By Jay

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Month after month the bills keep coming. You've got rent, food, and maybe school tuition to pay, and if you're like a lot of people right now, it's not getting any easier. I get it…

So you turn to the web and search for ways to make money online. Again, you're not alone. I've been there too.

Sites like Cash Monster (or cashmonster.co) make it seem easy. Simply sign up, invite your friends, do some tasks, and get paid, right?

Your financial problems solved.

But are they though? Is it legit? Can you really make money this way or is Cash Monster a scam?

In this review I'm going to explain what Cash Monster is, how it works and whether it'll work for you.

The topics I'm going to cover are…

  • What is Cash Monster?
  • Is Cash Monster a Scam?
  • How Does Cash Monster Work?
  • Cash Monster Reviews and Complaints
  • What I Like About Cash Monster
  • What I Don't Like
  • Where Do You Go From Here

Disclaimer:
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for Cash Monster. This review has been researched with information and/or testimonials that are available online in the public domain. Any recommendations and/or conclusions are strictly opinions and may not apply to, or agree with, all persons or situations. See full disclaimer for more info

What Is Cash Monster?


Cash Monster claims to be the #1 app installs affiliate network that pays you for doing small tasks (installing apps) and inviting your friends, family and coworkers.

What separates Cash Monster from it's rivals are the extraordinary payouts.

When similar sites offer a five-dollar sign-up bonus at most, Cash Monster pays twenty-five.

Most sites pay on average, one to three dollars per task, Cash Monster pays thirty.

You also get paid ten dollars for every person you refer to Cash Monster who becomes a member. Competitors (aka legit sites) pay anywhere from one to five.

If legit, Cash Monster would be a beast (or a monster 😉) in the payout department. But here's the thing about monsters…

Merriam-Webster defines a monster as one who deviates from normal or acceptable behavior or character.

Merriam-Webster definition of a Monster
Source: Merriam-Webster

It goes on to describe a monster as immoral, and the question we have here is whether Cash Monster is immoral?

Is Cash Monster a Scam?


I'd like to tell you Cash Monster is legit. That's it's not a scam, and that for all your financial challenges that keep you up at night, Cash Monster is here to help.

But that's not the case unfortunately.

I have just about zero confidence in any site that promises big money fast (for doing very little work), so I had my doubts about Cash Monster from the start.

What caught my eye first is this…

Cash Monster Site Description
Source: cashmonster.co

They claim to be the #1 App Installs Affiliate Network, which wouldn't be an issue…

… if I hadn't already run into another #1 App Installs Affiliate Network not long ago called MoneyGuru.

Cash Monster copy of MoneyGuru
Source: moneyguru.co

They can't both be number one…

But what's worse, is that this comparison opened up a Pandora's Box of deception, because it turns out, this claim is not the only thing Cash Monster and MoneyGuru have in common… and MoneyGuru has been exposed as a scam.

So what does that have to say about Cash Monster? Is it also a scam?

Let's have a look…

A Copy and Paste Scam


If it were only one shady thing going on here, you might call it a coincidence.

But Cash Monster is for all intents and purposes a copy of MoneyGuru (which, as I stated above, is a known scam).

Cash Monster copied content from MoneyGuru

On the left you have Cash Monster

… and on the right is MoneyGuru.

Sure, they look different, but as you can see they've both paid out $44,700,000+ to their members.

And although the small text is difficult to read, the color-coded sections that are highlighted are word for word the same.

But it doesn't stop there, because MoneyGuru is also a copy of yet another scam called EarnBig.

Number One App Installs Scam Network
Source: GigHustlers.com

Follow this rabbit hole and it'll take you back to at least 2010 and introduce you to a network of a hundred scams or more that include schemes like EarningCash, GoCashouts and RewardsFeed just to name a few.

Cash Monster is one of the most recent.

I know they promise big bucks, and that's what you want. And I'd get excited too if they could be trusted.

But you're much better off with safe survey sites like Survey Junkie and Inbox Dollars even though they don't pay the kind of money CashMonster claims to pay. At least you'll know they actually pay.

As you gain more experience you might want to take on a bigger challenge with an online business.

You may be at home with children to look after or struggling with health issues that make it difficult to do a regular job.

If that’s the case and a full-time income online is what you want, knowing how and where to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

Fake Payment Proof


When you land on Cash Monster's site it looks pretty slick. You've got descriptions of what they do, frequently asked questions, and to prove their members get paid, they provide screenshots showing the evidence.

It would be impressive if it were real. Again, we have…

Cash Monster on the left…

… and MoneyGuru on the right.

Cash Monster Fake Payment Proof 1
Cash Monster Fake Payment Proof 2
Cash Monster Fake Payment Proof 3

Many of these so-called payment proofs are consistent across dozens of other scams within the network… just modified screenshots with the same dates, amounts, designs, etc… but a different name.

And it's not only their so-called payment proof. Their testimonials are fake too.

Fake Testimonials


Cash Monster displays some encouraging testimonials. If it can work for these people, it can work for you too, right?

You've got Sara Wilsson who apparently made $37,300 and Jena Karlis who made $103,000. The only problem is that Sara Wilsson and Jena Karlis don't exist.

Here (screenshot below), Jena Carlis is featured in a Humbolt Journal article, clearly marked “Stock Photo”.

Cash Monster Fake Testimonial 1

Sara Wilsson on the other hand can be found on linkushr.com, also as the featured image for an article…

Cash Monster Fake Testimonial 2

Now I know what you're thinking…

What about this guy?

Cash Monster Fake Testimonial 3a
Source: cashmonster.co

Saul Goodman says he's literally in love with Cash Monster, and that he was able to make some GREAT side money this year.

I'm not sure I'd call $58,000+ side money, but that's not what interests me.

What I'd like to know is if he spent some of that $58K at Bomanville Dental… 😀

Cash Monster Fake Testimonial 3b
Source: bowmanvilledental.com

The truth is, this is another stock photo you can find on dozens of other websites.

Like Sara and Jena, Saul doesn't actually exist. He is a paid model.

Stock Images used for Fake Testimonials
Source: Google.com

So as good as Cash Monster sounds, there should be enough fakery going on here to convince anyone they're a scam. At least, it's all the proof I need.

But it might not be enough proof for everyone.

Look, I know what it's like to be broke. To lie awake, sick to your stomach, wondering where the money to pay our bills is going to come from. To buy food and look after your family. I've been there.

And because of that, I know you really want Cash Monster to be real, despite the evidence that it's not.

I'd like it to be real too. At ten bucks a referral and thousands of people visiting my site every day… I could really make a lot of money if it were. But you'll notice I'm NOT recommending them. You won't find my Cash Monster referral link anywhere on this site because…

  1. They're not the kind of site to be recommending to anyone in my opinion, and…
  2. They won't pay you anyway (which I'll explain more about in a moment).

For now, if you're still having doubts, here's some more evidence.

Dubious Dates


Cash Monster claims they've been doing this for ten years (and that they've grown their network to more than 730,000 members).

You also find dates on their payment proof screenshots that suggest they've been around at least a little while…

Cash Monster Fake Date of Payout
Source: cashmonster.co

This one (above) is a year old, dated Jan 22, 2020.

What if I told you Cash Monster didn't even exist in January 2020?

In fact, Cash Monster hardly existed in 2020 at all. Their domain (cashmonster.co) was only registered at the end of 2020, on Dec 15th… about one month ago (at the time of this review).

cashmonster.co domain registration
Source: Whois.com

You can't grow a site or an app to become the #1 anything in a single month. And you can't have payment proof and testimonials about a company that doesn't exist. Or at least, didn't exist until almost a year later.

Clearly, there's a problem and a significant amount of dishonesty and deception going on here. Cash Monster is a scam.

As to the question, are they immoral, I don't know.

Look, what they're doing is not right (I'll explain exactly what it is they're actually doing in a moment).

Why they're doing it though, I can't pretend to know.

People come up with justifications for what they do, and whether it's one person who's creating these scams or many… they have their reasons. And while I consider it to be exceptionally cruel and the act itself immoral

… I'll hold back from judging them, or their reasons.

It's possible they enjoy scamming people; hurting others because they too have been hurt or treated unfairly. In a weird way, it might be empowering.

Maybe it's just fun.

It's also possible it's about survival. In places with fewer opportunities, scamming might be one of the few ways someone can put food on their table and a roof over their head.

Of course, neither reason makes it right. And if you're a victim of this scam, I know you don't care what the reason is (nor should you). The botton line is that it's a dangerous scam you should avoid at all costs.

You're far better off with legit sites like Survey Junkie and Inbox dollars, even though they don't pay as much.

It is possible to make significantly more; an online business just as one example, but that's harder and it takes time.

You may have young ones at home to look after though, or a medical issue keeping you from working a regular job.

If that’s the case and a full-time income online is what you want, knowing how and where to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

How Does Cash Monster Work?


You know the “official story” of how Cash Monster works.

Sign up for free, invite your friends, family and co-workers, complete tasks, and get paid via PayPal, Cashapp or Bitcoin.

How Cash Monster Works
Source: cashmonster.co

The way Cash Monster actually works though is far more sinister.

Unlike many scams that only trick you into buying something, Cash Monster is free to join. So… if you're not paying them anything, how are they scamming you?

It begins when you sign up.

You provide them with your email address and a password… and if the email/password combination you use is the same email/password combination you use for your other accounts… you've unintentionally given them what they need to access your accounts.

If that's not enough, some so-called tasks will ask you to sign up for things and/or collect freebies. Those freebies require information like your physical address, as well as a credit card number to cover shipping costs and so on…

And I don't need to tell you how dangerous it is for scammers to get hold of this information. The damage they can do ruins lives.

I mentioned that Cash Monster is part of a larger network of scams that has been around for many years, and two others that belong to this network are called Notion Cash and Kids Earn Money.

Here's what the Better Business Bureau has to say about them…

The Better Business Bureau also explains how it works.

You earn money for completing tasks, and that money appears to accumulate in your member's account. However, when it comes time to get paid, they don't pay you.

Instead, the alert goes on to say, they've been given access to your sensitive personal information such as your name, phone, email and in some cases your CashApp and Paypal details. 

With this information, scammers can hack your accounts and there is also the possibility of identity theft.

If you've already signed up for Cash Monster and used the same email/password combination you use for some (or all) of your other accounts, you need to change your password (for all of your other accounts) immediately. 

And, if your other accounts provide an option for two-step authentication, it's recommended you turn it on as an added layer of security.

Cash Monster Reviews and Complaints


Since Cash Monster is relatively new, you won't find many reviews or complaints. At least not yet.

What typically happens when these scams appear, is that a few people join at first. They recommend it to others and post about it on video platforms and social media sites and more people join.

Then those members join and promote it to even more people.

At first, it seems legit. Every new member is completing tasks, getting referrals, posting about it online… and on your member's dashboard you see a real-time tally of how much you've earned.

This can quickly add up to hundreds, even thousands of dollars. So why wouldn't you get excited and recommend it to others?

At this point, there are few reviews and even fewer complaints though. Here's why…

A month or two in, members begin cashing out and that's when they realize Cash Monster is not going to pay them. But at the moment, current members expect to be paid. And why wouldn't they? That's what Cash Monster promises.

So, depending on when you read this review, you may not find many complaints yet…

But we can look at the other scams in this network to see what you can expect.

I showed you the comparisons and connections between Cash Monster and MoneyGuru earlier. They are the same scam, the only difference is that MoneyGuru has been around longer and because of that, we have a window into the kind of complaints Cash Monster will soon be getting…

Cash Monster Network Complaints YT
Source: YouTube

As you can see, the most common complaint is that members are not getting paid.

You'll also notice when you sign up for Cash Monster that there is no verifiable contact information. What I mean is they are a company supposedly with tens of millions of dollars in revenue and expenditures, and yet there is no CEO or anyone who could be held accountable when they don't pay or get in some other kind of legal mess.

At best, they provide you with a phone number that doesn't work. It's not even a US phone number, and yet they claim to be located in New York…

CashMonster Fake Contact Information

So, when they don't pay, there is no other way to get in touch with them other than emailing them. And if they respond at all, the most common excuse given for not paying is that they detected fraud on your account (such as fake clicks and fake referrals).

You are therefore not entitled to payment according to their terms of service and fraud policy… even though you did nothing wrong.

What I Like About Cash Monster


It should come as no surprise if you've read this far…

… there's nothing I like about Cash Monster.

What I Don't Like


  • Fake contact details, fake payment proof and false testimonials.
  • Empty promises. Cash Monster gives you hope, and the worse your current situation is, the more impact that hope has on your life. In fact, it's pure excitement and the relief that all your financial struggles might soon be over.

    And then they rip that hope, excitement and relief right out from under you.
  • Data harvesting, hacked accounts and identity theft.
  • It's a scam

Where Do You Go From Here?


Cash Monster is not what they claim to be. I know this is not what you want to hear and I wish I could recommend an alternative, but I can't, because none exist.

Here's the thing…

There are legit online survey and rewards sites… but there are no “legit” sites that'll pay the full-time levels of income for doing micro jobs like posting TikTok videos and downloading apps.

Survey Junkie for example, or Inbox Dollars, will pay you for referrals, completing tasks and even watching videos, playing games and so on…

… but the amount of money they can afford to pay you is consistent with the level of skill required (and the economics of a large number of people competing for a limited number of surveys and tasks).

In other words, it's not much money.

More often than not, there are more people than there are tasks and surveys to complete… and the companies who hire these market research platforms know that.

So they don't to pay $30, $40 or $50 per survey or task, because they don't have to. There are more than enough people happy to do it for $2 or $3. And there's nothing wrong with that. Sites that pay a few bucks per survey are still a perfectly good way to make some extra money online.

Especially if you've never made money online before.

If making a full-time income online is what you're after though… I hesitate to say don't be discouraged. In fact, you shouldn't be discouraged at all.

Yes, it's harder than doing simple “Cash Monster type tasks”. And yes, it's something you must learn and it takes time. But it's possible. I know it's possible because it's how I earn my income.

You may be at home with children to look after or have challenges with your health. Or maybe you're just sick of your job.

If that’s the case and a full-time income online is what you want, knowing how and where to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

I hope my Cash Monster review has been helpful and if you have any comments, questions or experience with Cash Monster, please share in the comments section below.

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