"www.weeklyfixpay.com" - A Fake Internet Work-From-Home Job Website

The website 'weeklyfixpay.com', which claims that you can earn $1500 in your first week by simply completing certain tasks in 5 to 10 minutes is a scam. Do not register with websites like "weeklyfixpay.com", because you will only help make the scammers behind these websites get richer, and put yourself at risk when you provide them with your personal information.

www.weeklyfixpay.com - A Fake Internet Work-From-Home Job Website

The website weeklyfixpay.com is similar to the www.monthlyyouth.com, www.youth2payment.com and lot of other fake online job websites. All the scammers did was to change the name of the website.

Note: the website myjobearning.com is just another name for the website weeklyfixpay.com, If you go to myjobearning.com is will take you to weeklyfixpay.com.

The Fake Internet Job Website - weeklyfixpay.com


weeklyfixpay is a new innovating and internet job site, where you will be hired to do some tasks, different in type and number. and you will be paid a estimated reward for that instant in your account, after it the job poster will review the service and approve the status for your payout, then you will be paid for your work via Cheque.

Other Payment options are also coming soon. You have to create a account with us to start and login to your member area, and do daily your jobs and you will be really great after using our service.

This website should not be trusted because it does not provide a secure connection on its registration page or other sensitive pages, which is used to secure information like your name, address, email and password, when you submit it to them.

A secure website starts with "https", instead of the standard unsecured "http".

Every legitimate website that deals with personal and financial information must have a secure connection (https://) that is used to protect its users information when it is transmitted over the internet.

Also, hundreds of users of these websites have complained that they are unable to cashout even though they have reached the $300 minimum threshold. They claimed that they are continuously asked to complete more surveys.

These scammers will continue to use the same website under different website names. So, if you stumble upon a website looking like the one above, please do not register or take part in any activity on it.

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July 13, 2017 at 10:33 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Coeur dAlene, Idaho, United States

Yes that is exactly what I thought after I had done multiple surveys and some of them seemed like it was a couple hours long and it even said I was 100% on the survey and then one small survey pops up and I had closed out of it and wasn't able to get back into the same place I was, but I had not given them a card# or anything like that and this month they are called WeeklyFix.com. I had also emailed them and it was returned, I had tried several different ways and it kept coming back to me. They are called fixweekly.com and as of last night, I was close to $2000.00 dollars. It also says the "this program is secure and verified Certified program". Also min withdrawal:$300.00 <instant>.

Payment Status: Enable Payment NET 30

Withdrawal type Cheque Minimum withdrawaL 300$

It also says:

"Dear Violet We have No any Verification, No any Surveys, No any fee for payout."

Then it says in purple lettering and bold font.

"Congratulations Your Payment Approved - to qualify for this month payment, kindly complete little survey to prove you are human being not automatic click software bot. [Click here to complete captcha]"

After completing the survey, then request payment. At this point you type in your full name and push the bottom for Request Payout, then under that, it says Survey Status: Survey not completed yet.

I am sitting at $1820.00 for payout which it sounds like I will never get, now that really makes me mad and upset. I am going back online and tell everyone where I had posted this, that it is a scam and apologize and please don't even click on the link and if they had already done that and signed up to just disregard and never go back online with them.


December 11, 2016 at 5:35 PM by
"www.weeklyfixpay.com" - A Fake Internet Work-From-Home Job Website
hollylake from: Littleton, Colorado, United States

Is there any internet site you can make money on with no fee involved-consurned?


December 11, 2016 at 6:11 PM by
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December 11, 2016 at 5:33 PM by
"www.weeklyfixpay.com" - A Fake Internet Work-From-Home Job Website
hollylake from: Littleton, Colorado, United States

I recently got involved with fans2earn.Com & theinviteweb.Com. Add these scams also to the above list. i was credited $1000 and then was told to take a short survey. The survey never ends after you go and spend money.

I recommend you immediately contact your bank and close the card you used. Get a new number. join this website to give any website the acid test in the future. The websites above are a get the job are to be wary of. Same people!

I have contacted most of the companies they refer you to tell them they represent a scam-most have no idea what you are talking about... Check back here before continuing with any website and make a short report like mine.


September 28, 2015 at 4:47 PM by
"www.weeklyfixpay.com" - A Fake Internet Work-From-Home Job Website
an anonymous user from: Lagos, Nigeria

I appreciate your time in explaining to me the details of the fake scam, it was very helpful.


December 11, 2016 at 5:40 PM by
"www.weeklyfixpay.com" - A Fake Internet Work-From-Home Job Website
hollylake from: Littleton, Colorado, United States

Unfortunately we have something in common, we want to believe so we can make some easy money. You must research every site before working with them. You can also go to IC3.gov to report them. It has been a real challenge to find any easy money, Jim.


September 27, 2015 at 9:10 PM by
"www.weeklyfixpay.com" - A Fake Internet Work-From-Home Job Website
an anonymous user from: Quezon City, National Capital Region, Philippines

OMG this is a big scam..


September 24, 2015 at 4:54 PM by
"www.weeklyfixpay.com" - A Fake Internet Work-From-Home Job Website
an anonymous user from: Paris, Ile-de-France, France


I have been registered and they ask me to make survey, but they asked to buy things on the site, but I have not bought anything. When I tried to get back to the website it was gone.


September 24, 2015 at 4:12 PM by
"www.weeklyfixpay.com" - A Fake Internet Work-From-Home Job Website
an anonymous user from: Dulles, Virginia, United States

Hi, please how can I get the money?


September 26, 2015 at 9:28 AM by
"www.weeklyfixpay.com" - A Fake Internet Work-From-Home Job Website
an anonymous user from: Nairobi, Kenya

Honey u can't because is it a scam.


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