Review: SCAM ALERT, Stay Away! Review: SCAM ALERT, Stay Away!

Maybe you just heard about the “amazing” money-making opportunity offers and you decided to do a little bit of research before trying the platform out (wise choice).

Or maybe you’ve been trying to make money with BvyMoney for a while now and the fact that you keep hitting dead end after dead end has made you start wondering

  • Is legit?
  • Can I really make money with it?
  • Or is it just a scam that wastes people’s time?

Don’t worry, because, by the end of this review, you will have found out exactly

  • What really is
  • How it works (or to be more accurate, doesn’t work)
  • Why it might be of your best interest to stay away from it
  • Plus, a couple of better money-making alternatives

This way, you’ll be able to make an informed decision about whether is worth your time (it’s not) or if you’d better shift your attention towards something more promising. Overview

Name: BvyMoney

Owners: Unknown

Price: Free to join

Official Website:

Suggested? Run AWAY!



Income Potential

The income potential BvyMoney offers is ZERO dollars!



Dashboard, referral link, FAQ center.


Value for Money

Free to join. Calling useless would be a compliment to the platform.



Provides ZERO support.


Success Stories

Some success stories on BvyMoney’s website. All of them are 100% FAKE!

Overall Rating

  • No support
  • Part of a scam network
  • Lies, lies, lies
  • Unknown owner
  • You’ll never get paid

Jump to the Cons Section

Is Suggested?

You’d better run towards the other direction.

If you are really want to earn money online, I assure you that there are a lot of other legit ways to do so, such as 

  • Filling in surveys and completing tasks with Swagbucks and Survey Junkie (Survey Junkie is only available for US, Canadian, and Australian residents)
  • User-testing websites and apps with UserLytics and UserTesting

Unfortunately, you probably won’t be able to earn that much money neither with filling in surveys nor with user testing, so don’t get your expectations high…

Maybe something between $50 – $100 per month MAX.

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What is About? is a platform that is supposed to pay you a lot of money for viewing ads as well as when people you referred to it view ads.

The platform actually presents itself as “The most profitable offer on the market for paid advertising at the time!”.

Pfff, yeah right… You almost exaggerated there a little…

Anyway, states that it is going to pay you

  • $0.10 for each ad unit you view (ad unit = a cluster of 6 ads)
  • 50% of the money your referrals earn by viewing ad units within BvyMoney (when a person you referred to BvyMoney views an ad unit and earns $0.10, you pocket $0.05)

I know that everything about BvyMoney sounds pretty simple and straightforward up to this point but the thing is that is not at all the awesome platform it claims to be.

What you don’t know about BvyMoney is that it never intended to actually pay you the money you’ve earned fair and square with it in the first place…

Let me explain further…

How Does Really Work?

As mentioned right above, BvyMoney is supposed to pay you $0.10 per ad unit you view.

An ad unit is a cluster of 6 ads just like the one you see in the image below.

Ad Unit

Right above this ad unit, there is a CAPTCHA field like the one you see in the image below. CAPTCHA Field

Every time you fill the 3 numbers in the field below them and hit “Enter” or the “CONTINUE” button, the 6 ads in the ad unit change and BvyMoney adds $0.10 to your account.

If you are a fast typer like me, you could earn more than $2 – $3 per minute.

When your referrals do the same thing, you get to pocket 50% of their earnings.

However, don’t get all excited because BvyMoney won’t actually let you get away with the money you’ve earned with it that easily or at all to be more accurate!

In order for BvyMoney to let you cash out for the first time, you’ll need to first earn a minimum of $150 with the platform (see image below). Cashout Qualification

Okay, that’s not such a problem right?

With 1-2 hours of some serious typing, you should be able to reach that amount (I actually reached $150 in just half an hour).

However, this is where BvyMoney starts getting weird and fishy.

Once you reach that $150 and request a payment, BvyMoney will include a second payment qualification telling you that you need to refer at least 40 people to the platform to actually get paid (see image below). Cashout Referral Qualification

BvyMoney offers you the option to buy out your referrals for $10-$20.

Useful tip -> Don’t ever do that!

Because, even after getting those 40 referrals, BvyMoney will throw yet another barrier in front of you, telling you that you need to keep viewing ads for at least 60 more days before they pay you.

And after those 60 days pass, guess what happens…

You never get your money. 

And the worst part is that you can’t contact anyone because BvyMoney’s website contains no contact information whatsoever…

So, why does do that?

Well, it’s simple math!

BvyMoney probably earns up to $0.01 per ad view. Since an ad unit is comprised of 6 ads, BvyMoney earns $0.06 per ad unit view.

If BvyMoney really paid out $0.10 per ad unit view it would lose money.

If it paid out $0.1 per ad unit view, nobody would even bother using the platform.

So, they decided to lie about how much they pay, pay no one and get it over with.

And with all those cashout qualification barriers BvyMoney keeps putting up, until you realize that the platform is just a scam that will never actually pay you, you will have probably already wasted dozens of hours viewing thousands of ads and referring dozens of other people who will, in turn, view thousands of ads and refer dozens of people each, etc, etc…

Well, this is it… This is how works or to be more accurate doesn’t work.

Get this very well in your head, will NEVER pay you a single dime! You will NEVER earn any money with it! Trying to make money with BvyMoney is just a huge waste of your precious and probably limited time and energy.

Stay AWAY!

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Who is for?

BvyMoney is for no one… Calling the platform useless is a compliment to it.

The chances of earning money online by lying on your couch staring at the ceiling all day long are so much more than the chances of earning money with BvyMoney.

In fact, I am so confident that you won’t be able to earn even a single penny with BvyMoney that if you do, you can contact me with proof and I will deposit $100 more right in your account just for being wrong…

Who is NOT for?

BvyMoney is definitely NOT for people who want to earn money online.

If you

  • want to build a full-time income online to quit your job
  • are in need of some extra money to provide for your family
  • are working a part-time job and need a supplementary income to cover your expenses
  • want to gain the freedom to work whenever you want and from wherever you want in order to be able to travel around the world
  • have tried other MMO and GPT platforms and systems but failed to meet your financial goals and you are still looking for the real deal
  • aren’t working at all and you are looking for a way to build a source of income online

then you’d better ditch this BvyMoney review, and instead, check out my FREE, step-by-step, beginner-oriented guide to building a full-time income online because BvyMoney is NEVER going to help you fulfill your financial goals. Fake Success Stories

On BvyMoney’s website, under the “Support” menu tab, there are a few comments supposedly left from members of the platform.

Most of those comments are masked as legit questions from other members when in reality their purpose is to make us think that the platform is indeed paying big money.

For instance, take a look at the comment below. Fake Comment 1

This comment is obviously there to make other people think “Wow, this platform is legit… Look how much money KenTucky made!”

The same goes for the 2 comments right below. Fake Comment 2 Fake Comment 3

But my favorite comment, the one which actually blows BvyMoney’s cover, is the last one, right below. Fake Comment 4

This comment includes an image of the receipt of payment that this member Jemma Ricker supposedly received by BvyMoney (see image below). Fake Payment Proof

As you saw in the image above, the payment seems to have been made in June 2016.

However, as you can see in the image right below, the domain name was first registered on the 8th of August 2019. Domain Name Registration Date

This means that the platform didn’t even exist before 08/08/2019 and yet the receipt shows that BvyMoney made a payment 3 years earlier.

This could mean two things…

Either was paying people before it even existed (yeah right) or that payment receipt is fake.

I’d bet on the latter.

And in my eyes, if one of BvyMoney’s comments is fake all its other comments are fake as well!

How Much Does Cost?

BvyMoney is free to join and use.

The only cost associated with this platform is the optional cost of buying out your 40 referrals which cost somewhere between $10 and $20. Pros

  • Free to join

1 • Free to Join

If I had a gun on my head and the only way to not get my brains blown out was to come up with a BvyMoney pro, the fact that the platform is free to join would be the only one.

Those who are unfortunate enough to fall BvyMoney’s lies and end up joining the platform will waste only some of their time but not any of their money until they realize that the platform is a scam that never intended to pay them in the first place.

That’s something…

P.S. If I had to come up with 2 pros, I’d probably get shot! Cons

  • No support
  • Part of a scam network
  • Lies, lies, lies
  • Unknown owner
  • You’ll never get paid

1 • No Support provides no means of contacting anyone in case you need support regarding the platform.

No email, no telephone number, no social media pages or accounts, no Skype, no physical address, nothing…

The platform has no digital presence whatsoever besides its main website.

Apparently, you can leave a comment under the website’s “Support” section when you are logged in but no one will ever reply back.

Plus, after investigating, I have confirmed that your comment is only visible to you. Other users can’t really see it.

This also proves that all those comments in the Support section I was talking about earlier on are indeed fake.

If other people can’t see your comments, then you shouldn’t be able to see other people’s comments neither.

2 • Part of a Scam Network is part of a huge network of identical platforms that have been scamming people for years such as

just to name a few. Identical Scam

3 • Lies, lies, lies

Everything that you’ll see on BvyMoney’s website is a lie.

On its main page, there is a leaderboard that supposedly displays the 50 people who had the most earnings during any given day. 

AgoMoney Leaderboard

A few days ago, the leaderboard was static but today it got updated.

However, if you visit every single one of BvyMoney’s identical scams, you’ll realize that all of them are using the exact same leaderboard with the exact same names and the exact same earnings.

Leaderboard = Fake

In addition to that, on the left sidebar of the website, there is a “News” section.

AgoMoney Sidebar News

All the news is conveniently about server updates and payment increases so that when people see them will think “Wow, look at all those updates! This platform must be so active and caring about its members. It even increases the payment amount every once in a while!”.

The problem here is again the dates of each one of those news listings…

As we saw earlier on, BvyMoney didn’t exist before the 8th of August 2019 and yet all these news updates seem to have taken place before that date.

Plus, again all of BvyMoney’s sister scams are also using the exact same “News” section with the exact same updates and the exact same dates.

News section = Fake

Everything on BvyMoney’s website is a big fat lie.

4 • Unkown Owner

Another big con of BvyMoney is that there is no information about its owners.

This is a classic sign of a scam!

Scammers tend to keep their identity hidden in order to avoid confrontation and getting caught.

5 • You'll Never Get Paid

The biggest con of BvyMoney is that it will never let you get your hands on the money you’ve earned with it.

Even if it didn’t have any other cons and like a thousand more pros, this con alone beats the whole purpose of joining and using the platform in the first place.

Trying to make money with BvyMoney is as pointless as trying to get a tree to bear more fruit by threatening that you’ll set it on fire.

So, What Now?

Okay, so you read this review in its entirety…

Now what?

Well, as I see it, right now you have 4 options!

  1. You waste your time and energy trying to make money with BvyMoney (awful choice)
  2. You take a look at the dozens of others reviews I’ve put together hoping you’ll find a money-making opportunity which suits you better
  3. You walk out of here completely empty-handed
  4. Or, you check out my FREE, step-by-step, beginner-oriented guide to earning some real money online (optimal choice)

Your call…

Lastly, before you go, if you are one of those people who have given BvyMoney a try, let us know about your experience with it in the comment section right below.

I am sure that your input will help tons of people stay away from this scam!


This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Twack Romero

    Not had the pleasure of becoming involved with this site. Thanks to you, I never will. This is not the first time you have given me a ‘heads-up’ when it comes to the more unscrupulous sites that are out there on the internet.

    The unfortunate thing is that those who are taken in by the false promises are the ones who will be most affected by it. Yes, we’d all like to find that quick and easy way to make money online but for many, these types of sites promise payment in return for time and a lot of it. Those few hours a day spent on these sites are paramount. Used up in the hope that you are going to earn a little extra money.

    Those few precious hours when added up constitute, for many, the difference between paying the bills or going into debt. There should be tougher regulations in regard to how these sites are able to exist. In the meantime, we will be thankful to site owners like yourself for making us aware. Many thanks.

    1. Xaric

      Thank you for your motivating words, Twack!

      I first started reviewing such platforms when I read a comment of a woman who had been scammed by one of them (I think it was Viral Pay).

      She said that she had gathered $500 with the platform that she really needed because she wanted to provide for her 2 children and she was actually pregnant with a 3rd one as well.

      They ended up banning her account without ever paying her.

      This is when I realized how much scammy platforms like BvyMoney can actually hurt people and I made a promise to myself that I will expose and take down as many of them as I possibly can.


  2. Shan

    Thanks so much for shining a light on this awful platform! I hope everyone who sees your review takes notice and runs as fast as they can!

    I am ashamed to admit I got sucked into one of these systems myself a few years ago. I wasted quite a bit of time and effort before I realized it was all for nothing and I would never be paid. BvyMoney is an exact copy of the system I used years ago so I can say with some certainty no one will ever make a dime with their platform. 

    PS – Survey Junkie and Swagbucks on the other hand do pay out (I know this from past experience as well), but the level of payout cannot be considered a full time income by any means. 

    1. Xaric

      Thanks a lot for sharing your experience with us Shannon!

      I am sure that a lot of people will find your comment quite useful and you’ll probably save a lot of them from wasting their time on that scam.


  3. Andy Zeus Anderson

    The first red alert is when they called you an Employee instead of a consumer or affiliate. They are not paying you a living wage to do a set amount of work. They don’t collect and pay taxes on your behalf. There are no benefits besides cash. The second red flag is that there is no means to buy advertising listed on the site’s exterior which means they most likely depend on users buying ads or upgrades to make money and that is limited because 99% of the users are not there to advertise they are there to view ads and cash out.

    The 40 referrals is an insane amount. This blatant of a scam you will never reach 20 referrals unless like many HYIP SCAMS they sell r\or rent referrals inside the system. A definite fraud site, thanks for the clear warning. Did you ever end up trying to reach the referrals or did you just give the old heave-ho to this stinker and chalk it all up to a bad experience?

    1. Xaric

      My best friend tried one of BvyMoney’s sister scams, a couple of months ago. Once he reached 40 referrals, they told him that he has to keep actively viewing ads for 60 days to get his payment.

      He did that, but he never received his money after all (it was something like $3000). He knew that this was a scam from the beginning but he tried it out anyway out of curiosity.

      It turned out to be a waste of time just like he expected…

      There are dozens of other schemes that work in a similar way out there such as Tap2Earn and InfluencerCash.

      The bottom line is that whatever platform promises a lot of money with very little work, is a scam 99.999% of the time.


  4. Donny

    Looks like there are a lot of scam sites that are out there trying to make people work for them without paying them for their work. I’ve come across many sites like and unfortunately had to fall for a few of them until I realized that they were scams.

    Hopefully, no more people will fall for this scam when they read your review. I suspected that BvyMoney was a scam when I saw that they pay 10 cents per ad. Advertisers don’t usually pay that much per ad.

    1. Xaric

      Sometimes, people have to fall for a few scams until they learn their lesson 😉

      As I can see, you learned yours. 

      Advertisers usually pay 1 cent, and maybe even less per ad. And not for just an impression but for clicking on it and performing some kind of action such as watching a video for 30 seconds, etc.

      CPM (Cost Per 1000 Impressions) ads probably pay out even less.


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