Is Legit or a Scam?

Author: James Greening

August 4, 2022 is a website that calls itself the “#1 Influencer Network” and claims to pay users for testing apps, completing surveys and solving captchas. However, the part that caught my interest is that they also claim to pay for inviting new users to sign up on the platform, something they aggressively encourage. As the site was among the top searched sites on ScamAdviser, I decided to take a deeper look. 

All4gqf Welcome Bonus and Withdrawal

Clearly, the fastest and easiest way to earn money on the platform is to invite new users. This gives undertones of being a MLM or pyramid scheme, but there does not seem to be a product or investment package that can be purchased on the website. 

The website gives you a ‘welcome bonus’ of $25 but has a $200 withdrawal threshold. This means that you would need at least 100 referral link clicks or 17 referral signups to be eligible for withdrawal.

All4gqf Website Information

When I started analyzing All4gqf’s website, I began to think that it may be a marketing lead funnel to collect contact information for targeting users with spam or scams. This is because the website uses shady marketing tactics to put pressure on the user to reach their withdrawal threshold. For example, there is a fake timer stating that the welcome bonus offer ends in 10 minutes, even though this is not true. 

There are also constant notifications at the top of the page announcing payouts to users. As there is no way to verify whether users are actually paid out, this could easily be a fake notification.

Several more tactics are seemingly being used to falsely gain the trust of users. Firstly, it is evident from the domain registration information that the website was created in April 2022. 

The falsehood is mentioned even in the Terms & Conditions document, which is an extremely alarming sign.

Identical Websites

In the above screenshot, you can see that All4gqf’s Terms & Conditions page mentions the email ID of a completely different website named The website does not seem to be active anymore. However, it gave me a hint that there may be other sites like All4gq. 

When I analyzed the content on All4gqf’s website, I found that there are a few other websites using the same text. These are:, and I also found an inactive website named that was using the same content. The sites are not only using the same text but also the entire design layout.

Fake Reviews

In another attempt to gain the trust of users by using deceptive marketing tactics, the site has several positive reviews formatted to look like Trustpilot reviews. However, All4gqf does not have any reviews on Trustpilot.

Upon further research, I found that the same reviews can be found on the identical sites too, which implies that they are not genuine.

All4gqf Company Information

There is no information available anywhere about the owners of the website. There are no names of team members mentioned and neither has the company name, location or contact information been provided. The Contact Us page only has the email ID ‘’. There are no social media pages either.

There is a fair likelihood that All4gqf may be a spam or scam website. The goal of the website seems to be to get as many users to sign up as possible. As the entire website is run anonymously and appears to be a clone of other websites such as, and, there is little reason to believe that All4gqf legitimately pays users. 

My guess is that the website serves as a marketing funnel to get the contact details of users in order to target them with spam or scam communications. 

Alternatively, the site may also serve to make the owners money by getting users to complete surveys and captchas, however, they might not pay the users for their work. If you have signed up on All4gqf and successfully received a payout, let us know in the comments. 


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