Is Inboxdollars Available In Nigeria?

If you are one of those that love making money online through surveys and completing other tasks, then inboxdollars is one of such websites you might be looking for.

InboxDollars is a rewards-based platform that allows users to earn cash and gift cards by completing various tasks such as taking surveys, watching videos, and reading emails, therefore, it is both a survey and get paid to the site ( GPT).

I have seen questions on many forums and also on many social media asking if inboxdollars is a wild wide survey and Gpt site. Well, this article will answer the question.

I have read some articles saying that ” inboxdollars is a global company that everybody could access from every corner of the world” well, that is true to some extent.

Although everybody could access it and register, the truth is, inboxdollars is specifically for USA citizens!

What is the use of signing up and not getting any offer or survey? well, your thought is as good as mine.

The simple answer to the question is, yes, Nigerians can register, but inboxdollars is not for Nigerians and so, you won’t make money, and even if you do, it will be very tiny and a total waste of time.

How To Sign Up For Inboxdollars

Getting into this platform is very easy. Users of the platform are able to sign up for tasks that match their demographics and interests and can earn cash for their participation.

That being said, the amount you will earn varies depending on the length and complexity of the task, but typically ranges from a few cents to a few dollars.

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However, it’s worth noting that the availability of tasks on InboxDollars can vary depending on the location and the type of research needed.

As I explained above, you can register from Nigeria, the Philippines, etc but this is a USA platform, so So many tasks, or even almost all tasks may not be available to participants in Nigeria or may have a smaller pool of participants compared to the USA.

This normally affects the earning potential for Inboxdollars users in Nigeria which makes the platform almost useless in Nigeria.

How To Increase Inboxdollars Earnings

If you are in the USA, to increase earning potential, it is important for participants to complete their profile fully and be responsive when contacted by researchers. Users can also increase their earning potential by completing as many tasks as they are eligible for and by referring friends and family to the platform.

Participants in Nigeria who are interested in using InboxDollars should also be aware of the platform’s terms and conditions, which include a non-disclosure agreement and an agreement to participate in research studies.

Also, just like many other survey platforms and GPT platforms, InboxDollars have a minimum payout threshold that users must reach before they are able to withdraw their earnings.

It’s also worth noting that InboxDollars is not the only platform available for people in Nigeria to earn rewards for completing tasks, there are other platforms available such as CashKarma, pollpay, afrisight, and Survey Junkie, etc which are also open to Nigerian participants, thus it’s important to research different platforms and compare their terms, commission rates and earning potential before signing up with them.

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Can You Use VPN For Inboxdollars?

Knowing that demography is the main barrier between you and earning money from inboxdollars in Nigeria, you may be wondering if you could make use of a VPN.

Well, Frankly speaking, am not a fan of cheating and I won’t advise so.

The truth is inboxdollars have a system that detects proxies, so if you want to cheat the system with VPN, your account will be blocked. So you can’t use VPN to access inboxdollars.


Although the platform can be accessed globally if you ask me, they don’t work with the Nigerian audience, so they don’t work in Nigeria.

So therefore, don’t try wasting your time on it because you won’t make much money even if you successfully register as a Nigerian.

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