The short answer is no, these are all scams. You cannot earn money reading articles online. Any company that says so is simply trying to scam you.
At best they’ll harvest your email address so they can spam you; at worst they’ll try to obtain username and password information to access Paypal or Payza.
One such company was All News Round who claimed to pay up to $5-$9 per each news article and multiple articles a day.. To earn the $9 per article, you had to grow your account from a ‘beginner status’ to a ‘professional status’. This involved referring people such as friends who also join in on this scam where you supposedly earn $38 extra when they sign up plus 20% of their earnings.
They said that when your account balance reaches a threshold of $800, you can withdraw the money. However as soon a you try to cash your earnings you’re going to be asked for your payza or PayPal account information, which will include both your username and your password! This will give them access to your online bank account.
Thankfully it appears that All News Round no longer exists. But you can bet that other similar sites exist, possibly owned by the same person.
If you have already given them your Paypal or Payza account information I recommend you change your password as soon as possible by going directly to the Paypal or Payza websites. Also check your Paypal or Payza accounts for any suspicious or unauthorized activity.
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