The last time PageOne.ng wrote a scathing review on Paytoday, a work at home scam site, many people replied that we were too harsh on a startup that is tyring to help people.
It turns out that Paytoday was just what we called and wrote about it. A scam that is out to defraud many unsuspecting individuals who want to make money without thinking of how the money will come about.
Many paytoday victims have written to us to lament how they lost various sums of monies to the scam. Paytoday has refused to answer all complaints nor pay its members who now turned victims.
Andrew Fola (not real names), a victim of Paytoday scam wrote to us that ‘I am having the problem of cashing my claims. The claim page would not show the survey form. So what do I do?’
Victor Odeh (not real names) , another victim of the scam said “I have more than $300 but I can’t claim my earning what is wrong I don’t understand”.
Work at Home Scams Menace
Work at home scams are as popular as many Ponzi Schemes gaining popularity across Nigeria and Africa. For many people, they offer the irresistible offer of making ‘megabucks’ without lifting a finger or leaving your couch.
Paytoday is not the only work at home scam defrauding people online. The list is endless. They include: MyPayPot.com, OnlineTaskPay.com, Money4Task.com, Fans2Earn.com, Referdone.com, Dollernize.com, Dollarcell.com, Dollarjob.online, Earninvite.com, Cashwork.xyz, Invite2job.com redirects to Earnwithinvite.com, Youthnize.com, homecash.online, Cashjob.online.
For those who still wants try their luck to see if they will earn money from Paytoday, you will always get hurt. The owners of the fraudulent scheme have hidden their identity. The site was registered with shell domain company based in Panama. See below: