Fusion Cash is a program that offers rewards and payments to their users in exchange for participating in a variety of advertiser sponsored activities. They are one of the longest standing companies providing this type of service and have been in business for over 12 years.
Essentially they have created a marketplace where advertisers can get cheaper views/clicks and users can get compensated for their participation as active participants.
Some of these options include: paid surveys, paid videos, paid radio, paid to click, paid tasks, cashback shopping, paid to search, and more.
This robust system allows users to be engaged continually and, while not treating this as a job, make some steady side money.
Get paid for offers with Fusion Cash:
The basis of the program is trying out new services for trial periods, usually 30 days. In return you’ll be paid between $5 and $20 and all you have to do is cancel at the end of the trial period.
This works for a while and you can make a bit of extra cash with this method but eventually you run out of available offers. Also Fusion Cash has a very particular terms of service policy and many complaints and scam accusations stem from people failing to abide by them.
Fusion Cash Payments:
The minimum payment threshold for Fusion Cash is $25, of which 15 has to be in personal not referral earnings. They have an online payment availability through PayPal which speeds up the process of getting your money.
One thing that you should keep in mind is that if you don’t cash out an offer within 180 days it will expire and you won’t get paid. Also, when signing up for trial offers read all agreement policies carefully to be sure you know when to cancel in time, also some may have shipping and handling fees so keep your eyes open.
A downside to Fusion Cash is that since the majority of participating advertisers are US based the opportunity is only available to Americans. Non US residents can check out our top rated courses above for global opportunities.
If you need assistance you can submit a message at www.fusioncash.net/support.php. You can also try reaching them at their phone number (406) 872-0020.
If you wish to cancel your account you can unsubscribe from their email list and follow instructions from your members access area.
If you do cancel you will not be allowed to create another account ever again – they do this to limit people from applying for the same offers more than once.
Fusion Cash has an A rating with BBB due to their attentiveness in resolving customer issues. However they do also have mixed online reviews and complaints of people not receiving payments and having technical issues while performing surveys.
It is important to read all the fine print on their FAQ page which outlines in detail all the procedures and stipulations associated with successfully receiving a payment.
They also have an active community forum where users communicate and share tips and tricks for navigating their offers. Members can also post any questions they have there and receive help from veteran Fusion Cash users.
Competitors and Alternatives:
Some other popular get paid to sites include SwagBucks, Inbox Dollars, Survey Junkie, InstaGC, and the Ibotta App.
All these companies follow a similar business model where you agree to actively participate sponsored advertising and market research in return for kickbacks and rewards.
Again in order to succeed with these opportunities it’s important to stay organized and carefully read all the terms. It’s also wise to get a separate email address to use for receiving offers and ads to protect your main account from spam.
If you have tried Fusion Cash please leave a review below and let our readers know if you had success cashing out and how you found the overall experience.
Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints
About three months ago, I got an email invite from Fusion Cash to do a short survey. I did so and received 50 cents for the survey but from this survey, I was able to participate in a one hour phone interview that was going to pay me $100 in about 6 weeks. About a month later, my account was credited with $20.00 for a survey that I had done. I assumed it to be the phone interview and I furthermore assumed that the client was not happy with my interview but nevertheless gave me $20.00. I was satisfied.
On Tuesday, June 26th, I did some morning things on Fusion Cash and noticed that my
account had been credited for previous opportunities. I worked on some of my other sites and then I went grocery shopping. When I returned home, I checked my emails and I had received an email from Fusion Cash telling me that my account had been credited for $100 for the phone interview that I had done a few months back.
I was ecstatic but confused as to the $20 that I had received 6 weeks or so ago. I went to my Fusion Cash account and had to log in which i thought was strange because I always remain logged in. The money was not in my account. I went back to the email and saw that I read the email correctly. Then I went back to Fusion Cash and had to log in again. My account began to act strangely and then a notification came up that my account was restricted for security reasons. It went on to say that it would be restricted until a CSR could check it out and if everything checked out, I would be allowed access to my account again.
I have opened a support ticket. I have sent emails to support. No one has responded and my account remains restricted.
On Friday, I opened a complaint with the BBB.
So Fusion Cash sent me an email informing me that my account had been credited $100 for the phone interview and then immediately went to my account and restricted it.
I do not know what to think. It feels like my money has been stolen. If this had happened to me when I only had $15 in my account, I would have blown it off but it happened right after Fusion Cash gave me $100 on behalf of the client.
I have been doing research and Fusion Cash is owned by Tyler Denheim. it seems like it is a one person operation and a home based business. So, if Tyler finds a reason to restrict your account, he gets to keep the money, right?
I have also been reading that many other past members have been denied their earnings for one reason or another.
I suggest that you open a complaint with the Better Business Bureau.
If anything changes, I will update.
Before this experience, I would have given Fusion Cash maybe 3 1/2 stars but now, ???? I will continue to give them the benefit of the doubt and 2 1/2 stars.
Tyler Denheim owns Fusion Cash. As far as I can tell, he is the only employee and it is a home based business.
There are lots of former members who have had experiences like we both have. One of Fusion Cash's claim to fame is that they have an A plus rating with the BBB. If more persons filed complaints, he would not.
Who would get a court order for cashing out $30.
Contacted customer service... All in vain.
Dont join Fusioncash and if you are tempted to join at least try cashing out at minimum amount of $30. so that you'll know the real picture of Fusioncash.
Yes, they are definitely a SCAM and FRAUD.