March 14

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DollarBirth.com – RapidUSD -SuperJobs.xyz Scams Reviewed!

By Anis Chity

March 14, 2017


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RapidUSD.com, SuperJobs.xyz and DollarBirth.com are literally the same scams that go with different names in this review I would like to show you why they are just scams.

Yesterday I published a review on some dangerous scams called ViralyPay.co DutyScreen, PokeLazy and Dollar growing 

Today I am here to review RapidUSD.com, SuperJobs.xyz and DollarBirth.com

If you wanted to join any of the above sites I recommend you to read this whole review!

 

Quick Review

Names: RapidUSD. – DollarBirth – SuperJobs

Websites: RapidUSD.com – DollarBirth.com – SuperJobs.xyz

Price: Free to Join

Recommended?: NO

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What are RapidUSD, DollarBirth & Super Jobs?

 

These programs claim that will enable you to earn $10 by completing simple tasks that take minutes.

They make some unbelievable claims and promise you to earn thousands in a matter of weeks.

Unfortunately, they are nothing but bogus websites that belong to a network of scams.

Someone is creating multiple sites usually with the same templates but different names

RapidUSD, DollarBirth and Super Jobs are literally the same so please don’t be fooled

These guys are creating a lot of similar sites so they make money at the expense of your time and hard work, at the end of the day you would be making nothing but only wasting time and efforts.

With that being said let me show you how these sites are taking advantage of people looking for online jobs.

 

How RapidUSD, DollarBirth & Super Jobs Scam people?

 

As soon as you sign up in any of these sites you will be shown an affiliate link, there are no tasks or real jobs the only thing you will find is an affiliate link.

All of them will give you a $25 sign up bonus which you will never be able to withdraw, unfortunately.

$25 sign up bonus

As I said before these sites are the same there is absolutely no difference let’s see each one of them.

 

1) RapidUSD.com

 

So when you sign up to RapidUSD you will see an affiliate link

You will earn $5- $10 for every click your link gets the minimum threshold is $300 but whatever you earn will stay in your RapidUSD.com bank.

Rapid USD affiliate link

 

2) DollarBirth.com

 

Same thing here guys, when you sign up and log in you will see an affiliate link only, the same threshold and your earnings will stay in your DollarBirth.com bank.

DollarBirth affiliate link

 

3) SuperJobs.xyz

 

Literally the same thing here there is no difference except the look is slightly different here, but same threshold same scam and the same affiliate link.

SuperJobs.xyz affiliate link

 

4) What Happens When you Reach the $300 Threshold?

 

Unfortunately, I have seen many people fall for this scam when you reach the $300 threshold and try to withdraw your money you will be asked to complete some surveys

The surveys want money from you and even if you give money you won’t get your earnings.

That’s exactly how they scam people.

Here’s a video that explains what I am talking about here

This video is about the Invite club which is another ridiculously similar site of their network.

With that said I hope you will stay away from these sites because they are only going to waste your time and energy.

 

Solid & Legit Way to Make Money Online

 

If you are still struggling to find a website that is legit I recommend you to get into affiliate marketing.

Affiliate marketing is when you help companies like Amazon sell products, you will be given an affiliate link that you promote and whenever someone buys a product via your affiliate link you earn commissions.

If you are a newbie I recommend you a training that will teach you everything at the right time.

The best one I can think of right now is Wealthy Affiliate.

Wealthy Affiliate teaches you how to start a website, Get Google to send you a lot of targeted visitors to your affiliate links.

To succeed with affiliate marketing you need people that are actually interested in your affiliate links and that’s exactly what Wealthy Affiliate will teach you, step by step with the support of the community.

This is what Wealthy Affiliate will teach you in a picture.

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You can try Wealthy Affiliate for free NO CREDIT CARD you will also get 10 free lessons with 2 websites and web hosting to see if it’s for you.

Read my Wealthy Affiliate review for more info.


 

I hope this review was useful to you I know these sites will switch names soon or other ones will be created, please if you hear about a similar scam please drop a comment below to warn people!

I will be updating this post if I catch another similar scam so you guys avoid it!

About Anis

Anis Chity used to be a struggling university student under debt, but thanks to this opportunity he managed to earn a 4 figure monthly income at the age of 24. Anis enjoys helping people avoid scams and find legit ways to work from home. In his free time he loves playing football & hanging out with friends.

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  1. I have been browsing online more than 4 hours today, yet I never
    found any interesting article like yours. It’s pretty worth enough for me.
    Personally, if all website owners and bloggers made good
    content as you did, the web will be much more useful than ever before.

  2. Am Andrew I have been in the rapidusd business am from Kenya I have over 700 dollars. Help me withdraw coz its hectic

  3. I invited 70 people to RapidUsd.com I have earned 300+ Dollars now but not able to withdraw because it asks me to complete offers what’s it?
    And will I get money or not?

  4. I will stay away from these scams. There are some many people like me that always look for a way to increase my income. An online opportunity is definitely what I am looking for. Getting this info about these three scams definitely help me avoid a costly mistake. Thank you for this review.

    Have a great day!

        1. Hi Kainat the three sites in questions are big scams I clearly said that in this review, stay away from them if you hear about scams similar to these but with different name please drop comments here to warn others thanks.

  5. Great information to know. I had never heard of the companies, however I have seen the survey ads where they claim to pay you for completing surveys. Also there is a company offer and opportunity for high school students to earn a $10,000 college scholarship by receiving points given to them by completing surveys. I do not remember the name of the site, but I wonder if that is a scam.

    1. I think you are referring to Harris Poll online which offers a $10,000 giveaway, you basically get an entry to the scholarship drawing, if that is the site you are referring to then it’s Not a scam, however I don’t recommend it because you are going to take tons of surveys and rarely going to win.

      If you find the name of the company you are talking about feel free to send it my way so I’ll research it for you 🙂

      Cheers
      Anis

  6. That’s good to know that these scams work in conjunction with each other. So they are basically using hype to get people to join and use the system? Correct? I really hate when people do that. They feed off of the desperation of other people to make some BS hyped up system, to make it think it is their “way out” of the 9-5 rat race. You are doing a great job here, thanks for the alternative as well – the Wealthy Affiliate. I’m using WA, there is no hype, “fluff”, or BS either!

    1. Hi Brandon it’s sad when people looking for legitimate online jobs have to find these sites in their way hope people will stay away from these garbage!
      Thanks for visiting.

      Anis

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