Sanebox, located online at Sanebox.com, claims that they can help the average person “stop drowning in email” by offering them a service which filters their email for them so they can be more efficient.
According to their website, the average person in the United States spends 13 hours a week just reading and processing email. The website claims that their members can save 8 hours a month using their service.
This same problem has been identified by many other competitors, like OtherInbox.com, which have addressed it in various ways but usually all require some sort of downloading or installation. This is not true of Sanebox.
Because of this, Sanebox claims that their service is the “must have tool” for anyone who is overloaded with emails, since they give their users the ability to filter out and summarize your unimportant emails without adding any additional software to your computer.
This tool is not the same as filtering spam mail. Instead, it works on filtering the legitimate messages which simply don’t need to interrupt your day, and can instead be processed in bulk, as an alternative to reading each one individually.
Sanebox promises that their filtering tool is safe to use, because it analyzes the “relationship trees” in your email history without ever looking at the content of the emails themselves. This is how they determine which emails are important, and which are not.
They offer three different membership programs, which range between $2.04 per month, $5.79 per month, or $19.54 per month, with the pricing depending on how many email accounts you’d like to use the service for and how many extra features you’d like to have.
You can try each of the different programs for a free trial of 14 days, and the website says that 52% of people who receive 60 or more emails a day have decided to keep their membership once the free trial is over.
No credit card is required to sign up for your free trial, and if you begin your membership and have any complaints about the service, you can call customer service for assistance. If you still are not satisfied, you can request a prorated refund for the time remaining on your monthly membership.
If you have any experience with this service, please leave your Sanebox reviews below.
2 ‘Sanebox’ Reviews
While Sanebox successfully worked for me for about a year, when the auto-renewal fee was processed recently, the service stopped working and their help desk has not been willing to answer all of my questions to get to the bottom of the problem so we can get the service working for me again. This is very disappointing as their service had been saving me over 9 hours a week of email processing. I'd love to get this problem resolved so that I can once again be a fan of theirs.
They provide a good service. Every person you refer earns you $5 credit. I recommended it to several people until I would be able to purchase a 1 year subscription for lunch. But when it is time for cashing in, their true colors show up. You still need to give them your private details such as your VISA, your phone number, your address etc.
As such, if you like wish to test out their service and then purchase it, then go ahead. But if you think you can get anything for free here, then rather don't waste your time.