ThePayPay Review

ThePayPay.com (original site name was: TheInviteClub.com)Layout of advertisement and committed membership qualifications are exact same, just the members got cut off and never paid out! One account made them about $7,895.00US and all of a sudden, magically, their website name changed from TheInviteClub.com to ThePayPay.com, and never delivered the payout to its members!!Their scam tops it off with confirmation once you hit a certain amount (usually $300US), you will be asked via survey captcha (which never accepts any of your completed forms btw), and apparently you can get paid out. NOT! All it is is to take your personal information and sell it on the black market.Beware!! ThePayPay.com IS NOT LEGIT AND IS A SCAM 150%!!!!!

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