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WHAFF Rewards App Review – Legit or Scam

WHAFF App is a rewarding app that pays you to complete tasks. You’re rewarded for each action you complete on the app. The different tasks walls include downloading and installing apps, browsing, and other picks. You’re rewarded for installing the app, using it daily and keeping it on your phone. There are 2 sections of apps you can chose from. Each app must be installed on your device and used in order to earn money. This is an interesting app that allows you to download and test apps for free.

How Does it Work?

  1. Download and install the app on your Android device. This app is only available on the Google Play Store for Android devices.
  2. Register with the company and complete your profile. The company requires that you sign up with your Facebook account.
  3. After sign up, you can now log into your account.
  4. The account asks you for an invitation code. If you have one, then use it. You’ll earn a few extra points. Otherwise, just continue on and complete your login process.
  5. You will go to the offers wall and look in the 2 app categories. You can choose apps from Premium Picks or WHAFF Picks.
  6. Select the app you want to download, install and test on your device.
  7. You’ll need to keep this app running on your device and use the app daily to earn rewards.
  8. Each action inside the app pays you $0.10 to $0.50. This depends on what you need to do.
  9. You will need to run the app you selected to download through the WHAFF app to earn your points.
  10. You’ll need to keep the app installed on your mobile device until the task has been completed. Once you’ve completed the task, the points are rewarded to your account.
  11. You will earn more points selecting app through the Premium Picks than through the WHAFF picks.
  12. The app has a wall called Other Picks that you can visit. There are many tasks on this wall that you can compete and be paid.
  13. The app has a Lucky Picks wall. You can earn lucky rewards when you visit this wall and complete the tasks.
  14. On the Browse wall you can perform different tasks. One task asks you to like WHAFF App on the Google Play Store. You’ll need to rate the app to earn your points.

How To Earn Money Using the App?

  1. You’ll need to download and install apps on your mobile device. When you run the apps each day make sure you’re using the WHAFF app so you can get credit.
  2. If you have an issue with your account receiving credit for the app you’re testing. The company suggests that you uninstall the WHAFF from your device and install it again.
  3. If this won’t give you the credit in your account, you’ll need to contact the company.
  4. They require that you give them the name of the app, where you found this app and how long you’ve been using it.
  5. This is the same procedure if the app didn’t credit your account for the Daily Play, Daily Reward, or the Daily Completion Reward.
  6. The company needs the date to help them find your problem.
  7. Let them know how long your account has been missing the credits.
  8. If you have an invitation code, you must supply this to the company.
  9. Furthermore, the company needs your account name and email address.

What You Can’t Do:

  1. It is forbidden to use a VPN or Proxy server on your account. You will be banned immediately. The site has a way to detect the use of VPN and Proxy servers.
  2. You can’t exploit your invitation code and add this to your review on the Google Play Store.
  3. You can’t create a video using the words Cheat or Hack to draw attention to your video.
  4. You’re allowed to invite 50 people a day. If you use bogus names in your invitation and nobody ever signs up, you’ll have your account banned.
  5. If you use promotional reviews and don’t supply enough information about WHAFF on the review this is a violation of the terms of agreement. You are only making a review to promote your promotional code.
  6. Falsely advertising the app as a free money app. The app is a rewards app and rewards you for installing and testing other apps.
  7. You can’t use multiple devices to earn money from this app.
  8. Furthermore, you can’t use a program to continually send out your promo code to people.
  9. You can’t create multiple accounts using different Facebook ID’s.

How Does the Company Pay You?

  1. You’ll need to earn $10 in your account before you can request payout.
  2. You can select a gift card or send the payment to your PayPal account.
  3. The company takes 3 business days to process your request. This time period excludes weekends and holidays.

Conclusion:

This is a legitimate app that will pay you to download and test other apps. Furthermore, three are other tasks on the app that you can perform to earn extra money in your account. The app is only available for Android devices and can be downloaded and installed from the Google Play Store. When using this app, the company forbids the use of a VPN or Proxy server. Your account will be banned if you’re caught violating any of the rules. This is a fun app that allows you to earn a passive income each month. If you use the app daily it won’t be hard to earn $10 to $20 a month. Furthermore, you’ll have access to many apps that you can download and test on your mobile device.

3 thoughts on “WHAFF Rewards App Review – Legit or Scam”

  1. This is the first make money app that I have installed in my phone, and I just received my first payment lately. Though it took me a while to reach the payout, as I heard that there might be different offers for different countries, I like that the company is legit and the support is responsive. I didn’t receive my first payment after some time and I sent them an email regarding that. I received a response and then my payment soon.

    I would recommend this app to my friends too. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Have you verified that the programs are on your device? If they are on the device and the app is not allowing you to test these through the app, then you’ll need to contact the company for help. This happens from time to time when a person installs more than one app at a time. The programs don’t have enough time to update or the app has expired and the testing period has finished.

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