Scammer are offering $25 for signing up and $10 for the referrer

by Rudolf Faix 17. November 2019 06:21

ScamThe greed of many people hinders their thinking. These people just need to see an incredible offer, accept this offer immediately, promote it and cry afterwards because they are not getting paid. The normal common sense is simply not available with such people.

It is so easy to check offers with the help of Google. Simply enter the domain name under double quotes in the search field, adding the words;" reviews" and/or "scam" and exclude the searched domain itself by prefixing the domain name with -site:. Here is an example: "" scam

All what you have to do is to read the content of the results afterwards and make your own opinion. You'll find positive and negative reviews. An old German proverb says that it is much cheaper to learn from others' mistakes than from ones own.

I call it balancing justice because even the one who is promoting the following offers ;will not paid too:

Domain Domain created search 2019-04-23 2019-07-29 2019-04-10 2019-09-25 2019-08-11 2019-08-15 2019-05-23 2019-09-10

One of the next domain names the scammer will continue is:

Domain Name:
Registry Domain ID: D02B06C802A954AEFBAF6BBD4BE4AF4D3-NSR
Registrar WHOIS Server:
Registrar URL:
Updated Date: 2019-10-18T05:12:55Z
Creation Date: 2019-09-21T17:20:18Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2020-09-21T17:20:18Z
Registrar: Tucows Domains Inc.

All these websites claiming for themselves to work with high value advertising companies and are offering you the easiest ways to make money online. All what you have to do is to do some simple jobs and to bring new people into their system. It looks to be risk-free, because it is free to join. Making money seems to be easy, because sharing a link is something what everybody can do.

Many of the sites above are claiming to pay $1 for each unique visitor, $10 to the referral for the case the visitor is signing up and they will give each one, who has signed up $25 for free. Think about it, where the money will come from if there are signing up a few hundred thousand visitors? From companies, which need even to hide themselves on their websites and their domain registrations behind privacy protection services? Real and successful companies are proud about themselves and don't need to hide themselves. Only scammer, fraudsters and other criminals need to hide themselves.

All the above websites are telling you, that they are already a few years on the market. That it is nothing than a lie gets shown by looking at the domain creation date.

One of two things will happen once you try to cash out:

  • You'll simple get banned, because asking for getting paid is in the eyes of the scammer a fraud
  • You hear and get nothing, because the scammer is in the hope that you'll continue promoting his site for at least a while

Don't forget that the fraudster is the only one who is making money without working by himself. Such fraudsters are simple wasting other peoples time for enriching themselves. The main goal from the scammer is to bring as much as possible people into their system and let them working unpaid.

The scammers have even an additional income, because everybody who is signing up, gives them his email address, name and a password. These data can get sold to other scammers, spammers and hackers. The result is that your inbox will get filled with incredible offers and some personal accounts like Paypal and email can get hacked. Don't forget, that all people like to get as much money as possible.

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