Survey sites and programs that reward you for signing up with sponsors, watching videos, or completing tasks all have one thing in common. The money that they promise to pay you is money they themselves were first paid by their sponsors and partnered advertising agencies. Each task you complete makes the host site money. A fraction of that profit is later given to you for your participation.
At least, that's how it's supposed to work.
In reality we know that we often won't be rewarded at all, even if we've completed the assigned tasks. Or we know that the host site will make it as difficult as possible to meet the minimum payout requirements. Both scenarios are equally frustrating. The host site still gets paid, of course, so they're making their money one way or another. It's the user that suffers.
So, what does any of that have to do with Mooojo?