- Apr 16, 2018
In a perfect world, we would all just be sitting in front of our computers everyday doing things we’d normally do - and then get paid for it. With the birth of GPT and small-task websites, this is now a possibility. Many people with extra time on their hands have signed up for these sites, accomplishing ordinary tasks like watching videos, playing games, answering surveys, and shopping online - basically stuff we’ve always been doing, anyway.
SuperPay.Me is just one of those sites, promising their members a way to “earn easy money”. But is earning money from this kind of platform ever easy, or is it fist-eatingly hard? Let’s take a closer look if what SuperPay Me has to offer is truly legit, or if it’s another scam.
First things first - what is it?
SuperPay Me is a GPT website created by the same makers of Rewarding Ways and Offer Nation. Their website has the same look and feel (no-nonsense, very descriptive) of their other online rewards sites, though this one has a more active testimonials space, plus the logos of their partners and payment systems are very prominently splashed all over the home page.
How long has it been around?
It’s based in the UK and seems to have been established in 2012. Site stats indicate that there are currently 732,463 members at the moment. Membership is open and available worldwide.
Does it pay well?
As of this writing, SuperPay Me has paid out $1,607,678.45 in cash to members. The site itself has a latest members payment section which continuously updates the member names, dates, payment type, and amounts redeemed daily. There’s also a separate page dedicated to Payment Proof, which is a very helpful gauge for those who want to check out if members are actually getting paid.
Scrolling through the proof of payment table, I can see members cashing out as much as $155 via PayPal Instant, with the average cashout (as of this writing at least) amounting to around $15. Not bad at all.
As with its sister site Rewarding Ways , the payout minimum is just a dollar! In my opinion, this is what makes it stand out from the rest of the GPT sites, which often give members a hard time to withdraw their own money by making them wait a couple of business days (or until their account has at least $25 in it).
Also, with a promise of same-day payment, it’s good to note that SuperPay Me uses a variety of payment options for members - Instant PayPal, Payza, Bitcoin, Skrill, and Amazon Gift Cards.
Is registration free?
Signing up is totally free, there are no maintenance fees, and the site only charges a 2% standard payment process fee for each PayPal and Skrill withdrawal, 3% for Payza, and 10% for Bitcoin.
How do I start earning extra income from SuperPay.Me?
You instantly get 20 cents just for joining SuperPay Me. Once you’ve signed in, you are officially eligible to join their contests. These contests have 20 cash prizes available, which members vie for by trying their best to have the most cash/points combined over a certain period. Cash prizes are automatically credited to the winning member’s account.
Then you can start choosing the method you want to make money. SuperPay Me provides hundreds of paid surveys, simple online tasks, and completing offers daily. Surveys are popular among members, and the site FAQ states that you can earn between $0.40 and $1.50 (depending on the length of the survey) upon completion and submission.
A note of caution, though: most of the complaints by former members of the site revolves around their accounts getting suspended or terminated altogether. SuperPay Me has very strict terms and conditions that need to be thoroughly read and followed. “Cheaters”, as the site calls them, find themselves no longer able to access their accounts because of fraudulent accounts (creating more than one using the same IP address), providing inaccurate and dishonest information, or using a VPN to try to create another account from another “country”.
What’s the best option of earning as a SuperPay.Me member?
Personally, the most viable way to earn here is by getting lots of referrals to sign up to SuperPay Me and encourage them to be active members. This is because you will get 25% of all their earnings! Sure, a hundred SuperPay Me points only equals a dollar, but if your referrals hustle with tasks and keep completing them, you’re going to be earning from their earnings, as well.
This is a legit site, as the hundreds of satisfied member testimonials keep mentioning fast payment and ease of use. Their points aren’t higher than any other GPT sites, which means you will really have to work so your account can hold more than just a couple of dollars after a few weeks’ worth of work.
For me though, the way SuperPay Me offers different payment methods plus a low minimum payout shows how serious they are at compensating their members for accomplished tasks. On that note, this is something I would recommend to others.
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After reviewing SuperPay Me, I would like to know if you’re currently a member of this site, or have plans of joining. What do you find attractive about it? Or if you’ve had a negative experience as a member, we’re eager to hear all about it (along with proof of payment or screenshots of the unsatisfactory experience).