Welcome to my Ultra Cash Review. I’m glad you’re here.
You probably saw Ultra Cash’s "Make $200 Today" claim and want to know if they’re legit, or just another scam – and I can’t blame you. If you think it’s all too good to be true, you’ll be shocked at what I’m about to tell you.
I’m sure $200 a day sounds really nice, but if they’re a scam, you could end up losing money instead of making money. I don’t want that to happen to you because I’ve also been scammed before (and I know how terrible it feels).
But don’t worry, because I’ve got you covered in my Ultra Cash review 🙂
We're going to talk about who Ultra Cash is, what they do, how they work and of course, whether they're the real deal or just another fake get-rich-quick scheme.
Here are the specific topics I’m going to cover:
- What is Ultra Cash?
- Is Ultra Cash a Scam?
- How Does Ultra Cash Work?
- Ultra Cash Reviews and Complaints
- What I Like About Ultra Cash
- What I Don’t Like
- Where Do You Go From Here?
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for Ultra Cash. 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 Ultra Cash?
Ultra Cash has dubbed themselves as the #1 Influencer network. They say they’ll connect you (a Social Media Influencer with followers) with companies and big brands. You and your referrals can then express your opinions via surveys and tasks and “influence” how products and services are developed and produced.
More money sounds good, but really, it's a big red flag.
While legit sites are paying a few cents to a few dollars for surveys, Ultra Cash is claiming to pay as much as $20 or more (yes, for the same simple surveys). So what's going on here?
I'll talk about their other payment claims below...
... but it's hard not to wonder. Is Ultra Cash legit?
Please read on…
Is Ultra Cash a Scam?
So I'll start with this. I've seen the claim of being the #1 Influencer Network before. In fact, I've seen it many times on sites like Use2Earn, Social Bounty and Click4Kash. There are dozens of sites where this exact claim is being made, and each of those sites has been proven to be scam.
Is Ultra Cash different?
At first glance, no. So far Ultra Cash is looking exactly like those other scams, but before we jump to conclusions, let's uncover some red flags to make sure we're being thorough.
The potential concerns that Ultra Cash is a scam, are..
Red Flag #1 – Fake Founding Date
According to Ultra Cash, they started in March 2017 (okay, no big deal... but let's look a little closer).
They say 2017... but when I checked the registration date for ultracash.net (their official website)... I found something different.
I found the truth:
Their site was only registered on December 6, 2019 (see screenshot below).
This means they’re lying about their age.
Existing for a couple of years would have made their site more credible (and trustworthy)... however, at the time of this Ultra Cash review, they are barely 2 months old.
So much for credibility.
This is also consistent with the same pattern found in similar scams that appear to be part of the same network (they use the same format, the same text, the same marketing stragegies, promises etc.).
So. we know they're lying about their age. What else could they be lying about?
You’re about to find out.
Red Flag #2 – Fake History
Aside from their fake founding date, here are their other lies:
- They were mentioned in Forbes and named as the #1 Influencer site – 2017
- They expanded and partnered with more than 300 companies – 2018
- They were invited to advertisement summits and won awards – 2019
We already know that they were only established in December of 2019, so their entire history is also a fake.
You can also do a search for Ultra Cash on Forbes and they are not mentioned.
Again... they are lying!
This is big problem. You're trusting Ultra Cash with some personal information and you're also spending a lot of time referring others... to a site you know is lying.
You're better off recommending legit sites, even though they don't pay as much. Real survey sites like surveyjunkie.com and swagbucks.com won't make you (or the people you recommend) rich, but at least you can feel confident knowing you're working with an honest company.
That doesn't mean they're perfect of course.
If you're looking for a something more serious, an online business is what you want.
You may be at home because of difficulties with your health for example, or young ones to look after.
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.
Red Flag #3 – Fake Payment Proofs
Ultra Cash has a Payment Proof page on their site to show they’re legit and paying their members. However, all their payment proofs are suspicious, especially those that are dated November 29, 2019 and September 19, 2018 (because Ultra Cash's website did not exist).
ultracash.net was registered in December of 2019.
So... if Ultra Cash only started on December 6, 2019... how did members join and earn money from Ultra Cash in September and November?
There's really no wiggle room here. The domain registration databases that are public record are not only accurate, but impossible for to change. I mean... impossible for 99.999% of the population.
I'm sure there are some excellent hackers that can get in there and do it, but why would they?
But even if that were the case, and we're wrong about Ultra Cash so far... the next red flag exposes who they really are.
Red Flag #4 – Ultra Cash is A Clone of Tap2Earn?
Below is a screenshot of Ultra Cash’s FAQs page on their site, followed by the FAQ page of another website called Tap2Earn…
Now, please take a look at Tap2Earn’s FAQs page below... notice any similarities?
As you can see, their FAQ pages are very VERY similar. I mean... pretty much identical except for a few minor changes.
And here’s the thing...
Tap2Earn has already been exposed as a scam. And that's not all...
They are also a confirmed part of the scam network I talked about before... which means the same people are behind all of these scam sites... and Ultra Cash is definitely one of them.
Red Flag #5 – Ultra Cash Fake Testimonials
Here we are again with some suspicious similarities between Ultra Cash and Tap2Earn.
Below is a screenshot of Ultra Cash and Tap2Earn’s Testimonials.
You can see that they’re not only VERY similar. They are literally copying and pasting the text from one site to the other.
And don’t be fooled by the pictures, because they’re all stock photos and the names are all fakes (just like their testimonials).
So, is Ultra Cash a scam? Yes... they are.
How Does Ultra Cash Work?
Look, if you've been spending your time doing Ultra Cash tasks and getting referrals to earn money, I know the feeling. While I haven't used Ultra Cash specifically (because we now know they are a scam), I have been scammed by similar sites before and I know how it feels.
Especially after putting in your time and effort.
If you haven't joined yet, and you're not sure what they do... here is how Ultra Cash is supposed to work.
Ultra Cash makes it sooo easy to earn money on their site. At least... they make it seem as if you're earning easy money on their site.
You just need to register (for free) and they’ll even credit your Ultra Cash account with a $25 sign up bonus. Wow!
Inside, they’ll require you to do some tasks to earn more money. You’ll have a task wall of available tasks where you can earn through the following:
- Get people to sign up to your referral link – $10
- Get paid for clicks on your referral link - $2
- Answer surveys - $20 - $30
- Download apps - $20 - $30
- Upload YouTube videos (promoting their site) - $50
You can see all those tasks are VERY easy, and that’s why it you can $200 (or more) in a day with no experience or special skills.
But here's the thing...
When have you been offered that kind of money for doing little, to almost no work without any experience or skills?
And if anyone could do it, wouldn't they?
I mean... I don't know a single person who would NOT sit at home and do things like download an app for $20 - $30. Or upload a 30 second YouTube video for $50. Just about every one would.
I'd do it too...
The kind of money we're talking about here ($200+ per day) would replace 80% of all jobs on the planet. Maybe more.
And, studies show that 8-9 people out of 10 hate their job. So, who wouldn't sign up and earn their income at home with Ultra Cash?
It would be all over the news! This is the kind of once in a lifetime opportunity that would literally go a long way to solving global poverty.
And yet, hardly anyone has even heard of Ultra Cash. Since you're reading this review, there's even a good chance it's your first time hearing about them.
The truth is... they're not real.
First, you won’t be able to immediately cash out your $25 sign up bonus because they have a minimum requirement of tasks before you can cash out, such as the following:
- At least 5 referrals
- At least 15 clicks
- At least 5 completed tasks
The way these scam sites work is they’ll try to hold on to you by making you believe you’re earning money...
They’ll credit your account and let you accumulate money as you complete tasks. You’ll only find out you’ve been scammed when they lock you out or accuse you of fraud when you attempt to cash out.
In other words, you'll never see your money.
Sadly, as I’ve mentioned above... I've already seen a lot of these scams and clone sites. They’re everywhere.
Look, I know they don't pay nearly as much as these scams are promising...
... but you can still make money with things like online survey sites.
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.
Ultra Cash Reviews and Complaints
As I said in the early part of this review, Ultra Cash is currently only a couple of months old (it may be older by the time you're reading this).
And that’s the reason why complaints about their services are still nonexistent. In a few months, I believe complaints will start to show up as those who’ve been scammed start to spread the word on the internet to warn others.
That has been the exact pattern we've seen from every other scam in their network.
For example, below are screenshots of reviews and complaints on Tap2Earn (their sister clone/scam site). You can see people’s experiences about how they were scammed.
The Better Business Bureau has also warned consumers of this type of scam. Two of Ultra Cash’s sister scam/clone sites called Notion Cash and Kids Earn Money were busted, which is why BBB issued a Consumers Alert.
The BBB warns people of market research/Influencer platform sites, high payouts for signing up, high payouts for referrals and clicks, etc. (exactly those things that Ultra Cash is promising).
According to BBB, here are some of the risks involved in joining these sites:
- Identity theft – when you give your personal information
- Hacking – they can use your email and password combination
- Spamming – they can sell your email to spammers
- Getting your money stolen – when you give your payment information/bank details/credit card information
What I Like About Ultra Cash
I would have liked Ultra Cash if they were legit. I mean... who wouldn't? $200/day for a little bit of effort online...
But as you can see, Ultra Cash is complete BS. They’re just a scam like their other sister clone sites, so there is nothing I like about them.
What I Don't Like
- Ultra Cash is a scam and they’re scamming innocent people.
- They have a lot of these clone scam sites.
- All the lies!
- They get your hopes and then crush them.
- Using Ultra Cash is extremely dangerous and can lead to identity theft and having your accounts hacked.
Where Do You Go From Here?
Ultra Cash is a scam – in my opinion you should stay away from it.
If you've already joined their site, it would be best to change your passwords immediately.
You may have already spent hours promoted Ultra Cash to your friends, family and others online and I know... it sucks. You'll have money accumulating in your Ultra Cash account but like all of their other scams, they'll either lock you out or claim they've discovered fraud and refuse to pay.
You may also want to let your friends know and you can show them this Ultra Cash review. We’re all in this together because none of us want to get scammed, right?There are indeed legit ways to make money online, but Ultra Cash is not one of them.
You might be a student in school or a single parent at home. You may have health challenges that make regular work difficult, or maybe you just hate your job and you’re desperate for a way out.
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.
I hope my Ultra Cash review has been helpful and if you have any comments, questions, or experience with Ultra Cash, please share in the comments section below.