Pay2Fast Review – SCAM or Legit Site that Pays Real Money?

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Thanks for stopping by to read my Pay2Fast Review.

Like many people today, you may be struggling in this challenging economy and wondering what to do. If your bills are piling up and your debts weighing you down, you are not alone. 

You're looking for a solution online, and Pay2Fast seems like it might be it. 

But is it legit? 

Or is Pay2Fast a scam?

There's an avalanche of predatory frauds online, and you hope this is not one of them, but you're skeptical. I get it. I was too. 

In this review, I will explain what Pay2Fast.co really is, how it works, and what it can or can't do for you. 

The topics I'm going to cover are:

  • What is Pay2Fast?
  • Is Pay2Fast a Scam?
  • How Does Pay2Fast Work?
  • Pay2Fast Reviews and Complaints
  • What I Like About Pay2Fast
  • What I Don't Like

Disclaimer:
Please note, I am not an affiliate for Pay2Fast. This review has been researched with information and/or testimonials that are available online in the public domain. Any recommendations and/or conclusions are strictly opinions and may not apply to, or agree with, all persons or situations. See full disclaimer for more info

What Is Pay2Fast?


Pay2Fast (paytofast.co) is a rewards website that pays you to invite your family and friends, do surveys, test apps, play games, etc. 

You can also earn money by bringing in people you don't know using social media, blogs, forums, etc.

Just by signing up, Pay2Fast will give you $40. That's what they claim, at least.

Pay2Fast seems like a get-rich-quick scam because it promises significant money with minimal effort. And having reviewed schemes like this before, there are good reasons to be skeptical. 

Along with the $40 signup bonus and various payouts for doing surveys, offers, etc., they also pay:

  • $0.50 – each time someone clicks on your referral link.
  • $50.00 – for every person that signs up using your referral link. 

You have to ask yourself, why? Why would they pay me $50.00 when a referral joins?

If Pay2Fast is real, it sounds great. But almost too great.

Unfortunately, there are quite a few red flags, which I will go over below…

Is Pay2Fast a Scam?


I'd like to say Pay2Fast is not a scam. That's it's a legit company and will solve all of your money problems. 

But I can't.  

Pay2Fast's claims of earning big money made me skeptical. In fact, I've seen many similar sites that have all turned out to be scams. And the reason is simple, I think…

It comes down to one question? 

Where does the money come from?

The amount of money Pay2Fast claims to pay cannot be generated by inviting people and doing surveys.  

Let me explain…

Below is a limited-time money bonus that Pay2Fast is offering for June. If you can invite 10 people and complete 5 surveys before the end of the month, they say they'll pay you $1000. 

Pay2Fast Limited Time Challenge
Source: Pay2Fast Dashboard

Where are they getting the $1000?

It's not from the people you invite. They joined for free like you did and likely have no intention of spending money. They are signed up to make money, not spend it. 

Therefore, the only place it could come from is the 5 surveys they are asking you to complete. But those numbers don't add up…

Can you think of any company that will pay $200 for your opinion, let alone five companies willing to pay $200 (5 x $200 = $1000)?

And that's if Pay2Fast gives you every penny, which they won't because Pay2Fast must make money too. 

That means the company paying for your opinion is giving Pay2Fast more than $200. Let's call it $300 for simplicity. 

Pay2Fast keeps $100 and pays you $200. 

Is your opinion worth $300? 

Mine is not. No one will pay $300 for my thoughts about a product or service. Especially for one I've probably never used and have no intention of using.

And it's not just your opinion and mine that they want. They need hundreds, possibly thousands of opinions to extract valuable data, like a particular trend. 

The number of participants they want is also confirmed by the number of referrals Pay2Fast is asking you to get. 

For the bonus shown above, you must get 10. 

But, your referral's goal is also to get 10, and those 10 new members each get 10. 

So, it doesn't take long before you reach 1000, 10,000, 100,000, and beyond. 

This is consistent with Pay2Fast's claim of having more than 250,000 members.

Pay2Fast False Claims

To keep it simple, let's say a company paying $300 per opinion wants 1000 survey results (which is not uncommon for companies doing market research). 

That adds up to three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000). 

Few companies will pay $300,000 for 1000 random online opinions. 

It would be a different story if it was a survey of specialists testing expensive equipment and giving expert feedback for product development.

But that's not the kind of survey you will find at Pay2Fast. 

And let's not forget the $40 signup bonus. 

There could easily be a situation where thousands of people sign up and only earn money by inviting others. 

But if they never do a survey, complete an offer, or look at an ad, Pay2Fast will be in big trouble. That's because they'll be on the hook for hundreds of thousands of dollars before a single dollar (from advertisers) has been earned. 

That's an unsustainable business model. 

That's why legit online survey sites like Survey JunkieInbox Dollars, and others don't make ridiculous claims. Their payouts are not only realistic, but they are also “real”.

If a bigger income (like Pay2Fast claims to pay) is what you want, an online business is a better way to get it.

You may be at home looking after young ones or have medical difficulties keeping you home.

If that’s the case and a full-time income from home is what you want, knowing how and where to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

But getting back to Pay2Fast… even if we ignore reality and make the math work (which we can't), what would Pay2Fast look like?

What if we pretend that Pay2Fast is able to pay you the high dollar amounts that they claim?

In that case, we need specific evidence or, at the very least, we need to identify the red flags that together prove they are a scam.

So, let's dig deeper…

Red Flag #1 – Pay2Fast Is One Month Old


In the screenshot from earlier (in the previous section), over 250,000 active users are apparently registered with Pay2Fast. 

That same screenshot from the pay2ast.co homepage claims they have paid over $7 million to members and have acquired 1,682 sponsors. 

On its own, that would be impressive. 

But it's even more impressive because pay2fast.co was registered on May 22, 2022. 

pay2fast.co domain registration
Source: Whois.com

So, at the time of this review, Pay2Fast is barely one month old. How can they sign up 250,000 members and payout $7 million in one month?

How can they solicit and sign on nearly 1700 advertisers in a single month?

The answer is… they can't.

I suppose they may have signed up advertisers over a year or more before launching their site, but that doesn't make sense either. 

Advertisers only give you money if you can provide them with eyeballs.  

But Pay2Fast had zero members and zero traffic just a few weeks ago because they had no website. So, to come up with the $7 million they claim they've paid, their advertisers would have had to pay them in advance. 

Either that or they had their own $7 million sitting around, which may be true. 

But would they gamble it on people like you and me in the hopes that we somehow generate enough value to make Pay2Fast profitable?

Not likely, because every person joining Pay2Fast is looking to make money, not spend it. 

For this very reason, it's not a great environment for advertisers. It's not an audience that's enthusiastically reaching for their credit card. 

So, it's unrealistic that Pay2Fast would achieve the milestones they've claimed when they are only a month old.

Red Flag #2 – Fake Payment Proof


The Pay2Fast website provides screenshots of member payment proof. A couple caught my attention.

I had seen them before somewhere else…

When researching Pay2Fast, I found some copycat sites. One of them is socialsurveyuu.xyz

Here are two payment proof screenshots from socialsurveyuu.xyz with their corresponding copies from pay2fast.co

Pay2Fast Fake Payment Proof

When you combine these photoshopped copies with what we already know (like Pay2Fast only being a month old), the logical explanation is that they are fake. 

And since those ones are fake, all of them are likely fake.

Red Flag #3 – Fake Testimonials


Pay2Fast's payment proofs might be fake, but what about their testimonials? Are those fake?

The first red flag here is that you can't find testimonials on pay2fast.co currently.

Pay2Fast Testimonials Not Found

However, by the time you're reading this, the testimonial page might be working.

A menu item for testimonials exists on the site, so it's fair to assume that some will eventually be added to the site. 

Based on that assumption and a little digging, I stumbled onto some Pay2Fast reviews on YouTube…

Pay2Fast Testimonial Videos

There are a couple of others on YouTube, but I only need to focus on these two to explain what could be happening here.

There are two possibilities…

The first possibility is that these testimonials are legit. And, if it wasn't for the other red flags, there would be nothing suspicious here.

But there is something suspicious here because everything else about Pay2Fast is also suspicious.

So, the second possibility is that they are fake. And if that's true, there should be some evidence.

Here's what I found…

Pay2Fast Fake Testimonial 1
Pay2Fast Fake Testimonial 2

If it's difficult to see (especially on small screens), the YT reviews are on the left side and the corresponding spokesperson (on the website Cameo) is on the left. Cameo is a site where you can hire people like influencers and celebrities to make a personalized video (like a testimonial).  

The original concept for Cameo is a good one. Its intent was to provide opportunities to pay celebrities to make you a video for someone you care about. It might be wishing them a happy birthday or congratulating them on something.

But Cameo can also be used to buy fake credibility. 

Fake gurus can hire even bigger fake gurus to endorse them, or in this case, sites like Pay2Fast can hire people to give them fake testimonials.

I'm not saying that's happening here, and again, if not for the other red flags, I wouldn't suspect anything. 

But that's not the case. The other red flags can't be ignored.

And is it a coincidence that these Pay2Fast testimonials are from people selling their services on Cameo?

I'll let you decide, but in my opinion, this is another red flag.

Red Flag #4 – Pay2Fast and a Network of Scams


Pay2Fast is not alone. These websites usually have sister sites that all belong to a scam network. 

Sites like SocialDM, Tap2Earn, Cash Monster, and Ultra Cash are functionally identical. In some cases, they are also visually identical. 

Here are some examples…

Pay2Fast Copycat Scams

These are just a few of Pay2Fast's sister scams. As you can see, pay2fast.co is the same as socialsurvey.xyz, sb-earn.buzz, and datafreeip.xyz

The problem with scams like these is that they don't pay their members. As a result, their name turns bad quickly. 

But because the actual scheme still works, it must be reborn with a new name. As a result, you get a seemingly endless supply of copycats.

Red Flag #5 – No Terms or Conditions


When I signed up for Pay2Fast, I had to check a box saying I agreed to their terms. You probably did too.

The problem is that there were no terms…

Pay2Fast Terms Not Found

This is a real problem because you don't know what you agree to. Of course, you can check the box and hope there's nothing shady going on, but how safe is that?

I'll give you an example.

Here's an excerpt from the terms of an identical scam called Cash and Go.

Hidden in the terms of this scam is the explanation that the value associated with the dollar sign “$” is a virtual currency with no real-world value.

In other words, what appears to be money is NOT real money.

But agreeing to terms that don't exist is risky.

Pay2Fast, in theory, could introduce a terms page later with a deceptive or dishonest policy. And if you've already agreed to it (which you must do to join), there's not much that can be done.

If we take them at their word, and there really are 250,000+ active users, all of those users agreed to terms that don't exist.

Red Flag #6 – Pay2Fast Has No Owner


There is no creator behind Pay2Fast. There is no information online about its founders or history. Seems strange for a site that has paid out millions of dollars.

What if Walmart, Apple, or Uber had anonymous owners that no one could identify? They wouldn't be the companies they are today. 

Legitimate businesses have owners. They may not be well known, but it's not difficult to verify their existence. 

That's not the case with Pay2Fast. No owner can be found despite searching, suggesting they are deliberately hiding their identity. 

No rule says you must put yourself out there, but it's helpful to establish trust. Conversely, it undermines trust when you don't.  

There is also no record of Pay2Fast being a registered business, which is also suspicious considering the tax implications of paying out millions of dollars. 

Any one of these red flags on its own is not proof Pay2Fast is a scam (for example, I've seen legit dental offices use fake testimonials). But when you add them together, they are challenging to overlook.  

And having reviewed dozens of identical schemes, I can confidently say that Pay2Fast is a scam. 

Legit online survey sites like Survey Junkie and Inbox Dollars are much safer. They also offer realistic payments, and they don't pretend to be something they are not.  

Having said that, if a bigger income is what you want, an online business may be what you're looking for.

You may be at home with young children or have difficulties with your health. Maybe you're just stuck in a job you don't like.

If that’s the case and a full-time income from home is what you want, knowing how and where to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

How Does Pay2Fast Work?


If you skipped the previous section and jumped here to see how Pay2Fast works, I'll repeat it, Pay2Fast is a scam.

What's the point, though? If it's free to join, how are they scamming you?

Let me first explain how Pay2Fast is supposed to work.

How Pay2Fast is Supposed to Work


Step 1. Click the Signup Button

It's free to join; all you need is to create a username and provide your email and password. Once inside, you'll see a dashboard like this…

Pay2Fast Member Dashboard
Pay2Fast Member Dashboard

You'll see your $40 signup bonus on the “Cash Out” screen, but I wouldn't get too excited. Money in your Pay2Fast account is NOT cash-in-hand. And it's not likely to ever be cash-in-hand… but more on that in a moment.  

You can find your referral link on your dashboard and on the “Earn Through Invites” page in your member's area. 

You'll also find instructions for sharing on all popular social media platforms. 

Pay2Fast Social Sharing Instructions

There's also a section where you'll find shareable posts, so you don't have to create your own. 

Here are some examples…

Pay2Fast Social Sharing Kit and Posts

Step 3 – Complete Tasks

While the focus is on sharing your link and inviting new members to join, you can also make money (allegedly) doing surveys and various tasks. You'll find them in the right-hand menu on your dashboard under “$80 Survey Wall” and “Daily $ Rewards”.

Pay2Fast Dashboard Options

Step 4 – Cash Out

This is where the wheels fall off…

Pay2Fast (like every other scam like this) will avoid paying you. They may ignore your requests or suspend your account by claiming fraudulent activity occurred on your account. 

Pay2Fast Fraud Policy

Under their current fraud policy, you can be suspended for any of the following reasons:

  • Buying fake clicks 
  • Clicking your own link for fake clicks.
  • Setting up fake accounts to get referrals through your referral link.
  • Using a VPN (virtual private network).
  • Using bots to generate false stats.
  • Submitting multiple fake Social Submissions.

If you are accused of doing any of these things, they will close your account, and you will have no way of challenging them. Remember, no owners are associated with Pay2Fast, nor is it a registered business. 

No third parties or consumer protection organizations can help because they don't know who is running Pay2Fast either.  

The truth is that they don't pay you because, as mentioned earlier, the math doesn't add up. They don't earn enough money to pay you.

They do earn money though…  

The affiliate commissions Pay2Fast earns when you do surveys, and other tasks may not be enough to pay what they claim to pay. But, if they don't pay anyone, they're left with a decent-sized profit.

One of their best payouts is for inviting new members, but that doesn't generate revenue directly. 

It generates revenue indirectly. However, it also increases Pay2Fast's expenses. This is because new members do surveys and tasks that lead to more commissions (for Pay2Fast)… but as new members, they are also owed money by Pay2Fast.

So, what exactly is going on here?

How Pay2Fast Really Works


A couple of things are going on.  

First, they promise you big bucks if you invite new members to join. But that does not generate direct revenue because joining is free. 

What it does is bring more people into the Pay2Fast ecosystem, and when they complete surveys and tasks, Pay2Fast earns a commission. 

Many of these tasks require you to spend money. For instance, you might sign up for a free trial or subscription but forget to cancel it. Or a game you play for Pay2Fast might require in-app purchases. 

If this is all they were doing, there's nothing really wrong with it. It's called affiliate marketing. 

What's wrong is promising to pay you for doing these tasks and then not paying you. 

Here's what happens…

After inviting friends and doing these tasks for a month or two, new members try to cash out. Then, they wait another few weeks or months, hopeful, but realize they will never receive a payout. 

Meanwhile, Pay2Fast profits from the tasks they are completing.  

In the end, members put in all the time and effort but get nothing. 

It's far better to join legitimate survey sites like surveyjunkie.com and ​​​​inboxdollars.com because although they don't offer the big payouts that Pay2Fast claims to, you can trust them to actually pay you.

In fact, the reason their payouts are smaller is because they are REAL.

They've both been around a long time and are well-established. They can also be a first step on your way to something bigger an online business.

You may be at home because of difficulties with your health or children to look after. 

If that’s the case and a full-time income online is what you want, knowing how and where to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

Despite Pay2Fast not paying its members, that's the least harmful part of the scam. The next part is where it gets scary…  

Pay2Fast requires two pieces of information from its users:

  • Your email
  • Your password

That's not a big deal if you always use a unique email and password combination. 

However, many people use the same email/username and password for every account. 

In other words, the same email and password combination they use for their personal email account, Amazon, etc., is the same one they use when signing up for Pay2Fast.  

Using automated software, Pay2Fast can then run multiple log-in attempts on all popular email platforms, banks, retailers, etc. using those credentials.

In most cases, their login attempts will be unsuccessful. But a small percentage won't be. And if they have tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of members… a small percentage adds up to a lot. 

They can do tremendous damage if they gain access to any of their members' other accounts.  

Again, Pay2Fast is the same as hundreds of similar scams. We've reviewed dozens of them, and they've also grabbed the attention of The Better Business Bureau, which says…

“Consumers often report to BBB that they sign up for what they think is an online marketing agency, where they will earn money by completing “tasks.” The money appears to tally in the account for each completed task, but when consumers try to apply for payment, often when they reach a $250 threshold or some other set amount, they allege that they are unable to retrieve the promised payment or contact the company for assistance.”

“To make matters worse, they have also provided the outfit running the scheme with sensitive information such as name, telephone number, email, and in some cases, Cash App or PayPal account information. They also may have provided the names and contact information of friends and family members in the referral process.”

Getting involved with sites such as Pay2Fast is risky.  

If you've already given Pay2Fast an already used email/password combination, I recommend changing that combination for all of the other accounts you've used it on. Unfortunately, once it's out there, that information cannot be recovered.

Pay2Fast Reviews and Complaints


Since Pay2Fast is currently only a month old, there are few reviews or complaints. Instead, members are busy inviting people, doing tasks, and completing surveys. 

Many have not tried to cash out yet.  

But it always plays out the same way for every sister scam like this we've reviewed. 

A person joins and sees money accumulating in their account. It's a thrilling experience. It might be the first time they've ever made money online. And it might even be the most money they've ever made.

But they haven't really made it yet. 

Until that money is in your bank account, it's nothing more than numbers on a screen. 

Those numbers are indeed exciting. So, they keep doing surveys and inviting new members for as long as they believe they'll get paid. 

They also post positive reviews and dismiss negative ones because they want more people to join. They don't do it deceptively. It's just that they see their Pay2Fast money growing, and they want to share the opportunity. 

But the payout never comes. 

As the months go by and more members cash out, the number of complaints grows. 

Therefore, more complaints about Pay2Fast are likely to appear on various blogs, forums, and social media sites over the next few months and towards the end of the year. 

What I Like About Pay2Fast


Even when a company or program isn't great, I always try to find something positive. But there is nothing to like about Pay2Fast. 

In my opinion, it's dangerous and should be avoided.

What I Don't Like


  • Potential data harvesting and identity theft. 
  • Copycat of other scams
  • No way to challenge non-payment or account suspensions
  • It gives you hope that you may have never had before. A real chance at earning significant money and achieving the life you want. But when the payout never comes, it crushes you. 

Where Do You Go from Here?


You may have debts and bills to pay. The worry and anxiety might keep you up at night. I've been there too.  

Unfortunately, Pay2Fast is not the solution. I wish it was, but it's not. 

In fact, it's the opposite of a solution. It could make your situation even worse.

To be clear, I don't know what the owner (or owners) of Pay2Fast are intending. I don't know if they are deliberately trying to harm you. They are probably not. But it's a way to make money, to feed themselves and their families, and maybe the opportunities for them to do that are limited.

Whatever the situation is, the unfortunate results are the same.

There are legitimate ways to make money online, but they require effort that most people are willing to give.  

However, for some (maybe you), it's not the work they are afraid of. It's just a matter of knowing how to do it. 

You might be a student in school or a single parent at home. You may have health challenges that make regular work difficult, or maybe you just hate your job and you’re desperate for a way out.

If that's the case, an online business is what you want. 

With all the scams and schemes out there though, knowing how and where to get started the right way is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

But if it's just some extra spending money you want, real online survey and get-paid-to sites are a great way to get started.

Sites such as Survey Junkie will pay you for your opinion and Inbox Dollars offers rewards for doing things like watching videos, visiting websites and searching the web (as well as completing surveys).

I hope my Pay2Fast review has been helpful. If you have any comments, questions, or experience with Pay2Fast, please share in the comments section below.

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