EazyDollars Scam Review

Updated: July 19, 2019
by Ray Alexander

EazyDollars.co, or Eazy Dollars is a new scam site but created by the same people who are looking to make money from selling your personal information. First of all, you've done a good job trying to find out the integrity of EazyDollars, searched and arrived at this site. It was absolutely the right thing to do because here in my EazyDollars review, I can show you how these serial offenders have been deceiving innocent users to make money for nobody else but only for themselves.

EazyDollars Review

Product Name:

Eazy Dollars

Website URL:



Data harvesting scam


Eazy Dollars, Pty (fake name)





EazyDollars and other scams offer users a lot of money for barely doing a task. $25 just for signing up, $2 just for sharing a link on the social network each time, $10 each time someone you referred to signs up. Plus $10-30 each time you take a survey or try out a new app.

New users who've never seen one of these would be ecstatic to see their EazyDollars account balance increase very quickly. The easiest $50 in the first 1/2 hour.

Except that the "money" can never be cashed.

Nope, you'll never get your money. Here's what has always happened to the users;

  1. When you reach the requirements for their first cashout, you can send a payment request at a click of a button...which will be simply ignored.
  2. You would wait for days - nothing would happen.
  3. You can reach them by email or Skype, but they'll either simply ignore your message, or they'll ask you to wait for X more weeks ("for technical reasons", etc.)
  4. You complain to them by email, and they'll block your access to your EazyDollars account.
  5. You complain to them via Twitter, and you'll be blocked.
  6. They'll shut down the whole EazyDollars site.
EazyDollars Review

Why Are They Doing This?

They team up with illegitimate advertising agencies to collect your personal data. The ads that you see in the "Task Wall" - ALL of them - are fake. Answer a survey and win a Samsung Galaxy, win a $100 McDonald voucher, test an app to win a $1,000 Walmart gift card... If you click to enter one of these prize competitions, before you even start anything, they will ask your full name, email address, birthday, street address, phone number, all of which will be sold to third-party companies.

You can probably guess from the survey content - they may ask you if you've bought more than one book in the past month, for example. If you answer yes, they consider you enjoy reading, so they can sell your data to book publishers.

Some are even associated with companies who sell sexually explicit contents. When a survey has asked you if you are a male or female and gay or straight, you'll likely to receive adult-only ads via email (though they might go straight to your spam folder).

Task Wall

They Won't Pay You, Because They Don't Have Money

So why EazyDollars won't pay you? Well, there are two simple reasons. One is because they're a scammer. It's okay for them to steal innocent people's personal information and waste so much time of theirs. They don't care. (And I can confirm they're going to hell.)

The other reason is, that they don't have money. You see, EazyDollars is just an affiliate, they're not producing/selling products or offering services. They're not making enough money. Okay, this is what's happening with the "task wall", the screenshot above;

  1. The buttons that say "Earn $10" is just their affiliate link. If you click one, you'll be directed to a fake survey/prize draw company's site.
  2. If you give out your personal data to this fake prize draw company and complete the task, the company will pay EazyDollars a small amount of commission (usually $1-$1.50 per task.)
  3. Now EazyDollars promises to pay $10 each time your complete a task - how can they pay $10 when all they make is only $1.50?

They Prey On YOU!

You might think, there may be, may be some loopholes on the internet where some companies can get in and get some extra money. Or these companies may be so wealthy because they may take big excess bucks from advertising or whatever, so they can share their profits with people randomly, just like throwing trash out?

If you've been tricked by EazyDollars or any similar scams, that's because you're not understanding this area. And these scams prey on people EXACTLY like you. People who are unclear about online businesses and people who keep dreaming, "It may be possible. There must be a system to get rich so quick without doing much work..." They are the scammers' easy-to-fool, the perfect target.

If you stop for just a little bit and think about how businesses in this world work, then you know that the scammers such as EazyDollars are offering something that's impossible.

Nobody Gives Out "Cash"

Has anyone, any shop or company ever, given you some cash - by posting a check to you or transferring money to your bank account for doing barely nothing?

Amazon, Google, eBay, your local supermarket... Starbucks... Have any of them ever sent you CASH for signing up with them? Of course, they never do. They might give you a cashback or a gift card, so that they make sure the "free money" they've given to you can only be spent on them.

Why would EazyDollars, or anyone, give out $25 cash randomly to anybody who signs up?

It would only make sense if EazyDollars was an online store, and this $25 was to be deducted from your first purchase. But you know that's not the case. Even if they had so much money to spare, giving out $25 just for signing up rather than making a charitable donation to appropriate organizations, would be an unethical practice. I'm sure you'd agree with me.

Fake Company

EazyDollars Address

EazyDollars claims that the company address is Elsdenstraat 142, Amsterdam, Netherlands. But if you look at the Google Map, you'll see this particular street is situated at a sad end of a residential area in beautiful Amsterdam. There is no number as high as 142. It's fake.

These people have used various fake addresses all over the world in other scam platforms, Clout Pay, Viral Pay, Notion Cash, Money Rewards, DoWeeklyJob, etc. 

(Real Time) Affiliate Income Report Last Month
November 2023: $8,050.00

Fake Proof and Policy Pages

The payment proofs are obviously fake - easily collage-able using a photo editor. They've hired some video-spokespeople from Fiverr.com, paying them $5-10 each to make fake testimonials in the past. But now it looks like they're saving money in that area.

You can easily create a "payment notification", create a fake Twitter account, using a royalty-free face image and take a screenshot - it's fake and free.

EazyDollars Payment Proof

Instead, it has added a separate "fraud policy" page to the legal disclaimers, in order to make it look like a legitimate organization, as if to say they don't tolerate fraudulent activities - repeatedly clicking your own link, using VPN, clicking your own referral link, adding fake referrals, etc. None of which is valid since EasyDollars itself is involved with unlawful, data harvesting activities.

Viral Dollars

Again, they don't care about that so much either, because they've copied the fraud policy document from Viral Dollars, which is now redirected to Referral Pay, but they forgot to replace the name with EazyDollars.

EazyDollars Pros and Cons


No Pros! Really, there's absolutely no benefit in getting involved with it.


  • The site is used to collect users' personal data and to sell it to illegitimate advertisers (spammers).
  • False claim to pay money to the users.
  • Fake company information, fake proof and fake legal disclaimers.

EazyDollars Review: Conclusion

Just as almost everything that's said in this site is spectacularly untrue. I see many existing users upset, some of them planning to track the scammer down and sue them to "take revenge". I personally think it's a waste of time. If it wasn't them, it'd be someone else. We cannot eliminate scammers.

My advice is, now you know who they are and what they do, the best you can do first is to move on and ignore them. Instead, you can opt to make money legitimately using a niche affiliate marketing business model. It allows you to promote products that you love to use, it allows you to enjoy, and make money out of something that you're proud of. You need to put a little more effort, but that's what it is to work online. Remember, there's no such thing as an "instant payout" or "easy money".

If you're interested in creating up to 50 websites (though you won't need that many - one or two will do) and learn how to receive passive income in years to come, join me from here, I can take you through!

About the author 

Ray Alexander

ASD. Recovering alcoholic. LGBTQ+ advocate. Semi-retired. 15+ years of web-designing experience. 10+ years affiliate marketing. Ex-accountant. I'm nice and real. Ask me if you need any help in starting up your home business.

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  1. They routinely over promise and under deliver on their promises. Poor performance these are all signs of a scam scheme. Don’t fall a victim like I did.

  2. Wow thanks for the info I unfortunately did this and it sucks cause I was really looking forward for the extra income we r really having a bad time and just needed some money but thanks for clearing up why I haven’t gotten my money.

    1. Hi Bianca, thanks for your comment. Sorry to hear that you’ve had to waste your time that way, but you know now if it sounds too good to be true, it most definitely is. It’s not gonna happen again. I wish you all the best!

  3. Also I receive funny text an phonecalls. I’v e never seen this app myself only my children. But they say they don’t know now.

  4. I’m sick n tired with this thing. my 2 children told me about referal bucks app then one of them was only 13 yrs old. Before I knew it I started getting emails, ended up getting 5 gran bill for digital camera the we never even bought. THEY ARE SCAMS! I don’t know what to do with this maybe call the police. whats your advice ?

    1. Hi Maria, thanks for your comments. Best to ignore them, ignore your ‘digital camera’ email because that’s bogus, and don’t click the links! No point calling the police, they haven’t stolen anything from you. Your phone – I don’t think there’s much you can do except to ignore then block any unidentified callers.

  5. Hi Ray, thank you for the helpful review. I have seen the same scammer over and over again from your site and I know exactly what you mean by staying away from them now.
    You will never be able to beat them and eliminate them. Just like it’s not up to you to eliminate thieves and criminals in the world. All you can do is to stay right away and become successful in your own right. Whatever others do.
    Nobody should believe that there is a way to make money so easily. I agree with you that businesses never work this way. If you have half a brain you should know.
    Thank you for the great post.

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