Get Paid Taking Pictures
Overall Ranking: AWFUL!
Price: $77 or $27
Owners: Michael David
What their Website Claims
When you arrive on the sales page, there is a video that automatically plays. Straight away they claim:
Over 3.5 thousand dollars in one week? Seems quite a lot from just taking pictures. Okay let’s see what they say next.
Next up we have a bunch of testimonial video clips which I’m not sure sound totally genuine. A short while later, something suddenly captures my attention:
This immediately sounds familiar. As I listen on a bit longer, I realize he is telling me the same story that is told on the Get Paid to Draw site. Basically, somebody randomly stops him and asks him to take a photo of him, then goes on to explain how companies pay him to take photos.
Okay, so this in itself wouldn’t be a bad thing, because businesses are allowed to have more than one website. However, when I reviewed Get Paid to Draw I rated it badly.
How to Tell if Something is a Scam
If you are looking for a way to make money online, you have to be really careful. Why? Because there are so many bad sites out there that will do almost anything to convince you to part with your money.
On the plus side, once you’ve been fooled a few times by these scams, you start to notice some of the common signs. You see, there are certain things that they often do, little tricks that they try to pull on you.
Related article: How to Avoid Scams
What factors would indicate that it is genuine?
- Are they trying to rush you? – Yes, there is a bit at the beginning where he says you have to hurry because he will be taking it down soon.
- Does it sound realistic? – No. $3,647 per week just from selling photos? I have to admit, I am skeptical.
- Do they admit it requires work? – No. He says that he only spends 20 minutes a day uploading pictures, and some days doesn’t even upload any. He doesn’t really consider it work.
- Do they sound genuine? – No. To me it sounds like an actor in the video.
- Can you take a look inside? – No. If you want to see this you have to pay.
- Is there a free trial? – No, but I discovered that if you try to leave the website then they knock $50 off the price.
Positive signs score: 0%
What factors would indicate that it is a scam?
- Does it sound too good to be true? – Yes, I really think it does. I think it’s unrealistic to expect to earn that amount of money from selling photos.
- Do they say you’ll get rich quickly? – Yes. He says he earned over $500 in his first 24 hours doing it.
- Are they secretive about how the money is made? – No, he is totally up front that it involves selling photos.
- Do they claim it’s never been seen before? – Sort of. He makes it sound like it’s a not very well known.
- Does the video seem fake? – Yes. It sounds like an actor has recorded that video.
- Do they claim it doesn’t require work? – Yes, he makes it sound easier than I think it really is.
Negative signs score: 75%
What are other people saying about Get Paid Taking Pictures?
- aworkathomejobs.com: 35%
- kirbysmarketing.com: 36%
- asksteen.com: 0%
- insiderpub.com: 0%
- eddreviews.com: 55%
Is Get Paid Taking Pictures a Scam?
So as you saw, I looked for any of the common positive signs that might indicate it is genuine, then I looked at the signs that can indicate it is a scam. Finally, I looked at what other people are saying about it, and came up with an average score.
83% chance of being a scam
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Withing you great success,