Welcome to my GramFree World review.
As a mate of yours recommended a site called Gramfree to you saying its the next best thing.
Well, over the past month, I have received so many invites to the site that I decided to cave in and check out what the fuss was about.
I have taken some time to read other people’s reviews and also what other people are saying about it.
Many people are recommending them trying to get paid from the site.
However, the majority of these don’t know what exactly there promoting, has none of these will end up with a payout.
It is good you are here at this post as in this review I am going to be clearing up all the confusion and letting you know whether they are legit and worth it.
Table of Contents
GramFree World Review Summary
- Owner: Unknown
- What Are They?: Get Paid To Site
- Cost: Free
- Verdict: Scam
- Recommended: No
What Is The GramFree World?
While at first, it’s not evident what exactly GramFree is, it seems like that they are another GPT site.
There isn’t much information about the website on the face.
On the homepage, they talk about how you can get access to new gram opportunities.
They even go on to talk about the advantages of the currency, however not a word is spoken about the earning opportunities and the GPT side of things.
Unlike your standard get paid to site, you are paid out in ‘grams,’ which is a blockchain currency owned by a social media company called Telegram.
Telegram has been moving forward with there plans for the ‘grams’ as the next to launch a new cryptocurrency in the coming years.
However only time will tell with this project and whether or not it flops or at some point launches
On the site, just like your typical site, you will be presented with various ways in which you can earn these ‘grams.’
Once you have earned them, you can have them converted into dollars and paid out through one of the many means available to you.
You can get paid to refer others, watch videos, and participate in their lottery.
Something that has stood out, however, is that many users have reported that reaching the amount (which is 500 grams) is really hard to reach.
However, with that said, let’s talk about how you get started with GramFree.
While I was hesitant at first as you do get scam impressions at first glance, I did make an account.
You can make one with either your Facebook or Google account. In total, it will take you a few minutes, and once you have signed up through one of those means, you will be shown the GramFree dashboard.
In front of you should be something like this.
On this dashboard, you will see various tabs to click on and explore. One of the first things you will see is the grams, and how much one is worth.
At this time, a gram is worth $1.96, this per one.
From doing more research, I have learned that this currency isn’t more than just an on-site currency.
That is because the owners behind telegram have decided to cancel there cryptocurrency plans and projects.
However, I don’t know the effect of this on the site because when you cash out, you are converting your grams into other forms of currency.
How Can You Make Money With GramFree?
So as I spoke about, there a few ways that GramFree seems to offer its users to make money.
These aren’t notable or are they going to help you sizable money each day, that is because they are relatively low paying.
Just like through opportunities such as Lucky Money and Spin Day App, you have a lottery where you can earn significant sums of grams. From reviewing the site and all the opportunities, if you were to ever make money with them, this is the way.
This is because winning tickets can receive as much as 5000 grams, and if you are in the top 500, you are guaranteed at least 20 grams.
It isn’t one of those opportunities where you can check in every day and enter for free because there is an entry fee.
This means you will need to gamble your earned grams to buy entries into the draws.
The video section is an interesting one; you would think that you would be shown ads or videos from other companies.
However, what these consist of is short testimonials saying how GramFree payout.
You do get paid for each video you watch, that is if you class 0.1 of a gram a payout.
But the impression I get from these is that they are trying to convince you that the site pays and keeps you returning each day because there is ‘proof’ of others getting paid.
It’s a tactic I see used on a lot of scams these days.
However, with GramFree, it just looks really shady and makes you question the whole site more.
This is something I have not seen on other GPT sites so its new to me, from reading there FAQ and other peoples reviews these contracts pay you grams for each day you log in.
So if you have a 5-day contract for e.g., like the one below, you will get 0.3 grams for every day you check-in.
If you don’t log in and claim them, then I can only assume you don’t get paid.
GramFree doesn’t do a great job explaining how it works and, more importantly, its point.
Lastly, along with the regular contracts, you can opt for a ‘risky contract,’ this offers a better payout; however, if you miss a day, you will have some grams removed from your account.
This is very odd, as no legit GPT site will basically force you to come on the site every day.
It’s just not normal and another red flag that GramFree is a scam.
This is a feature that gives you free grams for rolling a number. Hence the name if you roll a certain amount you can earn up to 1000 grams.
Now let me explain you will be giving a random number between 1 and 1000.
The rewards consist off:
- If you land on 1000, you get 1000 grams
- 998 -999 = 100 grams,
- 994 – 997 = 10 grams
- 981 – 993 = 1 gram
- 1 -992 = 0.1 gram
I did one roll, and surprisingly, I got 991, which gives me 1 gram.
Something tells me that you need to be extremely lucky to roll 1000 as the odds are definitely not in your favor.
As getting that amount is enough to cash out, I would be shocked if anyone has that number.
If there is one thing you can take from this GramFree World review, then that is the earning opportunities suck regardless.
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No scam isn’t a scam without a referral program, and of course, GramFree accommodates this.
So for every person you refer to the site, you will earn some grams.
Now with the frustrating lack of info on this site, the incentives you get for referring others aren’t shown.
However, going off other people’s reviews who have invited people to the platform, it seems you get around 5 grams for each person you join.
This is very low, as it means you will need to refer 100 people to the site before you can get paid. That is if they do pay.
Going off Trustpilot, there are a number of people who aren’t getting paid, which doesn’t fill you with confidence.
How Do They Pay?
In their withdrawal section, there seems to be a vast choice of ways to get paid. This includes:
- American Express
What I Am Not A Fan Off
1. Bad Reviews
One of the first places I went to was Trustpilot, one of the most trusted review sites on the internet.
The score they are getting is 2.8 out of 5 at this time of writing, which isn’t too bad as I thought it would be worse.
However, from looking at the reviews, they are getting a lot of 1 out of 5’s from people who aren’t getting paid.
The odd ones are five stars, which, from reading a few of them seem to either be paid to write or people who think they have made some money on the site and therefore are hopeful of a payout.
The point is that the truth is in the numerous 1-star reviews, just check out this one I found below:
Have you can see this user managed to reach the payout, however, unlike the FAQ where it states payments are made instantly, he is yet to receive his earnings.
To rub salt into the wounds more, he has also had his account closed down.
2. Similar To Other Scams
As soon as I got to the dashboard, I straightaway say a connection between other scams I have reviewed in the past.
Now considering that everyone with the same looking set up has turned out to be dodgy, I kind of knew that this was one too.
It’s not only the look that was the same, but also the same low-quality ways to earn.
Aswell, as focusing too much on the referral section, and finally, the abnormally high threshold that none of the users will actually reach.
3. Opportunities Are So Low Paying
Even if GramFree was legit, there is no way you would be able to withdraw in the next month.
The opportunities they offer genuinely suck, and users can expect to earn maybe a gram a day if they are lucky.
By doing the maths and saying that you earn a gram every day, the answer is that you won’t be cashing out this year; that’s for sure.
This is where it gets interesting as if you can’t make money with what’s available on their site, then it’s heading in the direction of being a pyramid scheme where the only way is to recruit others.
How Do GramFree Gain From You?
With no transparency between the owners and the site itself, it’s one of those sites where as soon as you have given them your details, you will lose.
They will likely sell your details to other companies as there are no terms or privacy policies to state otherwise. This is known as a phishing scam and is the case with:
Along with that, they also have the adverts that featured all over the site.
So they will be getting paid from them while you as a user aren’t getting anything in return.
Now, of course, a website needs to earn money.
But it’s all very misleading, giving people the impression that they will make money; however, they will never come close in reality.
GramFree World is one of the biggest scams you will come across.
The site isn’t welcoming in or gives you the impression that you will make money, so for most people, you should be able to spot what’s actually going on.
I like that you have come to this GramFree World review to find out what the deal is with this site first.
So hopefully, I have been able to get to you in time to save you from wasting your energy with them.
I know the site has only been up for months, but I would put money on the site disappearing soon.
A new site will likely pop up, offering the same opportunity just with a new name.
I also hope you take away something else from this post in the structure with the site, so if one pops up, you will know straight away not to bother with them.