How to Cash Out With MidJobs.com – Our ‘MidJobs’ Reviews / Customer Reviews.
Welcome to our review and we will answer What Is MidJobs.com without confusion. We see much info online about ‘MidJobs’ and unfortunately too many fake reviews as well. Do not be misled into thinking earning money online is so easy as to click on You-Tube Videos and ‘that is that’ and suddenly easy money comes to your hands. Untrue! Advertisers won’t pay so much per view or click. So, how does ‘MidJobs’ at www.midjobs.com generate cash to pay their members? All will be answered shortly, but for now and just know, we believe they are a scam. If you believe you have spotted an online scam then why not let us know in our Work From Home Scam Sites 3000+ List 2020 / 2021 section and we may review them.
Since one and all are allowed to upgrade with ‘MidJobs’ then in effect you become a customer of ‘Mid Jobs’ as well as a worker, of sorts. If you have experience with their work from home job offer then we would love to hear from you in the comments. We know what fake reviews look like and I personally will raise suspicions with those that leave reviews that strike me as odd.
Time to detail why we are too suspicious of ‘MidJobs’ as to not endorse their online activities. Do they payout? Is everyone getting paid out? Is it worth the time and effort? Not everyone will get paid, actually, most won’t and that is the bottom line! See our comments for customer/user/member reviews of ‘Mid Jobs’ below this article. If there are no reviews currently then why not land what you may know about them below this article, as we have said.
www.midjobs.com was registered online on the 2015-01-04. Yet on their site, bottom left, they are saying 2011. Neither date is the whole truth. While their URL name may have been in existence, from one owner’s hands to another since 2015, we are suspecting they are a new website per their content.
We mean to say that their URL name maybe from 2015, but the content on their site may only be relatively new and so we will expand on this idea very shortly and very clearly to detail to you why we believe they are cyber-crooks.
So, go to WHOIS.com to verify the true date by inserting any website name correctly and hitting enter. That site stores the website registration information for other websites and so that is why we always use that free online tool.
The founder did not find it necessary to leave their own founders names. That is not a good sign. Does not the founder of this site not want to be known for offering such a tempting global work from home job offer as they display it on their site?
There is no business address, but since all works are done online, then in this case that is fine. We do see However their general location of Kenya. No contact data at all was supplied upon their sites re-registration for online activity. Incidentally, they have registered their site up to the same date of 2023.
YET, we know from prior experiences of exposing Ponzi Schemes (we will get to this very shortly) such sites close down overnight at times. Other times, the site owners are brazen enough to just keep on going and disregard all reviews saying ‘scam’ just like ours is saying.
To conclude our cursory look into ‘MidJobs’ let us now verify they have been online since 2015 per WHOIS, or 2011, as their own site falsely claims.
All we need to do is to know where to go online to verify such things. Many times scammers will lie about their sites domain age using their sites copyright. But why?
It is very simple. The longer a site is online then the more trust it garners naturally from peoples perception. More trust equals more opportunity to defraud unsuspecting people, and people are genuinely seeking online work from home, are of course most at risk from being duped into working for such websites for free, potentially. The majority just will not get paid.
We only have to go to the website called the Way Back Machine at archive.org/web/. This is another free and brilliant resource one and all should bookmark for their own future research as well as the one mentioned above.
Way Back Machine takes a screenshot of websites over time. Sometimes it will take one, two, or maybe three screenshots a year of a website. This is how we are going to prove to you that ‘MidJobs’ is actually a new website from 2020!
When we go to this site we simply enter the site name of midjobs.com. Hit enter. You will see a column across your screen, segmented by verticle bars per year slot. In each verticle bar you may see a verticle black line with the months and dates below all of this column.
Where we see these black lines is how we know that the Way Back Machine has taken a screenshot. So, remember they claim to be online from 2011? This will now prove them to be liars.
Please see the coming image below. After which we are going to be talking about fake reviews about this site online, what a Ponzi Scheme is, and how it operates to defraud you no matter its guise, and then we will end off with a recommended further research from another online trusted scam buster.
Always further your research and never take anyone site as Gospel as mistakes can be made. OK, here is the image:-
Do you see that arrow pointing to “undeveloped.com/buy-domain“? That is a vital piece of data that tells us ‘MidJobs’, like a company title name of sorts, was up for sale in 2019.
This is now permanent proof that ‘Mid Jobs’ current founders are acting deceptively! No way there is a genuine company trying to deceive their own members, users, customers. Very bad sign and surely a reliable sign of a scam site already.
So ‘MidJobs’ as an online company provider of work from home opportunities has only come about since the date of 2020-04-14, in truth!
If you see the date of this article (21/05/2020) then we see that they are a very new site, currently.
We know this for that was the last time their site’s registration was Updated. Please see the image below for verification.
Case Closed On Their Sites True Age – Deception Detected At ‘MidJobs’ Proof!
How Does ‘MidJobs’ Work?
‘MidJobs’ claims for one and all to get paid to ‘Review Videos and Sponsored Content‘. Let us now break down this idea. So, in theory, and what that statement implies, is that advertisers are putting up ads on You-Tube videos, and other content sources, for the sole purpose of others to view – and in doing so – choose to pay more per view/click? Why would skilled business-minded people pay more for a service they could get far cheaper elsewhere and get more clicks leading to sales?!
NONSENSE! And here is why. MidJobs.com claims to payout $00.06 to $00.15 per thirty-second video. There are 153 videos in a day to watch. That roughly adds up to about $10.00 per day.
The problem is, the advertisers would have to pay even more per yours and others clicks to the site owners for hosting their ads for you to click on. So how much in reality then do advertisers pay in order for the site owners at ‘MidJobs’ to also earn?
In the stark clear light of day of the reality within the real-world advertisers are not spending so much money on advertising, as their site would allude to. Google Ads generally nets you ten thousand clicks for $1000.00. So you do the math on that one! On Facebook you could get around two or three hundred, maybe perhaps one hundred and fifty clicks, for just $5.
In truth, real paid to click work from offers, that are legit pay out only a fraction of a cent per click. Good such sites pay out one cent per click to view. That is still atrocious pay when you consider the lost time in making such small earnings.
Even those surveys we see online all the time saying ‘Get Paid Up To $5 Per Survey Today‘ is nonsense, in my experience. I did hours and hours of those surveys and not once did I ever get $5 for doing any of them. I did dozens beyond recollection in my life and I never cashed out once!
So, in my view, all survey sites are moral-scams for the little pennies they actually payout. Most people become despondent and leave their small earnings and so these online companies keep all of those earnings, which is a lot, if you have millions of hopefuls looking to earn online with too-easy-to-do-tasks for unreal earnings or any earnings, actually.
Very quickly, 99% of paid to click work offers are scams! If they are not scams when they start then in one or two years they tend to turn into scams. There are very few that have remained legitimate and so do be careful guys. The principle of online survey tasks is all the same with what we are talking about with ‘MidJobs’.
Only the form of what you do is different from clicking on You-Tube ads. The poor payout, if any, remains the same.
Anyways, the owners of this work from home site are not earning anywhere close for exposing you to those ads. They are presumably earning money but only for themselves, perhaps? Currently there are reports that members have been getting paid. We wager that will change at a moments notice.
Let us now take a deeper dive into how they are currently, see the date of this post, paying members, and why that may change shortly. And crucially, the source of those earnings is NOT from the ads you may be clicking on…
If Ads Pay So Poorly – How Does ‘MidJobs’ Pay Its Members?
That, my friends, is a great question! Here is the ‘skinny’, the ‘sleight of hand’, the ‘bait and switch’ leading to this ‘cloak and dagger dance’, ultimately landing others to be out of pocket or simply have their time wasted.
So here is our Question:- if the founders of ‘MidJobs’ are earning so much cash from those ads, as seemingly evidenced by promising their own visitorship around $00.06 to $00.015 per view (and we have already said that even one cent per click on legit sites is very good pay), then why are they charging for tiered memberships?
So! Two good questions that we will answer now.
We must now look to their business structure. They have tiered paid memberships of Basic Worker, Elite Work and then they have their Black Card Account. It is only with the Black Card Account do you have the proposed potential to earn the stated pay of $00.06 to $00.15 per thirty-second ad.
Like all human beings, advertisers what their bucks to go further. They will seek out ardently sources online to advertise their goods and services for as cheaply as possible, while landing their ads, on high-quality content sources relative to their budget.
And so it is counterintuitive to pay through the nose on a site whose traffic is not good traffic? What is ‘not good traffic’ in this sense? It means that people who work at ‘MidJobs’ are not interested in the slightest in those ads. They have not joined the site to spend money on ads but to earn money on such things.
So the advertisers are not getting an interested audience and so they too are being scammed. When ads are displayed to too many people from advertisers budgets that are not interested in their goods/service, then this is deemed ‘not good traffic’. Wrong audience, so to speak.
Advertisers will use You-Tube videos because that platform has an algorithm that will target ads to people who may be interested in such content. This is typically based on your search history using that platform, and since You-Tube now belongs to Google, your Google search history as well potentially <- not sure on that last bit.
In this way, because You-Tube is so efficient at a high accuracy rate of landing ads to potentially interested people very fast is why they are able to offer advertisers better deals.
‘Mid Jobs’ are very expensive if those earnings were to be true! Very expensive! Not only should you be getting their stated earnings but also they need to earn a profit as well, the founders that is.
And so the advertisers would have to pay even more per ad! No way. Unreal earnings per the nature of the work.
So that should have now clearly debunked the theory of the payments from those ads. Let us now move onto the true source of earnings.
You Guessed It – Paid Memberships! Beware of Ponnzi Schemes.
The only source of payment to members, in order to keep their promised payout targets true, is by paid memberships. The more paid memberships happen the more cash this website has to pay its members.
So, when such sites are new they tend to pay out and so if you are the first wave you should be assured may be quite regular payments for a time. The longer the site lasts though the more spotty, even for their oldest members, payments become.
Why? It is all about numbers! Sooner or later their membership ranks will swell so much, even if everyone was to be a paid member, they could not simply have the earnings to pay out to every member. In essence, their out-goings are higher than their revenue. Thereby, such Ponzi Schemes can collapse overnight, as history has shown many times.
What Is A Ponzi Scheme?
Very quickly, it is simply when all the cash goes upwards (just like a pyramid scheme), or the bulk of the cash, to the founder and co. This means you give your cash away for the promise of wild returns on that membership/investment etc. There is no real exchange for this cash.
The hallmark of a Ponzi Scheme is when there is nothing exchanged for your cash. No real job, in this case, no real digital service or anything of actual value. Based on this premise then unreal earnings are to be returned for no or little or very easy work. Not real.
In this situation with ‘MiJobs’, the work is not real, and so in essence, they are a Ponzi Scheme. They are such for the earnings go straight to the founder. The founder will play along for a time, but when that person or people spot that earnings cannot be shared with too many members, then they may become full of excuses to buy time!
I have seen this many times in the past with other Ponzi Schemes and yes they do cause incredible upset to people who may not know what they are involved in.
There is a far superior Explantation about their business structure at Wikipedia.Org Regarding Ponzi Schemes. It is worth a look so you do not fall for such schemes in the future.
That link will open in a new tab so you may return here if you want to. We will certainly be very interested to hear any stories you may have with the site under review.
‘MidJobs’ Fake Online Reviews!
I just want to briefly just touch on a disturbing trend I have spotted with TrustPilot. At first, I thought, I were not understanding what I was viewing.
You see, TrustPilot has software, or certainly employees, that watch out for fake reviews. And so can you imagine my surprise when I see the reviews at this platform praising the site under review as legitimate?!
That is unfortunate. Perhaps the COVID 19 Virus has some platforms not operating 100% and so that may explain the existence fo these fake reviews? Perhaps, we don’t know. I have never seen this before on that platform, except for one or two other scam sites that got praised when they should not have.
We are not criticizing TrustPilot or placing accusations in no way shape or form. But in this instance, those positive reviews could lead so many down the wrong road online in the hopes of real and good earnings.
At Trust Pilot MidJobs.com currently has a Four-Star Rating of Excellent! I am however glad to see some reviewers warning others and claiming this site as a scam. You may view those reviews at TrustPilot.com/review/midjobs.com for your own research.
Just a Few Potentially Common Questions Answered.
There is no location address or founders names for this website. We do not see any contact information on their site either. Does anyone have such data you could share in the comments?
It is likely, once you realize you are on a scam site, that you may wish to close your ‘MidJobs’ Account? Potentially, you may not be able to and may only vanish once the site has closed down. Scammers will tend to inflate true memberships by keeping their member stats the same even if members leave.
If you are waiting some time for your payments, and none has come to you far beyond the promised payment period, then it is likely you are not one of the lucky ones to be paid. We are very interested to hear from anyone that may have been paid by the platform we have reviewed.
We are not saying that no one will get paid, but only and as more and more time passes by, fewer and fewer will yield earnings per time, and efforts expended. Eventually, no one may get paid, and soon after they collapse their site and move on. Perhaps even they may re-direct their scam to another URL name.
Once too many members join then they will run out of cash to pay all. They may try to keep up this pretense for as long as possible, which could be five or six months – may be longer, and then shut down their operations. Ultimately the founders will run away with the bulk of those earnings based off of others work.
While the advertisers are paying out for those clicks it is nowhere near the payout promises from ‘MidJobs’. That is too high for advertisers to pay for such simple tasks and still, what is the worth of thousands of clicks if no one buys their services and goods, and so we see why what we are saying just makes common sense.
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