Is the Website www.cashtasks.com Legitimate or a Scam?
The website www.cashtasks.com
On this website, the scammers try to convince persons that they have made payments by showing a fake PayPal proof of earning using the email address support @cashtasks.com.
But, this email address is not registered with PayPal although the fake PayPal proof of earnings displayed on the website claims the email address was verified by PayPal.
Another issue with this website is that it doesn’t provide a secure connection for sensitive web pages like the sign-in and registration pages.
Legitimate websites use a secure connection (SSL) to protect the sensitive information (username, email, and password) sent from your computer to their websites. But, this website doesn’t have this installed.
A website with a secure connection web address starts with “https://” instead of “http://”, which is unsecured. This website secure connection should look like this: https://www.cashtasks.com.
Last, but not the least, this website has in its disclaimer that once you reach at least $1000, you can request to withdraw your earnings if you upgrade your account to a premium membership. See the disclaimer below and read it carefully.
The website www.Cashtasks.com disclaimer
Once your CashTasks account reaches at least $1,000 you can submit your request to withdraw your earnings if you have upgraded your membership to a premium membership. CashTasks will then review your withdrawal and if your account has not breached any of the terms of service then your payment will be added to our payout list and will be sent NET60(60 days after the end of the current month) to the Paypal email address of your choice. All earnings listed and or represented by CashTasks.com are estimated values not actual real money values and are subject to change with or without notice.
Tell me, why do you need to pay for membership in order to receive the money you have worked so hard to earn? This is like paying my boss every month in order for me to receive my salary.
Please remember this golden rule: if you are asked to pay money in order to receive money, it is a scam.
So, please do not waste your time on this website and others that claim you can make quick money doing little or nothing. Only scammers profit from these fake websites.
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