PhotoPayz – An ill-thought-out scam that ClickASnap wants nothing to do with

Having successfully built a one-of-a-kind platform which sounds almost too good to be true, it’s expected that in response the google search is ‘is ClickASnap a scam?’ has ended up being a common one. Despite proving countless of times that we are in fact not a scam (have a chat to some of our longstanding members in our Facebook group) the sheer volume of scams across the internet in today’s world more than justifies people’s untrusting nature. However, there’s a new kid on the block which is promising far more than can be delivered and is without a doubt a horrendously blatant scam. The scam in question, of course, being Photopayz.

Not only does (what you think to be) their own website scream ‘scam’ (see the immediate pop up with a blaring red arrow telling you that you’ve qualified for $2.00 off) the various articles written on it lack basic grammar and offer a variety of weak statements shouting about it’s $155 billion of worth. Considering Twitter just sold to Elon Musk for $44 billion, it’s interesting that an unheard of and brand-new platform is worth three and a half times more. Don’t even get me started on promise of $200.00 if you don’t earn as much as you’d like or the poorly edited PayPal balances which show thousands of dollars available which they’ve slapped the Photopayz logo next too as if it should be obvious by this that that unrealistic amount of money was seamlessly earnt through them.

If you weren’t quite reassured by dodgy information available, the supposed customer review by the (in their own words) ‘real photography user’ Mark Williams leaves you with little confidence. Mark Williams’ headshot, which beams next to his review claiming that the ‘cutting edge system’ which is Photopayz earnt him over $100.00 in just ‘minutes’, unsurprisingly can also be found on the generated photos website (as can Sam Williams, Rhan Philip and Maris Thomas’ faces). If you are not familiar with this website, it is essentially a large offering of stock image headshots. All of this of course only adds more fuel (and evidence) to the Photopayz-is-most-definitely-a-scam fire.

Beyond the blaringly red flags I’ve mentioned above, it’s also worth noting that the only website you can actually pay for and register to photopayz on, is not actually Instead, it is On the website, you can only login, not register, and their customer support is a ghost site with zero contact details, FAQ’s of help topics.

If we want to consider logic further, Photopayz claims that if you pay a registration fee of $14.95, it is then going to pay you $7.95 every time you upload a photo and share it to another social media platform. There’s no limit to how many times you can do this, which begs the question, how do they plan to sustain this business model? Or a better question might be, how to they plan to fulfil this business module to begin with?

Our guess is this… they will continue to pump poorly constructed and written marketing out onto the internet to scam the money off as many individuals as possible, until the card systems they are using and/or PayPal, shut them down.

As a whole, here at ClickASnap we’re slightly insulted that someone else took our business model and morphed it beyond logic and into such a vulgar state of affairs.

We want nothing to do with Photopayz, and neither should you.

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    Le Go
    May 8, 2022 at 8:09 pm

    J’ai posté plusieurs photo sur mon site Clickasnap qui n’ont jamais apparu. Elles ont disparu dès leur enregistrement . Pouvez-vous me dire comment elles disparaissent, sinon pourquoi.

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    Le Go
    May 8, 2022 at 8:13 pm

    Le texte que j’ai écrit à changé lorsque je l’ai édité. Il ne faut pas lire “attendez-vous…” mais Pouvez-vous me dire comment (mes photos) disparaissent , sinon pourquoi. Merci

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    Le Go
    May 8, 2022 at 8:14 pm

    La traduction des commentaires précédent n’est pas entièrement bonne…

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