Dollar Tell (at dollartell.com) claims you can make an easy $10 – $20 per task and bring in up to $4,500 per week. But is what they say really true? Or is Dollar Tell a scam ripoff that is just going to be a big waste of your time?
I get why people are suspicious of this place. After all it looks like someone threw the website together in about 30 minutes. Why would a place like this that claims to be paying out tons of money have such a crappy looking site? But I guess you can’t judge a book by its cover. So I took a deeper look into this place and in this review I’ll be going over a few things that you are definitely going to want to know.
Dollar Tell Review
Ok so Dollar Tell claims to pay you $10 – $20 per simple task that you complete. This might make you think that its some sort of survey type site but its much different. The only task that they offer for you to complete for money is to refer others to join the site.
They claim to pay new members $10 for every person that you get to join. You will get your own referral link and when you get people to click that link you will get credit for them joining. They tell you that the best way to go about getting people to join is by sharing your link on social media like Twitter, Facebook, and places like Youtube.
You will not be able to get your money right away. They have a $300 minimum withdrawal amount in place which means that you will have to have $300 in your account before you can take it out. They say that they pay via PayPal, Cheque, bank transfer, and other methods.
How It Works…. Doesn’t Make Sense
Ok, so you should be wondering where they get the money to pay you. It doesn’t really make sense does it?…. for them to just pay you to get other people to join when it is free to join. The money has to come from somewhere right?
Well what they tell you is that they get paid from their advertisers and when you get other people to join you make them money because more people are seeing the ads. This makes perfect sense but there is one little problem…… THERE ARE NO ADS.
What they tell you is a complete lie because their are no ads on their site. So I don’t know what the heck they are talking about here.
Its Just An Old Rehashed Program
I thought this place looked kind of familiar so I did a little digging around and found that I actually reviewed 2 other places called Regular Dollars and Fix Monthly Income that are the same darn thing. These places tell you the same exact things and are all about getting people to refer others. Even the $300 cash out minimum is the same as well as the horribly put together website.
What Is Really Going On Here
Well since they obviously aren’t making money by advertising on their site like they tell you… then how are they making money?
My best guess is that they are selling your personal information. When you sign up you enter your email address and email addresses are valuable when it comes to online marketing. They are probably selling it and making money doing so. I see this happen all the time so its not a far fetched assumption.
Don’t be surprised if you start getting a lot of spam emails to the address you used to sign up.
Conclusion on DollarTell.com – Scam?
Dollar Tell is not the legitimate place that it claims to be. Its a shady website that lies to you and I sure as heck wouldn’t expect to get paid if you actually do try it out and reach the $300 minimum.
Sites like this are a dime a dozen and you have to be careful with what you sign up for online. If something doesn’t seem right or sounds too good to be true then it is in your best interest to do a little extra research before joining. In this case it does sound too good to be true and it just makes no sense.
When it comes to making money online there are a lot more scams out there than legit opportunities that I can recommend. However…. gun to my head, what is the best program out there? This is it. I have been a member since 2015 and it took me from nothing at all to making a living online.
Questions or comments? Leave them below and I’ll get back to you ?