ViralWork.co Is a Scam – Not a Chance You Will Make $500 a Day!

They tell you that you can make up to $500 per day just buy completing simple tasks and inviting friends to join Viral Work, but can you really?

I’m sure you or probably thinking the same thing I was when I came across this for the first time–which is that this sounds way too good to be true… And you know how the saying goes “if something sounds too good to be true then it probably is”.

This saying fits this particular situation perfectly, because this is in fact not true, AKA it is a SCAM–and in is quick review I’ll be showing you why it is and why you need to avoid joining this site.

Viral Work Review

Right off the bat, when I first came to the website (viralwork.co) I was already fairly certain that it was going to be a scam. But of course you can’t always judge a book by its cover, so I decided to dig a little deeper and in this review I will be uncovering and exposing what I found.

If you have ever been on my website before, then you know that I routinely expose online scams, so after landing on this website my scam sensors were going off in the red.

They claim that you can simply sign up, invite friends, complete tasks and cash out. There are lots of websites that will pay you to complete simple tasks, such as filling out surveys, playing games, watching videos and such–and there are also legitimate websites out there that will pay you to invite friends, but I have never come across a legitimate website like this that is willing to pay so much.how it worksThis place claims to pay a whopping $15 for every friends that you invite that joins, and $5 for every person you invite that just clicks the link!

That is insane!

And they claim to pay $30 for every task that you complete, which will only take three to five minutes!

Legitamite websites that will pay you to complete surveys, do simple tasks, play games, watch videos, Etc–such as Swagbucks–generally only pay between $0.50 – $2.00 for a survey that takes 10 to 15 minutes to complete.

So how the heck can Viral Work pay so much?

Suspicious isn’t it?

But anyways… They claim to have 10 years of experience doing this, have 4 million members, and have already paid out $800 million…

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But of course this is all a lie and the first thing I want to disprove are the statistics that I just mentioned…

The Statistics Don’t Add Up

I was doing something around and decided to search for information on this website on ScamAdviser. Below you can see that this website is only 23 days old (at the time of me writing this)…

ScamAdviser Search

So the big question is: How the heck can this website have 10 years of experience, four million members, and have already paid out $800 million if it is only 23 days old?

The answer: IT CAN’T

Even Swagbucks has not paid out anywhere close to $800 million and they are probably the largest of these types of websites.

Why The Sudden Name Change?

What you should also know is that this ViralWork website has a bunch of different variations.

Two of the other names it has went by include Viral Pay and Viral Dollars, both of which have the same exact layout and tell you the same darn thing–which is that you can easily make $500/day.

Viral PayViral DollarsThis then makes you wonder, why does this place keep changing their name?

I think the pretty obvious answer is that people eventually catch on to it being a scam and once it starts receiving too much negative attention, they simply re-brand the scam under a different name and start promoting it as something entirely new.

This type of thing is very common and I have seen it done countless times–definitely nothing new here.

This Is What Happens When You Join

So you may be wondering, what happens when you join? How does this place scam you?

Well, fortunately you more than likely are not going to get scammed out of your money, however you will probably waste a bunch of time and this will lead to some serious anger and frustration.

Basically what happens when you join is this…

After entering your information, such as name and email address, you will then be directed to the dashboard:

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Of course you will see an area where you can share your affiliate link and supposedly earn $15 for every person that signs up through it.

You will also see a bunch of “available jobs”, which really aren’t jobs at all, that supposedly pay $30. And not only do these “jobs” supposedly pay $30, but they also give you a chance to win free things, such as $100 gift cards as you can see here:tasks

But don’t think for a second that you are actually going to be able to win those $100 gift card, because you won’t. When you click on one of the offers you will be directed to a website titled “National Consumer Center” and you will be told that if you collect 100 points you can get the free $100 gift card, in this case for McDonald’s:

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The catch is that you will never get last 100 points. You will basically be let around in circles, completing survey after survey, signing up for different things, and entering all sorts of information all over the place. This is the “job”.

What’s The Point?

So you may be wondering what is the point of all of this? Why would a website like this be set up to lead users around in endless circles entering information?

The reason is because this website is likely selling your personal data for money–YES this sort of thing does exist and there is big money in it.

So if you did join, you will likely start receiving a bunch of spam emails, promotions, sales calls etc.

Final Thoughts – Avoid

Well, obviously I’m not going to be recommending any of my readers to sign up for this website. You will definitely not make $500 a day, nor will you ever make $500 here.

This website is just another scam that is going to be a waste of your time.

If you are serious about making money online and or looking for a legitimate way to do so, I would highly recommend taking a look at how I make a living working online here–which I have been doing since 2015.

Comments or questions? Leave in below and I will get back to you as soon as I can 🙂

I hope you enjoyed this review. And if you did–give it a share!

Kyle
 

I hope you found this article helpful! I'm Kyle, the creator of this site, which is probably pretty obvious after seeing the name. Like most, I've had my fair share of difficulties and a pretty bumpy road while trying to find success online, which is why I put togetherthis guide so that others can get started right the first time around.

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