Taggerjobs.com claims it can help job seekers get high income Netflix jobs that pays from $20-$25+ per hour. But when you check inside, you find out it’s all smoke and mirrors. They are deceiving people into believing they are getting something incredible whereas they’re being scammed. Here’s a breakdown of how Taggerjobs.com really works and how to stay protected;

An Overview of Taggerjobs.com

Taggerjobs.com allegedly connects job seekers with Netflix remote job opportunities. The site is touted as a place to get alerts on Netflix jobs like video tagging, content design manager, data entry jobs, etc.

To register on the site, users are asked for personal information such as; their first name and last name, telephone number, email address, etc. There’s also a box required to tick, which says you’re accepting their terms and conditions.

Is Taggerjobs.com Scam or Legit?

Taggerjobs.com is not connected to Netflix in whatsoever way. It’s a scam website promising fake Netflix remote job offers. Clicking on the site redirects users to different websites (netflix22.higherincomejobs.com, jobsflag.com, localjobster.com) that have no affiliation to Netflix.

Taggerjobs.com and the websites it use collect users data such as name, telephone number, area code, etc. They’d then sell these data to big marketing companies who’d send people junk marketing emails and fake stimulus check offers.

Though you don’t provide a ton of information, you subscribe to a bunch of daily emails, which in and of themselves aren’t suspicious, but might be several phishing sites waiting for your information.

Steps to take to Protect yourself from Taggerjobs.com Scam

If you’ve already visited taggerjobs.com and clicked a bunch of links, here’s what to do;

Check Your Device for Viruses and Malware – Since you visited lots of malicious websites, it is important that you install anti-virus software  and scan your device for viruses that may have been downloaded.

Monitor your email – Over the next few days and weeks you’re going to receive a lot of emails that may likely end up in your spam folder. Endeavour to flag it as spam and report any suspicious email that appears on your Inbox. Also, do not click on any link attached in it as it could be a phishing attempt.

How To Become a Tagger at Netflix

First of all, you must be up to 18 years of age to apply. Appropriate qualifications include having a background in screenplay, film studies, or anything related. Candidates now go through an initial screening process through an exercise test that checked the depth of their knowledge and passion for the job. The thing to remember is most positions of this nature are part-time opportunities on Netflix.

Currently, the Netflix website is the only place through which you can find and apply for a Netflix Tagger job. So one should keep an eye out for it every couple of weeks.

How Much You Can Earn as a Netflix Video Tagger

The exact salary for a Netflix tagger likely varies based on experience and other factors, but it seems like taggers can expect to be paid between $25 and $30 an hour for their work. Given that that pay is for watching and tagging TV, it seems like a pretty great deal.


Taggerjobs.com is not a legit website for a Netfix Tagger Job opportunity. It’s a scam set up by fraudsters to steal people’s personal information which it then sells to big data companies. These data companies would proceed to send users bunch of daily emails which contain fake stimulus check offer, health subsidies, etc.

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By Judith Davidson

I am Judith Davidson, a Cyber Security Professional. I am the founder, Investigator and Author of Snoopviews.com. I started working as a Cyber Fraud Researcher in 2019 when I saw lots of people falling victims to fraudulent websites pretending to sell disinfectants, masks and wipes during the Covid19 pandemic. Since then, I've saved millions of people from online scams.

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