CashFlowClicking Review: $10 “cashtap” investment positions
There is no information on the CashFlowClicking website indicating who owns or runs the business.
The CashFlowClicking website domain (“cashflowclicking.com”) was registered on the 25th of November 2014. Shannon Walker is listed as the domain owner, with an address provided in Nottinghamshire in the UK.
Typically a generic anglo-saxxon sounding name and UK address suggests CashFlowClicking is being run by Indians. In this particular instance however I’m not 100% sure, as Alexa estimates that 17.8% of the domain’s website traffic originates out of the US. The UK is second with an estimated 9.2%.
A Facebook account exists for Shannon Walker, having been created only recently on the 19th of September 2014. Whoever operates the account uses it to comment on the official CashFlowClicking Facebook page.
Putting all of this together it’s likely that “Shannon Walker”, as created for the CashFlowClicking domain registration, doesn’t exist.
As always, if a MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.
The CashFlowClicking Product Line
CashFlowClicking has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market affiliate membership with the opportunity itself.
The CashFlowClicking Compensation Plan
The CashFlowClicking compensation plan sees affiliates sign up and then invest in $10 “cashtap” positions, on the promise of a 130% ROI:
Each CASHTAP cost $10.00 and expires on reaching 135%, ($13.5).
Referral commissions are paid on cashtap investments made by affiliates, paying out down three levels of recruitment.
Level 1 (personally recruited affiliate) investments pay out 7%, investments by their recruits (level 2) pay out 2% and their recruits (level 3) pay out 1%.
After a cashtap position has matured, the affiliate who owns it is given a position in a 2×1 matrix.
A 2×1 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix with two positions directly under them. Once both of those positions are filled (via other investment positions maturing), the affiliate is paid another $1.50.
A 10% referral commission is also paid on the cycling of matrix positions, equating to 15 cents per position cycled.
Affiliate membership with CashFlowClicking is free, however investment in at least one cashtap position is required to withdraw any commissions earned.
As such the defacto minimum affiliate cost of joining CashFlowClicking is $10, the cost of one cashtap investment position.
Under the guise of selling advertising, CashFlowClicking operate the standard advertising-based Ponzi business model.
Affiliate invest and are then paid advertised ROIs out of newly invested affiliate funds.
This is all but confirmed in CashFlowClicking’s “no refunds” refund policy:
All purchases are NONREFUNDABLE.
We share the revenue from your purchase with all members, so we cannot afford to offer refunds.
The advertising bundled with each investment is neither here nor there, as legitimate advertisers are obviously not going to be advertising on Ponzi scheme websites.
As such the only people “buying” advertising are investors, ditto those viewing the ads as all CashFlowClicking investors must view and click on supplied ads in order to collect their ROI.
As with all Ponzi schemes, once new investment dries up CashFlowClicking will be unable to meet their advertised ROI obligations.
When that happens, kaboom.
The same phone number in UK was used for “stableprime” HYIP.
StablePrime was live up to July 2014, and is operated allegedly by “Thomas Newman” of Belize. However, it used the same UK phone number (country code 44) which is probably VOIP forwarding.
Apparently the same admin name is being used to currently pimp Union Cycler too. Review up later this week.
A different searched brought up a different HYIP 1stPointAds.com operated by “Harper Dornan” but that site’s dead.
Same phone number was also linked to a “Buscofoundation.com” registered by “Richard Rick” of “Advertising and Exchange” in London. Obviously a fake name, IMHO.
The email address given for BuscoFoundation, BOMNY at Yahoo.com is linked to eTrafficZone.com, which leads us to a “Billy Lynch” of Alburquerque New Mexico, USA, though that may not be the current owner as the domain may have been sold in 2013 or 2014 to someone else and put under WhoisGuard proxy.
Worth pointing out that WhoIsGuard *was* once active on this cashflowclicking domain, according to whoismind.com
Lots of generic Anglo-Saxon names there… pretty much confirming Indians are likely behind this.
Must be a fulltime job for some of them, launching their various cookie-cutter scams every month with the same initial promoters.