Questofday.com was brought to my attention by a visitor on this website. They weren’t sure of this sites legality so they asked me to look into it. Upon first inspection, I knew I had come across this website before. In fact, I have come across several of these sites in fact.
So, is QuestofDay.com a scam? Let’s find out!
Name: Quest of Day
Website URL: www.questofday.com
Advertised Price: Free
Overall Rating: 0 Points Out of 100
Final Verdict: Scam!
Quest of Day is a website that is specifically designed to “help you make money online taking surveys.” This website makes the bold claim that you can make at least $14 for every survey that you complete, up to $150 for referring as many as 10 people, and earn at least $1,500 a week.
As great as this may sound, I wouldn’t fall for it. The problem with this website is that while you can easily make as much money as they claim in fake money, you will never actually get paid for your efforts.
Pros Vs. Cons
- This is a very good opportunity to promote
- It is incredibly easy to sign up for
- You don’t have to worry about upfront costs
- A little training provided
- “Surveys” aren’t really surveys. They are videos.
- You Won’t Get Paid!!!
Who Is This Program For?
This program is primarily targeted to those who are struggling financially and who are looking for a way to make a quick buck online with very minimal effort involved. You will typically find this site being advertised on Craigslist, Indeed or Backpage.com
How Do I Know This Website Is A Scam?
There are many different reasons that I know this website is a scam.
1. The Surveys Are Not Actually Surveys
When you first take your first “survey” you are asked to watch a video and then answer a few questions about it. While that may seem like a survey to you, let’s actually take a look at these videos.
All of the videos listed as surveys on this website come from this YouTube Channel. Now you would think that if this were a legit advertising company or legit survey company, there would have more subscribers than 55 and actually have a professional Banner made for their channel.
At some point, these videos were all monetized so the creator of this site would earn money by having viewers watch the videos and have ads displayed on the videos. Right now there are no Google AdSense ads on these videos, indicating to me that at some point or another, these videos were flagged and the YouTube account was unable to monetize them.
2. Grammatical Errors Everywhere!
If you take a look on the actual FAQ page of this site, one of the things that you will notice is that it is pumped full of grammatical errors. There are many sentences throughout that just doesn’t make sense!
If this were a legit survey company, they would at least take the time to go through their pages and correct all of the grammatical errors throughout. Grammatical errors are usually the first indication of a scam according to Scam Advisor and according to the IC3 website which is a part of the FBI to track online scams.
3. Looks Identical To Other Known Scam Sites
When you go through this site, you will begin to see that it looks identical to other known scam sites like this. The first one that jumped into my head was Survey Major. If you have never heard of Survey major, check it out here.
When you place these two website side by side you will see that they are almost 100% identical. The problem is Survey Major is a known scam site where hundreds of affiliate have yet to be paid any of the money they have earned. If Survey Major didn’t pay their affiliates, who is to say that Questofday.com will?
4. The Math Doesn’t Add Up
If you look at the top of the page for Questofday.com, you will see that the website has claimed to have paid out over $3, 130, 500. However, when doing the math you will easily see that if that number is correct the registered 9,466 users did not make anywhere near the $1137 as claimed in the latest news box.
Just divided $3, 130, 500 by 9,466 and you will end up with $330…
Again, I knew this website was a scam the moment I laid eyes on it. It looks too similar to Survey Major and since I have received complaints from numerous people about that one in regards to not getting paid, I know that Questofday.com will be the same. From the dozens of grammatical errors littered throughout the site to the actual surveys themselves, this site just screams scam.
If I were you I would just stay away from it and save my time and energy. Devote yourself to a program that will actually pay you instead of one that will scam you in the long run.
Have you fallen prey to the Questofday.com scam? If so, I would love to hear from you! Just drop me a comment below!