Name: Fusion Cash
Overall Rating: 3/5 stars
There has been a bit of buzz of of late about a certain work from home system known as “Fusion Cash”. If you have not heard of it, here is a simple run down of what you can expect.
All you really have to do is simply click a link, fill out a survey or some sort of form, and you are on your way to making money right there at your computer screen.
Sounds great, right? Well, in theory, yes, but, like most good things, there always seems to be a catch. Here is what I’ve learned about “Fusion Cash” and what it can (or can’t) do for you.
When you first log onto the site you will find the first thing you’ll notice is that it’s not just surveys, but all sorts of ways to make a bit of extra cash.
You can do everything from becoming a secret shopper to playing TV trivia games! That’s sounds fun, doesn’t it?
That means you could just sit in your jammy jams all day and basically play a real life version of your favorite game shoes and actually get paid! And if that doesn’t fit your fancy, how about shopping?
Let’s face it, you were going to go out and buy a roll or two of bathroom tissue today anyway, you might as well make a dime from running errands, right? And it doesn’t end there.
There is a list of options of what you can do to make a little extra spending money from this site that has been well established for about ten years now.
Whether you want to just sit at home watching TV or earning gift cards just by clicking a link, you have got you pick. But let’s look at the big question that is on most people’s minds when doing word from home jobs.
But Can I Pay my Bills With it?
Now, granted, everyone’s bill situation is different. Maybe you live at home with Mom and Dad and have no rent or perhaps you own a home and keep your living expense way way down, but, there is a better chance you spend well over a thousand dollars a month just to eat and have a roof over your and your families heads.
So what does this mean for you? Well, the truth is, as with any and all work from home sites, it is impossible to judge just how much income you can make from a single web site.
Unlike your average 9 to 5 where you know how much you’ll be paid for how many hours, in a situation like this, there is no guarantee.
Complaints of Fusion Cash
One of the main issues that most people have with this site in particular is how easy it is for you to disqualify for your hard earned income.
If you do not meet the required amount of time, clicks, or task, your money is no longer available.
Furthermore, you have to have a set certain amount in your account before you see a single penny.
You can have over $300 in referral money by talking friends and family into helping you out, you wouldn’t so much as be able to buy a pack of gum with that unless you have at least $15 worth of your task completed.
Not only that, but you have to have a balance over all of at least $25 just to be able to cash out. That hardly seems fair, but, you get what you pay for (or “work” for as the case may be).
Sure, you’ll get sign up bonuses, but if there are so many loop holes to jump through that it looks like you’ll never see a check. Then what is the point of putting any time and effort in at all?
On a Positive Note
Now, there are some good things in this site. One is, as mentioned, they have been around for 10 years. Scams do not stick around that long so you do have that going for you.
Another is the fact that this company is actually Better Business Bureau accredited with an A+ rating, so you know that have faced their fair share of scrutiny in order to keep going for so long.
There is no sign up fee, in fact, you’re given $5 just for signing up. But probably the most interesting thing about this site is the fact that they have a forum!
If they WERE in fact a scam, why would they have an entire message board devoted to their clients just sitting around taking about how awful they were?
Not to mention the face that, unlike a lot of sites out there, they give you the safe and easy option to receive your pay with the security of the likes of PayPal instead of using your own credit card and/or bank account.
In the world of scam sites, if you ask me, that is almost unrepresented. All in all, these are all very interesting things to consider when signing up for a work from home site.
What I didn’t Like
But, scam or not, there are still some draw backs. Again, they can disable your account for virtually any reason. Now, there is not a lot of reports of this happening, but it’s always a possibility and if you sign a legal document that says that it is okay for them to do that, then they, in fact, can.
And yes, you have to have a certain amount of money in your account before you can actually cash out, which, is fine, but when you consider that Fusion Cash provides surveys through a third party that in and of itself can cancel out any effort you have done, this fact seems like something that should be further researched.
Name: Fusion Cash
Overall Rating: Legit
It is really hard to find legit sites and Fusion Cash just so happens to be one of them. With the fact that they use Paypal, says a lot about them.
If you are looking for a way to make some extra cash this can help. Just know that you are not going to make what you think you’re going to make.
In the End
Ultimately, the people over at Fusion Cash are not bad folks. Their business is legit and they do seem to do they best they can to keep their clients happy and paid.
That being said, however, there seems to be far too many draw backs and flaws in the overall set up to actually make any kind of a decent living with this site.
My advice? If you’ve got some free time and don’t mind a few hours every day on the computer filling out boring survey and after boring survey, then go right on ahead and sign up, but-I wouldn’t quit my day job if I were you.