Welcome to my review on Minijobz.com. I’m sure many of you are wondering whether this is a scam or legit site to start making money. Well, you have definitely come to the right place. In this review, I will explain to you everything you need to know about minijobs.com and ultimately whether it’s a good option to invest your time in.
Alright without further ado, let’s get into things right away.
Owner: Kishore vengala???
Price: Free to join
What is Minijobz.com all about?
Minijobz.com is a micro job site that pays you money for completing simple tasks. Registering with minijobz.com is free. All you have to do is enter your name, password, email address, captcha and they will send you a verification link to your email address. Once you have verified your account, you can immdediately start earning with minijobz.com.
You will get a registration bonus $1 credited to your account instantly. However, you can’t withdraw this funds just yet. You will need to reach a minimum of $5 before you can request for withdrawal through either PayPal or Payza.
This domain minijobz.com has been around for quite some time. To be more specific, it was registered on the 29th of March 2010 and has been updated to stay up till 29th Match 2017. It is registered under a person named called Kishore vengala from India who could possibly be the owner of this website.
Inside the member’s area, you will see different jobs for you to complete. Above is a snippet of some of the jobs available currently. On top, you will be able to select the specific type of job you prefer to do whether it is micro jobs, PTC jobs or service/product exchange jobs.
Ideally, you would want to complete all the jobs available to you because the more you do the more you can earn.
You will notice that all the jobs don’t pay out an equal amount. Yes, the amount you earn depends on the difficulty of the tasks. Slightly harder or longer time requirement tasks will pay you more compared to other simpler ones.
On the right-hand corner, you can see that there is something called the “done” column. Basically, what it means is the number of people who have completed the task. Jobs, like doing a simple Google search and clicking on something, has a better response compared to downloading files or mobile apps.
Some things to take note off…
(1) Need Proof Requirements
When you complete a job, you will be required to meet some proof requirements before you task gets validated and earnings get approved.
Let’s take a look at one of the above examples:
Task – “Google: Horsky themarker Search and Click”
As you can see from the above image, this is what the page will look like once you click on the specific job. They will tell you exactly what to do(although I don’t understand what some of it means) and how to go about getting the proofs that you have completed the tasks. If you are comfortable with the job, you can accept it right below.
(2) Success Rate is important
The success rate is going to determine your reputation in this website. When you accept a task, you will have to complete it. Not completing or giving fake proof will lower your success rate every time. You will have to maintain a success rate of over 25% to complete tasks or withdraw funds automatically.
In short, if you want to continue earning money from this site, you will have to complete the tasks you accepted diligently. If you think you can’t, don’t accept them in the first place.
However, if you think that the employer has mistakenly rejected your task, you can always contact support and they would be able to investigate on the proofs you have sent.
(3) Charged 20% transaction fee for beginners
As a basic member, you will be charged a 20% fee for both withdrawal and deposits. In order for you to avoid this, you will have to invite a minimum of 30 friends to minijobz.com. You will have a referral link for you to share. Whenever someone joins through that link, they will automatically be counted as 1 friend.
If you are thinking about committing long term to minijobz.com, I suggest the first thing you do is get this part here solved because 20% fee is quite a lot of money to give away knowing that they mostly pay pennies for each task.
(4) Lots of negative comments from past members
I looked around on other websites and forums and noticed that there are quite a lot of negative comments about minijobz.com. Some complaints are the support is very poor taking weeks or months to reply or in some cases don’t even respond at all.
Some previous members also mentioned that they didn’t get paid once they requested for withdrawal.
My Final Thoughts
Personally, if you were to ask me, I will never recommend minijobz.com in the first place. It seems there is too many going on here. Their website itself has been updated in a long time. If you go all the way to the bottom it still shows copyright 2012. Here we are in 2017, and they didn’t even bother to make those changes.
Apart from that the amount of money you can possibly make isn’t really much. There are limited tasks for you and almost all the tasks pay out pennies. It could take months for you to cash out your first $5. I’m sure nobody wants to earn $5 every 3 months or so. It probably wouldn’t even be enough to cover the expenses for the electricity you used during this period.
Nothing can be worst than completing a task only to realize that you don’t get paid at the end. I’m not surprised if you encounter that because they have been many complaints from past members with regards to this.
I’m sure that there are much better things out there than pays you more for your time.
Final Verdict: Not Recommended
I have come to the end of my review on minijobz.com. I hope by now you have a better understanding of whether it’s worth committing to a site like those. Those of you who have tried are welcomed to share your experience below.