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About Foap.com

Foap.com is a new company and mobile application that is changing the stock photo industry by allowing amateur photographers to sell the photos they have taken with their smartphones to large companies and brand names. 

How Does It Work?

Users can download the Foap mobile application and use it to upload pictures of anything they choose, from pictures of nature to their breakfast to sports and activities and all their pictures in between.

Companies can give members a "Foap Mission" where they request pictures of a certain subject or that would fulfill a certain category, and members can compete and win cash prizes if their photo is chosen.

Companies that purchase photos through Foap will be able to use these photos for any print media, with unlimited web usage, and have all the rights to edit the photos the way they need.

Mobile Options

Foap.com has a free mobile application available for both iPhones and Android smartphones at this time. 

Cost/Price Plans

All photos on Foap.com cost $10, with $5 going to the photographer and $5 going to Foap. Companies can purchase photos individually, but they can also pay $500 per month for a Business Premium account, which allows them to launch unlimited Foap Missions.  

Refund Policy

All purchases made on Foap.com are final, and no fees are refundable at this time. If you feel that you have encountered special circumstances that justify a refund, contact their Customer Service. 

Customer Service Contact Info

Customers who would like to contact their Customer Service team with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by email at [email protected] or [email protected]  

Reputation

Foap.com is getting a lot of attention from third party sources for being an excellent way for amateur photographers to make money and for companies to be able to get quality stock photos at reasonable prices. 

Competitors and Alternatives?

The stock photo industry has many different websites and companies that provide stock photos for professional uses, like Bigstock, iStockPhoto, and Shutterstock.     

If you have any experience with this company or their products, please leave your Foap.com reviews below.

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Foap is a SCAM



January10, 2016

I got a mail and notification from foap that i have won a mission worth $300. But later my winning picture got deleted from my account automatically and also credits got deleted from my account.

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