How does InfluEarn work?
But more importantly, will it work at all?
To be honest, I’m amazed with how the platform is presented in both the inside and outside.
It looks beautiful, and it appears very lucrative and promising.
With that said, does this mean InfluEarn is a totally legit site? I don’t think so.
In this modern era of Internet age, we can’t help but take into account the sheer amount of junk on the Web.
Online scams and poor-quality programs are spreading faster than ever.
And nothing’s keeping InfluEarn from falling into that category!
Truth be told, my findings about this work-at-home site will reveal an uneasy truth about its integrity and ability to make you real money online.
I shall explain InfluEarn in more detail in this review, so hop along if you’re curious to discover the complete story.
Verdict: Not Recommended
What is InfluEarn?
InfluEarn allows you to earn cash by working on tasks, as well as recommending InfluEarn to your friends.
‘Influ’ in the name means influencer while ‘Earn’ is earning.
Put together, it means influencer earnings or the ability to make money by influencing others using social media.
In fact, you’ll get a whopping $20 for every person you convinced to join.
Also, you can earn around $10 to $20 per task you’ve completed.
And as a bonus, you’ll get $25 when you sign up for a new account, which is totally free.
Is the founder generous enough that he’ll give everyone free money? That he’ll pay a freakin’ lot for simple tasks?
Let’s investigate further.
What Does InfluEarn Have In Store For You?
Creating an InfluEarn account is free.
Just type in your email address, first & last name, username, password, then you’re good to go.
Then after signing up, you’ll land on this good-looking dashboard:
Also, you’ll receive a welcome message from InfluEarn telling you what to do next:
Your personal sponsor link will show up which you can then promote in order to get paid.
What’s weird however, is why it mentions $2 per click on your link and only $10 for every sign up you’ve referred to InfluEarn.
Originally, it should be 20 bucks, right? Why are the numbers inconsistent?
Moving on, everything you need to operate and work on this platform can be found in the menu on the left.
Refer & Earn is where you’ll come and grab your personal sponsor link to promote to others.
$30 Task Wall is the place where you can find tasks to make money from other than recruiting referrals. Again, it’s an inconsistent part of the website coz’ you can get paid from 10 dollars up to a whopping 100 dollars!
Promotional Posts is filled with beautiful banners to choose from if you want to promote on social media.
YouTube Submission helps you upload your own YouTube video in order to promote InfluEarn via YouTube. Plus, you can get paid $50 just to place your video even if you don’t get referrals.
Instagram Submission guides you on how to promote your link on Instagram.
Facebook Submission will help you post and get referrals on Facebook.
Twitter Submission will guide you in promoting using Twitter.
Rewards Center is the place for getting tangible rewards (mostly accessories & gadgets) once you’ve accumulated a certain number of points inside the InfluEarn platform.
My Account is where you can manage important data regarding your account, as well as set your payment method.
Payments (not seen in the screenshot) is where you can monitor the payments you’re getting either from referrals or tasks.
Cashout (not seen in the screenshot) is where you can schedule the transfer of your earnings in case you’re itching to get paid.
Help (not seen in the screenshot) is the FAQ section of InfluEarn and is where you can get a little bit of help when you have a question.
All in all, your income will mainly come from promoting InfluEarn to people on social media, or from doing simple tasks such as filling out surveys, testing apps, or playing games.
And we gotta’ admit, the payouts in the program are lucrative compared to normal work-at-home sites out there.
Which leads us to this important question: Does InfluEarn work?
Verdict: Does InfluEarn Have What It Takes to Earn You Money?
At the end of the day, all that matters is whether InfluEarn is legit, am I right?
That it doesn’t scam you of your precious time and effort!
However, sad to say, there’s no hope for people working on InfluEarn.
InfluEarn is a BAD place to go to if you’re serious about making money online.
I. Misleading Creation Date
As exciting as the stats might show, I’ve got reason to believe that they’re all FAKE.
Like for instance, I circled the far right which claims it’s already 2 years in business.
So it must mean InfluEarn began in 2017, right?
You see, I took a closer look at InfluEarn.com’s domain age. Thanks to a tool called Whois Lookup (try it yourself).
Since it tells the ‘real age’ of a website, I’m surprised to discover that InfluEarn and its domain only got registered in May 2019 (a few months old).
Now, how can a social media earning site like InfluEarn grow to a whopping 300,000+ members and have already paid 102 million to members in just a short time?
It should be famous and trending by now, don’t you think?
II. Faceless Testimonials That Look Made Up
It seems like Michael Cross, Philip Nohan, and Dana M. made whopping amounts of money inside InfluEarn.
And now, they’re enjoying life more than ever with the newly-found money!
My question then is: “Is there a way to confirm their stories?”
They don’t even have faces in their testimonials, which is the very thing that tells me they’re human.
I also don’t see any contact information in case I want to verify their stories and ask for more proofs.
Now if I may ask you, would you believe these testimonials yourself?
I mean seriously, they’re just regular paragraphs fabricated to look real. Any storyteller could have invented these statements!
Even I can testify to how much InfluEarn changed my life and how it helped pay for my bills which I used to have no hopes of paying! (See what I did there?)
My point: Don’t believe any testimonial if you can’t confirm its validity.
III. Tasks Ask For Sensitive Information
It’s nice that InfluEarn provides opportunities to make good money with tasks.
But if it requires you to input important information, would you still bite it?
In my case, I was asked for my mobile number (which you can see below).
No big deal?
Now, what if besides getting your phone number, you’ll be asked to allow desktop notifications so it can bombard you with more messages, would you still finish the task?
And oh, didn’t I tell you that you’re already in the founder’s email list simply by becoming a member of InfluEarn?
When you typed in your important information upon creating a new account, are you aware with where your info is taken?
Look, you might have earned money from tasks, but if it cost your precious privacy, it’s almost similar to getting ripped off.
IV. Payment Proofs Are Super Familiar to Me
I can give you more reasons to be skeptical with InfluEarn.
One aspect that I can show to you is regarding payment proofs.
They look perfectly legit, right?
But what if I showed you that a website named Eazy Dollars also has the same proof…
Look carefully, even the dialogues are exactly the same!
As far as I know, no two work-at-home opportunities could accomplish such feat (it’s a super rare occurrence).
But what if I showed you three…
As you can see, Paid 4 Clout has the exact same proof when it comes to the $320 check.
So what’s going on here?
Having seen the big picture myself, InfluEarn is no different from over a dozen websites I’ve reviewed in the past, such as:
- Viral Pay
- Viral Dollars
- Viral Bucks
- Notion Cash
- Kids Have Money
- Money Rewards
- Clout Bucks
- Referral Pay
- Viral Market
- Clout Pay
- Paid 4 Clout
- Cash For Kids
- Eazy Dollars
They’re all social media influencer platforms which are ‘referral schemes’ at their core.
They also offer tasks for members who despise spamming links on social media.
I often wonder, why are there so many of these websites on the Web?
It’s as if the founder is resetting and abandoning the old ones in order to establish newer ones. Instead of growing a ‘brand’ and just establishing ONE company.
I won’t be surprised, since here’s the most important truth…
V. Cashing Out Is IMPOSSIBLE With InfluEarn
Yes, $10 per recruit is a nice amount considering you joined InfluEarn for free. The bonus $2 for clicks incentivizes you further.
Getting paid $10 up to a whopping $100 for doing super simple tasks even makes the program very lucrative.
And let’s not forget the $50 bonus just by uploading a convincing YouTube video.
Unfortunately, all the excitement ends here. Especially when you realize that you need a minimum of $250 to qualify for cashing out…
And at least 10 tasks fulfilled in InfluEarn’s Task Wall:
And even if you’ve gotten the required amount the system asks of you, I have high doubts you’ll get paid at all.
That’s because the previous social media work sites had a nasty track record of not paying their members at all.
How? By accusing members of getting fraud stats:
Or, by programming the system to never reach the required amount of tasks (in the case of Eazy Dollars):
Regardless, it’s safe to say that the founder behind these sites is simply creating an ‘alibi’ in order not to pay you.
If you’re persistent and annoying the admins so much, you could get your account deleted!
VI. No Founder Behind InfluEarn
From Viral Pay up to InfluEarn, I’ve got a strong reason to believe they were all founded by one and the same creator.
And in case you wanna’ complain and bring down the founder, you can’t.
That’s because he never revealed himself in any of the dozen social media opportunities he created.
If you’ve been a frequent reader of my reviews, you’ll know that I’m strongly against work or biz opportunities that don’t have a legit founder running it.
That is, one with a real identity & face, decent online profile, and some platform where he or she is providing value (like a blog or YouTube channel).
Clearly, InfluEarn doesn’t fit in that category, and it scares me a lot that I DON’T RECOMMEND the site to you.
Bottomline: If you want to work from home and use social media to earn money online, don’t use InfluEarn. It doesn’t respect your privacy and is only up because it promises you big payouts.
Payouts that are NEVER even real in the first place!
Look, I’ve seen legit sites and made decent money from some (such as Toluna and Amazon Mechanical Turk). They may pay lower than InfluEarn, but they do work and never pose serious threats to your privacy.
They keep things regulated to ensure that your work is clean and you get paid the amount you deserve.
Want to Have “Real Influence” That Builds You Great Wealth?
Now, work opportunities don’t pay much…
Compared to what I’m doing right now.
But I won’t lie to you, my method requires a lot of work and consistency to build up right from the start.
It’s not for those looking to get urgent cash as soon as possible.
You see, my way of making money online involves building my influence first on the Internet by providing value and sharing my expertise at no cost.
Once I’ve established my credibility, that’s when my wealth starts to skyrocket.
So far, I’m happy with the results.
And who knows how much they could still grow in the future?
Now, if you’re a guy or gal who’s not in a hurry for money, then this might work for you.
The reward? The sky is the limit, my friend!
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Do you think InfluEarn is a place worth working at? Or do you agree with me that it’s a total waste of time and energy? Comment below and let’s talk about InfluEarn in more depth.