Swag Pay Review SCAM! Same as CASHOG, KashTree & Others

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Is Swag Pay a Scam or Legit? (2021) Swag Pay Review  

Here’s another website like CashOG, Referral Pay, and Paid 4 Clout claiming you can earn $500 in a day.

Can you make money with Swag Pay or is it just another scam?

My review of Swag Pay will be detailed out in the following sections:

  • What Is Swag Pay?
  • How Swag Pay Actually Works
  • Is Swag Pay a Scam or Legit?
  • Swag Pay Conclusion 
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What Is Swag Pay?

  • Product Name: Swag Pay
  • Website: https://swagpay.co/
  • Headline Claim On Website: Make $500 to $1000 Today!
  • Product Type: Affiliate marketing 
  • Who Is This For? People trying to earn money online
  • Price At Time Of This Review: Free to join
  • Upsells: Completing offers will cost you money.
  • Red Flags: Absolutely. Read below.
  • Do I Recommend This? NO.  My #1 Recommendation for creating a sustainable online income.

How Swag Pay Actually Works

SwagPay works exactly like Money Chaser, PaidLeaf, Clout Pay, Money Rewards, ​Notion Cash, KashTreeRainMoneyCloutShareCloutBucks, CashOG, Paid 4 Clout, ReferralPay, and others Shady GPT sites.

They claim you can earn:

  • $25 for signing up
  • $10-$15 for inviting others
  • $30 for completing offers
  • $50 for YouTube video promoting SwagPay
  • $50 for an Instagram post
  • $10 for a Tweet
  • $10 for a Facebook post

What they don’t tell you:

  • How much money you must make to cash out.
  • What other requirements you need to meet to cash out.
  • You must complete offers and spend money on Third-party websites.
  • You will never get paid because they will give you a run-around and keep saying you need to do this or that.

Everyone I’ve seen online says they get the same message when trying to cash out. I’m paraphrasing here but it something like this “Your account has been terminated due to fraudulent activity”.

Simply put even if you play by the rules they will close your account after you spend money on their third-party offers and try to cash out.

account closed

Is Swag Pay A Scam Or Legit?

I think it’s safe to say that’s Swag Pay is definitely not legit. It’s a carbon copy clone of many other websites that do the same thing and are known scams.

They claim they been in business five years or wait is it seven years? A quick look at WHOIS database says they were started in June 2019. Clearly this is a big red flag.

whois SwagPay

Here’s a video from a user. She says she never got paid.

Swag Pay Conclusion 

First, I must compliment you for taking the time researching the legitimacy of any website, program or business.
It is important to review a program before buying it or wasting your time because there are so many scams online!

I hope this Swag Pay review will save you some time and money! Overall I would have to say, stay away and don’t waste your time and money on SwagPay.

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Mitchell · September 11, 2019 at 8:05 pm

Really loving this post/review on Swag-Pay! this is actually the first affiliate related website I come across which caught my intention. very structured and easy to read.

a lot sounds familiar as I have searched for ways to make money online too and you come across so much garbage.

Great job on helping people and ultimately avoiding them to waste any money on these worthless programs out there

    Greg · September 12, 2019 at 1:09 am

    Thanks, Mitchell.

grea8J · September 11, 2019 at 5:12 pm

Smiles. It’s actually funny how they give a person a run-round to do this or that. Too many tasks, if you asked me, but to make $500 to $1000 a day is a great dream for anyone. Good to be aware of all these scam sites. Thanks, Greg, for the review.

    Greg · September 11, 2019 at 6:37 pm

    You’re welcome.

Tracy · September 11, 2019 at 4:59 pm

I just needed someone to confirm to me my suspicions about this swag pay. 

Immediately I came across the $500 per day bogus claims, I know definitely there’s more to this platform. The signup and referral bonus is simply funny to know of though.

Thanks for uncovering this much information on them. They are even a clone of other scam oriented websites too. I’m really glad I came across this post before joining this kind of platform. Thanks

John · September 11, 2019 at 4:59 pm

Many times I have seen platforms like this one that comes with their claims, they are not true.

I like that your post is straightforward and point. Swag pay is not legit and the truth is that making money online is not an easy task at all. One will have to work hard and take in some strategies. 

Platforms like swag pay only try to play on people’s emotions, that in my opinion is not a good thing to do. This is a valuable review that I must share so tell people of this scams.

    Greg · September 11, 2019 at 6:40 pm

    Thanks, John

Scott Hinkle · September 11, 2019 at 4:59 pm


     Thank you for this informative post.  I had not heard of SwagPay until today but, based on your review, I plan to pass this “opportunity” by.

I’ve seen red flags before but to close your account due to fraudulent activity when you try to cash out is just reprehensible.  That’s as shady as it gets.

Even if that wasn’t the case, the fact that you need to go to 3rd party sites and spend money, it’s just a game they’re playing with you, all in under the pretense of helping you earn money online.

Again thank you for this.  I think your recommendation of Wealthy Affiliate is a true opportunity.


    Greg · September 11, 2019 at 6:41 pm

    Thanks, Scott.

Dr. Baker · September 11, 2019 at 4:57 pm

Hello and thank you for this informative review. 

I was looking for reviews on Swag Pay and I am so glad that I ran across yours.

They sure are deceiving on their marketing. Why would anyone want to join a program where you have to spend money on other 3rd party sites. In addition, you pointed out that you have to have a certain amount of money earned in order to cash out. What a scam! 

Thank you for saving my $$$! 

I will definitely look into the other program that you recommended. Very informative read!

    Greg · September 11, 2019 at 6:42 pm

    Thanks, Dr. Baker.

Chris · September 11, 2019 at 4:56 pm

To be honest, any program that offers this sort of money is not worth looking at – 99.9% of internet users know this these days, which makes it kinda strange that the people behind this site opted to start it off in the first place!

Even my 85 year old aunt knows that these high paying sites are scams – why do they still bother with this model of scam?

Oh well…

    Greg · September 11, 2019 at 6:43 pm

    Thanks for your thoughts, Chris.

RoDarrick · September 11, 2019 at 4:55 pm

Swag pay is just another illegitimate platform that aims to lure people into the system by offering the amount they know they will never payout to anyone. 

They only use all these simple tricks to excite people to bring more people to join. One thing I hate most about them is the tendency of them to sell our private details. I will definitely share this out to more people on social media to get them sensitized.

Henderson · September 11, 2019 at 4:55 pm

This is just like KashTree that I used before and never got paid, they just give lies and claims. 

The money I got for registering they never paid, then they said I would have to pay to make money. I knew instantly that it was only but a scam. Thank God you can do this review to warn people off. 

Swag pay is really a scam because any platform that says you can make an amount per day and you actually can’t is nothing but a scam.

    Greg · September 11, 2019 at 6:46 pm

    Yeah, there is a lot of these sites popping up theses days.

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