Coinbase has completed its integration of Earn.com and will soon be removing access to the old Earn.com site. We have sent an email to all Earn.com customers who still have outstanding balances on their accounts to let them know that they have 90 days from the email date to claim their funds.
If you are an Earn.com customer who received an email, you can retrieve your funds by logging into your existing Coinbase account or signing up if you do not yet have an account.
For new users, once your account has been created and verified, you should see your remaining Earn.com balance in your balance.
If the email was sent from [email protected] on March 10, 2022 then it officially came from Coinbase and is not a phishing attempt.
We have sent a final email to individuals with remaining balances in their Earn.com accounts to give them the opportunity to claim it.
On April 16, 2018 Coinbase acquired Earn.com and all accounts were transferred to Coinbase. If you would like to claim your Earn.com balance, you will need to do so by September 30, 2022 (the original deadline was June 8, 2022).
After that date, you will no longer be able to access your Earn.com account balance. In accordance with federal and state laws, unclaimed funds may be delivered to the applicable state or jurisdiction as unclaimed property.
Go to Coinbase.com and create an account.
If you already have an account, update your email to the one associated with your Earn.com balance. Please allow about 24 hours for this update to go through.
Once you successfully create an account and verify your identity, your funds will automatically be transferred to your Coinbase account within 48 hours.
You will see your Earn.com balance on Coinbase 48 hours after your Coinbase account has been set up and you have completed identity verification.
For more information you can visit our help center article for further instructions on how to claim your balance.
Unfortunately, if you do not have access to the email that you used to sign up for Earn.com, we will not be able to release the funds to you. Verifying your identity is important and necessary for the security of our users.
On April 16, 2018 Coinbase acquired Earn.com and all accounts were transferred to Coinbase. As a result, the old Earn.com site no longer exists and will redirect you to the Coinbase Earn page.
Unfortunately, we are unable to provide this information to you due to security risks. However, if you contact us using the email affiliated with your Earn.com account then we will be able to support you.
All confirmations will be communicated to that email address only. If you are unsure of how to contact us using the email affiliated with your Earn.com account, please make sure you’re signed into Coinbase using that email and reach back out to us.
If you would like to claim your Earn.com balance, you will need to do so by June 8, 2022. After that date, you will no longer be able to access your Earn.com account. In accordance with federal and state laws, unclaimed funds may be delivered to the applicable state or jurisdiction as unclaimed property.
All outstanding balances will be delivered in Bitcoin to your BTC balance on Coinbase.
If you need help getting back into your Coinbase account, visit our help center article - Managing my account.
There are a few troubleshooting steps that you can take. The first step is to make sure that the email address you used to sign up for Coinbase matches the email address you used to sign up for Earn.com.
For more details please visit this help center article - Earn.com Balance Withdrawal.
We will be able to provide you with a report that shows your balance after creating a Coinbase account.