Poke Lazy Review – Quick, Easy Cash?

Poke Lazy Review

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Site:www.pokelazy.com
Price: Free
Rating:  (zero stars)

poke lazy reviewHow does $1500 per week sound?  How does earning $1500 per week without doing much work sound?  Even better?  That’s what Poke Lazy is promising, and they’re saying you can make easy money and join their site for free.

There’s no shortage of people who are interested in making money without doing much work, and people all over social media are saying that they’re making fat bank with Poke Lazy, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what the site is all about.  Is Poke Lazy a scam, or can you really make money with it?

Read on for the full Poke Lazy review.

Poke Lazy Overview

It’s free to join Poke Lazy, and the home page says you can make money by performing the “provided tasks” and that you will be “paid for your work.”  What sort of tasks?  They don’t say, but it’s free to join, so I signed up.  That part’s easy; you just give them a username, a password and an email address.

You don’t have to confirm the email address, so once you create the account, you just log in, and there you’ll be taken to your “Job Management Area,” where, presumably, you can manage your jobs.

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Actually, there’s not much there.  There’s a screen that gives you a link to the Poke Lazy site that you’re supposed to share with people.  There’s a place that tells you how much you have in your account balance (they give you $25 just for signing up) and a place that counts the number of total referral visits you’ve received.

That’s it, basically, aside from a FAQ page and about two sentences of instructions.  What are you supposed to do to earn money at Poke Lazy?  Share the link they provide you.  That’s it; they ask you to share it on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, forums, chatrooms and pretty much any other place where you can put the link.

poke lazy scamEvery time someone signs up at the Poke Lazy Website using your link, you’ll have $10 added to your account balance.  According to the Website, you’ll be able to cash out when your balance reaches $300.  They say that they will pay by Moneygram, PayPal, Payza, wire transfer, check, or Western Union.

Wow.  That’s pretty simple.  No wonder so many people are talking about Poke Lazy and sharing their links.  If all you have to do is share a link and tell people they’ll make money by sharing their link, that really is easy money.  At $10 per signup, it’s easy to see how you could earn a few hundred dollars per day.

There are a few strange things about the Poke Lazy site, though.  First of all, why would they pay anyone $10 to provide a link to their site?  Their FAQ section says that advertisers are paying them for the traffic, but there are no ads on the site.  In fact, the site doesn’t appear to be monetized in any way at all.  At first glance, there’s just no way for them to make any money on the site, even if they receive 10,000 visitors per day.

So what’s up?  What’s Poke Lazy really about?

They’re not making their money from advertisers.  They’re making their money from you when you try to cash out.  When you reach the $300 threshold in your account balance, you’ll see a link that says you can request payment.

When you click on that link, you would think that you’d be taken to a place where you can give them your payment information so they can pay you.  That’s not what happens, though.  What happens is that you’re taken to another site, where a “special offer” will appear on the screen.

The offer will vary every time you see it, but it will ask you to fill out a survey in order to receive a free gift card, or a free pair of socks, or register to win an iPhone, or some other item.   You have to provide some personal information to do this, such as your full name and address and a valid email address.

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Fake payout numbers

Many people will fill out these offers, as they believe that they’re part of the process that you have to go through at Poke Lazy in order to get paid.  That’s not really the case, however.  The offer is what Poke Lazy is all about.

These offers are known as CPA offers, which stands for either “Cost Per Action” or “Cost Per Acquisition.”  Companies are willing to pay people who can help them build their mailing lists for paying customers, and offers such as the one you’ll see when you try to cash out pay a few dollars per lead to the person posting the offer on their Website.

For the owners of Poke Lazy, that means that they might earn anywhere from 50¢ to $5 every time someone fills out one of those offers.  What about the promised payment for the work you did in providing Poke Lazy with a bunch of new customers?

You don’t get paid for that.  Poke Lazy will not pay you.

The company that owns this Website has dozens of Websites, and they’re building new ones all the time.  Why do they keep building new ones?  Because people find out that they don’t pay and spread the word.  So they build a new site that’s usually just like the old one, and then people flock to it and tell other people they’re making money at it, and the whole process starts over again.

It’s all so you can fill out a form that allows the owners of the site to make a couple of bucks.  Oh, and once you fill out that form, you’ll start getting a lot of sales offers via email.

Poke Lazy Summary

poke lazy - thumbs downCan you make $1500 per week with Poke Lazy?  No.  In fact, you can’t make any money at all.  The site will not pay you, and it’s all just a clever trick to get you to fill out an offer so they can earn a few dollars.  It’s a complete waste of time.

Can you make money online in some other way?  Of course, and there are better ways to do it than by joining Poke Lazy.  I’d try one of those methods instead.

Poke Lazy is not going to help you make money.  Stay away.  And please don’t post comments asking me why they haven’t paid you.  I just told you in the review above.

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