Inbox Dollars at a Glance:
Inbox Dollars is a membership site that seems to share the revenue from its advertisers with its members. Advertisers provide numerous ways for Inbox Dollars members to receive rewards for performing small tasks that include reading email and shopping online. The rewards for completing the tasks are usually in the form of cash or some form of money saving discounts.
Inbox Dollars on the Web:
Main Website URL: http://inboxdollrs.com/
Facebook URL: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Inbox-Dollars/165362130170221
Twitter URL: http://twitter.com/#!/inboxdollars
Inbox Dollars Review-How it Works:
To participate in the Inbox Dollars program one must become a member. The membership, however, appears to be free. The required form asks for your name, address and a password. In fact they claim that they will pay you $5 for creating a membership account. This membership then allows participation in any of the offers available. There does appear to be some limitations to memberships that prohibit multiple accounts in one household or multiple accounts using any one computer.
The program offers and services of Inbox Dollars seem also to be free with perhaps the odd exception within the online gaming offers.
These offers include:
- Reading Emails
- Taking Surveys
- Watching video Ads
- Redeeming Coupons
- Playing Online Game
- Searching the Web
- Shopping Online
Offers are normally only able to be redeemed one time and should be completed immediately after clicking on the offer. Otherwise it is possible not to receive credit for the completion. Any cash earned by the successful completion of an offer will apparently be held in the member’s cash account until a minimum of $30 is accrued. The minimum payment, as stated in the membership terms and conditions, is $30.
Is Inbox Dollars a Scam?
Inbox Dollars is part of Cotter Webb Enterprises, a company that is the parent company to the two largest online loyalty marketing communities online. It appears that Inbox Dollars provides legitimate services to its members and allows advertisers an outlet for their offers. The ability to earn money through this website is viable, however one may question whether the time involved is adequately balanced by the earning potential.
Do you have any experience with Inbox Dollars? I would welcome comments or opinions.
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