Website: Visit 2 Revenue
This is NOT a job, it's not a business and no one is being paid out by this. It is very likely they are going to sell your information which could potentially lead to spamming or misuse in a more serious way. Update: this website has since become defunct and moved onto a new scam.
The first thing I noticed was the fact that they were calling this a ‘job’. I’ve seen a lot of scams over the years and one thing I’ve noticed is that whenever they claim it’s a job, it’s most likely a big pile of crap.
After taking a look at the FAQ page it was clear that this was by no means a job and there are NO employees I can assure you.
Another huge red flag came up when I saw a bunch of ‘get rich quick’ claims plastered all over their website. Claiming you will be making $1500 in your first week for 1-5 minutes worth of work. I’m sorry but that couldn’t be further from the truth.
What Is This Exactly?
After logging into the members area I was shocked at how stupid this scam really is.
They claim you will make $10 per person that simply ‘clicks’ on your unique referral link.
This is known as CPA (cost per action) marketing.
In itself this is a real way people make money online, keyword being… ‘in itself’.
Very few companies in the world (if any) are paying out that much money for a person to simply click on their link, let alone when there is NO product being purchased!
This company is not offering any kind of product and is not charging anyone any money, so how could it possibly be paying you this insane amount of money?
The answer is they are not paying people any money at all because the whole thing is a total scam.
To top it off you are being shown how to get these clicks by spamming social media, blog comments and forums!
Not only is that a useless marketing strategy but it’s really uncool. It will make it very difficult for you to build a legitimate business down the road and it’s really just not worth it.
How They Make Money
More than likely what happens when you sign up to this is they rent and sell your name, address and email address to whoever is buying. Plain and simple.
They’d also be using your info to build their email list to send you offers they are affiliated with in some way.
There’s nothing wrong with building an email list and sending relevant offers, but the way these guys have gone about it and the programs they’d be promoting is where it starts becoming an issue.
This is a classic case of a scam website designed to get your personal information and spam you with other bogus offers.
They claim you need to earn $300 before you can withdraw any money and the reason for this is because they want you to do as much spamming as possible before you realise they are fakers!
I do not recommend this to anyone, it is a clear cut scam. Avoid at all costs.