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

www.thevisitpay.com - A Fake Internet Work-From-Home Website

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The website: "thevisitpay.com," which claims that you can earn $1500 completing certain tasks, is a fake. Do not register with websites like "www.thevisitpay.com," because you will only help make the scammers behind these websites rich. It doesn't matter how much work you do on the website and how much survey you complete, you will never get paid. The scammers on the other hand, will take all the money earned by their victims who have done all the work.

The Fake Work-From-Home Website - thevisitpay.com

thevisitpay.com -The Fake Internet Job Website

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thevisitpay.com is a new innovating job site, where you will be hired to do some task, 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 http:// work via western union. Money gram is 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.

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Also, the 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.

Hundreds of users of these websites have complained that they are unable to cashout even though they have reached minimum payout threshold. They claimed that they are continuously asked to complete more surveys, which is a trick used by the scammers who own the website, to continue to have their victims generate revenue for them. Remember, the scammers are paid for every survey completed by their victims, but they will never share the money they have earned.

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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  • June 7, 2016 at 9:43 AM by an anonymous user from Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

    How do I punish them? They have used me.


  • June 7, 2016 at 1:15 AM by an anonymous user from Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana

    Thanks so much for revealing such information.


  • May 9, 2016 at 12:25 AM by an anonymous user from Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

    The visit pay is a scam, I completed surveys but I can't cash out and when I email their support the emails fail permanently to deliver.


    • May 16, 2016 at 5:37 AM by an anonymous user from Thulamela, Limpopo, South Africa

      Same here, I try to request the pay out but I can't.


  • May 1, 2016 at 5:24 AM by an anonymous user from Lusaka, Zambia

    Stupid visitpay..its fake and more fake.


  • April 28, 2016 at 6:26 AM by an anonymous user from Stadium Area, Maseru, Lesotho

    Thevisitpay.com is a fake website.


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