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Cashinwork.com Review – Legit or Scam

Cashinwork.com is a website that will pay you to perform tasks online. When registering with the company they offer you a $25 sign up bonus. This will be deposited into your account once your registration is finished. You’ll have the opportunity to earn $5 to $10 for every task you complete on the site.

How Does it Work?

  1. Before you can work on the site you must complete the registration.
  2. The registration is simple, just type in your username and a password.
  3. Upon complexities of your registration, the company deposits $25 to your account.
  4. On your dashboard, you’ll find a unique link for your account. The site claims this is the key to your success.
  5. You’ll need to share this link on your social media accounts, forums, and other online communities for making money online.
  6. The company suggests that you add your link to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, chat rooms, blogs, and forums.
  7. When you share your unique link online, a person clicks on your link and is directed to an advertiser’s website. That is what the company wants you to believe. They are paying you each time a person clicks on your link.

How Do They Pay?

  1. Once your account reaches $300 you can request your money.
  2. The company has several ways they will pay:
    1. PayPal
    2. Check
    3. Western Union,
    4. Money Gram
    5. Bank Transfer

About The Site:

  1. The website was registered in April, 2017.
  2. The owner is masking his identity and there is no way to know who owns this site.
  3. The company is registered in Panama using a PO Box.
  4. The website is located in the United States.
  5. The website was originally registered in 2016 under the name of Dollartell.com.
  6. The website appears to change names every 6 months or so. Before the site was registered under the following names:
    1. Dollarteller.com
    2. Dollartent.com
    3. Dollarcell.com
    4. Dollarzip.com
    5. Dollar2refer.com
    6. Dollarjet.com
    7. Dollarsplug.com
    8. Dutytend.com
    9. Dutyspace.com
    10. Dutyset.com
    11. Dutypool.com
    12. Dutykid.com
    13. Dutytimes.com
    14. Sharingduty.com
    15. Trendyrock.com
    16. Dollarbirth.com
    17. Jobtaka.com

What You Need To Know:

  1. The company has no advertising, means of making money, or any other tasks to perform except sharing this one link.
  2. If you happen to reach the threshold of $300 and want to cash out, you’re redirected to a page that asks you to complete a task.
  3. The tasks consist of clicking on a link that asks “Who were you in your past life? Afterwards they give you an answer stating “9 week old baby has the most incredible head of hair!”
  4. You are now instructed to enter your mobile phone number to subscribe, take a quick survey, and watch why this baby is famous.
  5. When you click on a survey so you can withdraw your funds, you’re redirected to a website about hanging around with ladies wearing almost nothing at all.
  6. Each survey the site asks you to take costs money. You must pay to subscribe to all these offers before they’ll allow you to cash out. The offers are expensive and you’ll end up spending several hundred dollars out of your pocket.
  7. After subscribing to all these different sex sites, the company still doesn’t pay you the money you’ve earned.
  8. The site is paid for each time you subscribe to one of the sites in the survey.
  9. Furthermore, the company is gathering your information to sell it to different third party website owners who will use this information to send you tons of spam to your email account.
  10. Furthermore, some of the information that you’ve supplied the company will be sold off to hackers who use your bank account number, home address and name to steal your identity or hack your account.

Conclusion:

The site is a SCAM and has changed their name every few months to continue running the scam online. The owner is only interested in gathering your information and selling it online to third party sites that will spam your email account. Furthermore, the information he gathers about your bank account and other personal information is sold to hackers. They will take this information to steal your identity online and hack your account. The site also earn a hefty commission each time a person signs up and pays for an offer. In the end nobody is paid and the owner will move on, change the name, and open another site the next week.

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