100 Reasons You Should Stay Away From SaySo4Profit!

SaySo4Profit Rating


I honestly see no reason to join SaySo4Profit. It is not completely clear what it offers before you join but it is just promotional offers you get and no ways to earn on the platform itself.

Is Sayso4profit a scam, or what is the reason that the headline says there are 100 reasons to stay away from it?

In this Sayso4profit review, I will tell you all about this and go into all the details, so you will be able to judge for yourself, and see if it is a site that is worth it for you or not.

There are definitely some things you should know about the site before spending any time on it, so stick around – it will potentially save you time and headache in the long run.

What is Sayso4profit and what does the site offer?

When you first come to Sayso4profit’s website, it looks like any normal survey site, where you can join and the get paid to take surveys. It clearly says on the front page “Take surveys. Get Paid”. It does however also say that you can make $25-$75 per survey, and I have done so many surveys by now that I know that you will very rarely find any surveys that will make you $75, and sites usually do not dare advertise about this as a normal thing, as that would give members too high expectations. That made me a bit suspicious.

But I gave Sayso4profit the benefit of the doubt and decided to join to test it – it however quickly disappointed me in so many ways as it is actually offering something completely else, and I quickly realized that it is nothing like the top survey sites.

I have created a video that will show you what the site offers. You can also instead read all the details below the video, and find more details here:

Here is what Sayso4profit really offers:

Feature 1 – Long sign up process full of spam:

The sign up process is quite unusual compared to any other survey site. First of all, you do not have to make a password when you join. Just your email. That in itself does not make it a bad site, but it is strange when it advertises itself as a paid survey site, you can join.

I however quickly realized the reason for this. The main goal of the site does not seem to be to actually give you access to paid surveys, but more to get you to click spam links that I assume the owners make money from.

As soon as you have submitted your email, you get to a screen that says it is step 1 out of 7, and after that, you will get access to the members area. It is normal to have to go through a few steps to sign up, but this was nothing like what I have seen on any other site.

sayso4profit signup process
Step 1 of a long signup process.

The steps had nothing to do with matching you with surveys. It is just “offers” from partners. I do not as such mind offers from partners, if it is good offers. But here you have to go through 7 pages of offers that you are encouraged to sign up for.

The tragic or almost funny thing is that none of the links on these offers took me to the offer that was advertised. It instead took me to spam pop-ups that was giving these “you are a winner” statement that claimed I had won several thousand dollars or similar. Or to a pop-up saying that my computer had been infected, and I should quickly click to have it fixed etc. – all these are well-known tricks to get people to click without thinking to get your information.

sayso4profit spam popup
Example of one of the spam sites you are sent to.

So out of a 7 pages long sign-up process to get access to the member area, I did not find one single offer that had an offer that did not lead to spam. That is the longest and most annoying sign-up process I have ever tried for a survey site. But what did I then find, when I finally came to the member area?

Feature 2 – Legit list but spam links:

One could hope that the member area would then have a lot of good surveys. My expectations were of course not high after the sign-up process, and the site fully lived up to me low expectations.

First of all, Sayso4profit is NOT offering any paid surveys. It is just offering a list of paid survey sites and in that way it is a bit similar to PanelPlace. That is of course also fine, but I just dislike when a site advertise it is a survey site and then only provide a list that is not even very great. I must admit that most of the survey sites on the list are legit sites, so at least that is good.

But when clicking a link to a survey on the list – voila, and again you are sent to one of the annoying spam pop-ups or spam websites and not the survey site. I tried clicking all the links on the site just to test, and I did not find one single link that took me to an actual survey site.

Very annoying and misleading, and you might be wondering why the owners would even make a site with only this kind of links. The reason is that you can get paid to send traffic to this kind of spam pop-ups, so my guess is that it is a way to try to make money by sending traffic.

Feature 3 – No valuable information:

Sayso4profit has not even made the effort to provide any useful information about the survey sites that are listed. There is a bit of information, but it is all just very basic info that can be found on the front page of the survey sites.

So you should also not expect to get any amazing and helpful insights about the different survey sites by joining.

Feature 4 – “Community” Facebook page to promote its own poor offers:

On Sayso4profit, there is also a community page. It is actually just a link to a Facebook group about paid surveys.

When you first join this group, there is a long list of rules about what you can and cannot do. That is very normal for a Facebook group. The funny thing is that bullet 2 in the rules is “Do Not Post Hoax Links”. A bit ironic when the admin of the group use the group to promote Sayso4profit, which is full of this kind of links.

sayso4profit facebook group rules
Sayso4profit facebook group rules – a bit ironic.

The group has some activity, but it is mainly people trying to promote sites or offers they get paid to promote. So not really a group worth joining in my opinion, as you cannot expect any legit advice.

As you can see, I am not impressed by the options Sayso4profit offers. But let’s dig a little deeper to give you all the details.

How do you get paid?

So you might wonder how you will get paid after you join Sayso4profit.

You will actually not get paid on Sayso4profit. You should also not expect to make money from any of the offers you are sent to though the links on the site.

If you look at the list of the survey sites and google them, you can find some of them that are legit and join them. But you cannot join them through the links on Sayso4profit – as mentioned they will not take you to the survey sites.

The list is however not very good, not very long, and it provides no valuable information other than just name of survey sites. So do not expect to make money by joining Sayso4profit. If you want to make money taking surveys, just go directly to the legit sites and sign up and start taking surveys.

Paid surveys can make some nice money on the side, but remember that it is not a way to get rich.

Who can join?

Since Sayso4profit seems to be mostly interested in getting as much traffic as possible to its so-called partner websites and pop-ups, anyone can join.

So you can join no matter where in the world you live, but no matter where you live, you should not expect to find any good info or money making opportunities there.

Most of the sites that are mentioned on the survey site list are however for the US or for English-speaking countries. Not that it matters too much as the links will never take you all the way to the sites anyway:-)

Does SaySo4Profit have any positive sides?

sayso4profit positive sides

As you can see, I am not a big fan of SaySo4Profit. To be fair I have tried to think, if there are any positive things to say about the site.

It was not easy, but I still want to mention a couple of things. At least SaySo4Profit does not charge a fee to join as the outright survey scams does. Further, most of the survey sites mentioned on the site are actually good and legit sites.

But in my opinion these are not really positives, but more something that should be obvious and natural on any survey site.

So is Sayso4profit a scam or what´s with the 100 reasons?

100 reasons not to join

Now you have a good understanding of my experience with Sayso4profit, so let´s get back to the headline of this review.

Is it a scam? That really depends on how you define a scam. I would not as such say it is a scam. It is free to join, so you will not lose any money. In my opinion, it is however an unethical site, and I really dislike sites that try to get people to join by implying that they offer something they do not.

So the 100 reasons I mention not to join refer to the huge amount of spam links and poor experiences, I have had with Sayso4profit. It is not that I have counted and that it was exactly 100 – it is a way of saying that there are so many spam links and no good reasons to join.

Therefore, I would recommend you to spend your time on other sites instead – In my experience, Sayso4profit will not give you any earnings but just a lot of spam links.

If you have any comments, questions or have any experiences with Sayso4profit yourself, feel free to drop a line below.

4 thoughts on “100 Reasons You Should Stay Away From SaySo4Profit!”

  1. How do I get them to stop emailing me? I try and unsubscribe, but it shows a malware, suspicious sight that I don’t want to bet on, I’m afraid it’s going to give my phone a virus and this seems to be the only way to unsubscribe?

    I feel trapped, very trapped and my email box is filling as we speak. UGH!!! How can I rid these pests? PLEASE HELP??

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    • Sorry to hear that Ellen.

      Does not sound good that the unsubscribe option gives you a warning. I would instead suggest you to block their email address – most email programs/services have the option to block a sender, which will stop their emails from ever reaching your inbox.

      Hope this helps and you get the emails stopped.

      All the best,
      Mikael

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  2. I feel lucky, I was looking into SaySo4Profit when i came across your site.
    After reading you review of them here I have decided to steer clear.
    The idea that they just give you a list of places to get surveys is BS. I can find those on my own!
    Do you have other survey recommendations, or ways to earn money online?
    I am interested in building a second income to help with retirement.
    Thanks
    Brendon

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