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Offline dyanmarie25

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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #15 on: August 10, 2015, 08:44:41 AM »
I have never tried taking any work from Microworkers, but seriously, you can earn $100 a week from it? Wow. That sounds really interesting. I would check it out one of these days.

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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #16 on: August 10, 2015, 08:54:14 AM »
MicroWorkers sounded great to me, but I gave up the idea over that pin thing that people have to wait over 4 weeks for before receiving payment. But if people are earning $100 per week, I may just have to give it another chance! Does anyone actually have proof of payment?

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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #17 on: August 10, 2015, 12:10:23 PM »
I like this site but waiting for the PIN was annoying. I did get it though and I have gotten paid so I know their not a scam. I find sometimes that some of the task want a lot for very little pay though which is kind of annoying. So I do ones I am comfortable with.

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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #18 on: October 20, 2015, 02:58:18 PM »
Sometime back I wanted to join micro workers since I love doing micro tasks. Sad truth though, is that I have never been with any micro job site. It is the site requirement that they have your post address so they can send you a pin to log in to their site with. I had no postal address then neither do I have now. I did not know of anyone who could help me, so I quit wanting to join micro workers. I have not worked with the site but from the reviews I read online, it looks like a really good place to work.


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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #19 on: October 20, 2015, 03:17:12 PM »
I signed up with them a long time ago but never used the site. Thanks for sharing your experience, I will try them out  :)

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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #20 on: March 21, 2016, 02:49:43 PM »
Did you really earn $100/week with them, because that's way too much than what I've made with them. To be fair, you probably live in a country where you can get more jobs, and you're probably really dedicated in completing 90% of them, so congratulations to you :). I've been in and out of the site because I'm a bit bored with it. I usually do the same thing every day and I have to wait for approval. There are also a lot of duplicate jobs in that site. I'm sure there's like 5-6 jobs that needs me to sign up to the same investing site, and also some other "breakthrough" site.

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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #21 on: April 19, 2016, 10:50:34 PM »
I find that the more often you check the site during the day the more chance you've got to get more money with them. I tend to check it in the middle of the night too when my insomnia is acting up like tonight. I was able to do a few more tasks when I just now looked that'll add up to another $1 once I'm paid, and took less than 5 minutes to do. I think Microworkers is definitely worth persevering with as you do get paid (and almost instantly paid once you've got that first pin too, I might add - they pay me every time now within 24 hours!).

I'd recommend checking out any of the click/visit type tasks as they often pay $0.05-$0.30 or even more sometimes for literally just copying and pasting their link into your browser and giving them back the URL of the page it takes you to. Really easy and takes just seconds!

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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #22 on: June 04, 2016, 03:37:01 PM »
I've been using Microworkers for around 18 months now and can confirm that the PIN does indeed arrive. I'm finding it rather quiet at the moment but MW is one of those sites where you need to be checking back constantly throughout the day (or like cocolgooh says, during the night).

Some of the tasks really are a piece of cake though. There are many which I avoid, such as any "Sign Up" tasks, but on the whole, you can expect around 7-20 cents for copy/pasting two URLS. Well worth joining, just bear in mind that there is never any guaranteed work on these types of sites and some days will be quieter than others.

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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #23 on: June 05, 2016, 01:21:21 AM »
when I heard that people are earning good money on microworkers I joined the site. But then I learned that after w earn $10 we need to ask for PIN so that we are eligible for receiving money. I looked online that I came to know that some people never received the PIN. I did not go to the site again

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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #24 on: June 05, 2016, 12:05:11 PM »
I signed up on Microworkers about a month ago but I've never used it so far. There aren't "real" jobs, all I could find was clicking ads, signing up on websites and like social media pages. I'm not cut for that kind of stuff, I like to keep my online work and my social life separated, and I don't like to use my personal profile on social networks to like weird pages or comment on them. Besides, I don't like to wait that much to receive 10$. I hope they will add real tasks in the future, if that's the case, it could be worth it. Until then, I'll steer clear of it.

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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #25 on: June 16, 2017, 08:29:02 AM »
I'm really glad that I've found this thread. I've just recently joined Microworkers and I'm at a bit over $3. I think that it's a nice site and the tasks are pretty easy - like a page, sign up, make an account, post a review and so on. Not hard or time-consuming.

The only thing that I was skeptical about was the whole ''wait for the PIN'' when you do your first withdraw. I wasn't sure how legit that was and how long it can take to actually get it. I don't mind waiting IF it arrives.

So thank you to the few people that confirmed that they've received their PIN's. This is very encouraging to read and makes me want to use Microworkers even more.

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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #26 on: July 06, 2017, 04:13:05 PM »
I see the site tells you to share personal information and like some things. I wouldn't want to click like on some pages that I said to like. It doesn't seem like a fair thing to do.

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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #27 on: July 21, 2017, 08:53:14 AM »
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I am stuck with my earning of $4.63 at first I was enjoying the tasks but now I find most of them as boring and not worth my time. Most of the tasks would require me to use my personal information for something that I do not like or believe in like signing up for something online or liking anything on youtube
Same here! I am stuck at  6$ or something and I eventually stopped using it. At first yes it was good and fun because there are so many jobs and you will just wait for a couple of days to get verified and paid. But eventually most of the jobs will require your personal account or an account with a lot of followers and such and sometimes you won't get paid and you will be rated low even if you followed the instruction!

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Re: Microworkers
« Reply #28 on: July 23, 2017, 11:29:20 PM »
Damn, I'm jealous with these guys earning $100 a week. I can't even reach $5 in 2 weeks. I always gets rejected in surveys.

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