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Freelancer.com Review: Is Freelancer A Scam? (No, But…)

Freelancer.com Review: Is Freelancer A Scam? (No, But…)

Many times when people are looking for something to do, for a place to find work, they’ll turn to this thing called freelancing. And one of the popular places to freelance your skills is at a site called Freelancer.com.

In this review we’ll take a look at Freelancer and see whether it is a good place to get find work, or if it’s a place to dump. We’ll also take a look at some of our own personal experiences with the site, and how it wasn’t quite what we expected.

So come along as we check out whether or not Freelancer is a scam, and whether we would recommend them!

What Exactly Is Freelancing?
Freelancing can be a number of things

Freelancing is where you have a certain skill set, and instead of working for someone (like a typical job), you’ll contract yourself out to do jobs for individuals, companies, or enterprises.

One of the definitions of freelance is: a person who works as a writer, designer, performer, or the like, selling work or services by the hour, day, job, etc., rather than working on a regular salary basis for one employer.

Why would someone choose freelancing?

Well, for one thing, freelancing does give you a little more leeway as to where you work, and how much. Many times, freelancing can also be done from home, which means you can pretty much work from where-ever you want.

Another reason is that, depending on what you’re freelancing, you have the ability to get out and see more, and have the experience of working for multiple people, instead of just one person.

Of course, freelancing does have it’s drawbacks. With a typical job, a salaried one, you know exactly how much you’re going to make, and how much work you’ll have to do.

With a freelancing job, it’s not that easy.

As the freelancer, you usually have to go and find jobs to do – putting your name out there, contacting people, placing bids on what you want to work on, etc. And oftentimes, even if you put in all that work, you may not be able to get enough jobs that you wanted.

That being said, freelancing is definitely a great choice if you are proficient in a certain skill, enjoy working from home (or on the road/traveling), and don’t mind putting yourself out there to grab any and every opportunity.

Freelancer.com – Freelancing Made Easy?

Freelancer.com's Main Page

Now that you have (hopefully) a better understanding of what freelancing is, let’s talk about what Freelancer.com is.

Freelancer.com is a site that tries to make freelancing easier for the freelancer, and the one looking for freelancing work. Freelancer does this by hosing what you could call a marketplace where people are able to post jobs they need done.

Upon coming to Freelancer, you’ll be given two choices – signing up to hire someone or to work. More than likely, you’ll want to sign up because you want to work.

You’ll be asked about the skills that you have, and which ones you want to freelance with.

These skills can be anywhere from programming and machine learning, to copy writing and SEO. Freelancer has a large variety of different skills you can choose, and plenty of work to find with each skill.

The reason you choose the skill you want to freelance is because once you choose it, Freelancer can then send you jobs for you to bid on.

You see, many people will come to Freelancer because they need something done. Maybe they’ve got a virus on their site they need taken off. Maybe it’s PHP error code they don’t understand. Maybe it’s just writing a simple essay.

Whatever the case, these people come to Freelancer to find people to do their work for them. When they create their job that they want done, they tag it with specific skills they (think they) need to get the job done.

If they tag it with a specific skill that you have, you then get a notice about it, and have the ability to bid on that job.

How Does The Bidding Work?

When you see a job, you’re not going to be the only one that will see it – there are thousands of others who have the same skills as you do who may also want the job.

Because of this, you get the chance to tell the person who posted the job as to why you think you’re the best qualified for the job, and how much you are willing to be paid to do the job.

If you’re the one who the person who posted the job likes, then they’ll contact you, and you’ll be able to discuss with them in more details as to what they want.

Are There Downsides To Freelancer.com?

There are actually two downsides to Freelancer that should be addressed. One will be address shortly – during our review of our experience. But the one to specifically be addressed here is the cheapness of many of the jobs.

Like we said before, there are many, many others who are working through Freelancer.com. There are many other freelancers waiting to post their bid on a certain job, and there are many who are willing to do it for a low amount.

Some, if not many, of the freelancers come from countries where they’re used to working for about $10 dollars a day – sometimes even less.

So if you’re coming from a country where that isn’t the typical daily wage (like the USA, Canada, or UK), then it may be a lot harder to get jobs on freelancer.

That isn’t to say that it’s impossible.

There are plenty of people who live in the countries where the average wage is higher than $10 bucks, and they’re making a living through it.

Freelancer job that is only 1 - 6 dollars per hour

As you’ll notice in the screenshot above, one of the jobs is doing academic writing, but the person who is posting the job is asking for people who are working for around $1-$6 dollar per hour.

If we tried to find a job around where we lived for that low of an amount, we wouldn’t be able to find it anywhere. That is because where we live, minimum wage is a lot higher than that.

And that isn’t to say that every job is that low in price. But it is pretty stiff competition that you’ll be against. Many of the jobs that you’ll be trying to get can be technical as well, so make sure you know exactly what your skill set is and how proficient you are before you start out.

Our Personal Experience Of Freelancer.com

Part of Our Freelancer Profile

It was a little over a day ago that we decided to create a Freelancer account and see whether we could get a job or two, and grab some pocket money (aside from checking out Freelancer.com).

So we quickly jumped into all the fun stuff of signing up and verifying who we were. We set up our account and were ready to get to work!

Because we were on a ‘basic’ account, we were allowed only 8 bids that we could do within a span of 3 days. We were fine with this of course. It just meant that we had to make sure to bid on ones that we thought we could win, and not every single job that we saw.

we also tried to find jobs that would pay us $15 dollars or more an hour. While this may seem easy, it really isn’t.

You see, when you bid on a job, you bid on how much you’ll do it for. But, to cover costs, Freelancer will take a percentage of what you bid.

What this means is that what you list as the bid isn’t really going to be what you actually make.

If you bid $15 dollar an hour, you’re probably going to be making around $12.50 an hour. So, if we’re trying to actually make 15, then we usually need to bid higher than that (like 17ish) to actually make what we want to.

Did We Win Any Bids?

Sadly, as of right now, we didn’t win any bids, even though we did bid multiple times on things we could have done.

We did however have several people come and talk to us, which is where our experience gets a little interesting.

You’ll know of course, from our site, that we deal with a lot of scams and scammers. So we have a pretty good idea of how a scammer operates.

And, believe or not, we found dozens of scammers on Freelancer.com

One of the bids that we placed was about doing WordPress updates. The person who posted the job contacted us about 8 hours after we placed the bid and said that he wanted to work with us.

However, he never really said that he accepted our bid (which is the standard thing to do). He also wanted to move our conversation to Skype (which is a big no-no from the terms of service agreements on Freelancer.com).

We politely told him that we weren’t interested, and moved on. Even though we were willing to do work, and would have done it for him if he were legit, people who use Freelancer need to follow the rules to actually get our bid.

We Were Contacted By 6+ Scammers!

multiple scammers who we were contacted by

We guess we’re just a magnet for scammers. But one of the features that Freelancer.com allows is for people to see if freelancers want to work directly for them.

This cuts out all the bidding and searching, which is great. However, when each person who contacts you wants to move the discussion to another chatting platform, and is asking for us to do the same exact scam for them, then it can be very disturbing.

Nearly all of those people who contacted us directly were ones who wanted us to create an account on Upwork (another popular freelancing site), so that they could use it themselves.

This is a typical scam that has been around for a long time.

All the above to say, there seemed to be a lot of scammers on Freelancer.com, something that we weren’t too happy with.

There didn’t seem to be anything done to try to stop these scammers from doing what they were doing. We actually saw one scammer post a job (or similar jobs) nearly 100 times over the course of the day (no, we aren’t exaggerating).

Our Final Experiences

While writing this article, we had another person contact us because they ‘had a job for us’. And then they wanted to chat somewhere else.

We personally don’t like scammers and sites that help scam thrive. Sadly, we saw quite a bit of that going on at Freelancer, and weren’t too happy with it.

If there was a way that they could better police how people sign up and what new members can do, then we would probably be more enthusiastic about promoting Freelancer. But it’s definitely not a site that we would really recommend to anyone looking for freelance work.

Is Freelancer A Scam?

Freelancer.com, and freelancing, are definitely not scams. They are both legit and have potential in certain circumstances.

However, Freelancer.com does have a lot of scammers on it, and so if you are going to use it, then we would recommend that you be very careful who you do work for, and how it is done.

If you plan on working through Freelancer.com, make sure to get acquainted with their Terms of Service. And if anyone doesn’t follow those terms, then make sure to not do any business with them.

Now, while we don’t overly recommend Freelancer.com, we do have an alternative that you can check out.

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Paid4Clout.com review: Is Paid4Clout a scam? (Yes, and Here’s Why)

Paid4Clout.com review: Is Paid4Clout a scam? (Yes, and Here’s Why)

Paid4Clout is a site that we’ve actually seen before, just with a different name, and different layout. Formally, it was called CloutPay.co. Doing a quick look online would help you show that CloutPay.co is indeed a scam.

But, in this review we’ll be looking at Paid4Clout, and specifically how they are a scam. From the bold claims and fake testimonials to their unrealistic get-rich-quick sayings – all this and more is what we’ll check out. So come along with us as we check just how legit Paid4Clout is!


Quick Review

  • Paid4Clout is connected with another scam website called CloutPay
  • Paid4Clout claims to be a lot older than it really is
  • Paid4Clout has fake images/testimonials on their site
  • Paid4Clout has fake video testimonials on their site
  • Paid4Clout is making unrealistic claims that they can’t keep

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What Is Paid4Clout?

Paid4Clout's Main Page

Paid4Clout is a site that claims you can make a lot of money, in a short amount of time. Like any get-rich-quick scheme, Paid4Clout tells you that if you get enough people to their site, you’ll make a ton of money.

They claim on their site that you’ll earn anywhere from $10-$15 dollars per person you invite. Which means that if you just invite 10 friends, you’ll make $100 dollars.

Of course, those of us at We Get Scammed For You have seen these types of scams before. They draw you in with their claims of making some quick money, and the scam begins to happen.

  1. You begin to believe Paid4Clout and start spreading your referral link around to get people to make an account on Paid4Clout.
  2. Those people start to believe Paid4Clout and start referring their friends to the site.
  3. All the above users input information into Paid4Clout, do a few surveys for them (to try to get paid) and in the end don’t get any of the money Paid4Clout owes you.
  4. Paid4Clout takes all that information you’ve given them, sells it, and/or uses it, and/or rents it out.

Don’t believe us that this will happen? Make sure to check out are articles on Kids Earn Cash, My Work For Life, and Earn Shot.

All three above are sites that are carrying a very similar scam as Paid4Clout.

But, let’s get into the meat and bones of this scam, and show you just how deceptive it truly is!

How Old is Paid4Clout?

Paid4Clout claims to be started in 2015

If you go to Paid4Clout’s About Us page, you’ll find that they claim they were ‘founded in 2015’. However, anyone with enough knowledge of being able to check when a site was actually created would know that this isn’t true.

The actual site, Paid4Clout.com, is not yet even a month old (as of writing this). So, clearly, right from their About Us page, Paid4Clout is lying about how old their company really is.

Now, how do we know all this?

When a website is created, they have to go through a process to actually be created. When this process happens, it goes on public records when a site was created. All one needs to do is go to a public records database, look up a site, and find exactly when everything was created.

Information saying that Paid4Clout was created on the 12th of July

As you can see in the above image, Paid4Clout has only been around since the 12th of July. Clearly, they aren’t even anywhere close to being a company that was started in 2015.

Their Testimonials Are Faked!

We never like when we find fake testimonials, and, sadly, Paid4Clout is doing just that. Because the site is fake, it makes sense that Paid4Clout would have to find a way to make themselves look more authentic and legit. And so, they decided to use fake testimonials.

If you take a look at the image below, you’ll notice that it’s a screenshot of one of Paid4Clout’s users who claims to have made over 10K dollars, in a very short amount of time:

A testimonial that is using a fake image to pretend to be real

It’s interesting that Ambria would choose that exact image to use as a profile image. Because, when we did a reverse image search on that specific image, we found that someone with that exact image left a comment on another site over 2 years ago. And they left the comment with a different name…

The same image left a comment on another site

What does this all mean?

Simply put, this image, and others on the site, are more than likely stock photo images. There are many sites that are out there that have a large collection of free and paid images that you can use if you choose to.

Because Paid4Clout is using these images, you can’t easily trust the reviews, as you can’t tell if they really are true. It’s highly probable that they actually just faked the testimonials.

Video Testimonials Are Also Faked!

A testimonail from 'Scott', which is actually a fake testimonial

As you can see from the above screenshot, Paid4Clout has a video testimonial from a guy named Scott. That’s Scott above. He claims to have been working for Cloutpay for about 3 months, and it’s the only income that he makes, or so he says.

But, is this really true?

Well, videos can be deceiving. And what’s even more deceiving is that this person named Scott probably doesn’t even know anything about CloutPay.

You see, there is a site called Fiverr, where you can find people who will give you a video testimonial for a certain amount of money.

And yes, Scott, or whatever this guy’s name is, works on Fiverr.

Same guy, called pdxguy, on Fiverr

More than likely, his name isn’t Scott. And as you can see from both images, it’s the same exact guy in the same exact room. So, clearly, Paid4Clout paid this person to say what they wanted him to.

All in all, this video testimonial, along with the others, aren’t reliable and shouldn’t be taken as proof that Paid4Clout is reliable.

Is Paid4Clout A Scam?

We don’t even need to make an account to know that Paid4Clout is indeed a scam! No one pays you $10 dollars to get someone to their site. And even if it were true, you’re definitely not going to be able to do it on this site.

They don’t tell the truth on their About Us page, on their text testimonials, and even their video testimonials! If their lying about all those things, then why would believe that they are actually going to pay you large amounts of money for getting people to their site?

All in all, we would highly recommend to everyone not to trust Clout4Pay, or do anything on their site. More than likely their selling or using the info you provide to them. It’s best to find a much better system that actually works to make money.

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Wealthy Affiliate Review Of 2019 (Read This Before You Join!)

Wealthy Affiliate Review Of 2019 (Read This Before You Join!)

In this article we’ll take an in depth look at a website that we’ve been a part of for some time now, and wholeheartedly recommend. Not only will we look at Wealthy Affiliate as a whole, but we’ll even give you our honest Wealthy Affiliate review of 2019.

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Wealthy Affiliate Make Money

Company: Wealthy Affiliate (WA)

Creators: Kyle and Carson

Description: A site that helps beginners make money online, specifically with affiliate marketing. You learn to make a website and monetize it.

Starter Membership: Free ($0.00)

Premium Membership: $49.00 per month ($19.00 for the first month!)

Legit? Yes

Recommended? Yes!

Rating: 10 out of 10


Wealthy Affiliate (WA) is a company that has taught thousands of people the art of affiliate marketing, and they’ve been doing that for over 13 years now (as of writing this). So Wealthy Affiliate is definitely no scam. And when it comes to learning how to make money online, they’ve got you covered.

Wealthy Affiliate brings you a vibrant community, as well as training that is spot on in making you money. On top of that, when joining, you’ll get to interact with the owners of WA themselves, Kyle and Carson.


Learn How To Be An Affiliate Marketer

Wealthy Affiliate has 14 years of experience and has helped over 1.5 people!

Wealthy Affiliate teaches you how to be a successful affiliate marketer. Not only successful, but wealthy as well.

Did you know that people will actually pay you to promote their products? Companies will give you a commission, a percentage of what the customer pays, if you’ll help get the word out about the certain products that those companies are selling.

That is essentially what an affiliate marketer is. You learn to promote products, and companies that you enjoy and like.

How hard is that?

If you can tell a friend about something that you enjoy, or tell family about a product that you use, then you’ll have no trouble being an affiliate marketer.

WA also teaches you how to build websites, how to find good topics to write about, and how to get traffic to your site, even if you don’t have a fan base.

And all of this is free for the taking. No up sells, no hidden expenses. You can learn all this, and more by becoming a free starter member on WA.


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The average time it takes to build  website is 34 seconds at Wealthy Affiliate!

Have you ever been interested in trying to build a website, but were unsure on how to start? Wealthy Affiliate boasts of helping you set up a website in less than 60 seconds. Building a website has never been easier.

Wealthy Affiliate has made the process so simple, that it only takes three little steps to set up your website:

  1. Choose your domain name (what you want your site to be called).
  2. Choose the title that you want to be displayed on your website (like “We Get Scammed For You”
  3. Choose the WordPress Theme you want to use.

After you choose those three things, you’ll be made a website immediately. You’ll learn how to quickly navigate your WordPress dashboard, which your website will be based off of. And most importantly, you’ll learn how to build a website that can be easily monetized.

Choosing A Niche

A niche is just a fancy word for a topic that you write about. You’ll learn why there is a difference between good niches and bad niches, and why choosing a specific niche is better than choosing a broad niche.

As you choose your niche, you’ll learn about what affiliate programs to choose based on what you’re passionate about. Niches are always fun to look into, as they contain many hidden ideas that await to be explored.

They Even Teach You How To Get Loads Of Traffic!

Going from 500 to nearly 1500 pageviews in a week!

Traffic is always key to having a blog make money. And Wealthy Affiliate teaches you just how to do that. They teach you how to find low-competitive keywords, that you can rank quickly on Google for.

The higher you rank on Google, the higher chance you have for more traffic to get to your site. More traffic means more money in the long run.

WA teaches you how to use keywords by using their own keyword research tool, called Jaaxy. All Jaaxy does is help you search keywords, and see how competitive thedy are.

Jaaxy and how it works!

Honest Wealthy Affiliate Review of 2018-2019

I (the owner of We Get Scammed For You) actually started learning about WA back in November 2017. As I continued researching about the site, and how much people were making, I was hooked.

Around that time, I decided to take the plunge, and signed up, for free, to learn as much as I could about this thing called affiliate marketing.

On the free membership, they give you 2 free website domains, along with the first part of their training. Not being one who likes training, I immediately jumped into making a website, and seeing if I could making a quick buck or two (my first mistake).

As the training reveals, to get people to your site, you need to find keywords that will help bring traffic from Google. Like the foolish guy I was, I ignored that, thinking I knew best.

Let’s just say that my first website was a disaster, and I closed it down within the first week or so of making it.

I learned the hard way two things:

  1. Follow the training to the letter! If you want success, follow the training. Don’t skip ahead, or skip around, doing only what you want to do. That in the end will leave you with a site that doesn’t produce to it’s full potential.

    Ask any of those who are making a full-time income from affiliate marketing, and they’ll all tell you the same thing – if you want the same success that they they have, then follow the training, the whole training, and nothing but the training.

  2. This is not a get-rich-quickly scheme! I thought that I could throw up a few articles, get some traffic rolling in, and have a full-time business within a few weeks. It doesn’t work like that. If it did, everyone and their grandmother would be online by now. Be prepared to to spend 3 months pouring your heart into your website, and not see any results.

    Also, expect a year or two before you’re business is making a full-time income.It takes time, and consistency, for your business to grow and flourish. You might even need a year to learn how to correctly follow the training (as some people who don’t follow the training need, *cough* like me *cough*)

Starting A New Site From Scratch

So there I was, just got rid of my first website, and ready to start over. I decided to follow the training this time, and see what I could make out of it.

The training first picks up with helping you find your niche.

Basically a niche is a very specific topic. You choose a specific topic because you don’t want to lose your audience or your traffic.

If you blog to broadly, like for example blogging about health, and write about heart disease one day, and colon cancer the next, you’ll be losing a lot of quality traffic because of it.

You want people who come to your site, to stay on your site. But if they came to your site because of heart disease, they probably won’t want to stick around and read about colon cancer.

That’s why keeping it specific is better.

In keeping with the spirit of the training (as I was supposed to do), I choose something that I dealing with at that time, and turned that into a blog.

Specifically, my blog was devoted to bad breath.

Now before you start laughing at me for choosing something as weird as that, the site does help show what a good niche is. Bad breath is very specific, and on top of that, it’s a niche that not very many people want to get into, so there is less competition.

And so I started my online adventures writing about bad breath.

I, once again, decided to follow the training, and try to make money. The next part of the training that WA takes you through is learning how to find good keywords that you can use.

A keyword is a term meaning a phrase that someone looks up in a search engine, usually on Google. For example, ‘how to make money online’ is a keyword.

How To Make Money Online Google Search

If you used Google in the last week, and looked something up, you used a word or phrase when you searched for something. That is a keyword.

If there isn’t a lot of competition for a keyword, you’ll rank more quickly for that particular phrase.

This is helpful, because, if you rank on the first page of Google, you’ll have a better chance of people clicking on your site and reading your articles.

Now there are good keywords and bad keywords.

The above keyword, ‘how to make money online’ isn’t a good keyword. It has a lot of traffic coming to it, but a lot of people write about it, and so you, as a new blogger and website, will most likely not rank very well for it.

The reason you won’t rank well for it is because as a new website Google won’t quite trust you.

It’s not until you’ve been around for a while (6 months or so), and have written quite a bit of a particular subject that you’ll rank well for harder-to-rank keywords.

While this all may sound confusing right now, the training at WA explains it very well.

In short, I found some good keywords for bad breath, and started writing.

And this is were I ran into my second dilemmas:

  1. Success means to work harder! after a week or two of writing an article, I made my first sale, and in essence, my first money online. I was really happy, and saw (as most people do) the potential that is within affiliate marketing.

    Because of that, though, I slacked off on my writing, thinking that money would now start come pouring in. And, well, the opposite was true. I got some sales, but it wasn’t anything substantial.

  2. For success to happen, consistency is key! Writing regularly, week by week , is essential to having a flourishing business. It’s okay to slack off every once and a while, if there is need of that (like to help with a sick family member, or to attend a service for a loved one).

    But it is not okay to slack off for months on end, hoping that your 13 articles are enough to make a full-time income from. Continue through the hard work, and you’ll be rewarded with success, provided you follow the training and be consistent with your writing habits.

So there I was, again. Three months into affiliate marketing, a few articles written, and some money made. Below is a screenshot of my earnings for that time period:

Free Member Earnings

I knew I needed help, and more training to get my site really going.

So around this time, I decided to take the plunge and become a WA premium member.

The Benefits Of Being A Wealthy Affiliate Premium Member

Before all this, I had been blogging on a free membership. So I saw the potential of affiliate marketing, but I also knew that if I was going to really make money, I would need more training, as well as the many other things WA had to offer.

And there is a lot that they offer, as you can see below.

The upgrade did help in many different ways, and I’m actually thankful that I upgraded. But I thought that by upgrading I would make more money.
And that’s was the problem.

Upgrading doesn’t make more money.

YOU make the money.

Yes, it’s great to have more training, more 1-on-1 coaching, more encouragement. But if you’re not using all that you have available to you already, an upgrade in pretty worthless in the long run.

And so, with the upgrade, I went into the training quickly.

Well, part of the training.

Some of the training (again) I didn’t fully do, and thus, never fully utilized all that was given to me.

I blogged on and off the next few months. I didn’t really like the niche that I was a part of any more, and so I couldn’t really motivate myself to do much with my site.

But, I told myself that I had spent so much money on all this, that I had to at least keep on trying.

Fast forward to September. In that month I made my largest monthly sales. Just under 15 dollars!

I was ecstatic, seeing that maybe, just maybe, my blogging ventures would turn out great, and I would be that happy millionaire that I secretly dreamed of being.

September Monthly Commisions

A month or so before this, I had talked with my grandfather, and he told me, that, to make things really work out, I should write out a business plan, and then stick with it. And if it worked out, then good.

And if not, then move on and try something else.

Taking the advice from my very wise grandfather, I wrote out a six month business plan. I was hoping to be able to put up so many articles to my site, as well as branch out to several social media platforms, and in the end, make more money.

I told myself that the month of October would be my test month. See what I could do, and if I could raise my traffic, as well as see if I could earn more than $15 in one months.

The first week of my business plan, I was able to put up 10 articles! The next week, I was able to put up 7 articles.

Everything was looking good. My traffic was rising ever so slowly, and articles were ranking very quickly.

Due to something that happened within my life during that time, I stopped writing as much in the following two weeks, though I did a lot of reviewing previous articles, fixing typos, and adding images (which I never liked doing).

I was thinking that October would be my best month yet, with record traffic, and nearly double the articles I had on my site previously.

That’s when Google decided to update it’s algorithms.

Every so often, Google will update how they rank websites, and because of this, some websites will decrease in traffic, while others will increase. My site was just one of those that lost a lot of traffic.

Instead of finishing the month of October on a high note, I ended on a low note. Nothing was bought, and I was barely getting 10 people to my site daily. It definitely was a gut-punch to my stomach. Because of these things I learned a few more things about affiliate blogging:

  1. Never rely solely on one thing for all your traffic. I was relying heavily on Google for my traffic. While this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it does mean that if Google changes in some way, I may just lose traffic, thus losing income because of it.

    This is why it is so important for you to follow the training that WA has to offer. They help show you this in the training, and explain how branching out to social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) isn’t a bad idea.
  2. Blog about something that you are truly passionate about. Bad breath just wasn’t something I was that passionate about any more. If it was, I wouldn’t have cared too much about the drop in traffic, and just kept on blogging.

    But it wasn’t something that I enjoyed writing about. Oh, I enjoyed learning, and making money, but that didn’t motivate me enough to keep myself within the bad breath niche.

Blog failing, life not working out like I wanted it to. The world seemed grim, and nothing seemed to be what it should be.

Thinking back through what I learned about myself, and what I had learned from the year, I decided that the next year, this year of 2019, would be different. I would learn from my mistakes and make a website that made money.

And so here I am. This site is just that.


Wealthy Affiliate Does Work!

$199 waiting for us to get paid out, as well as 278 referral credits waiting to be turned into $$$
Screenshot of one place waiting for us to get paid out!

This site has evolved over the time that it’s been operating. While the team that work on We Get Scammed For You is still relatively small, we have some dedicated workers who put their heart into their work.

Below is just what you can do with 6 months of Wealthy Affiliate.

We’ve learned from our mistakes and are steadily growing our money from what we learn through affiliate marketing:

Join Wealthy Affiliate Today!

Join Wealthy Affiliate Today!

Join today, and learn from us. When you join through our link, we’ll be notified that you’ve joined, and can help you as you learn how to make money with affiliate marketing.

You’ll learn from our mistakes, be able to run any ‘niche’ ideas past us, and ask for help on anything relating to wealthy affiliate or affiliate marketing.

And on top of this, you don’t have to pay a dime to see if Wealthy Affiliate really works.

Stay on a starter member until you make money (and see that it works), and then upgrade. Where else can you do that?

So join today. Meet up with us and others. And start learning immediately just how you can make money online!

DoEasyWork.com Review: Is It Easy Work? (Learn Why It’s Not Legit!)

DoEasyWork.com Review: Is It Easy Work? (Learn Why It’s Not Legit!)

You’re here wondering just whether DoEasyWork.com is a scam or not. Well, we won’t leave you in suspense. It is indeed a scam. But make sure to continue reading to see why!

We’ve been monitoring several sites, and came to find that they’ve changed their scam completely around, and are now trying to scam people through this new data entry job scam.

(NOTE: The screenshots were taken from several different sites that also have the same exact scam on it.)


Quick Review

  • They don’t have any Data Entry work for you to actually do
  • They are using fake testimonials/images/names on their site
  • Even if you make enough money to get paid out, they will never pay you

Do Easy Work isn’t going to pay you. They are a scam website and one that you shouldn’t be working for. Instead of working for them, click the link below to read about our recommended program for making money online!


What Does The Site Claim To Give You?

TakingWork.com's Main Page

As you can see from the screenshot above, DoEasyWork.com claims to be a site where you can earn money from home. Not only that, but you can earn money by doing ‘simple data entry jobs and tasks.’

What is data entry?

Basically, when someone wants someone to enter something into a form, or fill certain information into a spreadsheet, it can be called data entry work. You’re simply entering data. It’s pretty easy and straightforward. We’ve done it before and it’s, well, sort of boring and mundane. But it is work nevertheless.

Nothing is overly wrong with a data entry job. The only thing is that most of these jobs don’t pay a lot, and so you have to do a lot of entering to actually make something.

But DoEasyWork.com is claiming that you can make $1 dollar per line of data entry!

What You Get Paid For

As you can see from the above screenshot, DoEasyWork.com shows you just exactly what you get paid for – ‘the cost of per line data entry is 1 dollar.’ Not only that, but if you refer someone to the site, you also get half of what they make.

Let’s think about that. Someone is going to pay you $1 dollar for entering in a line of data? Do you really think that someone would really do this?

And On top of that, they are actually going to have to pay more than $1 dollar if they pay for half of what the referral makes. If your referral makes $1 dollar, then you make 50 cents. Which means that the person paying for the data entry work is actually paying $1.50 dollars per line of data.

Now, we’ve done data entry work, and we know just how much they pay. No one in their right mind would pay that much for that type of work. If you were good, you might be able to get 50 cents for 50 lines of data entry. But $1 dollar for one line? Something is clearly not right here.

But, of course, we can’t just leave it like that, can we? No, we can’t!

We explored a little more, and found that DoEasyWork.com appeared to have exact testimonials as other websites. And on top of that, they were found to be faked!

The Faked Testimonials!

Fake Testimonials

If you scroll down to the middle of one of the subdomains, you’ll find two testimonials. And they are very interesting testimonials.

The first is from someone named Mark Stern. What’s even more interesting is that this guy named Mark, who seems like he has a male name, has a female image! Also, it appears Mark doesn’t quite understand how to speak in English, since there are quite a few grammatical mistakes within his (or her) review.

The second testimonials is from someone called Jennifer Wiens. She has similar broken English, and claims to have made $5700 dollars, which she got from a check.

Now, we took the liberty of searching the internet to see if these images on the testimonials appear anywhere else. And we found that they did. Not only that, but we found a testimonial that uses Mark’s first name, and Jennifer’s last name!

Mark Wiens?

In the above screen capture, you’ll notice a very familiar face – but this time, the person’s name is Mark Wiens! And not only that, but they claim to be the CEO of Google!

Anyone who can do a quick search would know that the CEO of Google is actually Sundar Pichai, and not Mark Alviro Wiens. So, the above testimonial (found somewhere else) is clearly not reliable and also faked.

Also, if you search for the other image, Jennifer’s profile picture, you can find her on dozens of websites, most of which talk about some sort of hair styles or wall paper.

Hairstyles and Fake Images

All the above is to show that DoEasyWork.com and other sites like it are pretending to have legit testimonials. They realistically just made up those reviews so that people would have a higher chance of believing them.

But, even though they are lying about their testimonials, and even though they have to be scamming people by saying you’ll get $1 dollar for every line of data you enter, we still decided to see if we could actually make money and get paid.

How Do You Make Money?

It’s very simple on how you make money. You either do data entry work, or you refer people, and they make the money for you. Of course, it’s not as easy as it sounds (nor as legit as it is), but we went ahead and created an account. After we did, we found that there was no place to actually do any data entry work!

No Data Entry Jobs!

As you can see from the above screenshot of DoEasyWork.com, there was no way to make money with data entry jobs. We searched high and low. So how exactly did we make $205?

We did it through referring others and getting them to register an account. (Okay, so in all actuality, we know this is a scam, and we know how DoEasyWork.com functions, and so we just created a bunch of test accounts through our referral link, and ‘made’ the money – we didn’t really refer anyone else).

Now, this is where things get interesting. For every referral you get to sign up, you make $10. And you need to have a minimum of $100 dollars before you can request a pay out. So, after getting to the minimum, and getting 10 people to sign up, we requested a pay out.

We need 20 referrals?

Yes, DoEasyWork.com told us that we need to have a minimum of 20 referrals before we could actually pay out. So, with our cool techniques, we made another 10 accounts, and got to the referral minimum.
But even still, we weren’t able to get paid:

Verify The Captcha

You see, to get paid out, you have to do a simple little captcha test. Sadly, it’s not simple, and it’s only making them get money, and not you.

For every captcha test you do, they make some profit off of it, since most of them are surveys. They get you to do a survey, they reap the rewards of that commission to the survey, and they never pay you.
We’ve seen this type of scam before, and unfortunately, it’s not going to leave any time soon. They are scamming hundreds, if not thousands, of people from their time, and profiting off of others hard work. It’s a scam and a fraud.

DoEasyWork.com Is A Scam!

Don’t be fooled! DoEasyWork.com Is a scam. It is a fraudulent website, and not a legit work-at-home job.

We would highly recommend that you stay away from them. You won’t get paid. Trust us on this. We’ve seen these types of scams before, and there is no way to get your money. They won’t reply to your messages, and they don’t care that they are scamming innocent people.

Check Out Our Recommended Make-Money Program!

We’ve been using Wealthy Affiliate to make money for over a year now, and haven’t regretted it yet. We would highly recommend anyone who is interested in making-money-online to check out Wealthy Affiliate.

Wealthy Affiliate teaches you how to make money through the use of affiliate links. Basically, they teach you how to set up a website, and promote things online that you like and enjoy using.

While they do have a paid premium membership, they also have a free membership, where they give you two free websites to practice on, as well as training and a community to help you with any other questions you have.

MyIncomeWeb.com Review: Is It A Scam? (Learn Why!)

MyIncomeWeb.com Review: Is It A Scam? (Learn Why!)

You’re here wondering just whether MyIncomeWeb.com is a scam or not. Well, we won’t leave you in suspense. It is indeed a scam. But make sure to continue reading to see why!

We’ve been monitoring several sites, and came to find that they’ve changed their scam completely around, and are now trying to scam people through this new data entry job scam.

(NOTE: The screenshots were taken from several different sites that also have the same exact scam on it.)


Quick Review

  • They don’t have any Data Entry work for you to actually do
  • They are using fake testimonials/images/names on their site
  • Even if you make enough money to get paid out, they will never pay you

My Income Web isn’t going to pay you. They are a scam website and one that you shouldn’t be working for. Instead of working for them, click the link below to read about our recommended program for making money online!


What Does The Site Claim To Give You?

TakingWork.com's Main Page

As you can see from the screenshot above, MyIncomeWeb.com claims to be a site where you can earn money from home. Not only that, but you can earn money by doing ‘simple data entry jobs and tasks.’

What is data entry?

Basically, when someone wants someone to enter something into a form, or fill certain information into a spreadsheet, it can be called data entry work. You’re simply entering data. It’s pretty easy and straightforward. We’ve done it before and it’s, well, sort of boring and mundane. But it is work nevertheless.

Nothing is overly wrong with a data entry job. The only thing is that most of these jobs don’t pay a lot, and so you have to do a lot of entering to actually make something.

But MyIncomeWeb.com is claiming that you can make $1 dollar per line of data entry!

What You Get Paid For

As you can see from the above screenshot, MyIncomeWeb.com shows you just exactly what you get paid for – ‘the cost of per line data entry is 1 dollar.’ Not only that, but if you refer someone to the site, you also get half of what they make.

Let’s think about that. Someone is going to pay you $1 dollar for entering in a line of data? Do you really think that someone would really do this?

And On top of that, they are actually going to have to pay more than $1 dollar if they pay for half of what the referral makes. If your referral makes $1 dollar, then you make 50 cents. Which means that the person paying for the data entry work is actually paying $1.50 dollars per line of data.

Now, we’ve done data entry work, and we know just how much they pay. No one in their right mind would pay that much for that type of work. If you were good, you might be able to get 50 cents for 50 lines of data entry. But $1 dollar for one line? Something is clearly not right here.

But, of course, we can’t just leave it like that, can we? No, we can’t!

We explored a little more, and found that MyIncomeWeb.com appeared to have exact testimonials as other websites. And on top of that, they were found to be faked!

The Faked Testimonials!

Fake Testimonials

If you scroll down to the middle of one of the subdomains, you’ll find two testimonials. And they are very interesting testimonials.

The first is from someone named Mark Stern. What’s even more interesting is that this guy named Mark, who seems like he has a male name, has a female image! Also, it appears Mark doesn’t quite understand how to speak in English, since there are quite a few grammatical mistakes within his (or her) review.

The second testimonials is from someone called Jennifer Wiens. She has similar broken English, and claims to have made $5700 dollars, which she got from a check.

Now, we took the liberty of searching the internet to see if these images on the testimonials appear anywhere else. And we found that they did. Not only that, but we found a testimonial that uses Mark’s first name, and Jennifer’s last name!

Mark Wiens?

In the above screen capture, you’ll notice a very familiar face – but this time, the person’s name is Mark Wiens! And not only that, but they claim to be the CEO of Google!

Anyone who can do a quick search would know that the CEO of Google is actually Sundar Pichai, and not Mark Alviro Wiens. So, the above testimonial (found somewhere else) is clearly not reliable and also faked.

Also, if you search for the other image, Jennifer’s profile picture, you can find her on dozens of websites, most of which talk about some sort of hair styles or wall paper.

Hairstyles and Fake Images

All the above is to show that MyIncomeWeb.com and other sites like it are pretending to have legit testimonials. They realistically just made up those reviews so that people would have a higher chance of believing them.

But, even though they are lying about their testimonials, and even though they have to be scamming people by saying you’ll get $1 dollar for every line of data you enter, we still decided to see if we could actually make money and get paid.

How Do You Make Money?

It’s very simple on how you make money. You either do data entry work, or you refer people, and they make the money for you. Of course, it’s not as easy as it sounds (nor as legit as it is), but we went ahead and created an account. After we did, we found that there was no place to actually do any data entry work!

No Data Entry Jobs!

As you can see from the above screenshot of MyIncomeWeb.com, there was no way to make money with data entry jobs. We searched high and low. So how exactly did we make $205?

We did it through referring others and getting them to register an account. (Okay, so in all actuality, we know this is a scam, and we know how MyIncomeWeb.com functions, and so we just created a bunch of test accounts through our referral link, and ‘made’ the money – we didn’t really refer anyone else).

Now, this is where things get interesting. For every referral you get to sign up, you make $10. And you need to have a minimum of $100 dollars before you can request a pay out. So, after getting to the minimum, and getting 10 people to sign up, we requested a pay out.

We need 20 referrals?

Yes, MyIncomeWeb.com told us that we need to have a minimum of 20 referrals before we could actually pay out. So, with our cool techniques, we made another 10 accounts, and got to the referral minimum.
But even still, we weren’t able to get paid:

Verify The Captcha

You see, to get paid out, you have to do a simple little captcha test. Sadly, it’s not simple, and it’s only making them get money, and not you.

For every captcha test you do, they make some profit off of it, since most of them are surveys. They get you to do a survey, they reap the rewards of that commission to the survey, and they never pay you.
We’ve seen this type of scam before, and unfortunately, it’s not going to leave any time soon. They are scamming hundreds, if not thousands, of people from their time, and profiting off of others hard work. It’s a scam and a fraud.

MyIncomeWeb.com Is A Scam!

Don’t be fooled! MyIncomeWeb.com Is a scam. It is a fraudulent website, and not a legit work-at-home job.

We would highly recommend that you stay away from them. You won’t get paid. Trust us on this. We’ve seen these types of scams before, and there is no way to get your money. They won’t reply to your messages, and they don’t care that they are scamming innocent people.

Check Out Our Recommended Make-Money Program!

We’ve been using Wealthy Affiliate to make money for over a year now, and haven’t regretted it yet. We would highly recommend anyone who is interested in making-money-online to check out Wealthy Affiliate.

Wealthy Affiliate teaches you how to make money through the use of affiliate links. Basically, they teach you how to set up a website, and promote things online that you like and enjoy using.

While they do have a paid premium membership, they also have a free membership, where they give you two free websites to practice on, as well as training and a community to help you with any other questions you have.

TheDollarPay.com (Honest Review): Why Is The Dollar Pay A Scam?

TheDollarPay.com (Honest Review): Why Is The Dollar Pay A Scam?

What does a review of Job.TheDollarPay.com and a review of DataEntry.TheDollarPay.com have in common? They are both scam websites.

Not only that, but these sites are subdomains that are exactly the same. Same images. Same designs. And even the same words.

We’ve been monitoring several sites, and came to find that they’ve changed their scam completely around, and are now trying to scam people through this new data entry job scam.

(NOTE: The screenshots were taken from several different sites that also have the same exact scam on it.)


Quick Review

  • They don’t have any Data Entry work for you to actually do
  • They are using fake testimonials/images/names on their site
  • Even if you make enough money to get paid out, they will never pay you

The Dollar Pay isn’t going to pay you. They are a scam website and one that you shouldn’t be working for. Instead of working for them, click the link below to read about our recommended program for making money online!


What Do The Sites Claim To Give You?

TakingWork.com's Main Page

As you can see from the screenshot above, TheDollarPay.com, along with the rest of the subdomains, claims to be a site where you can earn money from home. Not only that, but you can earn money by doing ‘simple data entry jobs and tasks.’

What is data entry?

Basically, when someone wants someone to enter something into a form, or fill certain information into a spreadsheet, it can be called data entry work. You’re simply entering data. It’s pretty easy and straightforward. We’ve done it before and it’s, well, sort of boring and mundane. But it is work nevertheless.

Nothing is overly wrong with a data entry job. The only thing is that most of these jobs don’t pay a lot, and so you have to do a lot of entering to actually make something.

But TheDollarPay.com is claiming that you can make $1 dollar per line of data entry!

What You Get Paid For

As you can see from the above screenshot, TheDollarPay.com shows you just exactly what you get paid for – ‘the cost of per line data entry is 1 dollar.’ Not only that, but if you refer someone to the site, you also get half of what they make.

Let’s think about that. Someone is going to pay you $1 dollar for entering in a line of data? Do you really think that someone would really do this?

And On top of that, they are actually going to have to pay more than $1 dollar if they pay for half of what the referral makes. If your referral makes $1 dollar, then you make 50 cents. Which means that the person paying for the data entry work is actually paying $1.50 dollars per line of data.

Now, we’ve done data entry work, and we know just how much they pay. No one in their right mind would pay that much for that type of work. If you were good, you might be able to get 50 cents for 50 lines of data entry. But $1 dollar for one line? Something is clearly not right here.

But, of course, we can’t just leave it like that, can we? No, we can’t!

We explored a little more, and found that these subdomains, Job.TheDollarPay.com and DataEntry.TheDollarPay.com all had the same exact testimonials. And on top of that, they were found to be faked!

The Faked Testimonials!

Fake Testimonials

If you scroll down to the middle of one of the subdomains, you’ll find two testimonials. And they are very interesting testimonials.

The first is from someone named Mark Stern. What’s even more interesting is that this guy named Mark, who seems like he has a male name, has a female image! Also, it appears Mark doesn’t quite understand how to speak in English, since there are quite a few grammatical mistakes within his (or her) review.

The second testimonials is from someone called Jennifer Wiens. She has similar broken English, and claims to have made $5700 dollars, which she got from a check.

Now, we took the liberty of searching the internet to see if these images on the testimonials appear anywhere else. And we found that they did. Not only that, but we found a testimonial that uses Mark’s first name, and Jennifer’s last name!

Mark Wiens?

In the above screen capture, you’ll notice a very familiar face – but this time, the person’s name is Mark Wiens! And not only that, but they claim to be the CEO of Google!

Anyone who can do a quick search would know that the CEO of Google is actually Sundar Pichai, and not Mark Alviro Wiens. So, the above testimonial (found somewhere else) is clearly not reliable and also faked.

Also, if you search for the other image, Jennifer’s profile picture, you can find her on dozens of websites, most of which talk about some sort of hair styles or wall paper.

Hairstyles and Fake Images

All the above is to show that TheDollarPay.com and other sites like it are pretending to have legit testimonials. They realistically just made up those reviews so that people would have a higher chance of believing them.

But, even though they are lying about their testimonials, and even though they have to be scamming people by saying you’ll get $1 dollar for every line of data you enter, we still decided to see if we could actually make money and get paid.

How Do You Make Money?

It’s very simple on how you make money. You either do data entry work, or you refer people, and they make the money for you. Of course, it’s not as easy as it sounds (nor as legit as it is), but we went ahead and created an account. After we did, we found that there was no place to actually do any data entry work!

No Data Entry Jobs!

As you can see from the above screenshot of TheDollarPay.com, there was no way to make money with data entry jobs. We searched high and low. So how exactly did we make $205?

We did it through referring others and getting them to register an account. (Okay, so in all actuality, we know this is a scam, and we know how TheDollarPay.com functions, and so we just created a bunch of test accounts through our referral link, and ‘made’ the money – we didn’t really refer anyone else).

Now, this is where things get interesting. For every referral you get to sign up, you make $10. And you need to have a minimum of $100 dollars before you can request a pay out. So, after getting to the minimum, and getting 10 people to sign up, we requested a pay out.

We need 20 referrals?

Yes, TheDollarPay.com told us that we need to have a minimum of 20 referrals before we could actually pay out. So, with our cool techniques, we made another 10 accounts, and got to the referral minimum.
But even still, we weren’t able to get paid:

Verify The Captcha

You see, to get paid out, you have to do a simple little captcha test. Sadly, it’s not simple, and it’s only making them get money, and not you.

For every captcha test you do, they make some profit off of it, since most of them are surveys. They get you to do a survey, they reap the rewards of that commission to the survey, and they never pay you.
We’ve seen this type of scam before, and unfortunately, it’s not going to leave any time soon. They are scamming hundreds, if not thousands, of people from their time, and profiting off of others hard work. It’s a scam and a fraud.

TheDollarPay.com Is A Scam!

Don’t be fooled! Job.TheDollarPay.com is a scam, as well as DataEntry.TheDollarPay.com. They are all fraudulent websites, and are not legit work-at-home jobs.

We would highly recommend that you stay away from them. You won’t get paid. Trust us on this. We’ve seen these types of scams before, and there is no way to get your money. They won’t reply to your messages, and they don’t care that they are scamming innocent people.

Check Out Our Recommended Make-Money Program!

We’ve been using Wealthy Affiliate to make money for over a year now, and haven’t regretted it yet. We would highly recommend anyone who is interested in making-money-online to check out Wealthy Affiliate.

Wealthy Affiliate teaches you how to make money through the use of affiliate links. Basically, they teach you how to set up a website, and promote things online that you like and enjoy using.

While they do have a paid premium membership, they also have a free membership, where they give you two free websites to practice on, as well as training and a community to help you with any other questions you have.

WorkGreed.com Review: (Don’t Get Scammed!)

WorkGreed.com Review: (Don’t Get Scammed!)

Work Greed is a site that claims you can make a lot of money in a short amount of time. They also seem to be running these similar scams on three of it’s subdomains: DataEntry.WorkGreed.com, Job.WorkGreed.com and Work.WorkGreed.com.

Work Greed it running a typical get-rich-quick scheme, feel free to take a look at this article on that very subject.

You may not know this, but Work Greed actually shows up on other sites. In the following article, we’ll be looking at why Work Greed is a scam, by looking at another site that is exactly like it (and one that we reviewed).

So while the name may be different, the concept and answer is still the same.

Alternative Program:

Work Greed is indeed a scam. But there are alternative places to work online. Click the button to learn more!


Here at We Get Scammed For You, we do our best to get scammed for you, so that you don’t have to go through the arduous process of getting scammed. And this site is one we’re glad to get scammed for you.

This site is actually one that can be found at several places. We’ve found this same exact website, and scam, on nearly 40 other websites.

The people behind this scam must be desperate! But, before you write this one off as a scam, allow us to walk you through the process of how we came to the conclusion, so that you can actually see that it really is a scam!

To The Website We Go!

Front Page of MWFL

MWFL (My Work For Life) comes across with rather bold, and somewhat outrageous claims about how much you can make.

They claim that if you have an internet connection and at least 1 hour per day, then you can make money, as they are

the only easiest service Conducting Live earning Program for our users and members benefits..’ .

So what exactly is this easiest service that they’re talking about, that you can make so much money with?

To their FAQ!

It’s in the FAQ (Frequently Asked Question) list that you find how you’ll (supposedly make money). They say that they’ll give you a referral link (or multiple ones – it’s not really specified here in detail). You then promote this referral link where ever you want – Facebook, forums, etc.

For every person who clicks through your referral link, you’ll make 5-10 dollars. Once you make a minimum of 300 dollars (or around 60 people clicking through your link), then you can get paid (or so they say).

This is the first thing that jumped out to us – the high commission rate. Honestly, no one is going to pay you 5-10 bucks just for you to get someone to their site. Trust us, you don’t find those type of commissions out there.

On top of that, as you read through the site you’ll notice many grammatical and punctuation mistakes. If this was a legit site, you shouldn’t see those type of English errors.

But let’s make an account, and see what else we can gleam from this scam.

Time to visit their registering page.

As you can see from the screenshot above, when you go to register, you’ll find that they ask quite a bit of info from you. They require your email address, home address, and real name (so that they can send a cheque to you if needed).

It’s understandable that you need an email address, but your home address, and real name? Personally, we find that a bit risky, especially with the site not having a Privacy Policy page.

Most sites (including ours), have Privacy Policy pages, where we explain what we collect from you, why we’re collecting, and what we do with it.

If people aren’t telling you those things, then you shouldn’t really be doing business with them, even if it sounds legit. You have no clue what MWFL is doing with your info – they could be selling it, giving it away, or using it for who-knows-what.

But what happens if you make an account?

Creating an account.

My created account

Creating an account is easy enough to do. They even give you $10 dollars to start out with. So all you need is another 290, and you’ll be able to request a pay out.

What happens when you reach that level?

Well, they require that you go to a certain site, and download a payout form. You’re supposed to fill it out, and then they’ll pay you.

We’ve tried (on several occasions) to download that form, and get paid. But, no matter how hard we tried, there was no way to download the form. They tell you that you have to do certain things (like fill out a survey, join a sweepstakes, etc), and then they’ll give you the form.

Sadly, even if you do that they won’t give it to you. It’s very disappointing (especially, when you take all the time to get people to click on your link).

Does this mean that this program is a scam? Well, there is one more thing that we did, just to make sure that it wasn’t a scam. And that was talk with their supported system (or at least try to).

Contact support.

So we emailed their support email, and told them we wanted to get scammed!

Support Email

As you can see, we asked in our email that they would talk all our money, and scam us. We were hoping we would get a reply. As usual, we got an email back from our email service provider, telling us that that email didn’t exist:

No Valid Email Address

Sadly, it looks like MWFL isn’t going to be answering their email anytime soon, nor are they going to be paying their customers either.

Is My Work For Life A Scam?

That’s what we think it is. A scam, at least. We’ve tried to get in touch with them, and to see if they would tell us anything, but they don’t seem to be replying to our emails.

Also, they don’t seem to be paying anyone anything either. So yeah, it’s best not to do anything with this site. You’ll lose a lot of time if you do (we have, that’s for sure).


WorkGreed.com Is A Scam!

As you’ve seen above, Work Greed is indeed a scam. They are running a site that is exactly like My Work For Life, and aren’t ones that we would recommend using. You’ll only lose money in the end.

But there are sites that we do recommend that you take a look at, if you’re interested in making money. We reviewed Wealthy Affiliate, and have named it our #1 scam-free program that helps you make money online. Feel free to check it out when you have the time.

Wealthy Affiliate will teach you how to make money online, and give you the right tools to get you started. You’ll learn how to build websites, customized them for SEO, and how to get people to your sites, and make money from it. All in all, Wealthy Affiliate is a great program to check out!

(Scam Alert!) DataEntry.PayOrignal.com And Job.PayOrignal.com Review

(Scam Alert!) DataEntry.PayOrignal.com And Job.PayOrignal.com Review

What does a review of Job.PayOrignal.com and a review of DataEntry.PayOrignal.com have in common? They are both scam websites.
Not only that, but these sites are subdomains that are exactly the same. Same images. Same designs. And even the same words.

We’ve been monitoring several sites, and came to find that they’ve changed their scam completely around, and are now trying to scam people through this new data entry job scam.

(NOTE: The screenshots were taken from several different sites that also have the same exact scam on it.)


Quick Review

  • They don’t have any Data Entry work for you to actually do
  • They are using fake testimonials/images/names on their site
  • Even if you make enough money to get paid out, they will never pay you

Pay Orignal isn’t going to pay you. They are a scam website and one that you shouldn’t be working for. Instead of working for them, click the link below to read about our recommended program for making money online!


What Do The Sites Claim To Give You?

TakingWork.com's Main Page

As you can see from the screenshot above, PayOrignal.com, along with the rest of the subdomains, claims to be a site where you can earn money from home. Not only that, but you can earn money by doing ‘simple data entry jobs and tasks.’

What is data entry?

Basically, when someone wants someone to enter something into a form, or fill certain information into a spreadsheet, it can be called data entry work. You’re simply entering data. It’s pretty easy and straightforward. We’ve done it before and it’s, well, sort of boring and mundane. But it is work nevertheless.

Nothing is overly wrong with a data entry job. The only thing is that most of these jobs don’t pay a lot, and so you have to do a lot of entering to actually make something.

But PayOrignal.com is claiming that you can make $1 dollar per line of data entry!

What You Get Paid For

As you can see from the above screenshot, PayOrignal.com shows you just exactly what you get paid for – ‘the cost of per line data entry is 1 dollar.’ Not only that, but if you refer someone to the site, you also get half of what they make.

Let’s think about that. Someone is going to pay you $1 dollar for entering in a line of data? Do you really think that someone would really do this?

And On top of that, they are actually going to have to pay more than $1 dollar if they pay for half of what the referral makes. If your referral makes $1 dollar, then you make 50 cents. Which means that the person paying for the data entry work is actually paying $1.50 dollars per line of data.

Now, we’ve done data entry work, and we know just how much they pay. No one in their right mind would pay that much for that type of work. If you were good, you might be able to get 50 cents for 50 lines of data entry. But $1 dollar for one line? Something is clearly not right here.

But, of course, we can’t just leave it like that, can we? No, we can’t!

We explored a little more, and found that these subdomains, Job.PayOrignal.com and DataEntry.PayOrignal.com all had the same exact testimonials. And on top of that, they were found to be faked!

The Faked Testimonials!

Fake Testimonials

If you scroll down to the middle of one of the subdomains, you’ll find two testimonials. And they are very interesting testimonials.

The first is from someone named Mark Stern. What’s even more interesting is that this guy named Mark, who seems like he has a male name, has a female image! Also, it appears Mark doesn’t quite understand how to speak in English, since there are quite a few grammatical mistakes within his (or her) review.

The second testimonials is from someone called Jennifer Wiens. She has similar broken English, and claims to have made $5700 dollars, which she got from a check.

Now, we took the liberty of searching the internet to see if these images on the testimonials appear anywhere else. And we found that they did. Not only that, but we found a testimonial that uses Mark’s first name, and Jennifer’s last name!

Mark Wiens?

In the above screen capture, you’ll notice a very familiar face – but this time, the person’s name is Mark Wiens! And not only that, but they claim to be the CEO of Google!

Anyone who can do a quick search would know that the CEO of Google is actually Sundar Pichai, and not Mark Alviro Wiens. So, the above testimonial (found somewhere else) is clearly not reliable and also faked.

Also, if you search for the other image, Jennifer’s profile picture, you can find her on dozens of websites, most of which talk about some sort of hair styles or wall paper.

Hairstyles and Fake Images

All the above is to show that PayOrignal.com and other sites like it are pretending to have legit testimonials. They realistically just made up those reviews so that people would have a higher chance of believing them.

But, even though they are lying about their testimonials, and even though they have to be scamming people by saying you’ll get $1 dollar for every line of data you enter, we still decided to see if we could actually make money and get paid.

How Do You Make Money?

It’s very simple on how you make money. You either do data entry work, or you refer people, and they make the money for you. Of course, it’s not as easy as it sounds (nor as legit as it is), but we went ahead and created an account. After we did, we found that there was no place to actually do any data entry work!

No Data Entry Jobs!

As you can see from the above screenshot of PayOrignal.com, there was no way to make money with data entry jobs. We searched high and low. So how exactly did we make $205?

We did it through referring others and getting them to register an account. (Okay, so in all actuality, we know this is a scam, and we know how PayOrignal.com functions, and so we just created a bunch of test accounts through our referral link, and ‘made’ the money – we didn’t really refer anyone else).

Now, this is where things get interesting. For every referral you get to sign up, you make $10. And you need to have a minimum of $100 dollars before you can request a pay out. So, after getting to the minimum, and getting 10 people to sign up, we requested a pay out.

We need 20 referrals?

Yes, PayOrignal.com told us that we need to have a minimum of 20 referrals before we could actually pay out. So, with our cool techniques, we made another 10 accounts, and got to the referral minimum.
But even still, we weren’t able to get paid:

Verify The Captcha

You see, to get paid out, you have to do a simple little captcha test. Sadly, it’s not simple, and it’s only making them get money, and not you.

For every captcha test you do, they make some profit off of it, since most of them are surveys. They get you to do a survey, they reap the rewards of that commission to the survey, and they never pay you.
We’ve seen this type of scam before, and unfortunately, it’s not going to leave any time soon. They are scamming hundreds, if not thousands, of people from their time, and profiting off of others hard work. It’s a scam and a fraud.

PayOrignal.com Is A Scam!

Don’t be fooled! Job.PayOrignal.com is a scam, as well as DataEntry.PayOrignal.com. They are all fraudulent websites, and are not legit work-at-home jobs.

We would highly recommend that you stay away from them. You won’t get paid. Trust us on this. We’ve seen these types of scams before, and there is no way to get your money. They won’t reply to your messages, and they don’t care that they are scamming innocent people.

Check Out Our Recommended Make-Money Program!

We’ve been using Wealthy Affiliate to make money for over a year now, and haven’t regretted it yet. We would highly recommend anyone who is interested in making-money-online to check out Wealthy Affiliate.

Wealthy Affiliate teaches you how to make money through the use of affiliate links. Basically, they teach you how to set up a website, and promote things online that you like and enjoy using.

While they do have a paid premium membership, they also have a free membership, where they give you two free websites to practice on, as well as training and a community to help you with any other questions you have.

Earnshot.com Review: Is Earnshot A Scam? (Yes, And Here’s Why!)

Earnshot.com Review: Is Earnshot A Scam? (Yes, And Here’s Why!)

What does a review of work.Earnshot.com, a review of task.Earnshot.com, a review of job.Earnshot.com, a review of start.Earnshot.com, and a review of dataentry.Earnshot.com have in common? They are all scam websites.

Not only that, but these sites are subdomains that are exactly the same. Same images. Same designs. And even the same words.

We’ve been monitoring several sites, and came to find that they’ve changed their scam completely around, and are now trying to scam people through this new data entry job scam.

(NOTE: The screenshots were taken from several different sites that also have the same exact scam on it.)


Quick Review

  • They don’t have any Data Entry work for you to actually do
  • They are using fake testimonials/images/names on their site
  • Even if you make enough money to get paid out, they will never pay you

Earn Shot isn’t going to pay you. They are a scam website and one that you shouldn’t be working for. Instead of working for them, click the link below to read about our recommended program for making money online!


What Do The Sites Claim To Give You?

TakingWork.com's Main Page

As you can see from the screenshot above, Earnshot.com, along with the rest of the subdomains, claims to be a site where you can earn money from home. Not only that, but you can earn money by doing ‘simple data entry jobs and tasks.’

What is data entry?

Basically, when someone wants someone to enter something into a form, or fill certain information into a spreadsheet, it can be called data entry work. You’re simply entering data. It’s pretty easy and straightforward. We’ve done it before and it’s, well, sort of boring and mundane. But it is work nevertheless.

Nothing is overly wrong with a data entry job. The only thing is that most of these jobs don’t pay a lot, so you have to do a lot of entering to actually make something.

But Earnshot.com is claiming that you can make $1 dollar per line of data entry!

What You Get Paid For

As you can see from the above screenshot, Earnshot.com shows you just exactly what you get paid for – ‘the cost of per line data entry is 1 dollar.’ Not only that, but if you refer someone to the site, you also get half of what they make.

Let’s think about that. Someone is going to pay you $1 dollar for entering in a line of data? Do you really think that someone would really do this?

And on top of that, they are actually going to have to pay more than $1 dollar if they pay for half of what the referral makes. If your referral makes $1 dollar, then you make 50 cents. Which means that the person paying for the data entry work is actually paying $1.50 dollars per line of data.

Now, we’ve done data entry work, and we know just how much they pay. No one in their right mind would pay that much for that type of work. If you were good, you might be able to get 50 cents for 50 lines of data entry. But $1 dollar for one line? Something is clearly not right here.

But, of course, we can’t just leave it like that, can we? No, we can’t!

We explored a little more, and found that these subdomains, work.Earnshot.com, task.Earnshot.com, job.Earnshot.com, start.Earnshot.com and dataentry.Earnshot.com all had the same exact testimonials. And on top of that, they were found to be faked!

The Faked Testimonials!

Fake Testimonials

If you scroll down to the middle of one of the subdomains, you’ll find two testimonials. And they are very interesting testimonials.

The first is from someone named Mark Stern. What’s even more interesting is that this guy named Mark, who seems like he has a male name, has a female image! Also, it appears Mark doesn’t quite understand how to speak in English, since there are quite a few grammatical mistakes within his (or her) review.

The second testimonials is from someone called Jennifer Wiens. She has similar broken English, and claims to have made $5700 dollars, which she got from a check.

Now, we took the liberty of searching the internet to see if these images on the testimonials appear anywhere else. And we found that they did. Not only that, but we found a testimonial that uses Mark’s first name, and Jennifer’s last name!

Mark Wiens?

In the above screen capture, you’ll notice a very familiar face – but this time, the person’s name is Mark Wiens! And not only that, but they claim to be the CEO of Google!

Anyone who can do a quick search would know that the CEO of Google is actually Sundar Pichai, and not Mark Alviro Wiens. So, the above testimonial (found somewhere else) is clearly not reliable and also faked.

Also, if you search for the other image, Jennifer’s profile picture, you can find her on dozens of websites, most of which talk about some sort of hair styles or wall paper.

Hairstyles and Fake Images

All the above is to show that Earnshot.com and other sites like it are pretending to have legit testimonials. They realistically just made up those reviews so that people would have a higher chance of believing them.

But, even though they are lying about their testimonials, and even though they have to be scamming people by saying you’ll get $1 dollar for every line of data you enter, we still decided to see if we could actually make money and get paid.

How Do You Make Money?

It’s very simple on how you make money. You either do data entry work, or you refer people, and they make the money for you. Of course, it’s not as easy as it sounds (nor as legit as it is), but we went ahead and created an account. After we did, we found that there was no place to actually do any data entry work!

No Data Entry Jobs!

As you can see from the above screenshot of Earnshot.com, there was no way to make money with data entry jobs. We searched high and low. So how exactly did we make $205?

We did it through referring others and getting them to register an account. (Okay, so in all actuality, we know this is a scam, and we know how Earnshot.com functions, and so we just created a bunch of test accounts through our referral link, and ‘made’ the money – we didn’t really refer anyone else).

Now, this is where things get interesting. For every referral you get to sign up, you make $10. And you need to have a minimum of $100 dollars before you can request a pay out. So, after getting to the minimum, and getting 10 people to sign up, we requested a pay out.

We need 20 referrals?

Yes, Earnshot.com told us that we need to have a minimum of 20 referrals before we could actually pay out. So, with our cool techniques, we made another 10 accounts, and got to the referral minimum.
But even still, we weren’t able to get paid:

Verify The Captcha

You see, to get paid out, you have to do a simple little captcha test. Sadly, it’s not simple, and it’s only making them get money, and not you.

For every captcha test you do, they make some profit off of it, since most of them are surveys. They get you to do a survey, they reap the rewards of that commission to the survey, and they never pay you.
We’ve seen this type of scam before, and unfortunately, it’s not going to leave any time soon. They are scamming hundreds, if not thousands, of people from their time, and profiting off of others’ hard work. It’s a scam and a fraud.

Earnshot.com Is A Scam!

Don’t be fooled! work.Earnshot.com is a scam, as well as task.Earnshot.com, job.Earnshot.com, start.Earnshot.com, and dataentry.Earnshot.com. They are all fraudulent websites, and are not legit work-at-home jobs.

We would highly recommend that you stay away from them. You won’t get paid. Trust us on this. We’ve seen these types of scams before, and there is no way to get your money. They won’t reply to your messages, and they don’t care that they are scamming innocent people.

Check Out Our Recommended Make-Money Program!

We’ve been using Wealthy Affiliate to make money for over a year now, and haven’t regretted it yet. We would highly recommend anyone who is interested in making-money-online to check out Wealthy Affiliate.

Wealthy Affiliate teaches you how to make money through the use of affiliate links. Basically, they teach you how to set up a website, and promote things online that you like and enjoy using.

While they do have a paid premium membership, they also have a free membership, where they give you two free websites to practice on, as well as training and a community to help you with any other questions you have.

Data Entry Job Scams! Don’t Be So Easily Fooled!

Data Entry Job Scams! Don’t Be So Easily Fooled!

What does a review of WorkWithMobile.com, a review of TheWorkMoney.com, a review of PayingType.com, and a review of TakingWork.com all have in common? They are all scam websites.
Not only that, but these sites are all sites that are exactly the same. Same images. Same designs. And even the same words.

We’ve been monitoring several sites, and came to find that they’ve changed their scam completely around, and are now trying to scam people through this new data entry job scam.

What Do The Sites Claim To Give You?

TakingWork.com's Main Page

As you can see from the screenshot above, TakingWork.com, along with the rest of the sites, claims to be a site where you can earn money from home. Not only that, but you can earn money by doing ‘simple data entry jobs and tasks.’

What is data entry?

Basically, when someone wants someone to enter something into a form, or fill certain information into a spreadsheet, it can be called data entry work. You’re simply entering data. It’s pretty easy and straightforward. We’ve done it before and it’s, well, sort of boring and mundane. But it is work nevertheless.

Nothing is overly wrong with a data entry job. The only thing is that most of these jobs don’t pay a lot, and so you have to do a lot of entering to actually make something.

But these sites, TakingWork.com and the rest, are all claiming that you can make $1 dollar per line of data entry!

What You Get Paid For

As you can see from the above screenshot, PayingType.com shows you just exactly what you get paid for – ‘the cost of per line data entry is 1 dollar.’ Not only that, but if you refer someone to the site, you also get half of what they make.

Let’s think about that. Someone is going to pay you $1 dollar for entering in a line of data? Do you really think that someone would really do this?

Not only that, but they are actually going to have to pay more than $1 dollar if they pay for half of what the referral makes. If your referral makes $1 dollar, then you make 50 cents. Which means that the person paying for the data entry work is actually paying $1.50 dollars per line of data.

Now, we’ve done data entry work, and we know just how much they pay. No one in their right mind would pay that much for that type of work. If you were good, you might be able to get 50 cents for 50 lines of data entry. But $1 dollar for one line? Something is clearly not right here.

But, of course, we can’t just leave it like that, can we? No, we can’t!

We explored a little more, and found that these sites, PayingType.com, TakingWork.com, and the others, all had the same exact testimonials. And on top of that, they were found to be faked!

The Faked Testimonials!

Fake Testimonials

If you scroll down to the middle of one of the sites, like TheWorkMoney.com, you’ll find two testimonials. And they are very interesting testimonials.
The first is from someone named Mark Stern. What’s even more interesting is that this guy named Mark, who seems like he has a male name, has a female image! Also, it appears Mark doesn’t quite understand how to speak in English, since there are quite a few grammatical mistakes within his (or her) review.

The second testimonials is from someone called Jennifer Wiens. She has similar broken English, and claims to have made $5700 dollars, which she got from a check.

Now, we took the liberty of searching the internet to see if these images on the testimonials appear anywhere else. And we found that they did. Not only that, but we found a testimonial that uses Mark’s first name, and Jennifer’s last name!

Mark Wiens?

In the above screen capture, you’ll notice a very familiar face – but this time, the person’s name is Mark Wiens! And not only that, but they claim to be the CEO of Google!

Anyone who can do a quick search would know that the CEO of Google is actually Sundar Pichai, and not Mark Alviro Wiens. So, the above testimonial (found somewhere else) is clearly not reliable and also faked.

Also, if you search for the other image, Jennifer’s profile picture, you can find her on dozens of websites, most of which talk about some sort of hair styles or wall paper.

Hairstyles and Fake Images

All the above is to show that TheWorkMoney.com and the other sites are pretending to have legit testimonials. They realistically just made up those reviews so that people would have a higher chance of believing them.

But, even though they are lying about their testimonials, and even though they have to be scamming people by saying you’ll get $1 dollar for every line of data you enter, we still decided to see if we could actually make money and get paid.

How Do You Make Money?

It’s very simple on how you make money. You either do data entry work, or you refer people, and they make the money for you. Of course, it’s not as easy as it sounds (nor as legit as it is), but we went ahead and created an account. After we did, we found that there was no place to actually do any data entry work!

No Data Entry Jobs!

As you can see from the above screenshot of WorkWithMobile.com, there was no way to make money with data entry jobs. We searched high and low. So how exactly did we make $205?

We did it through referring others and getting them to register an account. (Okay, so in all actuality, we know this is a scam, and we know how WorkWithMobile.com functions, and so we just created a bunch of test accounts through our referral link, and ‘made’ the money – we didn’t really refer anyone else).

Now, this is where things get interesting. For every referral you get to sign up, you make $10. And you need to have a minimum of $100 dollars before you can request a pay out. So, after getting to the minimum, and getting 10 people to sign up, we requested a pay out.

We need 20 referrals?

Yes, WorkWithMobile.com told us that we need to have a minimum of 20 referrals before we could actually pay out. So, with our cool techniques, we made another 10 accounts, and got to the referral minimum.
But even still, we weren’t able to get paid:

Verify The Captcha

You see, to get paid out, you have to do a simple little captcha test. Sadly, it’s not simple, and it’s only making them get money, and not you.

For every captcha test you do, they make some profit off of it, since most of them are surveys. They get you to do a survey, they reap the rewards of that commission to the survey, and they never pay you.
We’ve seen this type of scam before, and unfortunately, it’s not going to leave any time soon. They are scamming hundreds, if not thousands, of people from their time, and profiting off of others hard work. It’s a scam and a fraud.

Data Entry Job Scam!

Don’t be fooled! WorkWithMobile.com is a scam, as well as PayingType.com, TheWorkMoney.com, and TakingWork.com. They are all fraudulent websites, and are not legit work-at-home jobs.

We would highly recommend that you stay away from them. You won’t get paid. Trust us on this. We’ve seen these types of scams before, and there is no way to get your money. They won’t reply to your messages, and they don’t care that they are scamming innocent people.

Check Out Our Recommended Make-Money Program!

We’ve been using Wealthy Affiliate to make money for over a year now, and haven’t regretted it yet. We would highly recommend anyone who is interested in making-money-online to check out Wealthy Affiliate.

Wealthy Affiliate teaches you how to make money through the use of affiliate links. Basically, they teach you how to set up a website, and promote things online that you like and enjoy using.

While they do have a paid premium membership, they also have a free membership, where they give you two free websites to practice on, as well as training and a community to help you with any other questions you have.


Learn more about Wealthy Affiliate today!