A SCAM – Imposter!

SurveyJunkies Review

Is a scam? I don’t intend to beat about the bush here. YES, it is.

Welcome to my review.

This is an entirely different website from the real deal, Survey Junkie (without the ‘s’), which has the website domain of, and is a legit survey and get-paid-to (GPT) platform that pays out when you complete the tasks on there.

On the other hand, this that I am reviewing here is an imposter that leeches on the name and good reputation of the real survey site. It tries to deceive its users into completing tasks, offers and surveys, but will never pay out, and never had any intention to, to begin with.

So do not get mixed up between the two.

Here, I will show you all the big red flags that point to being fraudulent and dishonest.

Without further ado, let’s dive right in now! Review Summary

Product: Survey Junkies


Creator: Unknown

Product type: surveys and GPT platform

Price: free to join

Scam / Legit? : SCAM

Recommended or not? : NOT recommended exists only to scam people. With huge promises of earnings, it lures unsuspecting users to complete tasks that will earn them the money, which they never intended to share with you.

Moreover, your online safety and security could be compromised, the longer you stay on the platform. So please steer clear of it, so that you do not inadvertently give them what they want.

What is

To find out what is, let us first take a look at its website:

surveyjunkies home page

Self-proclaimed as the #1 influencer network, SurveyJunkies gifts you with a bonus of $30 upon signing up, and pays you $15 to $25 for every friend whom you invite onto the platform.

Apart from these, you earn what seems like very easy money as you go about their website completing tasks, filling up surveys, creating videos and uploading them on Youtube.

For every video you upload, you (supposedly) earn $50.

Sounds really attractive, doesn’t it? Who wouldn’t want to go for this kind of easy money?

But where do they get the money to pay you, if its membership is free to sign up for?

Well, they say advertisers use their platform to reach out to their audience (that’s you, plus all the other people you bring on board), and are happy to pay them a good amount for it. Survey Junkies then share their revenue to its members.

Though it’s a simple concept that seems totally workable, the truth is far from that.

The largest red flag around are those big sums that they want to pay you. $10 for a simple task, $30 for nothing but signing up, $50 for creating a video?

You see, advertisers are never paying them anywhere near that kind of amount, these are not the typical numbers we see in the advertising industry.

So it is a scam.

If SurveyJunkies is true to their word, they’d be bankrupt before the end of the week.

If you’re not convinced, read on to uncover all the other red flags that are heaped on top of this dubious website.

Red Flags in

Fake story

Started in March 2015? I really don’t think so.

surveyjunkies fake story

A quick check on the website domain of shows that it was only very recently registered, in October 2019. It wasn’t birthed in 2015.

surveyjunkies domain

Big lie.

Another point of suspicion: in the earlier screenshot that says ‘The Story of SurveyJunkies’, I have boxed out in red the word ‘Tap 2 Earn’, which is another huge scam I exposed in a previous review.

Now, if you go onto the Survey Junkies website, you will see this error had been corrected. Not before I took the screenshot, though.

This is what happens when people tell lies. They can’t cover up enough, as the truth always prevails.

Fake payment proofs

Take a look at these payment proofs on their home page.

surveyjunkies fake payment proofs

I have boxed out the payment dates in red. Those were made before the website even existed?

Fake testimonials

I do not particularly try to pinpoint mistakes, but for the #1 influencer network that has supposedly been around since 2015, wouldn’t you expect some quality to its marketing or editorial team?

surveyjunkies testimonials

Which decent company would let this sort of spelling error hang around for almost five years?

And if you take a quick look at those video testimonials, they seem very genuine. Well, they are, because they are made by members who genuinely believed in SurveyJunkies.

You see, with a promised $50 earning for creating and uploading a video on Youtube about this platform, you can be sure many people will be excited to show the potential here.

Fake address

This is the company address shown at the bottom of their home page.

surveyjunkies fake address

Just ‘Houston’ for an address?

It appears as though they are getting lazy even in their efforts to scam people.

Fake social media buttons

The social media buttons at the bottom of the home page lead nowhere. You would still be on the same page after clicking on those.

Well, the #1 influencer network without any social media presence?

That’s really interesting.

Fake email address

The email address provided on their home page does not exist.

surveyjunkies fake email

To me, this is pretty bad.

It is an obvious sign that they never had any intention of allowing their members to get in touch with their support team, right from the outset.

No, there isn’t even any support team to begin with.

Unsure about sign up bonus amount

In the screenshot shown above, under the section of ‘Fake address’, it shows $30 sign up bonus, and ‘sign up and receive $25 free’, all in one breathe.

So it is $30 or $25? Or does it not matter at all, since it would never be paid out anyway.

No terms and conditions page

For a survey platform, or #1 influencer network, whatever you want to call it, that appears to pay out so much money to all its users, having no terms and conditions page on their website simply spells illegitimate.

What Does Exactly

Data harvesting

First and foremost, it is a data harvesting site.

Like all the other similar scams that operate in the same manner but having different names, it gathers all its members’ names and email addresses provided upon signing up.

This list is considered highly targeted, as everyone is interested in making money online. Hence it will fetch a very handsome price when sold to third party advertisers, especially those who offer products in the same niche.

So be prepared to receive lots of spam in your email inbox, with more nonsense that offer you the secret to making your first $1K within 3 days, or some done for you system that generates commissions like clockwork without you ever lifting a finger, and the likes of them.

You get the idea.

Compromises your online safety

As you engage in the activities on Survey Junkies, you never know what you will be getting into. Anything can happen, considering the people behind this scam are capable of blatant lies on their own website.

For instance, downloading apps for $10 each could earn you viruses or malware on your device instead. Signing up for some free trial with the hope of making $15 could get your payment details stolen.

Clicking on links for promises of $5 each could land you on some shady website, like an illegal online casino, or some fraudulent shopping platform.

The thing is, you just never know.

What I do know is this: at the end of the day, no one will ever get paid. No matter how many referrals you have brought in, how many hours you spent creating and uploading that Youtube video.

The more stuff you engage in, the more you are letting them borrow your hands to do their dirty work, at the same time earning them the money that they will ultimately run away with.

To round up this article, let me recap and summarize the pros and cons, before I finally make my conclusion.

Pros of

As a sad fact, there is not a single pro that I can think of.

SurveyJunkies is going to do you more harm than good. So please stay away.

Cons of

1. Unsolicited emails

Though it may sound like just a minor irritation, the fact is it is unethical to ask for your name and email address in the name of signing up for a free membership, only to turn around and sell it to third party advertisers without your knowledge, much less consent.

2. Your online security is at risk

Everywhere you click on the Survey Junkies website, there is a high chance of hitting a landmine.

Whether it’s putting even more of your personal information at risk, or having malware installed onto your device, nothing good will come out of engaging in the tasks on there.

Even the ones not doing you any harm, like clicking on ads, are making them money.

3. Nobody gets paid

That is the ugly truth. You could have wasted hours of your time, all for nothing.

Is Scam or Legit? is a scam, through and through. There is no question about it.

I have seen too many of these. Examples are SocialBounty, Use2Earn, Swipe2Earn, Tap2Cash, and ShareCash, to name just a few.

An Alternative

Everyone wants to be rich, but guess who will make it?

It’s a very natural thing, that’s just human nature. I mean, find me someone who doesn’t want to get rich fast, and with minimum effort.

I wasn’t spared of all the temptations on the internet, hopping from one shiny object to the next.

But when I realized those empty promises are only going to make other people rich, and not me, I stopped looking for shiny objects.

I found a dull-looking object, but I knew in my heart that is the real deal. And from then on, I have never looked back.

An honest, down-to-earth method that will get you there. It’s not going to be easy, but it will get you there.

Versus the fast and easy way that gets you nowhere except round and round in circles.

Which would you choose?

I am now working full time from home, growing my internet business, and making an online income. I started from scratch with zero knowledge in this area. If I can do it, you can, too.

Here’s a peek into my daily earnings:

That’s almost $200 in just one single day. It’s nothing to boast about, though, as it’s just a small fraction of its full potential. I just wanted to show you the possibilities.

Check out this training platform that provides all the resources, tools, along with an entire community of aspiring as well as already successful online income earners:

This real deal does not promise instant results.

Instead, it provides the knowledge and lifelong skills required to grow a successful online business.

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If you have any concerns or questions regarding this review, do comment below, and we will start a conversation from there.

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