Referral Scam Exposed

Viral Pay, hosted at, fits the mold of another online earning opportunity that is too true to be true.

Backed by what appears to be a strong wave of referral affiliates, there is quite a bit of controversy to date regarding the so-called legitimacy of Viral Pay.

Throughout our investigation process we stumbled across a multitude of red flags and discrepancies that we plan to make readily available for you in the provided text below.

With this in mind, we invite you to continue reading our unbiased review to learn the truth behind this shady and misleading online earning opportunity. Scam

Allegedly, “Viral Pay was founded in 2015 to help avid social media users turn their usage into money.”

Marketing their platform as the ‘#1 Influencer Network,’ Viral Pay claims to have over 65,000 members, have paid out $20 million while reflecting 925,000 shares across social media platforms – or so they say.

Disclosed on the Contact Us page of, would be the options to use to their contact submission form, to send them an email at along with the physical address of 111 Eagle Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000, Australia.

However, when you search through Viral Pay Terms of Service, there is no reference to 111 Eagle Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000, Australia.

Instead, the address shared under the Contact Us portion in the Terms of Service reflect the following physical address:

Viral Pay, LLC, 57 Rathbone Place, London, W1T 1JU United Kingdom

Interesting enough, this isn’t the first time this address has come into play on our blog.

This physical address is ALSO the same physical address used in affiliation with the and scams that we exposed earlier this year.

Viral Pay Reviews

There seems to be some confusion regarding the legitimacy of Viral Pay, which can be largely contributed to the misleading and fake affiliate reviews supporting this scam.

Since Viral Pay is a referral based scam, naturally there would be a small network of affiliate marketers backing up this scam by claiming that Viral Pay is legitimate.

However, that is not the case.

Viral Pay is definitely a SCAM folks, but more on that below. Complaints

Since many fake reviews comprise the top search results on Google many of the real reviews regarding Viral Pay appear hidden.

If you search swiftly enough, however, you will come across a few reviews that go on to reveal the true shadiness of Viral Pay.

Domain Insight was a privately registered site that was created on March 9th, 2019 through the NameCheap, Inc registrar.

According to SimiliarWeb, reflected a global rank of 76,632 with a US rank of 16,016 as of April 16th, 2019.

Over 23% of the sites traffic is derived from social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Reddit.

Red Flags & Question Marks

Lack of Transparency

We searched UK business registrars to see if “Viral Pay, LLC” was an existing UK based corporation, however, our results were inconclusive.

Fake Addresses

The physical addresses shared at ViralPay are not real addresses while Viral Pay only offers anonymous forms of communication – as a whole Viral Pay is a completely anonymous operation.

Paid Actors relies heavily upon paid actors to provide fake testimonials whom can be freelanced from for as little as $5.

Exaggerated Claims

The claims found at are unrealistic and used to bait greedy, unsuspecting consumers and are NOT to be believed!

Shady Origins

Viral Pay asserts that they were established in 2015 yet a WHOIS report will reveal that their site was created just last month on March 9th, 2019.

Is Trustworthy?

Given the information that we have made available to you in our honest review above it goes without saying that is NOT trustworthy. Scam Review

Viral Pay is a spawn of the scam, which began on December 25th, 2018.

Kids Earn Money ( was the next scam to follow, created less than a month after on January 18th, 2019.

The next scam in succession was Kids Get Money (, which was launched on February 2nd, 2019.

Deviating from their traditional URL naming habits, the creators behind this scam then created the site, which reflected the same referral payout structures and shared physical addresses.

Other known sites affiliated with this scam network would be and

While we are uncertain what type of scam campaigns that the creators behind these series of scams will unleash in the future there has been one linking factor to bear in mind that may help you avoid these scams in the future.

The linking factor being that each of these scams created by this network have been based upon the same online earning principle, social media based referrals.

Their referrals promised are not only HIGHLY unrealistic but don’t reside within the realm of what legitimate companies are paying for online referrals.

Remember the Golden Rule, if it sounds too good to be true then it probably is!

Outcome: is a misleading Scam!

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