I have recently heard a lot about TimeXjobs, with claims that it offers an easy way to make money—like 50 cents with just a click. Sounds tempting, right?
So, I decided to dive in and explore this platform to answer the burning question: Is it genuinely worth your time or just another internet scam?
With my experience in reviewing numerous online money-making platforms, I thought I should test this one too. Should you join? We’re about to find out.
As in all of my reviews, I’m 100% honest, so let’s begin.
What is TimeXjobs?
TimeXjobs claims to provide its users with an avenue to earn extra cash through simple, part-time tasks. You can do these tasks either at home on your computer or on your mobile device while you’re out and about.
From what they’ve mentioned, they keep adding new tasks regularly, and there’s no cap on how many you can do. Also, there’s a referral program for members to earn a bit more, but let’s not get into that now – referral programs are mostly the same everywhere.
The claims seem to be basic, but it’s hard to decipher what they are truly all about. They don’t say much, but people are talking about it.
How it Works
Once you sign up (it’s free, with no hidden fees), you get access to tasks.
For example, there’s a task that asks you to click on a link, which takes you to a page where you need to stay for at least one minute. That’s pretty much it – no need to interact with the content. After finishing tasks like these, I earned around 60 cents. Based on this rate, theoretically, you might make about $3.60 an hour.
However, there’s no upfront information about how much each task pays, which seems a bit sketchy. Even if you earn that hourly rate, it’s unlikely you’ll reach their claimed $100 a day, even if you’re at it non-stop. To speed things up, I tried opening multiple pages at once and it seemed to work for some tasks. Other tasks simply ask you to stay on a page for a minute without any interaction.
Personally, I find it hard to believe you can earn up to $100 daily just by clicking on sites. Real advertisers won’t pay that much for such tasks. I suspect platforms like this earn by directing us to their partners’ ads. Also, I haven’t tried cashing out yet, but often these types of sites don’t really pay their members.
Surprisingly, there’s no clear information on how much each task pays.
From my exploration, tasks involve visiting websites and clicking ads. By doing so, I could earn up to 50 cents for each click, at least according to the site.
But here’s the catch.
While I earned about 50 cents in one instance, another task gave me just 30 cents. There’s no clarity or consistency, which raises a red flag for me. Most of it just revolved around clicking random ads. It didn’t seem like a lot of legitimate sites.
So, how much can you really expect to earn?
Their website claims you can make up to $100 daily. But from my observation, the tasks on TimeXjobs resemble basic micro-jobs with lower payouts. And I’m always skeptical about platforms that boast “unlimited earning.”
Adding to my doubts, their website’s English isn’t the best. Such over-the-top claims can sometimes hint at a not-so-reliable platform.
The Red Flags
When I played around with the site for a while, I did find a ton of red flags which proves to me it isn’t a legitimate site at all.
Here’s what I found:
- Earning Fluctuation: Why did I earn 50 cents for a task yesterday and only 30 cents today? Will the rate continue to drop? There’s no transparency.
- High Payout Threshold: To cash out your earnings, you need to reach a staggering $199. Such a high threshold on a free site is concerning. I have never seen a threshold this high.
- Questionable Legitimacy: The mode of earning and the payout threshold are eerily similar to other sleazy sites like this, and that wasn’t a positive experience either.
- Poor English and Confusing FAQ: The site’s language quality is, frankly, quite poor. Even their FAQ section has sentences like “Is TimeXjobs give real money?” which doesn’t inspire confidence. Furthermore, they seem to contradict themselves by suggesting that it’s doubtful they really pay.
- The Disclaimer is Troubling: The site’s disclaimer openly admits that they don’t guarantee the accuracy or truthfulness of their content. They basically say: Don’t rely on us for accurate or honest info.
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