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Kash Tree Review – Rehashed Scam Or Make $500 Per Day?

Kash Tree reviewWelcome to my honest Kash Tree review.

You’ve probably come across a link in your email, on social media or you were even just approached by a member of Kash Tree, saying that you can make some pretty good money with Kash Tree. Is that true though?

Well, congrats on doing your research because there are just too many scams on the internet nowadays that want something from you, without providing anything in return. This review will reveal whether Kash Tree is another one.

By the end, you’ll know exactly what it is about and how it works, whether it will pay you or not and all that good stuff. You’ll be able to make an informed decision on whether to work for them or not.

Let’s get started!

Kash Tree At A Glance

Website: KashTree.com

Owner: Unknown

Purpose: Refer others and complete small tasks

Price: Free to join

Do I Recommend it?: Absolutely NOT! It’s a Scam!

What Is Kash Tree?

Kash Tree claims to be the #1 influencer network that will help you use your social media accounts to make money online. It even boasts that you could earn upto $500 today. Sounds amazing, right?

There are apparently only three steps to getting paid; just sign up, share and earn and get paid. With such simple steps, it seems impossible to fail at this. And you get $50 just for signing up!

You’ll share your link and for each person that you get to join Kash Tree, you’ll make $25 and that adds up pretty quickly. What makes this even more irresistible is that there are testimonials from people making thousands of dollars with this website.

And to be honest, if I were a newbie with no knowledge of the online world, I would have probably signed up right away. But with what I’ve learned over the last 2 years being an online marketer, I know better than to trust these programs blindly.

I actually already seen some red flags here, based on my experience, and the first one is that they say that they are willing to pay you WAY MORE than regular, free GPT sites. You would usually only get paid a few cents to a few dollars.

This tells me that they may be advertising high payment because they want to lure people in. They may not necessarily pay out.

The other red flag is that I’ve seen the same website layout with a few other websites. Even the way of earning/making money is the same, as well as the amount that they promise you could make in a day.

I already know at this point that this website is going to be a complete scam and this review will prove it to you. But even if you’re not an expert at detecting scams, the fact that they make it seem so easy to make money online is the deer in the headlights.

It’s just that making money online takes learning, work and patience. It’s not as easy as they make it seem.

How Kash Tree Works

In order to know how you’ll make money with any program, or to even prove that a program is a scam, you need to understand how the program makes their own money. And that’s what I’ll be telling you about Kash Tree.

The way that you’re supposedly going to make money is by referring others to the website. Inside the dashboard, you will find an affiliate link that you will use to post on social media or anywhere else on the internet.

Each person that uses that link to sign up for Kash Tree will become your referral and you’ll make $25 for each one of them.

You see, the way that Kash Tree makes money is through ad revenue. And what this means is that there will be ads inside the dashboard within the small tasks that you’ll need to complete and that brings in money for Kash Tree.

So the more people you bring to the website, the more tasks are gonna get completed, the more money they make and the more money you get paid.

But unfortunately, I mentioned before that this is nothing but just to LURE you into signing up. If this is really how they make money, then how the heck will they be able to pay you?

The thing is that most companies only pay a few cents to $1 for clicks and very rarely will go over $2 for a click on ads.How can anybody pay you $25 per referral, when they don’t even know how much the new referral will make them?

How long will it actually take Kash Tree to make that $25 back?

The business model here does not make any sense. They seem to be paying way more than what they’re bringing in so they either will pay you out of their pocket or they will go bankrupt.

The only way NOT to go bankrupt is to NOT pay you, and I will prove that they just WON’T pay you.

The Red Flags and Proof You Won’t Get Paid

I have gathered as much proof as I could to prove to you that Kash Tree is a big scam. You will be shocked to find a few things about the website in general that will really creep you out!

1) Positive Youtube Reviews? This is what you should know!

If you go onto Youtube, you’ll find a lot of people are claiming that Kash Tree is the best thing since sliced bread. Nobody has ever mentioned getting paid though.

I also noticed that each time somebody asked about proof of payment, that almost nobody really answered them. This is a big red flag! Why would nobody be boasting about “YES I GOT PAID”? Wouldn’t that give them more referrals?

But what I found out is actually shocking. You see, the owner of Kash Tree is cunning because he promises to pay members a big check if they put a positive Youtube review of Kash Tree and that’s why there are so many of them.

The first payout is claimed to be 30 days after you actually request to cash out, giving the member 30 days of unsuspectingly promoting Kash Tree. All this gives Kash Tree positive publicity for more people to sign up and to promote it.

Therefore, only take those reviews with a grain of salt, because the next few points will really rock your boat!

2) Been in business for 4 years? My FOOT!

If you look at the ABOUT page, you’ll see that the owners of Kash Tree claim that the website has been in business since 2015. Well, there is a very easy way to test that out.

I actually went to WHOIS.COM to find out when the website was actually created and lo and behold! It was really only created on Aug 11, 2019.

So what does that say about Kash Tree? Just that they’re just big fat liars that want to scam you! If they really cared, don’t you think that they would be more upfront with you about that?

The big question to you might be; why lie?

Well, that’s because they want to make you think that they’ve been in business for a while and that they know what they are doing. The longer a company has been in business, the more people trend to trust it.

But, there’s also another reason.

3) Fake payment proofs

This is another reason the owners of Kash Tree have lied to you about when the website was actually established. You see, a lot of the payment proofs are dated 2018.

But now that you know the website was actually created less than a month since my review here, how could anybody have become members of Kash Tree and earned from it in 2018?

The simple answer is that those payment proofs were made up and are completely fake! Nobody has ever gotten paid from this website and nobody ever will.

4) Similar to other scams I exposed

The biggest shocker of all, is that Kash Tree is similar to a lot of the other programs that I’ve already reviewed. Check out my review of Referral Pay, Clout Pay, Viral Work, Notion Cash and so on.

You will find that all the websites have the same layout, pay for the same kind of work, have the same red flags and they all share the same payment proofs, only with different logos.

How can different people be paid the exact same amount of money, on the same date, at the same time and give the exact same comment about their payment?

There is no denying that the scammer who is behind all those other scams/websites is also behind Kash Tree.

What is the purpose of all these scammy websites, you might ask? Well for one, they could be banking all the money from the ad revenue they receive or, according to the BBB, they have other motives.

These websites could be for mass data harvesting, meaning stealing people’s information like name, date of birth, passwords, emails and address. In the wrong hands, your information could be used for a lot of bad things.

Your data could be sold to other scammers and spammers. It could be used to hack into your online banking account or even your Paypal account. It could also be used for identity theft.

Is Kash Tree A Scam?

I absolutely believe that Kash Tree is a scam. You probably already knew from the way that I was writing this review, right?

Not only were there red flags on the actual main page of the website, like the high payouts, but as you can see, it is related to many other similar websites that have already been deemed to be scams and that actually do not pay people for their work.

If it was as easy as that to make money, then everybody would have become rich. Nobody would have been working for others/employers anymore and much less people would be in debt, don’t you think?

If you get signed up with Kash Tree, not only will you not get paid, but your data might be at risk. There are other things that scammers are looking for, other than for money and now you know what it is. They can use your info for anything at all.

They are just lying to you to get the information that they need. The testimonials are fake and we don’t know even know who founded the program. It’s probably the same person behind all the scams mentioned in this review.

Additionally, there’s even hard proof that Kash Tree aren’t paying people. So why would you want to sign up for this program?

I recommend that you stay away from Kash Tree. It is 100% a scam.

Want To Discover MY SECRETS To Making Recurring Online Income?

I know thata lot of other people are begging you to join their programs but just hear me out and THEN make your decision.

20 months ago, I had no idea I would be making a consistent income online. This is not just a business that I’ve recently started and that I know nothing about. Somebody who knows nothing cannot be making consistent income like this, right?

But anyways, what I do is called affiliate marketing and I’ve learned about a 4-Step system that helps me earn this money every single month. Of course, it takes work and a few months of patience to start seeing results and that’s with any legit business.

You don’t have to recruit others and you don’t have to really sell anything. I just talk about my passion and people naturally flock towards me and buy products that I recommend. I actually NEVER had to talk to people directly to make these sales.

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In this guide, I go over details of the programs that I use, free resources and tools and I even give you FREE access to the training platform that I actually used when I first got started. So when this is all FREE, what do you have to lose?

Additionally, I’ll even become your mentor and help you along the way. That’s a win for you!

Sign up for my FREE guide now and I’ll see you on the other side. I can’t wait to help you create this online business. Just an FYI; I’ve helped over 350 people get started. Why not you?

Thanks for reading my Kash Tree review. If you’ve had any experience with the program, I would appreciate that you share in the comments section below to help others looking for confirmation that this program is a scam.

Lots of Love,

Reyhana

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