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Moola.com - Scam or Way to Make Money Playing Games Online?

Updated on June 20, 2011
If you like to play computer games, why not make money playing games online?
If you like to play computer games, why not make money playing games online?

What Is Moola.com?

At Moola.com you can play different games such as cards or dice and get paid cash doing it.  The money is provided by sponsors.  You have to watch a sponsored video and then answer a question about the video before playing each game.

You start with one free virtual penny.  Each consecutive game that you win doubles your money and moves you up the Moola Tower.  For example, if you win your first game you have two cents.  After winning ten games in a row, you can have more than five dollars in your Moola account.

According to Moola, if you win 30 times in a row, you will be a multi-millionaire.  However, the chances of you doing this are like buying a winning lottery ticket.  But you can win enough times to earn mad money.

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Moola.com - Scam or Not?

Moola doesn't require you to put up your own money or provide information such as your credit card number.  After you win a minimum of ten dollars, you may cash out.  While it probably won't make you rich, it is possible to play games online for free and win money at Moola.com.

How to Make Money Playing Games Online at Moola.com

Each game is very short and easy.  You must have Flash enabled on your computer to play, but there is nothing to download. The games are mostly pure luck, and no skill or strategy is required. Some example games are Hi Lo and Gold Rush. Hi Lo is a simple card game of luck. Gold Rush requires a little bit of strategy, but it is easy to learn.

As you climb up the Moola Tower, you can bet more and win more. It is set up similar to the television show "So You Want to Be a Millionaire". You compete against other players who are on the same level as you.

Other Ways to Make Money Online With Moola

Using the Booster Zone is another way to win money on Moola.  But using this option requires players to spend money on other web sites or participate in other offers.

There is another way to earn cash prizes on Moola other than playing games.  A search engine on Moola has a spinning prize wheel.  Users can spin the prize wheel at least once a day to win from a penny up to a few thousand dollars.

Make money playing games with Moola
Make money playing games with Moola

Moola.com - Scam or Legitimate? An Honest Review

Actually, most players don't win more than the minimum ten dollar cash out.  That may be because players want to take their free money and run.  But honestly, the chances of winning much more than that are slim.

Also, it gets monotonous watching the required video ads before each game.

But if you think the games are fun and don't care if you win much money, then Moola is a great place to waste your time online and maybe earn a little extra cash, too.

Moola.com - Scam or Way to Make Money Playing Games Online? Comments

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      shamoon 

      6 years ago

      Hai i like your post it is very handily and interesting and very help full

      It give me some advantages any way...

      so i have found a new site, that is very useful and interesting,

      in this site every one can make money for free,

      this is very interesting site that i have found on very long time,

      that pay really so any one can joined freely and make money easily

      Thanks

      Go to the link and play game for free

      http://www.centplay.com/affiliate/games_1485/

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      hello 

      7 years ago

      Hey guys. Don;'t know if moola's a scam or not. Here's the url for a referral from me: http://www.moola.com:80/moopubs/b2b/exc/join.jsp?s...

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      Ex-Moola user 

      8 years ago

      Cashed out about a year ago, still never got paid. Looks like moola moved on over to the scam/waste of time category

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      bippy 

      8 years ago

      you don't have to pay anything to play.

    • MyScratchOff profile image

      MyScratchOff 

      8 years ago from Charlotte, NC

      I would be careful with places that want you to pay to play. I believe in the websites that are free to play.

    • Granny's House profile image

      Granny's House 

      8 years ago from Older and Hopefully Wiser Time

      Wow, great hub. I am bookmarking this. Thanks.

    • John B Badd profile image

      John B Badd 

      8 years ago from Saint Louis, MO

      Very informative. It does not sound like it is worth playing to me.

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      Hello, hello, 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      Thank you for a great tip. Ten dollars is not a bad earner.

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