RainMoney.co Review: **WARNING** It’s a SCAM!

RainMoney.co Review: **WARNING** It’s a SCAM!

During the last couple of months, most social media platforms, Google, and YouTube are swarming with claims that RainMoney.co is the #1 influencer network and the best way to make money online.

The platform supports that it will even pay you $25 just for joining it. Yes, RainMoney is that good!

But is it really?

A few weeks ago you decided to join the platform, get that $25 signup bonus, and try to make some more money.

You kept completing tasks, inviting people, creating Youtube videos until you eventually qualified for payment.

You requested your money, RainMoney told you that you’ll get it in 1-2 weeks but the time has passed and you still haven’t received anything.

Now, you can’t stop wondering

  • “Is RainMoney.co really legit?”
  • “Am I going to actually receive my payment?”
  • “Or is RainMoney.co a scam that wasted my precious time for nothing?”

Well, this is your lucky day because, in this review, I will go over exactly

  • What RainMoney.co really is
  • How it works
  • Why it might be of your best interest to stay away from it
  • Plus, a couple of better alternatives to earning money online

This way, you’ll be able to make an informed decision about whether RainMoney.co is worth your time (spoiler alert -> it’s not) or if you’d better shift your attention towards a more legit and promising money-making opportunity.

RainMoney.co Overview

Name of Product: RainMoney Pty Ltd

Owners: Unknown


  • Free to join
  • Additional charges apply to qualify for a cashout

Official Website: rainmoney.co

Suggested? Absolutely NOT!

  • Fake payment proofs
  • Fake Testimonials
  • Unrealistic claims
  • Additional charges to complete tasks
  • Fake support info
  • Unknown owners
  • Unable to cashout
  • Potential hacking danger
  • Part of a huge scam network
  • BBB consumer warning

Jump to the Cons Section

What is RainMoney.co About?

How Does RainMoney.co Work

RainMoney.co is an MMO (Make Money Online) platform which will supposedly make you rich by completing a variety of very simple tasks which require you to have no previous experience whatsoever such as

  • getting people to sign up to RainMoney.co through a unique referral link the platform provides you
  • publishing posts promoting RainMoney.co on your social media
  • filling in online surveys
  • installing applications on your mobile phone
  • entering contests
  • etc, etc

More specifically, RainMoney.co claims that will pay you

  • $25 just for signing up
  • $2 for each person who clicks on your referral link
  • an additional $10 for each person who signed up to RainMoney.co after clicking on your referral link
  • $30 for filling in surveys and entering contests
  • $10 for installing applications on your mobile phone
  • $50 for creating YouTube videos promoting RainMoney
  • $10 for submitting a promotional post on Instagram/Facebook/Twitter 

Up until this point, everything seems pretty straightforward, right?

The only problem is that RainMoney.co will never actually let you get your hands on the money you’ve earned with it.

Upon completing their tasks, they will credit your RainMoney.co account with money in order to make you think that they will actually pay you, but once you request a payment of that credited money, they will ban your account forever.

Let me demonstrate exactly how RainMoney.co works…

How Does RainMoney.co Work?

First of all, RainMoney.co lures you in with the promise of a $25 sign up bonus…

RainMoney $25 Signup Bonus

The majority of people will join RainMoney.co based on that bonus, thinking that they can instantly get their hands on it once they create their account.

However, in order to qualify to cash out any of the money you’ve been credited through RainMoney.co, you need to have

  • referred at least 5 people to RainMoney.co
  • completed at least 5 tasks
  • been credited with at least $200
  • at least 20 clicks on your unique referral link

Some people will quit RainMoney.co once they realize that they can’t have their $25 signup bonus right away. Those are the lucky ones.

However, there are others who will say “What the hell, the tasks I have to complete to qualify for a cashout are not so hard. Plus, I can earn even more money by completing them. Let’s give it a try!” … Those are the ones who get scammed.

They start devoting time and energy into referring people to the platform and completing tasks, thinking that the next time they hit that “Request Payment” button, they’ll get hundreds of dollars deposited in their bank account.

However, what they don’t know is that RainMoney.co will ban their account the moment they request a payment using as an excuse that they tried to play the system by getting fake referrals and clicks.

Viral Points Warning for Fake Referrals

This way, RainMoney.co gets you to bring more people to it as well as complete several tasks which will bring money to its owners without having to pay you a single dime.

Pretty appalling right?

Well, this is it… This is how RainMoney.co actually works or better doesn’t work.

It just makes you believe that you can make a lot of money with it fast and effortlessly in order to get 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 smartphone and then when you request for the money you’ve earned fair and square, they kick you out.

Really classy…

Who is RainMoney.co for?

RainMoney.co is for no one. At least no one who is serious about earning money online.

In fact, I am so confident that you won’t earn even a single penny with RainMoney.co that if you do, you can contact me with your payment proof and I will deposit $100 more right in your account just for being wrong…

Who is RainMoney.co NOT for?

RainMoney.co is absolutely NOT for those who

  • Want to build a full-time income online in order to quit a job they hate
  • Work a part-time job and are in need of a supplementary income to cover their expenses
  • Are interested in becoming online business owners/entrepreneurs
  • Want the freedom to work whenever they want and from wherever they want
  • Are after building a stable income online in order to travel the world
  • Need some extra money to provide for 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 you should absolutely check out Wealthy Affiliate or Project 24 at once because RainMoney.co is never going to help you achieve your financial goals.

How Much Does RainMoney.co Cost?

RainMoney.co 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 its tasks on the $30 TaskWall, you’ll need to submit your mobile phone number to them.

RainMoney.co Enter Your Phone Number

If you do submit your phone number, you automatically subscribe to various text message services which could cost you up to $50 per month and sometimes even more.

Despite the fact that there are probably ways to unsubscribe from those services, I would never trust my phone number to scammy platforms such as RainMoney.co. 

Plus, as I’ve already mentioned, RainMoney.co will ban your account the moment you request a cashout so there’s really no point whatsoever in trying to complete those tasks in the first place.

RainMoney.co Pros

  • Free to join

1 • Free to Join

If I had a gun on my head and I had to figure out one thing that I liked about RainMoney, I would say that I like that it’s free to join.

RainMoney.co might be a huge waste of time but thankfully, it’s not a waste of money because it’s free to join and use (assuming of course that you don’t submit your mobile phone number or credit card info anywhere within it).

That’s something…

Imagine having paid a couple of dozens of dollars to join RainMoney only to find out right now that it’s just a huge scam.

That would be just awful!

RainMoney.co Cons

  • Fake payment proofs
  • Fake Testimonials
  • Unrealistic claims
  • Additional charges to complete tasks
  • Fake support info
  • Unknown owners
  • Unable to cashout
  • Potential hacking danger
  • Part of a huge scam network
  • BBB consumer warning

1 • RainMoney.co Payment Proofs = Fake

As you’ve probably already seen, RainMoney.co has an entire page dedicated to displaying dozens of screenshots of payments supposedly made by the platform to its members.

Just a heads up, every single one of those payment proofs is fake.

The images right below display 4 of RainMoney’s payment proofs.

First of all, if you take a closer look at them, you’ll realize that the actual payer is omitted so we can’t really know if it’s RainMoney or MacDonalds…

RainMoney.co Fake Testimonial 4
RainMoney.co Fake Testimonial 9
RainMoney.co Fake Testimonial 5
RainMoney.co Fake Testimonial 6

Secondly, many of RainMoney’s sister scams such as

have used the exact same payment screenshots as their payment proofs as well (see images below).


Lastly, as you can see in the image right below, the domain name rainmoney.co, was first registered on the 15th of August 2019.

RainMoney.co Domain Name Registration Date

This proves that RainMoney.co started operating on the 15th of August 2019.

However, if you take a closer look, somehow RainMoney’s payment proofs seem to have taken place before that date…

So either the platform paid people before it even existed (year right), or all its payment proofs are fake!

I’d bet my money on the latter.


2 • RainMoney.co Testimonials = Fake

Besides the fake payment proofs, in an attempt to further increase its credibility and trustworthiness, RainMoney.co has also published a number of positive testimonials on its website.

Too bad, all of those testimonials are fake as well.

For instance, the testimonial right below can be found on RainMoney’s home page but instead of mentioning RainMoney, it mentions Referral Pay which is actually one of RainMoney’s sister scams.

RainMoney.co Fake Testimonial 10

After visiting Referral Pay’s website, I discovered that the exact same testimonial exists on its home page (image below).

Referral Pay Fake Testimonial 1

In addition, RainMoney has included several more positive video testimonials under its page rainmoney.co/testimonials 

All those videos have been created by members of the platform but not because they think that the platform is legit but because Rainmoney.co promises to pay them $50 (which they will never get) per video they upload.

RainMoney.co YouTube Submission

The fake payment proofs that RainMoney uses, prove that it indeed doesn’t pay its members… If it did, why even bother publishing fake payment proofs and risk their credibility and trustworthiness and not just publish some real ones right?

The fact that RainMoney’s creators have published fake positive testimonials shows that they know their platform sucks so bad that it would never get authentic positive testimonials from people who have actually tried it.

According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), using fake positive testimonials/success stories is considered illegal and subject to huge penalties as it encourages customers to invest in a product or service they otherwise wouldn’t if those fake testimonials/success stories didn’t exist, thereby defrauding them.

3 • Unrealistic Claims

Just like the majority of completely useless MMO platforms do, RainMoney.co makes a lot of unrealistic earning claims in order to trick people into joining and using it.

The first thing that you see when you land on RainMoney’s homepage is a huge banner saying “Make $150 Per Day”

Yeah sure, if making $150 a day was that easy and fast, everyone in the world would be a millionaire by now…

Furthermore, Rainmoney.co claims that its average influencer makes $2000 per month and that it has paid $35 million to 150k of its members.

However, if you do the math $35 million to 150k people equal to $233 per person.

That’s not that much money and definitely not $2000 per month.

Lastly, on its “About” page, RainMoney claims that it has been operating since 2013 which is also a lie.

As we saw right above, rainmoney.co was first registered in August 2019.

Everything on RainMoney’s website is a big fat lie.

4 • Additional Charges

As I’ve mentioned earlier, in order to qualify for a cashout of your RainMoney.co earnings you need to complete at least 5 tasks on its $30 TaskWall.

In order to complete some of those tasks, you’ll be required to submit your phone number and agree to subscribe to paid text-message services which could cost you a ton of money.

Other tasks might ask you to fill in your credit card or bank account info and then start charging you for random products and digital services you never actually bought.

This way you could end up losing a ton of money while attempting to complete tasks in order to qualify for your first cashout which is never going to actually take place.

Stay away, people!

5 • Fake Support Info

RainMoney.co is supposed to offer support through a Skype address of an “account manager” (@maria.rainmoney) as well as through an email address (contact@rainmoney.co).

I used an email checker to find out if the email address they provided was legit or not.

As you can see in the image below, it’s not!

RainMoney.co Fake Email Address

Also, I’ve tried to contact RainMoney’s account manager a month ago and I still haven’t received an answer.

As it seems, both of those addresses are fake (no surprise there).

This means that RainMoney.co offers no support whatsoever.

After joining it, you are all by yourself…

6 • Unknown Owners

Another huge con of RainMoney.co​ is that it provides no information about its owners.

This is one of the most obvious signs of a scam!

Scammers tend to keep their identity hidden in order to avoid being identified with their fraudulent activities and getting caught.

A legit website/company ALWAYS provides information about its owners.

7 • Unable to Cashout

The biggest con of RainMoney.co is that the platform will never actually let you get your hands on the money you’ve been credited with for referring people as well as completing its tasks.

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.

Trying to make money with RainMoney.co would be like trying to go on a road trip on a car with no wheels – it just won’t happen…

8 • Potential Hacking Danger

Before I started putting together this review, I attempted to complete some of RainMoney’s tasks that didn’t require me to submit my mobile phone number or any credit card info.

However, before I even got to access the first task, my antivirus went off giving me the alert below…

CashOG Malware Alert

Apparently, RainMoney’s tasks lead to 3rd party websites that contain viruses that could enable hackers to get their hands on personal data and sensitive information of yours such as the login credentials to your social media, email, credit cards, or even your bank accounts.

If you don’t have an internet security or antivirus program installed make sure to stay clear of RainMoney at all costs…

If you’ve already accessed the platform without having any protection in place, you must immediately purchase an antivirus and scan your entire system in order to ensure that your computer hasn’t caught a virus and that your personal data and sensitive information are safe.

9 • Part of a Huge Scam Network

Unfortunately, RainMoney.co isn’t the only platform posing as “the #1 influencer network” out there…

Truth is that RainMoney is part of an enormous network of hundreds of identical scams that have been scamming people for many years now, such as

just to name a few.

Take a look at the images below to see for yourself how all those platforms are basically clones of one another…

RainMoney.co Identical Scam
PaidNova.com Identical Scam
Tap2Earn.co Scam

10 • BBB Consumer Alert

A few months ago BBB (Better Business Bureau) issued consumer alerts for Kids Earn Money and Notion Cash which are both RainMoney’s sister scams.

You can take a look at those alerts for yourself right below

According to BBB, between January 4 and March 13, 2019, BBB Metro New York received 27 complaints, 35 reviews, and 6 Scam TrackerSM reports regarding Kids Earn Money and Notion Cash.

The unrealistic earning claims these platforms make are in violation of the BBB’s Code of Advertising. BBB tried to locate the owners of those platforms to sort things out but without any luck. 

BBB has given both of those companies an “F” rating suggesting to the public that they should stay as far away as possible from them.

Below you can find a few complaints left under the BBB profiles of Kids Earn Money and Notion Cash of people who have actually been scammed by the platforms.

Kids Earn Money BBB Scam Complaint 1
Kids Earn Money BBB Scam Complaint 2
Kids Earn Money BBB Scam Complaint 3
Kids Earn Money BBB Scam Complaint 4
Notion Cash BBB Scam Complaint 1
Notion Cash BBB Scam Complaint 2

You can take a look at all the complaints about Kids Earn Money and Notion Cash by following the links below:

Please remember that RainMoney.co is a scam created by the exact same people who have created both Kids Earn Money and Notion Cash. 

So, What Now?

Okay, so you read this RainMoney.co review in its entirety…

Now what?

Well, as I see it, right now you have 5 options…

  1. Completely waste your time and effort trying to make money online with RainMoney.co (awful choice)
  2. Take a look at the dozens of others reviews I’ve put together hoping you’ll find something which suits you better there
  3. Walk out of here completely empty-handed
  4. Make some extra money per month by filling in surveys and completing tasks with Survey Junkie and Swagbucks
  5. Check out my top MMO (Make Money Online) suggestions Project 24 and/or Wealthy Affiliate, both of which are proven to have helped hundreds of people to build a full-time income online (optimal choice)

Your call…

This Post Has 20 Comments

  1. San

    Thanks, you’ve saved my day!

    1. Xaric

      I am thrilled that I could be of help!

      Stay safe,


  2. Minhas referências não estão aparecendo ? Não acho essa Maria no skype já tenho mais de 20 cliques pra sacar só falta obter referência onde não estou conseguindo ??

    1. Xaric

      Translation: My referrals aren’t showing up? I do not think this Maria Skype is real. I already have more than 20 clicks but I can’t withdraw my money. I just need to contact someone.

      Answer: Sorry, Lori, you can’t… This Skype address is fake. The emails are fake as well. The platform will never pay you as I mentioned a million times within my review.

      Unfortunately, you have been scammed.

      Move on and don’t look back.


  3. Tony Ubochi

    I’m three days old with rainmoney and after reading your article I have no doubt that it’s a scam.

    Please tell me how to unsubscribe.

    1. Xaric

      Hey Tony!

      Just never log in their website ever again. You are fortunate that you found out before wasting weeks of your time just to end up getting banned.

      Make sure to check out my suggestions, Wealthy Affiliate and Project 24. You will probably find what you are looking for in one of them.

      My regards to you,


  4. Robert Trevor

    This is one of those scams, that we are constantly warned about, it seems that the only people who will be making money with it are its owners.

    Again the classic signs are there to see…

    1/ the owners are unknown and unreachable. 

    2/ False claims of making a lot of money fast but when you claim your money, you are falsely accused of contravening their regulations and your account is blocked, resulting in no payout.

    You also lay open to being hacked or getting a virus, if you work on their website, so this alone is a no-no for everyone who doesn’t have any protection installed on their computer or phone.

    Thanks a lot for warning us!

    1. Xaric

      I am glad that you found my review of value!


  5. shirian

    Recently I have gotten the exact fancy ads of this RainMoney platform and I was curious about how they could help people increase their online earnings.

    Therefore I googled it and came to the conclusion that it’s a big scam. By reading your review I am 100% convinced that the best way for me to deal with it, is to stay away from these sorts of products and services and maybe stick with platforms such as Wealthy Affiliate and Project 24 with which people seem to always have positive experiences. 

    1. Xaric

      That’s a good choice… Stay as far as possible from RainMoney and its likes…

      Let me know how it goes with Wealthy Affiliate and Project 24.


  6. grea8J


    I was all smiles when I first visited your website. I salute your creativity. 

    Though I’ve never heard about Rainmoney until a few days ago their tricks are seriously scammy and you sounded so sure. How getting paid for installing apps even works in the first place?

    I know about Wealthy Affiliate but I’ll have to go through the Project 24 review to find out more about it as well!

    1. Xaric

      Thanks a lot for your kind words man!

      I guess that RainMoney.co earns commissions for each person who installs the application on their mobile phone through their website.

      Let me know if you have any questions about Project 24!


  7. MissusB

    MMOs which are TGTBT!

    RainMoney has all the red flags of a scam. Their modus is a classic one. Probably because it is under the same creator of Viral Pay, Referral Pay, and Viral Points. Busting how these scammers work just brings satisfaction to me.

    Anyway, aren’t these fakers being investigated by FTC or something? Because it seems that instead of stopping, they are still growing and having different names.

    Fake payment proofs are rampant strategy to entice people to join. To better understand this, let’s say that RainMoney is really paying its members – does their payment proof grow after every task? What if you completed all the tasks, is this the part where your account will be dismissed?

    1. Xaric

      Exposing such scammers makes me ecstatic as well hehe!

      I don’t really know if they are being investigated by FTC but I believe that they are not. After all, each one of those platforms lasts for about a couple of months and then shuts down and reopens under a different domain name so it would be impossible for the FTC to keep track of all of them.

      Your account gets banned once you request a payment of the money you’ve been credited by referring people to the platform, getting clicks on your links, completing tasks, etc.

      It literally happens after you’ve done all the work and they don’t really need you anymore.


  8. drinkteahub

    A big thank you for your thorough and honest review.

    RainMoney looks like the worst sort of scam. It looks at first glance like a very legitimate way of making some extra cash but the first alert goes off when you click on “Get in touch” it just says “[contact-form-7 404 “Not Found”]”.

    It is so easy to get lured into these sorts of things without realizing the sky-high cash out threshold ($200!) and the whole range of other problems which your review highlights.

    A fake Skype address, fake payment proofs, fake support details. That’s awful. You are to be commended for finding this information and posting it online. I hope lots of people read your review before falling for this, and I hope you continue to research and publish on similar fake “opportunities”.

    1. Xaric

      The contact form error doesn’t prove anything… I used to have the same error as well for a couple of months until I noticed it and actually fixed it but this didn’t mean that my website was not legit.

      I am definitely going to be publishing more reviews of similar scams so make sure you stay tuned and always do your research before you actually invest in a product, program, or platform.


  9. Jay

    I really like your preferred suggestions Wealthy Affiliate and Project 24 so I might try one of these out.

    RainMoney is the worse as it’s just after wasting people’s money and time. I cannot believe things like this are still allowed to exist in the online world. Are there not places that we can report scam sites like RainMoney so it can be removed from the internet?

    1. Xaric

      I don’t think that there’s any point in reporting them… Until they get reviewed they will have shut down and reopened under a different domain name.

      Those people seem to know what they are doing.


  10. Melinda Curle

    This is a very informative review.

    I had never heard of Rainmoney until a couple of days ago and I thought about checking it out before I join.

    It is so sad that they lie to people and waste their time and money.

    Did you join Rainmoney? How long were you in it before you realized they were never planning on paying you? I guess it is clickbait. They attract people who are desperate to make money and then hope they stick around to complete their tasks.

    1. Xaric

      I have joined RainMoney.co but I didn’t try it out to its full extent. I have tried out several of its clones though such as ViralPay, ReferralPay, CashOG, etc.

      My RainMoney.co review is basically a reflection of my experience with all these other platforms which of course are 100% identical to RainMoney.co.

      The first platform I tried was ViralPay. I knew that it was a scam the moment I landed on their website but I devoted a few hours of my time to try it out anyway. I completed all the tasks and when I requested a payment they banned me. The same happened with Referral Pay, Viral Dollars, and CashOG.

      There are dozens of identical scams out there and I am going to expose all of them over time so make sure to stay tuned and be careful.

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