SCAM ALERT – ThePaidWork.com

SCAM ALERT!

SCAM ALERT!

SCAM ALERT!

www.thepaidwork.com

BE AWARE… www.thepaidwork.com is a scam!  Scary, right?  I saw a link on a fellow bloggers website, and immediately thought shoot – why not.  So I signed up and within an hour or two, I had made $770 just by sharing a link with my friends and having them click the link.  I was thinking “awesome… new iPhones for D.J. and I anddd a date night!  Sweeeet!”  What a crock.  So since I reached the $500 minimum needed for a payment, I thought why not see the next steps.  It says that they can pay me right away – and this is true with PayPal for actual legitimate companies, so I clicked through and this is what I got…

Screen Shot 2013-11-11 at 2.39.19 PM Screen Shot 2013-11-11 at 2.39.28 PM Screen Shot 2013-11-11 at 2.39.33 PMMy best advice is simple… STAY AWAY.  If you did sign up – just stop using your account, and do not follow through with payments.  STAY AWAY!  It is a scam!

I apologize if you did sign up, and you’re in the same boat as me.  I e-mailed their customer service and asked them to remove my account – let’s see if I get a reply.

If you haven’t got what I am saying yet, I’ll say it again – just to keep everyone safe!  Too bad too!  I knew it had to be too good to be true!

SCAM ALERT – www.thepaidwork.com – SCAM ALERT

This is the ScamAdviser.Com review: http://www.scamadviser.com/check-website/thepaidwork.com

Update:  November 13, 2013

I logged in today to see if maybe since I didn’t get an email that I would get an alert or something on my account, or maybe my account would actually be cancelled because I posted this (haha), but they have updated their site.  Check this out, and look at all of the typos.  There is no way that this is legitimate.

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51 comments

    • Lindsie says:

      look at the pictures… pay pal actually isn’t an option. It’s a cheap form to email to them – nothing is electronic. if there was a place to enter my paypal details, I think it would be safe.. but it is not. Look again!

  1. Josiah says:

    Interestingly they told me they would send my money via Western Union. I didn’t see anything about paypal. Doesn’t mean it’s still not a scam. I haven’t sent off for my earnings still debating. Thanks for this though.

    • Lindsie says:

      Did you actually have contact with them? I have emailed them, but haven’t heard back. Please share your experience with us so other can be aware if this truly is a scam.

      • justin parks says:

        well, i just sent the request for my money today, so i will see if they contact me back or not.. I know what you mean though, if they have the money to be paying people just for referring people, then why couldnt they make a more legit payment page. Also this is something i would like to believe is legit, but then again, this sounds way too good to be true. so i will update and let everyone know if they actually do send the payment. i hope so!! but im not holding my breath

  2. justin parks says:

    ummmm. they are not asking you for payment.. they are asking you for your information so they can send u the payment.. via western union.

  3. justin parks says:

    And also. I am a member too, and as far as i know western union is the only way you can get paid. they have to know your info so they can tell the western union people, and u have to know the info when u go to pick it up. and i have earned 1000 something dollars, and have filled out this form and emailed it back, as requested. I am not sure if this is legit or not, but i will update asap as to if they actually send me the payment, as they said they would within the week. and if they do i will try and show proof. But we will see…

  4. Lindsie says:

    Justin,
    That would be great. Please share with us so others can be aware of this potential scam. It says with $1000 you should receive it right away – let’s see how true it is. I read information asking for paypal information – so that worried me. Please keep us updated!

    • justin parks says:

      Will do!
      and also, i did some research looking for any forums, for people talking about if this is a scam or not, problem is i really didnt find anything about it, good nor bad, so i guess we will just have to wait and see! and yes indeed they did say over 1000 should get immediate payment. so hopefully this is legit because i could really use some money right now!! will keep updated

  5. jamie says:

    It’s a scam I got to 1,000 and they said i would receive today and of course now within a week ! All bullshit and lies. Not for.nothing but I.Googled the site and there’s nothing.coming.up! Big read flag!

  6. Matt John says:

    Hy Justin I just want to ask. When u click thedownload form button does it works? Mine i have to complete a survey which made me think it is a scam.

  7. Lindsie says:

    Hey Everyone,
    Thank you so much for replying and for sharing your experiences. Hopefully this post will alert others to this website. As soon as I hear more, either from you all or from someone else, I will post an update!
    Have a great day!

    • justin parks says:

      really dont know what to think at this point in time.. i sent out for payment a couple days ago and havent heard any thing at all. but on the site it does say that the payment date is not until the 15th. the site is now updated and it shows (supposed) recent payouts at the top of screen. im very iffy about this. i want to believe its not a scam, because they are no asking of much from me personally, (money, personal info.. etc) but im going to give it about a week, and see if i hear anything, as for anyone else who thought about signing up, i would say dont waste your time. i think it would be safe to go ahead and say that this is a scam, but if it does work out and i do recieve payment in the future i will let everyone know..

      • Lindsie says:

        Thanks, Justin. I really hope that you’ll get some money out of it! Good luck, and I can’t wait to hear some more, as I am sure that many other readers are as well.
        Have a great day!

      • wendy says:

        I understand everyones concern for “too good to be real” but my only question is, with everyone calling it a scam, what exactly are they scamming out of you? I signed up, and I too have emailed them and have not received a reply. However, they have gotten no personal information from me. So, I ask again, what are they scamming people out of?>

  8. Kimberly says:

    Already knew this would be a scam who would pay that much money sittin at home on a computer when someone who works a real job and works there ass off and doesn’t make this much in a week

  9. Wayne says:

    Hello everyone I just got to about $660 and I was trying to figure out why there are so my problems. I thought it was legit because I had to give no personal info but then when no was ready to cash out I noticed they spelled check wrong or with a q. They changed around the website I see they got all these peoples names with odd numbers being paid out to them. If anyone receives payment please update us. I’m leaning towards scam. It sucks because I wasted 3 days on this when I could of been looking for a real job like a normal person.

  10. Kimchan says:

    Hy everyone. It is 100% scam for me due to when i’ve reach 1k plus i want to withdraw it n keep on click on the download form it says “sorry there are no offer for this region” what a dissapointed cos’ from the beginning it says dat everyone can join but this is what i got. What a jerk.

  11. Rajthala Rcx says:

    Earlier it was “Next Payment Date: 15th November 2013″ and now it’s “Next Payment Date: 20th November 2013″. I sent an email to payouts@thepaidwork.com but still no reply or any kind of reply from them. I want to vote a scam to this site as well as all other cloned sites of the same.

    • Porscha says:

      Yeah I looked yesterday and it said the payout will be on the 15th and this morning it says 20th now. Yeah This is a fucking scam, waste of time and a disappointment. Those people must NOT have a life or anything to do to just sit around making fake ass websites to have people thinking that the site is real and that they’re actually going to make money. When something is TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE then you should know there’s a possibility of it being a scam. Then there’s no Paypal button on there, there’s a fake ass western union picture at the bottom, typos, fake names at the top showing people that received payouts.. LOL, total BS.. I wasted my time and energy on this BS..

      • Porscha says:

        Oh yeah, I forgot to mention.. The site used to be called “Paybulb” and I was registered and everything and racked up about $1500 and then all of a sudden changed to “The Paid Work” and I lost everything and it was saying I was a unregistered user. SMH, they change their sites every week. This shit is fake

  12. Stacy says:

    The Bastard Advertises in Backpage.com under computer services. This son of a bitch caught me off guard….God only knows who I recruited to follow in my foot steps!

  13. Kimchan says:

    Guess what dude it is a scam when i open the website it change the icon into “The Cow Pay” as of today. And ask for another registration. What a dumb :(

  14. anonymous says:

    Sucker… I made 1145$ and when i requested for a withdrawal it’s asking me to unlock some stupid quest which can’t be unlocked until i buy something…shithole

  15. marco. says:

    so Thepaidwork is a scammer ? really ? cause in my account i already have 1000 USD , but when i press the button to download the form , suddenly they tell me to complete some survey , what the hell is this ? lol , somebody please e-mail me at fandy_marco@yahoo.com to tell the truth , :) have a nice day ,

  16. Rosko says:

    It’s a huge scam. I am a police detective in large metropolitan police department. If there is no phone number, no address, no google returns it smells fishy to me. I see people get scammed by offshore operations in Nigeria, Romania, Hungary, some of those Stan countries in Central Asia, and every other corrupt third world shithole country on the planet. One problem is the operate in these countries were they wont get into trouble because anyone and anything can be bought. The other problem is that feds wont touch these cases because most the countries these will not extradite these maggots to the US.

  17. Kayla King says:

    I hate to break it to everyone but this IS a scam. I registered for a site a few weeks ago. Payoye.com. it was the EXACT same site, just a different name. I racked up almost 2g then the next thing I knew the site was gone and sending me to this thepaidwork.com and my login didn’t work. If you do a little looking this site was just created, the same day the other one was deleted. These people are making money off us doing the surveys to unlock the payment request page. Sorry to ruin people’s day, but don’t put in anymore effort to make these people richer.

  18. Monica says:

    I tried this and I too was scammed made $650.00 then when it was time for them to pay out NOTHING!!!!! I have since been looking for online work and came across http://processforemails.info/ it worked for me I made $75 my first day it said up to $300 a day but that’s only if you have the time to sit and post and reply to emails all day. this is impossible for me because I am a mother of 2 little ones. I do it when I have spare time the most I made was $100 in 1 day. Just thought I should share.

  19. ray says:

    monica u fail to mention there is a 25 dolar fee to get started. why will i give up money to make money sound fishy monica. more details please did u pay 25. cause every scam advice i read says never give money to make money wtf

  20. arjay says:

    DEFINITELY A SCAM! If the saying “too good to be true” is not good enough for u, then check the spellings. U can actually tell that this is done by some assholes from non-English country trying to scam us. No Company name, add. phone numbers. just email which can be done by anyone.

  21. Kayla King says:

    There are A LOT of scams out there! Idk about the email processing but it seems pretty flakey. I am a SAHM and have done a lot of research lately on work at home opportunities. I came across something I’ve been using for a week now that’s starting to show results. It does involve completing offers but there are free ones. So you can sign up for a week trial, get credited for completing the offer, then cancel before the trials up. Feel free to check out my sign up page out at http://www.ibourl.net/kjane426 or email me at kking426@yahoo.com if your interested. Good luck to everyone!

  22. Erika says:

    This is bullshit. It tells me to do a survey before I can fill out a form and still can’t get into it. A waste of my valuable time.

  23. Aleus says:

    Man i cant believe this shit either i worked my ass off posting on free ad site using free ad trials to get people to get people to click and and sign;so i reach $225 in a week so wanted to cash out and sure enough here comes the games, i was like i wanna cash out and get to the form, the screen goes black, a box pops up then they say do a survey, then after for ever you think you done with they survey, they tell you to do these gold and platinum offers then samples and then opens up another page and your lost, point of it all for that young lady who says who do people feel its a scam, well if these people did those offers; thinking they were gong to get paid; well thats why they say scam cause some of those offers cost money some are free trials, but again you have to do 6 offers, then you get a kindle or something like that; i also noticed the incorrect spelling, if you notice at the top where all those names are they never seem to change neither the ones to the bottom left of the screen, but im ticked just like everybody else especially they guys who decided to stick around for the $500, and again Google cant find them, thank God i came across this page.

  24. Jessica Morris says:

    Hey everyone I received money from thepaidwork.com and I just got paid $2,145 so no its not a scam you just have to have patience and let them process the money they are from the Uk and you didn’t have to give see no money so wtf yall mad for duh

  25. Amanda says:

    Domain Name: THEPAIDWORK.COM
    Creation Date: 2013-11-10 15:29:00Z
    Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2014-11-10 15:29:00Z
    Registrar: ENOM, INC.
    Reseller: NAMECHEAP.COM
    Registrant Name: WHOISGUARD PROTECTED
    Registrant Organization: WHOISGUARD, INC.
    Registrant Street: P.O. BOX 0823-03411
    Registrant City: PANAMA
    Registrant State/Province: PANAMA
    Registrant Postal Code: NA
    Registrant Country: PA
    Admin Name: WHOISGUARD PROTECTED
    Admin Organization: WHOISGUARD, INC.
    Admin Street: P.O. BOX 0823-03411
    Admin City: PANAMA
    Admin State/Province: PANAMA
    Admin Postal Code: NA
    Admin Country: PA
    Admin Phone: +507.8365503
    Admin Phone Ext:
    Admin Fax: +51.17057182

  26. Henry says:

    I have been actively participating in thejobcow.com and i have made 345$ for the last three days, thanks for revealing this scum. am not going to waste any more time coz it says on their website that they pay you when you get to 300$ in one section then the other section says you will be paid when you make 500$. Am going to inquire from western union if they have paid anyone otherwise am done with this thing! period.

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