Is Oaxpays Legit Or a Scam? Review of the Referrals Website

Oaxpays located at is an untrustworthy referral website. The untrustworthy website claims visitors can make $2.50 for new referrals and $1.00 for each visitor, which is virtually impossible to maintain. Also, Oaxpays has listed a lot of payments on its website which it claims it has already made, but the website's domain name was registered only 22 days ago.

Is Oaxpays Legit Or a Scam? Review of the Referrals Website

About Oaxpays Referral Website

Oaxpays located at

It seems Oaxpays is tricking visitors into driving traffic to their website by claiming they will pay them. Oaxpays use fake comments and payments to entice online users into taking part.

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February 26, 2021 at 6:56 AM by
Is Oaxpays Legit Or a Scam? Review of the Referrals Website
an anonymous user from: Fourth District NCR, Makati, National Capital Region, Philippines

I can't believe some people still fall for this? HndI prn ba kyo familiar sa mga fake websites? Please be careful next time.


February 24, 2021 at 9:20 AM by
Is Oaxpays Legit Or a Scam? Review of the Referrals Website
an anonymous user from: San Lorenzo, Makati, National Capital Region, Philippines

Scam pala yan.sayang oras ko..haysss


February 24, 2021 at 6:43 AM by
Is Oaxpays Legit Or a Scam? Review of the Referrals Website
an anonymous user from: San Lorenzo, Makati, National Capital Region, Philippines

Scam I earned 200 pero bigla nalang hindI kona agad mabuksan yung link ng website ..sayang lang effort ko..kahit nalligo ako daladala ko cp ko para lang hindI masayang yung oras para umabot ng 200$


February 24, 2021 at 5:14 AM by
Is Oaxpays Legit Or a Scam? Review of the Referrals Website
an anonymous user from: Mambangnan, San Leonardo, Central Luzon, Philippines

Very true ang mga comment dito scam.lang po ito nagtry ako kahapon I earn 45$ and now ndI kuna maopen ang link at mawala na yung earn ko I surely it's a scam ang damI nyong naloko karmahin sana ang gumawa nito hindI tama ang mang loko ng kapwa..sI God na bahala sa inyo


The comments here are very true, scam. I just tried it yesterday I earn 45$ and now I can't open the link and my earn will disappear I surely it's a scam you feel fooled ng kapwa..sI God na bahala sa inyo


February 24, 2021 at 3:59 AM by
Is Oaxpays Legit Or a Scam? Review of the Referrals Website
an anonymous user from: Pay-As, Kadingilan, Northern Mindanao, Philippines

yes it's fake😠 mga dmuho


February 24, 2021 at 1:04 AM by
Is Oaxpays Legit Or a Scam? Review of the Referrals Website
an anonymous user from: Riyadh, Riyadh Province, Saudi Arabia

I think its a scam dahil ng earn na ako yesterday now dko n ama open nag site nila its fake mga gago ang gumwa nito


February 24, 2021 at 4:51 AM by
Is Oaxpays Legit Or a Scam? Review of the Referrals Website
an anonymous user from: Davao del Sur, Davao City, Davao Region, Philippines

Scam siguro kc damI q ng na earn kagabI tpos paggising q wala na


February 26, 2021 at 9:52 AM by
Is Oaxpays Legit Or a Scam? Review of the Referrals Website
an anonymous user from: Poblacion Oeste, Dagupan City, Ilocos Region, Philippines

Ako dn ganun dn nangyarI scam ata e


February 24, 2021 at 2:48 AM by
Is Oaxpays Legit Or a Scam? Review of the Referrals Website
an anonymous user from: Ugong, Pasig, National Capital Region, Philippines

Sana Naman HindI silA ng loloko ng Tao .. kase masyado .. nilang pinapaasa Ang maraming Tao na kikita ng walang puhunan .. mga puntang ina nila .. lalo na sa ginawa nito


I hope they are NOT the fool of the People .. because they are too .. they depend on The many People who earn without investment .. their mothers go .. especially for what they did


February 23, 2021 at 11:31 PM by
Is Oaxpays Legit Or a Scam? Review of the Referrals Website
an anonymous user from: Davao del Sur, Davao City, Davao Region, Philippines

Nakailang nood na ako ng video and I earned 140.33$ already kontI nalang makaka 200$ na sana ako pero bilang nawala yung link and cannot reach na yung website nila ngaun,akala ko totoo kasI sbI nung kakilala ko may kaibigan daw sya na nakapag withdraw through western union kaya sinubukan ko din kasI bka nga totoo but unfortunately nawala lahat ng earnings ko nasayang yung effort ko nasayang ung oras ko sa panonood ng mga videos and nasayang patI data ko..kya sa mga magtatry po wag nyo na ituloy..


I already know how to watch the video and I earned 140.33 $ already I can only earn 200 $ but as the link is gone and their website cannot be reached now, I thought it was true because when I met him he had a friend who was able to withdraw through western union so I also tried because it was true but unfortunately I lost all my earnings wasted my effort wasted my time watching videos and wasted my for those who try don't continue ..


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