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LEGIT Wordlinx Review: Complete Tasks and Share Links for Rewards – Legit or Scam?

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Amos

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Whenever I review survey sites, I always give a site props when they include different ways to earn money. Answering surveys is the bare minimum. Granted, there are awesome survey sites that offer just surveys. But the truly great ones have multiple methods. I was looking around for survey sites a while ago that had multiple earning methods and came across Wordlinx.

Wordlinx has been around for a very long time – since 2003, to be exact. I don’t have a complete history of the survey site industry, but I’m willing to be Wordlinx is one of the original players.

Given that, here is my Wordlinx review. I’ll be answering whether Wordlinx is legit or not!

How to Earn on Wordlinx

Membership in Wordlinx is open to anyone ages 15 years old and above. Wordlinx is a GPT (“get paid to…”) site in the classic sense. I say classic because other GPT sites only have reviews. Wordlinx has a full suite of earning methods for you. These methods include micro-tasks which earn you money. These methods include:

Sharing Links - This is the main earning method of Wordlinx. Basically, members are given a list of links from companies, products, or content being promoted by Wordlinx. They use a link shortener to shorten the link then share them all across the internet. When someone ****** the link, the member earns money. Quantity plays a major key in earning here.

Viewing Websites - It’s kind of like the opposite of sharing links. This time, you’re the one that actually visits the sites being promoted by Wordlinx.

Playing Games - You earn whenever you play games for rewards.

Watching Videos - Watch promoted videos, earn cash. The videos vary in length - anywhere from a minute or more, and feature different subject matters such as sports, technology, and entertainment.

Completing Surveys - This is one of the more familiar earning methods to survey site veterans. You earn by completing surveys from companies doing market research.

Taking Offers - You can earn by signing up for free trial offers, such as memberships or subscriptions. But make sure you delete your membership before the trial period ends. Otherwise, the paid subscription might automatically activate.

Shopping Online - You can also earn cashback rewards (rebates, basically) by shopping in partner shops and establishments.

Referring Friends and Family - You can earn up to 50% of your referrals’ own earnings - and the earnings go down a whopping 8 levels! This is huge.

My Hot Take: These earning methods are awesome! And the referral program is pretty ace as well. More earning methods is always a good thing.

Earning Potential on Wordlinx

For surveys, you will earn $0.36 to $5, depending on its length and complexity. For sharing links, your earnings will only be a few cents per click. Overall, you can make about $1 an hour, which is not a good amount.

So this is not a quick money-making method. If you use Wordlinx, look at this as a way to earn pocket money. Also, try to hustle on your referrals. You might actually earn more via referrals than doing tasks here.

My Hot Take: Earning potential is not so awesome. unfortunately. Your earnings will come in drips.

Payout Options on Wordlinx

When you’ve earned a minimum of $10.00 you can use your earning to purchase items or as cash via PayPal. There’s a catch with PayPal, though.

When you request a cash out via PayPal, WordLinx deducts 5% for cash outs under $100 and 2% for cashouts over $100.

My Hot Take: I’m very much anti-PayPal fees. Not because I’m cheap (although I am certainly cheap with other things in life), but because I shouldn’t have to pay it. Most survey sites absorb PayPal fees into their operating budget. This sucks, frankly.

The Verdict: Legit or Scam?

Wordlinx is not a scam. They’ve been paying people since 2003. So they’re definitely legit. But earning money here is so slow, and their payment methods leave much to be desired.

For a site that has been around for so long, I was hoping they’d have their game refined. But I have to give them two thumbs down.

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Your Turn

Now it’s your turn to share! Have you tried Wordlinx? Have you had a better experience using the site?

Let’s hear your stories!

 
#2
Long story short Wordlinx is a decent way to make a few extra bucks and they're legit. As someone who earns most of my side money doing surveys I welcome a change and from time to time I also browse through the offers at wordlinx. Wordlinx is fantastic for people that have a big following. Like if you have a lot of friends on your social media accounts that don't mind clicking the links you share then wordlinx can be some good source of extra cash for you. From time to time I share some links on my facebook account and make a few extra $ ( I have over 1000 friends on fb though so you might not get as many ****** as me). If you don't have a big following you can also make some money by just viewing links. Thats right. All you have to do is just click through some links and check out the website they show you. Then press next and see the money go up. ( It's not much but seriously this is extremely easy and no effort ). They also offer some surveys and other offers and all in all they are legit and I made some cash with them before.

So to get started just signup and login to wordlinx. You can be making some extra dollars in just a few minutes:)
 

NickF2

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WordLinx is a reliable *** site with a solid reputation among its users. Their website is simple and easy to use.
Just by completing a variety of simple tasks, like watching videos, sharing links, playing games, taking surveys, clicking ads and more, everyone can make few bucks.
There is a lot to click every day. For each advertisement, there is a 0.1 - 1 cent reward. How much you make depends on the hours and effort you give.
Earning from this website is small compared to some *** site, but what I love is their payout process. The minimum payout from this website is $10 (minus %5 fee for PayPal's mass payment fee) and it only takes minutes to receive!

Generally, I rate this website 8/10. Legit!
 

nevetS

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This website is legit. Wordlinx has been around for more than 10 years, and they are one of the eldest *** websites.

It's easy to earn from this website, and the points that I get from various tasks are fair (through ****** mostly). I made $80+ within 8 months, just for working not more than 2 hours per day. I believe it's reasonable.

The payout is fast, it only takes minutes, sometimes hours. The payout is through Paypal, though for me it would be much better if they have a gift cards option too.

The only downside from this website is the referral system cause it's hard to refer people plus the points you get aren't worth it. I don't recommend wasting time referring people to this website.

Anyone who's looking for *** website that really pays, go with this one cause they're totally legit. Take my word.
 
#5
I've been using this website for two months now. They have a strong reputation, and it's the reason why I used this website.
Being a member of Wordlinx, I can say that this isn't the highest paying survey site, but still, I'm earning.
Their surveys are interesting and easy to complete, but the points I get from surveys is a little low compared to some survey sites I've been in the past.
I focused on working with my referrals since the day I started. I've got quite a lot now, so it's where I get most of my earnings. I already made about $40 in total.
They're legit no doubt. You just have to work hard if you want to make some money from this website.
 

Clinkz

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Wordlinx is legit. They won't be around for 11 years just for nothing. No scam website would still be available for more than ten years. It's a fact!

I have been using this site before, about six years ago and I made some decent money; I'm a verified member by the way. Also, how much money you make totally depends on the effort you give.

Wordlinx really pays, and they pay ON TIME. Their customer support staffs are very professional as well, and they helped with every problem I had in the past.

Anyone can really make money here. However, I'm not so sure if it's still easy to earn from this website nowadays as I'd read some negative feedback about Wordlinx not so long ago.

In general, I've earned enough cash from this website before, so I'd still recommend it.
 

killua231

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Ultimately, GPT sites are not suitable to make enough money, but you can earn pocket money. It is indeed a legit GPT site that pays on time. It is the fast, comfortable, and smart way. I recommended this site to work on your part-time.

I can see some value for some people, but for most people, I wouldn’t really recommend it if you are looking to earn additional income that would make sense. I do however recommend this site when you are trying to get some social shares to your website, Youtube video, or for a little extra SEO value from some social links.
 

Kanvi

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Ultimately, GPT sites are not suitable to make enough money, but you can earn pocket money. It is indeed a legit GPT site that pays on time. It is the fast, comfortable, and smart way. I recommended this site to work on your part-time.

I can see some value for some people, but for most people, I wouldn’t really recommend it if you are looking to earn additional income that would make sense. I do however recommend this site when you are trying to get some social shares to your website, Youtube video, or for a little extra SEO value from some social links.
Good summary and why GPT sites are also often called beermoney :)
 

Naomi

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Yep, that's also how I like to describe rewards sites. In fact, one of the red flags I look out for is if a site promises I'll get rich answering surveys. I usually ignore sites that do that.
 

james1

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This site has flaws, and the earning is slow, but they are definitely legit cause they pay its members.
To earn money, you’ll need to click on ads that pay you about one cent each. It’s going to take forever to get paid if you'll only focus on this.
Also, if you’re interested in the traffic exchange side of things, don’t bother. You’ll send traffic to your site, but they won’t interact with your content or earn you money.
The only way for this site to be profitable is to have thousands of active referrals, which most of the users don’t have a means of doing. It may be hard, but it totally works.
Of course, there's a lot of other GPT sites out there. It's all about what you think works best for you.
 
#11
I was quite late to get acquitted with Wordlinx. The site looks impressive, and it does offer some earning potential. Based on my research, WordLinx has been around for quite some time now, and you will see a lot of positive things about them. It is one of the few *** sites that are paying users for over a decade now.

To earn money, you’ll need to click on ads. It does take time to get paid, totally depends on how much time you put in. The last thing, from what I can see, the most effective way to earn from this site is to have tons of referrals.
 
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