SCAM WEBSITES TO AVOID

February 9, 2016 9:04am CST
There are so many websites that offer cash for tasks or work being done.There are however a many websites that are scams and only drain your time and energy.I have fallen victim to such websites.One characteristic is that they offer very lucrative and attractive deals such as earning $2500 a week.I fell for a site called dollarsonxyz that guaranteed to pay $25 on signing up.I signed up and indeed saw the $25 in my account.I was immediately excited thinking this was the real deal.My next task was simple,i was to advertise or market this website on facebook,twitter and whatsup and get $10 for every clic made.That simple.Minimum payout was $300.I made this amount in 2days.When i requested payout i was given so many surveys to fill and finally ended up going no where.It was then i discovered that these websites scam people and move on to change their URLS. dollarsonxyz has changed its name to the these other sites that share the same server.DO NOT BE FOOLED todaykhabar.com dollarsan.com dollarson.com dollartab.com cashpackets.com dollarmilk.com rightjob.xyz incomepoint.xyz hostingpie.website dollarsalary.com eurosalary.com joblink.xyz job4america.xyz cashway.xyz cashjob.xyz cashwork.xyz youthjob.xyz incomerain.com. dollarduty.com
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@fishtiger58 (30338)
• Momence, Illinois
9 Feb 16
Wow look at them all. And you are right most are scams. If it sounds to good to be true it probably is.
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9 Feb 16
they are all scams.No one gets paid and they post fake "recent payouts" and earning statisctics to entice people.
9 Feb 16
Totally true
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@trivia79 (7914)
• El Segundo, California
11 Feb 16
is this new?
11 Feb 16
This particular website dollarsonxyz is less than 1year but they have been changing their dormain once they get bad reviews
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@trivia79 (7914)
• El Segundo, California
11 Feb 16
@Kikijoyce in the first place, why didn't you checked first if they are legit?
11 Feb 16
@trivia79 I guess I was fooled by their attractive offer of earning 2000 dollars a week that I didnt give much thought of checking reviews
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@Bluedoll (17069)
• Canada
9 Feb 16
They say in the guidelines not to use affiliate links but since this is a scam alert might be okay, not sure. Anyway, yes it must be tough if you are out there looking. I'm not looking at the moment but sure will take this as good advice, thanks.
9 Feb 16
no company is would pay $10 for vising their website only once.these are the antics they use
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@Bluedoll (17069)
• Canada
9 Feb 16
@Kikijoyce Yes I agree because the internet is so easy to use unethical people can try to fool people. We need to choose carefully.
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@Corbin5 (105964)
• United States
9 Feb 16
You have done a great service for us all by posting all those scam websites. I bet there are too may scam websites to count. Sad.
10 Feb 16
Ive had personal experience with the ones listed and wouldnt want anyone to fall victim
@louievill (18640)
• Philippines
9 Feb 16
I research reviews of any site I plan to join before before signing up by simply typing , the site name review or is blah blah (site name) a scam? There you will get good answers to avoid wasting your time and getting scammed'
9 Feb 16
Sometimes you want to give these websites a benefit of the doubt thinking that maybe admn has made improvements only to be dissapointed in the end.
@MALUSE (40045)
• Germany
9 Feb 16
Sadly, not enough people will read this. More hopeful people will fall for them. Have you posted this list on facebook and twitter? It should be read on all such websites.
@amadeo (65626)
• United States
9 Feb 16
Whoa! !that is a lot there.Thank you for the information.