5in5Now.com Reviews – Legit or Scam?


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5in5Now

 

5in5now.com is a website that, as the name suggests, shows you how to make 5 dollars in 5 minutes daily.  The basis of this program is to show you how to make money signing up for offers and trying out products and services.

5In5Now will also pay you for:

  • Completing Surveys
  • Referring Friends, Family and Colleagues
  • Reading Emails
  • Using the Bonus Offer Program

After completing all these activities you can cash out once you reach $25 in your account, at which point you can request payout via check or PayPal.  What 5 in 5 Now is doing is not new and there are many companies that offer this type of work.

The website is free to join but there are a couple important things to keep in mind when trying to make money with offers.  If you’re signing up for an offer make sure to read all the terms and conditions and understand what you’re signing up for.

The reason many people call these types of programs scams is because they’re not careful with what they sign up for and many times you may be billed additional charges once the trial period is over.  So if you are signing up for a product or service that you know you’re not interested in keeping make sure to cancel within the allotted time period.

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Average Rating for " 5 in 5 Now " is 1.48 out of 5 based on 21 reviews.
  • This site is totally a scam. Avoid at all cost. I strongly believe that any positive reviews on this website are posted by the proprietor or employees of 5in5 Updates. The biggest problem is that if you want to stop your subscription to this site, there is no way to do it. I can not tell you how many times I have tried to unsubscribe from their email list. That process simply does not work and the emails (lots of them) just keep coming. Don't be taken in by this scam. There are plenty of other sites like this where you can make money by reviewing products, completing surveys, or simply reading emails for points redeemable for merchandise.
  • .. Why don't you all just stop being so negative unless ya'll actually tried a Survey site.. there's alot of people out here who likes to bad mouth something cause they do not get want they want... oh wait.. that's everywhere now and day... don't talk shit or bad mouth a site unless you experience yourself.. lot of people talk shit just cause they hate something!!... Me, I been with InboxDollars for years now.. and I wasn't sure if it was going to pay til I tried it for myself and yes Inboxdollars is legit... I had brought previous gifts with that money.. I was also worried myself that the site was a scam til I learn myself.. So stop believing these foney people on here!!... 5in5 survey site might or might not be a scam but what if they not, dont just not try because some1 wrote a bad review, cause that person might be wrong!!.. I looked up on Inboxdollars before I signed up and people were saying " oh.. how much of a scam it was".. it is not a scram... So please dont trust what ppl say....
    • Nicollette, I'm. New to inbox dollars and so far so good. Only been a member for a week, haven't gotten a check yet, but soon. The one i didn't like was cash only surveys. Out of trying to take about ten surveys, i only qualified for one, but still took my time away. One said i had to take on a larger device. Well, i only have a smart phone. Computer broke. HAve you gotten inbox dollar payments ?
  • You people are dumbasses, you are reviewing how their offers are fake. Of course they're fake, that's not how you earn the money. You fill out the advertisements, the advertisers get money from that. When they confirm that you were on their site, they give you the money it specifies through 5in5.

    This happens with many sites, including Cashcrate, Inboxdollars, Sendearnings, Fusioncash, etc. This is not a new thing, yet most of the people commenting are clearly new to this sort of money making. If you haven't tried something like 5in5 before, then sod off so that other people who have done things like this can get a good understanding of what 5in5 really is.
  • I just signed up through another website, now I'm thinking I should have checked into them. I looked at my account and it says I have almost $6,000.00 in my account all related to 2012. I didn't sign up until now, Sept-2013. I'm afraid to cash out because I chose to be paid by check. If it bounces, I'm the one responsible for paying the fees...that is if I get a check. Has anyone gotten paid by this website? I don't understand how I would have this much in my account. What do I do?
  • 5in5 is a big scam. I can't believe that you guys don't know any good survey site there are tons of them.

    for beginners though if you really wanna make a little cash try Opinion Outpost they are awesome. I have made over $300 from them in under four months. I promise you join them you will get paid.
  • 5 in 5 now 'claims' they will pay you for Surveys. I earned over $25 in completed Surveys showing in that tab, but unable to Cash Out because it says $0.00. I have emailed 'support' everyday (through their site and directly) for over a month and have yet to get a single reply (only more email offers). So - Yes, 5 in 5 IS a SCAM! because they don't reply, fix, or intend to pay what they say.
  • BEWARE

    Halfway through sign-up, I wanted out. They were asking way too much information and it made me really annoyed. So I didn't submit my details.

    HOWEVER, I received like 10 emails a day from them despite this. Worse of all, when I try to log in to my account to cancel it, it says the account is not valid. So now I'm stuck with a whole bunch of stupid emails and no way to cancel it.

    scam scam scam scam scam
    • At the bottom of the emails it says unsubscribe. Thats what I did. Got sick of being bombarded with them...
    • if it's a gmail, set up a filter on it and set it for deleting. so that it deletes messages from 5in5now automatically
  • thanks for the info i wont be getting involed with this site
    • they said i won 50 dollar gift card from wendys but then they want me to buy something so i called wendys and they are looking into them
  • After I got half way through Dunkin Donuts, they tried to get me to bo theri videos. I will never pay a dime to do this. I thought it would be fun
  • They said i won a cruise but when you click the link there is a error. You have to sign up to multiple sights and you still dont make any money. Its a waste of time and energy.
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