What Is DollarsWork.info? Is DollarsWork.info a Scam or Legit!

By | February 13, 2018

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What Is DollarsWork.info Fully Answered.

Should you be researching What Is DollarsWork.info, asking is Dollars Work Info safe or fraudulent, needing a review of DollarsWork? I will answer those and find out how to make money, who owns the site and ultimately is it a scam or paying out. The owners of Dollars Work have 100s to 1000s of duplicate websites all offering the same work from home opportunity helping to gross you $2000 and more a month. However, they do not payout to anyone and therefore a SCAM! I have done several reviews on some of their other sites as well which I will list here.

So, the quick answer is they are indeed a scam. We offer our #1 suggestion as Wealthy Affiliate. For more info on it please click >>HERE<< or sign up >>HERE<< to test drive Premium for 7 Days. Paid Options on offer.

 

 

 

 

 

What Is DollarsWork.info and Evidence of an Online Scam Operation.

Let’s now further answer what is DollarsWork.info by first finding out who owns it. The website was started late 2017 and will end late 2018. This tells me when they develop a bad online rep (if they haven’t already) they will shut down that site and rebirth it under another name. The process of the same remains nearly identical for all their sites.

NO email and the Founder can not be located online. Bad Sign.

Who Can Sign Up? Anyone.

How do you make money with them? It is free to sign up and you are gift $25 for doing so but unfortunately you will never see it in your hands. You simply complete ‘tasks’, which only takes around 30 seconds. $10 IS PAID for every referral you make and actually I think it is fair. But problem in their logic for me is when they say you will be paid for simply getting clicks! OK, when someone simply clicks on your affiliate link – you earn $5.

 

Unreal Earnings at DollarsWork.info

 

Any online company would go bust in no time for paying all their members $5 for simply directing people to their site even if they do not sign up or buy anything.

Obviously, the bulk of the work involves you sharing your own unique affiliate links across the entire web such as Facebook, Instagram, blogs, texts, PM’s, emails and word of mouth among other ways. We know this as spamming and is actually completely illegal way to do business online – be warned. Even Facebook are casting legal proceedings against individuals that add others to groups and force advertising on them without permission.

There are of course some ads or surveys but they soon disappear leaving one without doubt that you must share our own link to continue with any hope of making money.

 

 

CASH OUT – THE PENNY DROPS!

The minimum cash out is either $150/$300 depending on which one of their sites you are on. DollarsWork sets theirs to, well, I don’t know because their FAQ’s leads straights back to their home page – MAJOR SCAM SIGN WARNING! DO YOU KNOW THAT AMOUNT? Let us know below this article. Thank you 🙂 .

Either amount is far too high and usually the highest is set to $100. They payout monthly upon which all hell breaks loose. You will be required to complete one of their offers, do a survey or upgrade your account – per my research.

After which they will want you to pay for this privilege. Should you have submitted bank details for one of their offers you should definitely ring your bank to cancel immediately. They will offer a trial period but usually end up hitting your account for a nice bit of money which will be hidden in their fine print somewhere on their site.

Keep a good eye on your bank account over the next coming weeks to months to ensure no small but constant amounts are being deducted.

It really does not matter if you don’t pay as they will not allow you access to your earning. They promise you to earn $50 to $100 per day! To date Dollars Work has paid out to no one. Any payment proofs – which we do not see on their site. All of their sites operate to defraud and are a true pyramid scheme where ONLY THE FOUNDERS GET PAID.

They only exist to get free traffic from its members and commissions from all those that pay to cash out via sign up offers and surveys. You won’t get anything and are actually working for free for an online criminal enterprise. It is a Pyramid Scheme because (in this case) ALL THE MONEY FLOWS UPWARDS!!

Please see below all the websites I have managed to find online owned by the same crooks that own Dollars Work below:-

 

 

All those reviews will open up in a fresh window.

 

It should also be noted, the ‘Marketing Manager‘, Lauren Murray is not the real ‘manager’ on this site and is just someone’s image online being used.

 

 

SCAM RATING:- NO OWNER ID. NO PAYOUTS. DUPLICATE COPIES OF THEIR SITES SPRING UP AND GET DELETED WHEN ONLINE REPUTATION GETS BAD. WILL SEEK TO DEFRAUD ITS MEMBERS. THEY SELL ON MEMBERS ID DETAILS FOR A PROFIT. A TRUE PYRAMID SCHEME. 0/100! THEY ALSO DOWNLOAD MALWARE TO LOOK AND STEAL SENSITIVE DATA – PLEASE ENSURE YOU CLEAR YOUR BROWSER CACHE REGULARLY.

 

 

 

HAVE YOUR SAY!


THIS FORUM IS NOW OPEN! Did you sign up them? What was your experience? Wondering how you are going to get paid? They don’t pay out. Perhaps you just want to express your experience which you can do below in the comment box where I will respond to you 🙂 . Perhaps you have some questions I have not addressed – please just ask me. I am taking questions on my #1 recommendation on Wealthy Affiliate as well where I will be happy to further help. I have reviewed many of their sites and they are nearly always identical. The scam operation certainly is with only a few minor differences such as cash out limit. We are now finished answering What Is DollarsWork.info and only hope you Googled them first before signing up to them. Farewell for now everyone 🙂 .

 

 

4 thoughts on “What Is DollarsWork.info? Is DollarsWork.info a Scam or Legit!

  1. Tina

    What about Five Winds Asset Management and QW Lianora Swiss Consulting?Is it also a scam?
    Thank you for your answer!

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Tina,

      Left you a detailed answer on the other article you asked this question. I certainly hope it helps you and please do ask more questions if you have any.

      Regards,

      Philip.

      Reply
  2. WealthyBen

    I just hate scams with passion!
    Have you also come across offers like “get $5 just for signing up”? For example, some sites claim to pay you $1 to $7 just by viewing 1 ad for some seconds. Is that not too good to be true? No online company can survive in business by paying all its members $5 for simply directing people to their site even if they do not sign up or buy anything. Even a philanthropist cannot try that because such business act ONLY leads to DEBT in a matter of little time.

    The offer of $5 for just directing people to their sites IS A BIG SIGN OF SCAM to avoid. I am currently writing an article on online scams and I seen instances of folks being scammed as a results of the desire to fall for a GET-RICH-QUICK SCHEME like DollasWork. Such scam companies as DollarsWork will never share their contact details nor provide you with any customer support. All these are pointers to fraud.

    Thank you Philip for revealing this.

    WealthyBen

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi WealthyBen,

      Now that is advice you can take to the bank regarding ways to spot an online scam. I am glad you can easily see how much of a scam DollarsWork.info really is. One does not need to know every website online in terms of their trust status – just look for signs that will tell you this.

      Thanks again WealthyBen and I really do appreciate your comment on this issue.

      Regards,

      Philip.

      Reply

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