When you run across info online even if the service tells you it’s free, it doesn’t hurt to read reviews.
You don’t want to waste your time on any type of opportunity that doesn’t pay you.
There are a lot of Pseudo sites like OGStacks that claim they will pay you through a referral program and by you taking surveys.
In this article I’m going to let you know what is OGStack about and Why I call it a Pseudo Website.
Specs About OGStacks
Product Name: OGStacks
Free Access: Yes
Website URL: ogstacks.com
BeginAtZero.com Overall Rating: 1/10
My Take About These Websites
Some sites make it a little more challenging to figure out if it is a scam. Then there are apparent sites that you can just tell.
I know that some of you, when given an opportunity, may not know or realize a website that you just signed up with is a scam site.
It is essential to start training your eye when you come across opportunities online in any field.
I like to help people find legit ways to make money from home. However, I see these types of websites in any area from cute puppies to refinancing your home.
So it is time for people to get some online street smarts and learn how the hood works because it can be a swindle ghetto hell up in there.
What Is OGStacks?
OGStacks is one of those websites that Survey Police calls Pseudo online survey websites.
These types of websites say you get paid a decent amount of money by completing easy tasks, but their primary goals are to sell your personal information and never pay you.
They use enticing sign up bonuses.
OGStacks is no different, they list their sign up bonus is at $25.
Their pay rates for every referral is $10 per referral, $15 per app download, and $30 per survey completed.
They use high paying referral and app download so that they can get as many people as they can to sign up.
For those people who may not want to refer others, they over inflate the survey pay rate.
That is what OGStacks did; they listed the survey pay rate at $30 per survey.
When people see or believe the possibility, people start to do math in their head and think if they complete five surveys per day, that’s $150 a day.
If they do that for five days per week, that comes to $750, which means they would make around $3,000 a month.
Now people start to give it a shot in hopes that this is true.
So now, people place their personal info into a pseudo website not knowing that their info is going to get sold and when they start to refer people and try to complete surveys, they are doing it only for the scammer.
Surveys Don’t Pay That Much
An excellent way to determine if a site is a pseudo website is if they list surveys as a way to make money.
What they do is overinflate how much each survey pays to complete.
I’ve had this website for over four years, and before owning this website, I’ve done my share of surveys. The highest paying survey site that I know of as of now is Pinecone.
The people who like Pinecone are people who do not want to go through countless hours of the qualifying process.
If Pinecone accepts you as a member, they contact you through email, and their exclusive members are paid $3.00 per survey.
As you can see, that is not $30 per survey completed. Not only that, but the studies or surveys they get via Pinecone also are maybe once a week or it could be months depending on demographics.
If you sign up through legit services, most surveys pay you around $0.50 to $1 per survey. Not only that, but you will also be spending hours just to make a few bucks.
And on top of that, you will spend most of your time trying to qualify, and if you don’t qualify, you’ve spent hours answering questions for nothing.
Why Would Anyone Sign Up?
They entice people with the pay you to refer others through a personal assigned link. People get these links from friends or family members.
When people trust someone, they are more than likely going to sign up.
There are friends and family members that are not going to sign up.
However, they may even ask them to share the link then, of course, they’re spreading a fake opportunity like some virus.
These scammers didn’t do anything except, make a one-page website with enticing info.
All someone has to do is sign up, and the scammer got what they needed.
If You’re Not Sure If It’s A Pseudo Site, Read Reviews
It doesn’t hurt to take the time to research and read reviews about an opportunity.
If you can’t find answers, you can ask in social sites or forums, and people will answer your questions.
If you’re not getting anywhere, you can certainly ask me by leaving a comment below or right here. I will be happy to respond and give you my opinion.
The Tell-All Tell Sign
The hood online comes in all shapes, sizes, locations, bank accounts, nationality, gender, age, and so on. So you can’t judge a book by its cover.
Before you run off and ask people, our goal here is to train your eyes and learn your way around the online hood.
I also noticed that OGStacks doesn’t even have a question and answer page for more info before you get involved.
If you can’t find that, your instincts should tell you that $3,000 a month isn’t going to happen, there are no $30 per survey. All you’re doing is helping a scammer spread their scheme.
All In All
Sites like OGStacks are always getting started. There are other sites like OGStacks such as Dollars True.
Their whole goal is to make money off of your personal info by creating an enticing page with big numbers that don’t allow you to make money at all.
I like to tell people to read their terms and if you can’t find that, why would you do business with an unprofessional site that doesn’t take the time to let you know what they are going to do with your personal information.
Please don’t spread the scheme!
If you have any questions or comments about OGStacks, feel free to let me know below. Thanks!