This is one of many websites claiming to pay people top dollar for completing 'simple tasks' that simply don't exist. Unfortunately, the whole thing is fake and nobody is actually being paid real money by this company at all. In my opinion, this is a scam and I explain why I say this below.
The domain for this website was registered anonymously on January 25th 2016 and claims to be paying out $50 - $100 daily just for completing simple 30 second tasks.
They also claim to be "trusted by the worlds leading earners and professionals" yet provide ZERO evidence or reference to back this up. In fact, the whole website is full of BS claims like this and is of a very low quality which is strange considering the kind of income they are supposedly paying out.
Here's one statement I found on the site that outlines what I am talking about:
It is easy as 1,2,3 and Simpler as a,b,c. So who ever will not try!, We have limited vacancies. make your account today and have a pleasant earning with us. After creating your personal account with us.
Whenever you see such poorly written sales copy, you know you are not dealing with a professional website. That doesn't make it a scam, but it's nowhere near professional. The notion that 'professionals and top earners' vouch for this site is a joke. I'm sorry, but no marketer in their right mind would be promoting a site this poorly put together I can assure you.
More to the point, this site is claiming to offer people something that NO other site does- an INSANELY high income for completing simple tasks. Let's do the math... they say they will pay you $10 per 30 seconds of work. This translates into $20 per minute, or $1200 per hour!
That is nothing short of ridiculous guys, please don't buy into that line of bullshit. That is a total lie.
Not one person is getting paid this kind of money from this site. In fact, I don't believe they are paying people a single dime. If they can't even hire a freelancer to write a decent bit of sales copy ($50 - $100) then how are they paying out insane amounts of money to people for completing tasks?!
How The Dollarnize.com Scam Works
The actual 'task' they say they are paying you for is sending traffic to their website and apparently that is worth $10 per visitor. All you need to do is copy your affiliate link and get people to click on it...
The reality is, paying out this amount of money would make this well and truly one of the highest paying affiliate programs on the planet. I am not kidding.
I simply don't believe that a half assed website that doesn't even vet their affiliates is paying out the highest commissions I have ever seen for clicks to a website that isn't even selling anything!! It's a joke.
They also completely contradict themselves in the FAQ section:
We are paying you in order to generate traffic to our advertiser's websites. We will get paid from our advertisers for the traffic we bring to them and paid commission to you people.
Yet, the moment someone clicks on your affiliate link, you get 'paid' a $10 commission? This is completely out of line with their story and makes zero sense.
Unfortunately, there is a reason they have gone to the trouble of creating this half baked website with a fake job and it's NOT about helping you make money.
The REAL Purpose Of This Website...
Since you are supposedly being paid to drive traffic to a website that isn't selling anything, there are two main questions that arise...
- What are they trying to achieve by having you send traffic to their site?
- Where on earth is all the money coming from to pay people?
The simple answer, no one is actually getting paid and since nothing is being advertised on the site, the real purpose is building a list of hopefuls to sell off to other marketers- AKA information harvesting.
When you sign up to the site you must provide these completely anonymous people with your name, email and physical address. Let that sink in for a moment...
You are giving a complete stranger who refuses to identify themselves, your name and address.
It is realistic to assume they are renting and selling your personal information to start with. This is big business online and people do pay (all day everyday) for this kind of targeted information for marketing purposes. Sketchy marketers I might add.
So, whenever you refer someone to this crap, you are setting them up to be spammed or worse. Pretty sure you won't be having a very fruitful career as an Internet marketer by promoting this!
It gets worse though. Much worse...
It is entirely possible these people will try to obtain more information from you at some point in the future to 'verify' your earnings or something of that nature. IF this happens, they may be attempting to carry out identity theft. This happens all the time online and it is a very real risk with this site.
This is not about paying you a dime, it's about getting your information. Plain and simple.
The Testimonials Are Fake
One of the biggest ways a website will try to convince you something is legit is by using social proof. In itself, there is nothing wrong with this. However, in this case it's fake. If you thought the poorly written testimonial on the website was real, you'd be mistaken...
I did some digging and found this was nothing more than a stock image:
If people are making such amazing commissions, why would they need to use fake testimonials?
I recently reviewed two very similar websites that appear to be owned by the same scammers, so it appears they have a network of similar scam sites. The first one was called 'Visit 2 Revenue' which was shut down after my review was published, without paying a single person a single dollar. The second one is called 'Fans 2 Earn' which is still running but hasn't paid anyone a single cent.
Unfortunately, this scam will likely continue well into the future under different names so catching all of them is very difficult indeed. The only way I found out about this one was because someone tried to post a comment on this site promoting it a couple of days ago!
Anyways, this may be free to join and it may appear as though you are making money, but none of this is real. It is a blatant attempt to harvest your personal information for an unethical gain.
I do not recommend giving these jokers your real information and I sure as hell don't recommend promoting this scam. Doing so will ruin your reputation online and thwart your chances of building a legitimate online business that you can be proud of. There are real ways to create an income online but unfortunately, this isn't one of them and may end up causing you troubles in more ways than one.
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