This review is going to be about a site called Fort Ad Pays. What is the FortAdPays.com site all about? Is it a scam or a legit opportunity for you? It is a revenue sharing site. Is it the best option for someone wanting to participate in a rev share program? These are some of the questions this review going to cover. Ok, here we go!
Product: Fort Ad Pays
Owner: Pedro Fort, EA Fort Group (Costa Rica)
Price: $0 FREE to join
Who is it for: People who want to participate in a revenue sharing program
What is FortAdPays.com about?
The Fort Ad Pays website is just another of those very popular revenue sharing programs online. You “invest” or more correct buy a sharing position, click on some ads (in this case a minimum of 4 a day) and you are part of the revenue share the next day. It is important to mention that this kind of revenue sharing programs always involves a risk, most of them actually don´t last for more than a couple of months.
How Much Does It Cost To Buy Sharing Positions?
To buy ad packs (sharing positions) don´t need to cost much at all. But if you plan to make a little more money than just some coins you should of course not only invest $5 you will need to invest a whole lot more than that.
With Fort Ad Pays in particular, you can buy ad packs for as low as $1 each. When the pack matures you have made a 100% win, this doesn´t happen over night it depends on how many new members are joining and put money into the program. Normally this process will take about a month.
How Does It Work?
The outcome of a revenue sharing program is pretty much impossible to predict. You can´t know exactly how long it will take for you to get your invested money + the earnings back, or if you even get them back.
Most of the times it is wise to start with a relatively new one, when people still are joining. Because that is how it works, if many people join and put money into the program you will continue to get paid.
The fact that Fort Ad Pays have been around since November 11 (2014) makes it one of the “oldest” revenue sharing programs out there. This can be seen as both a good or bad sign, the bad sign is of course that when the program starts to “die out” or more exactly “dry out of money” the members are also NOT going to be able to get paid anymore. You might be better of trying a “younger” revenue sharing program that are gaining many members every day, like Eden Traffic for example.
How you make money in pretty much all revenue sharing sites is by buying ad packs and then click on a small amount of ads every day to participate in the revenue share the next day. Fort Ad Pays is no different, you will need to click on 4 ads daily to participate in the rev share the next day.
You will make money EVERYDAY like this for as long as there are new members joining and also do the same as you, putting money into the “rev share pool”. This goes for any similar rev share program.
This is also what makes it a risk, because if you have a lot of money in the pool when this happens you will also lose it all.
Is Fort Ad Pays A Scam?
Is this a scam? No this is legal and a legit way to make money but as I have mentioned above it is a big risk also. It would be illegal if it was not for the advertisement service that you buy when purchasing ad packs. The additional earnings on top of the ads is what makes it legit.
Why You Should/Should Not Try This
First of all (and most important) DO NOT invest money you cannot afford to lose, even if the website claims that your earnings are “stable” to a hundred percent that´s not the case in reality.
Or it is actually stable… until it is not stable anymore.
So as long as you know what you are getting yourself into, go ahead! But it might be wise to make withdrawals every once in a while and not invest all of your earnings, to buy more, (and also more expensive) ad packs.
You probably going to witness yourself when the program gets “older” that the earnings start to slow down. When not so many members join anymore it is time to leave and (try) to cash out everything. Therefore, if you want to participate in a revenue sharing program a good idea might be to look for one that is a little younger. AND FASTER.
Also, if you are ready to try this a good idea would be to start with a pretty big amount of startup investment, at least if you want to make any substantial income from it.
Final Words and Verdict:
Overall rating: 5/10
This is legit even if I want to call it a scam I cannot. It is absolutely nothing that I recommend (unless you already got money and want to make more of it). In the end, this is not a way to replace your job and eventually the program will dry out.
There are actually people making a killing within revenue sharing programs but they always invest a lot of money into it and (in most cases) they also recruit other people to the program, that way they will get paid extra money from the program.
It is a fact that this is getting more and more popular and it is easy to see why, I cannot think of any easier way to make money online. You don´t have to put in any work, just click a few ads everyday and you are done.
Just remember the risks involved if you are going to do it but I have to say again that I don´t