Just to mention at the very beginning I am not promoting NotionCash.com
I just want to help you understand what it is about and why you should not waste your time on this scam website.
NotionCash.com is not a legit website.
Let’s see why?
We will first deal with their fake website elements and then I will show you what’s inside the membership area.
This post can be an education on how to identify and avoid fake, fraudulent or scam websites.
Red Flag 1 – Fake Company NotionCash LLC
On their website, they claim that their company, Notion Cash LLC, is 3 years in business and has head office at 420 Lexington Ave New York, NY 10170. Is it true?
You can easily check this information, with a couple of mouse clicks on Google search engine You can find out whether this statement is true.
As I said, I checked that information and find out that NotionCash LLC does not exist.
Another big lie is that they operate for more than 3 years.
Of course, this information can be also easily checked.
Google knows everything. There are services that can check how old is a domain name.
Another big lie is exposed. The domain name NotionCash.com is 41 days old.
For me, this is enough to make a decision about NotionCash.com.
But let’s see what else is wrong with their website.
Red Flag 2 – Fake Video Testimonials – Paid Fiverr Actors
Scam websites often have fake video testimonials. It’s nothing unusual.
So NotionCash.com also follows that “fashion” trend.
This guy is a paid actor from a freelance platform Fiverr. You can pay him to make any video testimonial for $5.
If you’ve noticed in Youtube video’s title it says: “Roswell’s Review of Influencer Club”.
InfluencerClub is another scam website.
If NotionCash.com is legitimate then why do they have fake video testimonials on their website?
That’s a huge red flag.
As you see all on their web site is fake.
Why should you invest your time or money on the project with so many red flags?
Let’s check what’s inside.
What is Inside the Membership Area?
In such websites, I always register with false information because I’m not stupid enough to give them real personal information. Most of the people will give them a real name, real PayPal account…not really wise at such websites.
When you first login they will put $25 on your account.
What are the tasks?
These tasks are CPA offers or cost per action or cost per acquisition.
Where the money comes from if the average commission for CPA offers is $1-$5?
How can they afford to pay members $20 to complete tasks? There is no math right?
The catch is that you will not be paid, scammers will only get money for the work you have done.
They’re only gonna make $1 or $2.
What is submission?
They want from you to lie on social media.
You will “get” extra money if you promote it through the social media.
I saw that some people are already promoting NotionCash.com on YouTube.
NotionCash.com is 100% scam.
You will not be paid.
If someone told you that they’re getting paid, don’t believe them.