MindsPay is a US-based market research company that lets you make money for expressing your opinion and taking part in offers. The site puts on a great face for new users, but we’re not buying it. Read our full review to see why we think MindsPay is a total bust.
About The Company
MindsPay is just another GPT (get paid to site) that pays users to complete activities on their site.
After a thorough search, we couldn’t find much on the company itself. Some suspicions manifested when we found that the address used by the company of 2885 Sanford Ave. SW, #14119, Grandville, MI is actually that of a company called Mailbox Forwarding Inc. The true address of MindsPay is unknown.
MindsPay has a poor accreditation with the BBB (Better Business Bureau), scoring a solid F. It may seem extreme, but after reading this review you’ll understand why.
Signing up is free and simple, we’ll give them that. All you need is your name, birthday, zip code, email, gender, address, and phone number. Members are required to live in the US and be 18 years or older. Right after you sign up, you can instantly register with 5 money making sites by clicking on the ones you’d like to join. You’re usually required to join third-party sites before you can complete any of their offers, so this feature is pretty convenient.
Leaving the sign up page, you are met with a $3 bonus and questionnaire. After the questionnaire, all you have to do is confirm your email and you’re good to go. Normally signups are rigorous and then it’s easy-breezing, but sadly it’s the opposite with MindsPay. Registration will be one of the easiest tasks on this site.
MindsPay promises that all information you provide will be kept strictly confidential and used only for membership purposes. But since our little discovery discussed earlier, how can we be sure that never means never?
When you join a survey site, you are trusting them with very private information. Ends fail to meet with MindsPay, which is why we suggest being careful if you choose to disclose anything personal.
Payout with MindsPay is unpredictable, but it does happen. It all depends on if you’re willing to take some risks. Users can make money via shopping, friend referrals, focus groups, completing surveys, and reading emails (Pay Mails).
We’ll start off with the best way to make money on MindsPay, friend referrals. Refer your friends to the site and you’ll earn 20% of all of their earnings for life. This includes payouts.
Surveys make lots of money as well, but the work you put in is more tedious. Before taking the survey you have to signup up with the third-party site and confirm your email. Having to do this process for every survey will result in lots of wasted time, not to mention that the signups ask for very private information.
Reading emails is a pretty simple task and offers you about $0.25 per email. Such simplicity on a site like this always comes with a catch. Complaints reveal you’ll rarely receive credit for this type of offer.
An offer we don’t recommend taking is their product testing. Product testing is different with MindsPay. When they say you get paid to review websites, they actually mean you get cash back for paid trials owned by their advertisers. The site misleads you to think you’re making money with this offer, when in reality you’re losing money.
As expected, the complaints tipped over the review scale. From billing and collection issues to problems with products and service, there seems to be a little bit of everything. On BBB’s website, MindsPay has a total of 14 customer complaints.
Many users still get a heap of emails every day even though they requested to not be on the send list. They start off with just a few each day, and after a while they become constant. Sounds a little spammy if you ask us.
“Where is my money?!” You spend lots of precious time completing paid offers, but when it’s time for payout no credit can be found. Sadly, this is the case for lots of members on MindsPay. They spend valuable time taking part in “paid” offers to find out it’s all been wasted. Most never receive their full credit thanks to the lists of ignored customer complaints.
We could go on and on about how terrible MindsPay is, but instead we’ll let the number of complaints speak for themselves.
Is MindsPay Legit Or A Scam?
We do not recommend using this site under any circumstance. There’s no way around it, they just aren’t worth your time.
MindsPay promises a lot, but gives very little. Every day thousands of members take part in their high-paying offers, but few actually receive their due pay. For how unpredictable payout is, you shouldn’t trust them with your private information either. If they’re inconsistent with payment policies, you can almost guarantee it’ll be the same with privacy.