I’m sure one of your many Facebook “friends” tried to get you to join Osmoney.bid claiming that you can make money by simply joining and sharing your link.
For a website to charge you $0 and still give you a chance to make some money, you really can’t blame anyone for at least giving it a try.
What do I have to lose?
That’s exactly what most of you are thinking and that is why I have put together this Osmoney Bid review.
So before you join this scam thinking you have nothing to lose, let me give you more information on something that you need to avoid at all costs.
Osmoney.bid is a Scam
First of all, if you or anyone you know is out there sharing the link to osmoney.bid, you need to stop immediately.
By trying to make yourself some money out of desperation, you will not only hurt yourself but others who simply just don’t know any better.
The site is designed in a way that will have you thinking that you have nothing to lose but will eventually get something from you if you’re not careful.
So please pay attention to what these scammers have up their sleeves so you can spread the word on something that doesn’t even work.
How Osmoney.bid Works
Now how the overall scheme works is pretty interesting and will have you scratching your head if your’e not careful.
Signing up to Osmoney.bid is free and that is because they don’t want/need any money from you upfront.
It’s what happens behind the scenes that they aim for and can be the result of you losing more than just money.
When you signup to the site you need an email address and a password in order to create your account.
Recruit others and do the simple tasks and voila!
You have money in your account.
All you have to do is link a PayPal account or give some other kind of information and you will have the money you’ve earned in no time.
The only problem here is that you will not make a single penny.
However, there are people that take screenshots of the “money” in their Osmoney.biz account to get others to think that they really made something when they didn’t.
Yes it is in their account but I can promise you that it will never land in their PayPal or any other account they have linked to the site.
Remember the information you used to create your account on the Osmoney site?
They will try to take that same password to match it up with your actual PayPal account from which they will try to transfer money to their account.
If that doesn’t work, they will try to get into other accounts you own and try to take what they can there too.
So before you think that you have nothing to lose, I hope that little piece of information helps you understand what these scammers are trying to accomplish.
What Else To Lookout For
From the get go, I’m sure some of you were already skeptical and that is because there are many reasons for you to be.
The website comes with nothing but poor grammar with the domain name making no sense at all.
Then you have all the bogus earnings that were “paid out”.
Do you really think that you can make $400 a day without paying a single penny?
Unless you’re a big name company, there is no way that a small website is able to pay that much money in even a month’s time, let alone a single day.
You should also note that this is just one of probably thousands of websites that make the same claims, using the same scam strategies.
They use the same website layout and change the domain name once they get exposed.
The owners are operating outside of the US so it is very hard to prosecute anyone and the reason why they are able to create so many scam sites.
Don’t be desperate.
If something seems too good to be true then it most likely is.
That saying holds true even on the internet and it is something you need to use every single time you come across something that claims you will make money.
Making money online is very much possible but I can promise you it isn’t going to come as easy as these guys make it seem.
If you are looking for a free way to do things, you can use sites like Swagbucks that will actually pay you for doing simple tasks.
Other than that, there isn’t a single one that will pay the crazy amounts that Osmoney claims.
I hope you can see the bigger picture now and please do spread the word so others can see what this site is really about.
Thanks for reading and good luck!