Irazoo Review: Should You Join This Survey Site?

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iRazoo is a company I have mentioned a few times before, such as in my free Walmart gift cards and get paid to download apps guide.  Yes, it’s one of the many sites that pay you to watch videos, take surveys and play games, to name a few.

There are a lot of companies out there that work just like this, some bad, some great, some eh.  This one claims to be the “web’s most popular rewards program,” but is that true?

In today’s review, I check out iRazoo.  How much can you make?  How legit is it?  Is it worth your time?  I’ll try to answer as many of these questions as I can.

As in all my reviews, I’m always 100% honest, and I would never recommend something I wouldn’t use.  You won’t find any scams being promoted nor will you find me pushing my own products that make me cash.  I don’t work that way.

If you want to make a few dollars on the site, let’s jump in and see if iRazoo is worth your time.

What is iRazoo?

According to the company, they are said to be the “web’s most popular rewards program.”  The company will reward you with cash and gift cards for the things you already do online.  This can include watching videos, completing offers, playing games, listening to the radio and taking surveys.  Every time you perform a task, you can earn points, in which you can redeem for a variety of prizes.

iRazoo is a privately held company, located in New York, New York, and is a subsidiary of SideMoney, LLC.  The company is a legitimate organization, but it doesn’t mean it’s worth your time.  Even though they do pay, you wouldn’t work for $1 per hour, would you?  I just want to stress this since so many people look for a legitimate company, only to find what’s offered isn’t worth their time.

Signing Up

To sign up for iRazoo, the company will ask for your email address, name as well as password to log into your dashboard whenever you want to earn points.

To join, you must be at least 18+ years old and reside in one of the following countries:  US, UK, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, China or New Zealand.

  • NOTE:  This sign-up process takes only a few seconds to sign up, however, upon joining, the company will ask you to fill out personal profile surveys to learn more about you.  This is done so that the company can send you more targeted surveys.  It’s so important that you fill out these profile surveys to maximize your survey invites.

Your Dashboard

Upon signing up, you can immediately access the dashboard, which will look something like this:

Granted, this is the desktop version, but the mobile version is the same.

On the main page, it will take you to the “popular partners” page, which directs you to third parties offering the best offers at the time.  Many of the companies I talk about often work with these companies, such as SaySo Rewards and Peanut Labs, so there’s nothing unique here.

Aside from this, you can also access your dashboard, which you can see on the left-hand side menu up there.  As mentioned prior, you will see many of my profile surveys, such as the interests, technology and household, to name a few.  The company will pay you 100 points for every screener you complete.  With seven in total, that’s an easy 700 points plus you will get more surveys.  Filling out all of these surveys will probably take you about 15~ minutes.

Answering Surveys

Going down the menu, iRazoo tends to focus the most on answering surveys.

When you click on that link it will take you to a featured surveys section, again, only showcasing third-party offerwalls.  There wasn’t much here in comparison to competitors such as InstaGC and Swagbucks, but they did have a few.  I wasn’t too impressed, however.

Other Fun Stuff

Aside from the surveys, you can also earn in “other” ways, but when I clicked on the “Other Fun Stuff” tab, there wasn’t much there.

As you can see, the offers section was a joke as was the games section.  I checked in multiple times and this remained the same.

They seemed to work with a lot of third-party offerwalls, many of which can be found on competitors.  The only key difference here was that the competitors often have a lot more to do.


When it comes time to cash out, the company offers a variety of rewards, from gift cards to PayPal cash.  Some of the popular gift cards include Amazon, Best Buy, Starbucks and Uber, to name a few.  There are many more, but these were some of the most popular options noted on the site.

If you want to cash out, you will need at least 3,000 points for a $5 cash out.  This means that every point is worth $0.0006.  Yes, it’s one of those companies that doesn’t have an easy penny per point ratio.  Instead, you have to envision every 600 points being equal to a dollar.

Payouts take a few days to process.


  • reputable company
  • minimum payout starts at $5


  • not a lot of offers
  • mainly works with third-party offerwalls, so nothing unique
  • customer service seems to be non-existent
  • low paying

Final Thoughts

7/10Even though iRazoo is 100% legitimate, I’m not going to add them to my list.


Most of what they offer comes from third-party companies, and from what I saw, they only worked with a select few.  If you like the concept and want a lot more opportunities, I highly recommend you check out Swagbucks or, two competitors that offer much, much more.

Again, iRazoo is legit, but you just won’t make a ton.  This can be said with most survey sites, however.  I wouldn’t expect much, maybe $10 to $15 a month at most.

That does it for now.

As always, if you want to comment on iRazoo or add to anything I said, you’re more than welcome to do so 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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