What is Kids Earn Cash? Is it a place that’s so easy to make money even kids can do it? I’m about to reveal the ugly truth – and I do mean UGLY truth – in this Kids Earn Cash review.
When you first look at the Kids Earn Cash website (KidsEarnCash.com if you want to see it yourself), it looks very professional.
It looks like a website you would trust.
Be very, very careful here.
I advise you to read on before giving them any of your information.
I don’t generally call sites scams unless I try it out for myself, but from the research I’ve done…
This is a straight up scam.
This site is designed to take your information.
Here’s Why You’re Not Making More Money. (And 2 Steps to Making More)
KIDS EARN CASH SUMMARY
Product: Kids Earn CashCost: Free Owner(s): UnknownSite: KidsEarnCash.comGood For: No One
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What is Kids Earn Cash?
Kids Earn Cash claims that it works with social media influencers and connects them with top brands. Influencers can then promote those brands on social media and make money.
It also claims that you can make money by referring friends ($10 per friend) and testing products.
Here’s our first red flag with this:
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It’s not easy to just make $500 in a day, no matter what you’re doing. If this was legit, everyone and their grandma would be doing it, and you would have already known about it.
The site claims that they work with top companies like Target, Apple and Amazon. They say that these advertisers pay them for bringing them awareness to their brands, and then Kids Earn Cash shares the revenue with you.
As we’ll see in a bit:
This is a reeeaaal stretch of the truth.
How Does Kids Earn Cash Work?
All you have to do is sign up for a free account. You’ll get $25 just for signing up.
Then you can earn $2 for anyone who clicks your referral link and $10 for anyone who signs up.
They also have a “Task Wall” where you can earn cash for doing simple tasks.
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Here’s an example of what happens when you click on a task. You are redirected to this page:
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Then, you’re off to the next page…
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As you can see, they don’t really “work with” top brands. I’m sure Buffalo Wild Wings wants nothing to do with this! (In fact, it even says that in the small print below the card image.)
They give you these tasks to do to earn gift cards and things, using other sites to complete the process.
If you also notice the note at the top, you’ll have to make some sort of purchase to collect enough points to earn this card.
As soon as you reach the $150 threshold, you will be paid via PayPal, check, Western Union or CashApp.
It seems like this would be very easy to do since the tasks are $25 each. But, again, to get the gift card above, you have to jump through hoops and make some sort of purchases.
And will you even get that $25 anyway?
No, you won’t. You won’t get anything. Ever.
I’ll show you in a minute.
Is Kids Earn Cash a Scam or Legit?
Yes, Kids Earn Cash is a SCAM. Please, do not sign up for this program. There are so many red flags and warnings with this, it’s not even funny.
Kids Earn Cash Review – Pros
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Kids Earn Cash Review – Cons
- Saying you can make $500 today
- Saying they work with top brands, even though that is FAR from true
- Saying they will pay you as soon as you reach $150 (you’ll see why this isn’t true in a sec.)
- Unknown Owner (although I found something interesting on Twitter. See below.)
- When I clicked on the “Help” page, it gave me a 404 error
- Multiple spelling errors on the site. Not everyone has to be a perfect speller, but for a “professional” company, this is a BIG red flag. (See images below)
About The Owner
I found this image on Twitter from Kids Earn Cash.
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However, when I searched “Justin Sodos Forbes’ Millionaires under 25”, I didn’t find any record of him.
Surely, if this were true, Justin would be easy to find in Google. We should be able to find his story from Forbes. More tricks and lies.
About Those Spelling Errors
There are way too many of them. It’s almost as if the people who created this page aren’t English speakers. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, but these types of misspellings are very prevalent on scam sites.
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About Those Payments
Kids Earn Cash is a definite scam and you will not be paid. Just look at these complaints from the Better Business Bureau.
Here are just a few of the many complaints.
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What’s worse is that after doing some research on this company, it seems that they primarily exist to steal your information.
Not only will they bombard your email with make money programs, but they also will attempt to use your username and password in the hopes that you use the same combination on other sites.
Also, the fact that they call this Kids Earn Money, to me sounds like they are targeting kids. This is VERY bad and I really hope kids ask their parents before doing that.
Also, parents, be wary of these scams that try to target your kids!
You Can Make Money Legitimately
One of the worst things about these scammers is that they make everyone look bad. You CAN make money online legitimately. You just have to keep your eyes and ears open.
We actually live in such an amazing time full of opportunity to make money online. (Here are 50 Real Ways to Make Money Online.) Yes, there are scammers, and there will always be scammers.
There are scammers in every industry.
What you don’t want to do is get stuck in the mindset that everyone is out to get you. It’s simply not true.
I aim to help you make good decisions by helping show you the bad programs, as well as the good ones.
In fact, my favorite way to make money online is through affiliate marketing.
Affiliate marketing is a completely legitimate way to make money working from home – if you learn how to do it the RIGHT way.
I learned how to put this website together with the training at Wealthy Affiliate. Not only do they have step by step instructions of how to do EVERYTHING, but you will also belong to a HUGE community of like-minded people who will help guide you along the way.
And you get your first 10 lessons free. No tricks or scams. You don’t even need to put in your credit card. They just want you to experience the platform for yourself so you can see the kind of value you’ll get.
I rarely call something an outright scam unless I’m really sure, but this time I have to conclude that Kids Earn Cash is a scam.
We see that there are way too many red flags, and ALL those complaints about them not paying completely give this one away.
What’s sad is that this company has been around a while using many different names. As soon as they get exposed as a scam, they close that site and start a new one.
So I’m sure we’ll be seeing this one again under a completely different name. I’m happy you are doing your research though, and now you know what to look out for.
In the meantime, if you want to really lean how to make money online, then I highly suggest checking out Wealthy Affiliate.
8 thoughts on “What is Kids Earn Cash? – Is Kids Earn Cash a Scam? Yup! [Review]”
Hi there, thank you for taking the time to review this site. I’m not familiar with it but after reading your review I will be on the lookout and on guard. It’s so sad that the few bad apples help to spoil the experience for real legitimate sites that really want to help others.
Exactly. That’s what really makes me sad. There are so many good opportunities available online, and yet these scammers kind of ruin it for everyone. Thanks for stopping by and reading!
This type of program reminds me of the couple of times I saw online “Take a survey and get $100 Walmart Gift Card!” So I tried to take the “survey,” but it wasn’t actually a survey at all but a whole bunch of try this and try that, and they made you sign up for a whole bunch of stuff before you could go on to the next page, and I never ever got to the part where they send you a $100 gift card (and I went through it for a while). That was a few years ago. I tried two of them (sucker), and now I know that there is no card, just like with this silly garbage, there is no payment. I can’t stand these scams. There should be an “agency” you report these types of clowns to because they are truly criminal in my opinion!
Thanks for sharing this information. Hopefully you’ll save someone a lot of time.
Thanks so much for reading my Kids Earn Cash review. I’m sorry you had to go through all that! I assume that’s EXACTLY what happens here too with this. (I wasn’t about to find out!) That’s really irritating and so shady. I can’t stand that type of thing.
This is almost worse because you have to do all of that AND they still won’t pay you. And they’ll take your info too.
Awesome Christina. As I begin reading your review of Kids Earn Cash, and I started liking it. Then, in midway, you have exposed it completely. Thankfully, I get to read this article before even trying this product.
Also, you have provided an alternate solution to earn money online. This way your reader will not be lost. Even I have good experience with Wealthy Affiliate platform and I am sure that an absolute newbie can make a significant amount of money through this platform.
Thanks a lot for sharing your review.
I’m glad you stopped by to read my Kids Earn Cash review. I’m also glad that you found your way to Wealthy Affiliate and that you can see the opportunities that it (and affiliate marketing) can provide!
Thanks for this well in-depth review about Kids Earn Cash. I personally have not heard of this company before, but after reading your post, I can see they they are indeed a very shady program out to do nothing but steal peoples money.
So I’ll be sure to steer clear of this program, and focus on one of other platforms you suggested like Wealthy Affiliate.
Out of all the methods you’ve tried online, what would you say is favorite one to earn an income online?
Hi Michael! Thanks so much for reading my Kids Earn Cash review, and I’m glad you know to stay away from this one now!
To answer your question, Wealthy Affiliate is, of course, my top pick just because they teach you how to create your own online business. It’s not like some one-off program where you copy someone else’s site and blast out affiliate offers from there. (I see a lot of those.)
Instead, you learn how to do everything on your own so that you’re independent. With that said, there are other great supplemental trainings and resources that I use that complement what Wealthy Affiliate teaches.
There isn’t any one program that will make you a boatload of cash. They all say they will do that, but we know that it’s not true. If ONLY! lol