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Beware of "SharingDuty.com" - it is a Fake Work-From-Home Website

2017-03-25T10:46:56 -  +
Beware of "SharingDuty.com" - it is a Fake Work-From-Home Website

The website: "www.SharingDuty.com," which claims members can start their online job career today, is another fake work-from-home website. The website is similar to "dollar2refer", "theinviteweb.com", and other fake work-from-home websites created by cybercriminals. So, do not register with websites like "www.SharingDuty.com," because you will only help make the scammers behind the websites rich. And, it doesn't matter how much work you do on the website and how many surveys 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 - SharingDuty.com


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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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  • Posted: Jun 27, 2017 at 3:38 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Lagos (Ikoyi), Lagos, Nigeria

    Thanks for the info.


  • Posted: Mar 31, 2017 at 11:11 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia

    What if I already register to the website? Will I be scammed? Since we were asked to put in our e-mail.


    • Posted: Mar 31, 2017 at 11:31 AM by info

      The scammers will send you email messages in an attempt to scam you, therefore, just be careful next time.


      • Posted: Apr 2, 2017 at 7:03 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia

        Okay, thank you. If there's no e-mail, does it mean I'm safe?


        • Posted: Apr 2, 2017 at 7:08 PM by info

          Yes. And, you will always be safe if you do not follow their instructions.


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