If you’ve come across a site called Duty Screen or if someone showed you proof that they got paid, great job in doing your research and landing on this review.
With the name like “Duty Screen” I really don’t know how anyone can get involved with a site like it, but that just shows how desperate people really are to make money.
I have given into one of the thousands of scams like Duty Screen and I think I have learned more than just a lesson, which I will be explaining in this review.
This won’t take long, so please read it to the end before you join something you will end up regretting.
So What is Duty Screen?
Duty Screen is a scam website that claims to give you “an online job career”.
Whatever that means.
The site comes with extremely poor grammar and there is no indication on who owns the site and for very good reason at that.
The owner seems to be operating out of the Philippines as a lot of people being introduced to this stuff come from there and the last scammer that tried to screw me over was located there as well.
There is no product that comes with this site but rather a bunch of little tasks that can be completed so you can earn money.
The main focus is on recruiting other people and is done through a very sneaky way that gets people interested in these types of scams.
It’s Free to Join Duty Screen
There is no cost to join Duty Screen, which is why a lot of people signup to this site first and then ask questions later.
Not recommended, but when someone tells you it’s free, you can’t help but feel that you have nothing to lose, which I will be explaining to you more here.
How the Duty Screen Scam Works
By having you think that you have nothing to lose, of course you’ll signup and at the very least see what the site is all about, especially when there is nowhere on the site that tells you what you will be doing.
So you join, do the little tasks, and voila!
You made money.
Then you start telling others that you’ve found the latest and greatest way to make money online that will cost them $0 to join because well, you can make money there too.
Make Money Recruiting Others
By having you earn over $20 just for getting someone to join, how in the world can you not tell someone to join when they don’t even have to pay a single penny to get started.
Then you take screenshots of your “earnings” and you go on Facebook showing everyone how rich you got from doing nothing.
Ignore that proof.
No One Will Get Paid
After seeing $3,000 in your account, go ahead and try to cash it out because I can promise you that no one is going to pay you.
Meet the minimum threshold and all the requirements to get paid and nothing will happen.
If you don’t believe me, checkout some of the same type of scams that are doing the same thing to other innocent people.
I guess you can say that anything with the word “duty” in it along with a domain name that doesn’t make sense can very much fall into the scam category, so avoid anything like it.
So How do They Scam You?
I thought you’d never ask.
Without taking any money from you, you can’t help but wonder why I would call this a scam, right?
Well, these guys have different plans and it’s a lot bigger than you think.
In order to get your money, you have to enter your Paypal information if that’s how you choose to get paid.
Before you got started, you had to create an account with a unique password, which is only done so that they try to make you use something that you would use for another sensitive account.
After all that is done, they will try and match your password with your email address and they will attempt to login to your Paypal account so that they can transfer your money to their account.
Be Scam Smart
If you’ve entered any information into the Duty Screen site, now would be a great time to change your password to avoid being the next victim of identity theft.
These guys operate from a country that doesn’t prosecute these scammers, so good luck trying to get them to pay the price because that isn’t going to happen.
I’ve had it done to me, so please don’t try to put any information that you use for any bank accounts or anything that can have you in some trouble later.
Duty Screen is nothing but a scam so please try to avoid any other site like this out there as there are thousands of them.
They come with the same template and scam tactics but all they do is change the name.
When a site has nothing but a join here button on it, please understand that you are literally entering nothing.
Not even an explanation or a little indication of what you will be doing, you best bet that this is nothing but a scam.
I hope this review of Duty Screen has saved you more than just time and money and please try to be smarter than most or you’ll end up making a big mistake.
Thanks for reading and good luck!