Easy Cash Job Review – Something Doesn’t Add Up
My EasyCashJob review is based on the common logic - numbers don't add up. There's not enough evidence to back up the users' income provision, therefore it shouldn't work. But more importantly, the site will prompt you to visit some nasty adware sites. It means you will not make money, and also keep visiting this site and you'll put your computer at risk.
EasyCashJob is not even offering a job and there's no "easy cash" involved. It is exactly the type of site that gives false hope to online jobseekers. My review will explain why you should never rely on the idea of easy "click to earn" schemes if you are looking for a sustainable way to make money online.
Easy Cash Job Review
Easy Cash Job
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What Is Easy Cash Job?
Easy Cash Job claims to pay the users money for viewing ads and sharing the referral link. However the number of advertising sites that you can visit is limited to 4 sites every 24 hours. You will "earn" $0.50 - $0.70 per visit. The "job" may not take more than 5 minutes a day, and you will make up to approximately $2.50.
It also claims to pay you $1 every time your referral signs up with Easy Cash Job.
You can only withdraw money when your account balances are;
- $50 ad balance (i.e. $2.50 x 20 days = $50) and
- $20 referral balance (i.e. refer EasyCashJob to 20 people).
It claims to pay you via either Western Union, PayPal, Payoneer or Skrill once your account balance reaches the qualifying threshold.
It may not be easy for you to get 20 of your friends to sign up. But if you log in every day, spend a few minutes to click 4 ads and log off - keep doing that for 20 days, it may sound like the easiest $50, a great way to earn some pocket money.
However, I tried it and immediately found two problems;
- The ads are all notorious "update your Flash player" spams, which is a PPA (pay-per-action). You will not make as much money - I'll explain this in a little while.
- My antivirus software tells me that some of the ad sites are a security threat.
With some more reasons that I'll explain below, I cannot say EasyCashJob.com is genuinely offering rewards to the users.
Who's Behind EasyCashJob?
The owner is unknown. We can find that the domain is registered in Italy and the website is hosted also in Italy, but we don't know who's behind Easy Cash Job. It means even if you've earned enough credits in your account, you may never be paid - there's a great risk that the person can ignore your withdrawal requests, shut down the site and disappear at any time.
The Numbers Don't Add Up
Okay, this is the main reason that I don't think the users can make $0.50 - $0.70 every time you simply view an ad. The most of the "ads" are not really advertisements, but fake "Update Flash Player" scams, who offer PPA of $1.50 - $2.00 to the affiliates...
...It means that the owner of Easy Cash Job is an affiliate. And only if you click "OK" and download the Flash player installation file, the owner of ECJ will receive $1.50 - $2.00 commission from this scammer. If you don't click it, he/she will not receive a cent.
You see what I mean, you see this "update your Flash" message for the first time and only click to download it if you genuinely believe that your computer needs the latest version. But you'll ignore the message from the 2nd time onwards.
It means the ECJ owner will only receive the affiliate commission of up to $2 no matter how many times you view the same ad, but he/she is supposed to pay you up to $0.70 each time you view it. (If you view the same "Flash player update" ad 10 times, you're supposed to be paid up to $7. ECJ will be out of pocket by $5, you know what I mean?) This really doesn't make sense.
I have seen a couple of other ads come up while testing Easy Cash Job, but others are PPV (pay-per-view) ads, the ECJ owner will only receive a few cents of commission every time you view it. Again, the projected revenue is so low that it's pretty impossible for ECJ to pay you up to $0.70 each time you view an ad.
The "update you Flash Player" sites are abviously nothing to do with Adobe Flash Player. It mostly targets Window users - what looks like a Flash player installation file may actually contain ransomeware, spyware, trojan, etc. The treat of "Cryptojacking" has also been reported. Some automatic popups are loaded on Easy Cash Job and I received a security warning from my antivirus software while browsing the site.
Easy Cash Job itself may not be part of the whole malicious intent, but you'll certainly risk exposing to these threats by getting involved with this site!
No Proof of Payments
The site has no testimonial or proof of payments. I have searched social media but just cannot seem to find a single person who claims to have got paid by Easy Cash Job either. The site was registered in April 2019. If this were real, there would be some users who publicly show their support by now. There is none, which makes me extremely skeptical.
Overall I think Easy Cash Job lacks credibility. It's grammatically so badly written throughout - my English is far from perfect and I would never be in the position to criticize anyone's writing style. But I find some parts of FAQ pretty abrupt. When the writer's unknown and there are several other negative reasons, nothing seems believable, unfortunately. This person promotes malware-infested sites knowingly or unknowingly. No evidence of the payments can be seen. The intention is not transparent. Bad writing... You know what you see is what you get.
Amazon Affiliate Link?
One of the "ads" that I saw was an Amazon Prime invitation. The link was genuine. But I know that fact that Amazon never offers pay-per-view commission to its affiliates - it only offers pay-per-action commission. What it means is that, only if you click the link and join the Amazon Prime 30-day trial, the owner of Easy Cash Job will receive $3 from Amazon.
If you simply view this Amazon page and leave, the owner will not receive a cent from Amazon, but will still credit your account by up to $0.70. How can they pay you when they're not making money?
Now I've seen this Amazon affiliate ad, I'm pretty convinced that Easy Cash Job's claim is fake; to pay you cash even if there's no source of revenue.
Is Easy Cash Job A Scam?
Well, it's not stealing your money but it's just making false promises, therefore it may be technically too harsh to call it a scam. But you'll definitely waste your precious time. Also as I explained earlier, some ads contain malware scripts, which means your computer will be exposed to security risks if you don't have the most up-to-date antivirus software running.
What is most critical is that Easy Cash Job does not explain how it makes money clearly. All I can see is its potential small affiliate income, which is never enough to share with its users. With the lack of such transparency, you should not be joining any schemes like Easy Cash Job.
How Can You Make Money Online?
Merely viewing ads is not a job - check legitimate traffic exchange sites such as LeadsLeap, you will only receive a few cents as a tiny reward. You will not gain anything by "just clicking". It's just not sustainable. If you really want to make money online, you need to learn to be a LOT more productive and help people solve their problem by offering your ideas and skills or by recommending good products as an affiliate.
Work-from-home businesses are very competitive because anyone can start it. If you're not looking to provide something of value, you'll never make money. There is no 'easy' way, nor there's a quick way either.
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