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Bot Activity

InboxDollars works to ensure that our site is safe and secure 24/7 and this means monitoring for what may appear to be "bot-like activity".   An Internet Bot, also known as web robot, WWW robot or simply bot, is a software application that runs automated tasks (scripts).  Typically, bots perform tasks that are both simple and structurally repetitive, at a much higher rate than would be possible for a human alone or when a member is hitting the refresh

Bot Activity can be caused by any number of things including a Bot program that is set to run activities for the purpose of crediting without completion of the activity as intended.

Increasing your refresh/clicks per hour can cause a Bot-like detection and if you refresh or click too many times on the activity link it does not increase the rate at which the site operates or provides activities such as surveys, videos, and TV Channel viewing but it will flag the account which may have those features removed or account closed due to this type of activity.

Our system calculates production speed automatically. If you use your account within our rules of normal viewing as intended the account would not experience this issue.

If a member's account has Bot-Like activity it may have certain features removed from the account or the account itself can be blocked/closed.

If your account is blocked or closed from features or the account itself you may reach out to Member Services but note that InboxDollars® and our Advertisers make no guarantees regarding the number or dollar amount of Cash Earning Activities that will be available to Members at any time and that account closure can occur if it is felt that an inappropriate activity has occurred on the account.

InboxDollars® reserves the right, in our sole discretion, to terminate a Member‘s account and cancel all Cash or other items posted to their Account and referrals, in addition to any other legal remedies, in the event a Member‘s activity appears fraudulent.

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