The SocialDM Scam – Stay Away!

socialdm scam

The SocialDM scam has been making the rounds online. Sucking people into thinking this is an easy way to make money online through social media.

But there is NO opportunity here at all!! And I’m going to prove it to you in this review.

Look, I know you’re looking for a legit way to make some extra money or even looking for a way to create a job replacing income online. Or you wouldn’t be here.

And I’m so glad you are here, because (I hope) it means you have not been sucked into this scam. And I know when you come across sites like SocialDM it can seem like an easy way to make good money with little to no effort.

And that’s what they want you to think. Not only won’t you make any money, but there is also a very dark side to SocialDM that people (you) may not be aware of. Of course, I’m going to reveal everything to you.

SocialDM is a scam, no doubt about it. So if you just want to skip my review and see the most successful (legit) way of making money online then click here.

Disclaimer: I am not a member or an affiliate of Socialdm. All the information researched for this review is available online within the public domain. This review is my personal opinion and any recommendations/conclusions are my own which you may or may not agree with. What you decide to do after reading my review is up to you. You can see the full disclaimer here for more info.

So here are the red flags when it comes to Socialdm.

What is SocialDM?

Before we get to all the red flags regarding this so-called “opportunity” here’s what SocialDM claims they are.

SocialDM claims to be a reward site where you can earn $10-$15 for every friend you invite. Earn $2 for every user that clicks your invite link. As well as make money testing their free apps and games.

They also claim they are the #1 Social Earning Network. And influencers enjoy their transparency, their flexibility, and their high payouts!

They also go on to say they currently have 690K+ active users. With members earning on average $8000.00 per month. And they have processed $35 million plus in secured payments.

That’s pretty impressive. Too bad none of it is true.

How Does SocialDM Work?

SocialDM is supposed to be a rewards site where you can earn money by sharing your invite link and by testing apps and games.

As I just mentioned you can earn $10-$15 for every friend you invite. And earn $2 for every user that clicks your invite link.

To join SocialDM is free. And for joining you get a $40.00 signing bonus.

Now you can’t join and withdraw your $40.00 bonus right away. In order to be eligible to withdraw any money you need to complete these steps:

  • 20 Clicks
  • 20 Invites
  • Complete 6 Offers
  • Earn $130 in Invite Bonus

Now when you join a legit rewards website you’ll find you will need to complete certain tasks or reach certain levels before you can get paid.

The problem, well one of the many problems with SocialDm is you will never be paid. I’ll show you proof of that in a moment.

And even if they wanted to pay you they couldn’t. With the income, they claim the members are making each month the numbers don’t add up. I’ll show you want I mean in a moment.

But first…

Let’s Go Inside SocialDM

Now of course I gave a bogus email account, bogus name, and a generic password to get inside.

Once you are inside there are all types of “offers” that allow you to make money.

When I first got to the member’s area there was an offer where I could earn a $4000 bonus. All I need to do was invite 15 people complete 20 offers including Including Stash or Coin Master which is found in the Offer Center.

socialdm bonus

So I went to check out the offer center. And here you can test out apps and take surveys to earn money.

There were all types of surveys you can take. And for what they show you, you can make some great money (not true).

socialdm survey offe

So out of curiosity, I clicked on the links to these surveys, and here’s what happened.

I have some pretty strong security on my computer and when I click on any survey link this is the message I got from my computer’s security.

The connection was aborted because it was infected with URL: Scam

No real surprise. After all this whole site is a scam from top to bottom.

socialdm security threat

There are also links in the dashboard where you can make money posting on your social media accounts.

socialdm social media

They also have a rewards center. And you can use your SocialDM balance to purchase products.

socialdm rewards

Of course, in order to get paid (which you won’t), you need to set your payment information. And here’s where this can get dangerous.

socialdm payment info

For example, let’s say you choose PayPal. Well, to get paid through PayPal you simply enter your email address. Sounds safe enough right?

Yeah well maybe not. Because what if you’ve used the same username or email address or password or any combination thereof to create your account with SocialDM that you use for PayPal.

Well, now they have all that information where they could access your PayPal account. Or even sell your information to who knows who.

Are they doing this? I can’t say for sure. But with such a sketchy website why risk it?

Red Flag #1 – The Numbers Don’t Add Up

So they say they have 690,000 users. And on average their members make $8000.00 per month. And payout over $35 million.

Simple math tells you they are lying and making these numbers up.

If you take 690,000 X $8000.00 that equals $5,520,000,000. Yep, that’s over 5 BIllion per month they are paying out.

Yeah, that’s a hell of a lot more than the $35 million they claim they have paid out.

Ok, let’s look at it another way. Let’s take their word that they have 690,000 users and have paid out $35 million to their members.

So if you divide $35 million by 690,000 that gives you an average payout to their members of $50.72 per month.

Either way what you’re being told just does not add up.

Now this does raise the question if they are paying out such huge sums of money every month, remember we are talking about over 5.2 BILLION dollars every month

How is SocialDm Making Money?

Well in order to pay out BILLIONS per month SocialDM. That means they must be making BILLIONS per month. Right?

So they would have to be making over 5.2 BILLION in revenue per month. That’s 62.4 BILLION per year, to not only be in the position to pay people the amount they say they are paying members on average each month but to be making any sort of profit.

So where is all this money coming from?

Well, they would have you believe that companies are paying SocailDM to drive traffic to their offers. To expose those companies to more people. And in return, they make money and you get a slice of the pie too.

So you’re telling me that SocialDM a company no one has heard of is making at a minimum 62.4 BILLON per year in ad revenue?

Whereas Tik Tok which has 1 Billion members and everyone knows about made only 4 BILLION in ad revenue in 2021 compared to SocialDM.

Facebook with 2.85 billion members made $117 BILLION in ad revenue in 2021. And I know for a fact that SocialDM is not bigger than Facebook.

Instagram with 2 billion members made $47.6 BILLION in ad revenue in 2021. But you’re telling me the much smaller SocialDM made 62.4 BILLION. Really!!

SocialDM would you have you believe they are making more revenue than the most well-known and established social media companies on the planet.

When you do the math it bomes crystal clear everything they are saying is B.S. and exposes them for what they really are. A SCAM!!

Red Flag # 2 – No Founder Information

With an opportunity that claims you can earn up to $500 per day, which by the way is $182,000 per year.

The person or people behind this opportunity are ghosts. Go through the site you’ll find no information whatsoever as to who is behind this opportunity. No CEO, no founder, nothing!

Sure there is an about page, but that page is completely useless. It just talks about how members get paid, and how they are the fastest social earning network.

Wouldn’t you think that the person or people that are behind SocialDM would be proud and happy to show their faces?

But online scammers and con artists typically hide their identities, and for obvious reasons. But this really comes as no surprise because it’s something that you would expect from a scam.

Red Flag #3 – Um Where Are All The Followers?

For a company that is supposed to be the #1 social earning network, you think they would have big presents on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.

But when I went to go look for them on those social platforms they are pretty much invisible. For a company that claims that they have 690,000+ members, it’s really hard to find them on social media.

So I did some digging around and here’s what I found.

The first social media platform I went to was Instagram. And after doing some digging around I did find their page.

And you’ll see that they have a whopping 189 followers.

socialdm instagram

I then headed over to Twitter and I couldn’t find a Twitter page per se but I did find their Twitter support page which has 25 followers.

Even being a support page 25 followers seems like a pretty small number for a site that claims it has 690,000 active users.

socialdm twitter

Now when it came to Facebook, I had a hard time finding an official page but I did come across member-only pages, personal blogs, and groups basically just promoting the referral link.

Now the screenshot below I’m not sure if it’s a fan group or if this is the official group, either way, it only has 476 members.

Again, a far cry from the 690,000 active members they claim they have.

socialdm facebook

Now I’m not a social media expert but I would think a company that claims to be the #1 social earning network would have more of a presence on social media.

Because after all, they are in the social media/influencer business.

Red Flag #4 – Fake Testimonials

As with all scam opportunities they’re going to show you testimonials and proof of payment screenshots to try and convince you that what they’re offering is real.

But the problem is those testimonials they are showing you for proof of payment aren’t real. They are fake.

So on their site, they have screenshots from people claiming they have made money and have gotten paid.

socialdm payment proof

But with a little research, you’ll find that these pictures of people being paid are just stock photos and have been used on other websites.

Take a look at the fellow that claims he was paid $100.12 from SocialDM. Well here’s his image being used on other websites.

socialdm fake testimonial

And those are not the only other websites this image has been used on. In fact, it’s been used on 129 other websites according to TinyEye.

If you’re not sure what TinEye is it’s an online program you can use to do a reverse image search.

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So how about the lady that claims she has been paid $660.42? Is that one real?


socialdm fake proof of payment

Again using Tineye. Here are more results of where her image has been used.

socialdm tineye results

So the question that pops up is why are they using fake proof of payments?

Probably because no one is really getting paid.

Red Flag #5 – Information Theft

Ok, so where are we? Numbers that don’t add up. Unknown owner, fake income testimonials.

Not great. And if these red flags have not deterred you and you still decide to join.

Just know you’re about to give your email address and other information to this site.

But not only that you have to give your email address you need to create a user name and password. And this is where it can go horribly bad for people.

Many people use the same email, user name, and password combination for multiple sites.

Which can include secure sites like banking and PayPal just to name a few.

So worst case scenario, if you use the same access combination at this site as you have with other websites like your bank.

You’ve just provided these people with possible access to those other sensitive websites.

There is also the possibility your information could be sold to god knows who. And selling personal information is a BIG business. Whether it’s been gathered legally or illegally.

Personally, I see this site as an information harvesting website.

Sure I could be wrong and I hope I am. But if not things could turn out pretty bad for people (you).

What Others Are Saying

If you go online and do a search for SocialDm regarding payments you’ll be overwhelmed with people complaining they have never been paid.

You’ll also find people trying to warn people about SocialDM. I hope they are taking this advice.

From Quora:


From Trust Pilot


If you go on Facebook you’ll find more of the same.


This is just a small sample of the complaints, there’s 100’s. But it comes as no surprise.

As we talked about, SocialDM has no intention of paying anyone. The sinister aspect of this site is that it’s an information harvesting site. Nothing more.

So, Is SocialDM A Scam?

In my opinion, SocialDM is 100% a scam and is something you should avoid at all costs.

In fact, ScocialDM is exactly like Cloutbonus and Influencers Earn two other influencer scam websites.

I would not be surprised if the same con artists behind those two other sites are the ones behind SocialDM.

I also want to mention if you have joined and you have used a combination of the same username, passwords, or email address you used for other websites such as your banking, PayPal, etc as you did when joining SocialDM.

Go change that information on those secure websites. You don’t want to let these people whoever they are have the ability to access those websites.

Ok, Now What?

Look I wish I could make $500+ a day online with zero effort, zero experience, or qualifications of any kind by simply sharing an invite link.

Unfortunately, that’s never going to happen.

But even worse with scams like this promising such easy money people that are uneducated about how making money online really works will continue to get sucked into these types of scams.

Hell, I got scammed more times than I care to admit when I first started online. No one is immune.

It’s only when I decided to stop falling for all these easy money opportunities and focused on building a REAL online business and found a TRUE mentor did I start seeing success.

And no it did not happen overnight. It took, and still does take consistent effort to keep growing my business. And with that dedication, I’ve been earning a full-time income online since 2005.

I know SocialDM sounds like the path to easy money, but it’s not. It’s just a scam.

And with all the scams and so-called self-proclaimed gurus telling you they have the secret to making money online. It’s tough to know what path to take.

Look, no matter what you’re financial goals are be it just earning some extra cash every month to make things easier. Or working your way to creating job replacing income and then some.

The path to whatever financial goals you have is to focus on building a real business. And I mean a business you could pass down to your children.

And the path I took that has allowed me to earn a full-time online income is Affiliate Marketing.

Now I’m not sure if you’ve heard of affiliate marketing but it is the most successfully used and legit way of making money online.

Now, will affiliate marketing be the business model that you’ll follow to make money online? I have no idea.

But one thing I know 100% for sure is that SocialDM will never get you the income you’re looking for.

If you want to learn more about how you can create a full-time income as an affiliate marketer here are the 4 simple steps to follow

Ok, that’s it.

I hope my review of ScocialDM has answered any questions you had about this “opportunity”.

Of course, if you have any comments, questions, or personal experience with SocialDM, please share them in the comments section below.

I believe in you!

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