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PayPal Money Adder SCAM 2020 – Free Money to your PayPal ?

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PayPal Money Adder  software (or PayPal Money Generator or free paypal money adder) is a piece of app that adds money straight to your PayPal account absolutely free.

All you do is get the software, run the app (or use the web free PayPal Money app), fill the form and then you receive the money.

That’s something that sounds amazingly incredible. I must say the authors of this Free PayPal Money adder are smart.

They are smart in their own world because no one in a genuine business garment will fall to such madness. Their victims are people want to know how to get free money.

PayPal Money Adder software scam and fraud

My first piece of advice is you STAY AWAY from anything that promises you free money online. When it comes to PayPal, you have to not even think twice. Quit!

Don’t even give it a try. PayPal Money Adder is a big fraud and I will tell you what the authors are doing in a moment.

PayPal is the biggest and most secured financial institution payment processor online today. I do not agree with anyone who things there is a bug in the PayPal platform that allows some malicious application to manipulate their database for such a period of time.

I’m not writing this post to review PayPal. I simply want to let you know PayPal Money Adder that promises to add money to your PayPal account is a massive dead trap. It’s not possible to game PayPal so easily and no one in the world is giving away such free money.

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Want to know how to make money online?

Want to make real, genuine business online and have money sent to your PayPal account from authentic companies?

 

Check this post out!

PayPal Money Generator – Wolfs in sheep’s garments?

Folks are developing different ways to make money online. While the Internet has genuine ways to earn a growing passive income, there are many money making scams you must not fall to.

The PayPal Free Money desktop or web applications have different names:

  1. PayPal Money Generator
  2. PayPal Money Adder

Whatever names it goes by, web or desktop, they are all scam. Here is one of them:

paypal money adder

Why PayPal Money Adder or PayPal Money Generator is dangerous

Generally, these free PayPal money adders will ask for your PayPal email, the amount you want to receive and the currency.

To sound like they are genuine, they will tell you they don’t need your PayPal account password. That gives you some measure of security and pushes you to go ahead and submit your PayPal email address.  By doing that, you just help them earn money. Here are 4 reasons any PayPal money adder is dangerous:

1 – Phishing

This is the fraudulent attempt to obtain sensitive information such as your usernames, passwords, and credit card details, often for malicious reasons.

‘Phishers’ do this by  sending you emails purporting to be from reputable companies in order to induce you to reveal your personal and sensitive information.

Phishing emails are so well designed to make you believe it’s coming from a genuine source. By submitting your data to them, you give them express entrance into your accounts.

Though PayPal Money Generators don’t ask for your password, what they do is send you mails as coming from PayPal, requesting you sign in to your PayPal account to authorize them resolve a supposed issue.

Here is a sample of a PayPal Phishing mail

free paypal money adder

You may receive a mail that looks more genuine than this. But here are a couple of things to pay attention to:

  • The From email. Sometimes, it comes from a domain name not owned by PayPal
  • The Reply-to email. Usually not PayPal’s authorized address
  • The content of the mail. There is always something fishy inside
  • The external link the button points to.

Often, the phishing mail may look 100% like coming from PayPal. The page that opens if you click the button in the mail looks a genuine PayPal website. But the domain name will be completely different:

paypal money generator

Now, if you submit your email on those PayPal Money senders, this is what they will do to you any time later. They do this to thousands of PayPal email addresses they have in their database.

If by any error you fill the form and submit your Paypal Email and Password to them, you give them express access to your account and personal identification number.

2 – They sell your emails to big companies

Some companies are in the business of buying valid email addresses for advertisement. Sometimes you get some adverts straight to your inbox and you are wondering how they got your email address.

There are different ways to get people’s emails without their consent. That’s pure spamming but by the time the companies gain access to hundreds of thousands or millions of these valid addresses, they would have come to the point of making good business.

Once those PayPal Money Adder promoters build a huge list through their fake software, it makes good business for them selling the list for huge sums.

3 – Malicious software download.

Some desktop PayPal Money Adder software may contain some malicious, spy script. If your computer is not running the latest version of a good anti-virus, anti- spyware, you may end up exposing your entire system to the  wickedness of some folks. The best prevention is not to get involved.

4 – They use you to make their business

One of the things you will notice is that to complete the money transfer process, you will sometimes be required to fill a survey form and do some promotion for the so-called free PayPal Money Generator.

paypal money adder software

While you will never end up receiving any funds in your Paypal, you would have submitted your email address and helped them do some more promotion.

5 – You lose money by buying the app

Some PayPal Money Adders are not free at all. While the malicious app is seeking to cause you some harm, their authors are walking away with some cool money from naive Internet users.

Is PayPal Money Adder Legit or Scam?

There is no way anyone can convince me that any PayPal Money Adder software is legitimate for 2 reasons:

  1. Gaming PayPal to transfer funds is practically not possible
  2. Why would someone just give out free money to people? There is something fishy behind.

Any Genuine Ways to make money online and Receive PayPal Money?

Absolutely yes!

PayPal is the most highly used and recommended Payment processor used by many companies worldwide.

To receive PayPal money consistently, you need to be able to do business and be paid by legitimate companies.

Creating a small business online can be a daunting task. However, I show you in this post how to create a genuine business online and get paid day in day out.

A little more about Paypal

PayPal is often used to transfer money online anytime anywhere it’s covered. You can fund your transaction simply by attaching your bank debit card. Visa and MasterCard are commonly used.

If your Paypal account balance is low, your funds will be automatically withdrawn from the attached card. Not however that Paypal for direct online money transfer is strict. Many money transfer services don’t have Paypal as a source of funds.

This is generally because of refund policies. The money transfer service is a delicate business where refunds have to be firmly handled. The best way to transfer money with Paypal is by using an online merchant.

Withdraw your money from Paypal

There are different ways fund withdrawals are handled:

  • Transfer money straight to a different account
  • Transfer your funds to bank account
  • Use your Paypal Credit Card at Atms worldwide
  • Purchase online or use the card reader

As a matter of fact, if your account is in right standings, it is easy to withdraw money from Paypal.

Hope this helps.

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Enstine Muki
 

Certified Cryptocurrency Expert, Problogger and Serial Entrepreneur

Click Here to Leave a Comment Below 38 comments
Vishwajeet Kumar

Hello Enstine,

These type of fake tools and software are creating hype in internet. People easily get attarcted to it in the way to earn free money. They actually didn’t know that this may cause serious security issue for them. Thanks for pointing out them. Very educative post.

Have a Great Day 🙂
Vishwajeet

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    Enstine Muki

    Hey man,
    Thanks for the comment.
    We are trying out best to educate our readers on things that may hurt them.

    How is the new blog going?

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Shafi Khan

It is sad to see that many people still believe in these sh*ts and think making money online is easy and a software can generate money for them.

Thanks, Enstine to write about this issue and hope this article will help some people to avoid such scams.

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    Enstine Muki

    Thank you Shafi 😉
    How is the week going your end?

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Rahul

Hi.

Thanks for sending notification 🙂

Loved the post. Most of such emails I found are spam only. Thanks for the detailed guide.

Regards.
Rahul
Tech4EN.org

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    Enstine Muki

    Hey Rahul,
    I’m glad this post is helping folks out.
    Please help share it as well and thanks for your comment

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Jackson Joseph

thanks so much Enstine Muki for the information, very important. This will go far in helping people to be safe in the net. They actually didn’t know that this may cause serious security issue for them. Thanks for pointing out them

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    Enstine Muki

    Hey Jackson,
    Thanks for the comment.
    Hope you are doing great

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Rapture Godson

Thank you Enstine Muki for sharing this information. I am usually skeptical about free items. People use them as bait to harm others. Individuals are to be aware at all the time so they don’t become preys on the web.

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    Enstine Muki

    Yes those free things are bait bro.
    As simple as that. You pay back somehow 😉

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Tola Korede

Hey Enstine,

Thanks so much for sharing this valuable information.

I will like to add and call attention,that no any reliable and authentic website that you registered or signed up will ever addressed you as “Dear Customer” rather you should be addressed with your first name, example “Dear Tola”

Sometimes ago i got an email that i received Payment from Payoneer, i was wondering that i didnt request for payment from any client/s and also the body of the mail look scam particularly the Dear Customer, so i just relaxed that it was Phishing email.

So many internet users should be watchful.

Also, i will like to suggest that every reader of this Post should share this message to create MASSIVE AWARENESS of this SCAM stuff.

Tola

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    Enstine Muki

    You are right about that point bro.
    Real businesses always address your first name. You made a solid point.

    And yes, thanks for sharing. I will be sharing more in some social media groups and communities.

    BTW how is your week ending?

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Janice Wald

Hi Enstine,
I had no idea there were scams involving PayPal! Scary! Thanks for alerting us! I try to be careful and use good common sense. Retweeted!
Janice

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    Enstine Muki

    Hey Janice,
    Everyday, new things come up to try to steal from us. We have to be careful. PayPal Money Adder is some evil trap to easy to notice even if we are desperate 😉

    Hope you are having a wonderful week

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Robin Khokhar

Hi Enstine,
I was not knowing that our PayPal account can also be compromised. This is an eye-opening post for me.
Thanks for the great share.
have a good week ahead.

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    Enstine Muki

    Hi Robin,
    Many have fallen to this cheap trick 😉
    I’m glad the post was helpful to you bro.

    Hope you are having a wonderful week

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Sajid Akhter

Hi Enstine,

Thank you for this post. It is an eye opener. I haven’t been using PayPal since long. I wasn’t aware of this scam going on. I am glad i check in your post. It is important to check incoming mails properly and not commit on anything. Scammer have become very smart so we need to be one step ahead of them and be safe.

Thanks for sharing, have a good day. 🙂

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    Enstine Muki

    Hello Salid,

    Thanks for showing up with a comment bro. It’s good to know his is useful material. Let’s together help people spend correctly.

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JoeHx

Thanks for this post. While it might seem obvious to you and me that something like this is a scam, other people might not be so sure. I bet you’ve helped a ton of people with this warning!

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    Enstine Muki

    Hey Joe,
    Thanks for the comment buddy.
    Hope you are set for a wonderful new week

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Bobby

Oh my god Enstine, you saved me. your article is very informative and covers important points about paypal money adder. this would be really very helpful for those who are not aware about the paypal related scams on the internet. keep up the great work!

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    Enstine Muki

    Thank you Bobby and good to know this is helpful.
    Kindly help share 😉

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Efoghor Joseph

Enstine, thanks for this timely post.
What I have noticed is that people don’t easily fall prey to scammers except they are greedy and hasty to make money through any available means. Several times I see these funny emails from the so-called PayPal helpers, lottery promoters, international banks, and the rest. I simply dump them in my trash folder without wasting my precious time opening them.

If you take your time to hover your cursor over those email addresses, you will easily spot the difference in them compared to the original addresses where they purportedly come from. There’s always a missing letter or an additional letter or they are completely different.

We need to work to earn money legitimately. We won’t have any problems if we maintain our income streams no matter how meager they are. However, losing your money to scammers in an attempt to get rich quick can be traumatizing.

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    Enstine Muki

    Brilliant addition and comment bro and this can only come from you.
    Thanks for helping share the post.

    How is blogging going your way?

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Ryan Biddulph

Nice breakdown Enstine. Scams abound. Big time. Nobody hands out free money but of course, desperate or greedy folks need to read excellent reviews like these to see through their fears. Another scam busted!

Ryan

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    Enstine Muki

    Hi buddy,
    Some folks think others have a tree of money so they harvest and give out at will.
    I will publish some more of these scam exposing posts so thanks for your encouragement 😉

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Shafi Khan

It’s going great Enstine. Getting into blogging for full time so have a lot on my plate right now which makes focusing harder. But I’m managing things and getting better at it.

How’s your week going?

P.S. for some weird reason (related to JS), I’m not able to reply to your previous comment.

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    Enstine Muki

    Hi Shafi,
    Yes I’m having that JS issue. It’s been reported by someone and I think it’s a plugin issue.

    Will try to sort it out this week.

    Ah good to hear you are going full time. Let’s do it together bro. Success is ahead 😉

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Kufre

Hey Enstine,
This is a good post.Thanks so much for taking your time to educate your readers on these type of fake tools and software that are creating hype in internet. Also thanks for sharing.

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    Enstine Muki

    Thank you Kufre.
    Please help share on social media

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Boyd Kobe

Thanks for alerting us! it was so scary If we are not greedy, they will not be the victims of scammers.
Thank you for the valuable information.

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    Enstine Muki

    Yes hahaha. Greedy people loose money a lot 😉
    Thank you Kobe

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Praveen Verma

Hi
Enstine,
Nobody gives you money when you don’t do any work whether is online or offline. I don’t believe in earning free money online because I think all these types of free money earning offers online are frauds. PayPal is one of the best and trusted online money transferring and payment apps. This post is very informative and an eye opener for those who are not aware about PayPal related scams.

Thanks for sharing this post with us.

Have a great day.
Praveen Verma

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    Enstine Muki

    Hey Praveen,
    You are very correct. People don’t just give out free money except to charity organisations.

    We have to be careful with free money promises. It really doesn’t work that way.

    Hope you are set for a great week

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adam

this is pretty interesting topic and quite valuable too. I am 100% agree with you

thanks so much Enstine Muki for the information, Thanks for alerting us! it was so scary If we are not greedy, they will not be the victims of scammers.

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Anishka

Great info to save people from these scams..
Thanks for sharing and keep writing such stuff so people get some idea how these things are driven to take money out of there pocket..much thanks

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Bhawna Kaushik

Hey Enstine,

Great and informative post. There are a lot of scams going on out there.
You did a good thing and made this post.
Nothing is free in this world.

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Eric

Oh no, this looks scary, I hope no one gets fooled with these scams. thank you so much for the reminder and stay safe everyone!

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