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Summary

Notion Cash is almost certainly a malicious data harvesting scam.

Because InfluencerClub.co is a proven scam of that nature.

And the InfluencerClub.co domain now redirects to NotionCash.com.

Read the rest of the review to discover 5 more red flags.

Overall: avoid.

Pros

  • None known.

Cons

  • Probably a scam.

Opinion Disclaimer: the content in this review is ultimately a reflection of my own opinions and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, anyone, or anything.

Name:Notion Cash
Website:NotionCash.com
Platform:Independent
Type:Probable data harvesting scam
Price:Free to join
Trial?N/A
Money-Back Guarantee?N/A
Rating:<1 / 5
Recommended?No
How to Join?Don’t


I can’t keep up.

Because literally 2 minutes after I’d exposed the Viral Dollars scam.

I went over to Twitter and saw the exact same con.

But this time going under the name of Notion Cash:

Tweet Promoting Notion Cash


So…

If you’re familiar with how the Kids Earn Cash, Kids Earn Money, and Viral Pay scams work.

Then you’ll already know how Notion Cash is going to steal your personal information.

But if you’re oblivious to how these viral data harvesting scams work.

Then check out my honest Notion Cash review below.

What is Notion Cash?

Notion Cash markets itself as a rewards platform.

Where you’re supposedly able to earn money directly by ‘completing tasks and answering questions’.

With the added ‘bonus’ of being able to earn $25 just for signing up.

And a further $10 – $15 for each person that you refer.

Sounds great doesn’t it?

Well…

I can say with near 100% certainty that you won’t make a penny with Notion Cash.

And I’ll explain my reasoning in just a moment.

Screenshot of the Notion Cash Website


Image source: NotionCash.com

Is Notion Cash a Scam or Legit?

In my personal opinion?

Notion Cash is a malicious data harvesting scam.

That uses its ‘referral scheme’ to trick you into recruiting others into the scam.

I’ll explain how the scam works in just a moment.

Warning: Fake Notion Cash Reviews

But before we go any further.

I want to make you aware that the ‘positive’ Notion Cash reviews that you’ve seen so far are almost certainly fake.

The initial ‘testimonials’ are typically created by the creators of the scam themselves to improve their image.

And the ‘real’ Notion Cash reviews that show ‘payment proof’?

Well…

They are often created by unfortunate folks that don’t realise that they’ll never be able to withdraw that ‘money’ to their bank or PayPal accounts.

Here’s why.

5 Reasons Why Notion Cash is Likely a Scam

Ok.

So the folks behind these scams want to steal your personal data.

But why?

Well…

The main reason is probably so that they can sell it on to 3rd parties.

Who will then likely spam your social media and mobile numbers into oblivion.

As reported by this user that got caught up in the Kids Earn Cash clone scam:

Tweet That Proves Kids Earn Cash is a Scam


But…

Some people have also claimed that the people behind these sort of scams aren’t against lifting your sign up details…

Hoping that you use the exact same email and password combinations.

So that they can hack into your email, PayPal and bank accounts.

So…

What makes me so sure that Notion Cash is a scam?

Here are five reasons.

1: Resembles Proven Scams

I know.

It’s not really fair to tar people with the same brush.

But every site that I’ve reviewed that mirrors the proven Kids Earn Money and Kids Earn Cash scams turns out to be exactly the same.

I can usually spot these copycat scams simply by looking at their:

  • Earning claims;
  • Website design;
  • Membership area dashboard;
  • Data request funnel.

Kids Earn Cash Scam Advert


Image: the Kids Earn Cash scam ad design.

But yes.

I’m making an assumption here.

But I’m confident that as time goes on.

The reports of people not getting paid by Notion Cash will begin to mount up.

And the creators will then ‘rebrand’ the scam to catch out a new wave of unsuspecting souls.

2: Dates Don’t Add Up

Just like Kids Earn Cash.

Notion Cash’s ‘Why it Works’ page makes it look like they are an established company.

In this case?

Claiming that ‘…our team at NotionCash has worked for over 13 years developing an AI-based algorithm…’:

Screenshot of Notion Cash Business Claims


Now…

Was I surprised when my WHOIS lookup revealed that the NotionCash.com domain is just 40 days old?

Screenshot of WHOIS Record for NotionCash.com


No.

Because this is the same kind of trick that Kids Earn Cash, Viral Pay, Viral Dollars, and the rest of these cons pull.

Oh, and another thing.

I found no record of ‘Kids Influencer Club, LLC’ anywhere.

Which is supposedly the parent company of Notion Cash.

And it looks like their associated address is totally made up:

‘P.O. Box 71918, Manhattan Beach, CA 90267’.

3: Fabricated Testimonials

Just like Viral Dollars.

Notion Cash have paid for a ‘spokesperson’ on Fiverr to fabricate the reviews on their testimonials page.

For example (source: NotionCash.com/testimonials/):

Thumbnail of Fake Notion Cash YouTube Review


But…

It only took me a few minutes to find ‘mastermind2009s’ services available on Fiverr:

Screenshot of Spokesperson Services Video on Fiverr


And bonus points if…

You noticed that the video ‘Roswell’s review’ was actually for ‘Influencer Club’ rather than Notion Cash.

And if you do a quick Google search for Influencer Club reviews.

The genuine ones will tell you that Influencer Club is a scam.

And if you go to InfluencerClub.co…

You’ll find that it now redirects to NotionCash.com!

4: Personal Details Extracted

This is what it all boils down to.

Getting you to reveal your personal information.

This process starts when you join up (which I strongly recommend you do NOT do).

And you’re then asked progressively to give away your phone number and credit card details when you complete the ‘tasks’:

Kids Earn Cash Request to Enter Phone Number Message

5: Unlikely That You’ll Be Paid

No one that got involved with Kids Earn Cash or the other clone scams ever got paid.

Because although your ‘money’ looks like it’s increasing in your dashboard area.

You’ll never actually be able to withdraw it.

Normally…

You’ll be told that your referrals were ‘fraudulent’.

Or your account will simply be blocked.

And your emails ignored.

In my opinion?

I can’t imagine that Notion Cash will behave any differently.

Conclusion: Almost Certainly a Scam

In my opinion?

Notion Cash is almost certainly a malicious data harvesting scam.

Yes.

Most of the evidence that I’ve presented is anecdotal and circumstantial.

But you can see for yourself that InfluencerClub.co now redirects to NotionCash.com.

And…

In addition to the other InfluencerClub.co reviews that claimed this outfit was a scam.

I also found reports on Twitter that people who took part in the Influencer Club could not withdraw their ‘commission’:

Tweet of Influencer Club Payment Complaints

So…

If InfluencerClub.co is a proven scam….

And InfluencerClub.co redirects to NotionCash.com…

I’ll let you draw your own conclusions!

Pros

  • None known.

Cons

  • Almost certainly a scam.

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Yes.

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