Cashooga – Marketing Scam?

Cashooga. A site that claims that you can give you money basic for nothing. To click on specific pictures and directing your friends to sign up.

Technically speaking, they are called an influencer marketing platform, what this means is they connect influencers (you) with top advertisers and brands, such as Target, Epic Games, Amazon, Apple, and more.

They essentially pay you to bring traffic to our site which will, in turn, build exposure and awareness of these brands. Basically, advertisers pay Cashooga to pay you to bring traffic and awareness to their site and their client’s products.

Once you invite a friend and they become a member, they are exposed to our advertisers’ products in our member’s area.


Who would use Cashooga?

Cashooga is targeted at people that are looking to make money quickly and to do nothing.

Cashooga is a marketing platform to basically drive clicks towards their platform and they will get paid.

They say you will get paid by simply completing tasks and referring friends.

Each task is ranging from $10 – $50. Now, that’s a lot for simple tasks which I think is where the increased interest is coming from.

How do you make money?

You will make money by first registering (You will get a $25 sign up bonus) then upon completion you will get an opportunity to do tasks ranging from $10 to $50.

The more people you refer the more money you will make… apparently.

How do you get paid?

You are able to get paid through you Paypal, Cashapp, Western Union and more.

Are there any fees or subscription costs?

There are no fees or Subscription costs. All amounts stay the same until you are able to withdraw your funds.

My opinion of Cashooga
  • Sign up process.
  • Ease of Use.
  • Value.


Let me start off by saying, I would strongly not recommend.

The site looks familiar to another platform I had reviewed a while back called Kids Earn Cash.

The terms and conditions are the same and also the format are very familiar.

One red flag I have found is that the testimonials on the site say the users have been on the platform since 2017 or 2018, but the site has only been live for 74 days.

Another red flag is their social presence, on their site they say that there is a Twitter account but when we looked there was nothing.

These two are the major red flags I had found and with these two in mind, I repeat, I would not use Cashooga.


Where to try for yourself.

I really tried Cashooga and recommend everyone try it at least for their own opinion.

Please see below the link to know more about Cashooga.

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