BuxInside Review: Earn Every 10 Seconds? Meh.

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If you have ever come across the website BuxInside, they claim that you can get paid EVERY 10 seconds.  And, no, that’s not a misprint, either.

Whether you’re trying to research BuxInside more in depth or you want to know of other ways to make money online, I wanted to show you how BuxInside works in detail.  As all in my reviews, I’m 100% honest.

What is BuxInside?

When you first access the website, it looks a little outdated at first, but I have reviewed companies in the past that look much older and still pay out.  Treasure Trooper, for example, comes to mind.

The company states that you can make money instantly simply when you browse other advertisers’ websites, and you only need $2 to do so.  While this premise sounds great, I have reviewed a few websites that work like this, and 99% of the time, it takes a LONG time to earn at least $1.  I’m talking 500+ advertisement views to earn $1.

While it appears you can make money every 10 seconds, the true question is how much?  It may not be as much as you think.

Below, I will talk about each earning opportunity available at the time of this review.

Earning Money Viewing Ads

Most of your money will be made whenever you view ads on the website. And, in to do so, you will want to click on the “View Ads” subheading.

Once you create an account and log in, you will see a menu that looks something like this:

When you click on it, you can choose from a variety of ways to earn when watching ads.  For example, these are some of the options you will see:

  • Fixed Advertisements
  • Silver Advertisements
  • Traffic Exchange Advertisements

With each option you will view ads; however, the biggest difference here is that you will get paid in a different way, depending on which option you choose.

What I found is that no matter which option you chose, you would earn $0.001 per advertisement, as long as you viewed it for at least 10 seconds.  You would also earn one point for each ad viewed.  I will get into how the rewards work later.

To earn money with ads, it’s as easy as clicking on a link and then viewing an ad, that’s it.

Earning with Surveys and Offers

Aside from earning money with ads, you can also earn money with the typical third-party offerwall survey companies, such as Yuno, Your Surveys, CPX and more.  An offer wall is available as well, in which you can sign up for offers and get paid.

These surveys and offers can be found on almost on every survey-like site and there’s nothing different here.  They just added it as a way to make even more money on the site if you’re interested.

While these companies are 100% legitimate, it’s important to compare the rates to other competitors as the rates can vary drastically.

If interested, the premise is simple.  Either answer the survey questions as noted or if you’re completing an offer, make sure you read the fine print to ensure you get credited.

Winning with PrizeIN

I also wanted to mention PrizeIN, which is a section where you can win a variety of rewards, from cash to referrals, advertising credits and more.

To win any of these prizes, it works just like viewing advertisements with the big exception that you can only view about 10 a day.


Like the many sites I have talked about in the past, BuxInside also has a referral program, where you can get rewarded for every referral you send to their website.

The thing is that they don’t mention how much you can make, but in my experience with these types of websites is that they pay about 5 to 10% of what your referrals make.  This may sound like it can add up, but seeing you can’t earn too much viewing ads, it’s going to take a lot of referrals as well as them earning money for you to earn money.

Getting Paid

Once you earn at least $2 in your account, you can request a payout, which is quite low for the industry.

The nice thing about BuxInside is that you can choose from a variety of options, including:

  • PayPal
  • PerfectMoney
  • Coinbase
  • AirTM
  • Payeer

There are plenty of options, including the most popular, PayPal.

Once you confirm your payment, it can take a few business days at most to receive it.

How Much Can I Make?

As always, most of your “get paid to view ads” type sites will pay peanuts.

For every 10 seconds, you will make $0.001, and no, that’s NOT a penny.

If you were to watch an ad for one minute (60 seconds), you could earn $0.006.  That means you would earn about $0.36 per hour (0.006 x 60).  That’s a lot of time to earn almost nothing.

Of course, you can mix in the offers and surveys, but even if you do so, you still won’t earn too much, but again, that can be said about any of these sites.

Signing Up

If everything you read sounds like something you want to take advantage of, then you will find that signing up is quite easy.

All you need to do, as you can see, is provide your name, email as well as how you want to be paid.  As mentioned, they pay via PayPal, PerfectMoney, Coinbase, AirTM and Payeer.

The website is open to users worldwide.

Final Thoughts

0/10In the end, I never recommend any of these sites that pay you to view ads, including BuxInside.  Unless you live in a country where $0.36 per hour is acceptable (remember that’s viewing ads non-stop), then I say go for it.  Other than that, there are much better options out there.

You can easily make $1 to $10 in less than an hour with sites such as Swagbucks, and Prolific, for example.

That’s going to do it for now.

If you want to comment on your experiences or add to what I have written, feel free to sound off in the comments 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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