I recently came across this program and immediately noticed some things you should be aware of before you get involved with this system so I did a review called What Is ShareCash About – The Truth, so you are informed before getting involved.
Just so you know, I am not associated with ShareCash in any way. If you are looking for an honest opinion on this program then keep reading as I reveal the truth about this program.
Hi, I’m Richard, after getting burned too many times from scams online I decided to take action and fight back by researching the make money programs online and to share with you the truth about them and whether they are legit or not.
In fact, you’re about to learn some nasty tricks that these scammers are using to steal people’s money.
Congrats by the way for taking the time to research the product before purchasing it.
This is a great step in preventing yourself from getting burned by the many scams while you search for a legit program to make money online.
You can read my article on “How To Know A Scam” here, this will help you spot most of the scams out there.
So, in this review, I will go over what to expect from ShareCash and the chances of you making money with it.
OK, let’s get started…
Product: Make money online
Cost: Free to Join with charges that apply within the program
The very first thing you need to know about this program is that:
- you do NOT make $500 a day from social media as they claim you will.
- they will NOT hand over any so-called free PayPal money as you may have seen on YouTube videos.
If you don’t read any further then you must understand those two points…
… however, I will continue to uncover the full truth about this shady program and I will also share with you a legit training program that you can actually make money with for real.
First, Let’s clear up those YouTube videos…
… Those YouTube videos are created by people like yourself trying to make money by advertising for free for the program believing that they will make a lot of money from it. Those that put all the effort into making those videos don’t make a dime and in fact, they don’t realize this until many months later.
Meanwhile, the program is getting all of this free advertising to lure more people into, well, you guessed it, to make more videos for them.
To be honest with you this is the first time I have seen a program posing as another type of program.
ShareCash is using what they call a GPT (Get paid to) website. I am sure we have all heard about those survey sites where you fill out a survey online for a few bucks or credits. These sites will pay for completing a survey, installing an app, watch an ad etc. Keep in mind not all of them pay out as they say they will either.
ShareCash is pretending to be like one of those programs where you get paid for creating a video or something else. However, they fail to pay any money out to anyone, that’s right, no one is getting any money from these crooks.
ShareCash will NEVER pay any money to anyone
If you haven’t signed up yet, good for you however if you are one of those that have signed up then you wasted your time. Just delete the videos so you don’t promote them any longer.
We as a community have to fight against these crooks because the Government won’t and can’t.
The sad thing is that many of these scams out there are created by the same company using false information to hide behind.
So how does ShareCash make money?
ShareCash makes money on what they call a CPA.
Every time a specific action is created ShareCash will get money for completing the action. However ShareCash doesn’t complete the action, the public who signed up for the program completes the action and never sees a dime because ShareCash keeps it all for themselves.
The actions can be anything from:
- signing up for a trial program
- completing a survey (I am sure we have all seen these)
- installing a program like a game to try
- filling out forms with specific information
- even sharing your phone number or email
The whole process its self is not a scam, it’s the intention of the owner not willing to share the money with those that complete the tasks make it a scam.
Here, let me explain ShareCash’s scam…
ShareCash promises to pay you a whopping $500 / day with no work involved. They will also give you $25 just for signing up.
This in itself looks very good with the honest person when they don’t realize they are dealing with a con artist.
Hey, we would all love to receive $525 bucks a day for doing nothing right.
Inside the program they claim that they will pay you:
- $2 for each click you get on your special code or link
- $10 for each person who joins ShareCash under your link
- another $30 for each task that you complete from the task wall
- and $50 for creating a YouTube video promoting ShareCash
Ok, that’s all great and all but we want to see the money. So you do a few things and try and claim the money just to prove it works. And if it works you will be willing to give it a bigger go right?
The problem is that ShareCash won’t let you cash out any money until the following requirements are met:
- you have to refer at least 5 people to the platform
- Complete at least 5 of the tasks on it’s $30 Taskwall
- Reach a minimum of $500 in earnings
- and have at least 20 clicks on your unique referral link
Ok, it got you by surprise and now you are willing to give it a go-to reach the limits so you can get the money or quit.
You work your butt off and now you are there, time to pay up boys.
You find the “request payment” button and click on it…
… wow, it worked.
Time To Get Paid
So you clicked the button for payout…
ShareCash gives you the payout number and tells you to expect it in a couple of weeks. They also tell you to keep working as you did while you wait for the payment to make even more money for the next payout.
You finally get an email from ShareCash stating:
So now you are steaming and want to contact Fraud Department right? God damn right.
But, when you try and contact ShareCash’s Fraud Department as suggested, no one will ever answer your email because…
… well, the email they provided to you is…
If you haven’t read my article on “How To Know A Scam” yet, may I suggest you do it soon? This article covers all the little tricks and telltale signs that indicate a scam. That’s how I knew this program was a scam as soon as I saw it and it didn’t matter how many testimonials they had or how many YouTube videos they had up. You can still tell the scam from the legit.
It doesn’t matter that they just lost another person because they make a lot of money off of you and your videos are still running, bringing in more customers to do the same thing to them.
I know, I have been there my friend.
All those people you referred to the site are just waiting for the same thing to happen to them. And there is no way to warn them while they are referring more people as well.
And the sad thing is the government won’t shut them down. Besides even if they do, they will just do the same thing again under another name.
Now the internet is full of those videos claiming:
“ShareCash Lets You Make $500 per Day From Social Media – Free Paypal Money!”
When you get a chance to delete those videos, let’s not support those scams any longer.
Who Can Benefit From ShareCash
I think it’s pretty clear that no one benefits from ShareCash.
ShareCash is a scam and should be avoided.
If you sign up for this you are wasting your time getting someone else rich.
I believe my review about What Is ShareCash About is pretty clear would you say?
Based on everything I have mentioned in this review…
… ShareCash is one of the biggest scams out there.
The Cons of ShareCash:
- the first thing is the unrealistic claims to lure people into it
- fake testimonials from paid actors
- fake contact information
- fake proofs
- unknown owners which are typical of scams
- BBB has many complaints about this program
- and being unable to cashout
I don’t know about you but I don’t trust anyone that puts false claims on their advertising. If they are dishonest upfront then what do you expect to find inside their program? That’s right dishonesty.
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Don’t fall for the fake programs out there, sometimes it’s very hard to tell the bad ones from the few good ones when you’re just starting.
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I would love to know if you found my review helpful and informative, please leave your questions in the comments section below and I will be glad to answer them for you.
Have a great day
8 thoughts on “What Is ShareCash About – The Truth”
Thank you so much for sharing your review on what is sharecash.
People really need to know about these types of sites. I used to hunt around alot for sites like this until I signed up to weathly affiliate which actually teaches you something and one can achieve their goal by learning how to create a profitable website and online business.
The thing with these sharecash sites are that they suck in vulnerable people which are trying to make quick cash.
In reality your right they are using these people to gain free advertising and people can spend hours wasting their time on these.
What I find most annoying is that alot of these people end up signing up to these tasks which cost people money in the long run and most charge a daily rate.
In the end the person is stuck trying to unsubscribe from these subscriptions they have fallen trapped into.
I am so happy you have shared this so more people can be aware.
I like your article on how to know a scam too. It is very informative.
Hi Kay it’s so good to hear from you. I am very pleased to hear you enjoy my articles. It is sad how these types of sites trick and take advantage of vulnerable people however like I said in the article, it’s up to us, to learn and avoid those nasty sites. I write these articles to help but not everyone finds my articles in time.
Thanks so much for dropping by and leaving a comment, I really appreciate it.
All the best
Isn’t it annoying programs and scams like this exist and no law can get to them? I hate these con artists, especially because it is so often the desperate people who really need help that fall for it.
I often have some kind of a mixed opinion about the mentioning of these scams. Should you mention it and give them in reality again a platform, or shouldn’t you mention it. Can you understand what I mean? I am not diminishing your truthful article in any way. It’s just something that pops into my head every time I read about either scams or attention seakers etc.
Nevertheless, I am glad you took the time to warn people and I sure hope that anyone that wanted to sign up does the investigation and reads this.
Hi Hannie, first I want to thank you for leaving a comment on my post today, I really appreciate it. Yes, those scams are annoying however not as much as if you are the one that ends up losing money with them, and trust me there are plenty that does.
The problem is it can be very hard to distinguish between the good programs and the scams. Scammers lie by using words that the person searching is looking to solve. IE: make $1000 starting today. This statement is meant for anyone that is desperate for money and needs it today.
I did write an article called ‘How To Know A Scam‘ that I am hoping will help many newcomers in avoiding those scams. If they search for the question hopefully they will find my article.
You mentioned, “Should we be even mentioning these scams at all?
Yes, The internet makes it very difficult for Governments to control them. It takes a huge amount of resources to ban just one of them only to have 10 pop up in its place. And by not talking about it does not make them go away.
If you don’t buy into them they won’t make any money. So, The best way to beat the scammers in my opinion is by educating the beginners on both the legit programs and the scams. This way they have a better idea of what they are getting involved in.
I appreciate you coming by and leaving a comment Hannie,
All the best and stay safe
OK, Richard, that makes sense. Thanks for putting my mind at ease. 🙂
Knowing myself, it won’t stop me questioning what I hear and read, but that doesn’t matter. I consider that one of my strong points. Which, as you know, always is one’s weak point as well. So sometimes my critical mind gives me a hard time. 😀
You gave me an extra ‘handle’ to weave into my thoughts. Thanks.
Yes, we all do get stuck in our old ways there is no denying that. Like I said though if we don’t buy they don’t make the money however it does not mean the ad will be taken down either.
It doesn’t cost anything to leave a video ad running on Youtube and in fact, they will make a little through advertising but it’s not very much.
They just leave the ads running and somethings when people see an ad a lot they become curious about the product and then jump into it. If we all did our research on a product before buying it they would learn more about the product and its quality. Of course, again we all don’t do our research either and therefore yes I am sure they will get sales that way.
I try and do my part by educating others, a least I am trying to help. If I can save one person from falling for the crap out there then I think my article was worth it, and I know you would not fall for this scam.
Thank you for your reply Hannie
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Thank you for dropping by and leaving a comment today. You are very welcome, I am glad you enjoyed it.
Best of luck in the new year.