Welcome to my review of Notion Cash.
This is a new site that claims to pay you $15 per referral and $30 per task you complete. Apparently, members have been paid over $4 million to date.
Sounds exciting, but is this legit or just another scam?
Notion Cash Review
I came across the Notion Cash website (notioncash.com) the other day, while reviewing another site called Kids Earn Cash.
The site claims to be a “one of a kind Social Earning Network”, and says you can earn easy money referring others and completing simple tasks.
But this is simply not true, and here’s why I say this…
First of all, it’s almost identical to the Kids Earn Cash website. And in fact, it is virtually the same as many other sites, it just uses a different name and URL.
Second of all, while this site looks like an easy way to start making money online, it’s really not. Rather, it’s true purpose is to harvest your personal information and profit off of you.
I know this because I’ve seen this exact type of site many times, and nobody ever gets paid.
It appears as though you’re earning money just by sharing your link, but when it comes time to cash out, you get nothing.
You can earn money by completing simple tasks, and by referring others to membership sites. But that is not what is going on here, and I am going to show you why I say this shortly.
Before I do, I want to point out that the testimonials are completely FAKE.
On the website, you’ll see multiple testimonials from people who claim to be earning tons of money with Notion Cash. For example this guy, who claims he’s making easy money using the site…
I’ve reviewed hundreds of programs on this blog over the years, so it’s easy to spot fake testimonials these days. And that’s exactly what this is, a fake testimonial.
Here’s proof that (like all the others) he’s really just an actor from a site called Fiverr.com…
The only money this guy made was from selling a fake testimonial to whoever’s running this site. Period.
Also worth mentioning is that these testimonials are actually for a site called “Influencer Club”. I did some digging and it turns out this is yet another version of this same site, that now redirects to the Notion Cash site.
In other words, Influencer Club was the previous version of this site. And instead of buying new fake testimonials, they’re recycling the old ones because it’s cheaper (lol).
How Does It Work?
The way this site works is by luring you in under false pretences, for the purpose of harvesting your personal information.
They are building a massive ‘sucker list’ complete with names, emails, phone numbers and even physical addresses. Which they will use to sell as much crap to you as humanly possible. And sell this to other unethical marketers, who do the same.
That’s the game, and this is what’s really going on here.
The ‘clever’ part of this scheme is that the site is using unsuspecting people (like you) to plaster their links all over social media. So that more and more people join.
You think you’re earning money by sharing the link, when in reality you’re spreading this scam further, and earning zero dollars in the process.
How do I know this site is total BS?
Because first of all, nobody is paying you $15 for completely random referrals. Plain and simple.
I do affiliate marketing full time, which (in a nutshell) is earning money to generate leads and sales for other companies. So I know first hand that literally no company is paying you this much.
If this was real, there would be some serious vetting in place. Not to mention, actual products would be sold in order to cover that huge referral costs.
Second of all, I’ve seen this same site many times over now.
Most recently, the Kids Earn Cash site which is a complete scam. The way these sites operate is exactly the same, just different names and URLS. I encourage you to read the review I linked to earlier to see what I mean. You will also see that there are TONS of complaints about it online, which I provide proof of.
Third, the so called “tasks” the site gives you to earn $30, aren’t working at the time of writing this.
And even if they do work, they’re not tasks. They are you completing survey after survey after survey, to go in the draw to win something.
This is not a real income method at all.
Verdict – Is Notion Cash a Scam?
Yes, Notion Cash is a scam in my opinion.
The site pretends to be a “social influencer club” where you earn by referring others and completing simple tasks. But the reality is, nobody EVER gets paid a cent.
The people behind this site are collecting as much personal information as possible, so they can profit by sharing/ selling it to other scammers.
This results in tons of SPAM and in some cases can be dangerous. Because you never know who has all of that information and how they will use it.
In any case, this is not a legitimate way to earn money.
After a while people tend to figure this out, once they try to withdraw their money, and nothing happens. This is precisely why the scam needs to continue re-branding itself.
It wouldn’t surprise me if (like all the others) this site goes under in a few months time. As soon as one of these scams is exposed and shut down, a new version takes its place.
What you decide to do is up to you, but I won’t be recommending this.
Update: July 13, 2019
Today, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) issued a Consumer Report, warning people about the Notion Cash scam. You can read the full BBB report here.
Here is a direct quote from the BBB report:
The money appears to tally in the account for each completed task, but when consumers try to apply for payment, often when they reach a $250 threshold or some other set amount, they allege that they are unable to retrieve the promised payment or contact the company for assistance.
Also this comment from the same report:
One possible purpose of this kind of operation may be data harvesting, for the likely intent of selling the consumers’ information to spammers. There is also the possibility of identity theft.
These validate the concerns I posted about this scam from the beginning.
It is only now that people are not getting paid, and more and more complaints and comments roll in, that people are becoming aware that they have been scammed. It won’t be long now until this scam is gone and a new one takes its place, operating under a new name.
Be smart folks, do not spread this scam by inviting people to join it.