Hello everyone, It’s David here, I hope you are doing well.
Welcome to my Paidwork review article.
Maybe you have been introduced to Paidwork by your friends or colleagues on social media platforms.
Maybe you discovered it directly on Google Play.
But does this app showcase any significant worthiness?
How does it work?
Is it any different from the rest of the survey and “get paid to” platforms?
Does it pay?
More importantly, is it worth your time and effort?
These are the questions we will find out the answers to in this review.
So, let’s dive right in without further ado.
What Is Paidwork?
Paidwork is a reward app that you can download on your Android devices.
It’s been a long time since I last reviewed a “get paid to” app available on Google Play.
Here I am, reviewing it from a participant’s perspective.
Paidwork offers more than just purely rewarding members.
There are various tasks that you could potentially participate in to earn real money as well.
There’s also the very specific in-app referral system that offers everyone the unexpected lucrativeness.
I will discuss it in just a moment.
Unlike some of the very common reward apps, Paidwork does require you to sign up as a new member.
When you launch the app for the first time, it will prompt a registration form for you to fill up all the particulars.
Make sure you fill up all the details correctly as the information you provide will represent your true identity moving forward.
Alternatively, you can also skip the tedious account creation by logging in with an existing Google or Microsoft account.
It’s your personal preference.
All three methods are acceptable by the developer for you to join onboard.
In case you are wondering about the frequency of task offers and their availability,
Paidwork has you covered completely.
Despite its massive popularity of over five million members, an ocean of earning opportunities still awaits you as a new member.
The reason is simple.
This app has partnerships with merchants and product owners from every vertical imaginable globally.
Yeah, you heard that correctly, my friends.
And the app will identify your geographical location during the first launch.
So, many tasks are awaiting you to participate in.
Only the level of willingness will prevent you from participating!
When you enter the app for the first time, this is what it looks like.
As you can see, there are two immediate tasks you need to do to activate your account.
First, you have to verify your registered email address.
Second, you have to pen down more information about yourself.
It’s something like writing a user profile for your social media accounts.
Or the “about me” page if you are a blogger who owns a blog or website.
At the top section, the app will display all your recent earnings based on your local currency.
Remember I mentioned earlier that Paidwork detects your residing country?
Well, it’s the same for your potential earnings.
How Do You Earn With Paidwork?
You know by now that the core trait of Paidwork is the various “get paid to” tasks.
The real meaning of it is that you will be rewarded based on specific tasks that you participate in.
So, let’s discover all the tasks that you could potentially participate in to earn with Paidwork.
Playing games is arguably one of the easiest ways to earn with Paidwork.
The reward calculation is based on USD.
You will be rewarded with $1 for every 100 points earned by playing games.
Also, the app will automatically convert the rate to your local currency.
For example, I live in Malaysia and the app shows me the value of RM4.4 for every 100 points.
To begin playing and earning, simply tap on different game platforms or the hosts.
During my test, there were four hosts.
I randomly picked one and proceeded.
Here are examples of the available games.
Different games have different objectives that you need to accomplish before points are rewarded.
Participate in surveys
At the time of writing, Paidwork has two partners that offer surveys.
Choose either one to begin your participation.
Also, before you begin to participate, there’s a requirement called “profiling”.
This requirement is mandatory and necessary for the system to have a quick grasp of your area of interest, expertise, and other relevant information in an attempt to get to know you better.
That way, the answers and feedback that you provide will be much more valuable to the developers.
Go ahead and complete this process and then all the available surveys will be unlocked for you to participate in.
Also, do remember to go through the “profiling” step slowly and precisely.
Any intention of dishonesty will be flagged by the system and it will result in disqualification.
Besides, if you do this step carefully and honestly, there will be a big chance for you to receive many surveys to participate in based on your profiling inputs.
Online shopping has become a new norm in the current world.
That’s the reason why E-commerce giant and conglomerate such as Amazon is worth 1.05 trillion USD at the time of writing.
Here’s what I mean.
Imagine the hugeness of the entire industry.
Certainly, other companies also want to taste a piece of the pie.
That’s why Paidwork is offering the opportunity to earn by shopping online.
The type of tasks depends on the participating merchants.
Here are some examples during my test.
The rewards depend on the specific type of task.
Easier tasks will reward small rewards.
For example, one of the tasks offers me to download and install an e-commerce marketplace app.
It only rewards six points!
Also, do remember to unsubscribe or cancel the recurring payments if you participate in the “trials and offers” tasks.
These tasks may require you to submit debit or credit card information so that they can bill you after the trial period ends.
Unless you want to continue using the service or products, then, that’s a different scenario.
As naive as it seems, watching videos can be a very boring and unattractive task.
But this activity generates revenues for the app developers.
That’s why Paidwork offers the opportunity to earn points by watching videos.
The type of video content varies and is based on the specific advertising partners.
You can expect to earn one point for every few seconds of video watching time.
It’s fairly reasonable for the easiest task participation.
Refer others to join
I save the most lucrative for the last.
They say exaggerated lucrativeness isn’t entirely a good thing.
I fully agreed.
There must be hidden agendas behind the scenes, right?
Only the developer knows the truth.
How lucrative can it be?
You may ask.
Well, when you refer someone to join the app, you will receive $10 as referral compensation.
Your referred member will also receive a $10 reward.
So, in one complete cycle of one new member entering the “get paid to” arena of Paidwork, the developer has to spend $20 in direct compensation.
Isn’t that completely senseless?
Just imagine if you have big influencing or persuasive skills, it’s not that difficult for you to invite many friends and family members to join Paidwork.
When that scenario happens, how about the potential payouts?
That’s the realistic scenario you have to ponder deeper if you are keen to refer people to join Paidwork.
That’s why I said earlier that exaggerated lucrativeness isn’t necessarily a good thing.
It could spark doubts and uncertainties.
How Do You Get Paid?
When you first join Paidwork, the earning tab will show nothing.
But as you begin to participate in various tasks and reach the withdrawal threshold of $10, the earning section will show up.
Then, you can choose to add your payment details such as your bank account number to the app.
Paidwork offers numerous ways for you to withdraw your in-app earnings.
They are PayPal, Payoneer, and direct bank transfer.
For me, I choose the PayPal method.
It’s the most convenient way for me to redeem the earnings.
You can choose any option based on your needs and preferences.
These are the theory side on the earning redemptions.
How about the real scenario?
Well, if you look carefully, some of the tasks offered by Paidwork can be unsustainable.
For example, the in-app referral rewards.
Its lucrativeness is too good to be true.
I always remind my readers that when something like this happens, extra carefulness is needed to avoid being victimized by unethical individuals.
The Pros – What I like About Paidwork
- Easy to join
- Offer various tasks to participate in
The Cons – What I Dislike About Paidwork
- Questionable real payouts
My Final Thoughts
Overall, Paidwork is another typical “get paid to” app you find on the internet.
It doesn’t have any spectacular traits that distinguish itself from the rest of the packs.
Besides, the reasonable tasks that make sense are limited in point rewards.
When combined with the time needed to complete each of those tasks, Paidwork can be very time-consuming.
The time you spend on the app may not be worth it altogether.
Besides, it could take you an even longer time to receive the real payouts.
Paidwork is completely legitimate.
I’m talking about the time needed to participate in all the tasks offered.
The final rewards may not be worth your time and effort.
So, if you ask my honest opinion, should I join and stick to the app?
My answer is, “it’s completely up to you.”
If you do have the extra time, Paidwork does offer the opportunity to earn a few cups of coffee here and there.
Now, if you ask me, David, are there much better alternatives to earn money online?
Well, the answer is yes, there are.
I highly suggest you check out my Freecash review, it’s a detailed article on everything about the platform, specifically the earning parts.
Freecash is arguably one of the best rewarding platforms in the world.
It’s phenomenal in every aspect, and more importantly, there are plethoras of ways to earn coins that are redeemable for lots of rewards including cash withdrawals.
Additionally, I also encourage you to check out my PrizeRebel review.
It’s also my top recommendation when it comes to generating extra income online.
You can participate in various tasks such as surveys to kickstart your earning journey.
So, I hope you found this review article helpful and informative.
Have you installed Paidwork?
How was your participation experience?
Have you received any real payouts?
Share your thoughts in the comment box below.