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Is ViralPay an Untrustworthy Website Claiming You can Make Money using Social Media?

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Is ViralPay an Untrustworthy Website Claiming You can Make Money using Social Media?

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ViralPay located at viralpay.co, which claims social media users can turn their usage into money appears to be an untrustworthy website. ViralPay claim they were founded in 2015, but their domain or website name was created or registered 18 days ago. Also, ViralPay has been blocked by Facebook. Their Facebook page has been taken down by Facebook.

ViralPay claims they have 500,000 members, 200k of whom are actively making money online with their site, but their website is ranked 7,183,358, which means they are not receiving a lot of online traffic. Google is ranked number one, and our website is ranked 100,000 but we do not have so many members. So, how can a website created 18 days ago garner 500,000 members and pay out $25m already, but has a very low traffic ranking?

Also, what makes ViralPay suspicious is that its domain name is only registered for 1 year and the owner of the website is using a service to hide their identity.

Information about ViralPay located at viralpay.co

ViralPay located at viralpay.co

VIRALPAY, LLC

Make $500 today!

Make money online using social media

111 Eagle Street

Brisbane, QLD 4000

Australia

hello@viralpay.co

Facebook page: facebook.com/viralpayofficial

ViralPay was founded in 2015 to help avid social media users turn their usage into money. Our parent company has been creating online marketing solutions since 2005 and ViralPay is just an addition to the family. At ViralPay, our main goal is simple; help as many people as possible change their lives by taking advantage of social media.

We have been in the internet marketing industry for a while now. Our parent company has been creating online monetizing solutions since 2005. We have grown our network to more than 500,000 members, 200k of whom are actively making money online with our sites.

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  • April 8, 2019 at 9:22 PM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "Hi, I used viral pay and they said I would get paid for sharing and downloading what they asked and they confirmed everything I had done.

    I am supposed to get a check mailed out tomorrow and today just now they say my account will be deleted because I basically scammed them by not doing it correctly. Which is a lie, I did everything they had on the ‘task wall’ I got 5 referrals. So basically the day before payment I’m guessing they go through and say we’re deleting accounts."

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  • April 3, 2019 at 6:51 AM by an anonymous user from New York, United States

    There not taking nothing from you but your time. Report cyberscams to the fbi. They will shut down website!

    Go to the fbi website and report! If no one reports them, they keep doing it! Go here: https://www.Fbi.Gov/scams-and-safety/common-fraud-schemes/internet-fraud

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  • March 28, 2019 at 2:06 PM by an anonymous user from Oak Park, Illinois, United States

    Domain was purchased just this month, videos posted last week. Says they are based in Australia on their site, but was truly created in Panama. Absolute scamming just phishing people with false hope to take and sell their information.

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  • March 28, 2019 at 6:16 AM by info

    Their Facebook page is located at www.facebook.com/viralpayofficial, which is no longer available.

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Is ViralPay an Untrustworthy Website Claiming You can Make Money using Social Media?