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Is Rapidworkers a Scam? -What You Should Know

RapidWorkers scam

It is true that at RapidWorkers you can make easy money online, but is the money that you could potentially make even worth your time? And does this place actually pay as their supposed to? Or is RapidWorkers just a scam that is going to be a ripoff and waste of your time?

In this review I’ll be going over what you need to know before deciding whether or not RapidWorkers is a good choice for you. There are definitely some downsides to it, and in my opinion is a waste of time, by for some people it might be worth it. It just all depends on your situation and what type of income opportunity you are looking for.

RapidWorkers Review

RapidWorkers (at rapidworkers.com) is what you call a crowdsource service. People can go on this site, create employer accounts, and then post simple tasks that they want completed and are willing to pay people to complete. The type of tasks you will find posted on this site are extremely simple and quick. There what you call “micro-tasks”.

If you have ever heard of the websites MTurk, Microworkers, and Picoworkers then you probably know what you’re getting into. These are all micro-tasks type sites where people post simple jobs.

And of course where you come into play is when it comes to completing the job. You complete the job and you get paid. RapidWorkers simply provides the platform between the employer and the worker.

How It Works

It is all pretty simple and straightforward. After you create an account you will be able to browse through the available jobs and selects which job you want to complete. You will be able to sort the jobs based on payment, estimated time to complete, job name, and what countries they are available in.

So you will pick a job, complete it, submit proof of your completed works to the employer (which you would do through the platform), and then wait to get paid. Hopefully the employer well take a look at your completed work and released the money to you quickly, but if not the completed task will be automatically approved after six days. Of course unless the completed task is disapproved.

Types of Jobs Available

As you can see from the image above, there are all sorts of different types of tasks you can complete. Some others that you may see that are not shown above include…

  • Like a Youtube video
  • Download a file
  • Subscribe to a Youtube channel
  • Like a Facebook post
  • Write a fake review on Amazon
  • Visit a website
  • Download and review an app
  • Comment on a Youtube video
  • Create a Gmail account for someone
  • Enter a contest

There is really no telling what type of jobs you will find. I mean you will always find jobs for writing a review on Amazon, visiting some website, and things like that, but you also might find some rather strange jobs. For example in the image shown above you can see one of the available jobs is to sign up for in adult WebCam website.


How Much Will You Make?

Just as the different types of jobs vary greatly, so does the pay. Based on what I have seen you can earn anywhere from $0.02 to $2, but the large majority of tasks are going to be paying on the lower end, by far. If you see an opportunity to make two dollars for one task, this is rare and you might want to take it.

The amount that you can make also depends a lot on where you live. If you live in the US, UK, NZ, and some of the other more developed countries then you are going to be able to get more high-paying tasks.

But even in a good case, and a good scenario, I don’t think you can expect to earn any more than 1 – 3 dollars per hour.

You should also be aware that there is a ridiculous 6% fee when you withdraw via PayPal. PayPal is the payment service that they use, which is great and all, however… This is going to be a problem for some people because I believe that PayPal is not available in all countries.

*You will also need a minimum balance of eight dollars in your account before you can withdraw.

Beware Of Scams

If you do create an account on this website and go about looking for jobs to complete, be careful… There are some scams out there that you don’t want to fall victim to.

Some of the scams that I write about include jobs that require you to download some file. Some of them will tell you to download the file but won’t really tell you anything about it. This can be dangerous because you don’t know what you’re downloading and it could be a virus that you don’t want.

I have also heard someone talk about jobs that were completely misleading and required you to purchase something.

Scams are just part of the territory when it comes to micro-job websites like this. RapidWorkers obviously does not do all that great of a job at filtering out the scams, so you just need to know what to look out for.

Why I Don’t Like Sites Like This

There are several reasons why I really do not care for websites like this. First of all, they obviously pay extremely little. I mean it is nice and all that you are able to complete these micro-tasks whenever you want to and you can do these jobs from the comfort of your computer, but the pay is definitely not for everyone.

Second… Writing fake Amazon reviews is a very common job that is posted on the site. This I do not like. Why don’t like this does not have to do with the pay… It has to do with being unethical.

I use Amazon all the time and I know there are a lot of fake reviews out there. That said, I always read reviews before purchasing something and seeing operations like this just makes me trust them last and last. Is anything online actually truthful anymore? Seriously… These people selling on Amazon should just message their buyers to leave reviews so that they get legitimate reviews… Not people who have never tried these products in their life.


Low Pay

As I already went over, you definitely cannot expect to make much here. This is why the majority of people are probably going to find this site as being a waste of time.

Mistreated Workers

I’ve heard about workers being mistreated by employers… As in not being paid when they should be. You will commonly see this on micro-job -type websites. Sometimes employers will post jobs, you will complete the job in its entirety and submit proof, and they will disapprove it for a stupid reason.

You are able to submit a form detailing your problem to the support at RapidWorkers, and you might get help, but from what I have heard the support is and all that great.

Final Thoughts – Worth Your Time?

Are you looking to make significant money in your spare time online? And this is definitely not for you. Are you looking to make a little bit of extra pocket change in your spare time online? Then this might be something that is a good fit. That said, if you are looking to earn just a little bit of extra pocket change in your spare time then there are a lot of different options available to you. You may even want to check out sites like FusionCash where you can get paid to take surveys, complete offers, etc.

Something Else You Might Be Interested In

Something else you might be interested in is making money online like I do. You can read all about how I make money online here and how you can get started doing the same. The reason I think you might be interested is because what I do is also something that can be done in your spare time. I work in my own schedule and the upside to it all is that I make a heck of a lot more than I ever could on a micro job website like RapidWorkers.

Questions or comments? Please leave them down below in the comment section and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂 Also please leave reviews down below if you have experience working through RapidWorkers. Did you are do you like it?

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