Well this program looks familiar! Wouldn’t you think that copying the same program to a different domain would be worthless? Obviously not, as that’s exactly what’s happened here, again!
In this WeeklyHourJob review, I’ll explain to you why you should NOT be even considering this program to make money online. You may be excitedly lured in by the claims of cash you can make, but you really need to be aware that this site is not all that it seems.
So let’s get down to this review, and what makes WeeklyHourJob a scam.
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Product Name: WeeklyHourJob
Product Type: Data Entry & Referrals
Program Summary: In my opinion, you’ll be wasting your time by signing up to WeeklyHourJob. You’ll be completing tasks for NO return.
Would I Recommend It: No
What is WeeklyHourJob
So, this site that has been registered since 2018, claims that they have over 216,000 members. They will apparently pay you for completing simple data entry work. Not only that, you can also refer others to WeeklyHourJob and receive 50% of that person’s earnings.
This all sounds great doesn’t it. So, what are the rates that WeeklyHourJob pay? On their ‘About’ page, they say you’ll receive $1 per line data entry. Do you know how much that can equate to? Quite a lot actually, which is how they lure people into scams like this.
Now what about the referrals that you’ll earn 50% on, how are you supposed to get these referrals? Well, apparently this is quite easy, it says so on their ‘About’ page. Simply grab the referral link that you’ll be provided when you sign up, and post it on your social media channels. Or just send it to your friends via SMS.
As far as how much money you can earn, the WeeklyHourJob site says ‘if you spend 2-3 hours a day on work, you can enter 1000 entries, and the earnings will be 100$ – 500$ per day or 3000$ per month’. Seriously, that’s more than many ordinary wage earners make.
So, what to make of WeeklyHourJob. Is this legit, or an outright scam.
How Does WeeklyHourJob Work
Righto, let me start by saying that you should be keeping well clear of WeeklyHourJob. Yes, it’s a scam, and they will not pay you should you sign up to this site. How do I know? Because they keep getting exposed with various domain names, so they just move onto the next.
Just have a look at WorkingMob.com, can you see the similarities? In fact, they’re not just similarities, they’re an exact replica.
See how simple it is to get fooled by these unethical popup domains. And it’s not just these couple of domains either. Take a look at this list. Each and every one of these are exact replicas of WeeklyHourJob
The main purpose behind these sites, is to access your personal information. You’ll create a username and password, which could be on-sold to other third parties.
One major concern here, is that when you create a password, many people still use the same password for lots of their own accounts. If you use this same password for WeeklyHourJob, it means these guys can get their hands on you main password that’s used for everything else, along with your email address which is often your username for some accounts.
Now, let’s have a closer look at some of the claims and activity on WeeklyHourJob.com.
You’ll be told that you’ll receive $5 just for signing up. While some companies do offer an incentive of some kind for signing up to programs to complete surveys or complete tasks, there’s no way they can afford to just give $5 to everyone that signs up. So, this is red flag No.1.
We’ve been told on the splash page of this website that it’s easy to earn $100-$500 with only 2-3 hours work per day, with the possibility of earning $3,000 per month. While this all sounds great in theory, it’s totally unrealistic with WeeklyHourJob. This is just a misleading claim to lure you in the door.
In a similar vein to other scams I’ve exposed such as Clout Bucks and Viral Dollars, they will not pay you when it comes time to make a withdrawal. There is a threshold amount that you have to reach before you can remove any money from your account. It will take you some time to reach this limit, and when you finally get there, you’ll be told that you cannot withdraw your funds.
A common tactic among these scams, it to say that your account has become fraudulent, and therefore, they will not pay you. Alternatively, they could get you filling out surveys, signing up to free trial programs, downloading apps or various other activities. Many of these surveys can either earn WeeklyHourJob a few commissions, or they can send you to fraudulent websites. I’m not willing to find out which.
In regards to gaining referrals, it’s a great way to lose all your friends. You’ll be sending them to this same scam, so that whoever is behind WeeklyHourJob can access THEIR personal information.
Because gaining personal information is the main purpose behind this website, the more people you can refer to them the better. That’s why you DON’T want to refer anyone to WeeklyHourJob.
Other Concerns About WeeklyHourJob
I have major concerns with websites like these, and here’s a few more red flags that alerted to that this site is a scam.
You didn’t really think those testimonials were real did you. Anyone can steal an image and use it as a testimonial. I don’t agree with it, and yes, it’s unethical to do so. But that won’t stop sites like this from using images that they’re not supposed to.
The lady that they’ve given the name ‘Jennifer Wiens’, is a model. Her image has been used on various other websites, mostly hairdressing sites. You can see below, just some of the websites where this image has been used.
And the other lady. Yep, her image has been used elsewhere also.
So, just to make you aware, this sort of thing happens frequently.
If you look closely at WeeklyHourJob, you may notice that something is missing. At the base of all legitimate websites, there are links to the legal pages that are required for authenticity. Even I use these legal pages.
Because of this, the owners can use your information for any purpose they desire. Not that they’re supposed to, but they will, as there’s nothing to say they will NOT use your information for other purposes.
Lack of transparency is always a big concern. Firstly, we don’t even know who the owners of these sites are. Secondly, they don’t provide an email address or contact phone number. Which is quite ironic, as they do provide a ‘Contact’ page.
The only information on this contact page though, is a Question/Comment Box with some apparent Q & A’s with the administration. The current comments are not legit, they’re just made up to make you believe that all is legitimate.
How Many Members!
As you well know by now, this is a genuine scam that has been setup under multiple domains. While some people will fall for this, there’s no way that over 216,000 people are members.
This is another common tactic that these sites use, where they throw some large numbers on the website to make it look more authentic. To claim that nearly 7 million dollars has been paid out is outrageous. Well, they don’t actually put a currency symbol in the number, so what does this really mean.
As you can probably guess, I believe WeeklyHourJob to be scam. In fact, I know it is. It also despises me to find that people are getting scammed like this, just so they can pinch your personal details and sell it on to somebody else.
WeeklyHourJob, which has been replicated multiple times over the internet, is not a legitimate opportunity for you to make money. They will not payout, and you’ll be wasting your precious time.
I find it unfair and unethical that they can actually get away with doing this. Hopefully they will get caught one day.
Where to Now
All is not lost!
You and I may have similar aspirations. I too used to be searching for a way to make money online, until I found the ideal solution that suited my situation.
Firstly, if you want to go down the path of earning cash from various tasks such as surveys, I’d recommend Qmee. They are a legitimate platform to make small change from, but it won’t give you a genuine income.
I heard about blogging many years ago, and wondered if there was a chance that I could make money from a blog. After researching how others did it, I realised that affiliate marketing was the preferred method to make money online.
That’s the exact model I use to make money from this website. I review good and poor quality courses and products, and make commissions on some of the better courses I refer people to.
I learned how to do all this at a platform called Wealthy Affiliate, which teaches people how to make money through affiliate marketing on their own website.
Of course there’s various other methods of making money online, some more difficult than others. For me, I find affiliate marketing gives you the greatest balance between making a decent income source, and working too many hours that you can get burned out. I’ve now got to the point where I work half the hours I did in my old office job, which is ideal.
Affiliate marketing allows you to go at your own pace, and make the amount of money determined on how hard you work. It’s the ideal solution for anyone searching for either pocket change through a hobby website, or a full blown online business.
Should you wish to learn as I did, check out my Beginners Step by Step Guide to Affiliate Marketing.
I appreciate you reading my WeeklyHourJob review. If hope to have saved you the trouble of getting scammed with this site.
If you’ve been scammed before, or signed up to any of these unethical websites, I’d be interested to hear your story. Simply place a comment in the discussion area below.
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