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Is a SCAM? SHOCKING Truth! [10 Scam Signs]

Is a SCAM SHOCKING Truth! [9 Scam Signs]

A few weeks ago a friend of mine told me that he had found a platform called “”, which claimed that it would pay him $300+ per day for watching ads for 5 hours…

Since my friend knew that I was running a website that exposes scams, he asked me to conduct some research and find out if was really legit or just another scam.

So, I joined to see for myself what it’s really about and what I found was shocking!

I hate to be the bearer of bad news but after trying the platform out for a few hours myself, I concluded that is indeed a SCAM!

In an attempt to save as many people as possible from wasting their time, energy, and possibly money on this website, in this review, I am going to share with you my experience with as well as all the signs that it’s a scam.

Furthermore, I’m going to point you in the right direction by letting you know about a couple of alternative much more legit and promising opportunities for earning money online.

Right, so, let ‘s begin! Overview

Name: Oag Money


  • Unknown


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

Official Website:

Suggested? NOT Even Remotely…


10 Signs Is a SCAM!

1 • Uses Excuses to NOT Pay You

The first and foremost sign that is a scam is that it uses a ton of excuses to NOT pay you…

For example, when I first joined it told me that in order to get paid, I’d have to generate a minimum of $150 by viewing ads (see image below).

First Cashout Requirement

When I met the $150 requirement, OagMoney threw at my face a second cashout requirement out of nowhere, telling me that in order to get paid I’d have to refer at least 40 people to the platform (see image below).

Second Cashout Requirement

OagMoney offered me the option to buy out those 40 referrals if I “experience difficulty” in getting them (image below).

Purchase Referrals Option

I decided to pay for the 40 referrals (it was about $20) to save some time and see if would really pay me.

However, after paying for the 40 referrals, threw yet another barrier in front of me, telling me that I needed to wait 30-60 days for my account to be approved (image below).

Third Cashout Requirement Account Not Approved

At this point, OagMoney offered me the option to pay $10 for a “quick verification procedure” whereas I would get my account approved in just 3-5 minutes instead of having to wait 30-60 days (image below).

Quick Verification Process

I went ahead and paid $10 for the “quick verification procedure” dollars but guess what…

However, a week later hadn’t paid me a single dime yet…

As it seems, promises to pay you a lot of money for doing practically nothing for 3 reasons…

  1. to make you pay for the 40 referrals
  2. to make you pay for the quick account verification
  3. 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, used the platform, and paid for the 40 referrals or the quick account verification, then I am sorry but you have completely wasted your time and money…

If not, now it’s your chance to run as far away from as possible.

Get this very well in your head, is a big fat scam that not only will NEVER pay you for your work but it will also try to steal your money!

It doesn’t matter if you watch 1 million of its ads, refer 2000 people to the platform or pay $10 for the quick account verification…

The amount of money that OagMoney will pay you will always remain exactly the same – ZERO DOLLARS!

This should be enough to make you wanna stay away from for good.

If not, then keep reading…

2 • Fake "Support" Section

After realizing that wouldn’t pay me despite having paid $20 for the 40 referrals and $10 for the quick account verification more than a week earlier, I decided to figure out a way to reach out to someone in charge of the platform…

Apparently, has a “Support” section whereas you can ask questions and receive answers by OagMoney’s “Administration”.

So, I left a comment and waited… 

I waited for about a week but I never received an answer.

I later found out that my comment had just disappeared…

OagMoney’s Support section = Fake

Update: A person who was scammed by OagMoney contacted me and told me that after she paid for the 40 referrals she left a comment on OagMoney’s support section asking when she’ll get her money… A while later she actually received the answer below:


Unfortunately, when adding referrals, there was a failure in the database
and your payment has been lost, there is, unfortunately, no chance to restore it.

We bring to you our deepest apologies and as compensation, we charge 150 dollars to your account.
We promise that this will not happen again.

To get referrals, you need to once again buy referrals on the exchange from any user.

After purchase, I personally check the purchase and transfer the referrals to your account within 10 minutes.
And you can immediately withdraw the money.

Yours faithfully
Martin Wood
Project Manager”

So basically, that woman spent a lot of time watching ads, she spent money on the 40 referrals, OagMoney claims that it “lost her payment”, whatever the f*ck that means, and tells her that in order to get her money, she would have to purchase 40 more referrals…

Thankfully, she didn’t fall for that but nonetheless, I can’t believe the nerve of those scammers…

3 • Fake Positive Testimonials

Under OagMoney’s Support section I talked about right above, you’ll also find a number of comments supposedly left from other members of the platform that “required support”.

However, in reality, all of those comments have been planted there by OagMoney to make potential victims think that it’s indeed paying out big bucks to its members.

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

In reality, that comment is 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 with OagMoney 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 blows up right on OagMoney’s face, is the last one, right below. Fake Comment 4

This comment includes a link to an image that depicts the receipt of payment that this member Jemma Ricker claims to have received by OagMoney (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 7th of February 2020. Domain Name Registration Date

This means that OagMoney didn’t even exist before that date and yet Jemma Ricker claims that the platform 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.

Plus, if you take a closer look, there’s not a single indication on this payment receipt that the actual payer is OagMoney.

4 • No Contact Information

After receiving no answer on OagMoney’s Support section, I tried to locate another way to contact the platform’s support team…

However, provides no additional contact information whatsoever.

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

Besides its main website, OagMoney has no digital presence whatsoever.

This lack of contact information is one of the most obvious signs that OagMoney is a scam.

Scammers always provide either fake or no contact information at all for obvious reasons…

5 • Unknown Owners

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

Scammers never reveal their identity in order to avoid being identified with their fraudulent activities and getting caught.

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

6 • Part of a Network of Identical Scams

The 6th sign that is a scam is that it is part of a huge network of thousands of identical scams that have been wasting people’s time and money for years.

Some of OagMoney ‘s sister scams are:

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 Identical Scam Identical Scam

7 • Fake Leaderboard

On OagMoney’s home page, there’s a leaderboard that supposedly displays the 50 people who have earned the most money with the platform during that day (image below)…

XYZ Fake Leaderboard

This leaderboard is 100% fake!

Its sole purpose is to manipulate you into thinking that other people are indeed getting paid good money by and bait you in…

“So, Why is this leaderboard fake?”, you ask?

Well, if you visit some of OagMoney’s sister scams you’ll find out that on their home pages, every single one of them is using the exact same leaderboard, with the exact same names and the exact same earnings.

Leaderboard = Fake

7 • Fake News Section

In addition to the fake leaderboard, at the bottom left of OagMoney’s home page, you’ll find a “News” section. Fake News Section

This News section is also fake and there to trick into thinking that the platform is actually active and legit…

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

As we saw earlier on, OagMoney started operating on the 7th of February 2020 and yet most of these “news updates” seem to have taken place before that date.

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

Furthermore, again all of OagMoney’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, keep your eyes open because everything that you’ll come across on OagMoney’s website was intentionally planted there to deceive you.

8 • 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 that you can earn $50 – $300 daily by putting in just 3-5 hours of work. Unrealistic Claim 1

If earning $300 per day was possible by watching ads for 5 hours, there would be no poor people in the world…

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

Okay, first of all, 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 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.

Also, as mentioned multiple times until now, OagMoney will never pay you – not in 1 hour, not in one century…

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

9 • Contains Viruses

Every time I attempt to visit OagMoney’s website my antivirus goes off showing me the message below: Anivirus Alert

Apparently, OagMoney contains 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.

Who Is For?

I don’t know who OagMoney 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 way more chances of earning $1.000.000 by lying down on your couch staring at the ceiling all day long than earning just $1 with OagMoney.

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… Review Summary



Don’t expect to ever earn any money with because you really won’t…



Dashboard, referral link.

Value for


Free to join. Might steal your money & personal info. Contains viruses.



Fake “Support” section. No additional contact info whatsoever.



OagMoney has NEVER anyone. And it’ll NEVER pay you either.

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.

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