exposed as Scam: Doesn’t Pay a Dime

Don’t fall for big rewards for tasks promise. It’s a scam offer. After spending hours watching and liking videos, users wouldn’t be able to withdraw their earnings. Rather they get pulled into a scam that request for $30 processing fee.

As a Cybersecurity Analyst, I’ve taken my time to investigate This article provides a clear understanding of this scam and how it works, what to do if you fall victim, and lots more.

Exposing Get Paid To Watch Video Scam

Set up in November 2023, portrays itself as a platform were people can earn money from the comfort of their home.

The opportunities include; Watch, Like and Share Videos. They call it ‘Secret Tools’.

This website makes it look like your account balance goes up when you watch and like videos. When your balance hits $114, they show a tutorial video about withdrawing money. At the end, they ask you to pay $30 to get the $114. But it’s a scam.

The truth is once you send them $30, that’s it. You won’t get the supposed $114 or your $30 back. If they were really honest, they could just take $30 from what you’ve earned and give you the rest.

Victims Of This Elaborate Scam Speak Out

We discovered some complaints left on scamDoc by people who have fallen for this scam, some of them Include:

must be 100% scam website. It shows the account balance is getting increased while watching and liking the video. Once it comes to over $114, it shows a 4-5min long video which maned as money withdrawing tutorial. End of the video it shows a link and asking for $30 to withdraw that money. Definitely a scam, if they really wanna give money they can deduct 30 from earned amount and pay rest to us >:D . I just tested already so do not waste time to test i

AVOID IT… … 99.999% chance of pure SCAM… brand-new / short-life web domain (no business adddress, no references in from reputable other media sites),…

… Show a mythical rising balance $$$ that you’ll be able to withdraw (haha!), … assuming you would pay them a fee $$$ first and giveaway personal and bank account details to them… 

How To Avoid Work From Home Job Scams

  • Research any company and job opportunity thoroughly before proceeding
  • Decline job offers from companies that do not provide contact information or physical address.
  • Reject any job offer that requires you to pay for training or materials to do the job, is likely a scam. Legitimate companies will provide all the necessary tools and training for free.
  • Stay away from job offers that require sensitive information like your SSN, or bank details.
  • Be wary of too good to be true job offers and salaries. Often times, it’s just a bait.

If You’ve Been Scammed By Take These Steps to Protect Yourself:

  1. Report the scam to the FTC and your state attorney general.
  2. File a report with the FBI’s IC3.
  3. Report deceptive ads on social media platforms.
  4. Contact your bank to cancel the transaction and get a new card.
  5. Change your passwords for online accounts.
  6. Monitor your credit and bank statements for suspicious activity.

Final Words is a scam website offering opportunity of earning via watching and liking videos. This scam aims to get people to pay $30 processing fee before withdrawals. However, after payment is made, the scammers go silent and fail to pay the accumulated earnings.

We’ve uncovered lots of fake job scams like Often times the job scams pretend to be  popular companies like Amazon, Disney or Netflix, but are actually just trying to trick people out of their personal information or money.,, SheinGivesBack, etc.

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