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Richestsg.com & Whenyouhost – A classic local scam


Whenyouhost logoName: When You Host/RichestSG

Website: http://www.whenyouhost.com/ and http://www.richestsg.com

Price: $80/yr, $100/yr, $250, $799

OwnersRosalind and other unknown

Rating: 0/100 (Really just a big fat scam)


Is RichestSG a scam? How about whenyouhost.com? Read this review below to find out more details.

There are so many online scams out there that are targeting unsuspecting people, but there is one right here that is targeting my own country citizens. This is the reason why I am writing this article.

Even though this scam seem to be rather out dated, I am not surprised people are still falling for it even though it has been operating for at least 3-4 years already. Even without the scammers operating the website, they are still able to scam innocent victims of their hard earned cash.

When I first encountered the richest SG website, it really just looks and smells suspicious. What many scam website does is usually dangle pictures of cars, money, and loaded bank accounts in order to entice people to join so that they can attain those things.

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Analysis of RichestSG

After going through the website, there are so many errors and loopholes that you can really spot easily to know that it is a scam.

1. Top of the page

Let’s just take a look at the top of the website.

Richestsg main page

Banner that shows money, cars, and promises? Check.

Richestsg paypal

Immediately followed by a Paypal account showing how much money the person has? Check again.

In my opinion, any non-scammy products wouldn’t need to dangle such things in front of anyone’s face and instead describe about how they can help people instead.

2. Time sensitive?

Below all these images shows the date stamp and a story article that describes how Rosalind got into when you host and made so much money. You know they’re not being honest when their so called promotion just basically extends time.

Richestsg Time guarantee

Time pressure tactics is a norm in a lot of industry as it makes customers make irrational decision and buy things they don’t need, as buyers would think they may be ‘losing a great opportunity’ if they did not buy a certain product. Most of the times, companies would just ‘extend’ the time on a ‘limited opportunity’ just like this one.

FST article3. Fake news articles?

The promotion on the right shows an article that is written to introduce Richestsg as a legit site.

The only problem is, there is no link to the actual article itself. This led me to Google certain keywords, or even complete sentences in hopes of finding the article.

However, I did not find any results on Google as seen in this picture below. FST article 2

4. Believable story?

Richestsg storyRichestsg story 2

In these few paragraphs, they stated that:

  1. Product was money back guarantee, thus it was not deceptive and it was truthful and ethical
  2. Made back membership fee within a few hours and money flowing in non stop.
  3. Autopilot money and get results right after buying their web hosting package.

Wait, what web hosting package? I’ll get right to that in a bit. However, do you really believe such a story and that a magic money making product actually exists? It sounds like you don’t need to put in any work at all, and just require you turn the money making machine ‘on’ and let it make money for you.

To me, that is a total BS. Legit money making products or services require you to at least learn some skill sets and require you to implement it before you even start making money. Even ‘Passive’ income requires you months or even years or work before it start paying off and make you money even when you are sleeping.

Last of all, a money back guarantee doesn’t mean anything really. Scammers tend to put it there to convince people that they are legit, but usually still runs away with the money without any refunds even if requested by the customers.

5. All you need to do is..


Richestsg product

I am pretty sure that many people fell for this scam because it looks so easy to set up and use. Just set up your account, and let money come to you. As much as I wish this was true, I really hate to say that no such product exists. If you do find such a product that only requires you to pay a sum and do absolutely nothing while making you money, write me a response below this page.

There are a lot of people that are finding such a magical product, which is why some money making products can easily bait and scam people of their hard earned money. If you are reading this website, it shows that you are smart enough to research for information. Don’t be one of these gullible people.

6. Guarantee?

Richestsg guarantee

This is where I question the guarantee. Like what I mentioned above, having a guarantee does not make the site more legit or less suspicious in my opinion. This could be just posted on the website to trick people into having a peace of mind and make them purchase the scam quicker.

Analysis of Whenyouhost

The whole purpose of RichestSG is to promote the main website: whenyouhost.com. The whole article on RichestSG is littered with referral links to this website.

Anyway, after reading the RichestSG website, I am given an impression that I will make money after buying a web hosting package from whenyouhost. This seems like utter BS as web hosting really does not grant you anything except a place to host your website.

1. Money from just buying Web hosting

Whenyouhost price plans

Just looking at the price plans, they promise you to earn money just by buying web hosting package.

What is web hosting exactly? Looking at Wikipedia:

A web hosting service is a type of Internet hosting service that allows individuals and organizations to make their website accessible via the World Wide Web. Web hosts are companies that provide space on a server owned or leased for use by clients, as well as providing Internet connectivity, typically in a data center. Web hosts can also provide data center space and connectivity to the Internet for other servers located in their data center, called colocation, also known as Housing in Latin America or France.

Web hosting services (Such as Bluehost) helps people to make their website accessible to the World Wide Web where everyone can view the website. It does not talk about helping or promising people to make money in any way.

2. Commission based system

Whenyouhost MLMApparently, you can earn up to 6 levels of commissions by referring people to Whenyouhost. This really just seems to me like a pyramid scheme where they are just promoting a referral system without an actual product intact.

It seems very enticing to actually get the priority+ Hosting plan as it is only a one time payment and there is the chance to earn big. As seen above, the Priority+ costs SGD$799 (~US$585) in order to be part of the elite group. In my opinion, that is a really expensive price to pay for not knowing what you will exactly get.

What Other Are Saying

What I advocate most people do to avoid scams is actually searching it on Google in order to find other people’s reviews on the product. I am pretty sure that is what you did if you found this article, so I applaud you for being a smart and prudent person.

This scam website has already been covered by quite a few people already. A quick search on Google for the search term ‘Whenyouhost’ revealed this page:

Whenyouhost reviews

Out of 6 search results, I can already tell that 5 of it are discrediting the website as a scam as well too. I mostly agree with them as I pointed out quite a lot of faults and loopholes used by them in this article above as well.

On scam.com as well, there are a few members that shared their stories. Most of them were unlucky and fell for the very convincing scam and not getting a single cent back. However, some users were lucky enough to get a refund for their purchase.

whenyouhost scam.com reviews

Even if the product did work, having such a high rate of people quitting really says something about the program. It is either a product that is so obsolete that does not work any more, or just a complete scam right from the beginning.


Final Verdict: Whenyouhost and RichestSG

Website: http://www.whenyouhost.com/ and http://www.richestsg.com

Price: $80/yr, $100/yr, $250, $799

OwnersRosalind and other unknown




What I love about Whenyouhost and RichestSG

  • The way that RichestSG promote the story is very convincing. The typical ‘Struggling housewife finding a miracle product and saved the family’ story relates to a lot of people. Especially people struggling to get out of their 9-5 jobs.

What I did not like about Whenyouhost and RichestSG

  • It is a total scam which tricks innocent users and wasting their time and money
  • Despite not updating the website, they are still able to operate and scamming people for so long

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What do you think about RichestSG and Whenyouhost? Share with me your experiences below!


Terence comes from the sunny island of Singapore. Since starting in 2013, he has been making an income from various apps and websites. He has started up Income from the Red Dot to educate everyday users how to make money online legitimately, while avoiding the scams on the Internet.

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  1. Ted May 9, 2016

    Do not join richestsg, i am on of the victim.
    Afteri joined in 2014, my account was transferrd to getstarted.sg. and this website already gone in 2015.
    Not able to get them anymore.

    1. Terence May 9, 2016

      Hi Ted,
      Thanks for your review, and sorry that you fell prey to their scam. This is the reason why I set up this website – to educate people on the scams online. Anyway, if you are still looking to make money, do check out my #1 program which you can join free and I will even help you along the way too!

  2. Naim August 1, 2016

    I got scam too! I’m one of the victim.- what should be done ? There goes my $250 . Why I never thought of googling first . Argh!!

    What should we do? Have you gone to the police?

    1. Terence August 1, 2016

      Hi Naim,
      If you just made a payment, try to contact your bank/credit card company to see if they can reverse it. Mention that you did not want the transaction to go through but it did anyway, and try to see if your bank/CC company can help you from there. You can also make a police report but I really don’t think it’ll be much help.


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