Our team has received lots of emails concerning profitablemessages.com. A lot of people want to know if it’s scam or legit, can one really make hundreds of dollars monthly from solving CAPTCHA?

We’ve thoroughly investigated profitablemessages.com claims, offers, etc, and our findings reveal it is pure scam.

If you’re contemplating paying for Profitablemessages.com app, we’ve provided evidence that prove it is not a genuine platform, and a waste of money.

About Profitable Messages App

Advertised mostly on YouTube, Profitable Messages app or bot is being promoted as a way to earn money by solving captcha. Solving captcha is a process of verifying that a human is completing an online task rather than an automated bott is said to work with telegram.

The Ads claims that once users send the bot on telegram a message, it responds with CAPTCHA which one has to solve correctly to earn up to $30 – &60 daily.

The commercial on profitablemessages.com show testimonials of two ladies who claim to have been earning from Profitable Messages Telegram Bot by simply replying security messages.

This might seem like a dream come true for lots of people who want to earn money online, but it’s sadly a scam.

Exposing The Telegram Captcha Bot Scam

Profitablemessages.com make some wild claims, but it’s actually a disguised scam. First, real captcha solving jobs don’t pay that much.There are some websites that pay users to solve Captcha. However, the amount of money you can earn per day by solving Captcha is typically quite low. It takes a long while to earn up to a dollar. You have to solve at least 1000 captchas to earn something between 25 cents to 60 cents.

Secondly, once you proceed to make your payment on profitablemessages.com, instead of the 10 dollar access fee, you’d be directed to another page that would charge you 29 dollar. After making the payment, you’d be sent a telegram link to Profitable Messages Bot. But sadly, after typing the activation word ‘Start’, nothing happens.

There’s no Captcha to solve. Nothing at all. Yikes, you’ve been scammed. So, how do you spot the real CAPTCHA filling jobs from the many scams out there?

• They promise insanely large payouts, hundreds of dollars a week

• Request that you pay a certain fee to access the tool

• Urges you with limited offer sale and countdown timer

Profitablemessages.com Red Flags

Aside from failing to keep to its promise, here are some red flags hidden from untrained eyes.

No Legal Pages

Profitablemessages.com claims to offer people an opportunity to make money online yet lacks legal pages like Privacy Policy, Terms of Use, etc. They don’t tell users what they do with their data which all legit brands and companies do.

Data like user’s name, email address, and credit card info are collected during payment but there’s no document to show how the website handles the data.

Anonymous Owner

There’s absolutely nothing online about who the owner or owners of the platform is. Even the website registration details on Who.is, show the creator’s information has been redacted for privacy. Of course, the scammers are keeping their details private because their intentions are not genuine. They do not want to be traced and taken to court for false claims and fraud.

No Customer Support

Users can’t contact the people behind profitablemessages.com as there are no telephone number or email address available on the site.

What To Do If You fell for This Scam

Cancel your credit card

Immediately call your financial provider and cancel your credit card. By so doing, the credit card details you used for your transaction on valthyteamwear.com would become null and void.

Request for a new card

After the old credit card has been cancelled, ask for a new card, it doesn’t cost much to get one.Your credit card issuer will issue you a new one with different numbers.

Report the Fraud To Relevant Authorities

Report the scam to relevant authorities and organizations. This includes:

  • Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3): If you are in the United States, you can file a complaint with the IC3 at https://www.ic3.gov/.
  • Your Local Consumer Protection Agency: Contact your local consumer protection agency or the equivalent regulatory body in your country.
  • Better Business Bureau (BBB): File a complaint with the BBB if the online store is based in the United States.

The Bottom Line

Captcha entry jobs are not lucrative or high paying as advertised by Profitablemessages.com. There’s no ‘tool’ or ‘telegram bot’ as claimed by Profitable Messages. It’s all a bait to make you pay for a non-existing tool.

If you fall for this scam, you’ll be a victim

  • unauthorized charges on your bank statement (profitablemessages.com pads customers bill with items not ordered for)
  • Zero feedback from the company
  • credit card fraud

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By Judith Davidson

I am Judith Davidson, a Cyber Security Professional. I am the founder, Investigator and Author of Snoopviews.com. I started working as a Cyber Fraud Researcher in 2019 when I saw lots of people falling victims to fraudulent websites pretending to sell disinfectants, masks and wipes during the Covid19 pandemic. Since then, I've saved millions of people from online scams.

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