Is GPTPlanet a Scam? $767,778.51 Paid For the Members But…

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GPTPlanet homepage is quite attractive and colorful.

GPTPlanet claims that they have already paid more than $780,000 for their members. “Everyone can join for absolutely free and you can get paid by completing simple tasks!” Shouts the text on their homepage.

Is GPTPlanet a scam or would they really pay for you? How much could you earn on their website? Is it worth the time and effort?

Check out my honest and unbiased review to get answers to all your questions. If you have any comments or questions after reading this article, you can always feel free to ask them below. I will reply you personally.

Alright. Now it’s time to take a closer look at GPTPlanet.

GPTplanet Review

Name: GPTplanet

Founded: 2010 by Greek Dimitrios Kornelatos

Type: Get-Paid-To Sites

Overall Rating: 30 out of 100

Short Review: GPTplanet is a legitimate website and they pay members as they have promised. However, if you have experience of GPT-sites you may already expect that making money on this website is almost impossible. Well, you can make a few bucks but that’s all.

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GPTPlanet homepage is quite attractive and colorful.

What Is GPTPlanet?

GPTPlanet is a PTC (Paid to Click) website that pays you for watching advertisements. On the other hand, you can use it also for advertising your website and offers for visitors. The website has been around already for more than 7 years so it’s quite an established company.

You have probably heard or even tried similar platforms before. Some of the most famous ones are Easy Hits 4U and Neobux. I have bought ads and visits to my offer on Easy Hits 4U. However, I stopped doing it for several reasons that I’ll explain further in this article.

By the way, did you notice the trick that GPTPLanet is using on their website? They say that they’ve paid in total $767,778.51 for their members. That sounds like a lot of money. But take a look at the number on the right-hand side. It says they have 432,825 members in total.

We can quickly calculate that each member has only earned less than $1,8 on average. That’s not much if you consider how much each member has spent time on their website.

Now we’ll analyze GPTPLanet as a money-making opportunity. Then I’ll show how their website works for advertisers.

How to Make Money with GPTPlanet?

There are a few ways to make money on this website. Let’s analyze them one by one.

  1. Watch advertisements
  2. PTSU = get Paid To Sign Up
  3. Earn money from referrals (rented or direct)

1.Watch Ads and Get Paid

Doesn’t it sound easy? “Earn money by watching ads” Anybody could do it. However, if anybody can do it, that usually means the earning potential is extremely minimal. That’s the case also with GPTPlanet. Here are some of their advertisements below:

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You will earn $0,001 for viewing each ad. If you watch them all, you earn $0,003 (LOL!)

People who have used this website for even years say that you can earn maximum $5-7 per month. Some people claim that your maximum ad earnings are only around $10 per year. Anyway, it’s clear that earnings are ridiculously small and not worth it. That’s why I don’t even bother to spend endless hours clicking those ads and trying to earn a few bucks.

2.Get Paid to Sign Up

In this section, you can earn rewards for signing up to their partners’ websites and completing certain tasks. Have a look at the current offers below:

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You can earn $0,05-0,50 for signing up to other websites through GPTPlanet.

You may think, “Hmm… $0,50 just for signing up sounds good. Maybe I’ll try it.” But, please, not so fast my friend. There are specific requirements what you need to do in order to earn that money. Let’s take a look Neobux, for example, which seems to be their biggest partner. (ClixSense is also huge.)

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You need to complete 3 steps to getting a $0,50 reward from Neobux.

First, you need to sign up. Then you need to be active in Neobux for 7 days by clicking 4 orange ads every day. Then you can enter your username on a specific place to earn $0,50.

Sounds quite time-consuming. In most jobs (in Western countries) you earn $0,50 in a minute or two so why would you bother spending tens of minutes on Neobux. Even if you are living in a cheap country where $0,50 is more valuable, I wouldn’t recommend spending your time on this kind of things.

You would earn so much more with affiliate marketing. Yes, it requires a bit more work but rewards are much greater in the long run.

3.GPTPlanet Referral Program (rented or direct referrals)

This is probably the most interesting section. In most GPT or PTC sites you won’t earn almost any money by completing their tasks. Only a few cents or pennies. On the other hand, there’s a potential to earn passive income by having referrals.

On GPTPlanet you will earn 10% of your referrals earnings. So, if your referral makes $10, you’ll earn $1. If you have 100 referrals who earn $10, you’ll get $100. That doesn’t sound very much but could be a nice if you are living in a cheap country.

You can also rent referrals. This means that you pay money for buying referrals from other members. Then you will earn money if your referrals earn well. On the other hand, if your rented referral doesn’t earn enough, you’ll just end up losing money.

However, there are a few reasons why this isn’t a very effective strategy either.

First of all, most people just try GPTPlanet for a while and they go away when they realize how little money their earning potential really is.

Second, I wouldn’t like recommending something for other people that I wouldn’t be ready to use myself. That’s why I’m not recommending any GPT or survey sites. I know I would make quite nice extra income by recommending those sites for my tens of thousands of visitors. However, I only want to recommend you the best opportunities like Wealthy Affiliate or Chris Farrell Membership.

GPTPLanet Cashout 

A positive thing on GPTPlanet is that you can cash out immediately when you have earned $1. So, you don’t need to pay until you’ve made $25 or even $50 like some other similar sites requires. You can get paid through PayPal or Payza so there shouldn’t be any problems with the payment.

GPTPLanet for Advertisers

Could GPTPlanet be more interesting for advertisers? Let’s take a look at their pricing:

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Advertising on this platform is cheap but…

In the image above, you can see that advertising on GPTPlanet platform is relatively cheap. You only need to pay $0,25 for getting 250 PTC credits. Or you can buy 25,000 banner ad credits for just $1.

You’ll get tons of visitors to your website or offer for an extremely low price. That’s why it could be worth trying. You don’t have almost anything to lose. However, there are a few reasons why I am not so excited about it.

The traffic you would get from this kind of sites is extremely low quality. It means that most likely they don’t buy your offer. Most people on GPTPlanet will just visit your site for a millisecond and go away immediately when they have earned their reward.

I have tried a similar service but results for buying ads was right around 0. In the other words, I didn’t make any sales. Of course, websites like Neobux or Clixsense may use it in a profitable way because their websites are almost exactly similar to GPTPlanet. The traffic is extremely targeted for their site.

Anyway, I would like to hear what do you think about advertising on GPTPlanet. Would you like to leave your opinion in the comments below? 🙂

Conclusion – Is GPTPlanet Worth It?

Even though GPTPlanet is a legitimate website and they pay members on time, in my opinion, it’s not a good money-making opportunity. You can only earn cents and in the long run maybe a few bucks. That’s all.

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These are recent earnings from GPTPlanet website. I believe you would prefer earning more than $0,02

I believe you would prefer earnings thousands of dollars instead of just a few dollars per month. Am I right? In that case, I recommend taking a look at Wealthy Affiliate. It’s my #1 work from home recommendation. Their training has taught me and thousands of other individuals how to earn a living online. It’s completely free to get started and as a bonus, I offer 1-on-1 mentoring for readers like you.

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The only way I could consider using GPTPlanet, in the long run, is advertising on their platform. People who use their website are interested in earning money online so I could help them a lot. However, the traffic from their website is so “low quality” that I’m not very excited about it.

Do you also prefer more profitable money-making opportunities than GPTPlanet?

Have you already tried Wealthy Affiliate? What did you like? 

Let me know in the comments below! 🙂

By Roope Kiuttu

Hello! I am Roope "Robert" Kiuttu, the founder and owner of I created this website back in 2015 to help you to make money online. You can ask me anything and I'll be happy to help you out. I help people daily to make more money online and I love seeing people succeeding. If you want to get my 1-on-1 support and help to make money online as well, get started HERE.


  1. I think GPT sites are slow and it always takes longer to reach cash out especially for international users. I still feel it is legit because it pays but I don’t advice anyone to expect much.

    I tried similar sites where you earn from completing offers, tasks and surveys. I never cashed out because it takes months to reach payout.If there was a donate option, I would have already donated my earnings since I am not active on those sites anymore. I prefer writing articles and forum posting.

  2. I have been a member of various GPT sites such as ClixSense, NeoBux and Donkeymails. I have often wondered about renting referrals but I never got around to it. After reading this review I am glad that I did not waste my money. Key factors in earning from these sites are the people in your downline and if they work the system as well.

    Thank you for the review.

    1. You are right Shelly. Big earners on these sites have tons of referrals. Usually, top earners aren’t even completing tasks themselves because it wouldn’t be profitable.

      I haven’t heard of Donkeymails before but I quickly checked it out. I saw that their popularity has steadily been going doing during the last years.

  3. I personally think that on the long run GPTPlanet is not worth wasting much time in and looking at it very closely, what they claimed to have paid it’s members is not really the actual figures or amount they really paid.

    I think investing ones time in site or forums such as Postloop is worth more than wasting your time in GPTPlanet.

    1. Why do you think they haven’t paid their members as much as they claim?

      Yeah, Postloop is a bit better way to earn money than GPTPlanet. However, it’s still not even close on the top of my list for money-making websites. I use Postloop only for getting comments and traffic but I use more profitable websites for earning money online. I just earned $63 in 90 minutes on other website.

      1. Well, from the bulk heading of the amount that they claim to have paid it’s members, it’s not as if one member got 5% of that money each. It’s actually a mere publicity information to get new members interest influenced in joining them, while there are better paying site to back the horse with.

        1. Yeah, people who have lots of referrals make the most money on these sites. Also, if we divide the the money they’ve paid with the members they have in total, we realize that each member is earning very little money.

  4. Other than GPTPlanet, I joined a lot of GPT sites like Clixsense. Based on my experience, it’s true that you can earn money in there sites but it is not enough to make you live even for a day. Funny right?

    Watching ads is so easy and people hook up to it. Also getting paid if you signed up to them makes other people think that they can earn more money here. But the truth is it is impossible.

    I saw other members upgrading their membership to the highest level. But I think that even if you upgraded your membership to premium, it is not enough for you to stop your regular job. It is better to find a job than to stay here for almost a day.

    Because of my experienced in GPT sites, I started to stay away in them. It just wasting my time.

    1. Yeah, people who make good money on GPT sites are the ones who have tons of referrals. They show other people how they made $50 in a day but the reality is that they have promoted the system for so many people. So it’s kinda pyramid scheme. People on top earn more.

      Another way to think about it is that promoters are salesperson of the company and they are trying to sell it for other people. Well, I only want to sell something that is truly valuable. Not something that would waste people’s time like GPT sites.

  5. Every PTC is sucks sorry for the word but I’m just telling the truth you need to watch ads or click ads more than a thousands to get $1 LOL

    I’ll suggest don’t join PTC sites you can earn $10 per year.

  6. PTC sites were the first ones I have tried when I was still trying to learn how to earn money online. I have tried ma minimum of maybe 5 websites and earned nothing. The pay was too little that it’s too hard to reach the minimum payout, not to mention it was really boring doing all the activities they ask you to.

    I felt like the more time I spend in those PTC sites, the dumber I become since all I get to do was click and not think or do anything creative.

    1. That’s exactly true. PTC sites most likely make us dumber because we don’t learn anything new but we just waste our time. Wise men say that successful people always look for opportunities to learn and challenge themselves. Spending time on PTC-sites don’t fall into that category 😉

  7. Great detective work in calculating how each member is paid on average. I have joined the similar sites you mentioned and I only lasted for a few weeks using them because like you said they don’t pay nearly enough for my time and effort to be considered worth it.

    What’s even worse for me is that I don’t live in the US so I get even less offers than what Americans get which greatly diminishes my earning potential which was already so low to start with. However, at least they are honest in paying out, so there is one positive aspect there.

    1. Yes. In my opinion, PTC sites aren’t worth anyone’s time in the long run. It’s okay to try and see how it works to get some new ideas and understand the process but spending more time on these sites is a waste of time and life.

  8. Hi Roope!
    I think we could find more change on the ground outside the 7/11 than we could spending the entire day clicking on GTP. I even hate the low payouts and low qualification rates of paid survey sites, but would MUCH rather do that.

    As for Wealthy Affiliate; I can’t believe I forgot about this program! I remember signing up for it and getting emails but I was caught up with another project at the time and got sidetracked. Darn. I’ll be sure to keep reading through your forum to see what you think about it! Happy Money Surfing Roope!

    1. Yeah, that’s true. People would earn 10 times more even with begging on the street that with GPTPlanet, lol.

      Wealthy Affiliate has been a life-changing community for me. Their training, tools and support have helped me to build an online business and a sustainable passive income online. I can just wonder where I would be right now if I wouldn’t have found it.

      I also had kinda “slow start” in Wealthy Affiliate. During the first 2 months I didn’t do there so much and used only the premium membership. Then I started working a little bit. Sometimes I had pauses for 1-2 months when I didn’t do anything. But at some point I realized the real potential of Wealthy Affiliate and online marketing. I didn’t want to stay in a normal 9-5 job so I started working hard to make money online.

      I started seeing results and was able to quit my day job even though that career path would have looked promising as well. I’m very thankful for people in WA who helped me along the way and still keep on supporting me.

  9. I find the opportunities to earn money on GPTPlanet website laughable. For example you have to fill out three criteria (and that will take you 7 days) to earn 50 cents! That’s ridiculous. I don’t know who would do this to be honest. 5 dollars for a month of doing many things on this website is a very, very low pay.

  10. This is better than other sites at least not a scam. I think there is no way now to earn an instant big amount of money in internet seeking opportunities. The interesting only for this site is you can advertise your own website which may could help website owners to know more about their pages.

    1. True. If some website promises, “Earn big money instantly (without work).” it’s most likely a scam. Most sites where you can earn money instantly pay only very little.

      There are still many ways to make big money. $5.000, $10.000, $20.000 or even $100.000 per month is possible nowadays. One of the most effective ways is affiliate marketing. Leveraging social medias like Facebook, YouTube and Instagram helps a lot. Then driving traffic from Google is a great and an evergreen strategy as well.

      1. Most sites that offers you earn big instantly is surely a scam. I would prefer to earn $5 a week which pays you honestly than those who are promising lots of dollars a day unsure. Yes there are still some ways to earn and i know affiliate marketing is one way but there are sill lots out there that must be tried out because some have different passion on how to earn online .

        1. Yeah, some people like programming, other people like creating videos, others enjoy just sharing their life on a blog. There are a million ways to make a living online 🙂

  11. There are a lot of similar sites and they are good because most of them are actually legitimate and do actually pay when you want to cash out. The problem is that their earning opportunities are extremely low. $0,001 to view an advertisement is just really low and I doubt it’s worth spending your time on. There are just so many other online sites where you can earn almost 100 times that for a few minutes of work

    1. That’s true. These sites are legitimate and they pay on time but the challenge is that they pay so little. That’s why it’s not worth spending time on this kind of websites. I would earn with affiliate marketing more money while sleeping a night than somebody would earn on GPTPlanet during a whole year. lol

  12. Just like in real life businesses, I am always sceptical of joining sites that always use the money they have paid the members as the advertising point to attract new members. I mean joining GPTPlanet to complete tasks won’t be the ideal thing for me to do considering the fact that there are lots of other websites that can offer more than what this particular company claims to pay their members for completing tasks.

    1. You are right. There are hundreds of websites that pay more than GPTPlanet. That’s why most people only try their website for a short while until they move on to something better.

      1. Exactly the point I was trying to make. One thing is joining a site with the intention to earn some money from them, but another thing is truly earning enough that can provide food and other essential needs in a month. This is the reason some of the members of GPTPlanet won’t stay long on the site.

    2. To be fair, there are actually quite a few sites out there that have the money that has been paid out to members but are trustworthy and great sites to be members of. I am actually a member of a few and I have never had problems. But like you said, there are some out there that try to attract members by advertising this amount. I think what they are trying to do is to seem like they pay a lot but when you consider how many members they probably have, the amount paid per user is probably tiny.

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