Hi and welcome to my AllWorkJob Review.
You’re probably looking into AllWorkJob because you’re thinking that it’s a legit way to earn money. Well, I’m glad you’re doing your research first because I used to skip the research part in things like this when I was just starting.
It’s really good to do your homework because I, for one, have already experienced numerous scams. It’s not a good feeling to think you’re making money and then not get paid in the end. That sucks big time!
So, if you’re considering AllWorkJob, please stay with me and I’ll help you decide if this program is for you. If you’re in desperate need of money, I get it. I've been there too. Please read on…
I’ll talk about these things in my review:
- What is AllWorkJob
- Is AllWorkJob.com a Scam?
- How Does AllWorkJob Work?
- Reviews and Complaints
- What I Like About AllWorkJob.com
- What I Don’t Like
- Where Do You Go From Here?
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for AllWorkJob. This review has been researched with information and/or testimonials that are available online in the public domain. Any recommendations and/or conclusions are strictly opinions and may not apply to, or agree with, all persons or situations. See full disclaimer for more info
What Is AllWorkJob?
I checked on AllWorkJob.com’s official website to see what it’s all about. Unfortunately, the site owners didn’t really give a lot of information about their background and the nature of their business. In fact, you won’t even find any detail about the people behind it.
The site is very clear about their services though. They provide work/jobs and registered users can log in and earn money through their site.
Well, I went inside and checked it out… And I can say that they’re offering pretty easy jobs with good pay. You can even make a hundred dollars (more or less) just by filling in forms and doing copy/paste type stuff.
But is it legit?
I can already smell a scam, but let’s investigate further just to be sure.
And.. if AllWorkJob is already sounding a little shady, you can also earn some money doing things like online surveys. Not all survey sites are legit though, but Survey Junkie for example, or Inbox Dollars are two of the better ones that will pay you for your opinion and doing small tasks online.
They won't make you rich of course, but they're an easy way to get started online and can even be a stepping stone to something more serious like an online business.
You may be at home because of health difficulties or children to look after and if that’s the case, an income you can earn from home is what you want. Knowing how and where to get started the right way though is what you need in order to get what you want.
Is AllWorkJob.com a Scam?
I want you to look at the red flags I found in this review, and then we’ll decide together if AllWorkJob.com is a scam, ok?
Red Flag #1 – There’s no About Page
I already mentioned this a moment ago but the site doesn’t provide any information about its creators, staff, CEO etc. There's also no information about the company history or background.
I smell something fishy here.
Red Flag #2 – Unprofessional-looking website design
I’ve seen a lot of legit sites and they don’t look like this. AllWorkJob’s site is full of grammatical and spelling errors – and they’re more than just typos!
This is not a very good sign!
Red Flag #3 – Weird Terms and Conditions Page (which they call T&C, by the way)
And again, you’ll find a lot of grammatical and spelling errors.
No, this is not proof they are a scam. But it is another red flag that points us in that direction and questions the legitimacy of this site.
Red Flag #4 – The Plans
When you join AllWorkJob, you’ll be given 2 choices – whether to go for the free plan or the paid plan.
For the free plan, you’ll be required to report every second day. According to their rules, you can’t be gone for more than 48 hours. So, if you forget to sign in after 48 hours and 1 second, your account will be automatically deleted and all your earnings will be gone as well.
That's ridiculous. There are legitimate reasons to have free and paid options, but cancelling all your earnings as "punishment" for not logging in? C'mon! That's crazy!
So obviously their paid plan is a lot more lenient. In fact, you can be gone for 20 days and your account will still remain active.
But they still want to "punish" you for not signing in within 20 days by keeping your earnings. This is not something a legit site would do.
This section of their terms and conditions (like all section of their terms and conditions) reads as if it was written by complete amateurs...
You can take 48 hour continious leave only. If you will take more then 48 hour leave continious then your account can be disable without any notification. This is our client requirement that they want regular work from their freelancer. If you are doing free job then for emergency case only you can take 48 hour leave.
In paid plan there are no any restriction like that. In paid plan you can take leave according to yourself. Just you have to give minimum work in 30 days. In paid plan you can do 30 days work in 10 days also. And can take 20 days leave also.
We could pick this entire thing apart, but just those last couple sentences are bad enough.
What does "In paid plan you can do 30 days work in days also" mean?
Followed by "And can take 20 days leave also" while the first sentence in the paragraph suggests there are no restrictions. I say suggests, because with grammar like "there are no any restriction like that" it's difficult to understand what they are trying to say.
Needless to say, we can interpret their overall message here. They’re encouraging people to get their paid plan and making their free plan VERY difficult.
At this point, let me just tell you that I’ve already seen a lot of scams and asking for money on a "job" board type website like this is usually the ultimate proof they are a scam.
But let’s continue, shall we?
Red Flag #5 – Confusing founding dates
If you look at the bottom part of their homepage, you’ll see that it says: Copyright 2018.
Now, when I looked at their T&C page, it says at the bottom: Copyright 2012-2017.
I also checked on their domain – and found out that it was registered on February 22, 2017.
All this conflicting information implies they’re lying! And lying is obviously not a good sign, right?
Red Flag #6 – The AllWorkJob name
I have a feeling that AllWorkJob is trying to deceive people into thinking that they’re related to (or they actually are) the AllWork business. AllWork is a legit job marketplace/site with good reviews, and its headquartered in New York.
All Work Job (at allworkjob.com) on the other hand is anything but legit.
Looking at AllWorkJob’s copyright signature on their homepage, I also noticed they have AllWork’s (AW) sign included there as well. Coincidence? I think not.
Red Flag #7 – No Social Media presence
For something that was established anywhere from 2012 to 2018, it’s unusual for a business entity to not have an online presence.
In the case of AllWorkJob.com, all I found was their official website. They don’t have a Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn page, nor do they have a YouTube channel.
This is not a "smoking gun" or proof they are a scam. No website or company is required to have a social media presence. When added to all the other red flags though, it suggests that something deceptive is going on here…
Red Flag #8 – Questionable Registration process
OK, so I tried registering to AllWorkJob.com just to see what it’s all about. I used a fake (unregistered email) [email protected] and a random password yyyyyyyyyyyy just to see if it’s going to be easy to get in.
Well, I was immediately granted access to their program. Yes, just like that, they did not even require an email confirmation.
Again, on it's own there's nothing particularly wrong with not requiring a confirmation. If you were simply subscribing to something or downloading a freebie of some kind for example...it's normal.
But, you're supposed to be registering with a legit company here, and while a confirmation step is certainly not necessary (and there are many legit companies that don't require it), in the presence of all the other red flags, it's just one more thing that points in the wrong direction.
I’m sure I've missed some other red flags, but with all these negative indicators, what do you think?
Me, I'm leaning firmly in the direction that AllWorkJob is a scam.
How Does AllWorkJob Work?
- Form filling jobs
- Copy/paste jobs
- Ad posting
- Offline data entry
- Online data entry
- Facebook jobs
- Whatsapp jobs
- SMS sending
- Email sending
- Email reading
- Phone calling
- Virtual Assistance jobs
- AND MORE!
Imagine that… jobs that are appealing to people looking for home-based jobs (part time or full time)!
Unfortunately, AllWorkJob is less like a legit job site and more like AOJ Online Jobs which is also shady.
Steps to Making Money with AllWorkJob
I really don’t recommend that you perform these steps, but I just want you to see how easy it is to earn money from AllWorkJob (how you’re "supposed" to earn money, that is).
1. Register to their site
2. Log in.
3. Perform jobs/tasks for 30 days (meanwhile, all your earnings are recorded in your account).
4. After 30 days, submit your work for checking.
5. Wait for 5 to 10 days to get your money.
6. Wait… and wait… and wait…
And after you're done waiting... you won’t get any money or any response from them after performing the above steps (sorry).
This is a common tactic that scams use to do things like generate traffic to sites (where they keep all the profits) and to collect data like emails and passwords.
When making money online it's important to identify sites that are well established and have been around awhile.
Of course, we're not talking about a full-time income with online surveys, but if you've never made money online before, they can be a good place to start.
For something more significant, an online business may be what you're looking for.
Making money from home might be important because of medical issues, children to look after, or maybe you're just tired of your job.
If that’s the case, knowing how (and where) to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.
AllWorkJob Reviews and Complaints
Surprisingly, not many people are complaining about AllWorkJob. In fact, it’s quite hard to find complaints on the internet – and of course, positive reviews are non-existent as well (I didn’t find any). However, I did find a lot of people asking if it’s legit or if it’s a scam.
I also found some reviews on YouTube, from people who’ve tried to make money with AllWorkJob…
There’s also this complaint on Quora.com…
So, although there are not many reviews, the ones you will find are calling it fake and a scam.
What I Like About AllWorkJob.com
As with other scams I've found online, I can’t find anything to like about AllWorkJob.com.
Oh, wait! I think I like that they’re easy to spot as scammers! 😉
What I Don't Like
- Absence of details about the program’s creators
- Unprofessional-looking site
- Confusing startup date
- Unreasonable requirement (48 hours of inactivity) for the free plan
- Their paid plan will only benefit them
- They don’t pay
- They’re scamming people
Where Do You Go From Here?
I know we’re the same. When we work a job, we expect to get paid.
We don’t work to get scammed, and we don’t like being scammed.
With AllWorkJob, they’ll just lead you on and make you think that you’re goint to get paid for the work you do. But they won’t.
It has become one of their techniques (scammers’ techniques) to make it seem like you’re earning money because you can see your account being credited. It has happened to me before and I spent a lot of time earning money (one dollar at a time) – and then I didn’t get paid. All of a sudden, I couldn’t sign in to my account. That was a nightmare!
If you want to earn money, look for legit sites and gigs, but I'd stay away from AllWorkJob. It will only hurt, and it'll waste your time (and money, if you go for their paid plan). They’re not going to give you money-paying jobs and I know you don’t want to work for free. It’s obvious that they’re the only ones making money from their site!
In fact, I may consider changing the title of this review to AllWorkJob – Scam or Scam, lol... because in my opinion, it’s 100% a scam.
That doesn't mean you can't make money online.
You might be a single parent at home or dealing with a medical issue. You may just be sick and tired of your job.
If that's the case, an online business is what you want.
With all the scams and schemes out there though, knowing how and where to get started the right way is what you need in order to get what you want.
Sites like Survey Junkie will pay you for your opinion and Inbox Dollars offers rewards for doing things like playing games, visiting websites and even just searching the web with their search toolbar.
Of course they won't make you rich, but if you've never made money online before, they can be a good first step to bigger things down the road.
Again, if something bigger is what you want, an online business might be what you're looking for.
I hope my AllWorkJob review has been helpful and if you have any comments, questions, or experience with AllWorkJob, please share in the comments section below.