Cashvib Review: Please Read This

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Cashvib promises to pay you to watch ads online.  It’s a “direct to consumer research and marketing platform that pays you for your online time and attention.”

I have mentioned these types of sites before and 99.9% of the time they are not worth your time.  Cashvib is another that falls into this category and I will explain why in this review.

Whether you’re looking for additional ways to make money online or you came across the name Cashvib, let’s dive in and see what this company is all about.  As always, 100% honest.

What is Cashvib?

Cashvib claims that you can make money by both watching ads as well as inviting your friends.  It sounds like a very easy way to earn money online, however, as you dig in, you will find a lot of red flags.  Whenever you find an easy way to make money, you have to raise your red flags, as something that’s too good to be true often is.

Cashvib is a PTC-like site that will pay you to watch ads.  When you create an account and log into it, you can immediately start earning, which I will explain below.

As you can see, you will have a balance above, which is automatically credited $10 as well as a number of ads you can watch to earn a set amount.  For example, you can watch a 35-second ad for $0.54 or another for $0.46.  This is VERY high in comparison to competitors as most only pay a half of cent if that.  That’s the first red flag.

If you were to click on any of these ads (I don’t recommend you do so), you will be redirected to a very spammy-like website, sometimes one that’s definitely not safe for work.  I highly recommend you don’t click on these ads as you have no idea where it’s going to take you.  If you don’t have a pop-up blocker, you will see a lot of pop-up ads pop up as you’re viewing the ads.   These ads are definitely unethical nor are they coming from sites that are legitimate.  You may even find your anti-virus software will flag them.

These ads rotate throughout the day, and you will usually see about six or so on your dashboard.

Referring Friends

Aside from viewing ads, you can also earn $1 for every friend who accepts your invite.  This is quite high as most places ask that your referral earns at least a certain amount or they give you a certain amount of what your referrer earns.  This isn’t the case here.

You get $1 when your friend accepts your invites and they get $10 when you click on your link.

They offer this fake refer-a-friend service because they hope you share the word before you attempt to cash out.  The more people who click their ads and make them money, the merrier.

Getting Paid

When it comes time to get paid, you can choose from a variety of options, which includes PayPal, Skrill, Payeer, Western Union and Google Play.

You need at least $70+ for most options, which is very high, maybe the highest I have seen, to cash out.  They have this threshold high because they want to incentivize you to work as much as possible before you find out you’re going to get scammed.

However, when you choose to pay out, you will read a lot of red flags when it comes time to cash out.  It’s the reason they make the threshold so high.  They hope you view the ads and help them make money before you ditch the service because you won’t see the money ever arrive.  They also hope that you refer your friends as well, thinking you will get paid, which won’t happen.

The Reviews Online

I know I’m only one person and you may not trust me, I get it.  However, if you research other sites, you will find the same complaints.

All of them said the same thing.

They never received their money and they wasted a ton of their time.  This was very common if you look elsewhere on third-party review websites.

Final Thoughts

0/10In the end, Cashvib is one to skip.

The ads are garbage, unethical and they will bombard you with pop-ups, many of which may be riddled with ads.  Plus, it’s going to take you forever to reach the threshold, which, even if you get there, won’t pay you anyways.  You’re just going to be wasting your time.

For now, if you want to watch ads online and get paid, I would skip out on it entirely because even the most legitimate sites don’t pay much.  Instead, focus more on other money-making ventures that can be much more lucrative.  There are a lot of them, so I recommend you check out that subsection for now.

That’s going to do it for now.

As always, vent in the comments below if you want to comment on your experience or add to this guide.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. You won't find gimmicks here. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I graduated from Arizona State University, and I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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