I have been working online for over two years and thus I believe to have gained a good experience as to how to be able to identify a scam site and stay away from it and invest my time and efforts wisely in the sites that I am guaranteed of the returns on investment.
It is usual thing when working online to find that no single site where users earn online from can remain clean all the time without the competing sites and those who for whatever reason did not qualify to work on it trying to defame it, by posting fake reviews about the website, highlighting it as a scam. For example, while innumerable posts were getting submitted about bubblews being a scam, I received my first online income from bubblews, and several other successful redemptions, even though I did not receive every expected dollar.
When joining any site that you find highlighted as a scam, at the same time you find others posting the positive reviews about the same site; it is normal to every cautious online worker to have a divided mind as to whether to join or not. But there are the filters that a serious online worker has to consider, you never know, you might be missing something great.
On my part, as long as there are no initial sign up fee, and the payment rules are not that unrealistic- especially, payment on condition that one brings in a certain number of referrals,
I do not see why I should not join and test the waters from inside.
That is the same thing that happened when joining cointellect– cloud hashing bitcoin mining online service. Though there are numerous allegations on the internet web for the site being a scam, I have tried to check them and realized that none of them seems to state the facts as they are, for the site seem to be working for me without trouble.
This leaves me with the conclusion that most of the negative reviews might have been propagated by the cointellect’s competitors. Especially, due to the site’s decent service compared to other companies in the bitcoin mining industry.
One of the allegations that I found not to add up is that the mining software downloaded and installed contains a malware that is meant to steal away the cryptocurrency in the users’ wallets. This had stirred me to perform a full antivirus scan, using the Microsoft essentials antivirus, only to come up with no threats detection and yet I have the cointellect mining software installed and running successfully on my computer.