Beware of Fake Websites - ReferJobPay, TheReferProject, TheWeeklyRewards, YouthToEarn, EachVisitCash and Earn4InviteFriends

Beware of Fake Websites - ReferJobPay, TheReferProject, TheWeeklyRewards, YouthToEarn, EachVisitCash and Earn4InviteFriends

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The websites: "ReferJobPay.com", "TheReferProject.com", "TheWeeklyRewards.com", "YouthToEarn.com", "EachVisitCash.com", and "Earn4InviteFriends.com," which the owners claim are a large-scale marketing and referral companies in the United States of America, are fakes. The fake websites were created by scammers to trick potential victims into joining, by claiming there is no fee to join and that visitors can earn money performing certain tasks and activities that are given to them. But, do not register with the websites or other similar websites like them, because the scammers who operate the websites will never pay their users; they will just take all the money earned by their users for themselves.

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The fake websites are similar to the www.done4job.com, www.jobrize.com, ParttimeDuty.com, www.gopaidmonthly.com and lot of other fake online job websites. All the scammers did were to change the name of the websites and the content.

The Fake Work-From-Home Websites

ReferJobPay.com, TheReferProject.com, TheWeeklyRewards.com, YouthToEarn.com, EachVisitCash.com, and Earn4InviteFriends.com

Inc is a large-scale marketing and referral company in the United States of America. It was founded in 2010 and paying its members for doing tasks and activities which are given to them. Join the website and perform your task to get earn. There is no any fee, no any membership fee and no any paid thing. All is free... The main thing is your passion to the completion of task and promote to the friends.

If you are student, un-employed, use internet daily ?

You use facebook, Google+ or twitter ? YES

Then you can earn every month from Inc up to 500$ daily

Earn 5$ for every link visit / opening by your friend

Also, the websites 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.

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

The fake websites are similar to the following websites:

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers in email samples on this website may have been impersonated.

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  • Feb 25, 2016 at 2:04 PM by an anonymous user from Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

    I'm worried that I put my email address there. What threat does that pose?


    • Feb 25, 2016 at 2:36 PM by info

      There is no threat, just stop using the website.


      • Mar 27, 2016 at 5:32 AM by an anonymous user from Marathi, Maharashtra, India

        It's a fake, you don't make money.


  • Feb 2, 2016 at 11:00 PM by an anonymous user from George Town, Penang, Malaysia

    How to delete my account?


    • Feb 3, 2016 at 6:31 AM by info

      The website doesn't allow you to do so. But, just stop using it.


      • Feb 15, 2016 at 6:21 AM by an anonymous user from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

        Is it true that if we do not use that site again, they could not find us again?


        • Feb 15, 2016 at 9:17 AM by info

          I don't understand your question.


          • Mar 5, 2016 at 2:51 AM by an anonymous user from Rw 02, Jakarta, Indonesia

            This website Youthtoearn.. .Real or Hoax?


            • Mar 5, 2016 at 4:44 AM by info

              It is a fake.use the Search bar above to find more information.


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