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I saw somebody posted a link on Facebook, promoting something called Earn2Flex. Since I do a lot of reviews, I had my doubts already about this system, but wanted to find out more about the Earn2Flex as well.
It seems that the website is getting more attention and that is why I feel obliged to inform people that this system is not what it claims it is.
Also, many people on platforms like Quora asking the same question – Is Earn2Flex Legit?
This is going to be a thorough review of this system, and if you read carefully, I am sure you’ll be able to recognize similar scammy systems in the future.
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for Earn2Flex. This review is based on research and information available online in the public domain. Any recommendation and conclusions are only opinions and may not apply to all persons or situations.
Table of Contents
- 1 Earn2Flex Overview
- 2 Earn2Flex Summary
- 3 Earn2Flex Review
- 4 Who Is Behind
- 5 Who is it For?
- 6 How Does the Earn2Flex Work?
- 7 Are you interested in how to Start an Affiliate Marketing Business?
- 8 List of Red Flags
- 9 What I like
- 10 What I don’t like
- 11 Where to Go From Here?
- 12 Is Earn2Flex Legit? – Conclusion
- 13 Would You Like to Start Your Own Affiliate Business?
Product Name: Earn2Flex
Price to Join: $0
Do I recommend it? No! It is a Scam!
This is supposed to be the #1 influencer network that helps people to make money on social media platforms. According to the website, a user that signs up for this platform will perform surveys and tasks, can download some apps, and will be paid for it.
Apparently Earn2Flex is kind of a middleman between members and advertisers. These advertisers are according to Earn2Flex big brands, like Burger King, Wendy’s, or Dunkin Donuts.
Well, I think it is enough of this nonsense.
This system is nothing like that and all the information you find on their website Earn2Flex .com is just fake.
First of all the Signup Bonus of $25 is the first lie.
Whoever is behind the Earn2Flex pretends that this website has been around since 2016.
We are about to find out that this is a simple lie.
When it comes to any system or website promising you to make easy money, make sure to check the foundation date and double-check this date on a website called whois.com (I am going to show you how to do that in the next section).
Who Is Behind
Whenever a suspicion arises about a website like Earn2Flex I always want to find out who is behind it, who the creator is.
Unfortunately, there is no “About Us” section on the Earn2Flex site, so we have to check it elsewhere.
In the Contact section, we see the email and the address.
Here are other disturbing issues:
- Email does not work – or at least there is no feedback whatsoever
- The address is fake. There is not Rollins Road in the Cotesfield Region (population 48, in 2018, acc. to Wiki)
Let’s check some information about the age of the Earn2Flex.
And let’s have a look at the real age of this website:
In a few lines above we have found out enough evidence proving that the Earn2Flex is not legit. Enough to say that this is a scam and not to be trusted.
A little Tip For you:
If you want to know how to check the age of any website, watch the short video below.
(This specific video shows how to check the registration date of another scam website called inboxdollar.co, which does not exist anymore).
Note: Inboxdollar.co is redirected to another clone, called RewardDollars.
The point is that there are many scams just like the Earn2Flex. Check this link to see the other reviews of very similar websites.
Who is it For?
So many people want to earn money online these days and it is perfectly normal. Unfortunately, many of them think that there is kind of a shortcut or a simple way how to generate revenue for a little effort.
Well, there are websites where you can really earn some money for not so much effort.
But the truth is that you won’t make a lot.
Let’s take for example the already mentioned legit GPT website like TimeBucks and Inboxdollars.com.
Please note the difference between these two:
– Inboxdollars.com is a legit GPT site
– inboxdollar.co was a scam (the site does not work and as mentioned, it redirects you to a different clone of the same scam, called RewardDollars.co).
With Inboxdollars.com you can make maybe $100 to $200 per month and you would have to spend a few hours a day in front of the computer or mobile phone. These are good for pocket money or if you want to go out with your spouse.
But such GPT sites are definitely not good systems when it comes to consistent income online.
Earn2Flex wants you to think otherwise.
They promise a big return in a short period of time.
It does not work that way and be aware of such claims. In 99.9% these are scams.
If you want to generate revenue online, the best way is to create a website and generate traffic to it. We will also mention how to do that, but let’s get back to the Earn2Flex.
Who is this for?
Simply put – nobody and I recommend everyone to stay away from this system.
How Does the Earn2Flex Work?
It is very easy to register.
You only need to enter your name, username, email address, and password. It actually makes sense since they want as many people to join as possible.
Remember? This is a data harvesting scam and the easier the registration is, the more people they get. As a result of that, they gain a lot of email addresses.
In the best-case scenario, they only sell these emails to a third party. Then the users of these emails receive different spams and/or offers they are not interested in.
But let’s get back to the beginning:
After signing up for Earn2Flex, you see that your earnings already show $25. Make no mistake – this is just a fake figure and let me assure you that there is no way you can cash it out.
What you also see inside the dashboard, is your referral link:
It says, “Share this link and earn $1 for every person who clicks on it. Earn an additional $5 when they sign up”.
This is another lie and if you spent at least a few minutes learning about how internet marketing works, you know that such a statement is ridiculous. No one pays just for clicks.
If you are of a different opinion let me know in the comment section below – we can have a serious discussion about that.
Another thing is that you are promised to get paid $5 when your referral signs up.
This does not make sense. The registration is free, so there is no money in the system. This is not affiliate marketing where you get paid a commission based on sale being made through your affiliate link.
In the dashboard, you see other ways how to supposedly make money.
- $5 for installing an App
- $5 for taking a Survey
- $10 for creating a YouTube video talking about Earn2Flex
When you perform these tasks, your “earnings” inside the dashboard goes up.
…Here is how it really works:
When your balance is at least $100.00 you can try to cash it out.
You should get paid within a few days, but here is the kicker:
- Your request to cashout will be set on hold
- After about 14 days, you will be told that your referrals and those clicks are a forgery and therefore you won’t get paid (in other words you are falsely accused)
- Your account is eventually closed
There is no way how to contact them – we have seen that already. Fake addres. Email does not work.
That is why if you see fake information on the website/system, do not sign up!
List of Red Flags
Let’s go over the red flags, so we know what to check and how to check. We have already gone through a few of them, so I won’t be bothering you with details. (You can always ask questions or get in touch with me using the comment section below).
1) Age of the system
This was one of the first red flags we have found out.
We know that the domain Earn2Flex.com was registered in February 2o2o.
Why do they claim to be founded in 2016?
To make it look like a well-established system with a lot of happy affiliates.
Nothing can be further from the truth.
2) Fake Payment Proofs
Here is another proof that Earn2Flex is a scam.
It is not possible that someone got paid in August 2019. Earn2Flex did not exist back then.
Besides Earn2Flex does not pay at all.
3) No One Gets Paid
This is a comment amongst these scams and even the Earn2Flex claims to be the #1 Influencer network, the truth is that no one gets paid.
Here is a screenshot of the review page (Trustpilot) – there are not many of them, but considering that Earn2Flex, I assume there will be more of them down the road.
The one with positive reviews does not seem to be legit.
I mean, Earn2Flex is pretty much the same system as CashCrates. You can check the comment section saying that this person got scammed by them.
4) Contact information – Not working
Their email does not work, I mean there is no feedback whatsoever, and I have tried to get in touch with them at least twice.
If someone claims to be the #1 influencer and system that helps people to make money, I expect to get feedback – and it can be an automatic answer from an autoresponder.
But nothing of that sort happened.
It is also interesting that they have used a fake address. Just google the location and here is the result:
In the middle of nowhere – the county was found, but there is not such a street.
5) Terms and Conditions – Missing
Stay away from this scam.
What I like
- Absolutely nothing
My Advice: Stay Away from Earn2Flex
What I don’t like
- Fake info regarding the foundation date
- Fake Contact information
- Payment proofs – fake screenshots
- Missing Terms and Conditions
Where to Go From Here?
It is not easy to find a good platform where one can start earning money online. And to be perfectly honest, there is no such thing that can start generating money for you for almost no effort.
When it comes to making money online, generally speaking, there are 3 types of systems:
- Scams and misleading digital products
- Systems that over promise and under deliver
- Legit platforms teaching you how to make money
Earn2Flex falls into the 1st category.
If you are serious about generating revenue online, you should always look for the 3rd category. People hesitate to join these legitimate platforms, mostly due to the price. Lof of these platforms charging $1,000 for 6 weeks course, or even more.
In 2017 I have joined one particular educational platform that offers a free trial. Meaning you have 7 days to check the training and the platform and if you don’t like it, you simply leave.
You can test it out for free (since no credit card information needed) – I will leave a link at the very end of this post. If you are not sure I understand that as well, and here you can read more about this platform.
But as I said, there is nothing to lose, since you only need your email. Just click on this link and I will guide you through.
Is Earn2Flex Legit? – Conclusion
Earn2Flex is not a legit website.
It is a data harvesting system that goes after your data like email address, telephone numbers, and depends on how many surveys the user takes, possibly other personal information as well.
Stay away from the Earn2Flex!
There will be more similar websites, but now you know how to double-check the information on the website.
Thanks a lot for reading