For Money Only Review
Rating: (zero stars)
Lots of people want to make money online, and most people who do would prefer to make that money with as little effort as possible. That’s not surprising; we all have better things to do than work, so why do that if you don’t have to?
According to For Money Only, you largely don’t have to. They say that you can earn $100 per day or more just by sharing a link that they provide you. That’s pretty easy, and I’m as interested in easy money as the next guy, so I thought I’d take a look and see what For Money Only is all about.
Is For Money Only a scam, or is it the real deal? Can you really make money with it?
Read on for the full For Money Only review.
For Money Only Overview
For Money Only is a membership site, but you don’t have to pay to join. It’s free, though you’ll find out that you’re largely getting what you pay for when you join. When I signed up, they asked me for a username, a password, an email address, my street address and the name to which I wanted my checks made payable.
Kind of weird, but I went ahead and signed up. It took only a couple of seconds to join For Money Only because they don’t verify any of the information. They don’t even ask you to confirm your email address. You just register, they tell you OK, and you sign in and you’ll be looking at your dashboard.
The “dashboard” is pretty much all there is to the For Money Only site. You’ll see a special link in your “account” area that is yours specifically. What are you supposed to do with this link? According to the For Money Only Website, you “use the link below to generate traffic and earn money 5$ for every visitor that clicks your link. Good places to start posting your link are social Websites like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, forums, chatrooms and blogs.”
OK. Then what? The site is not entirely specific. In some places, it says that you will receive $5 in your account balance for every person who clicks your link. In other places, it suggests that you will have $10 added to your account balance every time you refer someone – that is, every time someone who has clicked on your link signs up for the site themselves.
They also tell you that there is no way to cheat the system, because they have a “strong anti-cheat system,” so you should not bother sending fake traffic to them.
I’ll point out in a moment that you shouldn’t be sending any traffic to them.
For Money Only puts $10 in your account balance as soon as you sign up. You’ll see that it’s not really a gift.
According to the Website, you can cash out when your account balance reaches $300. They say that they will pay you via PayPal, check, Western Union, Moneygram, or bank transfer at the end of every month.
So, that all sounds pretty easy. Get your affiliate link, go to Facebook or Twitter, start telling people what a wonderful site For Money Only happens to be and that they can make money there too, and soon you’ll have a bunch of money in your account, right?
Well, that would be the case, if For Money Only were a legitimate Website. Unfortunately, they are not. They are one of dozens, or perhaps hundreds, of sites that are owned by …I don’t know. The sites are privately registered, and there is no contact information of any kind on the site. Similar sites seem to be owned by Russians, but there’s no way to be sure.
This much is certain, however – For Money Only will not pay you.
Their information section in their members area says that they’re not giving money away, but that they are being paid by advertisers to send traffic to them. That’s sort of true. When you finally get $300 in your account balance and you want to cash out, you’ll see a link to click on to cash out.
When you click on that link, you’ll be taken to a page that tells you that you have to first “complete an offer.” That means filling out a form and providing your name, email address, and possible a credit card number. The “offer” you’re applying for will be one of several – perhaps you’ll be applying to win a free iPhone, or a gift card, or something like that.
For Money Only will tell you that this for security purposes, but that’s not the case at all. It’s the entire point of the For Money Only Website. The people building these sites are building them for the specific purpose of getting people to click on these offers, because every time someone completes one of those offers, the people who own For Money Only get paid.
The payment for each offer is modest; it may range from as little as 50¢ to as much as $10 for every offer completed. But it adds up when you have dozens of identical Websites and hundreds of people visiting the sites each day. In the end, they’re making a lot of money off of these sites, which is why they have so many of them.
The problem, as I’ve pointed out, is that they’re lying when they say that they will pay you. They will not, and joining For Money Only is a waste of time, as is sharing the link with anyone.
Pros and Cons of For Money Only
- Free to join
- Sharing your link is easy
- Signup takes just a few seconds
- They do not pay, so you will not make any money
- They might hack your PayPal account
- They might send you lots of spam email
For Money Only Summary
I’ve reviewed a lot of sites like For Money Only, and they’re all the same. The promise that you will make money very quickly and easily, but they don’t actually pay. People get all excited about it, and they sign up and share the links and see lots of money in their accounts, and then they try to get paid and they get no money.
Then they come to sites like this one and post comments asking, “How do I get For Money Only to pay me?” It’s a waste of time. If you’re interested in making money online, there are better ways to do it than joining sites like For Money Only.
For Money Only is a waste of time and is not recommended.