AllWorkJob, Is it Worth a Try?

Here’s my review of influencer site AllWorkJob


I usually don’t start off with the outcome of whether this is a scam, but this site was too fake to not tell you off-the-bat hat this is a scam. I always go into my reviews with an open mind, but from the first view of the site, the layout and the ultra simplicity of the site shows the lack of effort that was put toward the site, but I digress. Anyways, continue reading for the rest of my experience with AllWorkJob.


While browsing through the endless network of job sites, I discovered a site that seemed to offer an intriguing offer of “working and earning as much money as you can”. AllWorkJob offered this bold claim. This claim appeared appealing, so I decided to do my own research and inform others who may also potentially be enticed by their offers.

The Website

The site is downright ugly with no sense of layout. The words don’t align with any visual aspects. The grammar used in the descriptions is wrong. The images are basic, and the logo itself is nothing. This shows a lack of development. Any legitimate website would notice their faults, and at least attempt to fix them. Ignoring the design, I give them credit for having the basics. There’s your registration, login, contact, and payment.


Moving past their flaws, I still have to try them out before I label them wrongly. The sign-up experience is what’d you expect from any site. I enter my email address, create a password, and I’m in. Now, from their site, they pay you to do various jobs activities. These can range from data entry to surveys to ad-posting. They claim no fee for your work, but they have different plans that do charge you.

The problem with the jobs offered by AllWorkJob is that there’s no gain. With their free plan, you may earn $0.01 per job, with only a month of work available to you. They also limit the max amount of jobs you have access to. Here’s where the site starts to fail again. They offer pain plans that give you more work and access to jobs, but these plans have a hefty fee. AllWorkJob offers you free work, but then attempts to charge you for you to actually earn anything from them.

I also found trouble with completing the jobs in general. Once your job is finished, the status of it should change from unverified to verified. I found that most of the time, the status didn’t change at all, leaving me with unpaid work. Also, claiming my payment was a struggle. AllWorkJob didn’t offer any valuable payment types. Once, my payment also didn’t come at all, and another time, it took three months. The payment was so insignificant, that I forgot it even came.

How They Function

I couldn’t find any real information on where AllWorkJob earns their money. From what I can tell, the jobs are mundane and don’t offer anything of worth. Also, the jobs that they offer are all from different sources, showing no real revenue stream. This all seems shady as they have no parent company, and also don’t offer any insight. The lack of transparency creates a dangerous atmosphere. I would not trust them at all.

Closing Remarks

In my opinion, save your precious time. The dreams offered by AllWorkJob with working at home are only dreams. They limit available jobs to you in order to force you into purchasing their paid plans. You don’t earn anything for your jobs. And lastly, their payment options aren’t up to par. Please, do not waste your time with this site.

Thank you, and like always.. Until next time my friends.