ShareCash-Review

Is ShareCash.co Legit? Apparently NOT

ShareCash Review

Is ShareCash.co legit? What exactly is this platform that claims you can earn $500 today? How does it work exactly?

Welcome to my ShareCash review.

You have landed at the right place, because in this thorough and honest article about Share Cash, I will break it down so that you can see for yourself what a huge scam it actually is.

Yes, there is no doubt about it. Do not hold out on any hope that you will be able to make $10 to $15 for every friend that you invite onto the platform. It is a bait to get innocent victims to do what these shady characters want.

If you have put up your ShareCash.co referral link on your social media accounts or anywhere else to invite others to join, please quickly remove it, otherwise you are inadvertently doing the dirty work for them, without realizing it.


So what exactly happens on the platform? Why do I think it is such a malicious website?

Without further ado, let’s dive right into the review now!



ShareCash.co Review Summary


Product: ShareCash

URL: https://sharecash.co/

Creator: Unknown

Product type: influencer platform

Price: free to join

Scam / Legit? : SCAM

Recommended or not? : NOT recommended

ShareCash.co is a data harvesting site. When you sign up, they collect your email and name, and sell this information to third party advertisers.

No matter how many referrals you invite to the site, and how many tasks you complete on the platform, they will never pay out.

To make matters worse, they may do things that put your online security at risk. So do stay as far away from Share Cash as possible




What is ShareCash.co


To find out what is ShareCash.co, let us first take a look at its website:

sharecash home page


They position themselves as some influencer network that works with advertisers. When you, as the influencer, invites more people to join the platform, advertisers are happy that their brand is able to reach the masses.

When these advertising companies pay ShareCash, they share their earnings with you, and everyone wins.

Though it may sound like a convincing concept that can work, what points me to its legitimacy is the amount they claim to be paying you.

$10 to $15 per referral who signs up, and $2 just for a person who clicks on your referral link without even joining up, is out of this world.

Advertisers will never pay this kind of money, not even the largest companies in the world have this kind of advertising budget.

If it were that easy, everyone would gladly quit their 9 to 5 job to sit at home and just do this.

When the offer sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Now, let me show you the hard evidence which will hopefully convince you that they are big scammers.


Red Flags in ShareCash.co


Fake payment proofs

Do not be tricked by the fake payment proofs on their website. It is so easy to fake this kind of documents these days.

Take a look at these, paying attention to the dates.

sharecash fake payment proof


A little bit of digging around shows that ShareCash.co very recently registered its domain in November 2019.

sharecash domain


So how on earth do people get paid in February and August?

They are blatantly lying, these crooks with ill intent who are hiding behind ShareCash.


Fake video testimonials

All those video testimonials that you see on the ShareCash.co website are created by excited members who have not yet realized what a huge scam they are getting themselves into.

All they see is their earnings going right up as they invite people to join the platform, complete tasks and offers, and post videos testifying what a great and easy earning opportunity ShareCash.co is.

You see, for every video you post on Youtube or Facebook, you get to earn an easy $50.

That is the only reason why people are posting raving reviews about it, when they see the earnings on their dashboard shooting sky high.

None of them has cashed out a single cent yet.

None of them ever will, because ShareCash.co never had any intention to pay out, right from the outset. If they do, they will go bankrupt in an instant.


Lies on their About Page

On the About Page, they make themselves seem like some huge social network entreprise.

sharecash story


If all the evidence I have shown above is not enough, take a look at their Facebook page.

sharecash facebook


Why would any company in the social networking industry that was supposedly set up in 2015 only create their Facebook page in December 2019?

The answer is simple.

They came into existence only in November 2019, which is when their domain got registered.

They are lying about their age in order to cheat the trust of their website visitors, and give people the impression that they are much more credible than what they really are.


Fake email address

Another simple check revealed a dubious email address provided at the bottom of the home page of ShareCash.

sharecash fake email


This also means that you will never be able to contact anyone behind ShareCash.co, because they never intended for anyone to find them in the first place.

So even if the dashboard shows earnings of thousands of dollars, it’s all a nicely-staged scam which people will discover only when they have problem cashing out. They will find that the support or admin team of this influencer network does not exist only when they email them to try and get some issue resolved.




What ShareCash.co Does Exactly


Data harvesting

The ulterior motive of ShareCash is to collect all its members’ names and email addresses, and sell them off at a handsome price to third party advertisers.

This list fetches a high price because it is a highly targeted list, in the sense that the audience are all interested in making money online.

The make money online niche is in hot demand, because it is too easy for unscrupulous people to make money by claiming they have some secret system, or some done-for-you website or program that will earn you your first $1K in the next 7 days and other nonsense like that.

So be prepared to be bombarded by unsolicited emails in your inbox, all trying to sell you something that will allow you to quit that 9 to 5 job.


Other malicious acts

As you try to complete the tasks on ShareCash to make even more money, there are a thousand and one ways of putting yourself in a dangerous position.

For instance, an app that you are asked to download could contain some virus or malware.

A free trial that you take up could be trying to steal your credit card details.

The Youtube video that you create to promote ShareCash will earn you that $50 only in your dashboard, it will never be able to find its way into your bank account.

A link that you are asked to click on may get you onto some dubious websites like unregulated online casinos, or health products sales page for some brand that nobody has heard of.

This is not to say you should be suspicious of every free trial or app download. But the red flags on ShareCash.co are many and too obvious to ignore. I wouldn’t trust a single thing on a platform with blatant lies splashed all over its website.



To round up this article, let me recap and summarize the pros and cons, before I finally make my conclusion.


Pros of ShareCash.co

No, there is not a single pro to this influencer network. It is a scam that will do you more harm than good.


Cons of ShareCash.co


1. Your contact details will be sold without your permission

This is unlike a scenario where you sign up for a newsletter or promotional materials of some company, and they actually send those stuff to you. That’s completely legit and honest.

Here, Share Cash lures you to sign up for their free membership by promising huge earnings, and then turns around to sell your information secretly. It is dishonest and unethical.


2. Your online safety and security will be compromised

Since ShareCash.co is run by scammers, there will be potential landmines no matter where you click and what activities you engage on there.

You can be sure they all look enticing. Tasks that pay $30 for a simple download, or a free trial. $30 per survey completed. $5 to click on some link.

The list goes on. And we never know what these people are capable of. So the best thing to do is protect yourself by getting out of the platform.


3. No one will ever get paid

It may seem like the whole world is excited about ShareCash at the moment, and fervently trying to get others to sign up using their referral links.

Despite all the effort and time doing all these, if you look closely, actually no one has produced any credible payment proof. Those found on ShareCash.co’s website itself do not count.



Is ShareCash.co Legit?


No, ShareCash.co is NOT legitimate. It is a big scam that is going to cause lots of frustration in your life if you let it.

It is similar to so many other such scams like Clout Bonus, Money Genie, LiteBucks, Cash4Clickz and Influencers Earn, to name just a few.



An Alternative


Everyone wants to be rich, but guess who will make it?

It’s a very natural thing, that’s just human nature. I mean, find me someone who doesn’t want to get rich fast, and with minimum effort.

I wasn’t spared of all the temptations on the internet, hopping from one shiny object to the next.

But when I realized those empty promises are only going to make other people rich, and not me, I stopped looking for shiny objects.

I found a dull-looking object, but I knew in my heart that is the real deal. And from then on, I have never looked back.

An honest, down-to-earth method that will get you there. It’s not going to be easy, but it will get you there.

Versus the fast and easy way that gets you nowhere except round and round in circles.

Which would you choose?

I am now working full time from home, growing my internet business, and making an online income. I started from scratch with zero knowledge in this area. If I can do it, you can, too.

Here’s a peek into my daily earnings:


That’s almost $200 in just one single day. It’s nothing to boast about, though, as it’s just a small fraction of its full potential. I just wanted to show you the possibilities.

Check out this training platform that provides all the resources, tools, along with an entire community of aspiring as well as already successful online income earners:


This real deal does not promise instant results.

Instead, it provides the knowledge and lifelong skills required to grow a successful online business.

And for reading all the way to the end of the post, I believe you have it in you to make this work. Here is your FREE PDF Guide: 4 Simple Steps to Making Money Online. Fill in your details to claim it:


If you have any concerns or questions regarding this ShareCash.co review, do comment below, and we will start a conversation from there.


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18 thoughts on “Is ShareCash.co Legit? Apparently NOT”

  1. Unbelievable I used share cash for couple of days. I earned $2439 on share cash. Now what I should I do? Is there similar to that website to help me to earn money?

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    • Hi Noah,

      I’m sorry that you wasted time and effort on ShareCash.

      If you’re talking about websites similar to ShareCash in promising huge amounts of money for completing tasks, I’m afraid they are all scams.

      Go for the well-known GPT (get-paid-to) sites like Swagbucks, Inbox Dollars, PrizeRebel, etc.
      They pay way less, but that is precisely because they are legitimate.

      On the other hand, if you are wanting to make some serious money online, my favorite method is affiliate marketing.
      Check out how the business model works in my other post.

      I hope this helps.

      Reply
  2. Ever since i joined the platform,i thought I’ve made it big not knowing it’s all scam…Thanks for this🙏🏻

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  3. I really like your ethic and the time and effort you take to warn people about things like this. We don’t have many people who thank people like you. I want to show you the gratitude I feel you deserve, so from the bottom of my heart, thank you so much for your service to the community.

    I’m starting up a group that is compiling every single ‘making money online’ program together (that’s legit of course) and your blog really does help me stay away from the bad ones. I really like your thoroughness too, but at the same time not making it droll and boring to read! Is there any way I can try and join forces with you to get the word out about more bad scams out there and at the same time getting my group to grow to help everyone globally get to the real money making stuff out there?

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    • Hey Lex,
      Thank you for your kind words, I really appreciate it.

      It’s also very heartening to see that you’re on a mission to help people who are looking to make money online, and keep them safe away from scams.

      To make the biggest impact, you need to set up your own website. Because it is where you call the shots, and have absolute control with what you do. On platforms like social media and forums, there are restrictions, and they can ban you anytime due to whatever reasons. A group with a targeted audience that trust you is definitely GREAT, and can complement your efforts. But without a website to anchor yourself, it is that much tougher.

      If you have any concrete plans, I’ll be happy to take the discussion further. You can get in touch via the ‘Contact Us’ form on my website.

      Blessings to you.

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      • Alright, I’ll do that right away! I don’t have much money to start with since I sort of made a bad call in trading of cryptocurrency right as it was dropping so very low, but since I’ve checked out your other stuff, that wealthy affiliate thing seems promising. However, I will certainly need your guidance on it based on what I’m trying to do, at least to figure out how to optimize this the best I can since these aren’t my own products and such that I am promoting yet they are legit.

        I shall reach you ASAP through the ‘Contact Us’ as soon as I find it.

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        • Hey Lex,
          My contact tab is right at the bottom of the page. 🙂

          Wealthy Affiliate allows you to start for free (with limited training and a free website), so that you fully understand what you’re getting yourself into, before deciding if this is the path you want to take. It teaches you to get free organic traffic that is highly targeted to the content you’re producing.

          I will be your personal coach as long as you sign up through the links from my website. I spend a good part of my time on the platform everyday, helping my referrals in whatever ways they need. Looking forward to seeing you on the inside.

          Even without Wealthy Affiliate, you should still start your own website. I know you will make a difference to the world, do it the most effective way.

          All the best to you.

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  4. Did you even make it to the cash out threshhold? You can’t claim they don’t if you don’t even make it to the minimum cash out and if so did wait to be verified and then have the payment declined. Because if they get paid for traffic and they pay so much but no one but the best make it past the withdraw amounts to it they make money in the traffic generated by those not making the threshold which allows for more funds to be kept and thus paying higher to everything. I will wait until March 14th and let you know.

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    • Almost 1,900 readers have read this review since it was published in January. I believe if ShareCash does pay out, people would have been coming forward to let me know it, loud and clear.

      You’re right, I have not made it to the cash out threshold. The fact is I never tried. Because I have seen too many of such scams. They are all over the place, duplicate websites with identical design and content, just different domain names.

      My purpose is to warn people, so that their precious time is not wasted, and those guys behind all these scams do not keep profiting off deceiving innocent people.

      If they really pay you on March 14, yes please update us here. I will be very happy to be proven wrong.

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  5. Did you try to cash out yourself before saying this on your blog. I did not yet but I am trying it, and I will share my real opinion on this after proof. Sharecash was alive in 2015. it was call Sharecash.org. And we where able to download and upload files then. Now we have Sharecash.co. I have to try before making my youtube video or blogging on it.

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    • Hi Marcel,
      Thank you for your concern, appreciate the comment.
      Nah, I’m not letting these people waste my time. It’s an obvious scam. There are literally hundreds of such scam websites all over the internet. When the older ones get exposed by angry members who never get paid, they just create new ones under different domain names.

      Sharecash.org was a very old site, existed way before 2015. It used to be legit and paying out for file uploads and downloads, but those were at least realistic rates, nothing like what ShareCash.co is wanting to offer. Even then, it wasn’t sustainable apparently.

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    • Hi Kay,

      Thanks for dropping by and sharing your observation. I don’t think they have ever paid out. Those who say they were legit were probably simply following the tasks in there to create Youtube videos to promote the platform to people around them, hoping to make money. If you can’t find any genuine payment proof, then they have never paid out.

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    • Hi Marte,

      I don’t think they allow you to disable or delete the account. Just get out of the website.

      If the password you have used for ShareCash is the same as any other password for important stuff like email account or any payment accounts, please change those passwords for those important accounts immediately.

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    • Hi Tyler,
      They are waving $50 for people to upload a video that speaks well of them, you can be sure videos like these are all over the internet. People get excited when they see their earnings going up. But whatever you see, it’s only the dashboard in the members’ area. When it’s time to cash out, ShareCash.co makes a run. You don’t find anyone who is able to show genuine earnings in their payment account (not dashboard).

      I have no reason to lie. If they were legit, I would have written this review with my own referral link to make those easy money.

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