Welcome to my Pinfox Review!
There has been some buzz about this platform, and I decided to look closely to see what it was all about.
Chances are someone approached you with the Pinfox business opportunity, and now you landed here to know if it’s legitimate or a scam.
The good news is I am going to walk you through the platform model, how it works and give my opinion on whether it’s worth your time or not.
Just Pay close attention and read this review to the end.
Pinfox.net review – What is It?
Pinfox is an online platform created on 28th July 2022 (according to Whois) with the aim of offering earning opportunities to Kenyans.
Looking closer at the domain, Pinfox.net, the site is meant for Kenyans. This can also be verified by the Mpesa Payment Method offered.
There isn’t much information about the platform owner, which is usually the case with other online programs such as State Earn agencies.
The lowest cost of joining Pinfox Kenya is Ksh 1000 and highest one is 6,000. It’s paid once through Mpesa without any renewals. Note that the registration fee is also non-refundable.
Understanding how Pinfox works is important to ensure you won’t lose money. To understand its model, let’s look at its various ways of earning for active members.
How you earn with Pinfox
If you look at the summary being shared across social media sites, you’ll notice that Pinfox has multiple ways of earning. The reality hits when you join and realize that some methods were exaggerated. Below is an in-depth explanation of each form of earning;
It’s essentially the only way you can make money with Pinfox in Kenya. Without referrals, the probability of never withdrawing any amount is very high.
The referral bonus depends on the package you’re subscribed of which are listed below.
- Super Package: Cost is Kes 1,000
- Gift Package: Cost is Kes 2,000
- Star Package: Cost is Kes 4,000
- Master Package: Cost is Kes 5,000
- King Package: Cost is Kes 6,000
Can I earn with free referrals?
The answer is NO. Your referrals must pay the registration fee before you get the commission. Meaning you will have to look for people and convince them to pay the registration fee. Is it worth it? You’re the only one who can answer.
The surveys in Pinfox are in the form of questions. You earn 10 Bob per correctly answered question. Since there are ten questions, the potential earnings are Kshs 100, about $1.
Before you get excited, the surveys are merely a marketing technique to lure you into becoming a member. So, they will barely pay you without referrals.
I am always advocating for free legitimate market research survey sites that pay you for your opinion, where there’s no wrong or correct answer. A good example, being Surveytime.io which pays people across the world $1 per complete survey.
You can read our list of legit online surveys that pay through Mpesa.
Pinfox.net is allows users to get paid to click on ads. The website is still in beta, but users can already earn money by viewing and clicking on ads.
To start earning, simply create an account and log in. Then, you’ll be presented with a list of available ads. Click on an ad to view it, and then click the “Confirm” button to earn money.
The pay for watching a ten seconds YouTube video is apparently 10 Kenyan Shillings. This is what is indicated in the Pinfox summary.
Honestly, I wouldn’t spend much time on this, given the history of similar programs like Workpesa. Yes, those who joined wasted their data bundles subscribing to YouTube channels and watching videos without any payout.
Another factor is that the YouTube earnings are withdrawn independently; even worse, there are not enough videos to earn a significant amount.
If you’re looking for a quick way to make money, Pinfox.net may seem like a great option. You can get paid for simply viewing WhatsApp messages on the site. However, you should be aware that Pinfox.net is not a trusted source of income.
There have been numerous reports of people not being paid for their work on Pinfox.net. In addition, the site has been known to change its payment structure without notice, meaning that you could end up earning less than you expected. Overall, it’s best to avoid Pinfox.net and look for other ways to earn money online.
Spin wheels are almost in each online platform, especially the pyramidal scheme. It has been used as bait since last year by the infamous Smarthela agencies.
I won’t explain more about Pinfox spinning as I am sure it’s just yet another enticing feature that will not earn you much money.
You can read our previous reviews to comprehend how spinning is used as a marketing strategy to get more referrals.
Is it a Scam?
The correct answer is it depends on you. If you’re used to joining the referral programs and pyramidal schemes, Pinfox Kenya may be suitable for you.
The low joining fee means that you’re risking much less compared to Pataqash Technologies. On the other hand, referral commissions on Pinfox.net are relatively low.
The site hasn’t revealed any legal documents to prove its legitimacy. The owners or founders are also not known. All these red flags signal the potentiality of Pinfox being a scam.
As for withdrawal proofs, we have seen some cashouts via Mpesa, which probably signals that the site is paying. You’d have to experience it to confirm.
The bottom line of this Pinfox Kenya review is that it’s suitable for people willing to network. Without recruiting others, you’ll be wasting your money.
I don’t recommend the site to our readers as it’s not an online job that pays via Mpesa where everyone can benefit. There will be more losers than profiteers due to the pyramidal structure.
If you must join, ensure you understand the working model of Pinfox.net to be on the safe side. You may also like: How to start a blog in Kenya and make money