Review on Scam Sites: TheMiniPay, Paid4Clout


Beware of scams like RainMoney.co scam, JobAndTasks.com scam, Dash.Cashog.co scam, ViralWork.co scam, Influearn.com scam, MoneyChaser.co scam, TheJoby.com scam, Cashog.co scam, WorkingMob.com scam, WorkPloting.com scam, Task.GetRealPaid.com scam, TheJobHour.com scam, PayCate.com scam, Todayispay.com scam, EasyCashJob.com scam, TheMiniPay.com scam, Paid4Clout.com scam, CashForKids.Club scam, Ref.TheWorkPayment.com scam, Work.WeeklyHourJob.com scam, PrinceWork.com scam, PayingYears.com scam and so on. None of these sites are legit or trustworthy. Yes, all the sites which look similar to RainMoney, JobAndTasks, Dash.Cashog, ViralWork, Influearn, MoneyChaser, TheJoby, Cashog, WorkingMob, WorkPloting, Task.GetRealPaid, TheJobHour, PayCate, TodayIsPay, EasyCashJob, TheMiniPay, Paid4Clout, CashForKids Club, Ref.TheWorkPayment, Work.WeeklyHourJob are not the genuine ones.

 

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Actually, this post is not just a RainMoney review or JobAndTasks review or Dash.Cashog review or ViralWork review or Influearn review or MoneyChaser review or TheJoby review or Cashog review or WorkingMob review or WorkPloting review or Task.GetRealPaid review or TheJobHour review or PayCate review or TodayIsPay review or EasyCashJob review or TheMiniPay review or Paid4Clout review or CashForKids.Club review or Ref.TheWorkPayment review or Work.WeeklyHourJob review or PrinceWork review or PayingYears review but this post is the review on all similar kinds of scams like RainMoney scam, JobAndTasks scam, Dash.Cashog scam, ViralWork scam, Influearn scam, MoneyChaser scam, TheJoby scam, Cashog scam, WorkingMob scam, WorkPloting scam, Task.GetRealPaid scam, TheJobHour scam, PayCate scam, TodayIsPay scam, TheMiniPay scam, Paid4Clout scam, CashForKids Club scam, Ref.TheWorkPayment scam, Work.WeeklyHourJob scam, PrinceWork scam, PayingYears scam and so on. With the help of this post, you are going to find out all truth about similar-looking scam sites so that you will have an idea on how to identify them.

 


Complaints: TheMiniPay, Paid4Clout, CashForKids Club, WeeklyHourJob fake or real? fraud

Why sites like TheMiniPay.com, RainMoney, JobAndTasks, Dash.Cashog, ViralWork, EasyCashJob, Paid4Clout, PayingYears, CashForKids, Influearn, MoneyChaser, TodayIsPay, PayCate, TheJobHour, TheJoby, Cashog, Task.GetRealPaid, Ref.TheWorkPayment etc. are scams? How to identify them?

 

The sites like Ref.TheWorkPayment, RainMoney, JobAndTasks, Dash.Cashog, ViralWork, Influearn, Money Chaser, The Mini Pay, Paid 4 Clout, Cash For Kids Club, Weekly Hour Job, Prince Work and so on are fraudulent sites due to the following reasons:-

  • You can find a bunch of scam sites which looks similar to RainMoney, JobAndTasks, Dash.Cashog, ViralWork, Influearn, MoneyChaser, TheJoby, Cashog, WorkingMob, WorkPloting, Task.GetRealPaid, TheJobHour, PayCate, TodayIsPay, EasyCashJob, TheMiniPay, Paid4Clout, CashForKids Club, Ref.TheWorkPayment, WeeklyHourJob, PrinceWork, PayingYears and so on such as EarnShot, MVPBucks, CloutPay, TakingWork, ThisPaid, KidsEarnCash, InfluencerClub, KidsGetMoney, ViralPay, KidsEarnMoney, MyWorkingHour, MyPayGrow, PayingType, TheJobPower, YesMyPay, KidsPaidMoney, GoForPartTime, StartWeeklyJob, TheJobPayment, DoPartTimeJob, etc. which proves the same scammer is operating multiple similar kinds of sites. Although most of these sites haven't provided their owner details or have provided the fake company's address and owner details, still we can say these all sites are from the same cybercriminal because the business model, business claim, website script and other lots of details of these sites are exactly similar. Yes, there are few differences in their business model but still, lots of details provided on each of them are the same.
  • All the sites similar to RainMoney, JobAndTasks, Dash.Cashog, ViralWork, Influearn, MoneyChaser, TheJoby, Cashog, WorkingMob, WorkPloting, Task.GetRealPaid, TheJobHour, PayCate, TodayIsPay, EasyCashJob, TheMiniPay, Paid4Clout, CashForKidsClub, Ref.TheWorkPayment, WeeklyHourJob, PrinceWork, PayingYears and so on haven't paid to anyone and neither they will pay in the future since their business model is completely bogus.
  • Sites like WorkingMob, WorkPloting, Task.GetRealPaid, TheJobHour, TodayIsPay, Ref.TheWorkPayment, WeeklyHourJob, PrinceWork, PayingYears and so on offers its members to make money by solving the captcha, referring friends and so on. They claim to pay around $100 to $500 for completing 1000 data entry jobs (means by solving 1000 captchas). On top of that, sites like Ref.TheWorkPayment, WeeklyHourJob, PrinceWork, PayingYears and so on also claim to pay $5 just for sign up, 50% commission on the earnings of referrals and so on. None of the legit sites can pay such amount of money for such a simple task. And, data entry job (captcha solving job) itself is not a genuine job since captcha solving jobs are done to help the spammer to spam other websites. So, the business model of sites like WorkingMob, WorkPloting, Task.GetRealPaid, TodayIsPay, Ref.TheWorkPayment, WeeklyHourJob, PrinceWork, PayingYears and so on is completely bogus.
  • Although the business model of sites like RainMoney, JobAndTasks, Dash.Cashog, ViralWork, Influearn, MoneyChaser, TheJoby, Cashog, PayCate, EasyCashJob, TheMiniPay, Paid4Clout, CashForKids Club and so on is slightly different than the business model of sites like WorkingMob, WorkPloting, Task.GetRealPaid, TheJobHour, Ref.TheWorkPayment, WeeklyHourJob, PrinceWork, PayingYears and so on, still their business model is bogus. Sites like RainMoney, JobAndTasks, Dash.Cashog, ViralWork, Influearn, MoneyChaser, TheJoby, Cashog, PayCate, EasyCashJob, TheMiniPay, Paid4Clout, CashForKids Club and so on claim to pay from $1 to $5 per click on the referral link of the members and also $10 to $25 referral sign up bonus. In order to make that money, members only need to copy-paste their referral link on different social media sites and other websites. Now, this proves the business model of the sites like RainMoney, JobAndTasks, Dash.Cashog, ViralWork, Influearn, MoneyChaser, TheJoby, Cashog, PayCate, EasyCashJob, TheMiniPay, Paid4Clout, CashForKids Club and so on is completely bogus because none of the legit companies will pay $1 to $5 per click on referral link which they get from social media sites like Facebook or other sites since they can easily advertise their website link in those platforms at the rate $1 per 5 to 35+ clicks. So why anyone wants to pay $1 per click when they can receive at least 5 or even more click by advertising directly on those platforms? This proves the business model of the sites like RainMoney, JobAndTasks, Dash.Cashog, ViralWork, Influearn, MoneyChaser, TheJoby, Cashog, PayCate, EasyCashJob, TheMiniPay, Paid4Clout, CashForKids Club and so on is completely bogus.
  • These kinds of scam sites also claim to pay $3 to $25 just for signing up with them. None of the legit companies will pay up to $25 just for sign up.
  • Other additional bogus claims that some of these sites have made are to pay $10 per app download, $25 to $30 for completing each survey, $50 for creating 1-minute testimonial YouTube video and so on. None of the legit sites will pay such amount of money for such a simple task since there is no benefit of paying such amounts for such tasks.
  • All the payment proofs and testimonials that you can find for these kinds of scam sites are fake, none of them are real. None of these similar kinds of sites have paid to anyone, so never expect to get paid anything from them.
  • Most of the testimonials videos of these kinds of scam sites are made by the members of these sites since some of these scam sites have claimed to pay its members $50 per 1 minute video explaining the benefit of these sites. So, members are making such video thinking they will earn $50 but in reality, these sites will not pay anything at the end.
  • These kinds of sites scam people by tricking them to pay money as well as by selling their personal and financial information to the third parties which people need to provide them during registration, while completing surveys and while requesting the payout. So never provide your credit card information to these kinds of sites, otherwise, you will end up canceling your credit card. Once the members request to cash-out their earnings, these kinds of sites always ask them to complete some surveys or download some apps or do something else to get the payment. However, to complete those surveys or download apps or do something else, members have to pay money from their own pocket first of all. But those members who paid the money, they also didn't receive any payment from these kinds of sites. So, stay away from these kinds of scams.

 

 

Aforementioned, now it is clear that the sites like RainMoney, JobAndTasks, Dash.Cashog, ViralWork, Influearn, MoneyChaser, TheJoby, Cashog, PayCate, WorkingMob, WorkPloting, Task.GetRealPaid, TheJobHour, TodayIsPay, EasyCashJob, TheMiniPay, Paid4Clout, CashForKids Club, Ref.TheWorkPayment, Work.WeeklyHourJob, PrinceWork, PayingYears and so on are scams. So, we have listed these all similar scam sites within our Bad and Scams category.

 

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Comments: 16
  • #1

    Supermarkee (Friday, 02 August 2019 09:52)

    I registered at the theminipay, i gave my legit info, but i have doubts right after so i change my gmail password, can they still hack my gmail account? Thanks

  • #2

    Rhona Loide Ruiz (Saturday, 03 August 2019 20:31)

    Hi I registered at TheMiniPay site and invited so many people to register but they won’t reply as to how can I get my payout...I’ve read this article and found out that the site is a scam.

  • #3

    arbs (Sunday, 04 August 2019 12:11)

    hmnn thanks for this info, interesting... will also change my pw to all emails now :)

  • #4

    Jessie (Monday, 05 August 2019 01:21)

    I dont understand their purpose.. Why they are doing this.. What are their benifits by doing this.

  • #5

    Joy S. Quimoy (Monday, 05 August 2019 03:02)

    Interesting! How can I register at theminipay site?

  • #6

    Mhona C.Bituon (Monday, 05 August 2019 05:03)

    Im interested..how can i register??

  • #7

    News Online Income (Monday, 05 August 2019 13:14)

    Dear Supermarkee,

    Yes, change your password. However, still, they can send you a bunch of spam emails about various scams.

    Dear Jessie

    We have already mentioned about their purpose and how they get benefit by operating these scam sites. If you can't find that, then below we have copy-paste the exact lines from our review above where you can find how these sites get benefits:-

    "These kinds of sites scam people by tricking them to pay money as well as by selling their personal and financial information to the third parties which people need to provide them during registration, while completing surveys and while requesting the payout. So never provide your credit card information to these kinds of sites, otherwise, you will end up canceling your credit card. Once the members request to cash-out their earnings, these kinds of sites always ask them to complete some surveys or download some apps or do something else to get the payment. However, to complete those surveys or download apps or do something else, members have to pay money from their own pocket first of all. But those members who paid the money, they also didn't receive any payment from these kinds of sites."

    Dear Joy S. Quimoy and Mhona C.Bituon,
    Why do you want to join these scam sites when you already know these are scams?

  • #8

    Krimson Bernido (Friday, 09 August 2019 18:53)

    Hi I registered at TheMiniPay site and invited so many people to register but they won’t reply as to how can I get my payout.. I reach 20 dollar this is payment day i check my emails no inbox yet please sent me after thinking that this is scam

  • #9

    Rossiene Joy Soria (Friday, 09 August 2019 22:15)

    Hi im Rossiene i also registered at TheMiniPay site and i thought my payout is today. Ive almost have a 33dollar.

  • #10

    Rose saguban (Monday, 12 August 2019 02:50)

    I also register in minipay i expect to get my payout on aug 10, 2019 . Were can i get my payout?

  • #11

    News Online Income (Thursday, 15 August 2019 16:05)

    Dear Rose Saguban and everyone who are still waiting for payment,

    In our review above, we have already mentioned that the sites like MiniPay are scams since they don't pay to anyone. So, expecting to get payment from them is like waiting for a ship at the airport which never gonna happen.

  • #12

    Ma giselle agon (Saturday, 17 August 2019 00:43)

    How can i get my payment

  • #13

    Salliyapot (Sunday, 18 August 2019 06:59)

    I tried to send an e-mail to the contact info they have on their website and google says it does not exist. kWIDAW KAYO...

  • #14

    Aianneyced (Monday, 19 August 2019 03:56)

    How do I unregister my account there? I already change my p.w in my email.

  • #15

    JoannaT. (Monday, 26 August 2019 01:19)

    Hi Im joanna I also registered at the minipay. Its too late when i read this information. I got 19$ in my account not yet pay out. What should I do to decline all my information especially my email add? Can they still hack my email add? What should I do? Is there still a chance?

  • #16

    News Online Income (Wednesday, 28 August 2019 08:15)

    Dear Aianneyced and JoannaT.,

    You should change the password of the email address. Once you change the password, just keep on checking your email address and mark all unknown email as spams. There is no way to unregister your email address from these scammers. But, once you mark all emails from them as spam and change your email password, you don't have to be worried too much. However, if you had provided them your credit card details, then immediately change your credit card.