Fort Ad Pays Review – Will It Earn You The Big Bucks?

By | September 24, 2015

Name: Fort Ad PaysFort Ad Pays Review - HYIP Scam?


Type: HYIP – High Yield Investment Program

Price: Varies – Adpacks Starting at $1

Rank: 45/100 – Not Recommended

What Is It?

As you probably know, Fort Ad Pays is a High Yield Investment Program. This also stands for HYIP and is a type of program that seems to have become a new trend within the world of online marketing. Some of these products however, don’t always pan out as they should and because of the risk involved, can even result in the company shutting down. Before getting involved in any HYIP endeavor it’s important you first know how it works.

How Much Is It?

Getting started with Fort Ad Pays doesn’t have to cost you a lot, but that really all depends on how much money you plan on making. With HYIP products it’s usually a quick and short-term investment; one that should not be relied on over a long period of time when used.

Adpacks with Fort Ad Pays start very reasonably and can be purchased at $1, maturing at 100% of the value, or $2. For this price, you not only get the opportunity to make back some money, but are also purchasing 25 banner credits.

Fort Ad Pays Review - HYIP Scam?

The program requires that in order for you to earn anything, you must also surf 4 advertisements per day. This not only makes the website look and feel more legitimate, but is there as a service in case you were ever to lose your money.

This is a likely scenario given the fact it’s another HYIP in the mix. It doesn’t mean you can’t or won’t make money, but also carries the inherent risk that you can lose your entire investment, and at a moments notice.

How It Works?

The outcomes of any HYIP are nearly unpredictable. You can’t tell exactly when you’ll make your money back, or if you’ll make it back at all. But, for the most part, when any new HYIP is starting out, you can be more confident that you’ll be making money at least in the beginning.

What happens is when you purchase your first share, you’re actually a purchasing a “position.” This is a position in the company’s cycler, or a spot in line, for you to make some earnings on your first share. Question is, where does this money come from?

Well, it’s not coming from the advertisements you purchased, but rather from the new people who are coming into the program and purchasing shares. What happens is their position gets put back in line, and that money is then cycled to the older members.

This occurs on a highly repetitive basis and is why they call this, “cycling.” A way of earning that would be considered highly illegal if not for the advertisement services being sold to you. It’s because of this, the additional earnings on top of the ads make the system legitimate.

Are Earnings Guaranteed?

Earnings with Fort Ad Pays are not guaranteed. You will actually witness for yourself that earnings will become more volatile the older the program grows. You see, when people stop coming in, the program will wear itself out thin. There will be no more earnings to be dispersed among its members and not enough money will come in to satisfy everyone. This will leave the newest members out of luck, regardless of how much they already deposited.

Earnings with HYIP’s take time! Remember that as well. It’s not as though you buy your first 10 shares and you make $100 tomorrow. It takes time to cycle and the growth of it all will depend on how heavily new and old members are investing.

Fort Ad Pays Review - HYIP Scam?

It’s almost like a paradox in a way because in order for you to earn, every one needs to be investing. All the new profits are really coming in and based on the deposits of its newest members. So in a way, getting involved with Fort Ad Pays can be seen as highly unethical.

Most importantly, if there’s anything that’s for sure, its that Fort Ad Pays is a risky game and opportunity. Chances are, you’re going to need a good amount of startup investment just to make anything substantial and will have to play the waiting game, just to see what comes your way.

If you’re really interested in getting started with this HYIP, it’s really up to you. But here is what I would recommend:

#1. Invest & start small.

#2. Make sure their consistently paying out.

#3. Work on obtaining referrals.

#4. Don’t make this a primary way of earning.

#5. Learn how to get referrals!!

Oh and of course, don’t invest more than you can afford. With those steps in place, I think you should be safe enough to give it a go, but as I said, this is not a solid strategy to be making consistent income online.. Unless, you’re able to consistently get referrals and re-invest into the program, then I have seen very few people make a very modest income. But there is a big risk, and they can tell before a new program even shuts down.

I’ve seen some solid HYIPs out there, and some very poor ones, even though they looked more legitimate than you could know. Some end up shutting down in days, while others stay for years. If one things certain, not everyone comes out on top, and earnings tend to go down overtime.

If you want to give it a try, go for it (and let me know how it goes!). If you think using HYIP is too risky of a strategy, too unethical for your taste, and not reliable enough, I couldn’t agree with you more, which is why I think you’ll be better off with my #1 recommended way of earning! 

Thanks for reading this review. If you’re currently giving Ford Ad Pays a go for its money, I’d love to hear your experience down below. Other than that, leave any comments or questions you have and I’ll be happy to get back to you!

Category: Investing Product Reviews

About Peter G.

Hi I'm Peter. I'm 27 years old and I'm a Uconn graduate who finally found his way through life by becoming a full-time affiliate marketer. I enjoy trying out new things and believe there's no greater satisfaction than being able to make money on your own time!

10 thoughts on “Fort Ad Pays Review – Will It Earn You The Big Bucks?

  1. Harry Weber

    Hi Peter G,
    Thanks for the article, and for precise explanations of how Fort Ad Pays work. Really good opportunities.

  2. Zahra

    Hi Peter,

    You seem like you have had bad experiences with HYIPs in the past. You’re absolutely right in saying that there are strong ones and weak ones but they are not all destined for doom as you’ve suggested. I’ve been with Traffic Monsoon, for example, since last year and it has been extremely successful so far. The reason shares went down briefly is because Paypal trapped TMs funds for no reason other than the fact that they felt TM was growing ‘too rapidly’.

    These funds are set to be released after review but in the interim Charles Scoville has secured funds within Payza and from other sources in order to counteract the funds trapped within Paypal.

    With such transparency from the CEO it is clear Traffic Monsoon is set to go from strength to strength and whilst I agree with you that there is risk involved in any business, I disagree that every HYIP has an inevitable end. Which is why I am sure Fort Ad Pays could also be a good long term income for some people out there. Perhaps, if you put money into one of these businesses and had a little faith and perseverance, I am sure they would pay out a lot more than your skepticism.

    1. Peter G. Post author

      Thanks for the input Zahra, but I’ve actually invested quite a good deal of money with Traffic Monsoon and have made some great money with them as well. But that doesn’t mean I’ll publicly endorse HYIPs. I’ve been in this business for a long-time now to know that a lot of people lose money with them in the process. I always advise people to stay on the side of caution. It always comes down to timing, and if you join just a bit too late, your investment could be doomed.

      Things can and will always go wrong with them and that’s a fact. They’re not sustainable in the long-run and I’d have to say that at-least 80% of them go out business within just a few months.

      It’s very hard to trust the majority of the owners in place as well as most of them only do it for their own profit. Needless to say, there most-certainly are some strong HYIP’s out there. We can agree with each other on that, but it can be very hard knowing in advance which ones exactly will give you the best return for your money and how long they’ll ultimately last.

    1. Peter G. Post author

      Well I guess confidence is a good thing, especially when it deals with revenue sharing. I’m assuming you’ve seen my review on WA? I would have also recommended Traffic Monsoon, but good thing I didn’t, since of course the profits have plummeted in the past couple weeks. Therefore, no more HYIPs from me.

      Besides that anything that deals with affiliate marketing is the way to go. If you can build a website and get traffic, you have a business that will produce you a passive income for life, which is what My #1 Recommendation is all about :)

  3. Tony Davis

    I don’t know yet if fortadpays is safe to join or not because I am still investigating it but here is what I do know: I am making $8 a day so far and by the end of the year I will be making $50 a day and next year $100 a day and so on every single day with another rev share company and if you want to know how you can join this amazing rev share biz opp,please contact me!
    Tony Davis
    Financial Expert

    1. Peter G. Post author

      Hey Tony, that’s only assuming that Ford Ad Pays is able to stick around that long and every revenue share I have seen to date, ends up shutting down sooner or later. The profits might be good now, but eventually the budget will run low and profits will swindle. All I’m saying is to be careful with the amount of money you invest and the people who you refer to the program.

  4. David FAP

    Hello, I’d like to confirm that fortadpays is the best revshares and I love it !

    Go fort ad pays to success :-)


    1. Peter G. Post author

      That’s great to hear David and I’m glad you like it. Just remember that Fort Ad Pays can shut down at anytime. In-fact I’d put my money down that they’d be shutting down sooner than later, just like any and every other hyip product out there.


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