FusionCash.net Program Review

August 13, 2005 · 20 comments

FusionCash.net Program Review – Updated 5/06
Please click here to join. NOTE: Free $5 to your account when you join!
Date Launched: June 1, 2005
Reward Per Dollar Spent: Varies
Minimum to Redeem: $25, with at least $15 in personal (not referral) earnings
Prizes Offered: Cash rebate
Cashout Options: PayPal, NeTeller, ePassporte Virtual Visa, Check. See site for details.
Earn Cash For: Initial registration, signups, referrals ($1 each and an additional $2 when they cash out — spamming with your link strictly prohibited)
List of All Offers: http://www.fusioncash.net/alloffers.php
Limit One Account Per: U.S. household, age 18+ (under 13 with parental permission).
Comments:
1. Be SURE to remember the .NET in the address. The .com domain, owned by someone else, is an adult site.
2. The site currently has over 250 offers, some which require a credit card and some that do not.
3. FusionCash’s rates are very competitive compared to similar sites, offers credit quickly, and if you do need to contact customer service they’re fast and helpful.
4. Payout is once monthly, by the 20th of the month following your request. They routinely pay early, though, as you can see from my account history below, in fact, it seems they pay earlier every month:
Requested $67.00 PayPal on 12/18/05 and paid on 12/20/05
Requested $116.00 PayPal on 12/30/05 and paid on 1/19/06
Requested $84.60 PayPal on 1/31/06 and paid on 2/19/06
Requested $68.20 PayPal on 2/28/06 and paid on 3/15/06
Requested $107.10 PayPal on 3/31/06 and paid on 4/11/06
Requested $39.00 PayPal on 4/30/06 and paid on 5/5/06.
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Ginger August 15, 2005 at 8:13 am

I joined. I used an old email address just in case it generates a ton of email. I hope this is a good one and we don’t have to use 100% true info because I don’t want every offer sending me junk snail mail either.

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FusionCash August 19, 2005 at 5:31 pm

Just wanted to drop in to let you guys know that we’ve increased our referral payouts:
- Refer a user: $1
- Your referral completes his/her first offer: $2
- Your referral cashes out: $2
Hopefully this makes us a little more attractive :)

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Andrew Fowler April 29, 2006 at 5:52 pm

they refuse to pay me.

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Becky May 6, 2006 at 8:44 am

Did you ask them why? I’ve never had any problems with them at all, and any time I’ve ever had a question, they answered me thoroughly and promptly. Unless you’re violating their terms of service, I can’t imagine why they wouldn’t pay you.

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Ken May 25, 2006 at 10:40 am

I’m working on building my cash balance toward my first redemption at FusionCash and must say I find it to be one of the more tedious reward programs in which I’ve ever participated. Although they are very prompt to credit your account, I’m not sure that enduring the “pain” of qualifying is worth it — going through endless pages of shopping “surveys” and having to click “no” to dozens of silly offers, registering for sweepstakes that result in your mail box being swamped with a horde of junk e-mails, and signing up for free trials of services you don’t really want anyhow. If I ever get to the point of enough of a balance to redeem, I think I’ll be throwing in the towel on FusionCash. In my experience, many other programs — MyPoints (even with its recent problems), E-rewards, and MySurvey — are a lot easier to get a return for your efforts.

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Anonymous July 4, 2006 at 5:06 pm

Great site. Highest payout of any of the sites I have signed up at. Only complaint is that it can be difficult to find an offer in a category that may interest me as there are very few categories to categorize by.

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Steven Venlada July 25, 2006 at 12:21 pm

I used Fusioncash for awhile, however 1/3 of my offers never credited even though I did everything I was supposed to. When I asked Support about it, they just told me that happens sometimes and they don’t get paid, which means I don’t get paid. NOTHING about that in the TOS. So I did about $320 worth of offers, and only cashed out about $180. It can literally take up to 4 months for some of those offers to credit (if they do at all).
Site started out as cool until I actually tried to get my money from it. Oh yeah, they also had their paypal priviledges revoked so they have to send manual checks.

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Becky July 27, 2006 at 10:21 am

Actually, FWIW, FusionCash’s PayPal account was reinstated…it was only out of service for two weeks.
I’m sorry to hear that you had offer crediting problems! I haven’t had a single problem there, myself, and I’ve been paid seven times, ranging from $35 to $116 (just depending on how much time/effort I put into completing offers every month).
If it helps — it’s always best to delete your cookies and cache before completing offers, to turn off popup and cookie blockers, and to be sure you’re not using a proxy server or a public computer… and remember that if you’ve completed the same offer on a different rewards program, it’s very likely that you won’t be paid for doing it a second time.

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Mary Ann July 28, 2006 at 3:36 am

Actually, not only will you not be credited for completing offers that you’ve completed before at a different site (or for that matter, if you’ve ever purchased from a sponsor on your own before), but your account will be terminated, and you will lose any earnings you have in your account.
When I learned that this is their policy, and that they are very strict with delivering terminations, I was worried that I’d lose the large amount I had in my earnings, so I contacted them and told them that I had done this, not realizing that this is against terms at the time of doing the offers. I requested that my requests for these offer credits go unpaid, and that they could overlook it this time.
They answered, that if I promised to not do this again, that I can keep the credits I’d already earned. I took this to mean that I still had an active account…I had not been told otherwise, and my account log-in was not disabled, so I had no reason to think that I was being told that I was hence not going to be a member.
I continued using their site and completed more offers, one’s I’d never done ever before, one’s that were costly.
Then a month later after spending perhaps $100 more, I was termed, without explantion, just when the cashout was about the be paid.
Finally, after weeks of trying to contact them, I learned, from what I gather, that I had been terminated because of what I had told them of completing offers I’d done before. Yes, maybe I’d have been terminated anyway, if I had not brought this up myself, but at the time they had told me that as long as I didn’t do it anymore, it would be ok. I know I did not misread this at the time, but they now tell me it meant that I was terminated then. They did end up paying the amount that I had requested cashout for, 2 months previously, but all the earnings since that time, which was a far greater amount, I lost. And I suppose they keep, as they were already paid for these offers by their sponsors?
I do not recommend FusionCash, unless you read their TOS policy thoroughly, because I lost so much in costs and time and then was misled when I contacted them after learning of their policies, trying to be fair. I feel they go overboard in their strictness.
I however think that they are genuinely trying to deliver good leads to their sponsors, as they state as being the reason why they are so strict. Its just that don’t have any leniency, whatsoever, in how they deliver their “disactivated” accounts. I don’t know what else I could’ve done. It was a bad experience for me. I hope that this message may help someone else. I had nearly $200 dollars that I now won’t be paid.

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PD March 9, 2007 at 5:23 pm

The payouts are good, the customer service is ok, but their rules are too strict.
I think that it’s ridiculous that you can’t get credited for an offer there if you ever completed it before, even if it wasn’t completed before on the Fusion Cash website.
I prefer Quizpoints, very user friendly,good customer service, much more reasonable rules, good payouts- Fusion Cash is too anal for me, but to each his own.
PD

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Jon Bales April 8, 2007 at 4:30 pm

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Lisa July 19, 2007 at 10:58 am

I am also have issues with them! After I requested my pay out for the offers that they actually credited me for, I received an email that an $18 offer has now been denied!! have the print out with my reference number and I have my cancellation number too! Why would I need to cancel something if I had never registered for it? It is very aggervating, combined with the fact that I completed a handful of offers under $7 that I can’t request manual payment for! I’m not sure if I will continue or not?!?!

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kristin July 25, 2007 at 8:22 pm

I haven’t had a problem with them so far I a fairly new but I have received my money. I do have a question, I am trying to make this a part time job and I wanted to know if there were any similar sites that were legitimate that I could do in addition to fusioncash? I would really appreciate good and useful answers as I am single and have two little boys to support. THANKS!

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B13 August 10, 2007 at 2:20 am

hello!
i made my first cashout and it is pending :)
i hope everything will be ok.
thanx fusioncash!

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FYI April 18, 2008 at 8:47 pm

I’d stay away from FusionCash. They have a history of denying payments to their users for no apparent reason, often citing that it’s the user’s fault they are not being paid. Yet they can’t provide proof of the alleged violation(s). Finally, when pressed further they will tell you you’re not paid because the advertisers haven’t paid them. They violate their own policies and make up rules as they go along to withhold payments.
They are uncooperative, lying sob’s, and unethical. They have their employees post bogus comments on the forums to make it appear as if the satisfaction rates among users are high, when in reality, it is a nightmare, especially when you are trying to get paid.
Do not fall for the posts where people are bragging how much they earned. What good is it to spend your time accumulating earnings when you will inevitably be denied payment in the end. All you’ll do is work for FC for free while they laugh about you behind your back.
Shrouded in the cloak of anonymity, they will stoop to the lowest level to cheat mostly students and stay-at-home moms out of their money. They do it because they can. This population of people won’t take them to small claims court. I’m waiting for the day when someone will.
Many of been scammed so be forewarned.

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TracyTullus April 19, 2008 at 6:46 am

again FusionCash Is A Great site.I Been Paid Numberous Times.No By the Time i wrote this Message there are A 100 Gpt Sites Like this That will State in Tos Can Only Do Offers 1 Time (EVER!!).not 1 Time Each Site! So Buddy Lay Off FusionCash.They Rock!!:)

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sherel June 4, 2008 at 5:52 pm

Fusion Cash is terrible. They denied my cash out because if i did the same offer twice. Stamps. com to be specific. I did the offer more than a year ago and in different how am i suppose to remember that. They are such scammers. I would never take that chance again

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Sandra June 21, 2008 at 7:55 pm

I’m a new member to fusioncash.net, and I’m already having problems. I registered and logged in, clicked on things for 5 hours, joined netflix and completed other offers when emails for confirmation were sent to me and clicked on many that I did not complete. Fusioncash logged me in for four clicks and said that I accidently logged into another account! HA! HOW!? I never logged out! It’s also odd to see emails coming to my email address from the clicks that I supposedly never clicked. I’m not happy already, and I should have already earned enough to cashout, but there is only a small amount in my account. I believe that there is a problem in their system that not all the clicks were registered.

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Zythrix July 24, 2008 at 2:55 pm

Well. I’ve yet to see any hardcore evidence against FusionCash.net.
All I see are a lot of people who screwed themselves, or people basing a statement on something they heard a while back online. My friend that I’ve known for 8 years now has received over $300 in cashouts, I believe him over any internet naysayers. As far as not getting paid for completing an offer twice, well you should have read the TOS. It’s your fault you can’t remember what offers you’ve done in the past, not FC’s. I’ve worked my way up to about $35 in 1 day so far and I haven’t even entered a credit card number yet.
I’m quite tired of all the crying that it’s a scam and a ripoff when it’s just people getting caught by their own f*ck-ups.
Shrouded in a cloak of anonymity?
FusionCash, Inc.
PO Box 1081
Santa Cruz, CA 95061-1081
Tyler Derheim
CEO, FusionCash, Inc.
Tel. 714-276-9105
Fax 714-276-9073
…real anonymous.
Some people need to think before they speak.

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Flossie Laforest November 27, 2019 at 4:50 am

That’s interesting! I have been looking for a place like this for quite
a very long time.

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