Welcome to my SuperPay.Me review.
SuperPay.Me is yet another get-paid-to (GPT) website that enables it’s users to make money by watching videos, completing surveys and various offers and by referring others to the website.
But is SuperPay.Me a scam or a legit website?
If you have read some of my other reviews about GPT websites, you will see that I’m not a big fan of these kinds of websites, primarily because they simply don’t pay much for your time and effort.
I feel that you can just as easily spend the same amount of time and effort and earn hundreds if not thousands of dollars on other opportunities instead of making pennies with a GPT website.
There are much better alternative out there and with that being said, you can check out the step-by-step training that helps me earn over $10,000+ per month working from home.
What is SuperPay.Me?
SuperPay is a get-paid-to (GPT) website that enables people to make money by watching videos, and filling out offers and surveys.
Who uses SuperPay.Me?
The primary users of SuperPay are people who are wanting to make some extra money online completing small tasks. The company has over 884,191 members and have paid out over $2,555,708.48 when writing this review.
Many of the GPT websites that I have reviewed are mainly focused on people who reside in the United States, however, SuperPay is available worldwide, which is refreshing.
Having said that, the number of offers and surveys you will be illegible to take part in is dependent on the country you reside in. Some surveys and offers are more focused on people who live in the United States, so it can be a little frustrating for people outside of the UK and US.
You must be over the age of 18 to participate on the website.
How To Join SuperPay.Me
To sign up to SuperPay.Me is a fairly simple process where they ask for your first name, last name, email etc, but they also ask for your home address and country and also your email address used for your preferred payment method.
The number of offers and surveys you receive is largely dependent on the country you reside in.
The largest number of offers usually come from the United States, as there are a lot of US companies who are wanting information from their consumers.
I have seen a number of folk fudging their address (because they live outside the US), to get as many offers and surveys as they can, in an effort to make more money. And I have also seen those same people complain about not being paid because SuperPay.Me matched up there IP to a different country.
So, it’s important to enter in your correct details.
In March 2019, a SuperPay.Me app was launched on the Android play store that allows members to earn money on their mobile devices.
This is just another way for SuperPay.Me to make it easy for it’s members to make money and to check on their account status.
Having looked at the app, it appears to be so new that no one is using it yet.
And the app is so new that there’s currently no reviews or posts on it.
How Does SuperPay.Me Work?
Once you sign up with SuperPay.Me, you will be able to start making money. But, don’t get too excited because the amount of money you make for the tasks you complete might be a little disappointing.
In order to make money using SuperPay.Me you have to complete a series of tasks to earn points.
Each point is equivalent to $0.01 cent, so earning 500 point is equivalent to $5.
You accumulate these points by completing various tasks, like watching videos, filling out offers and surveys.
Each task will have a set number of points associated to it and will be credited to your account upon completion of the task.
You can exchange these points for money or gift cards once you reach the minimum threshold, which is $1 or 100 points.
This is quite a low threshold for a GPT website and means that you will be able to cash out much sooner than with other GPT websites.
How Do You Make Money With SuperPay.Me
As mentioned above, the majority of your time will be focused on completing various tasks, however, you can also earn by referring people to SuperPay.Me.
For each person you refer to the company you will earn 25% of anything they earn.
This is probably the best way for you to earn money with a GPT website in my opinion, because it allows you to earn money passively, that is, if you’re good at referring people to the website.
This is also something that most people will struggle with.
Apart from that, you will also get a sign up bonus of $0.20 cents.
It’s not the biggest sign up fee I’ve seen online, but, they do have a very low pay out threshold which sort of makes up for the fact.
The sign up bonus means you will already have earned a 5th of the threshold cash out amount before you start completing tasks.
Inboxdollars is another GPT website that offers a much higher signing bonus of $5, BUT, their minimum payout threshold is $30.
If you do the calculations, you will find that you will have a 6th of the amount of money needed to meet the minimum threshold requirment. Making the bonus payout in SuperPay.Me a better bonus.
SuperPay.Me Promo Code
The company offers promo codes to its members from time to time and will publish these codes on their social media accounts including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
These codes allow you to earn bonuses which are around $0.20 cents and usually only takes you around 10 seconds to complete.
They don’t tend to place these codes on there accounts often, so don’t expect to be making a lot from them, but it is a good way for them to increase their social media account following.
How Do You Get Paid With Superpay.Me?
There are several payout methods SuperPay.Me uses to payout it’s members. However, just be aware that a processing fee will be deducted from any amount you decide to cash out.
While, it is not unusual for GPT websites to deduct processing fees, it can be a little annoying, given it can take a lot of time to accumulate enough points to cash out.
Here are a list of the various ways in which you can get paid from SuperPay.Me.
Paypal – All payments are sent within 24 hours. However over 90% of verified paypal payments are issued in less than 8 hours.
Skrill – All verified payments are issued within 24 hours. However on most occasions, the payment time will be under 8 hours.
Bitcoin – Verified payments are typically issued within 8 hours, although you should allow up to 24 hours for them to be processed.
Amazon Gift Cards – You can exchange points for Amazon Gift Cards. These are issued in multiples of $5.00 (500 points). Gift cards are issued within 24 hours via email.
Tango Gift Cards – Requests can be made in multiples of $10 (1000 points) and these will be issued within 24 hours.
There is a 2% fee for the amount you withdraw to cover SuperPay’s payment processor fees from paypal, and skrill. Payza is currently 3%, and bitcoin is 10%.
Superpay.Me Payment Proof
SuperPay has a payment proof page on their website that supposedly shows you “real-time” payments being made out to users. I say supposedly because I couldn’t verify if this is a made up page or real payments.
They also have a running tally of users who are completing tasks and being rewarded in points or cash in the sidebar of their website.
Once again I’m not totally sure if this is just a way to get people to sign up or if it is a legit running tally of users making money.
In any case, while you can see the amounts being earned and paid out, you don’t know the amount of time and effort it took to earn that.
What are people saying about SuperPay.Me?
From what I have seen on the Internet, some feedback suggest that they have issues around making payments to people for whatever reason.
And this doesn’t appear to be an isolated event.
Conversely, there are people who are happy with SuperPay.
Another thing that keeps coming up with all survey websites, not just SuperPay, is that you can spend a lot of time trying to qualify for surveys, only to not be illegible to take the survey.
What I Like about SuperPay.Me
- I like the fact that they have a very low payout threshold, this means that you will be able to cash out much sooner than other GPT websites.
- I like the fact that they have many different ways of getting paid including Paypal, Skrill, Bitcoin and Gift Cards.
- I like that they have a number of different ways for you to earn money.
- I like the fact that for every point you earn you will earn the equivalent in cents. Some GPT website will have to earn fraction of a cents to complete tasks.
What I Don’t Like about SuperPay.Me
- I don’t like the fact that they deduct payment fees from the money you earn.
- While the website allows people to join from around the world, the number of offers and surveys that are applicable for you to take part in may be somewhat limited by the country you reside in. Obviously, there will be more of these tasks available for US members as most companies who pay for surveys are US companies.
Do I Recommend SuperPay.Me?
While, I’m not a big fan of GPT websites, this particular website seems to be okay. Yes, they do have their fair share of negative feedback from users, but, what GPT website doesn’t.
Like all GPT website you will be spending a lot of time and effort doing really boring and mundane tasks for little reward.
I know that some folk are happy earning money through GPT websites, and if you’re one of them, then, no problems here, but there are much better ways to make (a lot more) money for the same amount of time and effort you put into these GPT websites.
The biggest problems I see with GPT websites, other than the fact that they’re low paying, is that if you don’t spend anytime completing tasks then you won’t make any money.
I know that’s not a revelation, but there are money making opportunities that will continue to pay you for the effort you have previously put in, regardless of whether you work or not.
If you’re interesting in understand what this business is then I recommend reading this review.
As always, I would love to get your feedback on SuperPay.Me both good or bad. Just leave me a comment in the comment section below.
Thanks for reading.
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