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CAPTCHA Typing Jobs Scam: Read Before You Are Scammed!!!

CAPTCHA Typing Jobs are very popular in developing countries like India, Pakistan, Philippines, Kenya, Tanzania, etc. This is mainly because they are easily available and do not require any skills. However, the biggest question is, Are CAPTCHA Typing Jobs legit?

According to me, CAPTCHA Typing Jobs are just a scam. But some very popular websites continue to promote it either for their own vested interests or out of ignorance.

However, at FreelanceBiz, I not only believe in guiding my readers to find Legitimate Online Jobs From Home but to make them vary about the Online Job Scams on the world wide web. That is the reason I wrote this article to let my readers know about CAPTCHA Scam.

Now before you hit the back button on your browser and start searching for Legit CAPTCHA Typing Jobs, I request you to please read this article through the end, and you will know why I consider CAPTCHA Typing Jobs to be a scam.

Firstly let us understand what CAPTCHA is and how do CAPTCHA typing websites make money.

What Is CAPTCHA?

CAPTCHA is an acronym for "Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart." As the name suggests, it is the text or image verification you are asked to enter by certain websites to filter out bots from the human.

The reason websites use CAPTCHA it to prevent spammers and hackers from automatically performing a certain action on the website using automated scripts or "Bots".

Hackers create custom scripts or bots to crack passwords of websites through a technique called Brute Force. Bots are also used to create multiple email ID's, posting spam comments on the blogs among various other Black Hat techniques.

How Does CAPTCHA Typing Websites Work?

People who are into Black Hat Techniques often make a lot of money by effectively using the bots. 

For example, they can create hundreds of email accounts in no time by using these bots to automatically fill-up the forms on the website. These email ID's are then sold to marketing companies who use it to send unsolicited spam emails.

Likewise, there are various other ways people use these bots to make money. Therefore, to filter out these bots from humans, websites use CAPTCHA that will help them keep your data safe and at the same time prevent their websites from spam.

This is because even the most advanced bots cannot solve the CAPTCHA, especially if it is difficult to read or if it uses images. Thus CAPTCHA prevents unauthorized filling up of forms and other operations carried out by bots.

But people did come up with a workaround. To bypass CAPTCHA, the spammers use the services of CAPTCHA typing websites.

The CAPTCHA typing websites uses an API which is a kind of script. This script captures the CAPTCHA image from the website in question and uploads the same to their server. These websites then lure people into typing these CAPTCHA by making fake promises of providing big money.

Since the CAPTCHA typers are humans, they can easily read the CAPTCHA and type it accurately. After the CAPTCHA is entered, the API returns it back to the website which requested it and places it in the right box.

This procedure thus enables spammers to bypass the CAPTCHA and help them spam the world wide web.

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Are CAPTCHA Typing Jobs Legal?

There is no explicit law which considers CAPTCHA typing to be illegal. However, by working with CAPTCHA typing websites, you are helping the hackers and spammers to continue their unethical, and in some cases illegal activities.

So, although not illegal, CAPTCHA typing is an unethical way to make money online.

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Can You Really Make Money With CAPTCHA Typing?

I am sure there are people who do not mind making money the unethical way. So, ethics apart, can you really make money with CAPTCHA typing?

The answer is a big NO. The fact is it's difficult to make even a decent income from CAPTCHA Typing Jobs. This I say because of the following reasons

1. Most CAPTCHA Work Websites Are A Scam

I've been researching about Online Money Making ideas for a while. From my experience, I can say that a majority of the websites which offer CAPTCHA typing jobs are a scam.

They will lure you into working them by promising high pay rates. But when you try to withdraw your earnings, you will be asked to pay money usually as "Payment Processing Charges" which they say you need to pay in order to withdraw your earnings to your bank account. Needless to say, you will never get your money.

While payment processing charges are for real, genuine money making programs deduct it from your earnings and do not ask you to pay anything to cash out. Also, they explicitly mention the charges on their website.

Some websites will never ask you for any payments, but you won't even get your payment. They will simply disappear.

2. Pathetically Low Pay Rates

Though most of the CAPTCHA typing websites are a scam, there are some genuine websites who do make payments. But again, these websites make false claim of providing high paying CAPTCHA work.  However, once you register with them, you will realize the pay rates are mostly between $0.2 - $1 per 1000 CAPTCHA entered.

Now let us consider, you spend 8 hours a day typing CAPTCHA on a website with average pay rates of $0.8/1000 CAPTCHA. If you have excellent typing speed, you can type up to 250 CAPTCHA per hour.

So in 8 hours, you can earn a maximum of (250 x 8)/1000 =$1.6. If you work for 25 days a month, your monthly earnings would be $40.

After deducting your internet bills and electricity charges, you are left with almost nothing. This, when we consider the pay rates to be much higher than what they are in most cases.

Even in Tier 2 and Tier 3 countries, a person without any skills can easily earn up to $100 per month. So do you really think it is wise to work for such a low paying Job?

If you can type in English and know how to use the internet, you are probably qualified enough to earn much more than $100.

3. Low Chances Of Cashing Out Earnings

If the low pay rates are not enough, there is no guarantee that you can actually cash out your earnings. Most CAPTCHA typing websites have a ridiculous rule of banning users who enter "few" incorrect CAPTCHAs. If you are banned, you lose all your earnings.

With my experience, I can say that 80-90 % people get banned before reaching the minimum withdrawal threshold. Banning people is just an easy excuse for denying payment. And you can simply not trust people to be ethical enough to pay you when they are promoting the unethical things.

CAPTCHA Typing Website Analysis

Let me admit, when I first started working online, I too worked with CAPTCHA Typing websites to increase my online income. However, I was never able to withdraw my earnings and I soon realized my mistake.

So, I thought of sharing my experience about working with different CAPTCHA Typing websites.

1. 2CAPTCHA

2CAPTCHA is one of the most famous websites that provide CAPTCHA Typing work. Of all the websites I've tried, only 2CAPTCHA was the one who was lenient when it comes to banning people for entering wrong CAPTCHA. 

However, that does not make it perfect for you if you are looking for CAPTCHA typing jobs. The trick here is, 2CAPTCHA provides ridiculously low rate for entering CAPTCHA. The rates are usually between $0.15 to $0.4 per 1000 CAPTCHAs

So, even if you type 250 CAPTCHAs per hour, your will be making around 10 cent per hour. This is nothing less than pathetic wage even for a developing nation.

2. Megatypers

Megatypers is a popular alternative to 2CAPTCHA that offers CAPTCHA Typing jobs. As compared to 2CAPTCHA, Megatypers does provide better pay rates with peak hour rates upto $0.8. 

Again, at these rates you cannot earn more than $0.2 - $0.3 per hour. But, still it's better than 2CAPTCHA.

However, at Megatypers  you are more likely to be banned for entering few wrong CAPTCHAs or even for not being able to type the CAPTCHA in given time.

Though they reset your wrong CAPTCHA or missed CAPTCHA stats after a certain period of time, you still might end up getting banned.

3. ProTypers

Protypers is same as Megatypers. You can use your same login ID to register on either of the websites (Atleast that was the case when I worked with CAPTCHA)

So, basically Megatypers uses another website to make sure they get more typers for their website. 

4. Kolatibablo

Kolatitbablo is another alternative to 2CAPTCHA and the worst of all the above websites when it comes to banning people. I've been banned even though I was sure I entered the correct CAPCTHA.

As for the pay rates, as expected, they are nothing exceptional and just about the same as Megatypers.

5. CAPTCHA Club

I personally never worked for CAPTCHA Club. However, a lot of people were inquiring about CAPTCHA club and wanted to know if CAPTCHA club is legit or scam. So I thought of researching about CAPTCHA Club.

According to my research, CAPTCHAclub is a scam. I say this as I have come across many people who say it demands a one-time fee of $40 to withdraw your earnings and as per me, any websites that demand money to release payment is a strong contender for being a Scam website.

Also, their Facebook page is flooded with the payment related complaints. Other CAPTCHA club reviews also suggest that CAPTCHA club is a scam.

So my advice is not to waste your time and money with CAPTCHA club.

6. Unity Wealth CAPTCHA

Unity Wealth CAPTCHA is the latest websites which is getting a lot of popularity. I have personally never used Unity Wealth CAPTCHA nor there is enough information about it on the internet.

From what I know, it claims to be a MLM type of business which asks people to recruit more people. The recruited people are given login details for completing CAPTCHA typing work.

However, since I do not have detailed information about the scheme,  I did look for some initial signs to check if it is a scam or not. So below are my observations for Unity Wealth CAPTCHA

1. As per the WHOIS Data, the domain name for Unity Wealth CAPTCHA was purchased in December 2017. So it's a very new website which is the first red flag.

2. The website is owned by an individual Anthony Mendoza and not a registered company. Any stable business model is usually owned by a company.

3. The Domain Authority And Page Authority of the website is 1 which indicates no credible website is recommending Unity Wealth CAPTCHA

4. The owner is using Web Hosting from Hostinger which is considered to be very cheap hosting company.

5. The email ID used on the official website is a Gmail ID and not a business email.

6. According to me, CAPTCHA typing is not a stable business model for an MLM company.

My Observation: All the above factors raise a red flag for me. Though I have no information about their business model, since it involves CAPTCHA typing which itself is not a stable business model, I don't find it to be trustworthy.

To me, it seems more like a ponzi scheme, where people are paid using money they get to the owner by recruiting more people. In most cases, the owner disappears once the chain grows longer and gets them huge money.

So, my suggestion would be to be very careful with Unity Wealth, else you will end up losing your money.

Is There Any Alternative To CAPTCHA Typing Jobs?

If you're looking for a typing job as an alternative to CAPTCHA Typing, I must admit you will be disappointed. Genuine typing jobs are hard to find online and the ones available have intense competition and will require you to have advanced knowledge of MS Office and Google docs.

Websites like Upwork do provide genuine typing jobs. However, they selectively approve profiles of freelancers to filter out lesser skilled people. Also, they may reject your applications if they feel there are too many freelancers on their platform as compared to the number of jobs posted.

However, even if your profile is approved, the competition is intense and you may never be able to bag a single project.

If you do not have advanced MS Office skills, there are still several Legitimate Online Jobs you can try. Micro Jobs which though not very high paying, certainly pay much more than the best CAPTCHA Typing website.

You can also try registering with ClixSense which offers Micro Jobs as well as surveys for you to make money. Again, ClixSense is good for side income and won't get you rich.

At ClixSense, you can easily earn $2-3 per day from Surveys by just working for an hour if you are from Tier 1 country. Micro Jobs called Tasks in ClixSense can fetch you an additional income of around $1-$1.5 per hour. 

If you can complete tasks with great accuracy, you can earn up to $200 per month from ClixSense.

For more details, you can check my ClixSense Review

Final Words

CAPTCHA Entry is neither ethically correct nor will it make you rich. The only people who are actually benefitted by these type of work are CAPTCHA Typing websites and spammers. So do not waste your time, energy and money for it.

As discussed earlier there are many genuine ways of to ​Make Money Online in 2018. Some of them may require you to have technical skills whereas others need just basic knowledge about the internet

If you do not have any technical skills, you can try ClixSense, which offers micro Jobs as well as surveys which you can complete to earn money.

Have you ever been a victim of CAPTCHA Scam? If yes, do share your experience in the comments below to make other aware of the CAPTCHA Typing Jobs Scam.

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Aquif Shaikh
 

Aquif Shaikh is a blogger and an SEO expert from the city of Baroda in India. He is a big-time foodie who loves travelling a lot. At Freelance Biz, he writes mostly about Making Money Online and Freelancing tips. You can follow him on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn

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elma - November 13, 2018

Thank you for this information. I just wasted my time with those sites.

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Irfan Ullah - September 25, 2018

I have very bad experience of Data Entry jobs through internet. Specially the Captcha. I really hat this word. Thank you sir for writing such a true article/blog.

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Priyanka - August 29, 2018

Sir….I have singed with some agreement where they state that within 10 days I have to complete my job with 90% accuracy otherwise I have to give panelty…..What should I do

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    Aquif Shaikh - August 30, 2018

    Hi Priyanka,

    It seems this scam is getting very common. Anyways, I am not a legal expert and hence won’t be the best person to advise you regarding this matter.

    However, I did post a question about this scam on Quora and a law student recommended that you should no be worried as the Section 36 of the Indian Contract Act 1872 states that any contracts that are impossible to perform will be void under the law.

    You can find the complete advice from the person at the following link. You can check it and decide for yourself if you want to follow his advice.

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Priya lakra - August 25, 2018

Sir i was too late to read ur article.. i too had contact with these captcha called company as it is 2 days i was registered in this captcha online job ….i just called them to just ask about their job but they insist me to join as soon as their requirements…and they asked my identification without any delay and now i am facing so much problem as it is so difficult for me to solve 10000 captcha in such a short period…as i was facing problem i m calling them for queries but they are not picking the call ….so i just want ur suggestion that what could i do further..?? As many said they will call aftee 10 day for not doing work properly and many more…

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    Aquif Shaikh - August 25, 2018

    Hi Priya,

    As I told Shreya, there is not much I can say in this matter as it involves a legal contract. Maybe you should discuss it with your friends and family and see if there’s anyone who can provide legal advice to you after examining the contract that you signed.

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Shreya Mishra - August 23, 2018

Sir some days ago i received a call from flarial enterprise they said they will 2.25 rupee per CAPTCHA. There was an agreement between me and flarial enterprise of making 90 % accuracy of 10000 CAPTCHA within 10 days. When i found your article then i decided not to do work. So i said them to terminate my account but they replied that i have to penalty amount i refused to give that. After 10 days they send me mail to give penalty. And after some days they sent me a message calling advocate’s message and said to pay the Amount i refused but they sent me another notice calling legal notice. Should i pay to them or they are fake? What should i do? Reply plz

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    Aquif Shaikh - August 24, 2018

    It seems to be a kind of scam. It’s almost impossible to complete 10,000 CAPTCHA in 10 days that too with 90% accuracy.

    From what I understand, they are making people sign legal agreements knowing well that at least 90% people won’t be able to complete 10,000 CAPTCHA with 90% accuracy that too in just 10 days. So, if they back out or cannot maintain the desired accuracy of 90% or not be able to type 10,000 CAPTCHAs, they can blackmail them into paying penalty charges, which I suppose must be very high.

    I am afraid I won’t be the right person to ask for advice as it involves legal agreement. I suggest that you consult a lawyer, if possible. You can tell the lawyer that conditions stated in the agreement are impractical and it is very difficult (Almost impossible) for anyone to fulfill those conditions.

    However, unless you know any lawyer personally, it won’t be feasible for you to hire their services. If that’s the case, you have to take your own call whether you want to pay the money or continue with the legal proceedings.

    In most cases, if you refuse to pay and prefer to go ahead with legal proceedings most such people prefer backing out as they know if they get too many complaints in the court against their business, they will be in trouble. You must also check if it’s actually a legal notice that you got or just a normal letter warning you of consequences. If it’s just a normal letter, chances are high that they won’t get into legal battle.

    However, as I said earlier, I am not the right person to get advice from. Only a qualified lawyer can tell you the odds of winning the case as per the provisions in the Indian Penal Code should these people go ahead with the legal proceedings.

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    Vijay Kumar - August 27, 2018

    Hi Shreya,

    no need to worry about this. The contract that was signed for the work is beyond normal capability, hence this contract will be rejected. moreover, the best I can suggest is to take the copy of the contract and visit the nearest labor department officer for guidance/support.

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Shreya Mishra - August 22, 2018

Will there becourt case of failing to complete task within given time or not maintaining accuracy plz reply
Ur mail id or msg me on my email

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    Aquif Shaikh - August 22, 2018

    There won’t be any court case for sure, Shreya. At least not for low accuracy. But you’d be wasting your precious time.

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meow - August 16, 2018

hi! I am also a new member of Unity Wealth! I observed that the company just used people to type in captchas. You can observe that every time you click the page or enter Captchas a new window tab opens. and the site is cobalten .com which leads to Site Propeller Ads. Here Unity Wealth earn dollars from people typing captchas instead of people Earning from entering Captchas. Yes Some Modus Bogus I can say.

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mark dilbert - August 5, 2018

any information about weeklyjob.online and moonspace?

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    Aquif Shaikh - August 6, 2018

    No idea about either.

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      geraldine - August 10, 2018

      sir have a nice day, how did you say that this unity wealth is not a registered one. i just want to know coz im one of it new member.

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        Aquif Shaikh - August 12, 2018

        I just meant that the Unity Wealth website domain name is not owned by a company, but an individual. Most reliable companies buy the domain name under their brand name and registered address of the company.

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Elvis - August 3, 2018

Thanks alot for this Article. I was a victim also of owomoney. com when I got to $1000 I was asked to get 40 Referrals. But yet , they didnt pay. Instead they were saying I should do a quick verification which involved paying them through bitcoin. They are all scammers. I feel sorry for the people I referred. I wish I read this article before starting in the first place.

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Kumaravel - July 2, 2018

It’s totally true, but how can I start online jobs ,if any online website provide high cost jobs, help me bro

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    Aquif Shaikh - July 5, 2018

    If you are looking for high paying jobs, you must develop relevant skills. Without skills, you can just earn part-time income at websites like ClixSense and Microworkers

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cesar - June 28, 2018

Out of curiosity I went with this Captcha works thru emymoney.site. As I earned $305.00 I asked for money withdrawal but instead cannot be payed unless I make 40 referrals first. These Captcha sites deceived all people who wants to earn (while having enough time wasted) out of this typing job.

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    Shanie - July 18, 2018

    I was also a victim of that so-called emymoney.site.. they are scammers. I have reached 40 referrals and earned more than 500 US dollar but they did not pay me because they wanted me to pay first in bitcoin which that would mean, they are scamming people.

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Deano - June 3, 2018

Hi, Aquif –

Thought about working with onlinetypingjobs.net, but reconsidering and would appreciate your input. (Great blog…keep up the good work!)

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    Aquif Shaikh - June 4, 2018

    They claim to pay you $35 per 1000 CAPTCHA entered. This seems to be a tall claim compared to the industry standard pay rates of $0.2 to $1 as discussed in the article. My suggestion would be to stay away from it.

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Arnel - May 18, 2018

how about wealthy affiliate and typing Work 4 Us? Thank you in advance

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    Aquif Shaikh - May 19, 2018

    Never heard of the second one. As for Wealthy Affiliate, it is not a scam. But I personally feel it is a total waste of your money. You can start a blog on affiliate marketing for less than $15 a year and use the free software and tutorials available over the internet.

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yanna - May 10, 2018

Hi!can i ask if Unitywealth 100 is legit? coz Im a new member there. I did do some background check on the online company and yes they have dti permit which is needed in our country as business permit.Yet when I activated my account I tried to search “Data Entry” however I couldnt find it on the page so how am I suppose to do job there. Hopefully Im waiting for respond to the Girl who sell the activation key for my account.

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    Aquif Shaikh - May 10, 2018

    Yanna, I’ve already mentioned in the account that Unity Wealth is a new business and there are several signs which indicate that it might be a scam. I am not sure how it works. For that, you better get in touch with the person who sold you the keys. But be sure that you are not being scammed.

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      Nynave - May 29, 2018

      What about 6captcha I was just wondering because I am a member not too long ago just recently

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        Aquif Shaikh - May 31, 2018

        Never heard of 6Captcha.

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Roger Chavez - April 26, 2018

Sir how about the awymoney.bid? I think this is obviously a scam. Thanks for the information, I hope this blog read by more user so that there is less victim of scam..

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    Aquif Shaikh - April 27, 2018

    Yes, it does look like a scam too.

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Marianna - January 30, 2018

Do you know if getpaid4typing.net is legal? I have just subscribed and still can`t figure out how this site works.
Thanks

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    Aquif Shaikh - January 31, 2018

    Hard to say if they are legit. I see they claim to follow a legitimate work of Image to Word typing, which is legitimate. However, as soon as you try to signup, you are asked to complete a survey which I feel is a way to generate an income without any hard work.

    I am not sure if they will provide a genuine work to you after completing that survey, let alone paying you. Add to it, no reputed website is recommending them.

    So, even though I cannot confirm if they are genuine, my gut feeling says that you must stay away.

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Phanindra sapkota - December 24, 2017

Is kolotibablo is scam? Please tell me.

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    Aquif Shaikh - December 25, 2017

    Not exactly a scam, but not even worth using it. I am sure you will get banned within a couple of days if you use it.

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musabbir alam - December 18, 2017

is bitcoin earning by claiming in Faucethub or something like that legit or halal, please reply me!

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    Aquif Shaikh - December 20, 2017

    Musabbir, I am not an Alim. So I won’t be able to provide right guidance about what is Halal or Haraam. I suggest that you consult some alim for your query.

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Nancy Omorodion - September 1, 2017

Is there any online task i can do and get paid in my local currency here in Nigeria?

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    Aquif Shaikh - September 1, 2017

    Unfortunately, Nancy, there’s no website that pays in Naira.

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      Micah Glo Ann Mallari - August 23, 2018

      what about here in the philippines?

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        Aquif Shaikh - August 24, 2018

        Well, almost all the websites pay in USD. You can, however, use payment gateways like PayPal and Payoneer to convert the payment into your local currency. It holds good for the Philippines, Nigeria, and almost all other countries.

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Ralf - August 20, 2017

Can you suggest a good website to earn money sir? I badly need cash right now

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    Aquif Shaikh - August 22, 2017

    The website that suits you depends on your skills. You can try Fiverr or Upwork if you have some sort of IT skills. If you do not have necessary skills, you can check websites like ClixSense, Amazon Mechanical Turk, and Microworkers.

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Ryan - August 14, 2017

How about this satoshiup? Is this a scam? Tnx a lot your blog is very informative

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    Aquif Shaikh - August 14, 2017

    Never heard about SatoshiUp. And as I can see, they claim to have started their business only 17 days ago and are into Bitcoin mining.

    First, with Bitcoin mining, you need to invest money to earn money. And investing in a new website is always risky as they may or may not be genuine. Second, Bitcoin mining itself is a Ponzi scheme and it may not fetch good rewards.

    My suggestion is that you better stay away from it.

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anila - August 3, 2017

pls can u tell me about captcha details,is it real

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    Aquif Shaikh - August 3, 2017

    The article clearly states that CAPTCHA typing is a waste of your time. So stay away from it.

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venkateswara - May 19, 2017

pls tell me about this captcha club.it is real or fake.

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    Aquif Shaikh - May 21, 2017

    As mentioned in some comments earlier, CAPTCHA Club is fake. So stay away from it.

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Kathir - April 4, 2017

Hi…I wrote a mail to EnigmaSolvers.com team regarding part time job opportunity. But i received a reply to send the username or mail id of the person who recommends me and that person should be there in their community!.
Is it really worthy?.

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    Aquif Shaikh - April 17, 2017

    I am really sorry, I am not aware about EnigmaSolvers.com. My suggestion is to stay away if you are not sure about something.

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Yassi - March 18, 2017

Any reviews for captcha.net?

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    Aquif Shaikh - April 17, 2017

    Hi Yassi,
    As I said, stay away from any CAPTCHA typing websites.

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Noah - February 28, 2017

Thank you for making this, I have seen these scammers and hackers lure so many people in with false promises about “Big money”. I will spread this around and hopefully wil stop some people from helping cyber criminals.

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    Aquif Shaikh - April 17, 2017

    Thanks a lot, Noah. Surely this post needs to be promoted more so that a lot of people can save their time and money.

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Mackoy - January 11, 2017

how about enigmasolvers.com? are they legit? they hire me through upwork.com

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    Aquif Shaikh - February 4, 2017

    Hi Mackoy. As long as you have been hired through Upwork, it is safer as Upwork can interfere in case of any payment problems. Though, I must add, Upwork is usually more lenient towards client in case of any payment disputes. Also, I would suggest that you confirm with Upwork if CAPTCHA solving work violates their guidelines. If it does, Upwork may not help you much.

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Sindhu - January 3, 2017

Will you please tell me about “Captchaclub” Website.. It’s Real/Fake.. It will give Money r not.. Is there any Website to Earn Money by Online?
Thank you.

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    Aquif Shaikh - February 4, 2017

    Hi Sindhu. As mentioned in my article, it is a scam.

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bren - December 13, 2016

how about the ppm?do u know that business they said it is data entry, but there is a captcha typing in that?is is scam or not?

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    Aquif Shaikh - December 14, 2016

    I am sorry Bren. I never heard about PPM. But if it’s about CAPTCHA typing and promises anything more than $1 -$2 per 1000 CAPTCHAs entered, it is more likely to be a scam. The business model of CAPTCHA typing cannot survive by paying anything more than this. And according to me, it is totally a waste of time to work for that pay rates.

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      Nadya - August 16, 2018

      Yes. PPM is a total scam! My account was banned and haven’t used it like forever. P650 just go to waste. No. 1 scammer in the Philippines!

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gitaanjali - December 9, 2016

Thank you for your article…….I am having good typing speed, internet knowledge…..but i couldn’t find proper online genuine payment site…. please help in this regard..

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    Aquif Shaikh - December 14, 2016

    Hi Gitanjali,

    You could try Top 5 Freelancing Websites for data entry jobs. But, data entry jobs are very hard to find mainly because a lot of people without sufficient knowledge about MS Office and Google Docs bid for these jobs resulting in low-quality work. So employers generally don’t prefer hiring freshers.

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Ckole - November 14, 2016

What about captcha jobs on freelance websites like fiverr

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    Aquif Shaikh - November 17, 2016

    Fiverr is a legitimate website. Generally, at Fiverr a freelancer posts what he can do for $5. He may offer CAPTCHA typing work too. But I am sure that will not find many takers. As for requirements posted by employer at Fiverr, if you find CAPTCHA typing work and if you find that the client is genuine and is paying good, you can go for it. Though CAPTCHA typing would still remain to be an unethical thing for me.

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namor - November 11, 2016

thank you AQUIF SHAIKIH for this article it is completly true that CAPTCHA TYPING is scam base on my experrience. your getting bnned before reach the payment collecting stage.

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    Aquif Shaikh - November 11, 2016

    My Pleasure Namor 🙂

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Aina joy - October 26, 2016

Hello, please can you refer me to any sincere online job that is legit

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    Aquif Shaikh - October 26, 2016

    Hi Aina. I have already provided necessary links towards the end of this article.

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Ida - October 24, 2016

i’d like to know if 2captcha and mega typer is also scam or ligal?

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    Aquif Shaikh - October 25, 2016

    Hi Ida. As far as I know, these two websites are have paid few people. But as I said, most people will get blocked before withdrawing their earnings. So better stay away from it.

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Kishor Reddy - October 19, 2016

Is any otherway to earn on online

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    Aquif Shaikh - October 20, 2016

    Yes Kishor, there are many other ways to Make Money Online. You can check the article about 15 ways to make money online mentioned at the bottom of the article.

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Venkatesh Mogili - October 14, 2016

What is the correct website for making money by captcha or data entry….

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    Aquif Shaikh - October 15, 2016

    As stated in my article, CAPTCHA Typing on any website is waste of time. As for data entry, you may try Upwork. But again, Data Entry is not just about typing. Unless you are Microsoft Certified professional, trying to get Data Entry jobs would be waste of time.

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Darielle Casao - October 13, 2016

Hi, is Megatypers a scam? Thanks

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    Aquif Shaikh - October 13, 2016

    Hi Darielle. Megatypers does not fall into an outright scam category. From what I know some people do successfully cash out at MegaTypers. Though I am not 100% sure as I never tried myself. But one thing’s for sure, most people get banned on Megatypers before reaching minimum withdrawal amount.

    Also, pay rates of less than a dollar per hour is not worth your time anyways. So my suggestion would be to stay away from Megatypers and any CAPTCHA Typing jobs

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Pushkar - October 10, 2016

Is there any clixsense app for android mob to make money ?

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    Aquif Shaikh - October 10, 2016

    I am afraid Pushkar. There is no such ClixSense app for Android mobile. You can however surf the website on an Android Browser.

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Tanvir - September 27, 2016

I lost 40$ and three months of hard work. Can any one tell how we can stop this fraudster from defrauding others, can any one help in guiding me to lodge a complaint to the appropriate authorities for taking action against them

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    Aquif Shaikh - September 28, 2016

    Well, nothing much you could do unless you are from the same country where CAPTCHA Club is operating from. In that case, you can file a case with Cyber crime cell of the country. But I suppose it would be difficult to trace even their country of operation and most likely they must be operating from a country where there are no stringent cyber laws.

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Pradip - September 23, 2016

Captcha club is Totally Fraud , Friends please don’t waste your time .

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    Aquif Shaikh - September 24, 2016

    Agree with your Pradip. Indeed, CAPTCHA club is a scam

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Anna - September 14, 2016

Oh darn, I thought i had found a To good to be true….
Thanks for telling!!!

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    Aquif Shaikh - September 14, 2016

    You’re welcome Anna

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Makori Pascal Ongeri - September 13, 2016

I was almost paying $40. Thanks a lot.

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    Aquif Shaikh - September 13, 2016

    Glad that I helped you make the right decision!!!

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KALAIMANI - August 23, 2016

Thanks. As I reached $100 in CAPTCHACLUB WEBSITE $40 was being asked to activate. Great escape after going through this article I gave up my mind of paying $40.
thanks.

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    Aquif Shaikh - August 23, 2016

    Sorry to know that you lost your precious time with CAPTCHA Club. But glad that I could help you save your hard-earned $40.

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YASH - August 13, 2016

it is fake. if you have earn $100 then they tell you that you have to deposit $40 first, and if u deposit then your account will be closed.

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    Aquif Shaikh - August 13, 2016

    Yes, I know that CAPTCHA Club is fake. That is the reason I updated this article to inform people to stay away from it. Please share this article so that more and more people get aware of this scam.

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ARSLAN - August 1, 2016

THANKS

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    Aquif Shaikh - August 1, 2016

    My pleasure. Please do share this article on social media and rate it so that it reaches maximum people and saves them from this scam.

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Ngane Emmanuel - July 21, 2016

that’s completely true

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    Aquif Shaikh - August 23, 2016

    Yes, indeed. CAPTCHA typing should always be avoided.

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      Bella - May 16, 2018

      how about planpromatrix?is this illegal?

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        Aquif Shaikh - May 16, 2018

        I am sorry. No idea of Planpromatrix, Bella.

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          Regie - September 15, 2018

          Hi Aquif!

          I have made a post on PlanProMatrix which I believe is a scam. It is a pyramid scheme in my opinion. They have CAPTCHA encoding in their package. The business model depends on the recruitment program.

          Thank you for your blog post. I added you as one of my references in PPM review.

          Regards,

          Regie

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          Aquif Shaikh - September 17, 2018

          Hi Regie,

          Yes, I have gone through your post. Indeed it does seem to be a scam, especially since the authorities have put it on the radar.

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          Jaypoy - October 18, 2018

          Hi sir aquif. I was applying as data entry at onlinejob.ph. Some of the employer asking for deposit for security purposes which is one time payment to start working with them.They say the said payment is refundable when succesfully completing the given job. I was wondering is it scam sir?

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          Aquif Shaikh - October 22, 2018

          It is most likely a scam. If OnlineJobs.ph has a customer support, you can reach out to them. They might ban the people in question if it is indeed a fraud.

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          Kraissantha Mae Matias - October 19, 2018

          good pm sir, I joined unity wealth just recently and i found out that it is so hard to earn money in typing captchas. I can’t earn even a single 50 centavos per set of captchas, captcha typing here is 25 captchas per set, even if you typed all of them correctly, you only earned something about 0.225? I asked the girl to whom I joined in but she only said I can do recruiting to earn more. I also joined the COIN OPTION that requires 5,000 pesos joining fee, but after a few days of working on it, the website just disappeared in the internet!

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