Pay in Night Review
Rating: (zero stars)
People are always interested in making money online, and most people want to make money as quickly as possible. That makes sense; if you’re going to make money, why not make it right now? That’s what Pay in Night is promising, and they say that you can earn $500 today and that they’ll guarantee that you’ll earn $1500 your first week.
Even better – Pay in Night says that their system lets you earn this money with just a simple task that takes 5-10 minutes to perform. That sounded interesting, so I went to the Pay in Night site and signed up to see what it’s all about. Is Pay in Night a scam?
Read on for the full Pay in Night review.
Pay in Night Overview
It’s pretty simple to join Pay in Night; you just need to provide a username, an email address and a password. None of these things are confirmed, so you just need to type them in once and you’re logged in. Once you do that, you’ll be taken to your Pay in Night dashboard and you’ll see that you already have $25 in your account, which is a new account bonus.
What is the simple task that you need to do to earn more with Pay in Night? They give you a special link, and they ask you to share that link on Facebook and other social media sites. That’s it. They say that they will pay you $10 for every person who signs up at the site using your link.
Really. That’s it. That’s all you have to do. Once your account reaches $300, you can ask to get paid via PayPal, check, Western Union, Moneygram, or bank transfer.
What is this all about? Pay in Night says that they’re doing this to direct traffic to their advertisers’ Websites. They say “We will get paid from our advertisers for the traffic we bring to them and paid commission to you people.”
Of course, there isn’t any advertising on the site, and there aren’t even any links to any other sites on the Pay in Night Website. That might make you wonder where they’re sending all of this traffic, especially since they’re paying $10 per person to get it. That’s a lot of money to pay for traffic.
What is Pay in Night really about?
The truth is that Pay in Night isn’t going to pay you. Not even if you get $300 in your account. This site is owned by the same people who own other sites I’ve reviewed, such as Duty on Time and My Early Cash. Every one of those sites says they’re going to pay you $10 for every new member that you send to them. I’ve signed up for those sites, and I’ve even earned enough for a payout on them.
They don’t pay. When you have enough money in your account to qualify for a payout, you will see a link in your dashboard that says “Click here to get your earning.” When you click on that link, you’ll be taken to a different Website called Eguider.club.
The page on that site says nothing about getting paid; it’s a page that says “Download File” at the top. There’s a link to download something called “Document.pdf.” Payment? There’s nothing about payment there. You can’t even download the file unless you first complete a CPA offer for a free gift card or something similar.
Getting you to fill out the offer is the entire point of the Pay in Night site. That’s how they’re actually making their money. Every time someone completes one of those offers, the owners of the site earn anywhere from $1-$5. Given that they have a dozen or more sites and that that they have thousands of people sharing links to those sites, it’s likely that they are getting several hundred people to fill out those offers every single day. That makes for a pretty good paycheck.
What about their guarantee that you’ll earn $1500 your first week? I have no idea. I’ve created accounts on a couple of their sites and because of my reviews, people have clicked on them and joined. I’ve got accounts that show a couple of hundred dollars in them, but $1500? No. They’re not guaranteeing that you’ll make $1500. They’re just saying that. Not that it matters, because they’re not going to pay you. They could promise to put $1500 in your account or $15,000 for that matter. In the end, the only thing that matters is whether or not Pay in Night is going to pay you.
They are not going to pay you. It’s all just a clever trick to get you to fill out an offer for free socks or a Wal-Mart gift card.
Of course, people will read this review, see that I told them that Pay in Night isn’t going to pay, and they’ll sign up anyway. Then they’ll post comments here complaining that I haven’t paid them.
Anyway, it’s all a waste of time. As usual.
Pros and Cons of Pay in Night
- Free to join
- The work is easy – share a link.
- They will not pay you.
Pay in Night Summary
Is Pay in Night a scam? I’ll let you decide. They’re saying that you can earn $500 today and that they’ll guarantee that you’ll earn $1500 your first week. Neither of those things are true. You can share the link and people will sign up and you’ll see the amount of money in your Pay in Night account growing and when you get to $300, you can ask them to pay you.
They will not pay you. Instead, they will ask you to fill out an offer for a free gift card. Many people will do this, because they think they have to do it in order to get paid. No, if you do that, the owners of Pay in Night will get paid. You will never get paid, because they do not pay people. They just want you to fill out the offers.
If you’re interested in making money online, there are better ways to do that than by joining Pay in Night. I’d recommend that you try that instead. Otherwise, you are just wasting your time.
Pay in Night is not recommended.