NextCash-Review

NextCash.co Review – Unbelievable!

NextCash Review

Welcome to my NextCash.co review.

What is this number 1 influencer network that allows you to make $300 daily? Where does it get money to pay you $15 for every friend you refer? Is this for real, or is it too good to be true?

Well, I won’t beat about the bush here. This is a scam website. Do not waste anymore of your time.

The earnings on the dashboard may seem to go up, making people all excited. But when it comes the time for cashing out, you will never hear from them anymore.

Let me walk you through all the big red flags that are waving at us to steer clear of this fraud, so that you understand how it works exactly, and their ulterior motive for setting up the platform.


Without further ado, let’s dive right in now!



NextCash.co Review Summary


Product: NextCash

URL: https://nextcash.co/

Creator: unknown

Product type: influencer network

Price: free to join

Rating: 0 out of 5

Scam / Legit? : SCAM

Recommended or not? : NOT recommended

NextCash.co is a fraudulent website that wants to make you do work without paying you. The work you do will make money for those crooks instead. At the same time, there are many other ways that they profit through your actions, like selling off the contact information you provided upon signing up, etc.




What is NextCash.co


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

nextcash home page

Claiming to be the number one influencer network and having paid out $211 million to members, it was established in March 2008 in Amsterdam (this is a huge LIE, I will show you in the red flags section).

Besides paying you $15 (or $10, they are not consistent about this information) for every referral you invite to the platform, you will also receive a $25 bonus once you sign up.

Sounds enticing enough.

Inside the members’ area, it gets even better.

You get to complete surveys for $30 each, and download apps for $20 each. Creating Youtube videos will earn you $50, while every click on your referral link (not even an actual sign up yet) will earn you $2.

Now, the biggest red flag is right under our very noses.

The fortune that they want to drop into your hands, that’s the biggest giveaway.

There are many legit platforms that work on the same concept as NextCash.co, by gathering a huge crowd of potential customers for companies that advertise their products, or increase their brand awareness through surveys.

The companies and advertisers pay these platforms, which in turn share their revenue with their members.

But legit platforms are not paying anything close to the amounts offered by NextCash.co. The advertising and surveys industries simply do not operate with that kind of phenomenal numbers.

And that set my alarm bell ringing. Upon closer scrutiny, many other red flags surfaced.


Red Flags in NextCash.co


1. Fake social buttons

Right down at the bottom of its website, the social buttons bring you to the home pages of the respective social media platforms, like Facebook, Twitter, etc.

They do not go to the specific social accounts of NextCash.

So we have the number influencer network that has paid out $211 million and has been unable to get its own social accounts set up?


2. Fake email address

Check this out, it definitely does not look good:

nextcash email


A simple check on the validity of the email address provided on the NextCash.co website shows some suspicious results.

And I think this looks quite bad.

There was probably no intention by the people behind this fake platform to allow its members to get in touch, right from the outset.


3. Lie about the year in which it was formed

Formed in 2008 in Amsterdam? Look again.

nextcash domain


The NextCash.co domain was very newly registered just last month, in February 2020.


4. Fake payment proof

Since we now establish that NextCash.co domain was only registered in February 2020, how did these payments dated 2019 come about?

nextcash fake payment proof


How did members refer others and complete tasks that got them paid, if the website had not even been set up at that time?

And there is one more oversight on the part of these scammers.

The company name is wrong! How careless can they get? LiteBucks is another scam that I have reviewed previously.

So obviously it is the same bunch of people behind LiteBucks and NextCash, and possibly many other identical platforms.


5. Terms and conditions

When one decides to lie, they’ve really got to make sure all grounds are covered. And that looks like quite a difficult task for these guys.

nextcash terms


See how they got their website domain wrong, on their terms and conditions page.

We can go on and on picking out all the other lies and discrepancies on their platform. But I think we have seen enough, and do not need to waste anymore time here.




How NextCash.co Really Works


What do these people want exactly? And how do they scam you if they have not asked for a single cent from you?


1. Doing the tasks earn them money

As you go about completing those surveys and downloading apps, and whatever other tasks they tell you to do, they make money.

What they earn from the vendors putting up the surveys and apps is nowhere near the ridiculous amounts they are offering to pay you.

So the bottomline is: they are not paying anyone, not a single member, not a single cent.

And as you create and upload videos that promote their platform onto Youtube, more people will be convinced to join, hence making NextCash even more money.


2. They infringe your privacy and compromise your online safety

Firstly, the contact information you provided upon signing up will be sold to third party advertisers at a handsome price. They can show that their members are all interested in making money online, simply by virtue of signing up.

Hence you will receive lots of offers in your inbox, selling you the underground method to never-ending commissions, and the done-for-you funnel that will make you $1K in the next 24 hours, and much more nonsense that will never work.

But it is a lucrative industry, the make money niche. Because most people are looking for the fast and easy way to get rich, so that’s what vendors will create – empty promises that give people what they like to hear.

Worse still, knowing these people behind NextCash.co will stoop low just to make money, we do not know what kind of shady characters they work with.

Clicking on a link may land you on an illegal health supplement sales page. Downloading an app could introduce a malware onto your device that steals your important data.



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


Pros of NextCash.co

There is not a single advantage to the platform. It will do you more harm than good.

Please steer clear of it.


Cons of NextCash.co


1. It makes you work for nothing

People get excited to see the earnings on their NextCash dashboard go up so quickly. But it amounts to zero when they cannot cash it out.


2. You inbox will be spammed

Though it may seem like a minor hassle to receive spams in your email inbox, the fact remains that they infringed your privacy rights by selling your contact information without even your knowledge, not to mention consent.


3. Your online safety will be at risk

These people lie blatantly on their own website. We really do not know what else they are capable of, from identity theft to working with other illegal entities, anything is possible.




Is NextCash.co Scam or Legit?


NextCash.co is a scam, through and through. If possible, do remove any referral links you may have posted on any social platform or forum, so that they do not continue to benefit off the time and effort of innocent and trusting people.

Similar scams I have exposed recently include KingsRansoms, InboxDollar, ShoutNow, EZ Bucks, PlentyBread, CreateBucks, and OGTask, to name just a few.



An Alternative


I know you want to be rich. Believe me, I do too.

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 one, 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 think I can guess your choice. 🙂

So now, let me extend my humble invitation for you to join me on this online journey.

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You can do this 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.

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


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