Videon Scam “Paid Video Viewing System” Review

Updated: July 15, 2020
by Ray Alexander

"Videon" scam sites have been around for a while, and there are lots of them with various different TLDs such as,, Named "Paid Video Viewing System", they offer to pay you as much as $10 just for watching a video. So what's the catch? Everything. You'll never receive a single cent, no matter how much time you spend with these scam sites. The following Videon review will explain why. So stop wasting your time, and don't ever trust anyone who brags the phrase "make money easy"...which is indeed the tagline of those Videon sites.

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What Is A Videon Scam?

There are a number of identical "videon" sites with similar names, start with random 2 or 3 letters, for example,, They claim to pay users for simply watching video clips, the rate of which is said to be 50 cents per minute. So a video is 10 minutes long, you're supposed to earn $5 by watching it through. The FAQ page says, "If you watch the video for 3 hours a day, your daily earnings will be $90, and in one month you'll be earning $2,700." 

They also provide you a referral link and encourage you to share it across social networks, forums and messages to get others to join. They claim to bring you additional profit - 40% of the earnings by your referrals will go to your account.

Now, your Videon account balance may increase that way, but that's not real money. The offers are all false, all the "user messages" and testimonials are fake, and they'll never actually send you any money. When you request to withdraw the money you've earned, they'll keep making excuses until you give up, and if you don't give up, they'll block your access to the Videon account, and that'll be the end of it.

Videon sites are nothing to do with advertising or GPT (get-paid-to) programs, but they exist to not only waste your precious time but to steal your sensitive banking information.

Videon Scam "Paid Video Viewing System" Review

How Do They Not Pay You?

At first, you're made to believe that you can make your first claim of $100 when you've watched 200 minutes worth of videos. Only when you've made a claim (request to withdraw cash), you'll be told to refer at least 30 people to qualify. If you don't have friends or social followers to refer to, you'll be given an option to "purchase referrals" for $15 by Bitcoin. Shortly after you make a payment, your access will be blocked. 

If you managed to get enough people to join in, you'll be told to wait for 60 days before you get paid... Either way, you'll be wasting a great amount of time and money if you're unlucky enough to get tricked into the purchase option.

Cybersecurity Issue

Videon Payment Options

You'll be asked your payment preference (how you want the money to be sent to), the choice between 5 methods; your credit card account, PayPal, by Bitcoin, to your bank account or Western Union. This is a big red flag since these Videon sites are not secure, and any information you input will be simply stored in their database. It means the scammer behind it can do anything they want with it - try to access your bank account or sell the information to hackers.

Videon Sites Not Secure

Fake Advertising

All the videos that appear on Videon sites are from YouTube, and the majority of the videos have a large number of subscribers, over 1 million, some have 10+ million subscribers. also a large number of view count accordingly. So it's extremely unlikely that any of these YouTubers have actually paid to advertise their videos.

In fact, when you look at the list of videos, you'll notice one thing in common; they all seem to be product comparison reviews, such as

  • "Best budget smartphones"
  • "Top 10 horror movies 2019"
  • "Panasonic TV review"

These videos are not likely to be up as advertisements, but the Videon system is randomly picking the most-watched YouTube clips by keywords such as "best" "review" "top 10" "top 5" etc. The FAQ says, "Our system accepts only high-yield and high-quality videos selected and tested by our experts." Clearly that's not the case!

Pay 50c Per Minute - Impossible!

But even if these videos were to be advertised, it would be impossible for an advertising medium to pay such a high rate as much as 50 cents per minute to each viewer.

Think about the advertiser's perspective. Imagine you have a 10-minute YouTube clip and are looking to increase the number of views. Videon pays 50 cents per minute to each viewer. Let's say it takes a commission of 10 cents per minute, which means you'd be paying $6 every time someone watched your clip via a Videon site. If you wanted your video watched 1,000 times, you'd be paying $6,000. I mean, would you? And your video wouldn't be "watched" watched, because all the Videon users have only one thing in mind - to play as many videos to make money. No one would "like" your video or leave a comment.

You'll occasionally find a "watch video clips to get paid" scheme as part of some reward programs. But the pay rate is as low as less than a cent per clip. What's Videon scam sites are offering is impossible.

You're Not Making Money By Doing What Anyone Can Do

I hope you understand by now that all the "Videon" sites are scams and you won't be making a cent out of any of them. Now here's something much more important for you to remember. 

No one is a charity. Unless they are a real, registered charity group, who fundraises and distributes money for good causes... That's obvious, right? The reality is, nobody will pay easy money to anyone randomly. 

I have been a full-time online marketer for 4+ years and have seen 100's of scam sites that falsely claim to make money "easy" for you. How long has the "internet" been around? For decades. And for some strange reason, some people still believe that there's a hidden method to extract money out of nowhere online. They know it never happens offline - we've never seen or heard about a man who hides in an alleyway and gives out cash to random passers-by. So why on earth would anyone believe that there's someone online who gives out money for barely doing a job?

Children Making Money

"Watching videos" - that's something that 3-years old children can do. They can remember where to click, right? If a scheme like Videon really existed, billions of infants of the world could easily become a millionaire before they learn to speak. Agree? You'll never, ever get paid decent money by doing what children can do. Really, if you see a slogan "make money easy" (or hear someone says that phrase), that's a scam. 100%. No exceptions. So stay away from that fake slogan, and start learning real techniques if you seriously want to make money online.

Affiliate Marketing

The "easiest" way to start is affiliate marketing. It's a legitimate business model where you promote brand products (or any products sold by someone else), build your audience and each time your audience member buys a product, you'll receive a commission. You can promote these products on social media, especially on Instagram and Pinterest, as well as YouTube, but you need to build a simple website first to do this.

I said it's easy to start, it's not easy to make money - nothing is. Because it's your own online business, and a business takes a lot of preparation and effort to put in. You'll know how it works very quickly though...I would say within a day. But it takes time to learn the various techniques. But the reward will be enormous. You'll earn your living by doing what you love to do. If you're seriously willing to pursue your career that way (working for yourself from home), then join me for free from the link below. Remember, stop chasing for "easy money" which never exists! Good luck!

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About the author 

Ray Alexander

Hi! I’m Ray. Over the past 15+ years I have been involved with web designing, programming and online marketing. I work from home and have a passion for exploring new tools, services and programs in order to make money online. I’m here to help you succeed in building a profitable business by sharing my experiences. Any question, don’t hesitate to ask!

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  1. The xyzvedion and the sames name of this vewing system is already fake and fraud don't wast your time for this sites because if i reached 2 times 30 days and 30+reffrells they blocked my id and shown the screen "incorrect users name or password " but iam not a chiled that i forgotten my passworrd. and the third time i found the same issues . Its wrong sites.

    1. Hi Niazali, thanks for sharing your experience, and sorry to hear that you’ve wasted your time. But your comment is a great addition to this post to help our readers avoid any “videon xyz” scam sites. We appreciate it!

    1. Hi Lauren, they’ll keep coming up with another excuse (give you another task). After all, they’re not earning enough money to pay the level of rates as they promise, so they really cannot pay you.

  2. I went to the support page & left a message but there was no reply from admin for about a week. Then they deleted my account.all the messages are fake.

    1. Hi Brie, yes unfortunately. The message you leave will only visible to you. If you log out and visit the support page, your message will disappear. Anyway, you know now that these sites are scams. No more wasting time on fake reward program sites! Thanks for your comment.

  3. I received $3980 today! I know I will use this money for because I’m planning to buy a sports car. jemvideon works! Thank you so much!

  4. Sir are u saying u dont get paid if u pay? I am not working I need sum money please help me which ones I can try.

    1. Hi, no you will not get paid a penny. The advice I can give you is that, if you are desperate for money, stop looking online. The only way is to go out and meet real people, locally, in real life. Just like you shouldn’t trust anyone on the internet, nobody will trust you and give you a job on the spot. If they do, they’re likely to be scammers. I wish you all the best!

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