Drojob is a website that claims you can earn extra income just by completing easy tasks that don’t require any skills.
I have tested hundreds of sites that offer the same thing over the years, so I know that if a site makes a claim, you shouldn’t necessarily take its word for it. So I tested Drojob to see how it works and to see whether it really does what it claims it does or not.
So if you stick around and read this Drojob review, you will know exactly what to expect from it and whether or not it is a scam or a legit site.
This review will show you the full truth of what the site offers – and let me just tell you right now that there are some important details you need to know.
So let’s go ahead and take a closer look, shall we?
- Red flag #1 – Pop-up ads trigger your anti-virus software
- Red flag #2 – Ridiculously high payout threshold
- Red flag #3 – Additional conditions for withdrawing earnings
- Red flag #4 – Very generous rewards
What is Drojob, and what does it offer?
Drojob is technically a Get-Paid-To (GPT) site that will supposedly reward you for completing simple tasks. But as I’ve said earlier, there are some things you need to know about this site.
And the first thing you need to know is how their earning opportunities work. That way, you’ll have an idea of how much time and effort is needed to supposedly earn from this website.
I have made a video explaining exactly what Drojob does. You can also read the full details below the video.
Recommended: Check Out the Top Survey Sites in Your Country
Option 1 – Watching Videos
The primary way to supposedly earn rewards from Drojob is to watch videos. When you log in to the member dashboard, just click the “Start Work” option found on the left side. Then, just click the Watch button to start watching the video.
Every day, you can watch six random YouTube videos, which usually last for 30 seconds. When you press to watch, you will see something similar to the photo above. When a video plays, you will see a timer counting down below the video. Once the timer hits 0, just click the claim button to receive the reward, which will be $0.18. It’s actually a very generous reward.
I have never encountered a site that will pay you this much just for watching a YouTube video. Later, I will explain why Drojob can afford to do this.
Now, the thing you need to know about Drojob is that it is very spammy. Every other time you click something on the dashboard, a pop-up browser tab will open and show you an ad. If you’ve got good anti-virus software installed on your computer, the pop-up will most likely be blocked, and you will receive a notification from your anti-virus that it has just blocked a threat.
So, not only will you encounter a lot of pop-up ads, but these ads potentially carry harmful content. This is a huge red flag for me. Every time a website triggers my anti-virus software, I usually get concerned, and I tend to stay away from the site.
Another thing you need to know about this opportunity is that by doing this every day, you will earn badges. Once you’ve earned enough badges, you’ll be able to unlock the other earning opportunities the site offers.
This was another cause for concern for me personally. Later on, I will elaborate on all the red flags I encountered when I was testing this site. But for now, let’s just continue to discuss the opportunities to supposedly earn rewards.
Option 2 – Tasks
As mentioned earlier, the site claims you can earn by completing easy tasks. What the site doesn’t tell you is that you need to earn enough badges before you can actually work on the tasks the site is referring to.
As you can see in the photo above, once you’ve earned 150, you can rate products to earn more rewards. If you earned 300 badges, you can work on survey tasks. For 500 badges, you can work on validating captcha tasks. To give you perspective, when you finish watching the six videos, you will get 72 badges.
So it can take a couple of days before you will be able to unlock the first type of task and several days to unlock all the other tasks. This will require a bit of patience on your end. Personally, I never got to the point where I unlocked all the tasks, and later, I will explain why.
Option 3 – Referral Program
Like most other GPT sites, Drojob also has a referral program where you can supposedly earn rewards.
In case you don’t know, a referral program is an earning opportunity that is designed to promote the website/app.
In Drojob’s case, to earn rewards, you just have to invite other people to join the site by sharing your referral link.
Once they click the link and sign up as a member, you will receive $1 as a reward. Your referral will also receive a $10 joining bonus as a reward. That’s how easy it is to earn referral rewards. Normally, with other GPT sites, there are additional requirements you need to meet.
While this may sound like a good thing, there’s a reason why Drojob is very generous with its rewards, and I will discuss it later. But for now, let me just say that even though the referral program of Drojob sounds very profitable, I wouldn’t personally invite other people to join Drojob.
In the next section, you will understand why.
Recommended: Check Out the Top GPT Sites
How do you get paid?
All the earning opportunities Drojob offers will supposedly pay you a certain amount. And if you haven’t noticed by now, I keep saying “supposedly” because the bottom line is that you will never receive your earnings from this site.
Let me explain the whole process, so you will understand why.
As you can see in the photo above, Drojob offers several payment methods, including PayPal. However, the main issue with this site is that it has a ridiculously high payout threshold of $100. In all my years of testing rewards sites and apps, I have never encountered a site that has a ridiculously high threshold that intends to pay you.
Drojob is no different. You see, even if you manage to reach the threshold, what will happen is that Drojob will add an additional requirement that you need to meet to withdraw your earnings. Usually, it will ask you to invite a certain number of people to join the site first.
And if you somehow manage to hit that goal, it will add another requirement or ask you to pay a fee to withdraw your earnings (which I strongly advise you not to do). It’s not surprising because almost (if not all) all of the sites that I have encountered over the years that also have a very high payout threshold do the same thing.
So to answer the question above, no, you won’t get paid. You will never receive your earnings from this site. Some members even say that if you somehow get closer to the threshold, they will suddenly ban your account, saying that you’ve violated their terms and conditions.
That’s why if you are looking for sites that will really pay, I suggest you check out the top sites that pay via PayPal instead.
Red flags you need to be aware of
As you can see, Drojob has a few red flags you need to be aware of. Let me explain each red flag I encountered, so you will understand why it is a red flag.
This will also help you spot the same thing from other sites and apps you encounter in the future.
Red flag #1 – Pop-up ads trigger your anti-virus software
As mentioned earlier, if the pop-up ads of a website trigger your anti-virus software, it is more than safe to say that the website contains harmful elements for your computer.
Usually, the ad will contain malware or adware that will slow down your computer or steal your private information.
This is why I personally avoid sites that trigger my anti-virus software. I don’t want to risk my computer getting infected by a virus, even if the site claims you can earn good money. It’s better to be safe than sorry, as the saying goes.
Red flag #2 – Ridiculously high payout threshold
Having a ridiculously high payout threshold is almost equivalent to saying you will never receive your earnings. And in Drojob’s case, where you will only earn a few cents per day, it will certainly take a lot of time to hit the threshold.
The usual scenario that happens when a site has a payout threshold that is extremely high is that the member will lose interest in a few days and just stops using the site. All the while, the site earns from what the member did while being active on the site.
The other scenario is the next red flag that I will discuss.
Red flag #3 – Additional conditions for withdrawing earnings
As explained earlier, if you somehow manage to hit the extremely high payout threshold, Drojob will impose an additional condition you need to meet to withdraw your earnings. And most of the time, the requirement will be to invite a specific number of people to join the site.
In all my years of testing online rewards sites and apps, every time a site or app does this, nothing good ever happens. You see, a site that truly intends to pay its members will never hide anything from its members, especially when it comes to how you can cash out.
The requirements are always transparent. So if a site or app springs up an additional requirement when you try to cash out, the only reason they are doing that is to prevent you from cashing out.
If somehow you hit this requirement, they will add another one, and so on and so forth, until you quit out of frustration or lose interest.
Red flag #4 – Very generous rewards
As I’ve mentioned earlier, you will earn $0.18 per video you watch, which is an unusually high amount compared to legit sites that pay you to watch videos.
So, I quickly had my doubts about this site. That’s how fast I recognized that there was something wrong with Drojob.
You see, when watching videos on legit sites, you will only normally earn around $0.01 at most. Most of the time, it will even be less than that. So, for a site to pay significantly higher than the market rate, you really have to be suspicious as to how they can afford to do that.
And the answer is quite clear. They don’t intend to pay you a single dime. The generous rewards are just a way to keep you hooked to the site so that you keep watching videos and they keep earning. This is a more subtle red flag, and you actually have to have years of experience to be able to identify if a site is overpaying you or not.
What you always need to keep in mind with online rewards sites and apps is that the reward will usually always be proportional to the time and effort required to complete the task. If a task requires little to no effort, you will usually not get paid a lot.
And especially with watching videos, legit sites will only pay you a couple of cents at most per video you watch.
Drojob is a site that claims you can supposedly earn by completing simple tasks. But as explained above, there are a few things you need to know about the site.
So let me wrap up this review with a summary of its pros and cons to clearly present to you an overview of what the site has to offer exactly. Then, you will understand why I don’t recommend it at all.
- The site is very spammy, and ads will trigger your anti-virus software
- Extremely high payout threshold
- Will add hidden requirements when you cash out
In case it’s not clear yet, I don’t recommend you waste your time on Drojob. You will never be able to withdraw your earnings from this site even if you manage to hit its ridiculously high payout threshold.
Plus, working on the site will only put your computer at risk because its ads contain a lot of harmful elements that your anti-virus software may or may not recognize. You are better off joining other GPT sites that actually pay.
For a list of these sites, I suggest you check out the top survey and GPT sites in your country instead. The sites on this list all have good earning potential, and they will all allow you to withdraw your earnings with ease.
If you have any comments, questions, or have any experience with Drojob yourself, I would love to hear from you in a comment below.
24 thoughts on “Is Drojob a Scam or Legit? (Learn the Full Truth)”
fake fake fake everybody dont wast your time…..after 94$…it freezying ur account….pls…drojob is extermly fake….
Yes, it is a waste of time, as I explain in the review above.