InboxDollars / CotterWeb Enterprises
InboxDollars / CotterWeb Enterprises Customer Service Contacts
Mendota Heights, Minnesota
United States - 55120-1380
This complaint actually is about two more companies I've discovered from my work, experiences and...
It clearly states that they pay ur money as soon as u click the button y does it take a month to receive it...
I have not been able to login for 5 days now. It keeps coming up with my old email address which I no longer...
I have contacted several times and they never answer with anything but we cannot help you.
Wish I had never signed up for the service.
Downgrade account for limited activity without any way of re earning account status. However, completely inactive accounts may reactivate to full status including bonus. Will not even revisit the possibility of earning for activity.
I received an email that i won a ps4 and also a cash winner. When i click to confirm my winnings it asks me...
They really pissed me off with all those spam letters they send every day. I get over 50 emails from them each day. I'm so tired of this.
When will you calm down? My inbox doesn't work well because of your endless messages and I have to manually send them to the junk folder.
I tried to unsubscribe, but it didn't work at all. Don't know what to do.
Please, tell me what to do to get rid of this garbage.
I have downloaded several apps and followed the procedure to be paid. So far, I should have at least $10 in credits added to my current balance. I have not been paid. I only ask that I be paid for the time and data that I have used to complete tasks. I would like this to be fixed so I don't waste any more data. I feel I may be being scammed into signing up for things when I really didn't want to in the first place, but did so I can get paid.
I wish I had never subscribed to them. Stop spamming!!! Maybe it's enough to try the patience of a saint??!...
this in box dollars is a survey research that is located in mn they owe me $150 they sent the info to netspend in Austin TX that they use to pay the off the people the card is bogus got my card this week after a 10 day wait took to my bank and was told that they could not find any info on it when you call the number on back you will not be able to talk to a human this compliant is about two companys net spend is in Austin address is net spend pobox 1868 zip 78767 email [protected]@email.netspend.com the net spend is crooked as in box dollars never was able to have card turned on
Earned $40 on this website, but never received my money. After a month of waiting I contacted InboxDollars and they told me to contact my bank. The same day I called my bank, but they told me to contact InboxDollars. Emails went back and forth like this for weeks! And later they deleted my account for no reason. I joined this website to earn some extra money when I was fired from my previous job. I had no money and was so excited I've earned $40! I wasted an entire month on this website and got nothing! I recommend looking for another website to earn money, because InboxDollars are complete scammers.
This site claims you will make lots of money taking surveys and reading e-mails from them (InboxDollars.com...
Inbox Dollars promises to pay .02 for each paid email confirmed by member.
COMPLAINT no 1. Approximately one week ago I had received approximately 35 emails (only 8 were survey notications, all the rest were "Paid Emails". The reason there were so many emails is that I had not been on the site for several weeks. I confirmed 24 of the Paid Emails on that date and received messages that my account was being credited for the confirmations, however I have not received any credit for any of the confirmations completed on that day.
COMPLAINT no 2. Today I chatted with an Inbox Dollars support representative. I explained what happened but was told that I received all the credit to which I was entitled. I had already deleted the emails so I had no proof to the contrary.
COMPLAINT no 3. At the end of the Chat Session, I requested an email transcript of the session. When I received the emailed transcript it showed 0 minutes for transcript time; did not give an operator name and gave no transcript details.
I signed up with this company expecting them to deliver on their promises. Now that I see this isn't necessisarily realistic, I may be cancelling my membership. This will be a definite if there is a reoccurance of this challenge.
InBoxDollars is a website that offers to pay for surveys or paid emails that are read. They have a sign on bonus of $5.00. What they don't tell you is that they won't pay out unless your account reaches $30.00. <br />
I got the $5.00 accredited to my account and some small change when I clicked on some surveys but mostly paid emails that offer $0.25 to $0.50 to just read. That was only the first couple. Many I didn't even get anything. On the paid advertisements the advertisers pay anything from $1.00 to $10.00 if you take them up on their offers.<br />
A couple of days later I started getting SPAM which I usually get very little of along with telecallers with their scam home business offers. I never use to get those and I'm on the national do not call registry run by the FTC. I'm still trying to trace down how my phone number got released. I've notice that some of the SPAM matches the InBoxDollars paid email solicitations so it must be that they sold my email illegally to third parties. Some of the SPAM is fraudulent as it's untraceable or gets redirected to phantom websites that differ from the url you click on in the email. <br />
InBoxDollars and another similar paid email site are owned by a parent company Cotter Web site.<br />
I don't think it's worth the trouble to join these websites because of all the trouble it will lead to. I opted out of their emails Friday but continued to receive them. I contacted their customer website and told them of that and the online person said they would have to contact a customer service department for my account details. She took a long time to respond. I left email messages on the customer service sites also expressing my displeasure with them. I had to forfeit any earning as they were less than the $30 cashout.<br />
If the emails keep on coming their going to get a complaint from me to the FTC. I'm then going on a crusade to discredit them on any home business site I run across. I wouldn't have joined except they had some reasonable reviews on some blog sites but they are also relatively new. They might have had previous incarnations, many business scams do that. I'm sticking to reputable survey sites.<br />
http://mysurvey123.com has a good list of them.