Is Viral Cash App Scam?

I have stumbled upon a new product on the ClickBank page again. This one is called Viral Cash App. From what I have seen, it is probably a great product to promote, but probably not that good if someone wants to use it as learning material. That might raise a question, is Viral Cash App a scam?

We will check that as well, but since it is promoted on ClickBank, you still can get your money back.

We will check the price of this App and whether there are any hidden fees, like upsells, and how much are they.

UPDATE October 2019

This system or App is not available anymore. I have checked the website and it does not exist anymore.
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As I said, here is the link to learn more.

Name: Viral Cash App
Website: www.viralcashapp.com
Price: Advertised Price $47 + Upsells
Owners: Mathew

Product Overview

Viral Cash App is an application which according to the owner creates pages containing viral videos. On these pages, you will then add your affiliate links or your ads. People would click on any of those and you will get paid.

Sounds brilliant.

Basically, you don’t have to create a video and post it on YouTube. The only work you will be doing is to grab a video with tons of views and share it via this App on the specific page called viralsyndicator dot com. 

The Good & the Bad

  • The idea is not Bad
  • Money-Back Guarantee
  • n/a

 

  • No Educational Platform
  • Unrealistic Income Claims (hard to get traffic)
  • Upsells up to $443

 

Who is it For?

It does not happen that often that in the sales video the spoke-person sets some requirements. In fact, there are 3 of them which you must match. Otherwise, you are out of the game and this product is not for you. So here are the “very special” requirements in order to become a beta tester.

  1. You have to have a basic level of computer skills, but not advanced. If you are advanced – this is not for you
    (I am a little bit wondering why it would not work for advanced computer users)
    You need to know how to copy and paste and how to send emails
  2. You watch and share videos regularly on Facebook or YouTube.
    Mathew highlights the sharing part. Meaning, if you only watch videos, this is not for you.
    If you do both, you pass this 2nd qualification
  3. You will post a minimum of 10 videos using the Viral Cash App (VCA)
    Allegedly it has been found that 10 posts are just perfect to create the maximum effect for your account. So 10 posts are minimum, otherwise, there is no point using the app.

I am sure all of you who read this article would qualify, right? If not, let me know in the comment section below, I personally will send you the tutorial to raise the computer skill – no charge 😀

OK seriously, I think these “requirements” are just part of a marketing trick. All 3 requirements are so easy that he could have included them in the training – let’s say “for beginner only”. Who knows, maybe with the later version it will be released.

Viral Cash App Tools & Training

We will take a look at how the platform looks like. What I do not like is the fact that inside this “training” page there are different ads. Don’t get me wrong. It does not mean that it is a total deal-breaker, but it does not seem like a serious product. In order to learn something, I need to be focused.

Is Viral Cash App Scam

Back to the platform. On the left-hand side, you have the menu, under the training you have your affiliate links to various sites like Amazon, ClickBank, or access to google ads. You would use these links on the already mentioned site “viralsyndicator”. The more views your video has, the more clicks on your affiliate links you may get.

To be honest – that is just a theory. Videos at that site do not have that many views. In fact, the most viral video has less than 200,000 views. The 5th most viral video has less than 100,000 views.

The second disturbing fact I found that, once you get to that page and you go to the most viral videos, right underneath the video you see this flashy sign “Activate Your Account”. Do you know what happens after you click on it?

You can watch a short video below;
It redirects you to a different ClickBank product, called “copy my email system”, which I am sure is pretty much the same as already reviewed Instant Email Empire

This is not the first ClickBank product that is linked to another one. Of course with affiliate links in it. They are connected together so they make money selling other products.

It really seems that many products have poor quality and after let’s say 6 months they put a new name on the product and selling the same thing, over and over again. They do not bother to improve the platform – they just rehash it.

Support

They have also a section for support. You can email them using the following address support@ViralCashApp.com. They only ask you to be patient and give them up to 48 business hours to process your request.

Viral Cash App Price Structure

The front-end price is as per sales video/page which is $47 if you are in the US or also in certain countries. Those who want to make a purchase from the EU, they will be charged with tax as well.
When you decide to pay you are directed to a ClickBank payment page as per the screenshot. Please notice the optional additional payments:

Is Viral Cash App Scam

They have also surprises for you with upsells. I mean it is my personal opinion, but whenever I see that product has upsells to me that is a red flag right away.
You are inside of a specific platform to learn something, then you see this access to a webinar or some tutorial and it is locked. BAM you gotta pay at least 3x more than the front-end price and the value is barely the same as the basic product.

Well here is the structure of Viral Cash App Upsells:

Is Viral Cash App Scam

You can easily end up paying up to $400!

My Final Opinion of Viral Cash App

The idea sounds good. But in reality, it does not really work as presented in the sales video. The reason is that you need lots of traffic to make money. According to that page where you supposedly should be adding the videos has about 10,000 estimated visits per month.

That is not that much. Also, the videos do not have millions of views, so one cannot talk about viral.
If someone clicks on your google ad, you can make a few cents. If somebody clicks on your Amazon Affiliate link, you can make few bucks.

I have randomly chosen a sports category on that page… Here is the result. I mean you can go check by yourself, how many views the video has.

Is Viral Cash App Scam

The secret in affiliate marketing is, that your page where you have your affiliate link has to be relevant to the product where the visitor is redirected to. For example, if I have a video on YouTube talking about a Samsung cellphone, I do not want to add the Amazon Affiliate link to outdoor clothes, right?

Viral Cash App at a Glance…

Name: Viral Cash App
Website: www.viralcashapp.com
Price: Advertised Price $47
Owners: Mathew

Overall Rank:

Viral Cash App

VERDICT:

I would not recommend this VCA.
Although it is not a scam it is at least a misleading system.
The idea behind it is not bad, but in reality, it does not work that easily.

There are also a couple of red flags that make this product not to be trusted.

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Take your time to read the post and if you have any kind of questions let me know in the comment section below (it can be under any of my posts at this site).

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