Thanks to one of our fine followers who questioned if this was legit, I am able to put together this Zovmoney review.
The typical questions come with scams and this one is no different.
Are they paying?
Will they pay?
Should I even join something like Zovmoney?
There are probably more than a couple of questions you want answered but I’m going to keep this review short and sweet.
These types of sites are simple and require some very basic information.
So rather than giving you a lengthy post that requires just a couple hundred words, I’m going to get straight to the point.
However, I will give you everything you need to know so you can rest assured knowing you made the best decision.
So without wasting anymore time, let me give you all the information you need.
Zovmoney Review – Product Overview
Overall Rating: SCAM
Right off the bat you see some obvious red flags. For one, you can not find an owner anywhere on their site. Secondly, who in the world uses a .xyz suffix? A little more on that later though.
So What Exactly is Zovmoney?
Zovmoney is a website claiming to make you money by simply joining and sharing your link.
It is completely free to join and they don’t even require any credit card information
For the most part, you are under the impression that you really have nothing to do.
So you join without hesitation and probably share your link to see if you can actually make some money.
You see that you did and you probably share this “opportunity” even more and voila!
You have more money in your Zovmoney account.
You’re pretty stoked about things and you then try to get that good old money into your pocket.
That’s when things start to get sketchy and why you are on this review to begin with.
That’s when one big question arises and one that can be complicated if you’re new to these kinds of scams.
Will Zovmoney Pay?
Of course not.
I’m sure you thought Zovmoney was too good to be true and that’s because it is.
I do know that there are others who will show you some screenshot of their earnings so I will address that next.
These screenshots are not lies but there is an explanation for them.
You can share your link and make all kinds of money for doing so.
They will reflect in your Zovmoney account but that’s about where it will stop.
Not a single penny will go to your PayPal account and not a single person has ever been paid.
So whatever you see or hear about getting paid is not a lie but simply something that not even they can understand.
They will try all they want to get the money made through all your work but I can promise you that they will not pay.
So is Zovmoney a Scam?
Why wouldn’t it be.
Zovmoney is a big time scam that is ran from someone who is hiding.
It is not operating out of the US because, well, they would be caught by now.
What you do need to know is that there is a lot more to the scheme of things that you will never see coming.
I mean, what would these scammers get if they don’t charge you any money, right?
Well, that’s because they have a hidden agenda that you must know.
How the Scam Works
So we all know that signing up to Zovmoney is absolutely, positively, free.
They don’t charge and will never charge you any money.
They are not lying there but of course there’s more to what meets the eye.
Joining Zovmoney is a breeze.
It’s super simple, free, and requires the very basic of information.
No credit card and no payment is always a great thing as it gives you the peace of mind that no one has a way to take your money.
You then go and share your link and accumulate a good chunk of change.
Come time to cash out and this is where they will try and get you.
They “pay” through money transfers and the one main way that they hope you use.
By using PayPal, you will have to provide an email so that you can “get paid”.
What happens after is where the scheme takes place.
They will take that email address along with the password you used to create your Zovmoney account.
Make a match and they will then try to transfer some money to themselves.
Thankfully so, it requires quite the steps to complete, so you should still be safe.
If that doesn’t work, they will try and get into any of your accounts and take what they can from there instead.
What seems obvious to me might not be for others, especially when you know nothing about making money on the internet or the types of jobs that are out there.
The thing with these types of scams is that they are usually all the same.
They provide the same reward and offer the same high rate of a return.
The pay never comes and all the other stuff that I mentioned in this review.
What you might not know is the fact that there are many of the same exact scams out there.
They come with the same website theme and most even use the .xyz suffix.
The only thing different will be the actual name but that’s about it.
I reviewed Olumoney in the past but I can’t remember any other sites right now.
There are hundreds more but the main thing to understand is that they literally look the same.
Compare the two and you will see what I’m talking about.
Conclusion: Phishing Scam
Zovmoney is what they call a phishing scam.
These types of scams take and use your information against you.
They don’t expect any money upfront but they will get those that just don’t know any better.
Please stay away from Zovmoney or anything like it.
They are all ran by the same individuals, so do not join or you might just be another victim.
If you just so happen to use the same password with your Zovmoney and PayPal accounts, now would be a great time to make some changes.
It might sound like a no-brainer but having a million online accounts and remembering a different password for each is almost impossible.
However, do make the necessary adjustments and you will be fine.
Thanks for reading my Zovmoney reivew and I hope it has served you well.
If you have any questions or experience with this, please do share in the comments section below.
Until next time, good luck and remember to always do your research.