The website, www.aidrevenue.com, which the owners claim they reward people for sharing feedback with consumer brands and give their members real money for taking market research surveys, should not be trusted. We do not trust the website because the TRUSTe and Norton security seals on the website are fakes. And, the website does not provide any form of encryption protection (https), although it claim it does, which is required by legitimate websites, to protect their users or visitors sensitive information sent between their websites and their visitors' computers or devices.
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AidRevenue.com is not subscribe to the Norton VeriSign and TRUSTe Trusted Seal services, but has both seals on their website. This is a deception used by the website's owner to fool or trick visitors into believing the website is trustworthy and safe.
And, although the owners of AidRevenue claim that the business has been in business for approximately 12 years, their website was just registered 5 months ago.
Online users are advised not to use AidRevenue.com, and those who have already started using the website, should stop, if they do not want to become victims of being tricked into working for free.
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