Hi, thanks for stopping by to check out my Cash4Clickz Review.
I know, making money with just your computer sounds great. Well, it is. And I know where you’re coming from. You probably have things to buy, bills to pay, and maybe even debts to pay.
Could Cash4Clickz be your solution? It says they will pay you $500 per day. In fact, they’ll give you $25 just for signing up.
But will you get paid in the end? Or could you just be wasting your time with this program, system or whatever it is?
You’re hoping it’s legit, I know… but what if Cash4Clickz is a scam?
Read on because I will reveal all in this review. Here are the topics I’m going to discuss:
- What is Cash4Clickz?
- Is Cash4Clicks a Scam?
- How Does it Work?
- Reviews and Complaints
- What I Like About Cash4Clickz
- What I Don’t Like About It
- Where Do You Go From Here?
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for Cash4Clickz. 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 Cash4Clickz?
Cash4Clickz advertises itself as an Influencer Network. What it means is that you’ll make money by referring people on your social network (via your Social Media accounts) to their site.
They also have tasks for you to complete once you’re a registered member. It can be anything from completing surveys, downloading apps, creating videos, and other easy tasks like simply entering your email and creating a password.
Cash4Clickz also claims they pay well (really well), so you might be thinking to yourself, where are they getting their money… I know I did.
Since it's free to join and you're not buying anything, the only logical (legit) explanation is they’re earning money from their sponsors.
In fact, that's what they claim...
They say money generated from ad-spend revenue and sponsorship products is used to pay our members.
But there are two problems here...
The first is that Cash4Clickz claims to have paid out $69 Million. If we're talking about ad revenue and sponsorship dollars... that's the kind of money that sponsors an entire Nascar Team for an entire season.
Those teams are not only known by tens of millions of people, they are loved by their fans.
Cash4Clickz on the other hand is hardly known by anyone (I know, because I can see how many people are coming to read this review... which means until now, they've never heard of Cash4Clickz).
And there's a reason for that. The cash4clickz.com domain name was only registered in October of 2019 (but more on that later).
The second problem is that the way Cash4Clickz answers this question is suspiciously the exact same way some other well-known scams do it (screenshots below)...
In fact, It's not just the highlighted text that's identical to Cash4Clickz.
The entire paragraph from RainMoney, EmotePay and Paid4Clout has been copied and pasted to Cash4Clickz. And if you you were to go through their entire site you'd find that 90% of the text on these copy-cat sites is identical.
And they don't just copy each other. The people behind these sites copy legitimate sites as well.
Survey Junkie (which is a real online survey site) is being copied by these guys and being called SurveyJunkies. By adding an "s" on the end of the name to make it plural, they change it just enough that it's different from the real deal, but hopefully not too different so they can fool people into thinking they're legit.
And since all of these copy-cat websites are scams (and Cash4Clickz is connected to them), it's not looking very good for Cash4Clickz.
I would love to say that "yes, you can earn $500/day with Cash4Clickz", but we're not off to a very good start. I'll pull back the curtain and reveal more lies below, but at this stage... I'm not optimistic.
It would be a safer bet to put your time into well-established and legit survey sites like Survey Junkie, and get-paid-to sites like Inbox Dollars for example. They don't pay anywhere near what Cash4Clickz "claims" to pay... but they actually pay.
If Cash4Clickz is the same as these copy-cat scams, they won't. Countless members have put in hours of effort only to be ignored on payday. And I've been there too. It's not fun.
But what if you want to earn significant money?
For those who prefer something more serious with long-term income potential, an online business could be what you want.
You may be at home because of children to look after, a tough job market, or even a health issue that makes working difficult.
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.
Is Cash4Clickz a Scam?
As I've said, I’ve seen a lot of scams that seem to operate exactly the same way as Cash4Clickz, so I don't think it's a stretch to say that yes, they are a scam.
But I wouldn't want you to just take my word for it. If we're going to accuse Cash4Clickz of being a scam we need good a good reason, right?
How about several good reasons? Let me give you a list of the big lies and red flags I discovered during my research for this review...
Big Lie #1 – The Date Cash4Clickz Was Founded
When I went to the Cash4Clickz about page, it says they were founded in 2015…
This has to be a big lie, because one... most people have never heard of them, and two...
... there's a digital record.
Their website was only registered on October 22, 2019 (screenshot below).
As you can see... the domain name cash4clickz.com was only registered in late 2019... not 2015 as they claim.
Strangely, a site that's similar to Cash4Ckickz in just about every way called Money Genie, also claims to have been founded a few years ago but their domain name was also registered in October of 2019... one day after Cash4Clickz on the 23rd.
Anyway... this entire fake founding date thing also blows a hole in their claim of paying out $69 million dollars because their payment policy is net 30... meaning no one gets paid for at the least 30 days.
And as of this writing, their website is not even 3 weeks old.
That means they've paid out zero dollars... and you don't need a calculator for this one. There is a $69 million dollar discrepancy from what Cash4Clickz says they've paid out, and what they've actually paid out.
That's one big discrepancy, and one big lie.
Big Lie #2 – Parent Company
That same text (as above) also said they are under a Parent company named Zindex, who have apparently been around since 2005.
Well, I searched Google – and Google only knows of something called Z Index. Even Google has zero data on a company called Zindex. Nothing!
Remember, Zindex is supposed to be around since 2005 (parent to multi-million dollar companies), and yet they are nowhere to be found. No online presence.
Big Lie #3 – Reference to a Scam Known as Referral Pay
While still on their About page, I found that they mistakenly referred to themselves as Referral Pay. This one is shocking, because Referral Pay is another so-called "Influencer Site" (very much like Cash4Clickz) – and it has already been exposed by many reviewers as a scam.
Check out the images below from Referral Pay. Their About page is an exact clone of Cash4Clickz (actually, it looks more like Cash4Clickz was cloned from them). Also, check out their Homepage and see how it’s very similar to Cash4Clickz’s own site.
Big Lie #4 – Weak Social Media Presence
As an "Influencer Network", you would expect Cash4Clickz to have a serious Social Media presence, right?
And remember, not only are they a BIG influencer, they are apparently so BIG that we're supposed to believe their sponsorship budget ($69 Million) is the size of an entire Nascar team (to cover a full season).
So let’s see how big their social media presence is…
Upon checking, I found they didn’t have Social Media accounts on major social networking sites. I’m talking about Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn here… legit sites and companies usually have profiles on those Social Media networks.
Especially the size and popularity of a sports team.
I did find their Facebook page though… it only had 1 like and 1 follower (the like and the follower are probably the same person too!).
Again, for an "Influencer Network", this is just weird.
But if you remember, they lied about their age too (see Big Lie #1), so it actually makes sense because at the time of this writing, they’re only about 3 weeks old. So that explains the 1 like and 1 follower on Facebook!
Cash4Clickz is still new (but that doesn't mean they're legit).
Big Lie #5 – Two Address Locations
Digging deeper into Cash4Clickz' website, I noticed they listed 2 different addresses.
On their homepage, it says 4459 Hillview Street, Columbia.
However, on their contact page, it says 6100 Wilshire Blvd., 2nd floor, Los Angeles, California.
In a normal situation this could easily be explained. But with all the other red flags, lies and deceptions going on here, this is just piling on more suspicion.
I’m actually calling this a double red flag because aside from having two addresses, those same addresses (in the same format) also show up on another site called Viral Market, which is a proven scam.
So it goes with out saying that the same fake addresses (and associations) that a well-known and proven scam has, is a serious red flag.
Oh, and by the way... they also have the same discrepancies in their details.
Look closely at the images above and you’ll see they both have operating hours that differ by location:
- Monday to Friday, 8AM to 6PM for their Los Angeles address
- Monday to Friday, 10AM to 6PM for their Columbia address
So I stand corrected… this one is a triple red flag! Of course, we only need one red flag, because we know Viral Market is a scam, so it's a pretty safe assumption that Cash4Clickz is a scam too...
Big Lie #6 – Fake Proof of Payment
Having payment proof is supposed to give you the assurance that something is legit, right?
Well, in the case of Cash4Clickz, they do provide payment proof. Unfortunately they're fake.
Here’s the thing…
Their proof of payments were taken from KashTree. KashTree is yet another one of these sister scam sites. So again, it's a safe assumption the same person (or group of people) are behind this one…
Big Lie #7 – Fake Testimonials
What do fake testimonials tell you? In my opinion, fake testimonials can only mean 1 of 3 things...
- They’re lying about their claims.
- They’re simply out to scam you, or...
- A combination of both 1 and 2.
Look at the image below and you’ll see the testimonials on Cash4Clickz and Viral Market (the scam site I told you about on Big Lie #5). You’ll see they have exactly the same testimonials (but with different images). The names used are exactly the same as well.
Now, look at the next image (further below).
For this, I’m comparing the testimonials on Cash4Clickz with KashTree (the scam site I told you about in Big Lie #6).
Here again you’ll see they used the same fictitious people like this:
- Cash4Clickz’s Bryan S. is KashTree’s Darrius J.
- Cash4Clickz’s Michael D. is KashTree’s David L.
- Cash4Clickz’s Ashlee N. is KashTree’s Ambria N.
But we can take this a step further...
Have a look at the image of Cash4Clickz' member Ashlee N (and KashTree's Ambria N.). Not only can you find her on another one of these scam sites called RainMoney as Cristina Richards, but she also appears on a completely unrelated site called RideFaster as Samantha Wright (images below).
This is all too much. It's a huge rabbit hole if you keep going down it. You find these people on dozens of sites. And those sites lead you to even more sites, and so on...
If they’re weren't scamming people, I would be amused and impressed…
But I'm actually sickened by it, because the reality is that a lot of people are going to spend a lot of time sharing their Cash4Clickz referral links and doing tasks (where some may even give up their common email-password combinations) with the belief they're making money... but when it comes time to get paid, they get nothing.
This is horribly cruel.
You may have serious bills to pay or debts piling up and for a short while Cash4Clickz makes you feel like there's light at the end of the tunnel. That the enormous financial weight you have on your shoulders is finally being lifted...
... and then it comes crashing back down.
I've seen this so many times, and I've experienced it as well.
You are far better to spend your time on legit online survey sites that don't pay as much, but at least they are real.
Market research companies like Survey Junkie are a simple way to get paid for your opinion. Inbox Dollars is another site that pays for doing things you're probably doing online anyway. Things like searching the web, watching videos and visiting websites.
Of course, you won't be able to retire by doing online surveys and sites like these don't make BS claims like Cash4Clickz... but if you've never made money online before, they can be a good place to start.
For something more significant, an online business may be what you're looking for.
Making money from home might be something you need because of medical issues, children to look after, or maybe you're just tired of working for a boss.
If that’s the case, knowing how (and where) to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.
How Does Cash4Clickz Work?
If you’re going to join Cash4Clickz (I advise you not to), you’ll find it’s easy to use. Here are the steps they want you to take, and how they say you'll start earning $500 per day:
- Sign up. They’ll give you $25 just for signing up.
- To earn your $500/day, your tasks will be a combination of the following:
- Refer friends – You’ll earn $2 per click (every time someone clicks on your referral link).
- Get friends to sign up – When your friends click on your referral link and decide to join Cash4Clickz, you’ll earn $10 per person.
- Install and download apps – You can earn anywhere from $10 to $50 for this (well... they say you'll earn that muc).
- Create YouTube videos – Supposedly earn $30 per video... which makes zero sense because they don't need tens of thousands of YouTube videos (which, at $30 each, will cost them hundreds of thousands of dollars) that all say the same thing.
- Task Wall – Other tasks include completing surveys, entering contests, and the like.
3. Get your money (I'll let the cat out of the bag here... they will not pay you. I've seen this over and over many times).
I know everything sounds easy. But before you can withdraw your money, you must be able to meet these minimum requirements (which they told you nothing about in the beginning):
- You should refer at least 5 people (they should sign up, not just click on your link).
- Get at least 20 clicks on your referral link.
- Complete at least 4 of the tasks on your Task Wall.
See how they suddenly make it hard to get your money?
And you thought they would easily give you $25 just for signing up, right? And it's a perfectly fair assumption because that's what they say they'll do.
But it's not that simple. They'll push you to work (do something) to meet the minimum requirements for payout…
And then guess what? It doesn't matter how many hoops you jump through, because they won’t pay you!
I know this because that’s how these copycat scams and so-called Influencer Networks work.
When you request your payment (once you meet all the requirements, of course), any of the following can happen:
- Your request for payment will be denied.
- They’ll tell you that the clicks and signups on your referral link are all fake (and therefore invalid).
- Your account will be banned, or all of a sudden you won’t be able to get in.
To read from real people who are going through this right now (as I write this), check out the comments at the bottom of my Tap2Earn review (another one of these sister scams).
What's Going On?
After learning how Cash4Clickz really works, you may be wondering why they’re doing all this. Here are some possible reasons:
- They're getting you to drive traffic to their sites with the promise of getting paid (but it's a false promise)
- Now, with all this traffic to their site, they’re selling your information (as leads) to third party entities (and who knows what they’ll do to your details).
- They can use your email and password combination to try to hack into your accounts. A certain percentage of people use the same email and password combination for all of their logins.
- They could send you viruses and malware (you’re especially prone to these when you download and install third party apps).
Cash4Clickz Reviews and Complaints
Like I said, Cash4Clickz is still new at the time of this writing, so it’s only natural there are not a lot of complaints about it yet. But just wait a few months…
I've seen this happen over and over and over. A new site like Cash4Clickz pops up, people get excited and share their referral links (and make videos).
Their Cash4Clickz account is growing, showing hundreds (even thousands) of dollars. So they keep sharing their links, and the scam keeps growing.
People then leave comments on reviews like this saying it's real and that we don't know what we're talking about. And then two or three months later we get comments like these...
These complaints above are from another popular version of this scam (from the same people) called Tap2Earn.
And there are more. You can look at real comments (from real people) from another copy-cat mentioned earlier called KashTree (below)...
Those are the types of reviews/complaints you can expect from people when they register to Cash4Clickz and spend a month or two sharing their links online and doing Cash4Clickz tasks.
I hope you won’t be one of the people they scam… not now, not ever.
What I Like About Cash4Clickz
It’s free to join (but it's also free to get scammed, so this is actually NOT a good thing!)
After giving it some thought, the best I could come up with is that Cash4Clickz is a learning lesson, but that's a real stretch. Far more credit than Cash4Clickz deserves.
The truth is, there is nothing I like about it.
What I Don't Like
- Lots of fake information on their site.
- Their content is very similar (if not the same) to a lot of scam sites.
- You’ll be exposed to a lot of online security risks (e.g. hacking, identity theft, etc.).
- Your referrals might hate you for it.
- You won’t be able to cash out.
- You won’t make $500/day.
- The horrible feeling of being scammed. It's just an absolutely terrible feeling. I've been there too.
Where Do You Go From Here?
Beware of Cash4Clickz! It’s a data harvesting site and they’ll sell your information to who-knows-who!
The most important thing to note in this review is that you’re not going to make $500 per day from this so-called Influencer Network because Cash4Clickz is a scam. In fact, you're not even going to make a single dollar.
They’re fake and everything they tell you is a lie.
I know you want that $500/day… Hey, I'd like it too for doing such a little amount of work. But it’s just too good to be true…
I wish I could tell you that Cash4Clickz is legit, and that it'll solve your financial troubles. I know that feeling of finally discovering what you think is the answer. To finally have a way out and a step up to a better life.
Cash4Clickz is not it.
If you haven’t registered with them yet, you shouldn't. Please remember the big lies listed above. But also... don't give up on finding a legit way to make money online. There are ways to do it.
You might be a student in school, an at-home parent, or someone who is just sick and tired of their job.
If that's the case, an online business is what you want.
With all the scams and schemes out there though, knowing how (and where) to get started the right way is what you need in order to get what you want.
Sites like Survey Junkie will pay you for your opinion and Inbox Dollars rewards members for doing small tasks... but I need to be clear. While these sites are legit and they WILL pay you, they don't pay what fake sites like Cash4Clickz says they'll pay.
And for good reason... the economics of these scam sites don't make sense. They can't pay out millions of dollars because they don't have it. No one is buying anything from them and the money they earn from clicks and traffic is pennies compared to the claims they are making.
Again, if something bigger is what you want, an online business might be what you're looking for.
I hope my Cash4Clickz review has been helpful and if you have any comments, questions, or experience with Cash4Clickz, please share in the comments section below.