Review: CAUTION Is a SCAM! Review CAUTION Is a SCAM!

Last week, a few people reached out to me asking to create a review about because they had suspicions that the platform was scamming them.

Apparently, is a platform that claims to pay you quite a lot of money for viewing ads.

So, a couple of days ago I joined the platform myself to see what it’s really about…

After trying it for a while, I concluded that FoxMoney.xys is really a scam and in this review, I am going to expose all of its dirty little secrets in an attempt to save as many people as possible from wasting their time, energy, and possibly money in this god-awful platform.

Furthermore, I am going to point you in the right direction by revealing to you a couple of alternative much more legit and promising opportunities for earning money online.

Right, so, let’s get to it then! Overview

Name: Fox Money

Owners: Unknown


  • Free to join
  • ~$20 for referrals (optional)
  • $10 for “quick verification” (optional)

Official Website:

Suggested? Absolutely NOT!


What is About?
Is FoxMoney Legit? presents itself as a legit GPT (Get Paid To) platform.

GPT platforms are basically websites that pay people for completing simple tasks, such as

  • filling in surveys
  • viewing ads
  • making referrals
  • etc falls under the “viewing ads” category.

Funnily enough, the platform actually claims to be “The most profitable offer on the market for paid advertising at the time!”.

As we’ll see later on, this couldn’t be further from reality…

Anyway, claimd that it’ll pay you $0.10 for each 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

All you have to do to “view” an ad unit is fill in a 3-number captcha field that is above the ad unit and hit the Enter button (image below). Captcha Field

Once you do so, the 6 ads in the ad unit change and FoxMoney adds $0.10 to your account.

To give you a frame of reference, if you are able to type relatively fast, you could generate $100 – $150 per hour doing this…

In addition, FoxMoney claims that it’ll pay you 50% of the money your referrals earn by viewing FoxMoney’s ad units. For instance, when a person you referred to FoxMoney views an ad unit and earns $0.10, you pocket $0.05.

The real question here is “Is FoxMoney actually going to pay you that money?”

Unfortunately, no!

As mentioned earlier, FoxMoney is a scam… The platform hasn’t paid anyone a single dime and will never pay you either…

In fact, as we’ll see later on, FoxMoney is part of a huge network of identical scams that have scammed thousands of people over the years using the exact same scamming techniques.

Don’t get me wrong though…

Not all GPT platforms are scams like FoxMoney…

There are tons of legit GPT platforms out there that contrary to, actually pay their members for their efforts, such as

Now that you know, let me explain further exactly how and why FoxMoney scams people.

Here's How & Why FoxMoney Scams People

First of all, FoxMoney baits you in by promising to pay you $300 “or even more” per day for 3-5 hours of viewing ads, which is basically easier than doing nothing…

.xyz Unrealistic Claim 1

Let’s not kid ourselves here… Who wouldn’t want to earn $300 in just one day with so little effort, right?

You take the bait and join

FoxMoney tells you that as a newly registered “employee”, you’ll need to generate a minimum of $150 by viewing ads in order to get paid (see image below).

First Cashout Requirement

According to FoxMoney, this is the case because they need to know if your intentions about working with them are serious.

Apparently, viewing ads requires quite the commitment and maybe even taking a vow of celibacy (LOL xD)…

Anyway, after 1-2 hours of some serious typing (and boredom), you manage to reach the $150 threshold and once again, you request a payment.

At that point, FoxMoney throws at your face a second cashout requirement out of nowhere, telling you that you need to refer at least 40 people to the platform to actually get paid (see image below).

Second Cashout Requirement

FoxMoney offers you the option to buy those 40 referrals out (for about $20) and promises that once you get them, it’ll pay you within 5 minutes (image below).

Purchase Referrals Option

At that point, you either start referring people to FoxMoney or if this seems like way too much trouble, you buy them out…

However, once you get your 40 referrals (either by paying them or not), FoxMoney will throw yet another barrier in front of you, telling you that you’ll need to wait 30-60 days for your account to be approved (image below).

Third Cashout Requirement Account Not Approved

However, FoxMoney also offers a “quick verification” whereas you can get your account approved instantly by depositing $10 in a Bitcoin account (image below).

How kind of them…

Quick Verification Process

FoxMoney promises that if you pay for that quick verification your money will be transferred to your account within 5-10 minutes.

But wait…

FoxMoney promised that it would pay you 5 minutes after getting your 40 referrals and not only didn’t pay you, but those 5 minutes magically turned to 30-60 days or paying an additional $10.

Hmmm, apparently, FoxMoney isn’t that good in keeping its promises.

So, is it going to keep it this time?

Is FoxMoney going to let you get your hands on your money if you pay $10 for a quick verification or if you just chill and let those 30-60 days pass?


Truth is, FoxMoney will never actually pay you no matter what you do.

Basically, FoxMoney makes you believe that it’ll pay you a lot of money for doing practically nothing for the 3 following reasons:

  • to make you pay $20 for the 40 referrals
  • to make you pay $10 for the quick account verification
  • or to make you refer other people to it who will pay for their 40 referrals and their quick account verification

If you’ve already signed up and used the platform, then I am sorry but you have completely wasted your time… If not, run as far away from FoxMoney .xyz as possible and save your time and money.

Here’s a quick overview of how the FoxMoney scam works:

  • FoxMoney lures you in by promising to pay you fast & easy money for viewing ads
  • Then it tells you that in order to cash out for the first time you need to generate $150 in earnings
  • Once you meet the $150 threshold, it tells you that in order to cash out you’ll need to make 40 referrals
  • It also tells you that you can purchase those 40 referrals for $10 – $20
  • If you purchase those 40 referrals, FoxMoney ‘s owners earn money
  • If you start referring real people to FoxMoney, then chances are some of them will purchase their 40 referrals and FoxMoney’s owners will earn money
  • Once you get those 40 referrals, FoxMoney tells you that in order to receive your money your account has to be approved 
  • To approve your account you’ll either have to wait for 30-60 days or pay $10 to a Bitcoin account
  • If you pay $10, FoxMoney’s owners will earn money and you’ll receive $0
  • Same goes if you wait for 30-60 days with the exception that you won’t have spent $10 to “speed your approval up”

Well, this is it… This is how the FoxMoney .xyz scam works.

Get this very well in your head, FoxMoney .xyz will NEVER pay you a single dime!

You will NEVER earn any money with it!

Trying to make money with FoxMoney is just a huge waste of time, energy, and money.

Stay AWAY or get scammed.

Who is for?

I have no idea who FoxMoney could be for but I know for a fact that if you want to earn money online, it’s definitely not for you.

Seriously, you have a lot more chances of earning one million dollars by lying down on your couch staring at the ceiling all day long than earning just $1 with FoxMoney.

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

How Much Does Cost? is free to join.

The only expenses associated with this platform are

  • $20 for buying out your 40 referrals 
  • $10 for going through quick account verification

Both of those expenses are optional.

WARNING: Do NOT spend any money on FoxMoney…

The platform won’t pay you even if you meet all its cashout qualifications so paying for the 40 referrals or the quick account verification is just pointless… Pros

1 • Free to Join

If I had to choose something that I like about, I would say that I like that the platform is free to join.

Believe it or not, I have come across online scams that require you to pay hundreds or even thousands of dollars just to get in only to realize in the hindsight that you got scammed.

FoxMoney doesn’t have any admission fees so if you don’t pay for the 40 referrals or the quick account verification you won’t waste any of your money.

That’s something, I guess… Cons

1 • It'll NEVER Pay You

As mentioned dozens of times throughout this review, FoxMoney is just a scam that will never pay you a single dime.

I think that this con alone is enough to keep you away from for good.

If not, then keep on reading…

2 • Unrealistic Claims

Just like every single online scam does, makes unrealistic claims in order to draw more victims in…

For instance, one of the first things you’ll see when you join the platform is the promise that it’ll pay you $50 – $300 per day by putting in just 3 – 5 hours of work. Unrealistic Claim 1

If earning $300 per day was possible through watching ads for 5 hours, everyone owning a smartphone would be a millionaire right now.

That’s such an unrealistic claim it’s actually borderline funny xD goes on to claim that when you request a cashout of your earnings, you’ll receive them within 1 hour. Unrealistic Claim 2

Frankly, there’s no online platform in the face of the earth that is able to pay you within just one hour after you request it…

Payments usually take several hours or even days to move from the sender’s to the receiver’s account as they have to be acknowledged, processed, confirmed, and then transferred to the final recipient.

Please, do NOT fall for any of FoxMoney’s claims because the platform is NOT able to actually deliver any of them.

Truthfully, every single platform that promises to pay you a lot of money very fast just like does is undeniably a big fat scam that you should avoid

3 • Fake Support Section has a “Support” section is comprised of a number of comments supposedly left from other members of the platform that “required support”.

In reality, all of those comments have been planted there by FoxMoney to make potential victims think that the platform is indeed paying out big bucks to its members.

For instance, take a look at the comment below whereas KenTucky “complains” about receiving $3980 from FoxMoney instead of $4000… Fake Comment 1

That comment has been planted there to make other people think “Wow, this platform is legit… Look how much money KenTucky made!”

The exact same thing applies to the 2 comments right below. Fake Comment 2 Fake Comment 3

Rebirth “worries” about having to pay taxes for the $2000 – $3000 he supposedly earned and Lizzie_Crowley wants to know how long it will take to receive her $2500 through bank transfer.

However, my favorite comment of all, the one which actually exposes FoxMoney’s dirty scammy tricks, is the last one, right below. Fake Comment 4

This comment includes a link to a screenshot of a receipt of payment that a member called “Jemma Ricker” has supposedly received by FoxMoney (see image below). Fake Payment Proof

As you saw in the image above, the payment seems to have been made in June 2017.

However, as you can see in the image right below, the domain name was first registered on the 20th of December 2019. Domain Name Registration Date

This means that FoxMoney didn’t even exist before that date and yet according to Jemma Ricker’s payment receipt, FoxMoney paid her more than 2 years earlier.

This could mean two things…

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

I’d bet on the latter.

In addition, I can’t see anywhere on this receipt that the actual payer is FoxMoney.

4 • No Contact Information

One of the most obvious signs that is a scam is that it provides no contact information whatsoever.

No email address, 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.

This isn’t such a big surprise…

Scammers always provide either fake or no contact information at all for the obvious reason of not having to interact in any way with the people they are scamming.

5 • Unknown Owners

Another tattletale sign that is a scam​ is that it provides no information about its owners.

All scammers tend to keep their identity hidden in order to avoid being tied to their fraudulent activities and getting caught.

A legit website/company ALWAYS provides information about its owners.

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

just to name a few.

Take a look at the images below to see for yourself how all these scams are basically clones of one another. Identical Scam Scam Scam

7 • Lies, Lies, Lies...

Everything on FoxMoney’s website is a lie.

For instance, on FoxMoney’s home page, you’ll come across a leaderboard that supposedly displays the 50 people who earned the most money with the platform during the day.

XYZ Fake Leaderboard

The problem with that leaderboard is that all of FoxMoney’s sister scams are using the exact same leaderboard with the exact same names and the exact same earnings.

Leaderboard = Fake

In addition, at the bottom left of FoxMoney’s home page, there is a “News” section. Fake News Section

First of all, take a look at the dates of each one of those news listings…

As we saw earlier on, FoxMoney started operating on the 20th of December 2019 and yet most of its “news updates” seem to have taken place before that date.

Apparently, FoxMoney is such a magical platform that got updated months before it even existed.

Furthermore, again all of FoxMoney’s sister scams are also using the exact same News section with the exact same updates and the exact same dates.

News section = Fake

Basically, everything you’ll come across on FoxMoney’s website is a big fat lie.

8 • Hacking Danger

The last but not least sign that FoxMoney is a scam is that every time I attempt to visit its website my antivirus goes off showing me the message below: Antivirus Alert

Apparently, FoxMoney’s website contain viruses that could infect your PC or mobile phone and enable hackers to get their hands on personal data and sensitive information of yours, such as the login credentials to your

  • social media accounts
  • email
  • credit cards
  • bank accounts
  • etc

If you don’t have an internet security or antivirus program installed on your devices, make sure to stay clear of at all costs…

If you’ve already accessed the platform without having any protection in place, I’d suggest that you immediately purchase an antivirus and scan your entire system in order to ensure that it hasn’t been compromised. Review Summary



You have no income potential with



Dashboard, referral link, FAQ center.

Value for


Free to join. I wouldn’t join this worthless platform even if you paid me…



Fake Support section. No contact information. Provides ZERO support.



Fake success stories & payment proof. You’ll never find success with

Overall Rating


Is Suggested? is only suggested for those whose goal is wasting their time, energy, and possibly money in a scam that’ll never pay them a single buck…

If you’ve already signed up and used the platform, then I am sorry but you have completely wasted your time… If not, do yourself a favor and start running in the opposite direction.

Written by:

Harry is the founder and creative director of Dear Boss I Quit. His mission is to inspire and help as many people as possible escape the 9-5 grind forever by building a passive income online just like he accomplished a few years back.

You can read more about Harry’s story right here.

8 Responses

    1. Translation: Bro, thanks for the info. The truth is that everything is very well-explained!!

      Hey Leo, I’m so happy that you found this helpful!

      Best wishes and stay safe,


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