Tap 2 Earn Review
I must start off by immediately informing readers that Tap 2 Earn is a scam as I was scammed by them. I have never come across such a sophisticated scam and as an internet marketer, it kind of caught me off guard. As the saying goes, if it sounds too good to be true it usually is. I was introduced to this by a family member as an opportunity to make $500 in a day and something that could continue being a stream of income. Tap to Earn has recently changed its name to Earn & Go and now they are under the moniker of Cash Crates. They will continuously change their name to keep up with their scammy antics. One way to spot this is if you come across a website claiming to be the number 1 earning network as this seems to be the scam’s logo. This is what I went through to give you a breakdown of how I fell victim to their scammy methods.
I simply signed up and created my account. After creating an account and logging into my dashboard I immediately saw a balance of $50 just for joining. When you look into your dashboard you will see a chart of the 4 different ways you get paid.
Clicks-Everytime someone clicks on your link you will earn $2. Get an easy 25 clicks on your link and your balance will be at $100. I posted the link to my social media accounts and went through my phone list. I got in touch with a few people to ask if they can click on the link.
Referrals- Refer 5 people to sign up and create an account. You are supposed to earn $10 for everybody that signs up through your link. Of course, I got the people closest to me to sign up. I signed up for my mother, father, sister, friend, and girlfriend to quickly get the 5 referrals I needed. That is supposed to bring your balance to $150.
Posts and Reviews– This one had me confused, but my brother was the one who referred me and showed me how to do this. I accomplished most of this on Instagram and did 1 on Facebook.
Simply copy the link from your Instagram photos and then go back to your earn and go dashboard. Now go to the $50 submissions where it gives you the option of a Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, and Tik Tok post. Select Instagram, scroll to the bottom and paste the link to where it says post link. This is how I realized it was a scam. When I copied the link on my Instagram photo to paste into the Earn&Go Instagram submission feature, I was allowed to continuously do so for the same photo. Imagine if you can just post a link all day and get paid each time you do so. I realized there is no way the company could be profitable and pay people for doing absolutely nothing.
At 15 bucks a post your balance will be at $300 after doing this 10 times. If you are doing this all day then just imagine.
Tasks– This last method is the one that I had the most issues with. I simply downloaded 6 apps on my phone and ran it for 30 seconds. While doing this is as easy as the rest of the things I mentioned, you don’t immediately see the money you think you’re getting accumulating in the account. Some of the tasks simply do not go through after you do it. It claims that it usually takes 5 to 10 minutes before showing you completed, so you would know for sure it did not go through a half-hour later. I did not allow myself to get discouraged because at the time I was under the assumption that this was legit.
These tasks range between $20 to $30 you are to receive just for downloading. Let’s just say on average that is $25 and to times it by 6 will bring your balance to $450.
If you get introduced to something advertising an easy $500 a day and are under the platform of Earn&Go or Tap2Earn stay clear of it. While you do not lose any money with it, you are scammed of your emotions and you will feel bad for referring others. Their purpose is also to collect data and hack into your accounts. If you have come across this it would be wise to update email passwords and the account that you may have linked to when putting in your information for receiving payments. It is needless to say that after I met the criteria of things I needed to do before I cashed out I never received payments. They say they will pay you in two weeks but you’ll never get paid. I even wrote a good article on this before realizing it was a scam. I put the article on hold just with the spec of hope that I may actually get paid two weeks later, but after 3 weeks it is time for me to give out this information and hope people come across this if they are ever introduced to Earn&Go or Tap2Earn.
Avoid this Scam Everyone and although you do not lose money with this scam, it is wise to know you can be scammed in a different way.