages where people didn’t get paid.

  • Anonymous

    It definitely does work. People that aren’t paid are usually of guilty of doing something against the terms of services intentional or unintentionally. But I’ve been paid by them many times. As long as you follow the rules, you should be fine.

  • Sweetpea2601

    How do I sign up?

  • Eddy Salomon

    By reading on the article above and clicking on any of the fusion cash links in it.

  • Eveamaluv

    hi my name is evelyn am intrested in working with you but dont have my personal personal computer can you get me one

  • Eveamaluv

    hi my name is evelyn am intrested in working with you but dont have my personal personal computer can you get me one

  • Eddy Salomon

    Uh, no.

  • Dustin

    Will it work if I ask nicely,Eddy? :P

  • Dustin

    Will it work if I ask nicely,Eddy? :P

  • Eddy Salomon

    LOL, No it won’t.

  • Click20010

    Good day Eddy, I came across the site FC and was wondering how much money can make if I devote a good amount of time on this site? Better to explain what I mean a guy with no job at this time and really hurting for some extra

    Thanks Eddy, Love you site also!! So helpful..

  • chris

    I am looking to work at home to make a living. You know pay the bills, and keep food on the table. Are there work at home jobs that pay decent money. FC seems to be a great site; however, I need to eat! What do I do?

  • Eddy Salomon

    You need to look at the left of the page where it reads job search.
    Then try applying to any jobs of interest to you that can make you decent money. Everything that you need to succeed is already on this site but you have to read it. Good luck.

  • Dreams Fulfilled 2011

    Just wanted everyone to know that this guy is the REAL DEAL!!!!!

  • Eddy Salomon


  • Eddy Salomon

    I’m assuming you didn’t really read the detailed advice we gave about offers, selecting the best ones, canceling etc. If you followed our advice you should have all the offers you’ve done listed somewhere and the methods to cancel or contact them. So unless you have that information I don’t really know how you could stop these phone calls.

    This is why it’s important to carefully select offers and stay organized to avoid stuff like this.

  • Kitouski

    I’d just like to let everyone know from personal experience that FusionCash is not a scam. In fact, I first started trying work at home online with offer sites such as Rewards1, Prizerebel and Cashle (unfortunately all three of these are prize heavy rather then cash heavy, which is why I ended up at this site in the first place, looking for work for cash and not items, lol) and a lot of sites that ask for you to fill out offers are not a scam. Of course, some of the offers themselves can be a scam, and you may very well need to put yourself in a position to get scammed for you to get credited on the site you’re working on, but the site itself is not a scam. It’s a lot of watching what you’re doing and what offer you’re fulfilling, most sites even encourage using false e-mails whenever you do their offers, lol. FusionCash in particular is a lot more disorganized then most offer sites I’ve been on though, but I just wanted to assure people from personal experience that FusionCash is not a scam itself, but its offers can be, so it’s a legitimate work opportunity if you jump hoops to get there and a lot of FusionCashes site specific policies can be much more annoying then other offer sites, lol.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Thanks for sharing your experience and confirming the points we made above. As long as one follows the tips we’ve outlined above you can easily avoid the scammy sites and disorganization that can come with this industry. At the end of the day it’s definitely a legitimate way to make money for the right people.

  • Sharon

    I didn’t read every single comment here but I did not see my issue addressed from the comments that I have read.
    The money you have in your Fusioncash account expires if not cashed out in a timely manner! My computer completely crashed some time ago and I couldn’t afford to buy a new one right away, so I wasn’t signing into my account regularly, just going to the library every now and then to check on my accounts (I have several, including Inbox Dollars, Vindale, Cash4Offers, Hits4Pay and a couple of others) when I noticed that right after New Years Day, I only had 2.65 in my Fusioncash account and before I was almost at 18.00! I had gotten a new computer for Christmas and had intended to work daily on my accounts so I could soon cash out when I discovered this very disturbing fact! All of my other accounts were just where they were when I left off; only my Fusioncash was deleting
    cash from my account!

    I just think that in all fairness, that fact should be added to your list of cons about Fusioncash.

    By the way, I love your site, Eddy and keep up the good work!

  • Eddy Salomon

    Thanks for sharing your experience with me. It’s not something i ever experienced and I haven’t really read about this until you mentioned it. I’ll have the owner look at your account and see if he can chime in because he’s very active and responsive.

    So I’m sure there is some type of explanation for this. Although I can’t guarantee it’s something you may like. But let’s see what they have to say.

    Thanks for chiming in and your continued support.

  • Eddy Salomon


    I have to applaud you for being big enough to admit where you went wrong in this situation. It takes a big woman to do that especially when this industry is filled with complainers and scam accusers who sometimes don’t have an merit but like to bad mouth companies because they don’t like a given policy.

    Either way it’s a lesson learned. After all how many of us actually read the fine print on any of these sites, contracts, mortgages, etc. All those agreements are just a heads up to let you know that if something goes wrong they’re not responsible. lol

  • Eddy Salomon

    LOL, You know what I meant. =)
    God bless you and your family as well!

  • Tyler

    Hi Sharon,

    Tyler at FusionCash here. I checked into your account and it does indeed appear that a good number of your credits have expired. Unfortunately, we can’t make exceptions to the offer expiration rule. We require that you ‘cashout’ your earnings within 180 days so that we can keep our accounting manageable and simple. If we didn’t have credit expiration, we would still have liabilities on the books from 2005! You can see how, with over 2 million members, it would quickly become cost prohibitive.

    With all that said, I’ve credited your account for a small bonus in the hopes that it will encourage you to give us another try. If you have any other questions or issues please feel free to open a support ticket (just click “Support” on any page once you are logged into FC).

  • Eddy Salomon

    Thanks for chiming in. It was nice of you to provide a little bonus for Sharon.

  • Eddy Salomon

    You’re welcome Sharon. Tyler is a straight shooter and fair guy. So I’m happy he chimed in and was able to give you a little something. But again, I really admire that you were able to admit where you made an error. Most people wouldn’t do that and then run around calling Fusion Cash a scam. So I applaud you again.

  • Eddy Salomon


    Here’s the thing. I believe you’re confusing some of the questionable offers with Fusion Cash. Some offers are questionable which I’ve readily admitted above and my get paid to take offers article. I’ve clearly stated that it’s important to do your research with the offers before providing any information to avoid any potential issues or scams.

    That being said obviously advertisers are going to want to contact you which is the whole point of why they’re paying you to try their offers. If they couldn’t follow up with you then there is no value for them to pay you. It’s not rocket science and I think I made that clear.

    Legitimate survey companies and most legit work from home based companies need your address to send you a check or for demographic information. In the case of a survey if a client wants people from NY only for their questions. What cents does it make to send a survey to someone in Alaska. That isn’t the demographics they’re targeting. So there is a perfectly legitimate reason your address is required for certain survey companies and just work at home companies in general. They also use your address to send you tax documents at the end of the year.

    Are there shady companies that may misuse your information? Of course but again that’s why I stressed always doing your research to avoid this.

    I understand you might be frustrated with whatever survey company you signed up for. But it’s not Fusion Cash’s fault if you fail to do your own research on companies and offers before you sign up. That was the whole reason this article was written so people can avoid these mistakes.

  • Juliamh11

    If the ads ask for your phone number and address should I give that to them?

  • Eddy Salomon

    Make sure you read our tips in the article above and watch the video. As I said above not all the advertisers are trust worthy. You should research them before giving any information or have a separate valid contact information like a google voice number.

    When in doubt follow the steps in my scam video to research some of these advertisers or any company you doubt:

  • Eddy Salomon

    Make sure you read our tips in the article above and watch the video. As I said above not all the advertisers are trust worthy. You should research them before giving any information or have a separate valid contact information like a google voice number.

    When in doubt follow the steps in my scam video to research some of these advertisers or any company you doubt:

  • Snoboarder34

    juliamh11 … i would say dont.. but im not an expert in these things.. all i do know is that i work for Verizon wireless and there are such things as Premium msgs. IF you give your phone number out, sometimes these “third parties” will subscribe you to a 9.99 charge monthly on your cell phone bill.. IF you do get these just text the word “stop” and they will stop, but you gotta call your service provider and tell them to credit you…AND block premium msging from your account….. if you already have a block for Premium Msging then i dont see a problem with giving your phone number out.  unless your NOT on the national do not call list.. soo yea .. :)

  • Eddy Salomon

    Good advice and basically coincieds with my tips above and the get paid to try offer article. One needs to do their research before doing any offers and read the terms of conditions. If you do, you avoid a lot of surprises. It’s that simple. Furthermore like I said in my tips you can always use a different free phone number that you can get from google voice or any other service and a free email address to do these offers. This way your personal contact information isn’t bombarded.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Glad you enjoy the article Daniel. But more importantly I’m happy to see you taking action on the opportunities that call out to you.

    Re-investing the money in your skills is definitely the way to go if you don’t immediately need the money. I always tried to re-invest a portion of what I earned into more training, ebooks and other courses. I still do it till this very day. You never learn too much when it comes to being successful.

    Affiliate marketing is international so that career you can continue damn near anywhere because you can still promote US and other companies even if you live in another country. The fact you’ll stil have a U.S. address and are a U.S. resident should allow you to still get into various affiliate programs. But sometimes companies will block you based on your IP address even if you’re really from the states. So my answer is it depends on the affiliate company you’re working with. But I do know there are international affiliate marketers.

    I hope this sort of helps. =)

  • oldbuddy

    I have been a member of Fusioncash for about 4 years and made over $3,000 so I know it works if you do. People who have all the problems are just negative people and there is no help for them.

  • Eddy Salomon

    I wouldn’t argue that all people that have had problems are negative. But I do agree that if you do work at this opportunity you can make money. Obviously you’re a perfect example of this. So thanks for sharing.

  • Tnbdoll85

    I dont know man this sounds too good to be true, I mean I tried out FC, and i liked what I saw. But there are tons of sites like this one, and if i do my math right I can make a pretty ok living. And if it were that easy, everyone would do it.

  • Eddy Salomon

    I don’t know what to tell you. If you tried it and liked what you saw, what’s the issue? If something doesn’t sit well with you then just avoid it. It’s that simple. But keep in mind that I did point out the down falls of this opportunity. I didn’t paint it like it was perfect. So I’m not sure what else to tell you. Good luck either way.

  • LaPolariteDeMoi

    I don’t understand the checks process. I don’t have paypal or bank account, they couldn’t just send it to my address? would you advice I create paypal? …

  • Eddy Salomon

    Just email them directly about the payment options. But you should definitely get a Paypal account since so many companies pay like this. Why wait for a check when you can have instant access to your money via Paypal and their debit card.

  • Larry

    Hi Eddy I have been having problems with fusioncash for about a week. Did they do something to there site can’t make any money with it. Click daily email click on banner and a blank white window pops up, try a video and nothing do the PTC nutill I get to redeem can’t do anything. Also is there another site like Fusioncash?   

  • Eddy Salomon

    Have you actually contacted support about the issues you’re having? I’ll forward you email to the owners too. Maybe they have some insight as to why you’re having issues. Because I haven’t heard this complaint recently.

  • Eddy Salomon

    Okay, I contacted them too and waiting for a response.
    Try cashcrate,,
    There are tons of them, just make sure you actually do your research before joining any of these companies not everyone out there is legitimate. Follow the steps in my scam video: and you should be able to research any company.

    Further more keep in mind the pitfalls I mentioned in the article above and how to avoid them because they will apply to any other get paid to try offer sites.

  • Eddy Salomon

    I believe only one person per household can join. So both of you can’t join. Otherwise it will be viewed as trying to game the system. One of you should join FC and another one of you should try some of the other recommendations we have here:

    Treasure Trooper and CashCrate is another FC like company that one of you can join as well. But again one person per household. One of you can join FC and another person can join TT. I think that’s fine but I would just email either company to confirm. Hope this helps.

  • Larry

    Hi Eddy, about fusioncash a member in the forum told me about the AVG anti-virus have to go to link scanner and un check everything I did that and fusioncash has been working for about 4 or 5 days now. I don’t know what AVG did but never had to do that before. thank you for sending Tyler  Derheim an email about my problem. 

  • Eddy Salomon

    No problem Larry.
    Sometimes the anti-virus programs block perfectly legitimate companies. I’m just glad they were able to resolve your issue. Good luck.

  • B Paulsen

     Hi Eddy,

    It’s a little off topic, but you mentioned Inbox Dollars, & I did sign up for Fusion Cash, but…I used to do these offers years ago.  After recently starting up again, I’ve noticed a really disturbing trend.  Nearly all of the sites I visited asked for a cell number, then rerouted me to a screen asking for a pin that had been texted…waaayyy down at the bottom of the screen {not visible unless I scrolled down} in teeny writing was a disclaimer  stating that entering the pin would enroll me in a monthly subscription at $9.99/mth, & costing whatever additional texting charges. I couldn’t manage to get past that screen to the real offers.  Very shady, & very disappointing since they had been legitimate in years prior.

    Do you happen to know of an exception that I can enter to prevent being forwarded to this scam, & get to the legitimate site I intended to visit?  I know it’s a long shot, & you’re not tech support, but I can’t even get to the websites to find contact info to ask them myself.  Thanks very much!

  • Eddy Salomon

    Honestly I’ve never experienced this so I wouldn’t to provide you any real feedback. But fortunately you did read the fine print on these offers before doing them. That always saves you from a lot of grief.

  • BPaulsen

     Yes, fortunately, I did, thanks!  Sadly, they got my email address before I figured it out, but I can always try to block, or flag them before I make the mistake of opening them.  I’ve found that right clicking on an email message, & scrolling down to “message options” to read the server info helps alot in preventing me from opening the wrong thing.  Many times, a scammer will use an email address that is made up of nonsensical letters, & numbers.  Thanks very much for your reply!

  • Eddy Salomon

    No problem. Lesson learned.

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