What is Money Come First? Is MoneyComeFirst Scam or Legit?


MoneyComeFirst.com is nothing but a scam site and if you want to find out why are we saying Money Come First is a scam site, then you can find the details here within our Money Come First review because here we are going to provide you the complete truth about MoneyComeFirst so that you will find out the honest answers of the queries like what is MoneyComeFirst, why there are lots of negative Money Come First reviews, why is Money Come First a scam and so on. However, if you have already wasted your time with this Money Come First scam and now want to find out the real opportunities to make money online, then you can find the list of our recommended good and trusted online work companies by clicking this link:- newsonlineincome.com/legitimate-work-home-businesses/

 

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OK, now let's begin with our MoneyComeFirst review in order to find out what is MoneyComeFirst.com in real.


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What is MoneyComeFirst and why is Money Come First a scam?

Money Come First is a site which claims to pay $10 for simple task, but in reality that is completely a fake claim. Actually, MoneyComeFirst.com is a site from a serial scammer who has other tons of similar kinds of scam sites which haven't paid to anyone. So, this much is already enough to prove MoneyComeFirst is a scam site. The other scam sites from same scammer which look similar to Money Come First are USDWorkDutyTimesCashinWorkDollarPlaneBucksTipJobTakaWeeklyYouthPayWeeklyFixPay, EarlyJobPayDutyKidDutySetDollarsPlugDollarJobOnlineDollarInPocketDollarSawDutySpace, DutyTrendDollarsJetPayChairMyPayPotSuperJobsMyPayStuffEarningHabitDollarsTeller and so on.

 

Sites like MoneyComeFirst claims to pay $10 per click that members receive within their referral link for which members only need to copy paste their referral link in social media sites like Facebook. This is completely a bogus claim because anyone can advertise their website link in Facebook at the rate 25 to 50 clicks per $1. So, why the sites like Money Come First wants to pay $10 for one click that they receive from Facebook. This proves their business model is completely bogus.

 

Although we know that MoneyComeFirst is from serial scammer group, but also no one knows their real identity because each time they open the site, they hide their identity. We can find out these kinds of scam sites are from same group only with some similar details which they have provided within WHOIS and within their website such as their website script, website hosting service, domain privacy service, business model, website theme and so on. Hiding owner details itself proves that their intention is not good.

 

Once you reach the minimum cashout threshold and request for cashout, then MoneyComeFirst.com will not pay you, instead will ask you to complete the offers first in order to be eligible to get the payment and in order to complete those offers, you have to pay money from your own pocket first of all and even if you believe them and do those offers, then also they will not pay you. That is their trick to make money out of you, that is why they are online. They also make money by selling your personal information to the third parties which you have provided to them, such as your email address, payment processors address and so on. All the payment proofs provided by Money Come First is fake. So, stay away from the sites like Money Come First. That is why we have listed MoneyComeFirst within our Bad and Scam Online Works section.

 

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