Three online sites that I've earned from, along with payment proofs. (Third edition).
I have previously written two articles on the topic of legit sites online that reward users for their activities. This is the third edition of "Three online sites that I've earned from, along with payment proofs". The first and second editions can be read here, and here respectively. As I mentioned in the previous two editions, these articles are intended for informational purposes only. These sites are great to use if you have spare time on the Internet. Many people are always skeptical when it comes to online earning, so I'm writing these articles to show people that there are money making opportunities online. As always, I encourage you to do your own research besides what you read here. Alright as in the words of Judge Mills Lane, "Lets get it on"!
I've already previously written an article about this Inboxdollars. That article was titled "How to earn and be successful on Inboxdollars". It can be read here. Inboxdollars is another online earning site that rewards it's members for their activity on the site. I've been a member of this site for a little under a year, and I've only received one payment from them. Again, this article isn't about quantity of payments, it's about whether or not sites are legit. Inboxdollars is definitely a legit paying site. The format of the site is similar to Sendearnings, which is a site that I mentioned in a previous edition of this online earning series. Since I've been a member of Inboxdollars, I've noticed several changes that have incurred on the site. For instance, Inboxdollars used to send it's members several paid e-mails throughout the course of the day or week. However, paid e-mails are now sent only once a week, and it's usually on a Friday. I've also noticed that the number of surveys sent to my inbox has decreased dramatically as well. Besides those two changes, everything seems to be fairly normal from when I first joined. As with Sendearnings, the minimum cash out threshold is $30 dollars, and the first pay out will be processed after a month's wait. Since I've yet to receive a second payment, I won't state whether or not additional payments are processed weekely. However, I've read that they are processed weekly after becoming a Gold member. As with Sendearnings, there is a $3 dollar check processing fee. Inboxdollars is one of the more popular online earning sites among users, so there is potential if you have the time and are willing to put in the effort.
Mysurvey is a survey site that I've been a member of for a few years now. I don't recall the exact date that I joined, but I would estimate that it was around early 2009. This is another site that has undergone quite a few changes over the years I've been a member. When I first started using this site, it took an extremely long time to earn enough points to redeem for a prize. The surveys offered were frequent, but the point values were very low. If I remember correctly, it took around 2000 points just to redeem a $10 check. I can't remember exactly when it was, but Mysurvey merged with another popular survey site that was known as Lightspeed Research. That's been things on Mysurvey began to change for the better. There were more redemption options implemented, and Paypal was one of them. There were also more surveys available, and it didn't take a staggering amount of points to redeem for prizes. The site became much more reasonable to use in my opinion. Mysurvey once gave it's members 5 points if they attempted a survey but didn't qualify for it. That's virtually gone out of the window now. They only give members a sweeptakes entry for surveys attempted now. I noticed this change about a year ago. I've redeemed nothing but Paypal money from this site, so that's all that is represented in the payment proof. Although Mysurvey has undergone some changes for better and for worse, it still remains a legit site to use. The photo to the right shows the number of Paypal transactions that I've done with Mysurvey. Most of them were for $10 dollars, but there are a few that were 2200 points were for $20 dollars.
Yea I know the name of this site may sound pretty weird, and I'm in total agreement with anyone else who thinks that. Hotspex is a site that I've been a member of since December 18, 2008. Members of this site are known as "Innovators", so I've been innovating since 2008. Members of this site participate in polls and surveys. The credits innovators earn are called "bux". The bux earned can be used to redeem for various rewards. The most familiar rewards are Amazon gift cards, and Paypal money. When I first started using this site, there were very few redemption options. I mainly used my bux to redeem Amazon gift cards initially. I had one incident where I had an issue with the site about an Amazon prize that I had redeemed. It resulted in me having to call a customer service number to get things straightened out. The people were nice, and they resolved the issue fairly painless. Since then, I've only redeemed Paypal money since it became an option. This site is okay overall. If you do decide to join, don't expect to receive a lot of surveys in your inbox. They are fairly far and few in between, at least with me. Besides receiving a limited amount of surveys, the surveys are fairly difficult to qualify for. They do however give you 5 bux for attempting a survey. One of the good things about Hotspex are the chances you have to win during surveys. In some of their surveys, they have a wheel that members can spin. The wheel has various prizes and extra bux that users can earn. It's a fairly cool element to add to the surveys. Attached to the right is an e-mail I received from Hotspex saying that they deposited money in my Paypal account. I erased my name and transaction ID from the e-mail for obvious reasons.
Well that concludes the third edition of the "Three online sites that I've earned from, along with payment proofs" series. I want to stress that you most likely won't get rich using these sites. However, they are great to use if you are looking to turn your activity online into some spare cash. It's a strong possibility that I will continue this series of articles. As I continue to find sites that I've earned from, I'll continue to update people on sites that are legit and honest. Thanks again for your time, and for reading.