Price: Free to join
Rating: (zero stars)
How would you like to earn $300 per day for doing just 2-3 hours of work? That’s what Osmoney.bid says you can earn by using their site, which they say will pay you to look at advertisements. Earning money on the Web is usually pretty hard, and they’re saying that you can earn quite a bit of money by basically doing no work at all, and by doing it just a couple of hours a day.
Not only that, but Osmoney.bid says you can earn even more by referring friends to the site. If you refer someone and they look at ads on the site, Osmoney.bid will put 50% of their earnings into your account. There’s a page on the site that shows you how many people have been paid today and it’s quite a long list of people who earned $400 or more.
That looks interesting, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what’s going on there. Is Osmoney.bid a scam, or can you really earn money there?
Read on for the full Osmoney.bid review.
Osmoney.bid is a membership site, but it’s free to join and it just takes a minute to sign up. You’ll need to provide a username, an email address and a password. After that, you’ll automatically be taken to the Osmoney.bid members area.
There, you’ll find your dashboard, a link to the FAQ page, and your referral link that they ask you to share with your friends and family so that you can earn some of their money.
You’ll also find the link to click on to “Start Watching Payed Ads” (sic.) This is how you will earn money in your Osmoney.bid account – you click that link and you’ll be taken to a page where you will see a block of 6 small advertisements.
Above those ads is a form where you have to fill out a CAPTCHA. You just enter the four numbers that you see in the form and click “Continue.” Once you have done that, you will see 10¢ added to your account. It just takes a couple of seconds to do this, so you can easily earn a dollar in a minute or so.
If you were to do this for two or three hours, you might find $200-$300 in your account. You can see your balance at any time on the left hand side of the screen.
According to Osmoney.bid, you can earn even more money by referring friends to the site, and by doing this you can earn 50% of what your friends earn. To do this, you share the link that they give you. They recommend that you share this link on social media sites, such as Facebook or Google+.
To get paid, you click the “Withdraw Money” link in your dashboard. Then you can select the payment method that you’d like. They say that they will pay by credit card, PayPal, Bitcoin, Western Union, or wire transfer. To get paid via Bitcoin, you’ll have to enter your public Bitcoin address. To get paid by credit card, you’ll have to enter your card number and the name on the card.
To get paid by PayPal, you’ll have to enter your PayPal address. Osmoney.bid says that payment will take one business day.
That all sounds easy to do and it looks like a great way to make money quickly. In fact, Osmoney.bid says that user HudaElsabagh was paid $473.95 and that Ryzen7 received $454.95. That’s a lot of money.
What’s wrong with Osmoney.bid
When things sound too good to be true, they usually are. The problem with Osmoney.bid is a common one among Websites that promise to pay you for doing little or no work – Osmoney.bid will not pay you.
There is no reason for anyone to pay you money to look at the ads on the Osmoney.bid site, as these are mostly ads for products listed on Amazon and other similar sites that sell goods online.
Osmoney.bid wants you to think that they’re paying you to look at the ads, but they’re not. What they want you to do is click on the ads. They suggest that you spend 2-3 hours per day looking at those advertisements. Chances are that during those 2-3 hours, you’ll see something that interests you and you’ll click on one of those ads.
When you do, you’ll be taken to Amazon’s site. If you buy something there, the owners of Osmoney.bid will earn a commission.
By asking you to look at ads and asking you to get your friends and family and whomever else you can persuade to do it to look at ads, the people who own Osmoney.bid have a chance to earn a lot of money through sales at Amazon, Nike, or some of the other sites listed in the ads there.
In addition, when you try to get paid, you’ll be providing the site with your PayPal address, or your credit card number, or perhaps your Bitcoin wallet address. By doing this, you risk having your PayPal account hacked, or your credit card stolen. If you accidentally provide your Bitcoin private key, you could also lose any Bitcoin you may own.
I must admit, the system they’re using at Osmoney.bid seems to be a clever one. They’ve come up with a viral way to get people to look at thousands of Amazon ads, for which they can earn a commission. This is likely a violation of Amazon’s terms of service, but if Amazon blocks them, they’ll just use ads from somewhere else instead.
But it’s a waste of time for you, because Osmoney.bid will not pay you.
Pros and Cons of Osmoney.bid
- Free to join
- Interesting advertisements
- You can look at a lot of ads in a short time
- Promises of earning a lot of money
- You won’t get paid
- You could get your PayPal account hacked
- You could get your credit card stolen
Osmoney.bid is a site like many others that I have reviewed here. They promise to pay you a lot of money for doing little or no work, but they’re actually trying to get you to pay them money.
There are ways to make money online that are better than Osmoney.bid, and I’d recommend that you try one of those instead. Some of you will probably go sign up at the site and look at a bunch of ads and try to get people to sign up so you can earn some of their money. Then you’ll come here and post comments asking why you haven’t been paid. It happens every time. I can’t help that, but I do not own Osmoney.bid and I cannot help you.
Osmoney.bid is not recommended.