Hey Zap Fyber is a scam?

For the duration of almost a year we were using HeyZap Ad Mediation, which became part of Fyber. It mediates the ads within our mobile game and shows us analytics as well as delivers their own ads via Heyzap Ad Network.

Over the year we could always see the revenue generated by the Heyzap Ad Network seperated by the revenue of the other networks in the upper right corner of the revenue page.

Since 2-3 months the amount was big enough so the automatic transfer should take place. All information and forms were/are delivered. How ever so far we did not see a single cent from the Heyzap Ad Network also they are not responding on our emails or Facebook posts on their page.

This already felt scammy.
But that was ok for us as we could still see the total amount within the revenue page.
But since 2 weeks the platform layout changed and it is now called Fyber FairBid.
There is no more total revenue counter for the revenue from the Heyzap Ad Network.
No money has been wired..

So where is our money?


Facebook Ads – Waste of money and big harm to your product page

Don’t use Facebook Ads – It is scam
So I tried Facebook ads intensively on my first app game The Sha Man (250 euro) .
With the Sha Man Facebook page I ended up around 2100 Likes but suspicious is that my posts only get seen from around 10-40 people. With practically 0 engagement on the posts, no comments and no likes. So I checked a few of accounts and my doubts are confirmed some of them appear less human and very fake. It’s weird to become a victim of such a scam directly from Facebook itself.

It can destroy your Fan page:
Facebook decided to show some of your posts only to a slice of your actual following meaning the more fake users you have the harder it gets to actually reach real people. Very harmful to your page.

This guy sums it up: