Is A Scam Or Legit? Enjeo Review – Can You Really Make Money?

These days, everyone wants to make money online, fast and easy from the comfort of the couch at home. Many people think that making this extra income is almost effortless when you find the magic website that will pay thousands just for sharing links on your social media.

I follow several Facebook “online money making” groups and always see new opportunities members are excited about before they receive any payment (for example, Kashtree). Some offers are more promising as they are presented along with the payment proof.

Recently, I’ve seen dozens of invitations to join and quickly make about $20 as a direct deposit to your account. My gut feeling was that it sounds like a scam, but I decided to check it after one of my virtual friends recommended Enjeo in her great FB group where she helps people make money with various apps and websites. I googled for any Enjeo review and couldn’t find any, so I had to step up and test it myself.

Now I’m able to offer you my own experience and honest review.

In this post, I’m going to tell you exactly how you can make the first $20.25 (and maybe more if you refer others) and why I think you should be VERY CAREFUL while doing it and even after you receive your payment.

Disclaimer: the contents of this post are my personal opinion based on online research and personal experience. The readers are responsible for their interpretation and actions.

What is Enjeo? Is Enjeo Real?

What is

Enjeo is a free Affiliate Program that allows people to make money from referring friends and selling subscriptions to several digital products (I’ll explain them in more detail later in this post).

There is no information about owners, board members or directors, as well as about the location of Enjeo headquarters. Usually, companies are happy to tell their stories and give credit to the founders. In the “Affiliate Program Terms” document, the state of Nevada is mentioned for dispute resolutions, so we can assume that Enjeo’s offices are located in Nevada.

The company’s homepage doesn’t provide any information about the products. You have to sign up first before you see the list.

Enjeo Affiliate Program

Currently, offers a lucrative affiliate program. As a limited time bonus, they promise to pay you $10 for each new affiliate or customer you bring into the system. This type of program is known for the ability to spread on the Web with enormous speed, as people try to get referrals and share the information on many social media sites.

Also, Enjeo promises to pay you 5% of all the revenue generated by your Affiliates. If you look at the products page, there are several digital plans sold for $1 (weekly) and the commission for them is listed as “up to $1.25” with frequency up to 6 months. It’s not clear to me how these figures correspond with 5%, but let’s leave it for now.

An Affiliate must be at least 18y old, who has US SSN or EIN. One account per person. Must reside in the US.

Enjeo Terms Update 

These terms are going to change on November 7th, 2019. You will receive only $5 for each new affiliate that signs up with our referral link and enrolls their first Customer. If the customer stays for 30 days, you will receive additional $5.

The 5% residual income will be discontinued.

As you see, terms might change in the future (see Affiliate Program Terms), as this marketing strategy looks quite expensive.


Now, let me explain how you are supposed to make your first $20.25 from Enjeo.

Step One – Sign Up With

As promised on the homepage, the signup process is quick and easy. Click on the link here and you’ll be taken to the signup form but better read this post to the very end before filling it and make an educated decision whether you want to join or not.

The initial data required for the sign up is first name, last name, and email address. On the next page, you’ll be asked to create a password and provide the full street address and bank account details (routing number and account number) to be used for future deposits.

Enjeo only offers direct deposit payments. There is no other cash-out option like PayPal or gift cards.

When I’ve signed up with Enjeo and provided one of my email addresses, no confirmation email was sent. It was a bit strange, as asking for email verification is a very common practice and required for GDPR compliance and other regulations.

After signing up you’ll be taken to Enjeo Dashboard. In the bottom right part of the screen, you’ll find a “Featured Product” section with your affiliate link to Roadside Assistance Mini Plan. Click on this link and continue to step two.

Step 2 – Sign Up For A Mini Plan

Clicking on the affiliate link will take you to one of the third-party websites. In my case, it was the website.

Here you should sign up with a different email address. This way the system would think it’s not the same person who signed up with Enjeo in Step 1. You can use any fake name you want. The idea is that Enjeo will count this as a product sale and you will be credited $10 for signing up a new Customer (or Prospect as they call it in their documents). Another $10 will be added for a new affiliate referral (yourself).

Now you should buy a mini road assistance plan and pay $1 with a credit card. The plan will charge you $1 every week if you don’t cancel it.

I’ve signed up for this plan, using a different email address and a fake name of my cat. I used my Chase card because I believe that in case of fraud, Chase has a great customer service and would be able to protect me. You can also try using any prepaid card like Simple, Chime, Netspend or PayPal card. I was not required to provide the mail address or my car model.

You will be credited with an additional $1.25 for this product sale, making your total balance $21.25.

Does it sound strange that you have to use two different email addresses to get paid? Is it considered valid? Good question.

One of my Facebook friends called Enjeo customer service to help her understand how to get the initial $21.25 reward. She told me that the representative was super friendly and explained to her how to use the second email address for road assistance sign up, so it will be considered as a new customer referral.

Great that the rep was so nice, BUT does it make sense that any company’s rep explains to you how to abuse his own company? In fact, by using this different email you refer yourself and this should be prohibited by any legitimate company. Why would Enjeo pay you for this? Are they that desperate to get your credit card information or just want to grow as fast as possible and are ready to pay for it? Frankly, I don’t have the answer.

Step 3 – Get Paid

If you completed the first two steps as described, you can expect to see a credit in your bank account in about 2 business days. At first, it will show up as a pending transaction. It should clear in a day or so.

Here is my payment proof from my bank statement: payment proof

Once your payment is cleared, go back to the road assistance site. Switch the button of the mini-program to “Off” if you don’t want to keep the product and be charged weekly. Also, remove your credit card from the record (click on Edit and Delete).

Set up some alerts to check your credit card transactions in the upcoming weeks to be sure you are not charged anymore. Digital Products

The digital products offered by Enjeo include several subscriptions provided by third-party websites, like,,,,, and more.

All of them belong to the same group, Score Crash (alternative name Norscore Inc). I’m not sure if the same group owns, but it’s possible, considering that Enjeo’s Terms and Conditions document is written in the same language as the ToS on these sites.

Road Assistance Plans

Mini Road Assistance Plan includes 24/7 roadside towing (up to 5 miles only!), fuel delivery if you run out of gas, jump start for the engine, vehicle lockout, and flat tire change. All this is limited to 1 case per year and costs $1 per week ($52 per year). Your affiliate commission can be up to $1.25 (not clear under what conditions it can be less than that).

Ultimate Road Assistance plan covers up to 3 claims per year and costs $9.95 per month (about $120per year). If you sell this plan as an affiliate, your commission would be $20 one-time after 2 billing cycles.

I know that my regular car insurance from Geico includes road assistance as part of the policy. Probably some people are not aware of it and buy separate plans.

Realty Listing Mini Plan

This plan is supposed to provide the customer with tools to find real estate listings, promising to keep the records current and updated better than other sites.

The same cost of $1 weekly, same up to $1.25 commission to the affiliate.

I can’t find anything on the website to convince me that the data would be better than the free listings available on Zillow or Trulia sites.

Public Records Mini Plan

This mini-plan is supposed to provide you up to 10 public record reports per week in case you need to check someone’s background before meeting or hiring a new person.

The price is $1 per week as well and the affiliate commission up to $1.25.

Credit Monitoring Mini Plan

Credit Monitoring service offers to monitor one credit profile and send alert notifications for activities like new credit inquiry, account closure, exceeding the credit limit, etc.

Same $1 cost and up to $1.25 commission again.

Additional Programs Coming Soon

There are more programs expected to open: Identity protection and plans for small businesses.

Common Customer Complaints

As I couldn’t see why the digital products offered by Enjeo could be attractive, I decided to look for customer reviews and complaints on the third-party companies that manage the subscriptions.

The findings are mostly negative and disappointing.

All the websites mentioned above belong to Score Crash group (alternative name Norscore Inc) from New Hampshire. This group has a long history of complaints about unauthorized charges to people’s credit cards, mostly dated 2015-2018.

Here are some examples:

customer complaints

unauthorized charges


Some of the customers mentioned that their credit card information was passed to additional scammers who charged the accounts several times per day.

Score Crash (Norscore) group’s BBB accreditation was revoked by the Better Business Bureau on 08/29/2019 due to a failure to eliminate the reason for numerous complaints. Look at the Score Crash BBB page to learn more.

Here is a summary from BBB:

Customer complaints from BBB

We all know that people can file complaints with or without a real reason. When the product is a subscription and offers a trial period, many folks forget to cancel on time and discover the charges, later on, feeling cheated. I can understand that.

However, I also believe that BBB is a trusted consumer organization that knows how to distinguish big issues from forgetful customers. Revoking the accreditation was probably for a good enough reason. Pros And Cons

What I like About Enjeo

#1 It’s free to join the affiliate program, at least for now.

#2 You get the first payment to your bank account in a couple of business days.

#3 Taking the word of my friend, Enjeo’s customer service is easily available and helpful. It can be reached via phone (call (833)-678-8770 Monday – Friday 9 am-6 pm).

#4 Current Affiliate program bonuses are very generous.

What I Don’t Like About Enjeo

There are some things I don’t like and find quite suspicious.

#1 Not enough information about the company is publicly available. I’d like to know the people behind this website, as the owners and CEO. I would check their business records to see if there are any successful or shady companies in their resume.

#2 You cannot see the products before signing up with Enjeo.

#3 No email confirmation is required to verify the signup. It means that someone can use your email and you wouldn’t know it. This is against the latest regulations.

#4 The support team is willing to help you to refer yourself, which is usually a violation of terms at other companies.

#5 The digital products are offered by third parties with a bad reputation (if we assume that Enjeo is not part of the same group as well).

#6 The products are not unique and some of them can be found on the web for free. There is no full policy you can read before signing up for any of these subscriptions. In my opinion, none of these products is needed.

#7 The main focus of the website is referrals and not real products. I don’t believe many members will make substantial money from selling the subscriptions. It’s all about referring new people to the system.

From my experience, this usually happens in pyramid schemes. Some of them succeed to survive for a long time (for example, see myEcon review here) using digital products as a disguise of their real nature. By the way, myEcon offers very similar things – road assistance, credit monitoring and repair, identity protection, etc.

How Makes Money?

A good question that I can’t answer yet. The only thing I can think about now is that Enjeo will profit from the customers who pay for the subscriptions, either because they find something helpful in them or because they forget to cancel.

The lack of an understandable and sustainable business model is one of my major concerns about Enjeo.

Is Enjeo A Scam Or Legit?

Well, it depends on your definition of what a scam is.

Many people are going to ask me “How can it be a scam? I got my first $20 as promised”. This is not a scam of the same type as RainMoney or KashTree that never pays anyone. It’s more like a pyramid scheme where the first joiners get paid to create a reputation for real business. Remember the big hype around Workmines several months ago? It paid at the beginning till its sudden shutdown.

The point is that to survive, any business needs to provide a real product or service that people need and is worth the money. This is not the case with the bunch of generic subscriptions offered by Enjeo. They are not unique and don’t create real value for money.

Final Thoughts On

My personal opinion about is not too favorable. It may pay in the beginning, to attract more affiliates as they will be able to see payment proof at first. Later on, the company might change the business model and try to charge for some type of membership.

I would not be surprised to hear more complaints about unauthorized charges on customers’ credit cards. The payments to the affiliates may be delayed or frozen.

Don’t put too much hope in this platform, beyond making the first $20.25, if you are not into actively finding more people to do the same.

It’s up to you to decide. If you want to try – click here to sign up with Enjeo and make $20.25 today.

Don’t forget to follow the rules I mentioned above.

What To Do If You Already Joined?

If you already joined Enjeo but feel suspicious about it now, you should try to protect yourself:

1. Remove your credit card from the websites that run the offers, like mini road assistance, etc. Take screenshots of your request to remove the data

2. Call your credit card company and ask to block charges from any of these companies.

3. Closely monitor your credit card and bank account for any unknown charges. If you see any, contact your bank or credit card company immediately and file a fraud complaint.


Please share your comments and experiences in the comments. I’ll be happy to help.

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Additional Ways To Make Money Online

I understand why you are looking for an easy way to make some extra income online. Everyone would like to earn money from home. If you want to get paid for completing offers and referring people, you can try Swagbucks and Inboxdollars.

Get Paid For Testing Apps From The App Store

If you are a US resident and iPhone user, you can make money for downloading and testing apps.

It’s very easy and pays to PayPal or with Amazon Gift card.

The app is called iMoney and you can read my full review and user guide here.

Online Surveys

One of the easiest ways to start is online surveys sites. They are not going to make you thousands of dollars but can help with some bills. Here is a detailed post with the best sites and tips on how to make the most of them. Most of these sites aim at the US audience though.

How To Earn Money With Online Survey Sites

One of my favorites is PaidViewpoint that never disqualifies you and always pays for your time.


Get Paid For Watching Interactive Ads

The only app that currently is focused on watching video clips and really pays is Zynn. It’s a new app (from April 2020). It pays a $1 sign up bonus. Easy money for watching video clips, similar to Tik Tok. Zynn pays to PayPal immediately. Works in the US and Canada only. (>>Zynn full review).

I recently started using Dabbl – a small app that pays you for watching the fun and interactive ads from brands that you might be interested to discover.

They also have some surveys and partner’s offers. My average reward from Dabbl is $5 per week.

They pay with gift cards, like Amazon Gift Cards and many others, starting from a minimum of $5.

Make Money From Any Receipt

If you live in the US, you can easily make money from ANY receipt with the CoinOut app.

It offers additional opportunities to earn as well, like partners sign-ups, sweepstakes, trivia and more

Read the full CoinOut review here.

Get Free Stuff From Amazon

Again, for the US residents only. You can just get FREE stuff from Amazon. It’s almost like making money, right?

Read this RebateKey Review to learn how.

Build Your Own Online Business

If you are ready to invest a lot of your time and build your own sustainable online business, I recommend you start with reading the following posts:

How To Start A Business At Home On The Tiny Budget

How To Learn Affiliate Marketing Online For Free

How to Start a Business When Working Full Time?


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25 thoughts on “Is A Scam Or Legit? Enjeo Review – Can You Really Make Money?

  • April 17, 2021 at 1:08 pm

    I don’t know if you still keep up with this or not, but I just finally sat down to try to understand how the “new” Enjeo works. I used to make a KILLING on Freester Cash for reviews! I knew the system, kept my various bank accounts funded (because you had to use a card for each review, so instead of opening tons of CCs that impact your credit score, I opened a ton of checking accounts and got debit cards) and it rb took me an hour a week to move money between all of my accounts to “smooth them out.” At my peak, I had easily 100+ checking accounts (time consuming to initially open, but worth it in the long run) and was profitting $5K/mo (actual profit, not just them paying me back my initial $1). This insane income lasted about 4 or 5 months before the change. Prior to that I was probably around $2-$3K/mo….still very nice!

    I was sad to see their system change. I received a call from an associate in response to one of my questions to them. He explained a lot of what you said above, but I just never sat down to try to learn it. I was still making money from the old system, so didn’t really bother. Well, now my debit cards from those banks are expiring and they are sending me new cards. I can’t update the card on the old system (, so the income is just dropping. I imagine it is still around $1K/mo, but really want to get it back up to where it was. I still have all of the bank accounts and debit cards (though many of the new ones I have not activated yet, as their sole purpose was for this and nothing else.)

    I don’t actually USE any of their “services”, so if I sign u for $1/wk, thats fine as long as the referring account is actually paid $1+xxcents (anything is fine….you are really doing nothing.) What I don’t want to happen is I sign up for a lot of them, not actually paid the commission and basically just losing money each month. Hahaha, thats the opposite of what I am looking to achieve.

    Basically, if anybody has had good success with the new system, I would love to talk to you. Feel free to email me at sbrodeen@ (no space after the @.)

    I am about to try, but it will be very difficult to tell if its working correctly due to the old system still paying me. I get deposits from Enjeo almost every day, they vary from $18-$400+


    • April 18, 2021 at 3:34 pm

      I’m glad you make money out of this!
      Thank you for sharing

    • April 19, 2021 at 1:08 pm

      Hi Scott,

      I’m right there with you on your thoughts w/ Enjeo. I spent hundreds of hours until I learned how to push that green button back on.

      To date, I’m almost at 20k and can assist you. It’s a 30 day program – training, and it’s worth my fee – to get you back on top.

      Retired educator with teaching credentials – proof and Enjeo earnings proof.

  • January 4, 2020 at 12:09 am

    Enjeo is the new freester but it took these 3rd party companies a few months to form enjeo. Freester was better it was around for over 5 years. Folks made a easy killing on freester. My sponsor was making $1000 a month profit. The thing that killed it was mass marketed over YouTube and freester couldn’t afford to pay everyone. This will happen to enjeo as well if it becomes to saturated and they actually state in the back office not to mass affiliate market this for the integrity of the program.

  • January 2, 2020 at 7:46 pm

    Enjeo is basically the new freester. It was a company that let you do reverse phone lookups for money. You payed $1 and they gave you back $1.15 to $1.25. The same third party companies were behind this. I got in at the end of freester in February. In March it changed to these third party product tester and now its enjeo. I’ve been getting paid since freester with no flaws. It takes a lot to make out ok. I get about %20 back on my investment so if you have $1000 usd takin from your accounts you will make $200 that month. It’s been way more legit than the crypto hyips. But the only thing that worries me is how they tax you and it’s that time now. You fill out a w9 and they send you a 1099 at tax time. If anyone has info on that please respond.

    • January 2, 2020 at 10:36 pm

      Hi Mark,
      Thank you for your inputs, it’s interesting.
      Regarding taxes, if you get 1099, you just add it to your income when filing taxes. Shouldn’t be complicated.


      • January 29, 2020 at 11:28 pm

        im thinking mark is concerned about the amount of tax he’s gonna have to pay off the 1099-at least thatd be what concerned me. Especially if he didnt keep write off records etc

        • February 3, 2020 at 4:41 pm

          You have to pay taxes on any income, even if you don’t get 1099. Better have income and pay taxes than not having anything, right?

    • April 2, 2020 at 8:48 am

      Mark, as an affiliate of Enjeo, you are considered self-employed, thus, taxes are not taken out of your earnings unlike an employee that has a w-2. The w-4 simply registers you as a 1099 self-employed earner. The basic understanding is that you will have to report your expenses; for example, every $1 that you are charged is an expense, In your example, $1000 paid and $200 earned = $1200 gross earnings so you would report $1000 as an expense to offset your income and tax liability. There are other expenses that may be “written off” as an expense to further offset your tax liability. There is a plethora of informational websites including YouTube videos to better explain in detail. There is a HUGE advantage being self-employed versus an employee when it comes to tax liability, so don’t think otherwise. Good luck and enjoy being “on the other side”! Johnny

  • November 1, 2019 at 4:16 am

    I was referred to this page by one of my downlines who was worried about his card details online, well everything you’ve said is cool but I’ll love to affirm that Enjeo is NOT SCAM. Personally I’ve earned over $400 from Enjeo within a week, the only problem I can see is that some people complaining of being debited, I believe their card details were stolen by someone else to Reg on those mini assistant sites, not that they themselves registered and subsequently kept losing money…….well, I’ve been in the system for a week now and made quite enough and it’s working well for me. Thanks for this review……#Birdman.

    • November 1, 2019 at 8:01 am

      Hi Birdman,
      I hope it will keep working for you without issues.
      However, I do believe that folks registered by themselves and either forgot or couldn’t stop the charges easily.
      We’ll see if a new wave of similar claims will come up after Enjeo brought thousands of new people into this system.

  • October 31, 2019 at 11:50 am

    I m from india is that possible for me to make money from
    1. Enjeo
    2. Onlime survays

  • October 30, 2019 at 12:29 pm

    Hello mary, i really enjoyed reading this article, i would love to ask, is it advisable to remove my card details before i get the 21dollars or i could wait till 2 business days?

    • October 31, 2019 at 3:55 pm

      Hi Stephanie,
      I would wait till I got the money in my account

  • October 30, 2019 at 10:26 am

    I participated in the Enjeo program after reading your in-depth research and review and I have confirmed the fact that Enjeo IS PAYING and LEGIT.

    They paid me $21 commission and $10 for active AFFILIATE I referred to the program through my personal referrals link. They send the money within 2 – 3 business days through direct deposit to my ACH USD Payoneer account.

    It’s awesome but the third-party site (3gldsr) with my bank information makes me scared but I faked the information though. I have nothing to worry about.

    • October 31, 2019 at 3:54 pm

      I’m glad you got your money and didn’t give your personal information out.
      We’ll see how this develops.

  • October 30, 2019 at 8:09 am

    Hello! Please may I know how and where do I go to delete and remove my card details. So the don’t do an automatic charge on me. As for now am yet to receive the commission the claim to give out. So I want to know where is the exact place to remove my card details. Cos I can’t find it.

    • October 30, 2019 at 8:40 am

      Hi David,
      From my experience, the commission is sent in 2 business days. Then it should show up as pending in your bank account.
      If more than 2-3 business days passed, call Enjeo Customer support at (833)502-5175.
      To remove your credit card, go to the exact website where you signed up for the mini road assistance plan. Log in and go to see your active plans.
      There should be several tabs in the menu, one of them has your credit card details.
      I can’t find it for myself now, as my plan is not active anymore.
      Another option is to call the support number on the road assistance site as well and ask them. My friend did this and said they were friendly.

      Hope this helps

  • October 29, 2019 at 11:31 am

    Hello, great piece you have there. I want to confirm something about Enjeo, i just registered yesterday and referred 2 people, I’m having $40+ in my account presently. How much will they pay me, $20 or the whole $40….and when? Thanks.

    • October 29, 2019 at 6:08 pm

      They will pay you $40, in a day or two. Check for pending transactions in your bank account.

  • October 26, 2019 at 11:37 pm

    Hi Mary, I would just like to say this was a great read. Very well written. I feel I know everything I need to know about ENJEO. It was very well organized easy to follow, and you even gave some legitimate money making sites at the end. As you can probably tell I’m new at this only about a week. I’m glad I read this, I can see how a well written Blog should look like.
    Be well,

    • October 27, 2019 at 10:41 am

      Hi Joe,
      Thank you for the comment. I’m glad you find this post helpful.

  • October 26, 2019 at 10:56 pm

    Good job with this article. I was reading it wondering if you would have good integrity or not. I was thinking to myself “how can this person recommend a “get easy money scheme”? 

    Imagine if 1 million people got paid 20 dollars. That’s 20 millions dollars. Who has that kind of budget to pay people for just watching ads of stuff nobody wants anyway. 

    That’s just my opinion Like you said, integrity is foundation in success and investing your time and energy in pyramid schemes is not wise. 

    Thanks for this great article, and for being honest. 

    • October 27, 2019 at 10:38 am

      Hi Jake, 

      I’m with you about integrity. Too many people refuse to see any flaws in websites that paid them. The greed is stronger than common sense. They care only about themselves and not anyone else who is pulled in after them. 

      Enjeo is not about watching ads, by the way. It pays about $30 to acquire each affiliate and I don’t see what exactly they get back. So I can’t believe it will last long in the current way of operation. We’ll see what’s next in their plan.



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