How to cashout/cash out on fanbox?
Is fanbox.com a really paying site?
How to get cash from fanbox?
Is fanbox scam, fraud or do they pay real money for blogs?
Does fanbox pay cash and send you checks/cheques?
How can I get money from fanbox?
How do I get my money from this site?
All these questions and more are posted by people who are members/users of the fanbox.com
web site and all they want is to get the money that they think they earned by having a blog
or several blogs on fanbox.com that they write on. These blogs are a part of their fanbox.com account and a part of the fanbox web site and according to the fanbox promises that they prominently have published
right on their home page the fanbox will pay these bloggers for the time that other people spend
on visiting their blogs.
I have found a lot of complains all over the internet from different people that talk about
fanbox being a spam engine that sends people lots of emails trying to make them sign up
for a fanbox.com account. Apparently those emails don't give a clear explanation about
how they got the email address of the person receiving it nor do they have a clear statement
about how to stop those emailings.
The email addresses of those recipients made it on the fanbox.com email list when the
unsuspecting new users of the fanbox trustfully provided fanbox with the information necessary
to access their personal email address book and everyone of their friends and their brother
became a prospect for the fanbox.com email campaign.
So far no evidence has been found of any real fanbox.com member receiving any actual real payments
in the form of check/cheque or by any other means from the fanbox.com website. The customer service
representative in downtown San Diego, California readily explains that yes, all you have to do to start
earning money on the fanbox.com website is start a blog, add some content to it and you are on your way
to your first check from the fanbox. From the day you accumulate $25 on your account for the visits
to your blog you're just 75 days away from your first cashout request and the check should arrive
to your real mail box shortly after that.
On the fanbox.com web site however, I have not found any member that would say yes, I have received
the checks/cheques for my blogs and would show a clear way to the successful procedure of requesting a check.
Lots of members have well over $25 in fanbox money in their accounts and the blogger leader board
on the fanbox.com homepage shows earnings as high as $5000 and more while the site itself is well older
than 75 days with the paying blogging platform being in place for at least one year according to the words
of the customer service representative of the company.
The confused fanbox.com members questions about those unreceived promised payments are posted
all over the fanbox web site in their everyday communications through the friends walls, friends news feeds,
forums, pictures comments, comments on the forum posts or anywhere where it's possible to do so.
None of those posts received a helpful answer on the cash-out procedure from the fellow members/ users of the site or the fanbox support/ customer service department. The forum or help desk doesn't get much attention from anyone who works for the fanbox and should have the right information.
A few answers posted on the forum/ help desk by the moderators or fanbox employees are not at all useful to say the least, they consist vague meaningless statements repeated in slightly different ways with the same lack of real information with the addition of links to the same answerless forum/ help desk that they are posted on. Some of those links lead nowhere, they are simply broken.
So the questions about how to get money/ cash earned for blogs, how to request a check/ cheek, how to cashout on fanbox still have not been answered.
The fanbox.com is a social network site that receives well over 1,5 million views/visits a month with the
absolute majority of users located in the Mid. East and is owned by the company located in San Diego, CA.
The membership is free as well as an option of having more than one blog on the site with the potential
to earn money.
Other options that require a payment include various apps (applications) on the site and/or advertising
a user's blog for more exposure to other members on the fanbox.com web site.
Other names associated with the same company are sms.com, funbox.com, mobileguard.com.
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