Is Hits 4 Pay a Scam? Hits 4 Pay Review

hits 4 pay reviewIs Hits 4 Pay a scam? What are “hits,” and how can you get paid for them? Read this Hits 4 Pay review to find out.

Hits 4 Pay — How It Works

Hits 4 Pay, which claims to be around since 2001, basically lets you earn money by clicking on ads. That’s all there really is to it, and there’s not much more to say.

When you log into your account, you’ll see a number of paid “emails.” These aren’t really emails — they are just sales pitches and advertisements that you can only view if you are logged in. For viewing each advertisement for 60 seconds, you will earn 2 cents. You will get a real email every time such an opportunity is available, but you have to actually log in to your account in order to view the advertisement and earn money.

These advertisements are not available very often. I’ve been getting just one per day. So much for making money online.

Once you earn $25, you will get paid at the beginning of the next month. And one more thing: Just for signing up, you get a $5 bonus.

Hits 4 Pay — $10 Raffle Prizes

If you actually opt-in to one of the advertisments, you will be entered into a weekly $10 raffle drawing. Opting in usually requires entering your email address to sign up for a newsletter or email list.

So, Is Hits 4 Pay a Scam? Can It Really Be True?

Well, it seem legit. But that’s not the question here. The question is if you can really expect to make money. At just 2 cents a day, even with the $5 signup bonus, it will take you 1,000 days to finally reach $25! That’s almost three years! Do the math yourself! (Even if you get 10 emails a day, it will take you more than three months to earn a payout.)

I don’t think this is worth your time. Even if you win the $10 weekly cash prize raffle, you will still have to wait until your account reaches $25 in order to get paid.

If you are looking for real ways to make money online, check out this list. There are programs there that help you build a long-term online business, and there are also programs that let you earn some quick cash. Don’t waste your time with Hits 4 Pay.

6 Comments

  1. sam

    hits4pay is a scam. The Federal Trade Commission is investigating them for fraud because they got so many complaints for non payment. They won’t be in business by 2018.

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  2. Gavino Berardesco

    Hits4pay I think is done as they owe me money which is now way over do and support has the gall to tell me they had a large payout this month. I can assure people they did not because the PTC emails have declined so much that they no longer can pay, so support is now bull shiting people.

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  3. Xdeem Li

    LOL! 2 cents a day, come on. How much is your time worth? I don’t understand someone would waste their time on that. Thanks for the review. You’re better off doing surveys online. Which probably is a waste of time too.

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Xdeem Li,

      Yeah, I just can’t figure it out. They really need to come up with some other ways to make money, or else their site is a complete waste of time. Maybe if they had no minimum payout, like Qmee, it would be worth it to some people.

      All the best,

      Ben

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  4. Nnamdi

    Hello, the Hits 4 pay is a new one for me, although I think they are always the same when it comes to companies that offer surveys. The problem with this kind of money making program is that they take a whole lot of time to make anything decent and it takes an awful time to complete a task correctly without having to be told you did one thing wrong or the other.

    So, being legit or not is not the problem because it is a complete waste of time to engage in this time of earning money online.

    Thanks anyway for a detailed review.

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Nnamdi,

      Yeah, Hits 4 Pay is not worth it. It’s two cents for 60 seconds of viewing an ad, which comes out to just $1.20 an hour. BUT, I have been only getting one ad a day, which makes it two cents a day.

      Actually, Hits 4 Pay does not offer any surveys.

      All the best,

      Ben

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