375 Cash Daily – cash circulating

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375 webWhat: 375 Cash Daily
Where: http://www.375cashdaily.com/
How much: $3,75
Who’s behind: Unkown
Company registration: Unknown

Refund: No Free to try? No


What is 375 Cash Daily?


375 Cash Daily is an MLM (Multi-Level Marketing) membership program that provides e-books and advertising credits. It uses a matrix scheme as their business model but it’s very close to looking like a cash gifting system. Cash gifting is when you give someone any amount of money without an exchange of goods or services.

The name “375 Cash Daily” (375CD) is referring to the cost to join the program and that you can earn daily cash. They call their matrix system a “Reverse 2-up System” and their program are explained as:

“…a very simple, YET, very powerful program to receive payments on a regular basis from other 375CashDaily Members. When you have 4 or more referrals & your downline does the same, you are in the position to receive PAYMENTS to Infinity!”

375 whoisIf you look up the domain you can see that it was registered through GoDaddy.com, LLC (a domain register company) and created on 2017-01-24. The domain has been paid to 2019-01-24, so it’s only about half a year away. That could be an indication that the owner doesn’t count on the business to last for a very long time but we need to learn more to draw any conclusion.

The website is registered for Domains by Proxy, Inc which is GoDaddys subsidiary of a company that offers services to hide the real information on who is behind the website. They place their own information in the public domain information and often forward emails and letters to the company or persons behind.

It always important to look up the owners and leaders in a business before you join or/and pay any money but there is no information on 375CD:s website about any person involved in this business.

There is neighter any trace of a company address, phone number, email address or official Social media accounts. The only way to contact this business is through an anonymous contact form.

Here are other interesting things about their webpage:

  • This website does not use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) which mean you’re not safe when connected to the site. You can read more about what SSL is and how Honest Ways To Earn Online use it here
  • It doesn’t have a Privacy Policy
  • It doesn’t have a Terms of Service (TOS)

Another thing to look up is the “Alexa rank” that gives you a rough idea of how popular the site is and how it trends. The website started about a year ago and had many visitors in the very beginning but felt to a low ranking fast and now has a global rank of about 7 million. The ideal situation is a high or very high rank that’s stable and that’s showing that the site has been active for a long or very long time.

375 alexaBecause there are no traffic data we will not take a look at where the visitors are coming from.

It’s important what you think and I really want to help people, like you, and that’s why your very welcome to comment below this review if you have anything to say about 375 Cash Daily, both good and bad. I will not delete any comment (except spam, promotions/recruiting, hate message etc.) so you can see that this is an honest review. I will respond to comments as fast as I can.

What do you have to pay?


The minimum you have to pay is a “Level 1 Position” for $3.75, that you are supposed to buy after creating your account.

This is without mentioning transaction and exchange fees, taxes etc.

You can read on the homepage that 375CD are offering the following payment options:

  • Paypal (even though Payza is mentioned instead in the promotion video)
  • SolidTrustPay (STP)
  • Bitcoin (BTC)

The last option is a payment with a cryptocurrency (in this case BTC) and it means that you have close to ZERO CHANCE to get your money back if something goes wrong and you have paid with that currency.

What do you get for the money you put in?


You will get a membership in 375CD that includes a place in the matrix, advertising credits, and some E-books:

375 products

The advertising credits that you get can only be used to advertise on their own site and will therefore only reach people that visit the site.

Nowadays you can see that E-books are offered all over the net for free and it’s a way to give some extra value if you, for example, want to build an e-mail list of people to market your business to. The E-books that are offered here are very similar to that offered for free when signing up for different newsletters about work from home opportunities.

How can you make money?


The main way to earn money is by reselling the products mentioned above and get a direct commission as a sponsor for that new member in the program. The compensation plan is based on how good you are at selling (recruiting). You can make 100% commissions from 6 different levels with the “Reverse 2-Up System” that works like this:

375 2 system

The second way to earn money is if the members that you sold the products to are getting others to join under you (in your downline) and get money from them (referral bonus).

As long as there’s nothing that proves that 375CD has any real product and services with a real value this business builds on people joining and the way to earn is to recruit others!

There is never any guarantees that you earn anything and in this case is also very risky if you consider the lack of real information about this business.

If you manage to recruit you should also consider the bad-will for you if this business fails or turn out to be dishonest.

So…what’s good?


IF your good at recruiting others to this business AND the business is paying AND real, you can earn money, especially if you were in early.

If the advertising credit and E-books has some real value and the company is real it can be a legal MLM business.

 …and what’s bad?


There is no way to confirm who’s really behind this business or if there is a real company involved.

The only way to contact this business seems to be through a anonymous contact form.

As long as no evidence is provided that there is real products or services with a real value there’s really nothing for the member to promote except the membership itself. If that’s the only thing to promote it will only work as long as new members join and invest money in the business so the owner can pay out to all the existing members. If that’s the case then this is a so-called Pozi/Pyramid Scheme.

As always as there are cryptocurrency involved (in this case BTC) it means that you have close to ZERO CHANCE to get your money back if something goes wrong and you have paid with that currency.

VERDICT: Unknown


Score: 5/10

Recommended for: Risk Takers!Unknown

There is very little information about this business and no verifiable information on who’s behind.

To have the chance to earn in this program you must be good at recruiting and get others to pay a minimum of $3,75 but even then you can’t be sure in any way that you can cash out your money. So it would cost and you can’t be sure to get anything back.

It’s easy to say that this only cost $3,75 to start so it doesn’t matter if you lose them but there is sometimes more important that you can lose…your time! Try to imagine how much time you will lay on this program if you join, like promote and recruit, logging in and out in your back office, read the news, contact support, read in groups etc.

Even more important to think about is that if you think (like me) that this isn’t a very ethical online business you should not support it. You will lose a lot in goodwill If you do and you can destroy your personal brand because there is a good chance that the money goes to owners and leaders that may want to deceive their members. I myself will NOT support that!

After looking into this business I would say that there is way too little information on this company to give it any other rating then UNKNOWN. Take extra percussion because you can’t know for sure that this isn’t a Ponzi/Pyramid scheme or a fraud!

If you would like to leave your personal review or experience of 375 Cash Daily or have any questions, please do leave them below. I would love to hear your feedback!

Regards, Jan

6 thoughts on “375 Cash Daily – cash circulating

  1. Matthew Owen

    I have been looking for a good 375 daily cash review and I wasn’t disappointed when I stumbled onto yours.
    I have been toying with the idea of joining them to earn a bit of money online but with you’re honest review I can see they are hit and miss.
    I’m not much of a risk taker so I don’t think I will bother signing up.
    Is there any reason why you can’t find out who owns this program?
    It seems a bit suspicious if you ask me

    Reply
    1. Jan Post author

      Hi Matthew!

      I’m happy to hear that your not disappointed with my review 🙂

      There are no information about any owner or company registration on the website, in the domain registration, on Social Media or when you search on the internet. If you search a couple of businesses listings like Companies house in England for 375 Cash Daily or simular names it gives you nothing of interest…

      Regards, Jan

      Reply
  2. Melinda

    I’m not a fan of network marketing. I struggle to do team building, so I prefer affiliate marketing. I found Wealthy Affiliate to be a cost effective way of learning affiliate marketing.

    Reply
    1. Jan Post author

      Hi Melinda!

      Sadly there are so many dishonest so called businesses that have used and are using the term Multi-level marketing (network marketing) as a way to seem legitim when they in reality is a Ponzi/Pyramid scheme, fraud etc.

      This has made Network marketing more questionable business model even thou there are many honest businesses who are using it.

      I agree with you that Wealthy Affiliate is a cost effective way to build a business if you consider how much you get and learn.

      Regards, Jan

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  3. Timotheus

    MLM!!! Urghh!!!!

    You can tell from my distaste that I do not believe in any MLM. I do not believe it is a good way to make money. And when I read that 375cash is MLM, I am not interested. I did read your article, and totally agree with you that people who are keen to start a business should not consider it.

    Here’s another fact to deter anyone from joining 375cash – studies have found that 95% of people who do MLM will fail. All their hopes that this can be a profitable business will be dashed!

    Better they do drop shipping or even better – affiliate marketing!

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  4. Jan Post author

    Hi, Timotheus!

    I can understand that you feel that way because as I mentioned in my reply above, there are so many dishonest businesses that has used that term.

    I had heard about that study so I did a little digging about it and found out that it was an extensive research and that it was published on the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) website.

    The research found out that:
    – In the first year of operation, a minimum of 50% of representatives drop-out.
    – After five years of operation, a minimum of 90% of representatives have left the company.
    – By year 10, only those at or near the top have not dropped out – making it safe to say at least 95% of representatives have dropped out.

    So eventually almost everyone drops out from an MLM business but a maximum of 50% stays the first year so a lot of people are struggling with in the beginning.

    For those who want to read the report, you can download it here!

    Regards, Jan

    PS! I’m also in favour for affiliate marketing.

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