Overall Rating: 10/100
They say that when life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. Well, that’s all well and good, but what if that lemonade cost you $10 and you never even so much as got a sip before the owner of said lemonade stand downed the entire dixie cup? That seems to be exactly the case with PayPo…or should I say “GreatPay”?
But we’ll get into that later.
Let’s first start off by looking at who and what PayPo/GreatPay claims that they (or he?) can do for you. And remember, everything you are about to read can be verified and confirmed for yourself. This is not an opinion.
This is not some competitor trying to shame a business opponent. This is real, first hand experience. I can only hope the experience remains mine and not yours.
What is PayPo?
When first signing up for PayPo, it seemed like a legitimate enough site. There are a host of testimonials, a list of bank account claims, a full, in depth assurance that this is not, in fact, any kind of scheme what so ever.
All I have to do is pay $10 right now, I’ll get that 10 back and multiply that times 10 and before I know it I’m a bonafide hundredaire!
I don’t need any training.
I don’t need any expensive software.
All I have to do is copy and paste a few simple ads on social media a day and the money will start rolling in like the tide on the beach on a hot summer day.
Now, to me, that does sound pretty hot, but this claim of hot fresh cash sure is blinding. So blinding, in fact, it’s hard to make out that red flag just waving in the wind just in the distance. But I digress.
What You Get
So, what is it you get, exactly, for this extremely good deal of only $10? Well, first I get instructions. That’s good, no need to be unprepared while venturing into a brand new money making scheme (to be read “legitimate business”). Next we have some resources. Some marketing and advertising methods.
Not bad, PayPro. Giving your loyal customers the upper hand for just 10 bucks. Good deal.
And to top of off we have some classified ads, banner ads, and free unlimited email support! Well, that is just a steal.
In a second, you are not going to like that word.
What do I have to do?
So, all I have to do is post 3 ads everyday on my social media sites and just sit back and wait for my daily payments.
Sounds easy enough.
So what are other people saying about this miracle money making machine? One quick look on the site has a variety of people with a variety of positive things to say about the money making method. One person says they joined a matter of months ago and had 60 people sign up under their account in 30 days!
Another person had 2 sign ups within their first hour. It only took the next person ONE hour to get sign ups. And this person here has a family they support.
With these kind of testimonials, how can you go wrong!
These folks have done it, why can’t you? All you have to do is post these ads, wait for someone to click them and sign up too, then you get paid back your $10 and then some! There is no extra cost, no experience required, and, oh, look, there is a shiny new “money back guarantee”!
You can’t loose!
That’s what I thought too. Then something strange happened.
Here Comes the Scam!
Once signed up, I couldn’t help but notice that when people DID click on my ads, I wasn’t receiving any money. I started to realize that my money was going towards some gentleman named “Nick”.
That’s odd, there was a Nick on the one of those testimonials as well.
Well, I suppose it’s a common name, so it could be just a coincidence, but…wait…my money is going to a “Nickie Zee” and this testimony is from a “Nick Zed”.
Why, that is odd!
I should check the sites Facebook and see if anyone else has had this issue.
And yes, at this point, if you haven’t guessed, yes, they have.
The official Facebook for “PayPo” is filled with comments of not getting fair payments, not getting money back, why the site itself often fails and goes down for weeks at a time, and many other fair concerns of being scammed. And the owners response?
“Are you serious???”
And I wish I was making that up.
Not only does he not even attempt to reassure his clients or try to make things right with them, he barely offers any explanation at all. When directly emailed, he says he just “doesn’t have time to deal”.
This does not sound very professional.
Surely there has to be another source. Certainly there HAS to be similar site that can make me money at home doing similar work. There simply must!
Remember before when I mentioned “GreatPay”?
Doing literally a minutes of research brings you to this wonderful site filled with promise. Promise such as “All I have to do is copy and paste a few simple ads on social media.” and a full, in depth assurance that this is not, in fact, any kind of scheme what so ever.
what do I get if I sign up for GreatPay?
Well, let’s see, first I get instructions. That’s good, no need to be unprepared while venturing into a brand new money making scheme (to be read “legitimate business”). Next we have some resources. Some marketing and advertising methods.
Not bad, GreatPay.
Giving your loyal customers the upper hand for just 10 bucks. Good deal. And to top of off we have some classified ads, banner ads, and free unlimited email support! Well, that is just a steal.
I told you in a second you weren’t going to like that word.
And, oh, look, more testimonials. One person says they joined a matter of months ago and had 60 people sign up under their account in 30 days! Another person had 2 sign ups within their first hour. It only took the next person ONE hour to get sign ups. And this person here has a family they support.
Literally two different sites claiming to have no connection what so ever having word for word testimonials only changing the name of the people who quoted them. No exaggeration here, it is LITERALLY the exact same quote.
I never did get my money back.
Overall Rating: SCAM!
So, look, if you’ve got $10 you’re willing to part with it on the off chance that you may get something in return, by all mean, invest in PayPo or GreatPay or whatever this Nick person is calling it these days.
Just be aware that not everything you read is true.
All that shimmers isn’t always gold, people. And a scam by any other name still smells like lies.
But don’t worry…there will always be other lemonade stands.