Coins.ph is not in any way connected to nor affiliated with Midjobs. Coins.ph is not a partner or in any way supporting Midjobs. Any use of the Coins.ph name, trademarks or other mention of Coins.ph is without our authorisation and approval, misrepresenting a partnership with Coins.ph.
What is Midjobs?
Midjobs is an online portal with video content inviting its members to review video and other sponsored content. Based on the information derived from their website, each member is required to purchase/upgrade to a package, such as Basic, Pro, VIP, Elite, and Black Card, before being able to earn from doing part-time jobs offered such as leaving Facebook reviews, watching and commenting on videos/ads, and answering surveys. Upon completion of tasks, it was claimed that members can withdraw any proceeds.
Coins.ph does not endorse or is affiliated in any way with such activities or products. Moreover, we have a zero tolerance policy on suspected fraudulent activities and potentially scamming practices. In a separate article, we have enumerated tips on how you can avoid investment schemes and other online scams. We urge our customers to be extra diligent with their funds and to act within our User Agreement.
Is Coins.ph the same and/or affiliated with Coinpayments?
Coinpayments is not the same nor affiliated in any way with Coins.ph. Coinpayments is a platform headquartered in Cayman Islands offering storage of cryptocurrencies and a payment processor, allowing merchants to accept cryptocurrencies in their store/business for bitcoin and 1,200+ other cryptocurrencies. It was observed, however, that Midjobs may have engaged the services of Coinpayments, not Coins.ph, to receive any proceeds from their members.
What happened to Midjobs?
Unfortunately, we do not have any information regarding matters of other companies/entities. Midjobs is not connected nor affiliated with Coins.ph.