Is Fusion Cash Legit? What IS Fusion Cash?

Is Fusion Cash legit? What is Fusion Cash? How can you make cash with Fusion Cash anyway?what is the fusion cash scam

What Fusion Cash is and How It Works

Fusion Cash is a “Get Paid To” (GPT) site, where you get paid to do small little stuff, like take short surveys, sign up for offers and click on advertisements. You must live in the US or Canada to sign up and it is free to join.

There are a number of ways you can earn cash with Fusion Cash. You can:

  • Take surveys. There are one-time surveys and there are daily surveys. Surveys can take between 5-20 minutes (on average) and pay around 50 cents to a dollar. You will not qualify for every survey, but if you get disqualified from a survey you can get one cent as a bonus for trying.
  • Sign up for offers. There are other programs that you can sign up for free and there are offers that require you to sign up for a free trail or to pay a dollar or two. These offers can net you a couple of dollars each – some more, some less.
  • Get paid to watch videos. By watching videos of sponsored by companies, you can earn a few cents each.
  • Get paid to listen to the radio. You can earn 3 cents for 30 minutes of listening to music and ads.
  • Get paid 2 cents for reading their daily email.
  • Get paid to “click.” These include visiting web pages and clicking on ads. You can earn 15 cents a day by clicking on four links.
  • Get paid to do “tasks.” These are small tasks from CrowdFlower, a micro-task site. For those that are unfamiliar with the term, it allows you to earn a few cents by completing small tasks such as data entry and micro-surveys.
  • Get paid to call. Yeah, call some salesman and you will earn a few bucks. There’s not that of these many available.
  • Get paid to do stuff on your phone, like download apps.
  • Get paid for referring friends – $1 when they sign up, $2 when they complete their first offer, and $5 every time they cash out (you must earn at least $15 on your own to be able to cash out on these).

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What Is the Payment Process At Fusion Cash?

  1. You must have $25 in your account.
  2. Of these $25, $15 must not be from bonuses (such as from referring friends or the bonus you get when disqualified from a survey).
  3. You can get paid through PayPal (available in the US and Canada), check, or direct deposit (these two are only available in the US).
  4. You must verify your phone number via SMS before you cash out (this also prevents someone from having multiple accounts).
  5. You will get paid on the 20th of the month after you request a payout. For example, if you request a payout on February 5th, you will get paid on the 20th of March.
  6. Points do expire (after 180 days).

 

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So, Is Fusion Cash Legit? And Is it Worth It? Can It Really Be True?

Yes, Fusion Cash is legit. They actually have an A+ rating at the BBB (check it up) (at the time of this writing).

As to whether it is worth it, that will be up to you, the reader. Are you looking for a realistic earning opportunity? Nope, don’t look here. Are you looking for some additional income? Nope, this does not have much to offer in that sense. In those cases, perhaps you should look into something else, like freelance writing or online marketing.

But if you aren’t looking for a “job,” and you enjoy spending your extra time doing small and easy tasks while you watch your piggy bank grow, then this can be for you. It may not be as fun as watching a movie, but there’s a reward.

Perhaps you are a young teen looking for some extra cash but you do not want to commit yourself to a job. Hey, there’s good news for you! If you live in the US, you can sign up if you are at least 13 years of age, provided that you have parental permission (no signing needed); just make sure you have a way to get paid.

Conclusion

Yep, it’s legit. Now it’s up to you to decide whether this is worth your time.

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16 Comments

  1. Rosa

    Hi Ben,

    Never heard of Cash Fusion before. I’ve done surveys before and I didn’t really like doing that. Out of all the surveys I’ve done, I’ve only earned $6 for a time span of one year, may a year and half almost.

    For someone who’s looking to make enough to pay bills, this does not sound like it’s the right program to join. I can see how you pointed out how this would be good for a teen or anyone just wanting to make a little extra cash. Good post.

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Yeah, I really do not understand the incentive to do online surveys, unless you are maybe a teen without the need for a real job and you have no experience either.

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  2. Margaret

    Sites like Cash Fusion are legitimate but they pay very little. I have been doing surveys for years and the little extra cash I get is nice but it won’t make you rich. sometimes a survey takes 20 minutes and pays 50c. Do you find that you don’t get enough jobs from them to make it worth while financially? I am a little confused about signing up for free offers. Is this testing or trailing products? How much time would you have to spend on this program a day to actually earn very much money?

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Margeret,

      The free offers are usually not actual physical products sent to you. Rather, they are opportunities to sign up for other survey sites and free trials to services similar to Gamefly etc..

      You certainly will not get enough jobs to make this company worthwhile. And even if you do manage to spend 15 hours a day working for them, you will not earn more than a few dollars.

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  3. John

    I like your review, it is helpful to understand this type of opportunity as a way to fill your piggy bank, but not to make a real living. I wonder if there is an alternative that you can spend about an hour a day on to help make some more significant cash?

    As far as your blog, I like the setup with the ‘ads’ at the bottom. How do you set that up? Is that a wordpress add-on? Is that something you sign up for like ad sense (google) and it randomly shows up?

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi John,

      If you are looking to make some real money online for about an hour a day, I suggest you go into freelance writing. For the long run, you should definitely think of setting up a website and monetizing it.

      As for your second question, I assume you are talking about the “you may be interested in” thing. Those are actually my own posts that are displayed, so I don’t get paid for them. There are many WordPress plugins that you can use, and I recommend Shareaholic. By default, Shareaholic also displays content from other websites, which you do get paid for if someone clicks on them, but you can change it to only include your own content.

      Another plugin is Sumome, which will display content from other websites on your site in exchange for displaying your content on other sites.

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  4. Dan Billsby

    I agree! FusionCash is the best place to start earning Real Cash doing the thing you already do on the internet: watch videos, chat with friends, read emails, etc. I have many hundreds of dollars with FusionCash and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to make a little extra money online.

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Thanks for sharing, Dan 🙂

      Reply
  5. Chris

    This site seems like a poor man’s version of Clixsense, but at least they are paying and they have a good online rating. These rewards sites are great for people looking to bump up their monthly wages – but not so good for bringing in a living ( as you point out! ). Nice review – thanks for covering this!

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Not sure about bumping up your monthly wages -I don’t think the potential earnings are adequate for that. But you could earn some slow, little cash here and there.

      Reply
  6. Micah

    Hi Ben, I enjoyed reading your review. I think you covered some very important items. When it’s time to collect your money it sounds like it can be kind of a pain. It seems like you have to accomplish some very particular things before they will allow you to collect.

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      Well, it does take a little long to get your money, but hey, how much money is there to get anyway?

      Reply
  7. Ehab

    Hi Ben
    This is a short review, you cover some important aspects of Fusion Cash, but to make the review more useful, you may include more items in the review like, is there a subscription fee, the cost of different membership if any, for how long the site is in business, is there any positive or negative feedback, and some comparison between the site and similar sites.
    Thank you for sharing, good luck.

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      I will add that it is free 🙂 I honestly do not know how long it has been in business, but as I mentioned, it has an A+ rating at the BBB, which means that any negative reviews were dealt with. I do think it is pretty similar to Inbox Dollars . Thanks for your feedback!

      Reply
  8. Bob Brooks

    Great Review, I like the idea of a teenager making some extra cash, I have 2 teenagers and they need something to do. Gonna run this buy them, I don’t see it as something I would do as the return on time is small. A lot of time with little return. Also seems a little on the mind numbing side of things. I do like they way you gave an open honest review. Thanks for the post

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      All work is mind numbing:) I’d rather rake in the $$$ by playing games, listening to music, going on vacation, and reading the paper 🙂

      Of course, that is impossible 🙁

      Reply

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