- Value for Money
- Training Quality
- Short-Term Earning Potential
- Long-Term Earning Potential
RooLoot claims to pay you for completing tasks and referring others but is really just a malicious data harvesting scam in disguise.
- Dangerous scam.
Opinion Disclaimer: the content in this review is ultimately a reflection of my own opinions and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, anyone, or anything.
|Type:||Data harvesting scam|
|Rating:||< 1 / 5|
|How to Join?||Don’t|
Have you already read the Cashooga review I posted this morning?
Then there’s no need for you to continue with this RooLoot review.
Because RooLoot is just a replica of the Cashooga scam.
If you’re oblivious to the swarm of data harvesting scams that are currently plaguing social media under the guise of legit GPT (‘get paid to’) sites…
Then you’ll want to keep reading.
Because signing up to one of these sites can result in the theft of your personal information.
Image source: RooLoot.co
What is RooLoot?
RooLoot tries to make out that it’s a GPT site.
Apparently offering you $25 for signing up…
In addition to $1 each time someone clicks your unique referral link…
And a further $5 if they go ahead and sign up.
But I can tell you with absolute certainty that this is not how RooLoot really works at all.
Here’s Why RooLoot is so Dangerous
RooLoot is a malicious data harvesting scam.
And it’s especially dangerous because you can sign up for free.
Which disguises the fact that the entire website has been set up to steal your personal information.
So that it can be sold on to marketing companies, spammers, and hackers.
But the dangers don’t end there.
Because in the case of the Lootbits data harvesting/phishing scam…
One user claimed that hacking attempts were made on his Gmail account having entered duplicate information into the Lootbits site:
And the final kick in the teeth?
If you click through from the ‘$20 task wall’…
You’ll see something that looks like this:
In addition to potentially having your details stolen and never getting your hands on that elusive ‘£1,000 Primark Voucher’…
The owners of the scam will also make money off you when you click through and complete a specific task via their CPA affiliate links.
Such as entering your email address or completing an online survey.
Change Your Passwords Now
In light of the previous point…
If you’ve already joined RooLoot…
You should change the passwords on your bank, PayPal, email, and other personal accounts if you have used any of them when signing up to the RooLoot website.
Otherwise you may get hacked.
Is RooLoot a Scam or Legit?
As I’ll prove to you in the second half of this RooLoot’s review…
RooLoot is a massive scam.
And should be avoided completely.
Watch Out For Fake RooLoot Reviews
When I looked for existing RooLoot reviews online.
I saw a YouTube video that supposedly showed RooLoot payment proof by an account holder named Sayyed Mubarik Ali Shah.
Don’t be fooled.
Because as I’m about to explain why…
You’ll never be able to withdraw the balance that appears in your RooLoot account.
3 Reasons Why RooLoot is a Scam
Do you know why I’m so confident that RooLoot is a scam?
Because I’ve already exposed a rash of these types of data harvesting scams multiple times here on Online Income Solutions.
You’ll see that they’re all just replicas of each other.
Of which RooLoot is yet another clone.
But that’s not all…
Because when I looked at RooLoot’s TOS…
They actually incriminated themselves.
By forgetting to switch out the ‘Kids Get Paid’ brand name for ‘RooLoot’ after doing a copy and paste job:
And why’s that a big deal?
Because Kids Get Paid is a proven scam that also spawned the Kids Earn Cash con.
Where plenty of people on Twitter complained about not being able to withdraw their profits from the Kids Earn Cash site:
2: You Won’t Get Paid
It wasn’t just Kids Earn Cash that didn’t pay anyone.
I’ve reviewed a huge number of these sorts of social influencer scams…
And I’ve never seen a single person post any legitimate payment proof.
Because when you do come to request a withdrawal…
It’ll either be refused or ignored.
3: False Claims
As is the case with all of these kinds of data harvesting portals…
RooLoot falsely claim on their ‘how it works’ page that they have been in business for a number of years and have paid out millions in rewards.
But of course…
When I checked the WHOIS record…
I discovered that the RooLoot.co domain has only been active for the last 24 days at the time of writing:
Conclusion: A Total Scam – Avoid
I don’t like labelling a product or service as a scam unless I’m absolutely sure.
And I think you’ll agree that all the signs point to RooLoot being a replica of several confirmed data harvesting scam sites.
Just give it some time…
And I’m sure that the payment complaints will begin to surface on social media.
As people start to realise that they cannot withdraw their RooLoot balance.
But until then?
Stay well away from RooLoot.
And use the buttons at the end of the post to share this review and help others avoid this deceptive scam.
- Data harvesting scam.
Is There a Legit Alternative?
But it’s not a get-rich-quick scheme.
Nor is it a GPT site.
Because in my case?
I’ve been able to earn good money by setting up my own website.
And monetising it by integrating affiliate links into high quality content.
Which has resulted in more than $1,100 worth of affiliate sales in the first week of this month alone:
And if you click the button below?
You can read my full Wealthy Affiliate review.
Where I’ll introduce you to the training programme that allowed me to set up my own profitable online business with no prior knowledge.
And without having to worry about getting scammed by shady sites like RooLoot.
I have been making money online since 2007.
By using a range of strategies that include:
Affiliate marketing, blogging, matched betting, casino-based advantage play, value betting, arbitrage betting, Betfair trading, online surveys, rewards platforms, forex trading, writing eBooks, dropshipping, and more.
(Each with varying degrees of success!)
I have previously worked as a project consultant and content creator in the ‘make money online’ and betting system niches for start-up companies.
But I now specialise in reviewing online money-making systems and products to see if they are scams or the real-deal.
Oh, and I’ve written more blog posts than what’s probably considered healthy!
I’ve created Online Income Solutions to help you get straight to the business of making money online – without wasting your time or money.