Big Spot .com Review-Is Bigspot.com a Scam

Product– Big Spot
Price– Free, Your Personal Info
Rating– 2 out of 5 stars
URL– https://www.bigspot.com
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Big Spot.com Review


This is a big spot.com review and in it I will be answering the question is bigspot.com a scam or legit money making survey site.Is bigspot.com a scam

As all of you already know and this review will prove you can’t always believe what you see on TV.

Like many of you reading this I saw the big spot commercial and had to know is big spot.com a scam or is it a legit site to get paid taking surveys online.

Being that I hardly ever see any online paid survey sites being advertised on the ol’ telly I figured that Big Spot .com must be a new way to get paid taking surveys online.

So I surfed on over to see if what the commercials were saying was true.

Big Spot Commercial-How BigSpot Works


Immediately upon arrival of their page I was asked to put in some of my personal info such as my email address, the year I was born, my gender, ethnicity, and what country I live in.

I did without hesitation!

I didn’t think twice about it because the whole reason for me doing this was to prove if they are a legitimate money making survey site or a scam.

That and the TV told me to!

To my surprise I was taken to the following screen where I was given a list of different survey companies that would pay me for my opinion.Review Of Big Spot Scam

OK, Wait a minute there cowboy!

I thought you were going to pay me for my opinion.

That is what the commercial says, Right!

Even though my better judgement told me to quit while I was ahead I pressed on because I had to know is bigspot.com a scam.

So I proceeded to click the first of six survey sites that big spot .com had suggested for me from the information that I had given them about myself.

It’s here that I figured out that I have just caused myself a lot of headaches when checking my emails in the future.

Before I ever got to the survey I selected I was offered other paid survey sites that were wanting to get their hands on my personal info because according to them I met their requirements for participation.

Starting to see the pattern?

Personal information.

That’s the reason for my future headaches.

The fact that most of the survey sites that big spot is tied to are super spammers.

Now those of us who have set out to conquer these online paid surveys know that there are all kinds of them.

If we are not careful we can easily give our personal info out to a site that will sell it to another for their own financial gain.

These sites are called third party sites and big spot .com gets paid to refer us to them.

Now I’m not saying that bigspot.com doesn’t offer legitimate survey sites nor am I saying it’s impossible for you to make money online doing online surveys that they point you to.Is bigspot.com Legit

So what am I saying?

That they are less than honest about what they advertise on Tv!

And that’s putting it nicely.

As for these so called money making surveys that big spot offers. Well, where are they and how long does it take to find one.

That is a question for the owners to answer because I have tried to hunt down the legit surveys using this site and I have yet to locate any of them.

I have tried meeting all kinds of different survey criteria to do so and all of my efforts have failed.

All I found were more survey sites trying to gather my PI(Personal Information).

 Is Bigspot.com a Scam Or Legit


So is bigspot.com a scam?

bigspot.com Review

They might not be a scam that we are all use to seeing online but it is definitely a site that you should be wary of giving your personal information.

That is unless you want your inbox full of spam mail.

After all if a paid survey site is actually legit they won’t ask you for your email address because they do not have any need for it.

Other than for you to sign up for email alerts of new opportunities to get paid taking surveys online.

However, if paid surveys are your thing and you would like to know where to go to get paid taking surveys online than you can check out my learn 2 earn page.

There you will find some of the best proven survey sites that will pay you the best for your opinion.

I hope this answered your question is big spot.com a scam or legit but as for me it is definitely a paid survey site that I stay away from.

Do you think big spot.com is a scam or do you believe it’s a legitimate money making survey site to get paid taking surveys online? What did you think of this bigspot.com review?

Thanks for Reading!

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51 comments

    • Jason says:

      Hi Jerry,

      Yeah unfortunately bud survey sites are not the only make money online opportunities to do the name change thing.

      While it’s not out of the ordinary for survey sites to use this tactic it is however utilized most by the scam biz op platforms like A to Z Cash.

      They do it as a way to maximize customer reach, or in situations like this one, where they have been called out for the scam they are.

      So instead of actually doing something to fix the scam they just rewrap the scam in a flashy new packaging and spit the regurgitated garbage out with a new web address.

      It goes on and on like this simply because most folks don’t take the time to look into programs before they sign up.

      Good luck to you Jerry. On a side note I clicked on over and took a look at your review of Big Spot and I Think you did one hell of a job.

      Keep it up and who knows if enough of us finally get on the same page maybe we can band to gather to clean the internet up of some of it’s scams.

      Thanks For Stopping By,
      Jason

  1. Laura Caudle says:

    Hi Jason,
    I am really glad I typed big spot into Google and I saw is Big Spot a scam well I’m sure I’m not the only one nor the last one,but I certainly have been scammed and life lessons are very important to everybody if you learn something than no waste of time, lesson learned. I learned many years ago if it sounds to good to be true, than it’s not true. I will tell you I thought when I saw idiots with baskets hanging off their necks I sure as heck wasn’t going to be affiliated with a company like that TOO STUPID TO BE TRUE. Thanks for the leg work

    • Jason says:

      Laura,

      Some people make us question how it is they made it as far as they did in life.

      That Is For Sure!

      With the world we live in now, we have to look out for those same kinds of people in the online world as well because now if they have access to dumbest of smart phones they can create something and try to sell it online to folks that don’t know ant better.

      All they have to do is pretend they’re somebody that knows more than they really do.

      They’ve had plenty of practice being that is what they’ve been doing all of their lives anyways!

      Even if it was just a little, I’m glad I could help and thanks for stopping by Laura,
      Jason

  2. Ed says:

    Hi Jason,
    Good post. Thanks for letting everyone know about bigspot .com.
    There are many ways to trap people into giving out their personal information, with false advertising on TV and in print as well as through electronic media.
    More articles are needed to expose these spammers so keep up the good work.
    Ed

  3. joseph says:

    Appreciate it, Thank you for information. 

    This is an old scam, they promised you easy money. There is no such a thing as easy money. 

    This type of information internet company persists because there are always gullible people.

    You might be amazed how many scams are out there and how much of the time people fall for them everyday. 

    But that is just my opinion and it looks like you have had different experiences with AffiliateU than me.

    Anyways it was a good read. Thanks!

    • Jason says:

      Joseph,

      Everyone is entitled to their own opinions and I welcome all and any of them here.

      As for my own experience with Tim’s course, it was very limited and brief.

      I just can not bring myself to pay that kind of cash for it but I do hear good things.

      But hearing them and seeing them are two very different thing entirely.

      So, I take them all with a grain of salt and only really believe the testimonials of the people that are acquaintances of mine and that have been in this business much longer than I.

      Either way I appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts and for giving my review a read.

      Until next time,
      Jason

  4. Jeff says:

    Thanks for the info!

    Seen their commercial and few times and finally decided to check them out.

    Read your review in Big Spot and then went over to their site, found out what you said was true.

    Kept hounding me for my email and phone number. What a joke.

    • Jason says:

      Hey Jeff,

      Hope you didn’t give it to them. They are relentless when it comes to trying to get in touch with you.

      They won’t give up. They’re worse than the old school telemarketers.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Jason

  5. Suzi says:

    I went to link to your site and first thing I have to do is give my email, just like I have to do to leave a comment.

    How do we know email isn’t shared?

    • Jason says:

      Suzi,

      You do not have to give an email to read any posts or pages on my site and there is also no opt in form on my site for an emailing list.

      I do not have this for that very reason of letting folks know that they are not going to be bombarded with emails ans so that they know there information is safe.

      As for having to put your email in to leave a comment, that is for the safety of my information and my site.

      See there are all kinds of different automated plugins and software out there that people use to spam other websites in hopes of getting back links or trying to shut down competitors sites.

      I do not share anyone’s email that has been put in here nor do I share anyone’s info for any reason what so ever.

      It is merely a formality to help keep my info safe as well as yours because without this feature the same folks with the spam software could in fact get to other emails here.

      So Again I do not share any of your info including your email address and this is a feature that I have installed on this site to keep everybody else’s information safe as well as my own safe.

      I’m sorry for any confusion Suzi and I do hope to hear from you again.
      Jason

  6. Wabda says:

    What saved me is that Big Spot would not accept my valid email address, my first clue!

    So in searching out the legitimacy of the TV offer I found your review!

    THANK YOU.

    I really need to generate some extra money from home as I am a full time care giver.

    Thank you again for your effort to help us.

    • Jason says:

      Hello Wabda,

      Now that is an one of a kind name and I have never heard it before.

      As for Big Spot, you are very welcome.

      It should be a crime for them to allow programs like this to exist not to mention running an ad on TV.

      Kind of goes to show what really makes the world go round. Money!

      Nevertheless I am going to do what I can to expose these kind of first rate scams.

      Good luck to you Wabda and I hope you’re able to find what you are looking for and soon.
      Jason

  7. Tina says:

    Thanks for the review information Jason.

    I too saw the TV ad for Bigspot and wondered if they were legit. Been thru the email and phone scams in the past.

    I have gotten a little wiser the hard way.

    • Jason says:

      Hi Tina,

      It’s good to hear that you are no longer falling victim to scams anymore.

      Sometimes the hard way is the best way to learn and for me I believe it is the only way I’m able to.

      Glad you liked my Big Spot Review and I hope it was able to help.

      All the best,
      Jason

    • Jason says:

      Lynn,
      Yes there are a few legit ones out there but they are getting harder and harder to come by nowadays.

      Just be sure to do your homework on any of them before you make that final click to sign up.

      Here is a question for you Lynn.

      Have you ever thought of creating your own website/online business or to try your hand at affiliate marketing?

      It can be a whole lot more profitable as well as not having to worry with legitimacy.

      Just a thought! Thanks for stopping by Lynn.
      Jason

    • Amanda M says:

      There are several work from home Jobs. Look on careerbuilder.com monster.com indeed.com mainly job boards. Also if there is a randstad in your area they are hiring for at home workers. I’ve been with them almost 2 months and it’s great work, easy, they supplied all my equipment, and I’m at home for work.

      • lexy haar says:

        I’ve asked Randstad if they offer work from home work and they said they dont. Which location are you working for Amanda?

  8. Reina Avila says:

    Hey Jason,
    I’ve been doing my homework on these survey sites. A lot of them are scams. Or they don’t pay what they say. I think it’s cool that you are letting people know whats up. Cuz, there’s not a whole lot of people out there doing that. I also checked out a site called Survey Police. And I also typed in how to tell if online surveys are legit. These were also quite helpful. I also use pinecone and survey junkie. So far so good. Have not had time to check out or find more. It’s part of the to do list for this week. Thanks for sharing Jason!

  9. Cmhill says:

    For legit survey sights try valued opinions, and pinecone research, Bzz Agent, House Party. I use all these some are just opinions and some you get to try products and give an opinion. Some pay actual money others in gift cards or merchandise.I love them all.

  10. Jenn says:

    Thanks for the info. Saw the commercial and thought it was going to be for real. After reading this is won’t be going. I know all too well on getting caught up in these surveys that seem endless and I never get my free gift card or whatever they’re offering lol ugh.

  11. Alex Berkeley says:

    Hello Jason
    I saw the bigspot.com commercial too, but I was busy so jotted it down to look at it later. 2 days later I saw the note and thought what’s bigspot.com. Recently I saw the commercial again and Googled it was real or a scam and I came across your post. Thanks alot for the info

  12. Sallie says:

    Thank YOU!! I looked at the website and saw in the terms they were going to ask for my SS# so I checked reviews! WHEW! Saved me!!

  13. Cindy says:

    Thank you for the info !! I am new with on line using & have found that every time I try to find out info about loans, insurance, even simple info, thry all want email & phone #…they tell you you will get the info”FAST” but don’t tell you until you have put time into filling everything out you have to give pi info..you don’t get any instant answers. They give your name out to God knows who, “third party’s ” & from then on your flooded with call & emails. This makes me go back to old school finding out my info…don’t know who to trust anymore…I thank you again for this info..I just about trusted Bigspot because it was on the tv…we need more people to check out solicitors with reviews so all will know !!

    • Jason says:

      Hi Cindy,

      FYI it has been quite some time now sense I checked into big spot for this review and the email I used is still getting slammed with spam and I was receiving an alarming rate of unknown calls on a daily basis.

      Just one more reason you can’t trust everything you see on Tv.

      I am thankful that you decided to drop by here on my site and share your experience. Feel free to do so again anytime.
      Wish you the best,
      Jason

  14. Terry says:

    Hey Jason,
    Thanks for doing the leg-work on this scammer. I just saw a TV ad for Big Spot & thought I’d check it out. That’s how I found your site. I know there are no “free lunches” out there but I was happy to see that you’re posting the real truth. Keep it up! I’ll be checking in here. now & then!
    Many thanks!!!
    Terry

    • Jason says:

      Hey Terry,

      I’m glad you found it helpful and thank you for taking the time to share what you thought about this review.

      Look forward to hearing from you again soon,
      Jason

    • Jason says:

      Your welcome Aaron,

      I’m glad you liked it and I hope it helped you in your decision making process.

      Good luck to you in the new year and I wish you much success.
      Jason

  15. Judy says:

    Thank you so very much Jason. I just saw the commercial again for Bigspot and was going to go there, but first decided to do a search if it is a scam. Thank you for all the information and for taking your time to post this. You just saved me a lot of time and unwanted spam emails. Merry Christmas, happy holidays to you and yours. May your new year be filled with many wonderful blessings.
    Judy

  16. Crysty says:

    Thanks so much for the info.! Every time in see the BigSpot add on TV, I consider signing up, but not anymore! It’s not worth the aggravation! Thank you for doing all the legwork for us!

  17. vince says:

    Well said, really appreciate people like yourself doing leg work that some of us might have not got to. Your a good person.

    Thanks

    • Jason says:

      Hi Vince,
      Thank you for your kind words and even more so for taking the time out to leave a comment.

      To be Honest, none of this would be worth it if not for kind hearted folks like yourself leaving these motivational comments to let me know that I was able to help out.

      So thanks again Vince and look forward to hearing from you again soon.
      Jason

  18. Amanda Grimm says:

    Just because something is not a “scam” does not mean it is worth pursuing. This sounds like a huge waste of time. Thanks for the warning!

  19. Todd says:

    Hi Jason,
    Great article and I’ll be sure to stay away from Bigspot. Your site is very helpful to a guy like me, I’ve gotten tons of great tips from you here as I’m out traveling and making money online. Very much appreciate the link to the proven survey sites as well. I’ll be checking them out when I’m heading through the coffee region of Colombia, South America.
    Thanks again friend, good work.
    Todd

  20. bernie says:

    Thank you so much for this valuable information. Another exposed scam thanks to you. And may it reach out to others who don’t have any idea about this scheme.

    A blessed journey to you!

    • Jason says:

      Hello Bernie,
      I would like to thank you for adding your thoughts to this review.
      As do I hope this reaches the far corners of the earth.
      I can say that yes it might be a bit misleading as to what they are actually about but I can not go as far as calling them an outright scam.
      However, They are walking a fine line of spam with some of the survey companies that they give you the keys to.
      But you have done what I encourage all to do and that is draw your own conclusions whether it be in line with what I say or not.
      So again thank you greatly for your opinion,
      JASON

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