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Postloop Review – Legit or Scam

Postloop is a comment exchange platform that was created in 2010. The Royal Medial LC in South Carolina created the site to help forum, blog, and website owners increase their traffic and ranking with search engines. As a freelance writer, you can join the site and earn a passive income each month by leaving comments on blogs, forums, and website. Many forums, websites, and blog owners will pay you for your services. This helps them to establish their blog, website, or forum and attract more visitors. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone worldwide that enjoys this type of work.

How Does it Work?

  1. Anyone can register and join Postloop as long as you can prove to the company you have excellent English grammar, punctuation, and spelling skills.
  2. You’ll need to create an account on Postloop.
  3. An email is sent to your inbox that has a link for you to follow. You must click on this link to verify your account.
  4. Once your account has been activated, you’ll need to take a writing test for the company. This is a simple test for some, but others find it very hard to pass this test.
  5. You’ll need to use your sign-up information to create an account on The Postloop Portal forum.
  6. They will send you an email to verify your account.
  7. Once your account has been verified, you’ll need to subscribe to The Postloop Portal before starting your test.
  8. You will locate The Postloop Portal on Postloop and hit the subscribe button first.
  9. After this step has been completed, you’ll need to go to The Postloop Portal and start your test.
  10. Your test will be to make 10 posts on the forum. This test will include that you create a new thread and make comments on existing threads.
  11. The company normally likes to see a combination of new threads and comments on the forum. This shows them that you are capable of creating a new thread and adding comments to existing threads.
  12. Once your 10 posts are completed the company will review your posts.
  13. This normally takes 24 hours if you’ve created your account during the week. However, if you’ve created your account on Friday to Sunday, this will take a bit longer for the company to review your posts.
  14. After your posts have been reviewed, you’ll receive an email.
  15. The email will let you know if you’ve passed the test or not.
  16. There are 3 possible outcomes. If you’ve passed the test, you’ll receive a quality rating from the site. If you have a few issues with one or two of your posts, the company can give you a second chance to add another 10 posts on their forum to evaluate. However, if your content is way below the company’s expectations, you’ll not be able to reapply for the work.
  17. It is very important to subscribe to the forum before starting your post.
  18. When taking the test pay close attention to grammar, punctuation, and spelling. You are graded on these fields and if you fail, you’ll not be given a second chance to try again.

How To Make Money:

  1. Once you’ve passed the posting test, you can now join different forums and start working.
  2. Your initial rating will determine how many forums you can join.
  3. The higher your rating, the more forums you can join and post on.
  4. Each time you post on a forum, you’ll earn points for your work.
  5. Each point you earn will convert to $0.08.
  6. Each forum has a different amount of points you can earn for posting new threads or comments on the forum.
  7. Furthermore, there is a limit to the number of new posts or threads you can make each day. You’ll see how many new threads or comments you can create on the job board.
  8. When posting on forums that allow you to make more than 10 comments each day, it is advised to spread these comments out during the day. If you make all the comments within an hour, the points you’ll receive will be lower.

Joining New Forums:

  1. The company lists all the forums on your job board.
  2. The forums you can join will be highlighted and will have a rating level for the forum.
  3. The higher your rating is on the site, the more forums you can work on.
  4. The company rates their writer on a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is the lowest and 5 is the highest.
  5. Anyone with a rating of lower than 3 will normally not be able to work on the site.
  6. It is necessary that you try to achieve and maintain a rating of 4.0 or higher.
  7. Check each of the forums on the site to see which forum interest you.
  8. Select your forum and join the forum.
  9. Before starting to work on the forum go back to the job board and subscribe to this forum.
  10. Once you’ve subscribed to the forum, you can now start to comment on the forum and your comments will be created to your account.
  11. It is very important that you always register on a forum first, and then subscribe to the forum before starting to work. Otherwise, your comments on the forum won’t be credited to your Postloop account.

Your Postloop Rating:

  1. Your initial Postloop rating is given to you by the site. This rating was determined by the score you received on your 10 posts.
  2. Your rating can increase or decrease as time goes by.
  3. Blog, website, and forum owners will rate your comments on their site. A rating will be posted on your dashboard. The ratings are anonymous and you won’t know which site gave you this rating. However, each rating comes with an explanation and why they gave you this rating.
  4. Some blog owners will give you a poor rating if you continue to comment on older posts. They like fresh new content on their forum and will give you a higher rating if you create new thread or comment on a new thread that has been created by another member.
  5. If your rating on the site starts to fall, you’ll not have access to the other forums. You’ll be limited to the number of forums you can work on each day it is important to keep a high rating on the site in order to work on higher paying forums.
  6. Your overall rating is determined by your initial rating given to you on the site, plus your next 3 rating that you receive from the site owners. Each rating is calculated on a 30-day period and the rating you have on your account is for the past 30-days.
  7. However, if you haven’t received at least 3 rating in the past 30-days, your rating is based on the last 10 ratings you’ve received on the site, regardless of when you received this rating.
  8. It is good that rating can expire because if you have received a low rating, you’ll have the opportunity to improve your rating.
  9. If you’ve received a rating from a site owner that you feel is unfair, it is easy to ask for clarification. All you need to do is go to your rating received page and click on the comment from the rating that you disagree with. Leave a comment on this rating so the forum owner can read your comment. The forum owner has to option to either answer you back or to ignore you.
  10. Postloop will review all rating given on the site. If they feel that a rating a person has received is unfair, it is possible that Postloop will contact the site owner or they can change or delete this rating.

Why Are Posting Points Not Credited to My Account?

  1. After registering on the forum, you’ve failed to return to Postloop and subscribe to the forum. Each forum you join, you must go back to Postloop and hit the subscribe button. You’ll need to enter your username that you registered with on the forum and submit the information to Postloop.
  2. Any posts or comments left on a forum before you subscribe to this forum won’t be credited to your account.
  3. Each post or comment takes time to show up in your account. You’ll normally see your credit appear after 10 minutes.
  4. At times the forum, website, or blog have an Active status next to them. This means that the site is not active at this time and you shouldn’t post on this site because you won’t earn credit. You’ll need to check on the job board before going to the site to start working. This will ensure that the site is active and you’ll earn credit for posting or commenting on this site.
  5. At time Postloop can’t validate a site. You’ll be able to check the site’s validation time to make sure that Postloop can validate this site before posting on the site. Postloop needs to track your posts and comments; therefore, it is necessary to check when the site was last validated by Postloop.
  6. Some forums have non-paid sections. If you happen to post in one of these sections, you’ll not receive a posting credit for your work. Check the site information before starting to work. It is important that you only post or comment in paid sections on the site.
  7. Some forum, blog or website site owner want to moderate all content on their site. You’ll need to wait for the owner to moderate your post or comment before a credit can be added to your account.
  8. You won’t receive credits on your account if your subscription status is not active. If you’ve unsubscribed or the owner has revoked your subscription, you won’t receive any credit from this site. Make sure to check if your subscription status is active on the site before starting to work.

How Does the Point System Work?

  1. The owner of the forum is given points when they pay Postloop. The points are deducted from their account when a member of Postloop posts on their site.
  2. Each site that you post on will gain you points in your Postloop account.
  3. The higher the points the owner of the site has, the more points you can earn for posting on this site.
  4. You will earn more points if you spread out your posts or comments during the day. However, if you make all your comments and posts at the same time, you’ll earn fewer points from the owner of the site.
  5. The owner of the site can give you extra points for posting fantastic content on their site.
  6. Your points are also determined by the rating you have on the site. The higher your overall rating, the more points you’ll earn from the work you do.
  7. There is no limitation to the number of points you can earn each day. The only limitation is to the number of posts or comments you can make on a single site each day. The number of posts and comments is determined by the site owner.

How Are You Paid?

  1. Each point you earn on the site will convert to $0.07. However, if you have a higher rating on the site you can earn up to $0.12 for each post you make on a forum, blog, or website.
  2. You’ll need to have a balance in your account of $5 before you can request payment.
  3. After requesting your payment, the staff at Postloop will review your account. This can take up to 24 hours depending on your account and when your request was submitted.
  4. In order to cash out or request a payment from the site, you must have an overall rating of 2.85 or higher. If your rating is lower than the average, you’ll not be paid from the site.
  5. Once you submit your payment request, the points will be removed from your account.
  6. Any member of the site that lives in the US and earns more than $600 in a year from the site, will be contacted by the site to submit your SSN. The site is required by law to report your earning over $600.
  7. Your payments are sent out to your PayPal account.
  8. The company sends payment to the email address that you’ve registered with. Therefore, your PayPal account must use the same email address in order to receive your payment. There is nowhere on the site that you can add a different PayPal email address so that you can receive your payment from the company.


This is a legitimate company that has been in business since 2010. They hire writers worldwide to work for them. You’ll be writing comments on forums, blogs, and websites. Each comment you add to the owner’s site will earn you points in your account. The points you earn are converted to cash. You can receive payment from the company once you’ve accumulated $5 in your account. When registering with the site make sure that you register with your PayPal email address. The company will use your registered email address to send your payments to you. If you enjoy posting comments or new topics on forums, then this is a great opportunity for you. However, this won’t be a full-time income, but you can earn a passive income each month from Postloop.




4 thoughts on “Postloop Review – Legit or Scam”

  1. Postloop is absolute garbage. The pay is low and the community is/was toxic. Now that website owners have figured out it not only doesn’t work, and in fact it destroys their forum, it has largely been abandoned. As of this writing there is one and only one site listed. It died hard years ago and they, bizarrely, brought it back under new ownership. I’d almost feel sorry for them, but then I remember the (literally) many hundreds of forums that filtered through there, spent hundreds or even thousands of dollars, all to have their site dead and gone. The success rate for forums there was only slightly better than 0%. While not a scam, it is still sleazy offering a service you know damn well doesn’t work.


    1. I couldn’t agree with you more. it always seemed like you were talking to yourself and creating so many different user accounts. If you go back a few months after the job is finished you won’t find a single comment left on any of the forums. I still don’t understand the purpose behind all of this and why forum owners would pay such a high price when basically all they needed to do was use that money and pay for some advertising. This would have gotten their forum off to a better start.


  2. This is one of the lower paid to post on forum sites. This type of work is excellent for anyone who doesn’t want to spend a lot of time researching articles to write. You can basically find a small amount of work on this site. The only drawback about this site is the forum owners and how they rate your work. There are a few forum owners who are nasty and expect you to post an essay on their site in order to obtain a decent review.


    1. Many freelance writers enjoy working on this forum posting site. I’ve read a few complaints about how forum owners aren’t fair in their rankings. The site has been around for a number of years and people are making a passive income working for this company.


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