Warning: You will see a lot of great reviews on third-party websites because they reward users to post reviews and then send it to them.
Paidera claims that it’s the all-in-one solution that helps you earn money online. According to the official website, they offer unlimited tasks, instant payments and a variety of ways to earn money. Seems no different than any other GPT site so far.
While I’m writing this, they have more than 930,000 members and close to 8 million tasks have been performed over the years. Again, these numbers make the company seem legit.
Now, it seems as if it’s a company that makes a lot of promises, but do they live up to them?
That’s what I’m about to find out.
In today’s review, I talk about Paidera and how it works, what you can make as well as if it’s legitimate or not. As always, I’m 100% honest.
How to Make Money on Paidera
When you sign up, you will be presented with a dashboard that looks something like this on your desktop:
No matter which device you use (desktop or mobile), the website will work in a similar way. If you do sign up, you will use the sidebar menu to navigate to the many ways to make money.
At first glance, the website dashboard is quite cluttered, but the sidebar does an okay job at breaking down how you can earn.
Here’s how you can earn…
This is a unique section that I have never seen before in my reviews, and trust me, I have done a ton.
In this section, you can earn about $0.20 to $0.35~ for every video you post, as long as it meets the requirements. For example, here was a video I could do to earn $0.35.
You can see that, first, you will need at least 10 completed tasks to even be paid, so if you don’t have 10 completed tasks, don’t even consider it yet. However, if you do so, you can upload a “how to take tasks” video, basically showing someone howto perform tasks on the site to earn $0.35. For four minutes, it’s not much and I don’t recommend it.
Aside from this example, there were about six to eight more that were similar to this as well.
In the micro-tasks section, they use a third-party “task” site called TASKVersal.
If you have ever used Amazon Mechanical Turk before, then this is something similar, only that there are no tasks available or the tasks that are available are very scammy.
For example, these were the tasks I could see when I was writing this review.
These are simply scammy affiliate offers that only make the person who posted it money. These tasks are not worth a few cents as noted and I recommend you skip this section.
The “Tasks” section, not to be confused with the Micro-Tasks, is nothing but third-party offer walls that you can find on just about any GPT-like website.
All of the companies mentioned above are 100% legitimate, such as Offertoro, Personaly, and Kiwiwall, to name a few, but the rates weren’t as hot as their competitors.
Since these sites get to choose their rates on the offerwall sites, you need to make sure you’re comparing it to more popular websites.
And, let me give you an example.
There was a bank offer that paid $14 on Paidera, but on Swagbucks, it paid more than $19, a $5 difference.
I checked out a few more options and they didn’t compare to the favorites that I like such as Swagbucks and Superpay.me. Again, the offerwalls that they recommend are great, but seeing they (Paidera) get to set the rates, some will pocket more of the profit than others.
Surveys, much like the tasks, come from third-party providers as well, however, they didn’t have many to choose from.
As you can see, they only had three options, Wannads, PollFish and CPXResearch, which, again, can be found elsewhere, as these are third-party providers that so many GPT sites have. In fact, most competitors have many more options.
They did, however, have a “paid quizzes” section, where you could complete quizzes for $0.01 to $0.03, but you’re only given so many “quota points” a day, which is the maximum amount of quizzes you can do in a day. For instance, I could only do 40 quizzes a day, which is less than $1 or so in total and would take you a long time to complete it.
Again, looking at the surveys offered here, I didn’t see much, and it’s another section that isn’t anything special.
Simply put, don’t expect to earn much.
In the “reviews” section, you can submit up to three reviews per day from various sites and earn “10 Quota Points,” which, as mentioned, allows you to complete more quizzes. Effectively, it’s a $0.20 value or something. Not much.
Lastly, you can refer your friends like the many GPT out there.
For every referral you send their way, you can earn $0.10, however, you can only earn $0.10 on the first 25 links. Afterward, it’s nothing, but you can still send them to the website, of course.
This is an awful referral program, seeing most companies will give you a percentage of what your referrals earn and there’s no limit as to how many people you can send.
Again, not much going on here.
After reading all of this and you’re still interested in joining, it’s not too hard to do so thankfully.
To create an account, all you need to provide is your name, a user name as well as a password. That’s it.
After doing so, you can log into your account, where you can immediately start earning money if you choose to do so.
The company strictly pays in cash, so you don’t have to worry about points, etc. They do have the quota points, as mentioned, but this just allows you to take more quizzes, which, in my eyes, is worthless. Don’t value the quota points as anything.
Once you hit $30 in rewards, you can cash out and they sent the payment out to your PayPal account. That’s the only option at the moment; however, if you have more than 150+ referrals, which is laughable, you can have a $20 minimum payout.
In the industry, this is high and seeing the offers provided, you’re going to be working at it for some time to earn this amount.
The payout time seems to be a few days.
There’s a reason Paidera isn’t well known, as it has nothing going for it. All they offer are third-party surveys and tasks, many of which are low paying in comparison to competitors. The other options, such as writing reviews, posting videos, and the tasks list, are laughable. I mean, creating a video for $0.20? C’mon!
In the end, skip out on Paidera. They seem to pay, but the payout is HIGH. You’re going to be working at it for some time. Instead, if you want to complete surveys or make money on a site such as this, consider one that has no minimum.
That’s going to do it for now.
If you want to comment on your experience or add to what I have, you’re more than welcome to do so in the comments below. As always, thanks for stopping by.
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