Bank Roll Bucks Review: My Honest Opinion

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Bank Roll Bucks is a lesser known “get paid to site,” often referred to as GPT in the money-making industry.  It’s a site that pays you to complete surveys, offers and the like.

Yes, while there are thousands of these types of sites, there are only a select few that I am part of.  What I often find in my research is that many of them just the same third-party survey portal and offer nothing of value.  Plus, a lot of them are fly-by-night companies, offering very little support and low payouts.

So, is Bank Roll Bucks yet another dud or is it something worth joining?

As in all of my reviews, we’re about to find out.  As always, I only push products I personally would use and I would never promote something for the sake of making a dollar.  I don’t work like that here.

If you want to make a few dollars a month in your spare time and don’t mind doing a survey or two, let’s jump in and see what it’s all about.

What is Bank Roll Bucks?

The website itself doesn’t say much about them, other than the graphics were done by a company named Swan Graphics.  While I prefer knowing who I work with, this isn’t always recommended as I have worked with some companies that don’t put a name to their website.  However, most of your reputable companies, such as Swagbucks, to name a few, will let you know a lot about their company history.

As for what Bank Roll Bucks does, they primarily work with your bigger name third-party offer walls, most of which post surveys and offers to complete for a fee, usually no more than a few dollars.

As I’m writing this review, they have more than 6,000 active members, not a huge number by any means, and a pinch more than 80+ offers.  Again, not much.

Signing up for Bank Roll Bucks

To sign up to start earning money, the registration is similar to that of no other survey site.  They do ask for more information, however.  Here’s most of the information they ask for:

When I signed up, I had to fork over my full name, physical address, telephone, etc.  It’s a lot of personal information, but I can understand why they need all of it to fight fraud.  If you do sign up, be sure to fill it out using legitimate information as “nonsense” info will just lead to a ban.

The entire process takes about three to five minutes.  After confirming your email address, you can then access your dashboard.

To qualify, you must be at least 13+ years old and reside in one of the following countries: United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, France, or the United Kingdom.

Bank Roll Bucks Dashboard

After you confirm your email, you can immediately start making money.

And, like the many survey sites I talk about, Bank Roll Bucks works with a variety of third-party offer walls, which simply means they rely on another company to provide them with surveys and offers.  Hundreds of websites use offer walls like this, so what you’re going to find is that you won’t find much in terms of uniqueness.  The biggest difference is how much they will pay you as every site can set their rate.

Completing Offers

To start making money, you can do so via the “offers” tab, which is found inside your toolbar near the top.

On this tab, the website does a nice job breaking down the various offers, including:

  • what’s happening now
  • the newest offers
  • top crediting offers
  • daily surveys
  • paid to click offers
  • survey panels
  • pending offers
  • completed offers
  • download offers file
  • offer guides

Most of these are self-explanatory and will lead you to a page like this:

For instance, when I clicked on the “top crediting offers,” it showed me more than three pages of offers.  The only thing that I didn’t like is that most offers are very wordy as you can see in the screenshot, so it makes it hard to know what the offer is about without having to read a few sentences.  It’s not the biggest deal, but most sites usually are straight to the point.

Offer Walls

Aside from the offers section, another way to make money is via the “Offer Walls” section.  As I mentioned prior, these are third-party companies that many make money sites use.  Some may only use one or two, whereas others, such as Bank Roll Bucks, may use more than 10+.

As I was writing this, here were the offer walls they were working with:


All of these offer walls work in the same way.  Just click on one and then browse through the offers to see what’s of value to you.  Most will make you register before you starting earning, however, but it will only take you a few seconds to do.

Remember, these offer walls are available on so many sites, so if you plan on using it on a particular website, make sure you’re getting the best value as these sites can set their rates.


Like the many survey sites that pay you to refer people, Bank Roll Bucks will pay you to refer friends and family as long as you use your special URL.

For every referral you send, you will earn 25% of your level 1 referral earnings for life.

To me, this is a great referral program as many companies will pay you either a flat rate or may pay you much less.


And, as the last way to earn even more, Bank Roll Bucks offers a promo section, where you can earn even more.

For instance, when I was writing this, they had an offer every day, from winning 10 Bank Rolls if you earn 50 and so on.

Be sure to check these promos out as some may help pad your balance.


To cash out, the nice thing about Bank Roll Bucks is that you only need $1 to cash out via PayPal.  However, to cash out, you must have a verified PayPal account to qualify.  The company will send you a $0.01 to your account to make sure your name and address match.

If you don’t want a PayPal payout, then you can request a Bank of America check, however, this method will require a $5 minimum.  These are both of your cash options.

Aside from choosing either PayPal or a check, you can also request a $2, $5 or $10 Amazon gift card.

When you request a payment, it’s generally sent out in as little as 24 hours or sometimes sooner as long as an admin is online.

How much are Bank Rolls worth?

The site uses a currency known as Bank Rolls, which is a points system of sorts.  Most sites use this type of currency and most make it very easy to understand.   Thankfully, every Bank Roll is worth a penny, making every 100 “Bank Rolls” worth $1.

Aside from Bank Rolls, you can earn Cash, where 1 Cash equals 100 Bank Rolls.

The website has a converter that you can use to convert Bank Rolls to Cash or the other way around.

The Pros and Cons

As in all of my reviews, I like to see what other people are saying online, creating a pros and cons section of sorts.  Remember, every site will have its cons, so be sure to take what you read with a grain of salt unless you’re reading countless people having the same issues.

The Pros

  • PayPal and Amazon gift card options
  • low $1 minimum payout (one of the lowest in the industry)
  • works with multiple offer walls
  • fast payouts in less than 24 hours
  • a variety of ways to earn money, from surveys to offers

The Cons

  • nothing unique, just offer walls (not a con for all)
  • won’t get rich

Final Thoughts

6/10Bank Roll Bucks has potential as they work with a lot of third-party offer walls, so it could keep you busy for quite some time.  The pay is fair, they do pay and it’s pretty easy to navigate.  There’s not much to complain about.

Now, while you won’t make a ton of money in using this site, I don’t see why you can’t make $5~ a week when you complete a survey or offer.  I would keep this website on your shortlist only if you need a pinch of money right now as it’s a great option to get paid almost instantly.

As always, if you have used the site and/or have any questions, then you’re more than welcome to sound off in the comments section below.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. You won't find gimmicks here. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I graduated from Arizona State University, and I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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