Payfarmer.com review (Is Payfarmer legit or scam?)

Payfarmer.com review (Is Payfarmer legit or scam?)

Payfarmer.com review (Is Payfarmer legit or scam?)

Payfarmer review

Read all about Payfarmer.com in this Payfarmer review.

In recent times, there has been a surge in the amount of investment platforms that promise to pay people a certain ROI either daily or monthly.

Many of these platforms fail to deliver on their promise, while some pay for a while, only to fold up later on, and the others are just pure scam.

It is always a good idea to read reviews, so you can get a basic understanding of how a platform works, and also if it is worth investing in.

Payfarmer is an Agro-investment platform in Nigeria that pays its investors up to 30% ROI (return on investment) after a certain period of time.

When you sign up on Payfarmer, you will have to choose a farm to invest in, then make payment and enjoy high returns based on the duration of each farm you opt to invest in. You can as well monitor your earnings on the go.

In this Payfarmer review, I am going to be writing about all you will need to know about Payfarmer under the following sub-topics “Is Payfarmer legit?”, “Is Payfarmer scam?”, “Payfarmer registration”, “Payfarmer login”, “Payfarmer farms”, “Payfarmer customer support”, “How does Payfarmer work?” and many more.

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Let’s get into it then…

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What is Payfarmer?

Payfarmer is an Agro-investment platform in Nigeria that pays its investors up to 30% ROI (return on investment) after a certain period of time.

When you sign up on Payfarmer, you will have to choose a farm to invest in, then make payment and enjoy high returns based on the duration of each farm you opt to invest in. You can as well monitor your earnings on the go.

According to its website “Payfarmer is Nigeria’s company whose mission is to end poverty in Africa, one rural farmer at a time. We do this by creating an online platform for everyday people to engage in the agricultural value chain by sponsoring farms in rural communities

Payfarmer is founded by a fourth generation farmer with over 7 years of successful farming. They provide innovative agricultural practices by leveraging on emerging technologies to foster sustainable agriculture & increase food production in Africa.

Payfarmer presents the opportunity for investors to gain access to a quality asset class and achieve attractive returns in a simple & straightforward way. With a free payfarmer account, you will have access to high profit potential properties that are available to invest in.

How does Payfarmer work?

Payfarmer is an Agro-investment platform in Nigeria that pays its investors up to 30% ROI (return on investment) after a certain period of time.

There are four basic stages on Payfarmer:

  1. Create an account using your personal email address
  2. Choose a farm to invest in, depending on your budget
  3. Make payment make payment and enjoy high returns based on the duration of each farm you opt to invest in.
  4. You can monitor your investment and your farm’s progress on a go.

Once your investment has reach maturity, you can then withdraw your profits.

Payfarmer farms available for investment

The below are the farms available for investment on Payfarmer:

CF21 – Catfish farm

6 months with 20.00% ROI

Location: Itokin, Lagos

50,000 naira/unit

CK23 – Poultry farm

6 months with 23.00% ROI

Location: Epe, Lagos

100,000 naira/unit

Yam farm

8 months with 22.00% ROI

Location: Kwara state

70,000 naira/unit

PG 32 – Pig farm

10 months with 32.00% ROI

Location: EPE, Lagos

150,000 naira/unit

Pepper farm

5 months with 12.00% ROI

Location: Epe, Lagos

25,000 naira/unit

Read my Agrisun farms review

Payfarmer referral

You can also invite your friends to register and invest with payfarmer. Payfarmer don’t really have any special rewards for referrals.

Payfarmer registration/sign up

To register on Payfarmer, you will need your email address, an authentication email will be sent to your personal email address, confirm your email address and automatically you get a payfarmer profile page to start investing and making money.

Make sure you fill in all the required details.

Payfarmer contact details

If you want to get in touch with payfarmer, you can do that via the following channels:

Phone number: +2348025247559

Email: info@payfarmer.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/payfarmer

Instagram: https://instagram.com/payfarmers

Working hours

Monday – Friday: 9am – 6pm

Saturday: 10am – 3pm

Is Payfarmer legit?

Payfarmer seems like a great idea, it is totally different from many of the investment platforms that we have come to know.

It promises to pay you a certain amount of money after a certain duration (usually 3 months to 12 months) depending on your investment, and so far, there have been evidence of payments online.

This means that so far, payfarmer have proven legit, although this does not mean that they will remain that way. This is why, I always advise my readers to only invest what they can afford to lose, incase things don’t go as planned.

Is Payfarmer scam?

So far, there have been payment proof that shows Payfarmer have been paying. There have not been any negative reviews about them online, so they cannot be termed a scam.

You can leave your reviews about the platform below in the comment section.

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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Who is the owner of Payfarmer?

The owner of Payfarmer is not yet known.

Is payfarmer legit?

Payfarmer have proven legit, although this does not mean that they will remain that way. This is why, I always advise my readers to only invest what they can afford to lose, incase things don’t go as planned.

Conclusion

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7 thoughts on “Payfarmer.com review (Is Payfarmer legit or scam?)

  1. It is indeed sad that despite all the reviews on the internet and hundredsof people that have been owed for more than 1year, you till chose to say payfarmer is not a scam. Among all the agric tech companies presently in Nigeria, payfarmer is the biggest scam. Others plan and work to had to pay but payfarmer is not at all interested.
    So, it’s either you are a paid advert or you just equally a scam yourself.
    If people lose their monies because of this scam you have written, God will hold culpable if man cannot.
    If you still doubt the scam of payfarmer, check the reviews on google. Check Nairaland.

    1. They are scammers and they are still scamming people. They don’t pick calls and they don’t reply mails of their investors. When they notice that you are a new investor they will reply your mail until you pay into their account. After they collect your money they flee. They will not communicate with you and they will not pick your calls and reply your mails again. They are theives. I am not sure they have farm. Hush puppy in disguise. General public don’t fall for them o. Don’t let them eat your money in this present terrible economy. They are fraudsters. Theives.

  2. They just paid me my 3 months poultry due farm with them. they need to work on their email delivery system as it ends in junk/spam folders.

    1. What does 3 months poultry due farm mean? Are you saying the cycle was for 3months or that your payment was delayed for 3months? Payfarmer does not have a 3months poultry cycle and they are several groups with hundreds of people trying to collect their money with no success for more than 6 months now. So, please clarify what you mean by you have been paid “3 months poultry due farm”.

      1. A paid agent I guess. Payfarmer would rather pay millions of naira to save thier image than pay investors .

  3. Please EFFC and government come to our aids. Payfarmer has refused to pay us. He is owing us millions of naira. The CEO’s name is Bamidele Alimi and his PA is Temitope Adebanjo. Tope’s number is 07083160150. Please government come to our aids. They have refused to pay us our hard earned money. They are so heartless and wicked. Please General public help us on how to get our money back from them.

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