My Work for Life Review [It’s Yet Another Scam Site]

My Work for Life Review

Welcome to my My Work for Life review!

I came across this make money opportunity while visiting one of the Facebook groups that I belong to. There are so many "interesting" opportunities out there, and this one is no different.

In fact:

My Work for Life looks like a less professional version of a bunch of scam sites that I've just reviewed recently. It looks like it was put together by my 6-year old nephew.

This site is so terrible, I'm not sure why anyone would even visit it.


I'm going to do just that.

Let's dive into this My Work for Life review and see if there are any redeeming qualities to this website. (Spoiler alert: the answer is no.)

My Work for Life Review


My Work for Life gets a 1/2 star for quality only because you wouldn't be able to see it well if I gave it what it deserves - 0 stars. The quality of this website is so bad that it looks like a small child put it together. 


Maybe it sounds easy to make money with My Work for Life, however, it not only has the highest minimum to qualify that I've seen so far ($300), I guarantee that even if you do manage to make that amount, you will never see even $1 of it. 


Like with the other scam sites I've reviewed just like My Work for Life, it's free to join, but you pay with much more than dollars. You will pay when your personal information gets sold to some shady marketers. 

Summary: My Work for Life is nothing but a terribly put together scam website. The only sole purpose of it from what I can see is to collect your personal information so they can sell it off to scam marketers. It's the lowest quality scam site I've seen so far, and they didn't even take the time to create a Terms & Conditions page. There is no contact information and we have no idea who owns this site. Stay far away!

  • There are no redeeming qualities about this site.
  • Poor quality website
  • We have no idea who the owner is
  • There is no contact information
  • Support email doesn't seem to work
  • They collect your personal data, including your address
  • Your data will likely get sold to scammers
  • They may even try to steal more of your information on other sites
  • You will never get paid (because they have no way of making money)


Thumbs Down

I would never, ever recommend My Work for Life even to my worst enemy. I advise you to find another way of making an income online. (I have some ideas for you later in the article.) 

Interested in making money online, but tired of the scams and low-quality products? See my #1 recommendation instead

What is My Work for Life?

My Work for Life website claims that it's easy to make money. There are 4 simple steps:

  1. Set up your account
  2. Get instant approval (it actually says "Instant Improve". English is not this site's strong suit.)
  3. Work little
  4. Get paid 
My Work for Life steps makes it sound easy

According to the member guide, you share your referral link and you can earn money. How much can you earn? It doesn't say on the homepage, but once you log in it shows that you'll make $5-$10 per link. In order to get paid, you'll have to earn at least $300.

Don't worry. You can trust them because they "has" been around for years. 

They've been in business many years?

Like I said, English does not seem to be the first language of whoever created this site.

I *highly* suggest you don't sign up for this site, and I'll explain why a little later. But for the sake of curiosity and exploration, I'm going to do just that.

Once I get in, it shows my referral link and it shows that I earned $10. (I suppose for registering, but it didn't say that anywhere.)

Here's a peek inside the system:

Inside My Work for Life

You can see it's terrible.

I wouldn't trust this site at all. Please, do NOT sign up at this site.

How Does My Work for Life Work?

Supposedly, My Work for Life works because you're sending them traffic to their site. And because of that, they can somehow pay you $5-$10 per referral? Honestly, that makes zero sense.

Just take a look at the sites I've reviewed recently:

You can see that all of these scam sites are very similar to My Work for Life, except that My Work for Life is even more terrible. It's probably the worst looking website I've ever seen. 

Besides the way it looks and the poor English, there are some major red flags and why you need to stay away from this one.


There is a support link and a support email address, but it doesn't actually work. Or, at least it's unknown if it works, which is bad enough. How do I know?

First, I tried sending an email to the address. I didn't receive a bounce back, but there's no indication that it went through either.

Secondly, I put it through this handy dandy email checker tool, and the results came out as unknown:

My Work for Life Review - email doesn't work

Contact Information

Besides the Support email, there is absolutely no other contact information on this site. We have no idea who runs it, we don't know where they're running it from. There's no other email addresses, no social media contacts, no phone number. Nothing.

Legal Information

This is the laziest scam website ever put together. There's no contact information and even worse, no terms & conditions or privacy policy. At least the other scam sites had terms and conditions. And one of them even had a Privacy Policy (although it wasn't filled out.)


Their FAQs are also terrible. It's just a few questions and answers on how this works. One of the questions and answers makes absolutely no sense.

"This can't be real. Are you giving free money?
No, we are not giving away free money. We are paying you in order to generate traffic to our advertiser's websites. We will get paid from our advertisers for the traffic we bring to them and paid commission to you people."

What advertisers?

It's clear that whoever put this together is basing their information off of the other scam sites, because they all say this about the advertisers.

But unlike those other sites, this one doesn't have any surveys or other "get paid to" tasks where advertisers could actually come into play. (They don't really, but it makes a little more sense.)

Is My Work for Life a Scam or Legit?

My Work for Life is a scam, 100% no doubt. It's a terrible scam site even. It's not even close to looking legitimate. What's even worse with this site is that they even ask for your address when you register. Please, do not give them any of your personal information!

If You Already Signed Up

I always give this advice for any site like this. If you've already signed up, and you used the same password that you use on other sites, change your password on the other sites immediately. Because there's a good chance that these guys will try to hack into your other accounts and steal your information.

I suggest that if you sent the referral link to your friends that you show them this review and advise them not to sign up. If you see any site like My Work for Life or any of the others that I listed above, you now know to avoid it. They all have a very similar look to them with the same type of instructions.

Earn an Income Online the Right Way

If you're looking to earn an income online, then I recommend that you skip all of these get rich quick ideas and learn how to do it the right way. These make money fast things never work. Not only that, some of them can be a danger to your personal data!

I have a few ideas for you if you're looking to do something legitimate.

1. Affiliate Marketing

My #1 way to earn an income online is through affiliate marketing. That's what I do, and I think it's great.

The upsides:

  • Your time is flexible (because you work for yourself),
  • Instead of hard sales, you instead attract people to your site with something they're looking for
  • You promote other people's products, so no need to hold inventory
  • You don't need to make any phone calls
  • There's no limit to how much you can earn

The downsides:

  • It's not a fast solution to making money as it takes time to build up your website
  • You do have to spend some money to get started (although not a lot)

Click here to get my free guide, How To: Affiliate Marketing for Beginners

2. Get Paid To and Survey Sites

Legitimate "Get Paid To" (GPT) and survey sites can be a way to make a little extra income in the side. It's not my favorite way to earn money because you can't earn a full-time income doing it. It's good to make a little here and there in your spare time. If you're not looking to earn a lot of money, then this could be a good way to go.

I have a list of 10 in my blog post, 50 Real Ways to Make Money Online. I also have a lot of other ideas in that post for you too, so check it out and see if anything makes sense for you.

3. Learn How to Create Sales Funnels

Creating sales funnels is very popular in the online marketing world these days. A sales funnel allows you to set up an automated system where you are able to capture leads, and send them into a "funnel" where you promote different products or services to them. 

This way can be much faster than setting up an affiliate marketing website, but it requires a bit more investment because you'll be buying leads.

Learn about sales funnels with these posts:

I've only scratched the surface when it comes to making an income online. There are many, many legitimate ways to do it. You don't need a scam site like My Work for Life.


I hope that this My Work for Life review showed you exactly why it's a terrible idea to sign up with them. I understand that you might just want to try it out because it's free and there's nothing to lose.

You might not lose money, but you personal information is in jeopardy with a site like this. The only reason a site like this would even exist is to get your data. Since they aren't charging you anything, they're not getting your money. Instead, they draw you in because it's free, get your data, and then sell that.


Do you have any questions or comments about this My Work for Life review? Leave them for me down below!

8 thoughts on “My Work for Life Review [It’s Yet Another Scam Site]”

  1. OMG, I love your website, your sense of humor and your honesty.   I’m not sure exactly why this morning, as I’m trying to wake up with coffee, that I found myself compelled to research My Work For Life after I saw it mentioned on Facebook.  

    Put together by a 6 year old? lol   Given the popularity of solo ad concept (selling email lists to other people so they can be spammed), I think your theory that they are simply trying to collect emails is probably correct.  From your review, it sounds like they put zero effort into providing something of value.  

    Well, I suppose the value I got from their being in Facebook is that it allowed me to discover your site and your manifesto.  Did I mention that I like your site?  Thanks! I will be back in the future.  

    • Thanks so much, Sondra for your kind words. I’m just out there trying to fight the good fight for the “weird” as I say in my manifesto (which is just now My Mission), helping to direct us away from the things that are not going to provide a full-time income from home, and helping us move toward the things that CAN provide a full-time income. 

  2. Dear Christina,

    Thanks a lot for the helpful review.

    After reading your review post I am not going to waste any of my time in this website. You are correct, there 1000’s of websites like this and you are doing a great service via your review posts. Hats off to you!

    I am really wondering, there is not even a single positive thing about this site. No information about the owner or creator is a big red flag. Time is money! You saved my time, effort and money. I loved how easy the review makes it for readers and no further research is required.

    Much Success!


    • Thanks so much for commenting on this My Work for Life review and realizing how ridiculous it is. lol I’m finding that the more I see sites like this, the more there are. It’s like a never-ending cycle of scam sites out there. No wonder people are confused and afraid! 

      And no, I could not find even 1 bit of a positive from this site. Even the other scam sites that I reviewed at least looked a little nicer than this one. 

  3. Hello Christina; thank you very much for the analysis of My Work for Life. I’m on Wealthy Affiliate and I stay here; after 5 years of searches I finally found what I were looking for; I congratulate myself that during this time I did not spend money on deceptive stuff, but I took care.

    best regards


    • Excellent, Carmen. I’m glad you found your way to Wealthy Affiliate and you see that it is definitely not a deceptive site like so many out there. It’s nice to feel at home, right? 

  4. Hi Christina. Thank you for the review of this site. As you probably remember when you first started your online marketing career, there are a TON of courses out there! Trying to find the correct program is a daunting task. As a newbie to online marketing myself, I’m torn between may different training platforms. Do you recommend affiliate marketing for beginners such as myself?

    I definitely will not be looking into My Work For Life! Thank you for taking the time to help us avoid the SCAMS!

    • Haha, yes, please avoid My Work for Life at all costs! 

      My #1 recommendation to learn affiliate marketing is Wealthy Affiliate because they teach you how to create and monetize a website step by step. They teach YOU how to be in control of your own financial future. Here is my full Wealthy Affiliate review. 

      I also put together my top picks to learn affiliate marketing. Wealthy Affiliate is still #1 there, of course, but this will also give you some other options. 


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