lommoney.xyz (+116 similar websites)
Is Lommoney Fake or Real?
Why is Lommoney Fake?
Lommoney is a website that claims to pay users for watching videos. The website makes tall promises that users who sign up on the platform can earn up to $300 per day by just working part-time, plus extra in the form of referral bonuses. Firstly, paying users to watch videos is a form of fraud called click fraud. Secondly, the kind of money being promised for menial work is extremely unrealistic. The site also looks similar to sites in the Xopmoney scam network which I have written about previously.
A domain name lookup of the website shows that it was registered on 17th November 2021. The registrant’s details such as name, location and contact information have been hidden using a paid service. Therefore, it is a new website that is being operated anonymously.
Similar to Xopmoney, I found that Lommoney is just one website among a large number of identical websites. All these websites are clones with the only difference being the website URL. The website content is clearly fake as even the Support page is exactly the same on all sites. I found that there are at least 116 identical sites, all of which are scams. The list of sites is given at the end of the article.
There is also a section on the home page that is supposed to depict successful payouts. However, the payment proof is undoubtedly fake too as the same list is present on all the sites.
Lommoney was pretty much confirmed to be a scam when signed up and tried using the platform. The activity through which you ‘earn’ is not even video watching, rather it is captcha solving. There is also a $200 minimum withdrawal threshold, which means that you will have to solve 952 captchas (at 21¢ per captcha) before you are even eligible for a withdrawal.
Lommoney does not provide any company information or contact details. There are no social media pages either. I could only find 1 review for it online in which the user has said that Lommoney is a scam as it required 40 mandatory referrals before a payout can be made. Therefore, it seems that Lommoney is a trap to get users to work as a click farm for free.
It is glaringly obvious that Lommoney and the 116 identical sites are all scams. These sites are new – created less than a month back – and are being run anonymously. There is a mandatory requirement to invite referrals and money is supposedly earned through captcha-solving, even though the website says ‘video watching’.
Lommoney’s website is entirely fake as it is one site among a set of at least 117 cloned sites. There is no information about the company running the site, there is no proper contact information and there are no social media pages either.
As users have said in reviews that the site does not actually pay, it likely means that these sites are a ploy to get users to work as a click farm for free. It is advisable to avoid signing up on Lommoney or the 116 cloned websites, as they are scams that will waste hours of your time and never pay.
Remember: If something seems too good to be true, it probably is.
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- Lodge a cybercrime complaint
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- Write a review on websites such as Scamadviser and TrustPilot.
- Block all numbers of the scammers on TrueCaller, mentioning the words Fake, Fraud or Scam in the name.
- If the company has a listing on Google My Business or Google Maps, file a complaint using the Business Redressal Complaint Form. Also, leave a negative review explaining what kind of experience you had.
- Report the scam site to web filtering companies.
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