Hello and welcome to my PaidNova Review!
Today is the moment of truth for PaidNova.com, because I will reveal ALL 🙂
I know a lot of people dream of making money online – you know, with just a computer and internet connection. And if you’re using WiFi, you can literally work from anywhere.
PaidNova says with their site, you can do just that. In fact, they say you can "get rich fast."
I'm sure you've heard that before, right?
They also say they’re "the only legit Influencer Network that can make you rich."
They make it sound so easy, you can't help but want to get in (and do whatever it takes to get rich quick). But is PaidNova legit? I mean, if they are, I want in too!
So let's dive in together and find out if PaidNova is a scam (and if so, why?).
I know you want it to be true. I get it, I'd like it to be true as well. If you’re a student, you could obviously use more money, right? If you’re an employee with overwhelming responsibilities, an extra income would go a long way.
Let’s see, Paid Nova says you can earn $300 a day. Wow, sounds great... but before we get excited and rejoice, let’s first make sure you’ll really get your money and that you won’t be just wasting your time.
I’m going to cover the following in this review:
- What is PaidNova?
- Is PaidNova a Scam?
- How Does PaidNova Work?
- Reviews and Complaints
- What I Like About PaidNova
- What I Don’t Like About It
- Where Do You Go From Here?
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for PaidNova. 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 PaidNova?
According to PaidNova, they’re the #1 Influencer Network today. And they also say they’re the only legit influencer network that can make you rich.
Wow – those are impressive credentials. But seriously, it's easy to toot your own horn, right?
Note that PaidNova is saying this about themselves, no one else is.
I'm not hearing about PaidNova among real influencers. I'm not hearing about them on the evening news, and I'm guessing you're not either.
Of course, we hear about the real big influencer/social media networks like Facebook, Instragram and Twitter all the time.
In fact, if you're reading this review it's likely this is the first time you've ever heard of PaidNova. If legit sites like Wikipedia or Google were saying these extraordinary things about them, I’d find it more believable.
But of course, they are not... which in my opinion is a big red flag. Especially considering the outrageous claims they're making.
Anyway, all they’re asking from you to earn money (and become rich), is to sign up on their site and do certain tasks. Don’t worry, the tasks are very easy (too easy in fact), and according to them you’ll immediately and easily accumulate money in your PaidNova account.
The question is if you’ll actually get paid…
They won't make you rich and they don't make the crazy claims PaidNova does (like making $300/day), but they're REAL. They can also be a stepping stone to something more serious down the road like an online business.
You may be at home because of difficulties with your health for example, or young ones to look after.
If that’s the case and a full-time income online is what you want, knowing how and where to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.
Is PaidNova a Scam?
Like so many make-money-online systems, it comes to this. Are they a scam?
As I stated earlier, I'd love PaidNova to be legit. I really would. But unfortunately, there are some serious red flags pointing to PaidNova being a scam.
As you'll see below, PaidNova is not unique. In fact, they appear to be suspiciously similar to an entire network of known scams, so let's jump right in and uncover these red flags.
Red Flag #1 – The Owners are Unknown
First, I'd like you to consider what PaidNova is claiming here.
Make $300/day and get rich fast!
Three hundred dollars a day is just over $100,000 a year. A six-figure income!
According to USA Today, some examples of a six-figure careers are medical professionals, executives, airline pilots, lawyers, engineers and construction managers to name a few...
None of these are entry level positions, and all of them require an extensive education (not to mention countless hours of effort reaching and keeping those positions).
So when a site like PaidNova comes around and says they have a six-figure income for you which requires very little effort and no experience, it's either BS... or it's a ground-breaking innovation with the potential to reshape our entire economy and solve global issues like hunger and poverty.
I mean... a six-figure income with no experience and no requirements (other than a device of some kind and an internet connection) would literally bring many developing nations into the global community of high consumption importers.
In other words, PaidNova would not only be life changing for individuals, it would be life changing on a global scale, and yet... we have no idea who the creators are. No founders, no CEO's, no executives...
A company with no apparent founder, or one that deliberately hides their identities (particularly when making such extreme claims), is a strong indication it's a scam. Scammers always hide so that you won’t be able to check their background (reputation) and their online presence.
Now, it's not a smoking gun by any means. Even famous musicians, actors and writers have been known to use pen names and pseudonyms to maintain some semblance of privacy. But the creators of PaidNova are not even doing that.
Red Flag #2 – Fake Founding Date
It says in PaidNova’s official site that the company was founded in 2015. It says so on their About Page…
Well, that’s a big fat lie. The truth is, PaidNova was only registered on October 30, 2019.
Note that this is just one of their many lies. And needless to say, it’s a bad sign. Especially when you consider all of these lies and outrageous claims together.
Red Flag#3 – Fake Proof of Payment Dates
Remember, PaidNova officially started on October 30, 2019. However, the proof of payment they showed on their site carried dates before October 30, 2019. How is that possible?
Something’s going on here, that’s for sure (and it’s not good).
Red Flag #4 – Fake Social Media Icons
PaidNova has Social Media links on their site, which is good. However, when you click on the social media icons, you’ll discover that they’ll just take you to their Homepage.
The truth is, they don’t have any social media presence. As the #1 Social Media Influencer network, that’s just weird!
If I had to place a bet, I'd definitely put money on them as the #1 Influencer network being a flat-out lie.
In fact, I don't think they're anything close to being #1 at anything. As we discovered above, the domain name paidnova.com was only registered on Oct 30th of 2019. That's not much time to achieve greatness as they claim.
Red Flag#5 – PaidNova is a Clone of KashTree?
Now the real red flags are waving...
When you look at the FAQs section of PaidNova, it looks suspiciously like another site called KashTree. As you can see in the screenshots below, they’re exactly the same.
That’s because they’re clones of the same thing and the same people are behind them. The red flag here is that KashTree is a proven scam site!
Red Flag#6 – PaidNova is a Clone of PaidLeaf?
It doesn't stop at KashTree. I investigated the proof of payments on PaidNova’s site and found them using samples from a site called PaidLeaf.
Aside from the obvious, why would that be a red flag?
Well, it’s because PaidLeaf is also a scam. They’re basically another clone site and again, the same people are behind them.
Red Flag #7 – PaidNova is a Clone of LiteBucks?
Remember earlier when I said Paid Nova suspiciously resembles an entire network of scams?
While still on PaidNova’s Payment Proof page, I noticed they used content and referenced yet another scam site called LiteBuck’s (circled in the screenshot below).
Could this mean that PaidNova is a clone of LiteBucks and they forgot to edit the details? Probably.
Or they just figured it didn't matter because like all their other copy-cat scams, they'd get what they needed from the scam and shut it down before anyone noticed.
Red Flag #8 – PaidNova a Clone of Paid4Clout?
I found sections of PaidNova that looked exactly like the Paid4Clout site. It is therefore safe to assume that they’re a straight up clone of that site too (again, by the same people).
And guess what?
Not only does Paid4Clout ALSO claim to the #1 Influencer Network helping you leverage social media into cash like PaidNova does, it has also been exposed as a scam.
And, people have already voiced their complaints about Paid4Clout on Trustpilot. Just see for yourself what people are saying about Paid4Clout now (below)… and I guarantee you, soon you’ll be seeing the same complaints about PaidNova.
Red Flag #9 – Fake Testimonials
As if all their lies and fakeries are not enough, they also lied about their "Happy Members Testimonials".
Just look at May K. (the lady who supposedly earned $57K+). She’s actually a model for braided hair (according to Google, and I'll believe Google over PaidNova).
Red Flag #10 – YouTube Videos for $50?
Just so you know, all these sister clone/scam sites are “paying” $50 per YouTube video uploaded. So I can understand why people are doing it.
Who doesn't want an extra fifty bucks for a quick and simple YouTube video?
But just think about it… who would pay $50 for YouTube videos with 20 seconds of darkness or 2 minutes of low-quality sound? Those are the types of videos I found (so far) on PaidNova. It just doesn’t make any sense…
And if we go one step further, why would they need more than a couple dozen videos anyway?
If PaidNova were really paying $50 to everyone who signed up and created a quick YouTube video, they'd have thousands (if not tens of thousands) of videos.
How many people do you know that scroll through and watch tens of thousands of videos that all say the same thing?
And yet, PaidNova says they're paying $50 for each one. That's hundreds of thousands of dollars for videos that'll never be seen because they're buried so deep in YouTube's search results no one will ever see them.
I believe this is just another one of their lies and manipulative tactics.
They'd like you (and me) to believe they're going to pay us $50 to promote them on YouTube, but believe me, just like their sister scams KashTree, PaidLeaf and Paid4Clout, they won’t pay you!
Those are all scams, and PaidNova is a scam? Based on every one of those copy-cat sites and all the red flags above, I have no hesitation making that claim. I can say they’re 100% a scam.
They don't pay the crazy "global economy changing" amounts that Paid Nova claims to pay... but these are real sites that will pay you for your efforts. Not a lot of money, but it's real money.
For something more significant, an online business may be what you're looking for.
Making money from home might be something you need because of medical issues, children to look after, or maybe you're just tired of working for a boss.
If that’s the case, knowing how (and where) to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.
How Does PaidNova Work?
I’ll tell you how PaidNova is supposed to work and then how they really work...
How PaidNova is Supposed to Work
According to PaidNova (and their clone scam sites), it works like this:
- Register on their site and get paid $25 upon signup. The $25 is automatically credited to your account.
- You’ll be asked to perform certain tasks to earn money. You’ll find a task wall with a list of tasks such as promoting the site (you’ll be given a unique referral link), creating YouTube videos, answering surveys, joining contests, creating accounts, downloading and installing apps, etc.
What’s appealing about these tasks is that they’re very easy.
You’ll earn $2 when someone clicks on your link (that’s $2 per click). And when someone signs up through your referral link, you’ll get $10 (per signup). I already told you about creating YouTube videos (for $50).
Downloading and installing apps will usually earn you $30 (per app). Their other tasks are just as easy – it’s really easy money, that’s why you can get rich quickly IF ONLY IT WERE TRUE.
- All your earnings are accumulated in your account (including your $25 signup bonus).
- Getting your payment – now this is the tricky part.
Their minimum withdrawal amount is $200, so you’ll need to accumulate at least that much money in your account first. But here’s the real problem: you won’t be able to withdraw your money.
When you finally hit that $200 (or more) balance, they’ll either make excuses on why they can’t pay you (such as finding fraudulent clicks on your referral link) or you simply won’t be able to log into your account.
I’ve already seen these things happen again and again, and I think there’s a greater chance you just won’t hear from them. They really won’t bother replying to your messages and I’m quite sure they also faked their contact information.
To give you an idea of what's going on with PaidNova, look at the screenshots below. These are comments from yet another one of their scams - people who were victimized by Tap2Earn.
How PaidNova Actually Works...
So here we are... how PaidNova REALLY works:
- They’ll get your information (name, email, and password).
- They’ll get you to promote them by promising you the moon and the stars. And when you promote them (and get people to visit their site), they’ll get more people’s information (names and emails).
- They’ll make money by selling your information (name and email) to third parties (we don’t know who they are and what they’ll do with your details).
- They’ll bring you harm. They can do this in many different ways… they can use your email and password combination to hack into your accounts, for one. They can also send you viruses and malware (through downloading and installing the apps on your task wall).
The sad thing about all this is that these clone sites usually disappear when they’re exposed as scams.
And then, they just get re-branded and show up again later on. So be very careful, and if you can warn others about this, fewer people will be victimized in the long run.
PaidNova Reviews and Complaints
At the time of this writing, PaidNova is just barely 3 weeks old. It doesn’t have negative reviews yet as this is the time when people are just starting to promote it and going on the belief they’re making money (not knowing they won’t be able to withdraw their earnings).
Below, I took some screenshots of the reviews real people have made on KashTree (as mentioned above, one of their other sister clone/scam site that's been around a little longer). For sure, people will be saying the same things about PaidNova (in a couple of months from now).
What I Like About PaidNova
If I had to come up with one thing, I'd say that I...
... wait, I'm thinking.
No seriously, still thinking...
Nope! I've got nothing.
What I Don't Like
- The lies.
- Fake proof of payment.
- Fake testimonials.
- PaidNova is a clone of other scam sites.
- They won’t pay you.
- It’s a waste of time.
- They’ll get your hopes up (about getting rich quickly) and then break your heart (when you can’t withdraw your money).
Where Do You Go From Here?
I know you want to make money online and sites like PaidNova only build you up and then crush your dreams.
These things happen and I know how you feel. I’ve been scammed before by something like this and it really hurt. The time I got scammed was when I needed money the most, which made it so frustrating.
Scammers prey on our desire for money, for a better life. They take advantage of our desperate desires to escape a job we hate and spend more time with the people we love.
It makes us vulnerable to their attractive (too good to be true) offers. But it’s not your fault.
And, in addition to the broken dreams, the real damage these scams do is cause you to put you on the defense. You may miss out on real opportunities because you assume everything is a scam. This is an extremely dangerous thing for them to do with wide-speeping consequences.
You might be a student in school or a single parent at home and in real need of something legit. You may have health challenges that make regular work difficult. Maybe you just can't stand one more single day in a job you're desperate to escape (I can relate to that more than you know)...
If that's the case, an online business might be 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.
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.
I hope my PaidNova review has been helpful and if you have any comments, questions, or experience with PaidNova, please share in the comments section below.