WorkPocketMoney is an online scheme that allows its users make money right on the internet. That’s what I stumbled upon during the course of surging the internet.
On the page where I stumbled on the information, it had over a hundred comments. The comments were solely based on the WorkPocketMoney scheme.
A considerable number of the comments were about whether or not, the online making money scheme is a scam or real.
In this post, I have decided to write about the online money-making scheme, how it works and to answer the question of whether or not, it’s real or scam.
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WorkPocketMoney Scheme – Introduction
To get a better idea of how the system works and to answer the question of whether or not, the online scheme is genuine, it’s necessary we understand how the program works.
First, let’s understand the term, scheme. So, what’s a scheme?
According to Google, scheme means a large-scale systematic plan or arrangement for attaining some particular object or putting a particular idea into effect.
Another meaning implies that a scheme means to make plans, especially in a devious way or with intent to do something illegal or work.
We pretty much can draw the lines based on those meanings given. However, before we throw in the towel, let’s go a bit deeper to understand how WorkPocketMoney Scheme works.
WorkPocketMoney is said to have been in existence for a long time now. It is also said that the online scheme has over thousands of members worldwide.
Joining the scheme is easy and free and It is said that they send out payments in dollars (USD) to their members every month.
Interesting, right? Especially for Nigerians. If earning in dollars, you will be making relatively good income courtesy of the current exchange rate. I know. But don’t raise your hopes high just yet.
How WorkPocketMoney Scheme Works
So, straight to the point, here’s how the scheme works.
- WorkPocketMoney scheme offers $25 when you register as a new member
- You are required to make referrals to make more money. Every successful referral you make, you will earn $10
- Every survey taken by you on WorkPocketMoney, will earn you $20.
Now that you understand how the scheme works, here’s a bogging question. Is it possible to make money that easily? Well, yes and no!
You sign up on the WorkPocketMoney Website and you get $25 USD, just like that. Members make a simple referral and earn an extra $10 per new member. You complete a survey and you earn $20 just like that. Too good to be true, right?
Is WorkPocketMoney Real Or Scam?
Now to the question of whether or not WorkPocketmoney scheme is real or a scam, well, let’s be a bit more rational here.
Do you think in 2018, it’s actually that easy to make money online? Again, yes and no. However, to the best of my understanding, nothing good comes easy.
To make money online, you’ve got to offer something. It could be a service or goods. Now ask yourself, what is this online scheme offering?
Pretty much just surveys. And on every survey successfully taken, you get $20? Just like that? I like to think that’s not how it works in the real world.
I’ve been on the internet long enough to not get carried away by get rich quick schemes. As a matter of fact, I avoid them by all means. They are usually scams.
To gain a legitimate and stable source of income online, you’ve got to build a business. Not some fancy dreams of just taking surveys and making $20 for answering a few simple questions.
Now, I’m not saying making money via taking surveys isn’t possible, but $20 is a lot to be paid for just taking a survey. I stand corrected but I don’t think that’s possible. At least not in this part of the world and by that, I mean, not in Nigeria.
The few blogs I’ve stumbled upon talking on the online scheme, haven’t exactly shared proof of payments being made by the scheme. A few claim they pay, but where’s the proof?
Sometime back, I wrote on getting paid via Media.net and I clearly shared a proof of payment received. I also tried as much as I could, to answer questions that followed.
For all we know, they are sharing that information for the sole purpose of getting more referrals with the intent of making money from the scheme. Even at that, I’m yet to find one. If you have a proof of payment received from the scheme, please share via the comment session. We’d rather prefer a video to a picture though.
You remember MMM? That scheme trended in Nigeria at the time. As much as it was making people money, the means through which the money was made, was a bit transparent. Some people had to lose money for others to gain. However, it didn’t last too long as those who believed in it so well, got burnt.
I have never been a fan of online schemes. I’ve never lost money to any of them and that’s because, I believe in labor. I believe in working to earn, not hoping to get free money flying around.
So to the question of whether or not, WorkPocketMoney is real, I would say, stay woke.
Oh, BTW, in the comment session on the page as referenced in the beginning of this post, a lot of the comments were about actually making money via the scheme.
Some made $300 in just a day or two. Others made much more. However, when it comes to being able to withdraw, they keep seeing games. Majority of the comments were based on the complains of not being able to withdraw. I didn’t find any comment on successful payment withdrawal.
This brings me back to saying, I haven’t stumbled on any proof of payment received from the scheme. Hence, if you think you’ve got time on your hands, you can go ahead and play around with the scheme and see what it brings to you. Just don’t expect anything.
However, if you consider your time to be precious, I’d advise discarding WorkPockMoney Scheme. It can be a total waste of time.
There are other ways you can make legitimate money online in Nigeria. I covered a few in this post. You should check that out if interested in making money online.
Again, if you consider your time to be precious, it’s in your best interest to stay away from WorkPocketMoney Scheme. If possible, stay away from online schemes. Focus on selling goods or services online rather than looking for quick way to get rich online. Remember, no pain, no gain and if it is too good to be true, it’s most likely not true.