Dollars In Job will make you money by completing simple tasks and sharing the site with others.
Another too good to be true scam?
Let me give you the cold hard facts about this site through a Dollars In Job review so that you know exactly what this site is about before you start promoting it like other members are doing even if they’ve never mad a single penny here.
First of all, great job in doing your research and not just joining something that has way too many signs of a scam or you’ll be regretting it later.
This review won’t take long as there’s not much to say about this, so read it to its entirety so that you don’t miss out on anything.
So What is Dollars In Job?
Dolars In Job is one of many “get the job” scams that come and go claiming to make you money by doing simple tasks like taking surveys.
What makes things really crazy is the amount that they pay for these little tasks.
Sure you can make money taking surveys, but these days its hard to find any that even pay $1 unlike they used to do back in the day.
Now you’re claiming to pay over $5 for one simple task?
You just have to throw in the red flag and do your research as that is beyond ridiculous.
Then again, when you have something that is free to join claiming that you can make money, it’s really hard to not at least give it a try.
More Red Flags
The site starts off with no sense of direction and only shows numbers with the dollar sign on the wrong side, some girl on her laptop, and a place for you to register your free account.
Don’t forget about the domain name that makes no sense (dollarsinjob.com) as well as the “start your online job career” nonsense that you see before signing up.
With any legitimate site claiming to make you money, there has to be some type of income disclaimer and of course Dollars In Job fails to present one.
Then you have the “all righT reserved”.
Did someone forget the “S” at home or something?
You gotta be kidding me!
But it’s FREE to Join
Then you have the fact that it’s free to join, yet you can make money by doing little tasks and recruiting other people.
In the real world, you are going to need to invest either time, money, or both in order to make money and it isn’t going to happen with you doing nothing.
But, it is definitely free to join, which has people wondering how I can even call this a scam when they don’t take any money from you, which I guess I can cover here now.
How the Scam Works
This is the part where people take too lightly and this is also the part where people can make the biggest mistakes.
By being free, you are quick to throw out your information so you can start making money, which is actually what they want you to do.
Then you will need to add some pretty sensitive information in order to get paid and this is where the scheme actually takes place.
Once you put in your email address and use a “secret” password, these scammers will try to match that password with the email address you put down from which you wish to get paid using Paypal.
If they find a match, they will then try to transfer money into their accounts and you won’t notice this until it’s probably too late.
So if you think you really have nothing to lose, you might want to think again.
But there’s Payment Proof
This is another thing I can’t stand about these sites.
People do their tasks, recruit others, and rack up their earnings and then take screenshots to post on Facebook to show other people that they are making money.
Let me just tell you that the so called earnings you see in those screenshots are still pending in their back office and not in their Paypal or bank account.
Dollars In Job Will NOT PAY
I don’t care if you’ve met the $3,000 minimum threshold or you waited for the next payout cycle to come around I can promise you that you will not see that in your bank account.
So if you’re one of those that are waiting to get paid and showing screenshots of these fake earnings, now would be a great time to stop.
NO ONE IS MAKING ANY MONEY WITH DOLLARS IN JOB!
Final Verdict: Dollars In Job is a Scam
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but this is the next site you need to avoid.
Sure we all want to make money online, but you need to be smart about things before you become another victim of identity theft.
If you come across any other site that looks exactly like this but with a different name, please avoid that one too as they are constantly coming up with new sites every time their scheme gets exposed.
Like the good old saying goes…
“If it seems too good to be true, it most likely is”
Be scam smart and you should be good to go.