PayPal Money Adder 2019 – Scam Or Legit?

is paypal money adder a scam

So is PayPal Money Adder 2019 a scam, or is it legit?

And what makes this PayPal money generator so popular of the last couple of years?

To be honest, I was afraid to even enter an email address when prompted to on the website’s homepage.

I came by this for the first time while on Youtube researching something unrelated.

This particular youtube video was flooded with claims of “free real money” in the comments section.

I’m no fool and have done numerous reviews on this website to know that there is no such thing as “free money”, but decided to look into it anyway.

And to no surprise, PayPal Money Adder does NOT work. Nor will it add free money to your account.

Here’s what they’re after, however.

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PayPal Money Adder 2019

PayPal Money Adder can also be found under the name of PayPal Money Generator.

To my knowledge, they both operate pretty much the same (and both potentially harmful), but one requires you to download their software to your PC before you can “earn your free money” while the other can be used strictly from your web browser.

As far as downloading the software, this is something that I’ve seen and failed for in the past. Only it was being promoted as a “bitcoin generator”.

Turned out to be a complete scam, too.

PayPal Money Adder didn’t require me to download any software but instead lead me directly to a form where I can choose a survey – after entering an email.

potentially harmful survey form from Paypal money adder

The idea is that once you complete the survey, the money will be added to your account.

I chose the Amazon survey and long story short, didn’t get too far as they were asking for even more personal information.

No thanks!

Does PayPal Money Adder Really Work?

As we discussed, PayPal Money Adder does not really work.

Here is how they claim their “free money” tool works, however.

How It ‘Supposedly’ Works

  1. The first step is to enter your PayPal email; wait for verification
  2. Select if you are using mobile or PC
  3. Select your country or region
  4. Enter how much money you will like to receive – yeah right! (Between $250 – $800).
  5. Complete verification quiz
  6. Click the generate button and wait for money to be added to your account

It should go without saying, that making money online is never this easy. Anyone or any website claiming that they will give you “free money” or that you can make a lot of money fast and easy, is lying to you.

With PayPal Money Adder, I believe the verification quiz portion is one of the ways they make their money.

“They” being the people behind this scam.

They may receive a certain amount of money for each person who takes part in these surveys being promoted.

But there are other ways in which they may be making money by promoting this corrupt tool.

Dangers of PayPal Money Adder

Though the PayPal Money Adder is free to download, it definitely could come at a cost.

It is promoted as a “100% free tool that will add free money to your PayPal account”.

The problem is, you are putting your personal information at risk as you are feeling out details to qualify for the money – money you will never receive.

Downloading Random Software

I’ve downloaded some very helpful software that helps me run my online business. Not all software is bad or negative, obviously.

security risk with online money generators

With these “online generators” which offer no real service or value and not operated by a legitimate company or person, you are putting yourself at risk of malicious software programs (like trojan, malware, spyware).

Also ransomware, where your personal data is locked by hackers in exchange for profit, like a ransom.

Your Info

Use caution giving out your information on sites like PayPal Cash Adder.

If hackers do not use the info themselves, they will sell it off to others.

And it is my belief that PayPal Cash Adder’s primary intention is to obtain sensitive information from those who visit the website and attempt to make money using the tool.

The people behind PayPal Cash Adder could care less about the harm it could cause others as they are paid per download or for each completed survey.

This is somewhat similar to a review I did for Go Easy Earn, where no one received their PayPal payments.

I guess the biggest joke of this all is that no free money will ever be added to your account.

Even If PayPal Money Adder Is Fake, There’s Still Real Opportunities

I’ve been working from home for the past 3 years and have encountered many of these “free money tools” and “get-rich-quick schemes”.

The reason that so many exist is that people continue falling for them. (Except you, because now you know!)

Is PayPal Money Adder a scam?

These systems prey and thrive on newbies looking for ways to make money online, who don’t know any better. And on people who are either too lazy to do real work and are looking for fast ways to strike it rich.

There are real opportunities online and I would like to help you get started and along your journey and invite you to join me here.

You can learn how to make a few hundred each month, or even replace your current income.

Just know that there’s no magical tool that will give you free money and there never will be.

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About the author

    Jason

    My goal for this website is to help those who are looking to make money online from the comfort of their home and to offer people an alternative to the FIXED 9-to-5 life. Whether you are looking to make full time income online or just looking to make some extra cash. I've got you covered.

  • JasonZEGU says:

    Thank you so much for writing this open and honest review. What makes PayPal Money Adder seem a legitimate programme is its name. It’s easy for people to tempted to quickly sign up, thinking its PayPal.

    This reminds me of a cheap ticket scheme I fell into which turned out to be a scam. I wanted to buy an air ticket from an Airline official website. In my haste and desperation to get the cheapest ticket online, I ended up on a website that belongs to an agent promoting the cheapest flights for that airline I was searching.
    The good thing you have also revealed its other name, the PayPal Money Generator.
    Do you know if PayPal itself has a commision programme?

    • JasonJason says:

      I am unsure if PayPal has a commission program itself but they are aware and have declared that such tools, such at the PayPal Money Adder and PayPal Money Generator are fraudulent.

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your story as schemes like this happen all too often. 

      It’s unfortunate that it happened to you, and that’s why I take the time to put together these posts. In hopes to educate others how earning online actually works.

  • Jasonpmbaluka2016 says:

    Hello there!

    Thank you for such a wonderful message you have written. This is not my first time to hear about PayPal Money Adder, infact I thought it’s the same as the one we use to transact online but this sounds different all together.

    I like reading such posts as this because they definitely open up my eyes wide. Now I wonder which is your best recommendation for making money online? Seems many programs are scams outside there and if someone is not careful will be easily scammed.

    Many thanks

    Paul.

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