Is Midjobs A Scam Or Legit? Midjobs Review 2020

Would you like to get paid for watching video? Probably, everyone can find a few minutes a day to watch short video clips if a legitimate website is ready to pay for it. This is exactly what Midjobs promises to do!

How I came to know about the midjobs.com website? One of the readers of my blog left me a comment under the post I wrote last year about Workmines. The reader suggested that Midjobs looks similar and asked me to check it out. So here I am, researching whether Midjobs is a legit work from home job. I’m always curious but cautious about such opportunities, so I had to dig dip into it.

In this Midjobs review, I’m going to share my findings and honest opinion with you. Is Midjobs a scam or a legit way to make money from watching video?

Let’s find out!

First of all, let’s check the information available on the company’s website (midjobs.com).

After that, I’ll show you my own analysis and the final opinion about Midjobs.

Spoiler: there are many question marks about this business.

Midjobs review

Note: the content of this post is my personal opinion based on the analysis of the materials on the company’s website.

What Is Midjobs?

Midjobs calls itself an online video content portal. It promises to provide Advertisers with a centralized platform where users can interact with their brands in Audio, Video and Text formats. In other words, Midjobs drives viewers to video ads and social media accounts.

The advertisers are supposed to pay Midjobs for the views of their content. 

Midjobs members get paid for doing activities like paid video, surveys, Facebook reviews, Mobile Apps reviews and more. The company says that an average member spends 2-4 hours daily and makes  $100-$287 weekly. 

Midjobs brings the advertisers and the audience to its platform and earns the fee for connecting the two sides. Sounds like a legitimate intermediary business, right?

Who Is The Owner Of Midjobs? 

According to the company’s website, Midjobss started its operations in 2015 in Slovenia. It recently expanded to the Middle East and Asia seeking a wider market.

There are no names of the founders or executives mentioned on the website.

How Many Members Does Midjobs have?

Here are some stats as published on Midjobs.com on 4/30/2020:

– 4,805,900 Total Members

– $12,474,236 Earnings by members

There is no way to verify the accuracy of this data.  The average per member comes as $2.6 only. It sounds low, compared to promised $100-$250 per week. Maybe most of the members are new? But it’s strange if the company really operates since 2015. Is there is an obstacle preventing the members to earn as promised? We’ll get to it later.

How Does Midjobs Make Money?

Midjobs states that it pays from $0.2 to $0.6 per video watched. I assume that it should charge the advertisers more and earn the difference. 

As a side remark: there are plenty of companies that sell Facebook likes for less than $0.05. Normal pay for watching videos is about $0.01 or less per video. (For example, you can get paid for watching video on Swagbucks). Compared to these much lower prices in the industry, Midjobs offer looks detached from reality, as it doesn’t add any unique value like advanced targeting filters or other features. 

In addition, Midjobs charges membership fees for the premium plans, which vary by the daily limit of paid videos the member is allowed to watch and by the potential referral income.

Here is the summary of the available plans:

Midjobs plans

Midjobs premium plans

You can see that you will need about a month’s value of maximum earnings to cover the yearly cost of any plan. 

Compare it to the plans that Workmines had a year ago:

workmines membership plans table

Do you see how similar the plans’ structure is between Midjobs and Workmines?

How Does Midjobs Work?

Sign Up with Midjobs

You have to be at least 18 years old to participate.

First of all, you’ll need to sign up and create an account. The mandatory information you’ll be asked to provide includes your email address and the phone number. There is an option to sign up using your Facebook account as well.

By signing up you accept the Midjobs Terms of Service (see more details on them below).

I used my “secret agent” email address and a fake phone number for signup as I don’t want my real information to be exposed. 

Here is how the website looks like after you log in:

Midjobs member screen

How To Make Money With Midjobs?

The members are promised to get paid from $0.2 (first 3 tiers of paid plans) to $0.6 (the highest tier) for every video they watch on the platform. You should be able to watch a certain daily amount of videos, according to your membership plan.

Free members get $0.15 per video. If you don’t upgrade, you lose your earnings. 

In addition, Midjobs offers a generous referral program. You will get a commission for every new user brought on board through your referral link. The commission is $0.05 for any referral’s activity (watching video, likes and tweets) once the referral upgrades to a paid plan.

The third option to earn more is to become a country representative and be involves in other members’ transactions, helping to fund their new accounts and selling vouchers. 

How To Get Paid By Midjobs?

To get paid, your account’s main balance should reach $20.

The primary suggested ways to receive the payment are Perfect Money, Payeer & Bitcoins. 

As of now, PayPal or Western Union are not supported. I think, these companies are more selective in approving customers.

Midjobs Business Model Analysis

If Midjobs was always free for the users who watch the video content (not for the advertisers, of course), I’d say it’s a nice opportunity to earn extra income by watching videos.

Unfortunately, this is not the case. You only can use the site for 10 days before being asked to upgrade to one of the premium plans. After 10 days you must pay to get paid for watching videos. The more expensive membership you buy, the more money you are allowed to earn from the videos and referrals.

Personally, I dislike the concept. It sounds like paying your employer to keep the job. One may argue that Midjobs is not an employer, but kind of a business where you are required to invest in order to make money. I disagree. There is no business to develop here, except watching the clips and maybe referring other people.

Related post:

How To Make Money Online From Africa and Asia [Legitimate Ways Only]

The Reasons Why Midjobs Looks Like A Scam

There are many characteristics that can help you to decide if the “work from home” offer is legitimate or a scam. You can read my detailed post about it here:

Seven Ways To Avoid Work From Home Online Scams

More than that, Midjobs looks very similar to Workmines.com which was very popular around April-May 2019 and was shut down in June, leaving thousands of members looking for their money. I think the same team of scammers is behind this new site, Midjobs.

Check out my posts about Workmines below (and especially the comments to them):

Is Workmines A Scam Or Legit? Workmines Review 2019

What Happened To Workmines? Was It Shut Down?

Here are the reasons why, in my opinion, Midjobs is a scam.

Midjobs looks like a Pyramid Scheme

Pyramid scheme chart

Midjobs membership plans are gradual upsales luring you to pay more in order to get higher payments from referrals and more available videos to watch.

To make the average, per Midjobs site, of $100-$250 per week, you need either to upgrade to the highest tier plans or recruit many new members who must upgrade as well.

Relying on referral fees as the main component of your income is a major pyramid scheme characteristic.

In the FAQ section, the company provides a sample of average earnings of members with 40 referrals. It’s quite a lot to expect from a regular person, who is not into sales business.

You cannot get paid as a Free Member

As a free 10-day trial member you can make the maximum of $9 (6 videos per day x 10 days x $0.15) and you wouldn’t get paid for the referrals. With the minimum payment threshold set at $20, it means that you WILL NOT get paid anything as long as you are a free member. You’ll have to pay at least $45 for the Basic Worker Plan to become eligible for any payout.

By the company’s rules, you cannot use the earnings balance to pay for the upgrade. Is it because the balance is not real money and Midjobs just want you to pay the real money TO them?

I’ll say it again to make sure it’s clear – you’ll have to make a payment TO Midjobs before any attempt to get paid by them.

Midjobs looks like a Ponzi Scheme

This business model gives me a clue that Midjobs is not only a pyramid but also a Ponzi scheme.

In short, it means that the money paid by the new members is used for the payouts to the early joiners. This way the owners can keep the scheme operating for a while without any members screaming that they don’t get the money earned.

Getting the first payments convinces the first members that this is a legitimate business, so they are eager to upgrade and bring more referrals.

More money flows into the system and it keeps growing, until one day the owners disappear with the rest of the money, as it happened with Workmines about a year ago.

Midjobs Terms of Service

I want to mention several sections from Midjobs ToS. They clearly speak for themselves.

No Refund Policy

Section XXII in Terms of Service clearly states that there is NO refund policy whatsoever. By making a purchase you confirm that you understand and accept this policy.

No Refund policy of Midjobs

You’ve got the clue, right?

There would be no point to complain – the company has covered itself with this policy.

Membership Cancellation

According to section IX, Midjobs has the right to cancel your membership “for any reason”, at its own discretion.

Imagine the situation: you have paid for the membership, watched hours of videos, slowly accumulated a material balance in your Midjobs account, requested a payment and….

.. suddenly your account was closed and the payment never arrived.

What a bummer!

The Midjobs Owners Are Hiding

There are no names on the Midjobs website. The owners clearly don’t want to be exposed. There is no phone number either.

Legitimate sites are happy to tell their story, share the names and experiences of the key people in the company.

I tried searching on Linkedin as well, but nothing comes up. It’s suspicious that no company employee is registered on Linkedin. The name Midjobs is not on Linkedin at all. How is it possible for a company that exists since 2015? 

There are no business articles coming up on Google search for the company name as well. 

The office address given on Midjobs.com is 12, Majorja Lavriča ulica. 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia.

On Google maps, it looks like a small building in the industrial zone. There are dental spa and beauty salon, car rental, a textile company, and other businesses at this address. Nothing that resembles a big online company. 

I doubt this company really exists. The domain midjobs.com was indeed created in 2015, but it could be just sold later to the scammers and used for this scheme. 

There Are No Advertisers

Who are the key advertisers? There are no stories from the clients showcasing the boost they got by using Midjobs services.

When I log into my account, all the videos I have available to watch are old (like 2011-2014) movie trailers on YouTube. They are available to the broad public. Who would pay for watching them? 

I doubt there are any advertisers paying Midjobs for any services. 

There Are No Testimonials

There are no members testimonials. Well, even if the scammers made an effort to post some, they would probably be fake. 

If you look in the Payment proof section on the website’s bottom menu, you’ll see the list of payments (let’s believe they are real) mostly to the Philippines, South Africa, United Arab Emirates and Indonesia with single records of other countries here and there.

Are there real people making money from watching videos on Midjobs?

No way to know.

Payment Options Are Not Convenient

There are no popular payout options like PayPal, Amazon Gift Cards, Checks or Direct Deposits. You’ll have to open an account with one of the other providers to request a payment.

Does it mean that the best payment processors or gift card providers don’t agree to work with Midjobs?

The Website Is Not Professional Enough

The website is not professional enough. Many pages suffer from incorrect English spelling and grammar.

There are no sample videos or tutorials. 

The Contact Information Is Not Sufficient

Customer support can be reached by email only. Let’s say you sent several emails but your support requests are ignored.

How are you going to complain? There is no phone number, no office address.

Are you going to fly to Slovenia to fight for your money?

Final Thoughts – Is Midjobs a scam?

In my opinion, Midjobs has too many signs of being more of a pyramid scheme than a real company with serious earnings potential for its members. Its resemblance to Workmines is alarming, to say the least. 

When I review a company, I usually prefer to try its service to get firsthand information. In this case, I was not comfortable spending my money on upgrade and I’m not going to recommend this site to anyone. 

Especially, I don’t recommend becoming a country representative, as you can be held legally responsible for fraud when the site is shut down and members look at ways to recover their money. 

Now it’s up to you if you still want to give it a try. If not, I have some other offers for you from proven legitimate businesses.

***UPDATE – 5/26/2020*** Midjobs shut down? 

I’m sorry to say “I told you”…

As of today, it looks like Midjobs site is not responding. The last payment the members expected to get was not sent out. 

Guys, I hope you will take it as a lesson for the future. 

Better Ways To Make Money Online

I totally 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 really want to get paid for watching videos, you can try Swagbucks and Inboxdollars. However, don’t expect to be paid $0.4 for each clip. The rewards are much lower, but at least they are real and not a scam. Both these sites offer plenty of ways to make money from surveys, reading emails and much more. Both pay the members for years. I make more than $100 per month from Swagbucks alone.

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 $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).

Make Money Online From Anywhere In The World

Most popular money making websites only accept members from the US, Canada, UK, Australia and other developed countries. What can the residents of other countries, like South Africa, Kenya, Vietnam, Taiwan, Philippines, Zambia or UAE, do to make extra income online?

I was asked about it so many times, that I’ve started a list of legitimate websites that accept international members. In addition, I’m thinking about gigs that can be done without any dependence on location, if you have the right set of skills and internet connection.

I’m still working on the expanded list, but you can read the first version here:

How To Make Money Online From Africa and Asia [Legitimate Ways Only]

Get Paid For Watching Interactive Ads

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.

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 rich 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

Make Money From Any Receipt

If you live in the US, you can easily make money from ANY receipt with 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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80 thoughts on “Is Midjobs A Scam Or Legit? Midjobs Review 2020

  • May 29, 2020 at 9:32 am
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    Hi mary, you are true.. midjobs is already a scam… many member had lost their money..

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    • May 29, 2020 at 9:49 am
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      Hi Dave,
      You are right. Many people have reported this in the last 3 days.
      It always ends like this.
      Mary

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  • May 28, 2020 at 10:23 am
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    Dears, heartiest greetings to you all. I am Sushanta Chakma from Bangladesh. I am a worker at midjob and many of us here in Bangladesh have already invested big amount at midjob. But suddenly it cannot be accessed. So we all are very worried for it. Through my this messag, I want to know whether the midjobs will be run again or not. Please, can anyone of you inform me something about midjob if you know, and I will be very happy.

    Thanks.

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    • May 28, 2020 at 11:35 am
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      Hi Sushanta,
      If you read this post, you understand that Midjobs is a scam. It was built to steal people’s money.
      Sorry, but there is no real chance you can get your money back.
      Mary

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  • May 27, 2020 at 9:49 pm
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    Midjobs is down now Mary! Many people are victims here in the Philippines.

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    • May 28, 2020 at 11:33 am
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      Hi Ben,
      I know, many people came to this post and reported Midjobs shut down.
      Mary

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  • May 26, 2020 at 3:55 am
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    why midjob is not responding?

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    • May 26, 2020 at 12:26 pm
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      I’m afraid because it’s a scam that was shut down.
      Mary

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      • May 26, 2020 at 9:48 pm
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        salut marie merci pour les conseils nourris.STP qu’en est il de COINPROS qui offre aussi des videos payantes comme MIDJOBS? Sinon j’en fait partir des victimes de MIDJOBS. Aussi si possible votre avis sur: WINTUB,HXOMONEY,STAR CLICK,PEYEBO,PETRO-CHINA…

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        • May 27, 2020 at 5:54 pm
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          Hi,
          CoinPros plans look very similar, indeed. Do you know how long they are already running?
          Can’t promise you to review all the sites you mentioned, as I’m quite busy these crazy days locked at home with 3 kids.
          Mary

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  • May 26, 2020 at 12:15 am
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    hi, midjobs already shut down…

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    • May 26, 2020 at 12:21 pm
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      Yea, I’m getting comments on this today.
      I hope you are not one of the victims.
      Mary

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  • May 24, 2020 at 9:59 am
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    Why did you delete my comments about Midjobs? I just shared my honest review about the company which was based on my experienced.

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    • May 24, 2020 at 11:06 am
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      I didn’t delete it. Just approved. It takes some time, as I’m not near the computer 24/7.
      Mary

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    • May 26, 2020 at 12:23 am
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      midjobs.com is “shutdown”… Mary is right !!!.. do not involved on any investment when you don’t have the right to control even on the slightest command…. Thanks Mary….. I am also a victim of midjobs… i invested around 1,200 USD… i only managed to get the first payout of roughly 105USD only before it shits-down on May 26, 2020 which is today… again…!!!… Thank You Mary, and all of us who are victims of midjobs, let’s move forward and learn… That’s how it should be !!…

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      • May 26, 2020 at 12:23 pm
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        Oh, I’m so sad about your loss.
        Next time you see something like this, please, let me know.
        Unfortunately, these scams are “rinse and repeat”. They will create another site in no time.
        I’m trying to educate people.
        Mary

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      • May 28, 2020 at 10:45 am
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        Hello
        I am also victim of midjobs.

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        • May 28, 2020 at 11:36 am
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          I’m sorry it happened to you.
          Try to find some legit source of income, though it’s hard to do in your country.
          Mary

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  • May 24, 2020 at 8:32 am
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    Hello, Can u make a review on Actur8.com
    its a survay paid site which requires upgrading too..
    Thanks

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    • May 24, 2020 at 11:11 am
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      Hi Richard,
      I think it’s a relatively new site, not too much information out there.
      As a side note, I don’t understand why survey site would require you to pay for participation.
      There are plenty of free sites.
      You can check my favorites here:
      How To Earn Money With Online Survey Sites in 2019

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      • May 26, 2020 at 2:31 am
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        Hello Mary
        I’m from Ghana. I have tried them through Swagbucks & Inboxdollors after sign up but they won’t allowed me to get paid to watch videos and so on… What’s wrong? Did they not support in my country?
        Can you please give a recommend legitimate site investment, get paid to watch a videos or watch ads and viewing PTC ads and so on if whether they accepted or supported in my country.
        Hope to hear from you very soon. Thanks.

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        • May 26, 2020 at 12:25 pm
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          Hi,
          It’s hard to find something easy like video that pays in your country.
          Real advertisers look for the audience that can buy from them and usually they target the US, UK and Canada.
          I would suggest you try to learn a profession that can be done remotely, like proofreading, virtual assistant etc.
          Read about it here:
          How To Make Money Online From Africa and Asia [Legitimate Ways Only]

          Reply
          • May 28, 2020 at 12:21 pm
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            Hi. I’m African from Benin
            I want to share my experience with you and also ask Mary a question. There is a Chinese platform who works to build a net in Africa called SAIRUI. I want to know if it’s a trusted business?

          • May 28, 2020 at 12:31 pm
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            Hi,
            It’s a first time I hear about it. What type of a net are they trying to build?
            What is their website?
            Mary

    • May 25, 2020 at 9:49 pm
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      Midjobs Members are now panicking because they cant contact the support team.. the cant view Jobs/videos that paid in the Midjobs Site. And Its there payday yesterday. Looks like same with workmines.

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      • May 25, 2020 at 10:18 pm
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        Oh, sounds like it happens a bit sooner than I expected.
        We’ll see in the next few days..
        Mary

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  • May 24, 2020 at 6:15 am
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    I am a member of Midjobs.com and as of the moment no issues or complaints against the company by any member. Regarding their contacts, all wearies and some complaints are managed accordingly. We are entertained by Midjobs support 24 hrs. One case happened to me when i made a mistake on withdrawing and depositing money on their platform, and they returned my money. In Midjobs even if you will not invite a new member you are still earning.

    As of now members reached 17Millions users.

    I just want to say that for every Investment there is always a risk (legit or not-legit). And we all know that every multi level marketing (MLM) company, and there are many out there, is runned through a scheme known to all, as PONZI and PYRAMIDING. Upper investors are always earned double depend on the referrals they have below them. They have also left and right to get pairing bonus. With this kind of scheme, if the people below them stops working, the company will eventually collapse.

    About Workmines, we are all aware that Workmines has only 38K members, and no testimonies of payout from users has recorded. And most of its reviews are negative telling that it is scam.

    No. 1 rule in investment is that, ” Invest what you can afford, and invest what you can afford to loose”.
    Thanks.

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    • May 24, 2020 at 11:05 am
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      Hi,
      Thanks for sharing your experience, but I disagree. There is no real evidence for 17 million users.
      There is no sustainable business model, except of getting membership fees and redistributing the money to early joiners.
      Talk to me 2-3 months from now.
      This is not an investment, it’s a scam.
      Mary

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      • May 26, 2020 at 5:21 pm
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        Three days before seeing your site I had already subscribed to the pack of Midjobs (basic). Unfortunately I could no longer withdraw my money I was hoping u less withdraw my money before they close the site but it was too lateMidjobs no longer passes. Thank you for everyone you saved 🔥❤️🔥

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          • May 27, 2020 at 10:25 am
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            Hi marry! I discovered a new website that to make money. Apparently I think it’s the same people who have anarch people on Midjobs. Their website looks like Midjobs’ website and the site is called ETHMARKET LLC

          • May 27, 2020 at 10:52 am
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            Hi!
            Websites are built from templates, so they can look similar and belong to different people.
            I looked at EthMarket and I think it is some sort of a scam, as I know that no one can promise 10% weekly profit.
            Mary

          • May 27, 2020 at 10:28 am
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            Start reporting them now before he faces victims again

          • May 27, 2020 at 11:13 am
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            Thank you for letting me know about them.
            I’ll see if I can write a post about it.
            Do you think many people join it?

          • May 27, 2020 at 12:27 pm
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            I have already informed my friends about this scam site. And after visiting the site it currently has 6611 members and at my I think that number will increase until they close it again.

          • May 27, 2020 at 1:04 pm
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            Frankly, I don’t believe any numbers they provide, so I can’t rely on this information.

          • May 27, 2020 at 4:46 pm
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            I’m in Africa and it’s a friend who put me into this Midjobs story and because of containment I committed myself without thinking too much because the savings I had made were decreasing since I could no longer manage I was thinking of at least increasing my savings

          • May 27, 2020 at 5:44 pm
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            Everybody makes mistakes.
            Hope you’ll find something better
            Mary

          • May 27, 2020 at 4:55 pm
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            I had to bring my safe friends into Midjobs but they benefited from my honesty because they also wanted to register and even pay more than myself but I told them to wait first and that if I got toto withdraw my pay they could now subscribe to their pack so they waited and they got lucky and they take it to tease me 😂😂😂😂 they make fun of me 🤣🤣🤣🤣

          • May 27, 2020 at 5:45 pm
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            What a story!
            At least something to remember from this sad event.

          • May 27, 2020 at 7:13 pm
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            OK thank you 👌🏽👌🏽👍🏽👍🏽😊😊It is thanks to your site mocashforyou.com that I arrived on WA. It’s me yao7 it’s my nickname otherwise my real name is yao Francis Timothy. Currently I use my phone to connect gold on WA it’s used a computer that is better I don’t have a computer at the moment. I will first work naturally as I usually do to buy me a computer🔥🔥

          • May 27, 2020 at 9:42 pm
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            Oh, great!
            I hope you will enjoy WA as I do. This site was created and still hosted by WA.
            Probably you will need a real computer to complete all the parts of the training on WA.
            But you sure can start just from learning all the free stuff they have to offer.
            You will meet so many talented and successful people there.
            Welcome!

          • May 27, 2020 at 7:18 pm
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            Thank you once again for your help 🔥🙏🔥 I wanted to ask you several things but next time 😉

          • May 27, 2020 at 9:42 pm
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            You can send me a PM on WA platform as well.
            Mary

  • May 22, 2020 at 2:22 am
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    Hi Mary,

    I’m leaving a comment because I can see you are so responsive to queries.

    Almost the whole side from my mother’s family has invested in this and it’s been extremely hard for me to change their minds about this. I feel I have the need to bring to their attention red flags because I am first and foremost a Google-certified digital marketing specialist so I understand that if you watch videos from Youtube and get paid, it is a blackhat strategy as Adsense policies make paying for views illegal and ban channels permanently from ever making money on Youtube. I keep trying to get sucked to this everyday but I am not one to get attracted to pyramid schemes because I understand making good, stable money requires effort and dedication other than risk.

    Second, I am very aware of scams given that I have been doing websites for quite a while now as well as online brand reputation. Legitimate businesses don’t hide from the spotlight if they are making money, especially if a business has been running for half a decade.

    I strongly suggest for people to look at their support subdomain, which is support.midjobs.com. This link should be of interest.

    The biggest red flags, of all the red flags for me, has to be the payouts in bitcoins. I have never seen in my whole career a business that pays someone exclusively in Bitcoin unless they are an operation where privacy is utmost importance or they are downright shady. Oftentimes, the reason is the latter.

    I want to let people know they 100% pay out. They most definitely will. It is enticing to join. But Mary is absolutely correct that it is almost impossible to know how this business would run. Given how much people have paid to sign up, it might run for a while but I highly doubt they’re gonna go out with a bang. It will most likely be like they are a fart in the wind.

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    • May 23, 2020 at 10:22 am
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      Hi Kristen!
      I deeply appreciate your taking time to share your insights!
      This site will pay for a while. Till that day when the members will try to log in and only find an error as the site will be just shut down. Wiped out with their balances. Exactly the same way as Workmines did last year.
      I’m sorry to hear you know many folks who put their money into it. You can send them the link to my review.
      Whoever wants to understand the risk, will read it and make more educated decisions.
      Others would attack you back and never listen till that X day.
      You can only bring the horse to water, you know.
      Let them learn by experience.
      Thank you for talking to me
      Mary

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  • May 22, 2020 at 1:37 am
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    I joined midjobs for 3 weeks now and so far, I have no complains. I tripled my upgrade post in 3 weeks by the help of my 2 referrals. but without referrals, I could still recover my upgrades cost in no time.

    We could not deny that nowadays, scammers were everywhere. And so, we should not trust anyone. But in this modern world, we need to take the risk. Even farmers take the risk of planting crops they were not sure to have a good market price in the time of harvest.

    My point here is, you know the High Risk of investing online. So, my advice is ONLY INVEST MONEY YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE. If you gain, well good for you but if you lose, well you know the risk.

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    • May 23, 2020 at 10:16 am
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      Hi Gilmore,
      I disagree, respectfully. There is a difference between educated risk and participating in the scam Ponzi scheme.
      As I said, first joiners usually get paid and make a profit. But many others who join later would not.
      Check out the Workmines case again.
      This is not an investment. It’s a bet in the unfair casino.
      And many people don’t understand the risk, they just listen to their lucky friends who joined early.
      Please rethink recommending this to others.
      Mary

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  • May 21, 2020 at 4:26 am
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    Hi Mary, any information concerning bitcoin code, thanks for the eye-opener findings

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    • May 21, 2020 at 12:02 pm
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      Hi Peter,
      Personally, I don’t like anything related to cryptocurrency.
      Most people who try to make money from it have no idea about it and how it’s mined.
      Too many scams are running in this domain.
      My advice is always this: do what you deeply understand and know all the risks.
      Mary

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  • May 20, 2020 at 3:51 am
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    hi mary your review make sense but my friends here in South Africa gets paid weekly and daily . i will give more feed back on how its going. i was skeptic but i saw live proof of them and it was 100% proof in day light when i saw a friends bank payout .

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    • May 20, 2020 at 10:00 am
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      Hi,
      If you read the review, you saw what I said: Midjobs will pay for a while. The payment proof must be in place to attract new joiners.
      As long as you are at the top of that pyramid, you get paid, maybe several times.

      People who will join in the next month or two would be the victims and will lose their money. People like you will lose their balance at the time of shut down.

      Mary

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  • May 19, 2020 at 3:00 pm
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    your presentation is good but midjobs really make good payment so far running well and we just need 3-4 week to return our investment that not bad after that we make profit for 11 month…i think no big rskk to make money with Midjobs..

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    • May 19, 2020 at 9:45 pm
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      Hi Demen,
      There is no way to know how long Midjobs will stay open. It can be weeks or months. I don’t think it will stay for 11 months.
      Willingness to take risks is individual and depends on how important is this money for you.
      The important point is to know your risk and to disclose it to anyone you try to bring to this platform.
      From there it will be their decision.
      Mary

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    • May 21, 2020 at 6:41 am
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      Thanks for the review. This helped me a lot as I was invited to join in, but after reading this, I won’t ever join.

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      • May 21, 2020 at 12:06 pm
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        Hi Tommy,
        I’m glad you took time to understand the risk.
        Mary

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  • May 18, 2020 at 9:22 pm
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    I am so glad to find this review. It makes sense! I was really skeptic at first and now was ready to hit the upgrade to VIP for this Midjobs but my skepticism made me hold back ‘til I found this review. You saved me Mary. Thank you!
    – Nassau, Bahamas

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    • May 19, 2020 at 8:34 am
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      Hi Nassau,
      I’m glad you find my review useful!
      You did the right thing when you searched for Midjob reviews before buying the membership.
      Mary

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    • May 19, 2020 at 9:21 am
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      Hi Nassau,
      I’m glad you find my review useful.
      You did the right thing by looking for Midjobs reviews before sending your money.
      I hope others will do the same.
      Mary

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  • May 18, 2020 at 2:23 pm
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    Hello, I’m from Philippines but I’m working here in Canada at the moment.. And I was planning to join midjobs but before that, I did search for it’s reviews if it’s legit or not and when I noticed this site it really helps me a lot to reconsider the risk… And thank you very much for that…

    Also I wanna ask If you have some recommendation of the good site for investment?

    Thanks…

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  • May 17, 2020 at 11:36 am
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    Yo estoy en MidJobs desde hace algunos meses, y no he tenido problemas en realidad. Mis pagos siempre llegan, obviamente ya estoy libre de riesgo pues ya mi inversión inicial la recuperé.

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    • May 18, 2020 at 10:05 am
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      Hi Gustavo,
      As I said, early joiners get their payments and make profits.
      You are not at the risk of losing your investment. But if you invite someone to join now, they can lose their money.
      And you can lose your balance any time.
      Just be safe and please don’t endanger others.
      Mary

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  • May 16, 2020 at 6:16 pm
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    Thanks! I was not sure it was legit. With your analysis you ensure me.

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    • May 16, 2020 at 9:08 pm
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      People should make decisions based on facts, not dreams.
      I’m glad you find my post useful
      Mary

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  • May 16, 2020 at 10:30 am
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    I am from the Philippines. Can you suggest other sites that are reliable?

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  • May 16, 2020 at 2:06 am
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    Hi Mary,
    Thanks for the review, and it takes me time to decide if I will going to invest in Midjobs or not. I’m not really sure how long it will operate. Can you help me what site is better to invest than Midjobs? I really need to earn money while at home. BTW I’m from Philippines.
    Keep Safe and Healthy!

    Sincerely,
    Jake

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  • May 15, 2020 at 12:02 pm
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    I was planning to invest on Midjobs after my trial period ends, being naive with how online scams operate. When the current global situation about the Covid-19, I’m sure I’m not the only one looking for ways to earn easy cash from the security of our homes.
    Your review makes a lot of sense. You made me feel a bit stupid after watching a few ads and seeing how much I thought I earned, but I you saved me from most probably a bigger headache.

    Reading those policies and looking for those little, but important details, definitely took time and effort. Just wanted to say thanks! Stay healthy and safe at home!

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    • May 15, 2020 at 3:06 pm
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      Hi Edge,
      You made my day! Happy to help.
      There are other sites that really pay for videos.
      Are you in the US or Canada?
      Mary

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  • May 9, 2020 at 1:16 pm
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    I am currently an “investor” for midjobs. I should get a return in my investment in a little more than 2 more weeks. I hope the website doesn’t shut down too soon after i get my investment back.

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    • May 15, 2020 at 11:23 am
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      Hi Nick,
      It’s hard to know how long it will stay up.
      My advice is to take out your money as soon as you can.
      Also, don’t recommend it to your friends without explaining the risks (or at all).
      Mary

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  • May 5, 2020 at 10:14 am
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    Kindly review Alliance Limited and Forrise. Thank you

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    • May 15, 2020 at 11:14 am
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      Hi!
      Thank you for visiting. I’ll see if these are something interesting to review.
      Do you use them? Suspect them to be scams?
      Mary

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  • May 3, 2020 at 5:04 pm
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    Mary, what do you think of the Coinpros.co.uk website?

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    • May 4, 2020 at 9:22 pm
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      Hi Boris,
      I never heard of Coinpros before. Is it a UK specific site?
      Mary

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    • May 14, 2020 at 11:00 pm
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      Coinpros est en maintenance, ce qui veut dire qu’on ne sait pas si c’est fermé temporairement ou pour toujours. Reste à voir …

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  • May 2, 2020 at 9:04 am
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    Hi Mary. How can I make contact with you.

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