InboxPays Review: Does It Really Pay Or Is It A Scam?
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It's a jungle out there, my friends. Of course, I am talking about the internet and the bazillion of the alleged ‘work at home opportunities‘ that are advertised. You know the type, they claim you can make ridiculous amounts of money for doing things that involve little work. As you know most of them are pure crap and if you didn't know you quickly learned after reading this blog. You're welcome. So keeping in line with this, today I take a close look at a site that's similar to one I reviewed recently, and find out if it's worth your time to make a few bucks on the side. So let's dive into this InboxPays.com Review.
What is InboxPays?
It is a typical GPT (Get Paid To) site and a subsidiary of A&A Marketing Inc. InboxPays is located in Houston TX. You can make money for various online activities. They include the following:
- Read emails: max 3 per day, pays from 2 cents to 25 cents.
- Complete Cash Offers: You can make anywhere from 25 cents to $75 dollars by accepting cash offers. Most of them are ‘trial' offers which can be canceled within a certain period of time. There are some ‘free' cash offers that pay very little and they are far and between. All cash offers require either credit card or Paypal information
- Play Games: There is a page where you ‘Spin The Wheel” with a chance to hit the Jackpot. Upon joining InboxPays you get 2 spins; additional spins are added for every completed cash offer.
- Refer your Friends: Each new member you referred will make you 10% commissions of the amount they cash out. I make decent money doing this with a lot of companies because of what I teach here and you can too.
- Use Coupons: I am not sure why that is on their site because you actually don't make any money. You can print coupons to save a few cents on purchases, mostly groceries and other everyday items.
How Does InboxPays Work?
It is FREE to sign up. Similar sites do have a quite easy sign-up procedure; signing up with InboxPays is a pain in the behind. They want you to answer a bunch of questions, like this one:
And when your answer ‘YES‘ a little box pops up and tells you……….
There are a couple of pages with questions like this one you have to go through before you even get access to the site. I am not ready yet to get pestered with a lot of phone calls and hundreds of spam emails. Are you? But hey, it only takes about 30 minutes to get through with all this nonsense and you will get a $5 sign-up bonus. Are you ready to get started and make some dough, hopefully?
What's the Scoop with the InboxPays Offers?
If you are in any way like me, you will first look for ‘free' offers. That's easy because they let you do a sort. The first time I logged on, there where 13 offers which had a total pay out of a little more than $9. On days 2 through 5, they did not provide any free offers; here is one example how the whole thing really works.
One of the offers was for a 7-day FREE trial of Jillian Michaels ‘Weight Loss Challenge‘ online training program that pays you $16.00.
That looks pretty good, at first glance, but there is a wrinkle to it. You have to provide your credit card or Paypal information and will get billed when the trial period is over.You think that's not a problem and cancel in time, but have you checked if you did get a $16 dollar credit already? InboxPays says that it usually takes 3-5 days to receive credit, so you should be good. But what IF you did not get credit by day 7? Just asking.
That's easy to explain. If you come across an offer for a product or service you contemplated to get anyways, go for it an buy the darn thing and look at kick-back you get as a nice discount you would have not gotten otherwise. You know, things like Netflix, a subscription for Sports Illustrated, or a yearly print-out of your credit report from the 3 major reporting agencies.
How does InboxPays pay you?
The payout threshold is $50 and in increments of $50, meaning if you accumulate more than $50 but less than $100, you only get $50 and the rest is carried over into the next pay period. Pay periods are the 1st and 15th of each month. They only pay through Paypal, so if you don't have an account with them yet, go get one.
What are the InboxPays Complaints?
Of course, there are the usual complaints every company gets, even the best. I call them the “can't please everybody complaints‘. InboxPays is not BBB accredited and has an F-rating. Here is what many members complain about.
I didn't get credit for completed offers!
Many members THINK they completed an offer but really didn't. They either did not read the fine prints or didn't fully understand what they mean. However, I came across some reports where folks indeed completed offers and realized a week later that they did not get credit for it. After haggling back and forth via emails for several weeks, they were informed that “at the time of their complaint the offer had expired”.
Now this is reason of real concern. These folks spent money in anticipation of some kind of reward and did not receive it.
InboxPays is NOT paying what I earned!
This is an often heard complaint and the people are correct to voice their disdain. InboxPays seems to delay payment for as long as they can and only AFTER people file a complaint ticket with the BBB for example, issue payment. This is disturbing, to say the least. But InboxPays will pay eventually if you are persistent and go as far as file a complaint with the BBB which shouldn't need to be the case.
Take a look at a couple of these complaints made with the BBB
I can't make enough money!
That's not really a reason to complain, but an inherent problem with these kinds of sites. If you only read emails and hunt for ‘freebie offers‘, it takes an awful long time to reach the payout threshold. In order to make a substantial amount of money, you MUST spend money on offers.
I got charged for stuff I did not want to buy!
If that really happened and these complaints are warranted, they need to be directed at the advertising companies. They are the ones that charge your credit card and not InboxPays. In general, advertising companies are straight forward and on the up-and-up. Having said that, there may be some that take advantage of mistakes or oversights by their customers.
So Is InboxPays.com Legitimate Or Not?
In my opinion it's not a scam. Like most get paid to websites it has short comings and things that some folks won't be able to tolerate. I think it sucks that you have to jump through hoops to sign up and they have a very high payout threshold. And I can't say the payment issue is something that is consistent or an anomaly. But it is troubling regardless. So that would definitely turn me off. But that's me. It doesn't mean it's a scam. It's just not for me.
Is there an alternative to InboxPays?
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Well enough of my yapping. I hope you enjoyed reading my InboxPays review and would love to hear your opinion. So please, chime in and leave a comment down below on your way out.
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