My Latest Ojooo Review
I have been building up my Ojooo account for quite some time now. All I did was log in, click on the most valuable ads at the bottom of the available list and the fixed ads and be done within a few minutes. I used all of my earnings to rent referrals until I had the maximum number allowed that I could possibly get as a standard member (which happened to be 100).
At this point I was earning $0.65 cents per day and so I decided to take the plunge and upgrade my account. I chose the $39 monthly upgrade and waited to see what would happen.
Let me tell you, there were a shit load of ads available after that…so many that I didn’t want to click them all. I experimented on one day and did actually do all of the ads, and it took me about an hour to finish them all. Let me tell you, I don’t have the time to invest in actually clicking so many per day on one site, so I ditched that idea and just kept clicking on the highest value ads and the fixed ads as I did before the upgrade.
My earnings had jumped to over $1 per day, which is quite nice, but not enough to make up my investment of $39, unless if I were to buy more referrals, which I wasn’t willing or prepared to do at that time. Anyway I allowed my upgrade to expire after the month was up and even let some of my refs expire to the point of only having 80 of the 100 left.
I’ll admit that I didn’t do a good job of managing my referrals properly, as I should have kept autopay on only the profitable ones…I was just too busy to bother. Anyway, I requested my first cashout ever from my Ojooo account for $25.82 and then I waited…waited and waited some more. I waited from December 24th, 2015 and kept my fingers crossed because I had read a lot of complaints from other users that Ojooo wasn’t paying.
Ad then lo and behold on January 17th, 2016 my payment was in my Paypal account. Woo-hoo! Of course it isn’t enough to cover my initial investment, but yes Ojooo is indeed paying…at least in my own personal experience.
In conclusion I will continue to use Ojooo but for now I will remain a standard member. Perhaps after a few more payments I will once again try the upgrade, but I will for sure be prepared and have enough saved in my account balance to buy more referrals and so I will profit more at my next attempt.
UPDATE MARCH 06, 2016
I have decided to upgrade my account, but just the yearly $39 option. I can earn a few bucks a day with the maximum 300 rented referrals allowed. I’ll let you know how it goes.
In the meantime, I wish you happy earnings.