Have you ever heard of Send Earnings? It is a pretty popular rewards – GPT site you can sign up with. But do they pay? Is it worth? How much money can you earn? I will break down all these things for you below.
My Immediate Observations
When looking around the Send Earnings website, the first thing I notice is that it's SO similar to Inbox Dollars. Everything about it looks similar and you have the same options for earning at Send Earnings as you do at Inbox Dollars. But this is not that surprising seeing as how Send Earnings is owned and operated by the same company that runs Inbox Dollars — Cotter Web Enterprises. And if you're already familiar with how Inbox Dollars works, then none of the rest of this review is going to be very surprising. Send Earnings operates in almost the exact same way.
How You Earn Money
You can earn at Send Earnings by doing the following:
- Reading emails
- Taking surveys
- Playing games
- Shopping online
- Coupon redemption
- Filling out trial offers
How You Get Paid
The only way to get paid here is via mailed check. Also, you have to have earned at least $30 in order to request your check. This could take a while obviously, but I'm reading reports that they do pay users who are following the rules.
When You Get Paid
You can expect to wait a month or two to get your money. Checks are mailed out net 30. So if you request your payment on January 31st, the check will not even get processed until March 1st.
Who Can Sign Up
Send Earnings is open worldwide. This is a good thing because there are a lot of other GPT – reward type sites that are only open to people in the US or Canada.
You get $5 just for signing up. You can earn a little money here and there by doing the surveys and opening the paid-to-read emails, but it looks like you'll make the most money through filling out the trial offers (many of which require a credit card) and also for referring friends, assuming those friends get active on the site and stay that way.
Send Earnings has a fairly lucrative referral program where you get ten percent of your friend's earnings. Remember this isn't money that gets taken away from them. They still get what they earn. It's just a bonus given to you for referring them.
Like most similar sites, there's good and bad feedback to be found online. It's hard to know for sure with the people who claim not to have been paid if they followed the rules or if they actually didn't follow the rules and that's why they weren't paid. The fact that this site is part of the company that owns Inbox Dollars makes me feel much better about it because I know for a fact Inbox Dollars is a reputable, paying site. But like all similar sites, it's very important to familiarize yourself with the terms and conditions so you don't lose or forfeit any of your earnings.
I do wish that this site and Inbox Dollars paid faster. There are other similar sites like Swagbucks and Quick Rewards where you do not have to wait quite so long to get paid.
You can go here to sign up at Send Earnings. Please comment below if you use or have used this site and tell us what you thought of it.
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