CashOG Review: Zero Cash Potential Here OMG!

CashOG Review: Zero Cash Potential Here OMG!

CashOG is an MMO (Make Money Online) platform that will supposedly pay you money for referring people back to it as well as for completing a variety of other tasks such as filling in surveys, installing applications, uploading YouTube videos, etc.

The entire concept is extremely simple and easy to master even if you have never done anything like it in the past.

It’s too bad though that the entire CashOG platform is a scam, almost identical to that of Viral Pay, Viral Dollars, and Referral Pay so don’t expect that you’ll ever actually earn any money with it.

Brace yourself because you are about to find out every little dirty secret of CashOG in this review.

CashOG Overview

Name of Product: CashOG

Owners: Unknown

Price: Free to join. Additional charges apply within the platform

Official Website:

Suggested? 100% NOT!


  • Has just one pro
  • Unrealistic earnings claims
  • Fake positive testimonials and success stories
  • Additional charges inside the platform
  • Fake contact info
  • Unable to cashout
  • Potential hacking danger

Jump to the Cons Section

What is CashOG About?

How CashOG Works

CashOG is basically a GPT (Get Paid To) website which claims that it offers you the opportunity to get paid thousands of dollars by completing a variety of very simple tasks which you can complete extremely easily even if you have no previous experience with such matters.

First of all, CashOG provides you a referral link which you’ll be sharing online (social media, forums, blogs, etc) and it will pay you $2 for each person who clicks on that referral link, and an additional $10 when those who clicked your referral link sign up to CashOG (see image below).

CashOG Referral Link

In addition to that, CashOG will pay you

  • $30 for filling in surveys and entering contests
  • $20 for installing applications on your mobile phone
  • $50 for creating YouTube videos about CashOG
  • $10 for submitting a post on Instagram/Facebook/Twitter promoting CashOG

Be aware that the money you earn through completing every single CashOG task are being credited in your CashOG account and you can only actually cash them out after meeting all the requirements below:

  • getting 20 people to click on your link
  • referring 5 people to CashOG
  • completing 5 tasks from the $30 TaskWall
  • and having your CashOG account credited with more than $200

This is what CashOG poses to be.

A way to make a lot of money online fast and without much work.

But, is it really?

As it turns out no!

You see, after qualifying for and requesting a cashout, CashOG will ban your account at once claiming that you cheated the system, your stats are unauthentic, your clicks and referrals are fake and that your account is a fraud.

This way it got you to complete tasks which will bring money to its owners such as getting other people to sign up for the platform or filling in surveys and installing applications on your mobile phone without having to actually pay you a single dime.

Pretty awful right?

Who is CashOG for?

CashOG is only for those who want to waste their time, effort, and money trying to get people to join CashOG, filling in surveys, and installing applications on their mobile phones without getting a single penny in return.

In fact, I am so confident that you won’t be able to earn the slightest amount of money with CashOG that if you do, you can contact me with proof and I will deposit $100 more right in your account just for being wrong…

Who is CashOG NOT for?

CashOG is absolutely NOT for those who are after earning money online.

Those could be people who 

  • Want to replace the income from their current job in order to quit it
  • Work a part-time job and are in need of a supplementary income to cover their needs
  • Are interested in earning their living online
  • Want to be time and location independent
  • Are after building a stable income online in order to travel the world
  • Need some extra money online to provide to their family
  • Have tried other MMO and GPT platforms and systems but failed to meet their financial goals

If you are one of those people, then go ahead and check out Wealthy Affiliate or Project 24 at once because it’s really impossible for CashOG to help you achieve your financial goals.

What's Inside CashOG?

CashOG is actually comprised of a members dashboard through which you can access every single resource and tool you’ll need to actually use the platform. 

CashOG Main Menu


This is CashOG’s home page…

Within it, you’ll find your unique referral link, an overview of the total clicks on your link, your total referrals, the tasks you have completed, the amount of money you’ve been credited, a leaderboard, as well as some other useful links and social media sharing buttons.

CashOG Home Page

Refer & Earn

You can also access your referral link right here, a bunch of social media sharing buttons to easily share it, as well as the names of the people you have referred to CashOG.

$30 TaskWall

Includes a video with instructions on how to install applications to your mobile phone through CashOG as well as a list of tasks that are available for you to complete.

CashOG Tasks

Promotional Posts

9 banners to share on your social media accounts in order to increase your referral rate.

YouTube/Instagram/Facebook/Twitter Submission

Guidelines and instructions on earning money by publishing CashOG promotional videos and posts on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Rewards Center

Redeem the money you’ve been credited for various rewards such as 

  • Amazon/Visa/Netflix gift cards
  • iPads, iPhones, Macbooks
  • etc

My Account

Fill in your name, email address, and choose your preferred method of payment.


Monitor your total earnings, your unclaimed earnings, pending payments, payment method, and payment history.


Request a cashout of your earnings right here.

Track how close you are to reaching the requirements for your first cashout as well.


This section contains answers to some frequently asked questions of CashOG members.

Account Manager Skype

A Skype address to contact your account manager in case you need any help or support.

The Skype adress is actually fake so you’ll get neither.

You can confirm that with a simple Skype search for the username ana.cashog.

CashOG Success Stories & Testimonials

On CashOG’s website, you can find a number of payment proofs and positive testimonials about the platform.

It goes without saying that all of them are 100% fake and fabricated.

Let me explain why starting with the payment proofs.

CashOG Fake Payment Proofs

If you head over to you’ll be able to see more than a dozen screenshots of payments supposedly made by CashOG to its influencers.

If you look closely, you’ll see that most of those payments seem to have taken place earlier than 28/6/2019 which is when the domain name was first registered (see image below).

CashOG Whois Record

This means that CashOG didn’t even exist until 28/6/2019 so it’s impossible that it was paying people before then… Hell, it doesn’t even pay people now that it is actually up and running!

Subsequently, all those payment proofs should be fabricated.

Let’s take a look at those testimonials now.

CashOG Fake Positive Testimonials

Again, if you head over to, you’ll come across a dozen of positive video testimonials which are supposed to have been recorded by actual CashOG members.

The problem is that none of those people are actually members of CashOG but rather paid actors.

Take a look at the video below that is used as a positive testimonial for CashOG.

As you can see in the image below, that guy in the video you just watched is actually a paid actor who is offering his spokesperson services as a freelancer in Fiverr.

CashOG Fake Testimonial Paid Actor 1

This means that companies like CashOG pay him to record videos saying whatever they like.

And since one of those CashOG positive testimonials is fake, then in my eyes, all of them are fake.

Using fake payment proofs and fake positive testimonials is actually a crime as they directly influence the decision of an individual to sign up and use CashOG when they would otherwise not if those fake payment proofs and testimonials didn’t exist.

How Much Does CashOG Cost?

CashOG is free to join.

However, it’s not really free to use in its entirety.

You see, in order to be able to complete some of the tasks on the $30 TaskWall, you’ll be required to submit your mobile phone number and if you do, you’ll start receiving several promotional text messages per day at your very own charge.

And those text messages are not cheap at all… Their prices might range somewhere between $1 and $8 each and you might be receiving dozens of them per month.

Despite the fact that there are probably ways to unsubscribe from such text message services, I’d never submit my phone number anywhere within CashOG just for the sake of my own peace of mind.

CashOG Pros

  • Free to join

1 • Free to Join

The only pro of CashOG is that you don’t have to spend any money to actually join and test drive the platform until you realize how crappy it actually is.

CashOG Cons

  • Has just one pro
  • Unrealistic earnings claims
  • Fake positive testimonials and success stories
  • Additional charges inside the platform
  • Fake contact info
  • Unable to cashout
  • Potential hacking danger

1 • Has Just One Pro

The fact that the only pro of CashOG is that it’s free to join is definitely a con for me.

2 • Unrealistic Earnings Claims

The first thing you’ll see once you land on CashOG’s main page is a huge banner saying “Make $500 Today!”.

Besides the obvious setback that earning $500 in a day out of nowhere could only be possible for seasoned digital marketers since CashOG will never actually let you cash out your earnings, you won’t be able to earn $500 either today or ever with it…

In addition, on its “About Us” page, there’s a claim that CashOG has been around since 2015. As we’ve already seen, its domain name got registered on 28/6/2019 so this is a lie. CashOG also claims that it has paid over $44M to 300k of its members.

At the time of this review (20/8/2019), the platform is not even 2 months old so it’s impossible that it has managed to gather so many members as well as paid them over $44M in such a short amount of time.

3 • Fake Positive Testimonials/Success Stories

The fact that the success stories, payment proofs, and positive testimonials about CashOG are all fabricated, is an enormous turn-off for me.

This proves that CashOG’s creators were pretty confident that they would never get authentic positive testimonials from people who have tried the platform. Success stories would also be impossible to exist since CashOG doesn’t even pay its members…

So, they decided to lie about them…

According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), using fake positive testimonials and success stories is considered a violation as it encourages customers to invest in a product or service they otherwise might not, thereby defrauding the customer, which is actually illegal and subject to huge penalties.

4 • Additional Charges

As I’ve already mentioned, to complete some tasks on the $30 TaskWall you’ll be required to submit your mobile phone number…

Once you do, you agree to subscribe to text-message services which cost an average of $50 per month.

So, if you do the math, completing 5 of those tasks equals to $250 of monthly recurring charges to you.

Of course, there are ways to unsubscribe from those services and stop getting charged but would you trust them with your phone number after all that you’ve read until now?

I know I wouldn’t…

5 • Fake Support Info

CashOG gives you 2 options to contact their support team.

The first option is through a Skype address of an “account manager” which we’ve already established that it’s fake.

The second option is through an email address which after looking it up is also fake (see image below).

CashOG Fake Email Address

This means that you shouldn’t expect any kind of support after joining CashOG; you are all by yourself…

6 • Unable to Cashout

The biggest con of CashOG is that the platform will never actually let you cash out your earnings.

Even if it didn’t have any other cons and like a thousand more pros, this con alone beats the whole purpose of joining and using the platform in the first place.

For one last time, if you consider trying CashOG out, you’ll be wasting your time, effort, and possibly money as well without getting a single penny in return.

7 • Potential Hacking Danger

So, yesterday I attempted to complete one of CashOG’s tasks on the $30 TaskWall and before I even got to access it my antivirus went off giving me the alert below:

CashOG Malware Alert

As it seems, some of CashOG’s tasks lead to external websites which contain viruses that could hurt your computer and compromise the security of your personal data.

Such viruses could ruin valuable files and information and even expose the credentials of your social media, email, and bank accounts to several hackers.

I suggest that you never even access CashOG without having an internet security program installed… If you already have accessed CashOG without having any protection in place, you must immediately purchase an antivirus and scan your entire computer in order to ensure your safety…

So, What Now?

Okay, so you read this CashOG review in its entirety…

Now what?

Well, as I see it, right now you have 4 options…

  1. You either waste your time and effort trying to make money with CashOG (awful choice)
  2. You check out my top suggestions Project 24 or Wealthy Affiliate, which are proven to have helped hundreds of people earn their living online (optimal choice)
  3. You take a look at the dozens of others reviews I’ve put together hoping you’ll find something which suits you better there
  4. Or you walk out of here completely empty-handed, you never take the first step towards earning your living online and you move on living your current life for the years to come, always wondering what would have happened if you had taken action right this very moment

If I were where you are (which I’ve been), I would join Wealthy Affiliate (which is what I actually did).

Here’s why…

  • Wealthy Affiliate is one of the best MMO platforms that currently exist
  • I’ve actually been a premium Wealthy Affiliate member for almost 3 years now and I couldn’t be more satisfied with it
  • Wealthy Affiliate has the most success stories I’ve ever seen in an MMO course. Dozens more are being published daily within its forum-like community
  • It is completely FREE to join (no credit card required and no catches whatsoever)

Find out more about Wealthy Affiliate by taking a look at my Wealthy Affiliate Review.

So, what are you going to do?

This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. Twack Romero

    Another one to go on my ‘Avoid at all cost’ list, thank you. I’ve just tried the URL, out of curiosity, it seems to go someplace different now. Even Google couldn’t translate the page. I did spot the word ‘Bingo’ though, so that gives me a good idea of the type of site it is.

    So my obvious question, outside of the fact that the site seems inaccessible from my location, how is it that these sites manage to stay up for as long as they do? If there are laws in place for certain blatant breaches, then why are they not enforced via the search engines. Not the same, I know, but the social media giants are very quick to shut down content that doesn’t adhere to its own policies. 

    Only the other day, a friend was doing a ‘live’ video from his workshop, they had some music playing and it was ‘quashed within about 5 minutes. Muted. If they were as quick to pull down sites like these much fewer people will get scammed.

    1. Xaric

      I totally agree with you.

      First of all, as it seems, search engines are not that fast in evaluating the websites they index because most of the process takes place automatically. Most social media platforms seem to have teams which are monitoring what is uploaded and that’s maybe why they manage to pull down content which doesn’t adhere to their policies.

      Also, websites such as CashOG regularly change their domain name in order to keep themselves afloat. For instance, a scammy website very similar to CashOG used to be KidsEarnCash which later changed its name to Viral Pay, then Viral Dollars, and then Referral Pay.

      I believe that after a few months when CashOG has gathered a number of negative reviews, it’s going to change its name to something else. I also have a suspicion that CashOG used to be called CloutPay a few months back.

      I hope this sheds some light to your query.


  2. evesila

    Thank you for your review of CashOG. 

    We don’t want to demoralize earning money online is possible. But I strongly agree with that the help, CashOG is not possible. It’s totally a scam. 

    Your review will help defeat the scammers. I personally suggest that everybody should not go for short-term benefits as in that route scammers have set many traps.

    1. Xaric

      I sure hope so… I really hate it when people try to manipulate others into wasting their time, energy, and money without getting nothing in return just for the sake of earning some money.

      If I could, I’d really take such platforms down without the slightest hesitation…


  3. Monica

    Wow, great in-depth review!

    Nice research on finding the paid spokesperson and the fake support email.

    And claims that they paid people BEFORE their site was even up and running? I’m always leery of those get rich quick claims – usually a dead give away. As the old saying goes, “If it’s too good to be true, then it probably is!”. 

    I’m with you on the “free to join” claim is definitely not a “pro” in this case. 

    My phone (text) number is too valuable for those bothersome messages. 

    Best to keep looking. 

    Thanks for other suggestions. I’ll check those out.  

    1. Xaric

      I am glad that my CashOG review was of good value to you.

      Let me know if you need any further help or guidance from me.


  4. Willy

    Thanks for this eye-opening review on CashOG.

    A lot of people who are financially unstable would see this platform and all the deceitful rewards it has claimed to offer which is enticing and would fall for it.

    I was a victim of one other MMO scheme listed in this review called Referral Pay.

    I had invested a lot of my time and energy to make money with it but in the end and it was futile as my account got banned as you mentioned. 

    There are other much more legit platforms than CashOG to help you earn money online. 

    1. Xaric

      Thank you so much for sharing your bad experience with Referral Pay. This is exactly what people should expect of CashOG as well as it is almost like a clone of Referral Pay.

      Wealthy Affiliate and Project 24 are some pretty solid MMO platforms so make sure that you give them a try!


  5. Anthony Hu

    Very useful CashOG review!

    I started my online business this year and I am actively looking for more money-making opportunities. CashOG sounded interesting to me.

    When I evaluate a program like this, the first thing I look is the information of the business owner as well as their credentials. 

    As soon as I see that the owner is unknown, I suspect that the business might be scammy and I will not waste my time and energy digging any deeper.

    1. Xaric

      Looking for the legitimacy of the owner of an MMO platform is truly a good way to separate the platforms which are not worth your time and effort from those who actually do.

      When the owner of a platform is completely unknown, just like the case is with CashOG, this equals to zero credibility and trustworthiness towards the platform.


  6. C

    Thank you for this CashOG review.

    I was wondering if the platform would be a good option to earn some more money online. It seems like it’s not! 

    I like how you did the pros and cons section with a link to jump to a later point in the article. That makes the page very easy to navigate.

    I am trying out Wealthy Affiliate now. I have gotten more value out of the premium membership and made more money so far than I ever did on any website similar to CashOG I have tried in the past.

    1. Xaric

      It doesn’t surprise me.

      Truth is that the MMO programs which could truly help you to actually make money online can be counted in the palm of one hand so to speak…

      Thankfully, Wealthy Affiliate is one of those few so you can expect to make even more money as you keep moving forward with it.


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