First I’d like to clear to something up for all my regular readers. It may seem like I’m very quick to call every MLM program out there a scam and the actual truth is that most programs that I have researched are in fact, scams. What do I consider a scam? Well they don’t have to steal your credit card and they don’t have to hack your bank accounts password to be a scam in my book. Here is my definition of a scam –

scam – noun,verb – A business, company or individual that leads others to believe they will receive compensation in exchange for money, goods or services but never have any intention of giving that compensation.

What Is The Goal Of 6pck.com And What Do They Offer?

Over the past couple months I’ve been following PayBox.me and now it seems that others are trying to imitate their success. The newest site I’ve found is 6pck.com. In my opinion the main goal of PayBox.me is to get massive amounts of traffic and acquire a large user base and 6pck.com seems to be trying to do the same thing. Their offer is very similar to PayBox.me with generous rewards of $100 to sign up, $10 per referral, and $1 per second  tier referral. They also offer the ability to double that income by “upgrading” your account by buying their marketing ebook for $9.95. Also like PayBox.me your balance won’t be available until a future date, in this case after Christmas and only after you accrue a certain amount of funds.

What’s The Difference Between 6pck.com And PayBox.me?

They are subtle differences between the programs. First of all 6pck.com states very clearly that users are paid in US dollars. Also unlike PayBox.me, 6pck.com supposedly offers pay-per-click ads, article submission service and the ability to earn points by signing up for offers from advertisers. According to 6pck.com the points can then be exchanged for cash after a certain amount of time and the ratio is 10 points equals $1. This virtual currency system is nothing new and I’ve seen it many times with online games like mafia wars. However, this is the first time I’ve seen it where points can be exchanged for cash.

I Think 6pck.com Is Hard To Believe In

As much as I’d like to believe that these companies will deliver what they promise, I have a lot of trouble with 6pck.com. The 6pck.com site has many problems with the code, navigation is difficult and there are many dead pages. The terms and conditions on 6pck.com are better and give you more rights than PayBox.me’s however the English is broken in several places. Remember how I said 6pck.com was trying to copy PayBox.me, we’ll take a look at how 6pck.com looks now – 6pck Now. Now look at the screen capture I took of Google’s cached version of how the page looked on October 3rd –

6pck.com Scam? Google Cache of Home Page

Google Cached Index Page 6pck.com

When making 6pck.com it looks like they copied and pasted the front page of PayBox.me. I guess they decided that starting a payment processing company had already been done and then it was switched to a “get paid to” style site.

What Do You Have To Lose With 6pck.com?

Just like PayBox.me, 6pck.com is free to sign up for, so I guess you have nothing to lose. Except I don’t trust people promoting this type of program and I wouldn’t recommend it to my friends and family. I also think it’s a waste of your time, traffic and maybe traffic exchange credits to use on this type of “business”. Just like PayBox.me, I think 6pck.com is a scam to try to push as much traffic to their domain as possible.

Please leave your comments and questions below

  1. Do You Think This 6pck.com Will Pay What They Offer?
  2. Do You Think 6pck.com Is A Scam?
  3. Have You Signed Up With 6pck.com? What Has Been Your Experience?
  4. Can You Tell Us Who Is Behind 6pck.com?
  5. Please Create A Cool Name For This Type Of Scam, I Will Have My Forum Members Vote On The Best One  And The Winner Will Get A Link Posted On My Site.