Report: #247891

Complaint Review: Inbox Dollars. Com And Send Earnings.com - Internet

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  • Reported By: Caledonia Wisconsin
  • Inbox Dollars. Com And Send Earnings.com sendearnings.com and inboxdollars.com Internet U.S.A.

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I joined Inbox Dollars and Send Earnings, which are two paid survey sites, or so they advertise themselves. You get paid $1 for each completed survey and there are other ways to earn money, too. I was only interested in the surveys.

Once you reach $40 in your account, you can request a payment. I have reached $40 in each account and requested my payment. All of a sudden my accounts have become inactive and they refuse to send me my earnings. They say it is because I have not been reading the emails they claim to send out every day.

They also say that if I am not receiving emails, that it is my fault because I haven't added them to my safe senders list or I don't allow HTML. This is bogus.

I have added their email addresses to my accounts and I have made sure that I am set up to receive HTML. I have tried changing my email (work versus home account) and nothing works. Still I do not receive email from them and they are using this as an excuse not to pay me.

The surveys I took were legitimate and were for various companies that ranged from soft drink bottlers to car manufacturers to restaurants. They are receiving payment from these companies to administer these surveys and then they are weaseling their way out of paying the people who took the time to fill out the surveys.

It took about 6 months to earn $50 from Inbox Dollars and $40 from Send Earnings and I want my money!!

Caledonia, Wisconsin

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#3 Consumer Comment

im following Kevin

AUTHOR: rainyday - (USA)

POSTED: Friday, October 02, 2009

im with yoy kevin...my payment was sapposed to be sent yesterday and i tried to log in this morning and my account is terminated......

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#2 Consumer Comment

Agree - INBOX Dollars is a CON and will NOT pay your money

AUTHOR: Matt Bryant - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, September 28, 2009

This company is pathetic - or am I?  I signed up to be a member of INBOXDOLLARS back in 2006.  I spent a year and half reading pointless emails and doing random surveys.

Finally I got my account to $35 (Which used to be $5 above the minimum withdrawl before they raised it..)  I ask for payment Via check.  This was back in January of this year.  They told me a check would arrive in May...5 months to produce a measley $35 bucks?  That should have been a red flag there?

I have tried to contact them 6-7 times.  I finally threatened that I would take this to the internet if no one got back to me.  As you can expect - no one got back to me.  I am now making it my partime job to educate people about this scam and hopefully no one else will fall for the same stupid game I fell for.


Trust me INBOX DOLLARS is fake - dont waste your time - you will NOT get paid.

My goal is to post one of these every week - Maybe these jerks will catch on and realize they can screw us anymore.

Kevin from Florida

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Inboxdollars.com : Necessary to check and confirm emails

AUTHOR: Pohemi - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Sunday, December 21, 2008

I have been a member of Inboxdollars.com for a few months, occasionally doing surveys but mostly just doing the paid emails that they send out.
I've never had a problem receiving the emails. If you have a spam box that email gets filtered into, I bet they are going to that box. Check to see if they are there, and mark them "not spam". I had to do the same thing when I first started.
It took me several months to reach the $30 minimum to receive a payout, and when I went through the process on their website for getting a check sent to me in the mail, I discovered that it would take a month and a half to have it processed. I was initially perturbed by this, until I read the reasoning. They base it on the amount of time it requires for Inboxdollars to be paid by the companies they do surveys for. I can understand that.
Also, in the process of requesting the payout, I was informed and actually had to click on a box stating that I understood:
You must keep your account active during the waiting period for a payment. If 10 days go by without checking and CONFIRMING emails that they send to you, they place your account in an inactive state. If this happens, your credit (money) does not disappear, you just need to re-activate it in order to request the payment again.
I understand the frustration you may have had, but I don't feel it's something they were intentionally being misleading about. You just have to remember to always read policies on websites and businesses such as this. I haven't received my check from them yet (I'm supposed to receive it the first week of February) but if I have any problems, I'll come back and report it here.

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