Is Viral Cash App A Scam?

Product Name:  Viral Cash App

Product Type:  Online Software


Price:  Basic $49 plus upsells

Owner:  Matthew Neer

Rating:  1.5 out of 5

Would you like a big red button online somewhere that gave you cash every time you hit it?  Viral Cash App is prepared to give you just such a button so you can become a beta tester and use the button over and over to generate more and more cash payments.

How can such a thing exist?  If it works, why isn’t the whole world using it?

Matthew Neer, a seasoned online entrepreneur who has offered several other money-making systems, is quick to assure you it does work.  Just send him some money and he will teach you how, and give you your own big red button.

I’m sure that you would agree that such a button would be worth a great deal.  Apparently, Matthew Neer believes so, because he ends up asking for several upsells.  These put money in Mr. Neer’s pocket.

Interesting that on the introductory video Matthew tells you that you got the link through one of his close associates, and it is not available to just anybody.  Wrong.  I just logged in to his website and there it was. sign: video not available to all

He also says the video ad will be removed at any time.  I am guessing that as long as he is making money from it, it will be available.

The initial fee to get past the first video is $49.00.  If you click to leave, the price can come down magically to $24.95.  That’s what I paid.

In the second video he tells you about the big red button.  However, you cannot have it right away.  First you have to pay $149 to remove the restriction that allows you to display only 10 videos a day.  After that fee is paid, you will be able to add an unlimited number of pages to your site.

Then and only then are you offered the big red button.  It will cost you another $97.

One last upsell offers you millionaire mentoring – 10 of Matthew Neer’s best training videos – for $197.00.Sales funnel

Now that you have fully automated the system, you have paid out at least $468.  If you paid $49 instead of $24.95, your total is closer to $500, and you haven’t made any money yet.  What is wrong with this picture?

In Matthew Neer’s training videos he tells you very little about how the product works.  He does spend a lot of time telling you how important it is to upgrade.

His second video is a big push to sell the “Easy Button,” but when you pay the money you still do not get the Easy Button.  In fact, you have one more upsell for $97 that finally gets you the button.

The entire second video, in fact, was mostly built around the idea of how vital the Easy Button is for your business. By the end of that video, you still do not know how to use the product.  You have to spend more money to find out.

In fact, to get to the member’s area, you have to pay the initial fee and then three more upsells.  I don’t know about you, but at that point I’m wondering when the guy will tell us how to get started.

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He gives you just enough information for you to realize you need the next upsell to proceed.  To have to buy three times in order to make no progress is not my idea of a sound economic program.

Matthew Leer says that you have to perform only a few easy steps and your work will be done.  Here are the steps you must do:Viral cash app steps

  1.   Log in
  2.  Choose a category
  3.  Pick a keyword from a list provided
  4.  Add monetization codes

You are told that if you buy into the program you will become a beta tester.  The requirements you must fulfill are:

  1. 1.  Have basic computer skills, such as copy and paste
  2. 2. Watch and share videos regularly
  3. 3. Make a minimum of 10 posts a day

A good thing:  This program is 100% guaranteed.  If you are not happy with the app within 60 days, you can ask for a full refund.

In the small print at the bottom of the page it says, “Every effort has been made to accurately represent this product and its potential.  There is no guarantee that you will earn any money using the techniques and ideas in these materials.  The statements of earnings made are examples of the success the author has had in using the techniques outlined in the product they are selling.  Examples in these materials are not to be interpreted as a promise or guarantee of earnings.  Earning potential is entirely dependent on the person using the product, ideas, and techniques.”

Mr. Leer explains the business in this way:

The app siphons profits from a $70 billion pie and deposits it directly into your bank account.  He tells us what it isn’t:

Not bitcoin

No paid advertising

No SEO or Google

No MLM or Shopify

You just plug into a commission network and siphon off profits.  There is nothing to install – just log in.

He says, “Facebook and YouTube get paid when you watch fun videos.  Shouldn’t you get paid as well?”

Basically, the app allows you to make money when other people click on and watch a video.

The video is placed on a page with display advertising.  Large companies have paid a lot of money to get on that page.  The website page is written for you.  If you had to hire a programmer to set this up it would cost a lot of money.

I do not understand how you get people to your site.  With no traffic, how can you expect people to watch your videos, whether they have gone viral or not.

With no SEO, how will the search engines even find you?

Matthew Leer says that you create your pages where large companies have display ads and add your videos to these.  Then, when the videos go viral, you will make a lot of money.Sign: Start it and it goes forever

How can a video go viral if no one visits the page where it is located?

You are told you have nothing to install.  You select a niche and the content is written for you.  The app does all the work.

You are also told that if you don’t sign up today, the spot will be gone forever.  This is another untruth.  I went back to the site three or four times before I paid the fee, and the spot was still there.

Matthew says that you need to choose the “unlimited” upsell, as each new page makes you up to $100.  How many do you want?

Here he is appealing to your greed: “More is always better so why settle for enough?”

Many times during the video you are shown the Easy Button, and a voice says, “That was easy.”

Leer claims that to create the Easy Button he had a programmer build a machine that analyzes the science of why the system works and finds the hottest and most vital content on the web, ready for you to post and profit from – a science that looks like magic. I am technologically challenged, but  I wonder if a programmer can actually do that.Sign: Video could be removed any time

The system seeks out the videos about to go viral and builds the website pages around them.  Once a viral video is detected, the system sends out an email to members so they know it’s time to hit that red button.  You only get the email if you have the button.

Though the second video tells you to upgrade right away if you want the Easy Button, then you find out you still must pay a $97 upsell to get it.


Nothing to install – just log in

60-day money-back guarantee

The system will pay you ( though these payments will most likely be for very small amounts)


You pay up to $500 just to get all the tools offered

Where will you get traffic?

You do not own a website

Unless you buy all the upsells, you will be lost at sea without a paddle

If you buy them all, it will not be easy to make much money.


For starters, I wonder what it cost him to start his video with a segment that looked like it was TV showing special reportfrom a news show.  Clever!  All they do, however, is ask if you would like to get out of bed in the morning and work from home in your pj’s, making oodles of money.

Perhaps you could make a little bit from this program, but not unless you can figure out a way to get traffic to your site.  After all, how can a video on your site possibly go viral when no one sees it?

I think this program is another “pie in the sky” idea that we all would love to find, but never do.  I’d advise you to stay far away from this app.

If you would like to learn about an excellent company that will not overcharge you or lie to you; who provide outstanding training that will help you build your own website; will give outstanding support when needed, look at this program. 

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10 thoughts on “Is Viral Cash App A Scam?”

  1. Thanks for a beautifully written review to expose another dubious program that solely aim to take peoples hard earned money. All through this post, I was just guffawing at how useless this product is and why someone would intentionally take the decision to scam others. The upsells are just way too much and surely a big turn off for me. I really wish more people can access this post so the level of victims would be drastically reduced.

    • What you say is so true.  Since I started reviewing programs, I am amazed at how many scams are out there, and how many people fall for them.  We all would like to find a real money tree!

  2. This is a total scam!

    Thanks for revealing this to the world. It’s ashamed how people create so called make money online program not to help you make money at all. But to make you pay them and loose an investment for nothing in return.

    There is no magic button to give you cash online. You need to work in creating a reputable business an earn an income. We need to understand that. And if we do understand that there is no way we can make money online without work, we will never fall for such scams anymore.

    Thanjs for sharing.

    • It would be nice, though, if there were a magic button.  If that were available, the whole world would want one.  It is a bit nicer, actually, to work for what you earn.  When you build your own business, without the use of any magic buttons, it is so satisfying to see our accomplishment.

      I guess as long as there are opportunities, there will be someone who tries to use them to rip off the unsuspecting.  Believe me, I am learning to be a lot more skeptical since writing these reviews.  Hopefully, I can help people avoid a fatal error.

  3. As I was reading your review this program is so obvious that is fake that I cannot understand how people can fall for it. Making money by just pushing a button is such a big fat red flag that you don’t have to pay attention to anything else to understand if it’s real or not. There is no such a thing as easy money on internet or otherwise. These guys should be banned from trying to take advantage of desperate people who fall for it.

    • I agree that Viral Cash is definitely a scam.  I guess that is why we write these reviews.  We are doing our bit to educate people and to help steer them away from really bad programs.  People seem to be so gullible…I guess it is because they want so badly for the message to be genuine.

  4. Dear Fran,

    I have come across some ads and posts on Viral Cash App. Because of the increased number of online scams I always do my research and read some genuine unbiased reviews before making my decision. While doing some research found your helpful and informative review post which is a time saver for me.

    RED Button LOL!

    I am really sick of the hype and unrealistic claims in the sales page of many products. Wondering how come they can create such a misleading sales pages.

    The price is quite expensive, as you mentioned. Without driving traffic who is going to watch the videos?. You have provided valid inputs on why you are not recommending this product and I will take your advise.

    There is no short cut to success!


    • You are so right, Paul.  There are no shortcuts to success.  It would be very helpful to people if they would do as you have done and research first, before getting involved.  

      Reviews serve a definite purpose, as it allows people to learn more about the company they are considering.  I hope that these reviews can be helpful in educating people to the truth about some of these companies.  It is sad that so many do not research first.

  5. Thanks for exposing the nature of viral cash app. I was invited to join this app from a Facebook friend. Good thing that I checked your review here. I really don’t like their upsell nature, even if this app is legit. Is there any legit success stories from people who used this app? Thank you very much for saving my time and money.

    • Thanks for your comment.  I have not really found out anything good about this company.  I think it is just a way for the owner to try to get rich quick, but doesn’t work that way for the rest of us.

      Don’t be taken in by companies who tell you they have done all the work for you, and you will make tons of money in a short period of time…they lie.  Pick one that is honest and up-front and which will tell you exactly what to expect.  There are links in my post to the company I chose — Wealthy Affiliate — and I have been totally satisfied with them.  They are an honest, straight-shooting company that speaks truth instead of scammy lies.


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