Welcome to my Enjeo review!
In this post I will be talking about company that pays you to refer other people to various products around the web.
Whenever a new program comes on the scene it normally creates a lot of hype as you have a fresh way to make money.
And so far that is what I have seen through many people promoting the company.
So if you have been approached about joining Enjeo and initially was thinking this could be a scam it might be worth reading this review.
What Is Enjeo?
Right so what is Enjeo, it is a referral program which like I talked about pays you to promote other products to people.
This is otherwise known as a business model named affiliate marketing something I am involved in myself.
Now when I first came across Enjoe I will admit I did initially think it was another recruiting scheme, on the same lines to Up 2 Day.
However it turns out Enjoe is not only legit but it is also a free service to use, so thumbs up for that.
But what I didn’t like straightaway is the lack of background information on the site.
You have the FAQ which is good, but having no about us page so I could learn about the company did put me off.
How Easy Is It To Sign Up?
I can tell that some people will not like the way Enjoe is when it comes to signing up as you are required to put in your back details.
Once you have clicked on the sign up button you will be presented with a page full of empty fill in boxes.
This is self explanatory information so you have your email, creating password, name, etc.
They do also ask for your mailing address and phone number which could be too much for some.
But its at the bottom of the page where there is a section named ‘where should we pay you?’.
You are asked for your bank account details so that they can wire a bank transfer to you when its time to get paid.
That’s fine, the problem is with the lack of info, you don’t want to just be handing out details like this to anyone.
So its good to hear that they are at least legit and are paying.
Since a US bank account is required means you must be a US resident to both participate and get paid. The other restriction is you must also be 18+.
The Enjeo Sign Up Bonus
So there are two bonuses you can for signing up, one for signing up an affiliate and the other for customer.
So in total you will get $20 in total for doing both of those actions.
Now technically in order to do that you need to refer someone and get them to do it for you.
However there is a way to do it yourself, with Enjeo have come out and said is fine.
So what your going to need to do is make a brand new account with different details to your main one.
You will need to use your referral link so that you are credited and that will get you $10.
Next up you will need to complete one of the offers as if you were a customer. The list of products contain cheap plans which you can buy, you can purchase one for $1.
That will get you the second $10 bonus.
Now you would think that it is frowned upon to do something like that. I know other GPT sites would probably ban you for doing this however in this instance you have the green light.
This will give you effectively $20 without really needing to do much.
Once I had made an account which was mainly for the point of this review to see what was on offer.
Well I was underwhelmed to say the least.
Like you can see from the image of the dashboard there ins’t a great deal. You have your current commissions at the top and then the links to your left.
It’s here though that you can track your reports, how much you have made through commissions and that kind of stuff.
Now being a new person and seeing basically a blank page it was unclear on how exactly you start earning.
Let me talk you though where to start.
Enjeo Referral Program
So there are two ways to earn money with Enjoe, you can either refer affiliates or customers.
There is a difference between the two and below you will see a diagram of it in action.
So affiliates are people you refer to Enjeo who then bring in people themselves to be customers.
For bringing in affiliates you used to be able to get $10 per person which was fairly generous.
However they have since changed to $10 split into two, you get $5 for initially getting them to sign up and there first customer. If they on board for 30 days you will then get the second $5.
The second way is to get customers, you can do this by sharing your product links. Every time someone then purchases that product or service you will get paid for it.
For every sale you will get paid, however there are various rates so this all depends on what your customer buys as to the cut you get.
But as you can see no matter what your doing the goal is to ultimately build your downline. The more levels you have the more you can buy.
You could say there is a similarity to a MLM however with products involved and no fee to join, its doesn’t file under that category.
Are People Making Money?
This is something I was asking at the start but having seen payment proofs around the internet, it does seem that Enjeo payout.
So far I have seen numerous posts on Facebook, Reddit, etc all saying join for a quick $10.
While you would at first think something fishy is going on it is actually all genuine.
However questions do go to who ever is running Enjeo has it is one of the most expensive marketing strategies I have seen for a GPT site.
So that does explain all of the hype going on right now.
Where Enjeo Does Good
There aren’t too many positives to Enjeo as its a limiting platform and you will only find that out once you’ve made an account.
1. Good Payouts
With the affiliate program and especially for the generous bonuses there is good incentive to use the site. As they pay out well.
If you know what to do you could build a downline of people who are not only referring others but completing
Where Enjeo Sucks
To say the least it is underwhelming, the choice of products is very poor. Its like you have this site offering what seems at the start a big opportunity to earn.
However once you have signed up you only see 7 products that you can promote, and the fact that most of them are based around insurance makes your choice smaller.
If you are not interested in promoting a roadside assistance mini plan then your a little stuck.
Your only choice then is to just refer others to then bring in customers and take a cut from that.
2. The Same Style As A Pyramid Scheme
Recently I have gone over pyramid schemes and joining programs with the incentive of getting cash like a cash gifting scheme.
But the way its set out and from the diagram I was shown on the dashboard straight after signing up, it feels so similar to the structure of a pyramid scheme.
As the main focus is all about building the company through referrals. So while there is an opportunity to make money, its all designed so the can build there numbers up.
Since I have tried both MLM’s and been sucked in to Pyramid schemes in the past I tend to stay away from them now. As any program that is primarily focusing on members get more people in to it is a red flag for me.
The good news is though that there are no fees involved, so I wouldn’t class them as a scam.
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Is Enjeo Legit?
If I am being hoesnt I though Enjeo was a scam at the start, it looked ‘baity’ at the start. Seeing the word referral everywhere also got my suspicions up.
However with that said Enjeo are safe and you can make money with them.
There isn’t too much on offer however with the bonuses it could be worth just doing it for that.
However unless you want to promote roadside assistance and products like that, then its not going to be for you.
Both offer referral programs but don’t limit themselves to that leaving an astray of ways to earn an income online. Which is why I would choose them over a site like Enjeo.
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