The moment I saw the Best Cash Job website, I knew what I was looking at. Because I’ve seen this exact site many times before, except with different branding.
So I know that, while this may appear to be an “easy way to earn money”, it’s really just an easy way to get scammed.
I don’t expect you to take my word for it though.
Read on to see why I’m not a fan and to learn what this is really about…
What Is Best Cash Job?
Best Cash Job is a fake job website run by an anonymous person, or group of people.
It looks as if you’re getting a real home job, where you get paid to complete “simple tasks”. Once you get inside, you discover that the real method of making money is sharing your referral link with others.
Still… it’s an easy way to earn money, right?
I mean, they supposedly pay you $10 per link you share with your friends. Whether it be on chat forums or social media sites such as Facebook. All you need to do is convince someone to click on your link and the “payment” shows up in your account.
I clicked on my own referral link numerous times and here’s what I got:
Cool. I made $65 in less than a minute!
Except I didn’t. Because this is a big fat load of BS.
As someone who earn a full-time income online doing affiliate marketing, I can safely say this is 100% fake. Not one single legitimate company or website is paying you $10 to share you affiliate link in this way.
Especially when the quality of those clicks are not being verified. Low quality traffic is sold for cents and high quality traffic to any website can be bought for less than $1 per click. All day everyday.
This is simply not the reality of how online business (or home jobs) work.
The Ultimate Bait and Switch- Multiple Scam Sites
While researching the BestCashJob website, I discovered something very odd.
When I clicked on the ‘register’ link it didn’t take me to the bestcashjob.com members area. As you would expect to happen. No. It took me to another site called PayingJob.Online.
Which is essentially the same site, just slightly different.
I then refreshed the page and clicked on that link again, which took me to yet another site.
So I decided to run this test multiple times to see what I could find. In the process, I found FOUR new variations of this same site.
Here they are:
I haven’t reviewed these yet, but if I do I’ll be sure to update you here.
Anyways, here’s some screenshots to show you how similar these sites are:
These sites have only recently been launched, and they ALL offer the same thing.
I knew there were many versions of this scam running, some of which I’ve reviewed, but this is crazy. The rate at which these sites come and go make it nearly impossible for people to find reviews in time. And to make heads or tails about what’s going on.
And that’s the point.
Creating cookie cutter sites like this keeps the scam running. Once enough negative reviews and comments come through, they shut that site down and start a new one.
It’s a classic bait and switch tactic.
Who’s Running The Show?
The BestCashJob.com website does not disclose who’s running the show. According to the whois database, they are using an anonymous domain registration too.
Reserving your anonymity is one thing. But when you claim to be paying people, it’s a red flag.
All they show you on the site are the people supposedly making money. Like “Lauren Murray” for example, who’s apparently a Marketing Manager and is loving this job…
Cool story. But she’s really just a stock photo from Getty Images…
Then there’s this guy giving a ‘testimonial’ which is fake…
He too can be found on many stock photo sites…
Fake testimonials like this are a common sign of a scam site. So it always pays to check this where possible.
So it’s anyone’s guess as to who’s really behind these sites.
How Best Cash Job Really Works
Paying Job Online is part of an elaborate network of scam sites that never pays people what they say they do.
The purpose of these sites is harvesting your personal information, and then having you go out and convince others to do the same.
So in effect you are recruiting people into the same scam you are in yourself.
People signup expecting to make quick and easy money, share their links with friends as per the instructions, which sucks more people in, and no one every gets paid.
You might see the “money” going up in the back office, but it’s fake.
How do I know this?
Because I’ve already reviewed six of these websites and ALL of them are defunct. And no one ever got paid from any one of those sites.
Here’s a list of near identical scam sites I’ve reviewed so you can see what I mean:
- Money Come First (defunct)
- Fix Monthly Income (defunct)
- Dollars Plug (defunct)
- Dollarnize (defunct)
- Fans 2 Earn (defunct)
- Visit 2 Revenue (defunct)
You can click on any of the above links and read my full review of each site.
As you will see, ALL of these sites are similar and promised the same thing. And ALL of them are now defunct, with nobody having earned a single cent.
Anyways, what really happens when you sign up, is you are giving these people your personal information. Then, you are going out and convincing other people to do the same thing.
And herein lies the scam within all this. They WANT your name and email.
Let me explain…
Why Best Cash Job Is a Scam
You might reason with yourself… hey this is free, so how could it be a scam?
It’s true, this is free to join. And that’s because the nature of this scam is not about getting you to buy something upfront.
The REAL purpose of this scam is to harvest your personal information.
Depending on which website you sign up with, you’ll have to give them your personal information. Which includes your name, email, phone and physical address.
And there are TWO main reasons why giving these people your details is a bad idea…
First of all, you are sent tons of spammy promo emails, which ask you to complete ‘trial offers’ and signup for all kinds of sketchy offers.
A percentage of people will do this in the hopes of earning money. But ultimately, they end up spending more than they make. And of course, the people running this profit from this.
Second, and much more alarming, is about your personal information. This is information is almost certainly sold (as is common practice among these sites) for a profit. So that other spammers can sell you stuff via email.
This, among all the other red flags, is a dead giveaway your personal information is not safe.
For these reasons, and the fact that no one gets paid, Best Cash Job is a scam. Along with any and all websites these people are running under different branding.
Best Cash Job is clever scam really.
Convince hordes of people keen to make money online to give them their personal information. And convince them get others to do the same. So these people can build a massive email list of people looking to earn money online, and sell it to the highest bidder.
There’s nothing wrong with email marketing, selling products online, or promoting stuff. I do exactly this myself. It becomes a problem when people aren’t getting paid and your personal information isn’t safe.
In other words, it’s an issue when the program is a scam.
It’s also a problem when you’re promoting this to people. By participating in something like this, you are unknowingly (or knowingly) doing the scammers dirty work. You are luring people into a scam. Which is not cool, and it’s not a good way to build any online business.
You want to make sure that whatever you promote is legitimate. This is the best way to set yourself up for longterm success online.
After all, there’s plenty of money to be made promoting REAL, ethical programs.
In any case, what you decide to do is up to you. But I cannot recommend this to you.
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