Product Name: PayFunda.biz
Product Owner: Unknown
What is it?
A vague site that claims you can make lots of money by posting links, but offers little evidence that the site will actually live up to its claims.
PayFunda.biz has some concerning elements and it honestly looks like the site is trying to scam people rather than help them earn money. The site is also promoting a link posting approach to earning money. Even if the site was legitimate, this approach is ineffective and can be time-consuming with little income.
Before You Buy
There is nothing to buy here, but I would recommend being careful with this site. You have to put in a lot of time before you get anything out of it and there is no guarantee that the site will ever pay out.
What I Liked
I didn’t like anything about your site. The whole site is scammy, misleading and unappealing.
What I Didn’t Like
The Site Itself
The site does kind of look professional at first glance, which can convince people that it is legitimate. However, on closer inspection, there are actually some strange things about the site.
For example, the description of what the site offers is all spelled correctly, but the grammar is very strange.
This is the first major red flag about the site. In fact, I had a look online and there are a lot of different sites out there that use the exact same words.
That is 2,410 matches for the first sentence (minus the company name). This means that a lot of sites are using the exact same language. That is a concerning pattern. To make matters worse, some of those sites are literally the same thing with a different name:
This is a really strong indication that there is nothing at all legitimate about PayFunda.biz.
A second indication is the payment methods. PayFunda.biz offers to pay users by Western Union, check or money order. These are unusual ways for an online site to pay users and that’s concerning. Most of the time, sites will pay users using PayPal or gift cards instead, as these can be transferred electronically.
PayFunda.biz gives no indication of why it has chosen these specific approaches for payment, which is not encouraging.
Another gripe about the site is that there is no place to contact the site owners. Any site that you are earning money off should provide you with contact information, otherwise there is nothing you can do if something goes wrong.
In this case, I suspect the lack of contact information is by design – as it doesn’t look like the owner or owners honestly want people to earn money through it.
A final concerning thing about the website is the claimed income.
Earning $1,500 in a week is not an easy task and the idea that this website actually pays that much is absurd. There is no information backing up how such high numbers are possible and the site even suggests that the amount you can earn is limitless.
What Is The Site Actually Selling?
PayFunda.biz is one of those sites that doesn’t really make it clear what they are offering and what it means. They seem to be intentionally confusing, probably to get people to sign up without really knowing what is going on.
The basic concept with PayFunda.biz is that the site gives you a link that you post across social media and other sites. When people visit the link, you get between $5 and $10.
Those numbers are incredibly suspicious and they just don’t make sense. It is also a bit of an odd business model, because posting the link is literally all the site is asking you to do.
Let’s assume for a moment that you actually do get paid for posting links at the rate the site claims. Getting people to click on links is actually a lot harder than it seems – but PayFunda.biz offers absolutely no training in how to do it.
This means that there is a lot of work and a lot of guesswork on your end as you try to learn exactly how to get people to click on your link.
To make matters worse, the link in question is scammy in nature, just taking users back to the PayFunda.biz site.
Making money through posting links is never a particularly effective approach. It is time-consuming and it’s difficult to actually get people to click the links that you put up. It's certainly not as profitable as affiliate marketing.
It is also exceptionally difficult to make money in the long-term with this approach because if you do find a place to post your link to that actually gets clicks, it won’t continue to be effective. This means you have to constantly look for new places to post links – a process that gets progressively harder.
The Bottom Line
In its FAQ, PayFunda.biz indicates that the site is getting paid to generate traffic to advertiser’s sites and then it pays users from that money. For that to be true, PayFunda.biz would have to be earning a lot of money for the traffic its members generates.
PayFunda.biz’s approach suggests that users earn $5-$10 per person they get to click on the link. That means that someone is paying PayFunda.biz at least that much per visitor.
I don’t think so.
No site is going to pay that much for traffic, especially when the traffic in question is likely to be low quality. There is simply no way that the system actually works the way that PayFunda.biz claims. Which begs the question, what is actually going on?
Additionally, the link you share is to PayFunda.biz itself, so it doesn’t look like there is actually anyone out there paying PayFunda.biz anything. This makes the whole process very suspicious.
To withdraw out of PayFunda.biz, you have to have a balance of at least $300 (or $200 – the site can’t seem to make up its mind). Getting to that balance would mean a lot of work and a lot of time. Once you got through all of that, you have absolutely no guarantee that the site will pay out.
With all of the issues that the site presents, it’s very likely that the site doesn’t actually pay users at all.
UPDATE: I found out just today that this “business” is being promoted under different names. No doubt someone is selling copycat version of the site as a make money scheme.
PayFunda.biz is a seriously suspicious site and I doubt that anyone actually makes money through it. Even if the site actually paid out, link posting is still a horrible way of trying to make money online.
Making money online is a good goal, but sites like PayFunda.biz do nothing more than mislead you. There is so much about this site that is concerning and so little indication that you will actually get what the site claims.
To actually make money online, it’s important to steer clear of the hype that surrounds so much of internet marketing. Instead, look for approaches that are realistic and actually talk about how to be successful and the challenges along the way.
Perhaps the most effective way of making money online is through your own website, something that I do and countless others as well. Having your own website gives you so much power and potential for earning money.
However, it is also an approach that takes time and effort before you are successful at it. This is why I recommend Wealthy Affiliate to anyone considering making money online. This is an online training site that is realistic in its approach to making money online and teaches you what to do regardless of your skill or experience level.