|Overall Rating:||Overall Rating|
|Type of Business:||paid emails / paid surveys|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Send Earnings – Business Review
By David Harris
Send Earnings is a paid emails/surveys website service company owned by InboxDollars Corp., that provides ways to make a little extra income through reading emails, taking surveys, playing online games, etc.
Send Earnings claims they will pay you $5 just for signing up with them, but it will take a couple months before you see it.
In fact, ‘Send Earnings’ will only pay you 2 cents per email that you read by opening up the paid emails, and “confirm reading this email” links which will take you to the advertisers’ websites that sponsors the emails.
The Send Earnings surveys pay about fifty cents per survey, and there are various rewards for playing the Send Earnings online games. However, the biggest user complaints I’m seeing is that they take a very long time to pay out, AND you have to reach $30 in your account before they release the money.
Many times, after finishing over twenty-five dollars or so worth of emails, the paid emails stop going to your email, guaranteeing Send Earnings never has to pay you a penny.
Under their FAQ page, they vaguely answer by saying they send one email per week and that you need to do more surveys, shop online on the provided links, or play their online games.
What Send Earnings won’t say is that many of these offers require you to pay up front on their advertisers’ sites in order to get the tiny rewards they offer. Often, these sites open up to a multitude of endless offer pages designed to make you give up on the task.
Other complaints I’ve received on Send Earnings is the fact that their system sometimes does not register completed tasks. The online Better Business Bureau has many complaints files against “Send Earnings”.
Is this site a scam? I would say that if you do not value your time and jump through their endless hoops, you might eventually get paid, but the resulting rewards amount to considerably less than minimum wage.
Also, they do not charge you to sign up with them, so in that manner I can’t call this one a scam, but it skirts the definition awfully close.
I don’t recommend Send Earnings.
Thanks for reading…
TagsSend Earnings sendearnings.com www.sendearnings.com paid survey paid emails work at home
Back To Business Reviews
Overall User Rating: