Welcome to my website.
You are doing some research about this new system called Social Rebel, right?
Is it really possible to make $500 a day with this site?
How does it really work and what needs to be done to make money?
You have probably seen already some reviews, maybe watched some videos on YouTube where people claim how great this product is.
Well, let’s find out the truth.
In the following Social Rebel review, you are going to find out that this is not what it looks like and you should really think twice before signing up.
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for Social Rebel. This review is based on research and information available online in the public domain. Any recommendations and conclusions are only opinions and may not apply to all persons or situations.
Name: Social Rebel
Price to Join: $0 (It is for free, but do not sign up with your email! Read the full review to find out more).
What is Social Rebel?
Social Rebel is a new platform promising to make a lot of money in a very short period of time.
As it is seen from their homepage, they claim you can make $500 today.
Without going too much into details, I want to let you know that this is nonsense.
Let me be clear though.
Generally speaking, it is possible to make $500 per day, but not with this platform called Social Rebel.
Let’s find out some facts about this platform.
First of all, who is behind it.
Founder of Social Rebel
According to their website, there are these 4 people who created this system.
First of all these names are made up and the photos are stock photos that are available for everyone.
Just let’s compare the first person (Ralph. R. Lowson) who is allegedly co-founder and COO of this platform, and the person on the picture below:
See, that’s a stock photo.
And all images are just stock photos, that can be purchased from websites like Shutterstock.
And here is the second thing;
The links (or rather social media buttons) below their names are supposed to go to their personal social media accounts or business accounts.
But they are not.
When you click on them, they get you to the specific social media platform, with an attached link to the Social Rebel website.
And here is another interesting fact:
According to the “About Us” Section, this company started in January 2018.
It expanded in 2019, and connected with other firms to “create a multinational team”.
Here is the truth:
The website was registered only a few months ago (as of this writing). To be specific in the middle of August 2021.
So they lie about their registration date, founders…
Do you find this platform still trustworthy?
Who is it for?
By now, I hope you are convinced that Social Rebel is no good for anyone.
In fact, if you can, share this review on your social media to let people know about this scammy system.
Let me digress a bit.
There are actually websites where you don’t need any knowledge nor experience and you can make some money.
These are called survey sites, and some of them are legit.
For example here is a list of three of them:
- www.inboxdollars.com or
- also www.surveyjunkie.com (it is not available in the EU – the site is not accessible).
The drawback is that the earning potential is very small.
It is possible to make about $5 to $10 a day for taking surveys, playing games, or clicking on the ads.
The thing is that in order to make a consistent income online it is necessary to offer some value to the market.
These survey sites are only good for some pocket money.
Let’s go back to the Social Rebel. I am going to explain how it really works and we wrap this review up in a bit.
How Does it Work?
Apparently, there are only 3 simple steps and you are on your way to make hundreds of dollars per day.
- Create an account on the Social Rebel website and you get a $50 bonus
- After signing up, you get a link that you should share with your friends, family, colleagues, followers…
When they click on the link, you get $2, and for every sign up you get $20.
- You can instantly withdraw your money using PayPal, CashApp, Bitcoin, and more.
Well, that is nonsense.
First of all this system doesn’t pay out.
Yes, after signing up, inside the Dashboard you see that a little $50 icon right below your name. But that’s just a graphic.
Inside the dashboard, you have a menu and some instructions on how to start earning.
That’s all B.S., and you won’t get a dime.
How Does it Really Work?
This entire platform is basically clickbait to get your personal data.
You are probably saying, it is not a big deal to give them an email address.
But for many people, it is since they sign up with their best email.
Then it is sold to 3-party companies.
These emails are a target for spams, scams, phishing, or other illegal activities.
And there are dozens of these websites or platforms and they all work the same:
- You sign up and start doing the surveys, sharing links, downloading apps.
- You see that the “earnings” rise up.
- Once you reach a certain amount you are ready to withdraw your money
- And this is where the problems start. You will be told that you have used fake clicks, and therefore you won’t get paid.
On top of it, your account will be closed.
So again, please stay away from this platform.
List of Red Flags
There are many red flags with this site, but let’s mention a few of them.
I believe you already have a picture of what is this all about.
Or do you really think they are going to pay $50 to each person that signs up?
Even though this website is only a couple of months old, it gets a lot of visitors already. Probably thousands per day.
If only 100 sign up – they would need to pay $5,000 a day!
Where does the money coming from?
Well, there is no money, whatsoever.
1) Age of the System
We have covered this already and we know that the SocialRebel website was registered in August 2021.
So even if the company was founded in 2018 as per the screenshot above, what had they been doing for more than 3 years?
These days, it takes a few minutes to set up a website.
2) Fake Testimonials
I have not gone through all the testimonials. But I picked one and found out that the image is taken from Pinterest.
Or is it possible that the same lady with the Pinterest account actually made money with SocialRebel?
She claims that she made a channel on youtube and promoted this platform.
There is only one Youtube channel with the name Lottie Flores:
This channel has 5 subscribers and it is a Kids Youtube Channel.
It has nothing to do with Social Rebel.
3) Fake Payment Proofs
I am wondering why the real creators of this platform do such errors.
We all know that this website was registered in August 2021.
So how come someone could receive $122.22 on January 22, 2020?
You get my point, don’t you?
Obviously, the “payment” screenshot is fake.
4) Fake Founders
Apparently, there are these 4 guys who created the Social Rebel
Well, again, here is proof that none of these are real.
This is another photo taken from Shutterstock.
Why would anyone want to hide his or her real credentials?
Because whoever is behind this platform, knows that it won’t last long and this site will be shut down.
This is just one of many scams that operate the same way.
The real founders, can move on, create a new website, and scam more people.
But once you check one or more reviews of these scams, you quickly learn the patterns, that all have in common.
So you will know what to check, how to check it and you won’t be scammed by these pathetic platforms.
5) Impossible to Get in Touch (Lack of Support)
When it comes to making money on online platforms, one of the crucial things is that they have support or at least an email address.
It took me a while until I found an email address on the Social Rebel website.
In fact, the only place where they reveal the email address is in Terms and Conditions.
I wanted to make sure that the email address worked, so I went ahead and dropped them a few words.
After about a day I got this “feedback”:
And finally, after a few days, I get the final “feedback” saying: “Message not delivered”
The email address doesn’t exist.
So how one can get in touch with these people when he or she needs help?
Just another proof that they don’t care about their visitors (members) and it is all scam.
What I like About Social Rebel?
- Absolutely Nothing
What I don’t :ike
- It is a data harvesting scam
- Social Rebel does NOT pay
- Just one of many scams out there (see them here)
Is Social Rebel a Scam?
We have proven that they lie about the history of the company.
They lie bout the founders and they use fake testimonials.
Also, the payment proofs only prove that the screenshots are made up. Fake.
Do you still believe that it is possible to make dollars with Social Rebel?
Of course not (at least I hope so 🙂 )
It is safe to say, that Social Rebel is a scam.
Even though you won’t lose money (at least not at the beginning of the process), the chances that your email will be sold on a black market are pretty high.
Then there is a risk that your inbox will be hit with lots of spammy links, and who knows what else.
Do not sign up for the Social Rebel.
But if you really want to get inside the dashboard, create some fake email just for this purpose.
Make sure to use a different password, from what you usually use.
Hopefully, you find this review valuable.
If you have questions or concerns, please let me know in the comment section below.
I will be more than happy to help you.
Thank you for reading
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