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My Superpay.me Honest Review: Winner or Loser?

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The other day, I wrote about the many surveys that have no minimums or a very low minimum to cash out, and one company that I never heard of before popped up while doing my research.

Known as SuperPay.me, I never heard of the company before, so like I always do, I wanted to research them in-depth to make sure they are worth promoting here on the website.

So, if you’re on the fence and are thinking about joining and spending your time here, follow along with me as I do the dirty work for you, letting you know if it’s truly worth your time.

As always, I’m straight to the point, I’m 100% honest and will never recommend a company I wouldn’t work with.

Let’s begin!

What is Superpay.me?

According to the official website, Superpay.me will pay you to complete free surveys, paid trials, PTC ads and other free paid offers, stating it’s an “easy” way to earn money online.

Right away, what I did notice that sets them above most of the competitors is that they offer a low $1 minimum threshold, instant payment options and even Payza and Skrill payment options, both of which are considered decent PayPay alternatives.

So, in short, Superpay.me works a lot like the companies I reference on here, such as Swagbucks, PrizelRebel and instaGC, to name a few.  If you’re familiar with these companies, Superpay.me will work in the same exact way.

I couldn’t find an “about us” section on the website to learn about the company’s history, but the website footer did note they were part of other “Get Paid To” websites, RewardingWays.com and Offernation.com, both of which I have heard of, but I don’t have much experience with them.

To date, at least according to their ticker, the company has signed up more than 815,000 members and has awarded over $2.1 million in rewards.



Signing Up

Signing up for a new account with Superpay.me was no different than any other survey website, but I did notice they would ask for your personal mailing address right away, when other companies may wait until you wanted to cash out.  Eventually, however, you will need to supply it anyway, so I see no problem here.

Toward the end of the registration, they also asked that you checked four boxes, one related to the terms and conditions, another related to the site usage policy, another in agreement with the privacy policy, and lastly, an agreement to receive direct marketing emails from them.

I have also read, which I will note later on, that the company will want you to verify your account, sometimes asking you to send in a drivers license and/or even a utility bill when you attempt to cash out.  This seems a little extreme but only appears to happen to select users who raise red flags in the system.  Just wanted to note this as a heads up.

As long as you were 18 years or older, entered a valid address that could be verified and did not use a VPN, I don’t think you will have a problem.  This can be said with any survey company.  Just play honestly and you shouldn’t have a problem at all.

For me, it took about three minutes to sign up, and right away, I was able to access the dashboard.

And, one last thing.

Most of the time, the company offers a $0.20 bonus, so be sure to look at your cash balance when you’re able to log in to see if you received it.  This isn’t guaranteed, however.

Your Dashboard

Once you’re in, you can immediately start earning money in a variety of ways, all of which I will explain in depth below.  For now, I just want to quickly show you what the dashboard looks like.

On your dashboard, at least on the desktop version, expect it to look something like this:

The top will have a variety of ways you can earn, all in the form of a dropdown menu, while the main screen will showcase your current stats as well as some news and “today’s top paying offers.”  Near the sidebar, you can see the offers being completed in real-time by Superpay.me members.

To me, the main dashboard is pretty easy to use and self-explanatory.

Just hover over the menu near the top, select an offer of interest and see if there are any you want to complete.  Or, click around on the sidebar if you want to chat or even enter a promo code.

Okay, so with the dashboard basics out of the way, let’s get into the real reason you’re on the website — to make money.

Earn Money

In the first menu option, “Earn Money,” you can select from the following options:

  • Top Surveys and Offers
  • Daily Paid Surveys
  • Your Surveys
  • Tap Paid Surveys
  • Revenue Survey Wall
  • Opinion Capital Surveys
  • Theorem Surveys
  • Live Paid Surveys
  • Pollfish Surveys
  • Wannads Paids Surveys
  • Worldwide Offers
  • New Paid Surveys
  • Videolab
  • Engage Videos

 

Clicking on most of these links, it appears that they link out to a third-party survey company, something that some of these “Get Paid To” websites do.

So, in short, you’re not really working with Superpay.me directly, but rather, they are linking you to a third-party they work with and then collect the commission from them.

You will still get rewarded with Superpay.me currency, so don’t worry about this.

Now, there’s nothing wrong with this, but when a company doesn’t use their own unique surveys, you may find that a lot of companies you barely heard of will use the same outside companies, meaning you will see some of the same surveys, causing quite the annoyance.  It could also lead to a ban if you fill out the same survey twice, even if you don’t mean it.

For example, one of the companies on the list, RevenueWall even notes the following, “If you already registered, on this site or another site, make sure to use the same details to confirm your profile. Only ONE profile per user across all sites is allowed.”

Again, nothing wrong with these options, but just be careful when participating.

It can be hard to keep track of all of these third-party companies since they show up on many of these websites, so that’s why it’s hard for me to recommend a lot of these companies.

Sure, while they are not scams, again, it’s nothing unique here, making it risky if you sign up for multiple accounts across different GPT sites.

All of the links you click on will usually take you to that particular third-party offer page, with some offers coming directly from Superpay.me which link out to random offers.  If so, you will see the company’s logo, along with a description of the offer as well as how long it takes to credit your account.

For example, here was one offer coming directly from Superpay.me:

As you can see, they would pay me $0.02 if I followed them on Twitter.  Near the bottom, you can also see when the offer was added, how quick they credit you and when they last credited someone.  This was nice to know just in case an offer took longer than average and you were wondering why your balance wasn’t updating.

Honestly, if I’m going to use this website, I probably would look for the Superpay.me offers first and then consider the third-party offers as long as I know I didn’t do them on another GPT-like website.

Most of the offers I saw directly from the company were meh in my eyes.

They weren’t really surveys, but rather, they were links to other websites or surveys that didn’t really feel like the traditional survey.  Rather, it seemed like a way for these other companies to snag my e-mail address and very promotional in a sense.

In this section, expect to earn anywhere between $0.30 to $2 on average.

Offerwalls

Another popular way to earn money, aside from earning money via surveys, is through what’s known as Offer Walls.

And as an option here, it’s nothing too unique because a lot of big-name companies, such as instaGC and PrizeRebel, to name a few, use the same third-party companies.

Much like third-party companies I mentioned prior in the earn money section above, it appears Superpay.me works with a lot of the same third-party offer wall companies other websites work with.

So, again, if you’re already working with another website and have already completed offers on these offer walls, then there’s a good chance you won’t be credited here.

At the time of writing this, it appeared they worked with the following companies:

  • Peanut Labs
  • Adgate
  • Adscend Media
  • Acorn
  • Persona.ly
  • Wannads
  • TrialPay
  • OfferToro
  • Revenue Universe
  • Offerwall Ads
  • KickAss Offers
  • Wall Ads
  • Radium One

And depending on the company you clicked on, they all worked in a similar way.

Complete an offer, either free or paid, follow the directions, and get rewarded for your time.

For example, when I clicked on one of the more popular offer walls, known as Peanut Labs, I could sign up to get free grocery samples and receive 91 points or I could sign up for an Apple Music trial using my credit card.  All of these offers usually pay anywhere from $0.50 to $10+, depending on what you’re asked to do.

The offer walls, at least to me, isn’t really worth your time since most of the offers you’re working with bombard your email with spam.  Plus, they can take some time to complete, not really the time.

In some rare cases, you could earn quite a bit signing up for a trial, but this is rare and often doesn’t come through a third-party offer wall service provider. Usually, you will find these offer deals on Swagbucks or MyPoints at a much better rate, at least from my past experience.

While I won’t tell you to not look here, I think the best money usually relies on the surveys and nowhere else.

Cashback

As yet another way to make money, SuperPay.me will pay you in points for every dollar you spend at an online retailer.

Glancing at this section, it seemed to be very poor, not only in value but in the offerings, so I highly advise that you don’t consider shopping through SuperPay.me.

For example, when I clicked on it, I was only offered five retailers, most of which would pay me one to three points per $1 spent.  Plus, the deals didn’t even come through SuperPay.me but a third-party offer website known as AdGaterewards, a company similar to the third party websites mentioned prior.   Again, you won’t be working with the company directly.

Yes, you can make money shopping online, but there are many other options that are much better, such as ebates or one of the many others seen in my 550+ ways to make money online.

I just wanted to include this here since it is a way to make money on the website, but it’s not worth shopping through this portal, do trust me on this one.

Referrals

As with most GPT websites, SuperPay.me will pay you whenever you refer people to the website.

Some websites pay you a flat rate, whereas some will pay you a certain percentage of your referral’s earnings.

According to the referral page, Superpay.me will pay me 25% of everything your referrals earn for life.  This is a pretty good rate, seeing a lot of competitors barely offer 10 to 20%.

To share, just download the link on your referral dashboard and share it with your family and friends.

Just remember to share nicely and don’t spam forums or social media as it will just lead to a suspended account more than likely.

Contests

And as the last way to “kind of” earn is via the contests, which rotate every quarter and reward the top 20 members who earn the most by a certain time.

For example, when I was writing this, the company was giving away a total of $1,000 to the top 20 members who earn the most between January 1st and March 31st.

Just as it sounds, complete the offers, watch yourself rise in the ranks as you earn, and hopefully, if you earn enough, you could receive a nice cash prize.

To me, this was a nice little add-on to incentivize you to earn more and even see exactly where you rank in the standings.

Rewards

Superpay.me makes it very easy to cash out, offering just a select few options unlike a lot of competitors, but let’s be honest, I’m almost certain most people select Paypal, sometimes even Amazon, as their payout anyways.  All the options they offer.

At this time while I’m writing this review, Superpay.me offers the following cash out options:

  • Paypal
  • Payza
  • Skrill
  • Amazon
  • bitcoin

And with the exception of Amazon that requires at least $5 in your account, you only need $1 to cash out.  Yes, only $1!

Once you hit your $1 balance, you can then request a withdrawal, which, according to the site, can take up to 24 hours to process, but most of their payments are less than eight hours.  If you have points, they ask that you convert the points to cash, with each point worth $0.01.

Out of all survey websites I have researched, Superpay.me definitely takes the cake here for a few reasons.

For one, they pay via Paypal fast.  This is a nice feature if you want to get paid in the next 24 hours and don’t want to build a $25 balance.

With the offers I did see, it shouldn’t be that hard to earn a few bucks by the end of the day.  If you want to have fun, I recommend scrolling through the real-time payouts listed on the website.  It’s a great way to see what others are making.

Secondly, they offer a variety of Paypal alternatives, such as Skrill, bitcoin and even Payza, all options that don’t pop up a lot in the money-making world.  Most competitors only pay cash via Paypal and a paper check, nothing else.

Do keep in mind, however, that Paypal and Skrill transactions are charged a 2% free, while Payza has a 3% fee.  If you choose Bitcoin as an option, this is one the highest at 10%.

The rewards were straight forward.  Earn points/cash and then cash out.  It’s as simple as that.

I mentioned it before, and I will mention it again.

In some cases, they may ask to verify your account, in which they ask for your drivers license and/or a utility bill.  This seems a bit much, especially for a company of this size, so do so at your own risk because who knows where this evidence goes once it’s in their hands.

Superpay.me Reviews – Legit or Scam?

By now, you should at least know how the company works and my thoughts about them in general.

While I wouldn’t say they are the best or the worst, I probably wouldn’t recommend them, however, it’s not all about me on the internet.

So, in this section, I scoured the web and include all of the pros as well as the cons I could find in a quick snippet for easy browsing.



The Pros

  • Super fast payment (less than 24 hours)
  • Instant PayPal available
  • Low minimum balance requirement at $1
  • Payza and Skrill cashout options
  • Good referral program
  • Shoutbox chat room to chat in real time with other members

The Cons

  • Not many unique offers to complete
  • Reports of locked accounts, even after verification
  • Public support responses on third-party websites are very condescending
  • Ask for a drivers license to authorize account
  • Some are asked for a utility bill for confirmation (a little ridiculous if you ask me)
  • Even if verified, they can hold your payment up to 60 days

Final Thoughts

In the end, Superpay.me is a legit website.  They do pay, they have a support staff and they have offers that you complete, but even though they are 100% legitimate, it doesn’t mean I will recommend them.

With so many GPT websites online, it is, indeed, a cluttered space, and we all only have so much time to work with these websites.

5/10And for that reason, I’m going to give them a 5 out of 10 for a few reasons.

For one, I do like that they have a $1 minimum payout option and payout via PayPal.  At least according to the website, they try to pay out in as little as eight hours, that’s great.  Honestly.

But, other than this, there’s not much going for them as I can find many of these third-party companies they work with on other websites I play around on such as PrizeRebel and instaGC.  I didn’t find much that really makes them stand out above the rest.  I really do think you need to stick to one company that offers these third-party offerwalls/surveys and stick to them.

Lastly, I was going to give them a higher grade, but there was one thing that really bothered me when I was researching their third-party reviews, particularly on the website, Trustpilot.com.  Here, whenever someone posted a negative review, it appeared that Superpay.me would always reply in a very condescending tone as if the customer was always wrong.

Not cool.

In my eyes, a company should always respond to their criticism in a positive light, even if you know the customer is in the wrong.  This doesn’t look good on your part.

I found so many replies where the company belittled someone posting their honest review.  And if you don’t believe me, follow the Trustpilot link and have a look for yourself.

Hey Superpay.me, you’re going to have critics.  It’s your job to answer in a professional way.  It’s simple Business 101.

In the end, there are much better companies out there, so I personally wouldn’t spend my time here.  While you can probably make a few dollars and it’s not a scam, you’re much better making a few bucks on some of my favorites such as Survey Junkie and Swagbucks.

‘These companies offer unique opportunities with much better payouts.  Yes, they have higher minimums, but with their market share, it’s not too hard to reach this threshold, trust me.

As always, if you have used this company and/or want to talk about your experiences, do let me know in the comments below!  I always love to hear your thoughts.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. Working in the finance industry for more than a decade, allow me to share my thoughts! If you ever have questions, feel free to contact me via the contact page.

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