Who wouldn’t want to make money in a simple way? What if you had the chance to earn cash by watching advertisements? A website known as Tunegaga is trending in the Philippines which claims to give users the chance to earn money while listening to their favourite online music and songs.

With the advent of the digital age it’s possible to be a reality. In this article, we’ll be discussing what is known as the Tunegaga down and the varying responses of users to the event. Stay tuned.

What is Tunegaga?

Tunegaga.com is a site that offers the huge opportunity for those who love music to earn additional money listening to music and songs. It is an online platform and it has attracted an array of music fans from the Philippines and around the world to stream and listen to videos for which they are paid.

The website that was up and running is currently offline and in the next sections will give you a comprehensive insight into the reasons for Tunegaga down. Continue reading for more information.

Other Details of Tunegaga

Before we begin to learn what people have to say about their reactions to the sudden demise of the site Let us take an insight into its various parameters to verify its true nature.

  • A Trust Score of 2%: This site has a untrustworthy score, which is just 2 percent.
  • Domain Age: The domain for the website was launched on the 16th of July in 2021 which is fairly recent, and expires on the 16th of July in 2022.
  • Customer Reviews Customer Reviews: There are reviews of customers online and other sites. In this case, the site is rated with 4.3 rating out of five. We’ll give you a comprehensive review of the customer’s reaction in the next section.

Tunegaga Down – Users’ Reactions

The website’s reviews are mixed and some users have called it a scam site that was operational for three months, and then went away. However, there are some positives to have been earned by the site.

According to one user the website is an incarnation of boostpal, TVscore, taskpays, where the website alters its name, and then disappears when the domain is defunct. Another user states that they started with just $95 and has since received more than $1500 in withdrawals thus claiming it to be a legitimate website. But, Tunegaga Down claims that the site tends to disappear within two months prior to the time the domain is scheduled to expire, and then is relaunched with a different name.

We recommend that users to read through each review thoroughly and make an informed decision prior to making use of similar websites.

Final Conclusion

The website is not a solitary one and the website is also relatively new only six months old when it was launched on the 16th of July 2021. This makes it late to determine whether it’s a fraud or a legitimate website. We do suggest that users to read through each post and take a wise choice. Now, however, as of the moment it’s not functioning, people are accusing that it is fraud.