Review: Is It A Scam or Can You Really Make $500 From Surveys?

Can you really get up to $500 from completing simple tasks on Is this deal a scam or legit offer? Read this review to find out everything you need to know about

What Is is a website that claims subscribers can make up to $500 from email surveys. When you click on ‘Claim Reward’, it redirects you to another website were you’re promised $750 or $1000 when you finish 20 or 25 simple tasks (deals). The website claims you can typically complete all of the required sponsored Deals within 5-7 days.

Then, once you complete the required number of Deals you can proceed to the Reward claims process. This process requires ID verification.

Sounds Incredible right? Sadly, there’s some inconsistencies about the website.

Reasons Why The $500 for Surveys on is not a legit offer have mentioned that SFK Offers has already given away over $450,000, and that a $500 reward has been reserved for you. First of all, the YouTube video content creator Mr Beast has not mentioned anything about the website. Secondly, when I reached out to him he clearly stated that he has nothing to do with

Meanwhile, When I did some investigations I discovered the website was registered on January 2022 by someone who doesn’t want to be traced. So what happens when you visit

When you visit the website you’ll be asked the following questions –

  • Do You Use Cash
  • How do you plan to use your $750 To Your Cash?
  • About how many times do you go shopping per week?

When you answer the questions, your email address will be requested, but this is where the scam comes in. When you look at the tiny texts you’d see the caveat ‘By clicking below, I agree to email marketing, the Terms & Conditions (which include mandatory arbitration), and the Privacy Policy.

What this means is that when you submit your email address you’ll start receiving lots of spam mails in your inbox.

Meanwhile when you accept the terms and condition, you’ll be directed to a site were you’ll be made to provide your name, address, and phone number. After which you’ll receive a confirmation email but there’s no mention about the $750 or how to get it. –

You wouldn’t receive any dime in your cashapp account. Nothing at all! This shows the website has tricked you into submitting your email address.


Just like Cashapp45 and flashcash4, is a scam. You can not make $500 from completing surveys. The website collects your email address and sells to email marketers who in turn sends you tons of spam mails. As a result of this, we do not recommend it!

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Wendy is a fraud fighter whose contents mainly target online scams. Her investigations have appeared on Itisreviewed,and elsewhere. She spends her free time reading novels, binging on Netflix, and listening to hip-hop.

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