GPT Scam Websites

DollarPlane.com Review: Legit or Scam

DollarPlaine is a GPT (get paid to) website that offers people money for completing tasks online. Furthermore, when you register with the site, you’ll receive a $25 sign up bonus. The site offers you easy tasks to complete each day. Each time you complete a task, you’ll earn $10 for your work. This is a great way to earn a passive income online and the site promises you that you can earn $50 to $100 daily.

How Does it Work?

  1. To start working on the site, click on the registration button.
  2. Cerate your username and password.
  3. The site will redirect you to another page and asks for your email address, home address, and your name.
  4. After you submit the registration forum to the site, the site opens up to your dashboard. You’ll see that you have already earned $25 from the company. This is your sign up bonus the company gives you once your registration is complete.
  5. On your dashboard there is a link. This is your referral link and according to the company, the link that will make you money.
  6. You’re requested to use this link and share it on your Facebook account, Twitter, Google+, blog sites, forums, and online chat rooms.
  7. You are told the link you’re sharing will direct people to the site’s advertisers. Each time a person clicks on this link and opens the page, you’re rewarded $10.

Site Information:

  1. The site hides or masks the owner’s name.
  2. According to the information provided the business is registered in Panama using a PO Box as the business address.
  3. The site has been online since April, 2017.
  4. The site server location is in the United States.
  5. Before the company registered under this name they used several business names previously. It appears that each name used was registered for less than 6 months.
  6. Currently I’ve identified 44 websites registered to the same company with exactly the same information. Many of the sites are closed now; however, a few are still online and operating.

How Do They Pay?

  1. You’ll need to have $300 in your account in order to cash out.
  2. The company will send payment by PayPal, bank transfer, Western Union, or check.
  3. When you try to select your mode of payment it is locked. You can only request your payment my check.

Things You Need to Know About the Site:

  1. The site owner is masking ID so nobody knows who really owns this website.
  2. There are 44 websites that have been registered by this person. Each one has the same address in Panama, phone number and hidden information displayed on the site.
  3. The site will register a few websites that promote the same exact product. When they start receiving bad publicity online, the site is immediately closed, the name is changed, and it opens up the next week.
  4. A few sites only lasted 2 weeks before the owner closed them down and changed the name on the site.
  5. There are no tasks on the site to do. You’re basically promoting this website for the owner on all your social media account.
  6. The site links are broken except for registration, payment request, and log in.
  7. You can’t contact the site owner. Even if you try to use the phone number listed on the registration, you’ll end up with an answering service where you’re required to leave a message.
  8. If you start complaining about how long it is taking to receive your payment, the site suggests that you upgrade your account to speed up the process.
  9. When you upgrade your account, you can’t use the money from your earning. You must pay the site with a credit card or PayPal.
  10. Even if you spend the money to upgrade your account, the site will tell you that you haven’t completed any offers to be paid.
  11. You are now forced to fill out forms, surveys or complete an offer.
  12. Normally you have to do all three. Each offer on the site takes you to an Adult Website that you must join. Even if you don’t want to join the website, you feel pressured into joining it so you’ll be paid.
  13. The owner of the site collects all your information and sells it off to other third party websites. Afterwards, your inbox start filling up with tons of spam messages.
  14. Furthermore, if you supply the company with your personal banking information, your information is sold to hackers. The hackers will use this information to hack your online account and steal your identity.
  15. The offers you are redirected to are affiliate accounts of the owner\s. Each time you fill out a form, take a survey, or even subscribe to one of the offers, the owner is paid for your actions.
  16. If you decide to skip the information on signup it won’t matter. The site will still allow you to join.
  17. If you decide to not share your referral link, each day your account balance will increase. This is a fake reading and trying to entice you into cashing out on the site.
  18. The faster the site can increase your earning, the faster they can make money off of you. Each person will be redirected to the surveys, forms and offers to complete with he promise of being paid when their finished. However, when you finish with the first set of offers, the site claims you need to do one more before they can process your payment. This is a never ending cycle where the site will always request you to complete one more offer.
  19. If you look at the home page of the site, you’ll see where they are claiming that they’ve paid out more than they have earned. No site will stay in business long if they are losing money like this

Conclusion:

This is a total SCAM and there is no way that any site can give every new member $25 for joining the site. The tasks you will complete on the site are only one. You will be spreading around the referral link and trying to entice other people to click on this link. Each time a new person signs up to the site, the owner will run the same SCAM on this person.

No legitimate website will close down and change their name every few weeks. It isn’t possible to stay in business this way. The site owner has hidden his identity and claims the business is located in Panama. Furthermore, I have found 44 sites that all look the same once you register. Some of the home pages supply more information than other. Normally the site is very basic and there is nothing at all on the home page. You can’t even find a privacy statement, FAQ, or even a term of service agreement for this site.

The owner of this site has the liberty to collect your personal data and sell it off to anyone he pleases. The owner started running this SCAM in 2016 and is still running it today. Each time the site receive too many complaints or bad publicity, the owner closes down the site, changes the name, modifies the home pages and is back in business in a few days.

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