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I got my first check from InboxDollars in the mail yesterday!
InboxDollars is a “GPT” site. GPT stands for get paid to and is commonly referred to websites that reward you for certain internet activities.
At Inbox Dollars you can get paid to do the following:
- Read and click on emails
- Searching the web
- Completing free and paid offers, including email sign-ups, free trials, product or service purchases
- Playing online games
- Watching videos
- Printing and redeeming coupons
- Taking surveys
I just redeemed my first $30, from which a $3 fee was deducted, so my check was $27.07. I was offered the opportunity to have this fee waived if I waited to cash out at $40. However, my friend Sharon recommended I go ahead and cash out so I could get gold member status.
With gold membership, I get portion of the pool of members who are not linked to a referral, double sweepstakes entries, and weekly payments once I reach the threshold.
I’m currently up to $7.47, just two weeks after redeeming my first check. If I take a few surveys, I’ll be able to redeem again in just a few weeks.
That’s an extra $30 per month, which adds up to $360 per year if I play my cards right. Your own results may vary and depend on the level of participation.
If you’re ready to take the plunge with InboxDollars, sign up here!
For a comprehensive list of (passive) ways to make money online from the computer, check out this post. Please note that the spreadsheet contains my referral links. Please use them as I’m credited for referrals.