Welcome to my ZoanCash Review, I’m glad you’re here.
I'm sure you've noticed things are not great with the economy right now. Everyone is struggling and if you're overwhelmed by debt or buried under a stack of bills, ZoanCash sound's like the perfect solution.
They claim you can make $300 per day.
That's great, if it's real. I've seen a lot of make-money systems and platforms that promise you a lot of money, but don't deliver. I'm sure you've seen quite a few too.
I must admit, at first glance, ZoanCash looks like another one.
They say you can earn $15 for every referral you get to join, and having been involved in this industry for awhile, I can tell you, that's extremely generous.
In fact, it's so generous, I'll go out on a limb right now and call ZoanCash a scam, because the average for legit sites is roughly $1 – $3 per referral.
But to be fair, before I jump to conclusions, ZoanCash and you deserve an in-depth review and that's what I'm going to give you.
In this review, I'll explain what ZoanCash is, how they work and whether they can help you solve you financial troubles (or if they're just a scam)… because we all want money, and we'd like to make it online – as quickly as possible. Am I right?
I mean, I like buying food and I'm sure you do too. That requires money. And of course, there are bills to pay and medicines to buy. You probably have your own expenses, needs and wants – and I get it. You're not alone. We all need money to live in this world, and that’s the bottom line.
So, the specific topics I'm going to cover in this review are:
- What is ZoanCash?
- Is ZoanCash a Scam?
- How Does ZoanCash Work?
- ZoanCash Reviews and Complaints
- What I Like About ZoanCash
- What I Don’t Like
- Where Do You Go From Here?
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for ZoanCash. 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 ZoanCash?
ZoanCash is the #1 Influencer Network – well, that’s according to them.
You can earn money on their site by joining and inviting others to also join their platform. This is supposed to be easy to do on social media by simply posting your referral link and waiting for people to click on it.
I've been at this awhile and I can tell you, getting people to click on your link isn't so easy. But, let's pretend it is. Does that mean making money with ZoanCash is easy?
If it were legit maybe, but what if they're a scam?
Is ZoanCash a Scam?
I suppose we should start by defining what a scam is. According to Wikipedia, a scam (or confidence trick) is an attempt to defraud a person or group by gaining their confidence.
ZoanCash is doing a lot here to gain our confidence. They claim to be the #1 Influencer Network. They provide testimonials and payment proof.
They give us a nice story of humble beginnings in 2008, to today being the online powerhouse they've become.
Yes, ZoanCash is all about gaining our confidence. Are they also trying to defraud us?
Let me show you some red flags to help you decide if ZoanCash is legit or a scam…
Red Flag #1 – No Founder/Creator
There’s nowhere on ZoanCash’s site that tells us who their founders/creators are. This is a huge red flag because scammers usually hide their identities so you won’t be able to go after them when they scam you.
If you think of all the other major influencer networks, you might think of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok and several others. With all of them, you can easily look up the CEO, which company they're associated with and so on…
That's not the case here. Despite doing a lot of research, I could find no information on who owns ZoanCash, or where they're from. I know they say they're located in Amsterdam, but I could find nothing to confirm that. I also reached out to them by email, and as you might guess, they did not respond.
This isn't a smoking gun. It doesn't prove ZoanCash is a scam. But it is one of several red flags that get even more suspicious from here.
Red Flag #2 – Fake Founding Date
According to ZoanCash’s About page, they were founded in March of 2008.
Upon further investigation, however, I discovered that they only started on March 5, 2020. At the time of writing this ZoanCash review, they’re only around 3 weeks old.
I’m sure the 12-year difference on their founding date is not a typo. They’re just lying to all of us and want us to believe that they’ve been around for a long time. Their age is supposed to boost their credibility… (and gain our confidence).
It's clear they are lying.
And to be honest, I'm not surprised. As I mentioned earlier, the amount of money they're talking about is not realistic for get-paid-to sites like this.
While they're talking about $15 per referral, legit sites average between $1 and $3 dollars, which is still not bad if you have a decent source of traffic.
Sites like surveyjunkie.com and Inbox Dollars for example, won't make you rich, but they're at least real. They have legitimately been around for many years and they are well established (unlike ZoanCash).
They can also be a stepping stone to something more serious like an online business.
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 – No Online Presence
As the #1 Influencer Network, we would expect ZoanCash to have a social media presence, right?
The truth is, they don’t have any footprints on the internet – which is understandable because they’re only a few weeks old at the time of this writing.
And don’t be fooled by the social media icons on their site – because those are just “decorations.” If you click on one (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram), you will only be taken back to their site’s homepage.
So I'm calling BS on their #1 Influencer claim.
In fact, now that I think about it, I've never heard of ZoanCash until recently. You probably haven't either. So how can they be the #1 Influencer if you've only learned about them recently?
I'm sure that's not the case for the real influencer networks, like Instagram or Linkedin for example.
Red Flag #4 – Fake Payment Proofs
With the way this review is going, I had serious doubts about ZoanCash's payent proofs.
And, as expected, I'll tell you now… ALL the payment proofs on the ZoanCash site are fakes.
I’ll show you some of the most obvious ones (screenshots below). Please note that these are dated January 14, 2020, January 25, 2020, and January 27, 2020…
As you now know, ZoanCash only started on March 5, 2020, so how can they have payment proof from January 2020… when they didn't even exist?
Red Flag #5 – Fake Testimonials
If you don’t know it yet, scam sites usually use stock photos for their testimonials – and that’s what ZoanCash did. The testimonials on their site are ALL FAKES, and I’ll show you proof in the next red flag.
Red Flag #6 – A Clone of NextCash?
You will see in the screenshots below that ZoanCash has exactly the same members and testimonials as another site called NextCash.
In fact, you'll notice that it's not only the testimonials, but both of these sites are almost identical.
In the next screenshot, you will see that ZoanCash and NextCash also have the same site design/layout…
The red flag here is not only that ZoanCash and NextCash are identical, but that NextCash has already been exposed as a scam!
Red Flag # 7 – A Clone of Tap2Earn?
Tap2Earn is another sister clone site of ZoanCash – and I’ll show you some evidence.
Of course, you already know that ZoanCash didn’t even exist yet in 2019. But there’s a bigger red flag here – Tap2Earn is a HUGE SCAM.
Red Flag #8 – A Clone of Cash4Clickz?
Yet another sister clone site of ZoanCash is called Cash4Clickz. Below is a screenshot of excerpts from their FAQs page – you will see they are word for word copies of each other.
There’s no doubt about it that the same people are behind ZoanCash and Cash4Clickz, and the other scams. Cash4Clickz, like the rest of them, is also a scam!
So… is ZoanCash is a scam?
Well, if it walks like a duck and quacks likes a duck, it's probably a duck.
So yes, ZoanCash is a scam!
How Does ZoanCash Work?
According to the ZoanCash site, you just need to register your information on their platform to join.
And get this… they’ll give you $25 as a signup bonus just for joining. They’ll also pay you $10 for every referral…
But wait, $10 doesn't sound right, even though that's what it says (screenshot above).
I'm sure I mentioned $15 per referral a couple times already. Where did I get that idea?
On their homepage, that's where. ZoanCash says on homepage they’ll pay you $15 per referral…
Now, don’t get confused. We already established in the earlier part of my ZoanCash review that they’re a scam, and it's typical for scam sites like these to just just copy and paste text from one to the other.
Anyway, if you go inside their site, they have more earning opportunities such as answering surveys, signing up to membership sites, downloading apps, playing/testing games, uploading YouTube videos, etc.
Their tasks pay up to $50 to $60! But here's the thing… they won’t pay you.
Let me explain…
How ZoanCash REALLY Works…
Aside from scamming you of your earnings, ZoanCash will also steal your personal information (e.g. name, address, email, password, bank account information, etc.). Hacking, identity theft, and spamming are just some of the possible outcomes of joining their site.
The Better Business Bureau has already issued a warning about scam sites like ZoanCash.
In the screenshots below, you'll see some excerpts from BBB’s consumer report. They’re warning the public about two scam sites called Notion Cash and Kids Earn Money. Both of which are sister scams from the same people who brought you ZoanCash.
Do note the following:
- These scam sites pretend to be social media influencer platforms or market research firms.
- They’re offering unrealistically high payouts for very simple tasks.
- In the end, when it's time to cash out, they won’t pay you.
If you'd rather not have your accounts hacked and your personal information stolen, you can earn some extra money with “legit” online survey sites.
I want to be clear though. Legit sites don't pay the crazy amounts that ZoanCash promises to pay. Sites like Survey Junkie for example are are a simple way to get paid for your opinion and Inbox Dollars pays for doing things you may be doing online anyway, like searching the web, watching videos and visiting websites.
But these sites pay what you might expect. It's a little extra “end of the month” money, not a full-time income. If you've never made money online before though, 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.
ZoanCash Reviews and Complaints
Since ZoanCash is only a few weeks old at the time I'm writing this review, I didn’t find any complaints yet. But this is not unusual.
ZoanCash is not getting accused of scamming people yet because at this time people haven't yet cashed out their earnings. They have a minimum requirement inside such as the following:
- At least 5 clicks.
- At least 5 referrals.
- At least 5 completed tasks.
Below are screenshots of complaints on Tap2Earn (their sister clone/scam site on red flag #7) and Cash4Clickz (their sister scam/clone site on red flag #8). Pretty soon, people will also be saying the same thing about ZoanCash (believe me, I've seen this several times before…)
As you can tell, it's a similar story every time. People are not getting paid the amount of money they're owed. Actually… they're not getting paid at all.
What I Like About ZoanCash
There would be a lot of things to like about ZoanCash, if it were real. But it's not.
The truth is, ZoanCash is a scam and there's nothing I like about it.
What I Don't Like
- ZoanCash is a scam
- They give you hope, and they make you feel like your life is going to get better. But then they refuse to pay you and your hopes are crushed.
- ZoanCash is a data harvesting scam that will sell your information, hack your accounts and use your personal credentials for identity fraud.
Where Do You Go From Here?
I did my best to present you with a balanced review, but it's pretty hard when you're dealing with a flat-out scam.
ZoanCash is simply oozing with red flags. There is no doubt they're a scam and it would be good to stay away from it in my opinion. If you can prevent other people from joining their site as well, that’s also good. And I’m sure they’ll thank you for it.
I know you want to make money online and it's money you need. I hate to say it though… ZoanCash is not the pot of gold you were looking for. It's not the pot of gold I was looking for either.
That's the bad news…
The good news? Well, you can make money online. It's just not as easy as ZoanCash makes it out to be. If you're serious about earning an income online, it's going to take some time and effort.
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.
Again, as I said earlier… they won't make you rich just to be clear. If you've never made money online before though, they can be a good first step and possibly lead to bigger things down the road.
I hope my ZoanCash review has been helpful and if you have any comments, questions, or experience with ZoanCash, please share in the comments section below.