You have seen that incredible opportunity to earn $500 a day, haven’t you? It seems it is so easy with this system called Kash Tree.
But does it live up the hype? Is it really possible to earn that amount for such a short period of time?
If you feel like it sounds too good to be true, then you guess right.
You may be asking, is Kash Tree a scam? And believe me, this is a very valid question.
Well, I am glad you’re doing your due diligence and you willing to spend some time doing the research.
This review will reveal all the information about Kash Tree, and from my experience, I can tell right off the bat, there will be mostly red flags.
But let’s start from the beginning.
We are going to check the age of the website, we will try to find out who is behind this system. We will also double-check the testimonials and payment proofs. and most importantly you will learn whether you can really make some money with KashTree or not.
Kash Tree Review
Let’s see how you can start with Kash Tree
- Sign up for a Kash Tree account. You will join other members making money with social media
- Share your link and invite friends to join this system as well. You get $25 for every friend that joins this site
- Cash-out – you can get paid through PayPal, Bitcoin, mailed checks, CashApp and so on
To join this system is actually free. That seems like a good sign.
But how come you can get $25 for each member who joins this free-to-access system? They also can access Kash Tree for free.
Where is the money come from? That you supposedly get paid with.
We will get to that later.
First of all, when I see such claims about earning and how easy it is, I always start by looking at the data about the website/domain.
Let’s check the date of domain registration:
The website kashtree.com was registered in August 2019.
At this point, the information alone doesn’t mean anything fishy.
Who Is Behind the Kash Tree
When you do a product review, you always want to check who the creator or owner is.
With Kash Tree, it is very difficult to find this out. They don’t have a single person mentioned on their website, nor a company. The only thing what I was able to find out is some sketchy address that goes:
According to the information we get from the website whois.com we see that it is registered in Panama and it has the same P.O. Box and telephone number as already mentioned scammy system Notion Cash or CloutBucks.
(BTW I did the CloutBucks review at the end of November. And as I am checking today -as of January 24th, 2020, the website is not available anymore. It was most likely shut down, just like other very similar system called Kids Earn Money. Check the BBB site).
How about KashTree “About Us” page:
Do you remember the date of registration?
It says August 11th, 2019. So how come they are founded in 2015?
Most likely they want to only look like they are experienced people, but the fact is, they still are learning.
To me, it is kind of funny, that they even make such errors on the website. But I am pretty sure they learn and soon they will come up with a newer system, with fewer errors.
How Does It Work?
The better question would be – How come it does NOT Work?
Simply answer – because it is a scam, and there are tons of people complaining about not getting paid.
But let’s go over their dashboard, just briefly.
This is the screenshot of their back-office, where you actually grab your special ink and you can perform these easy tasks.
As you go to perform some tasks, your credit grows, but let me tell you right here, right now, it is only an illusion. The number will probably grow as you go over the tasks, but that’s it.
That credit is not real and it is impossible to cash it out.
When you scroll down you see how much you can earn for performing each task.
On the screenshot above, the tasks are probably too small to read so let me just briefly write them down for you:
- Refer Friends – Earn $25
- Get Clicks – Earn $2
- Complete Surveys – Earn $40
- Create YouTube videos – Earn $50
- Download Apps – Earn $40
This entire system is extremely misleading and outdated as well. Google plus has been closed in April 2019 (it was announced in December 2018 that Google+ was going to be shut down).
The KashTree has been created in August 2019.
As of today’s writing, we still can see the possibility to share the link on Google Plus.
When you click on that this is where you get:
So let’s ask again – how this system work?
It does Not!
The truth about being paid by this system is, that nobody gets paid.
As soon as a person collects enough credit to cash out, the system simply denies the request and shuts down the account.
The person (KashTree member) is accused of the usage of fake referrals and/or clicks. So KashTree shuts down his account.
The Claims vs Facts
Let’s go over the red flags. But I am sure by now you are already aware that we are dealing with a scam here.
1) Registration Date
We have covered this already.
It does not make sense, that the company was founded in 2015, and the website 4 years later. Their business is their website, so the claim about the foundation date is false.
2 ) #1 Influencer Network
To me, the #1 Influencer network, has a lot of followers on social media. Let’s just check how KashTree is doing on some of them:
- Instagram – The page is not available
- Twitter – There is no account
- Facebook – Abandoned profile
- YouTube – A few videos with questionable testimonials (YouTube channel is created August 14, 2019)
3) Payment Proofs
To prove that these proofs are fake, again we need to remember the date of the website registration date.
Yes, it is August 11th, 2019.
Now let’s go over the screenshots, which are supposed to be made by their members:
Obviously these screenshots do no refer to the KashTree. They are taken before the website was created.
You can check a few of the testimonials on their website as well.
But these are not real testimonials. All of them are recorded videos and uploaded them on the KashTree YouTube channel.
This is just one of them:
If you want to check the real testimonials, they are found in the comment section under each video.
Her is the screenshot of a few of them:
To be completely honest, these people might have to get paid a few bucks.
But I am not quite sure why she says $15 for referral whereas on the website it says $25.
– is this another error?
5) Cash Out – Impossible
We have touched this already.
The bottom line is that nobody gets paid. We have seen also other comments – people are complaining about KashTree being a scam.
The scenario is the same for all these systems – You want to cash out, and your request is rejected because you have used fake referrals or clicks.
6) Brands they work with
I don’t have a proof that KashTree does not work with these brands, but I am willing to bet $10,000 that these companies have no idea who or what the KashTree is.
What I like
- There is nothing I like about the Kash Tree.
Actually, on second thought, I like how easy they make for us to spot the red flags. One does not have to dig too deep to find out that this entire system is just
What I don’t like
- Fake testimonials
- Fake income claims
- Fake income proofs
How About An Alternative?
What do I have in my mind regarding the KashTree?
It is fake, scam, fugazy; “Fuggetaboutit”
I know how you feel – you wanted to find a system on how to make some bucks on the side and what you have found?
I am sorry about that, but there are many systems like these.
I hope that you have gained some perspective and if you want I can share with you how to really make some money online.
It is not about surveys, it is not MLM and certainly, I would not show you the get-rich-quick scheme.
What I am about to show you is a system that teaches how to build a sustainable online business. I understand that your mind was wired to get some quick bucks.
But I think you understand that to build a legitimate business online takes an effort and time.
You can have a look at my review of this platform called Wealthy Affiliate to learn more.
Also, I have decided to show you the difference between the scammy system and a real deal:
KashTree is definitely a scam.
Stay away from it. If you happened to sign up and you have used your regular email address and password, make sure you change your password right away.
Seriously, this system goes after the data, whether it is email, phone number, PayPal, or other personal data.
They sell these data to a 3rd party. They do not have to earn much for 1 email, but probably a dollar or two they get.
With the amount of traffic they are getting, they probably have a few hundred thousand of emails collected.
What else they could do with emails?
Have you ever bought something on Amazon? What kind of data do you enter while accessing the Amazon?
Your email and password, right?
Well, think about that.
You probably use different passwords, but do you know how many people have just 1 password for everything?
That is why it may be very dangerous to fall for this scam.
Let me know in case you have questions, regarding the KashTree or any other system that you have experience with and it resembles the KashTree.
I have a feeling that there will be more of them.
Thank you for reading