Send Earnings Review – Paid Emails & Surveys – Is Legit?

send earnings review - paid emails - legitWelcome to my Send Earnings Review,

Send Earnings – can you make money with them?

Okay, so Send Earnings is another one of those get-paid-to-read-emails take surveys websites. It’s very similar to another program that I just reviewed called InboxDollars.

I can tell you that this is not much better than that program and as I mentioned before, there are a lot better and easier ways to make money online from home.

But don’t take my word for it, let me show you proof of one of my income streams here.

A lot of people have fallen into online money making scams and if you have then you’re in good company. So don’t be too hard on yourself.

Making money taking surveys online sounds so easy and even too good to be true.

Can you make money taking surveys?

Yes you can.

But it’s not whether you can or not that you should be thinking about – but really, how much can you make!

Send Earnings Review : What is Send Earnings?

Send earnings is a website where you can register to take surveys and read emails and do other things to make money online.

A quick send earnings review reveals that this site will pay you $5 to sign up!

Of course there is a catch and I’ll go into that soon, but in essences you can have $5 in your send earnings account the minute you sign up.

Money for nothing right?


So here’s the catch.

In order for you to redeem that $5 bucks, you would to have accumulated $30 worth of earnings.

No worries you say, I’ll just get hooked up after I read a few emails, complete a couple surveys and what not.

But at $0.20 per email and $0.50 a survey, how long do you think this is gonna take you?

Send Earnings Reviews : Is Send Earnings a Scam?

Calling Send Earnings a scam may be a bit of a reach.

They do give you the opportunity to earn some cash but you will have to be really really dedicated to the job at $0.2 per email read and hours and hours of survey taking at roughly fifty cents per survey.

I would not want to say it was a scam but it would be very difficult to make that $30 to ever be able to take out the $5 initial dollars that they gave you for signing up!

How Do You Make Money With Send Earnings?

There are a couple of different ways that you can make money with send earnings however after a send earnings review it became blatantly obvious that you could never make any real money with this site.

Reading emails, taking surveys (many of which you would not qualify for based on the companies criteria for the product) and other tasks at the rate that they are willing to pay it would have to be done more than full time to realize any real income.

Summary of Send Earnings

The bottom line is there are much better ways to make money online than to work with send earnings. The potential to make any real money is very low and it seems like it is a lot of work for very little return.

Ultimately it is a waste of time and effort.

Learn how to create a full-time income online here.

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24 thoughts on “Send Earnings Review – Paid Emails & Surveys – Is Legit?”

        • I don’t know of any as such, but if the survey company has a contact form then it’s best to ask them directly.
          This is also a good way of seeing if they respond to customer inquiries. If you don’t get a response, then don’t join them, because this could be a sign that you might not get paid either.

  1. Yes, I’m was wondering about how long will my account on sendearings be terminated? I had $32.45. When are are going to notify me?

  2. My recommendation is to skip this site and concentrate on others out there. You have to go through at least 20 surveys before getting credit for even one, and even then it is for only $.60. The minimum to cash out is $30.00 and they deduct $3 out of it for processing. It takes 4 to 5 months to earn #27.00 from this site. Not a good return for your time. You have to go through approx. 1,000 surveys to earn $27.00. You do the math.

  3. I’ve worked for send earnings and I made it to $30. They sent me a check, but everywhere I go they will not cash it! The banks and check cashing places told me that it’s in the computer that they can’t cash my check. I don’t have a clue why, but I am so frustrated and don’t know what to do! I’ve sent send earnings messages and they have not yet returned any of my messages. What do I do now?

    • Hi Sheena, I know its been awhile since you posted, but any check cashing place should cash it for you. They’re a lot more lenient on checks from third parties or unknown companies. I’d try there.

    • I know for a fact (because of the name I used to sign up) that they have sold my phone number to at least two phone bank type companies who have been phoning me numerous times each day. This is a scam! Run away from it .

  4. Those 2 cent per e-mail — e-mails? Been doing it for about 6 years and on average one can expect to collect twice a year — on the $30.00…… But, there IS a processing fee, so unless you read enough e-mails to offset that expense, you’ll collect about $27.00 . There’s a place on the site which allows you to ask for the check

    But you WILL collect. They’re NOT scamming you.

    I don’t do the surveys. but you CAN make .25 to $5.00 (again, averaging, okay?) per survey if you have the time, which I don’t.

    Why do I do I do it? Well, my $27.00 goes to my humane society.

    Good luck


  5. Send Earnings have paid out for me. Took 2 weeks to receive my check in the mail. My bank had no problems with cashing the check.
    K Fortson

  6. This website is a scam, i spent 1 year accomplishing the offers, at the end, when i asked for the paiement 30$ they removed all the money from my account and sent me email telling me that my account has been deleted…..????!!!!??
    Never trust them
    All that time wasted …

    • That’s because there are no rules governing this site take your complaint to the workforce or better business bureau that will make certain it gets investigated and it is the best way to squees the money they owe out. If enough of us complain we can get them shut down.

  7. I really enjoy sendearnings a lot! I have been doing it for years and it started off slow but the last 2 years I have made $300 per year and even have $200 this year. It is not a scam and when I question about promos that I didn’t get credited they took the time to figure it out and solve the problem. Good Luck!

  8. Send erning can be an OK place to make money. I have a problem getting surveys though and each time o complain it seems to get worse. Also it seems to cater more to Latino populations with 5 out of 6 surveys disqualifying you as soon as you click white. I’ve tested this and been approved each time I hit Latino.
    It’s a good sight with terribly unethical employees who only answere to one complaint out of twenty

  9. Hi frank

    What is the best way to make money online then? Are there any legit “get paid to take surveys” out there?
    Thank you in advance.

  10. This is a complete scam. I get several emails a day & all saying “please click on the email to accept my $670.00 payout.

    You just go round & round answering more questions then ultimately you get to these survey sites that always have the same amount of spots left every day forever.

    I was new to this sector of the internet, but didn’t take long for me to see these people are predators that feed off low income people trying to find legitimate work, but which in reality is how they get your personal information to sell to line their own pockets with no link or information regarding the original email sent to you.

    I’m sorry..maybe I am just naive in expecting companies that email me in my regular mail..not spam folder are legitimate.

    Please someone tell me how they get away with this. Isn’t it called false advertising to use suck you in then sell your personal information for their profit?

    I for one a college graduate familiar with the law have to wonder what all these government consumer protection web sites are for? Possibly the same thing? Who protects who here?

    If nobody complains about this, but like sheep just keep clicking on their legitimate sounding emails how will this ever stop?

  11. Send earnings is a scam. They real you in with a $5 sign up bonus then it takes hours to earn pennies. 9 out of 10 surveys disqualify participants after they get what they need, by seeking the market research questions into the long, annoying and repetitive qualification questions.

    Long story short, getting to their $30 payout minimum is not likely so they are in fact scamming you out of your time.

    I prefer Survey Junkie, they reward you if you don’t qualify and I’ve been able to cash in twice in a month.


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