Getting Stuff for Free

Getting Stuff for Free

SendEarnings is similar to another popular website, InboxDollars. That’s because InboxDollars owns and operates SendEarnings. Both companies are also owned by the same company, CotterWeb Enterprises. Both sites work in a similar way where you earn rewards by:

  • Taking surveys
  • Completing offers
  • Doing tasks
  • Redeeming coupons
  • Watching videos
  • And so forth

SendEarnings has a straightforward sign up process. You just have to sign up with your email address and confirm your activation through your email. After you log in for the first time, you’ll notice the links for offers, surveys, games, etc. To maximize your earnings, you should consider spending a bulk of your time on completing offers and taking surveys, when you do qualify for some.

SendEarnings works differently than other survey sites in that instead of “points,” they reward you with cash. Psychologically speaking, it might discourage you to see $0.50 earning per survey instead of 50 points. They’re exactly the same value, but human minds work in strange ways. Good thing about SendEarnings is that you get $5 just for signing up. You also complete a list of tasks for $0.50. So within 10 minutes of signing up, you already earn more than $5.50. Not a bad deal for a few seconds of clicking. There are several ways you can earn cash on SendEarnings. Some ways give you a better ROI than others, but they’re all worth exploring so you can strategize better.

This is a common theme among survey sites, because surveys often look for very specific demographics. You’re bound to not qualify for a lot of them. Just spend a few minutes each time you log onto SendEarnings and answer the pre-survey questions. If you don’t qualify for any, just move on.

Getting Paid

There are several issues with getting paid on SendEarnings. First, they only send your payment by check in the mail. What year is this? They’re clearly behind when they can simply transfer the funds electronically through PayPal. Second, you only get to redeem your earnings after accumulating $30. Depending on how much time you spend on SendEarnings, this can take a long time.

Just think of it this way: on other sites that are based on points, you can often redeem points after 500 or 1,000 points. That’s only $5 or $10. If you translated SendEarnings’ $30 threshold to points, you’d need 3,000 points just to redeem.

Furthermore, they charge a $3 processing fee for each payment, which is a big slap in the face. And your check will definitely not arrive within 30 days, because they’re on what’s called a Net-30 payment schedule. This means if you order you check any day in January, they’ll process your request on March 1.

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