Worldwide Cash Club provide no information about who owns or runs the business on their website.

The Worldwide Cash Club website domain (“”) was registered on June 14th, 2017. Marculus Miller is listed as the owner, with an address in the US state of Virginia also provided.

In addition to running Worldwide Cash Club, Miller (right) also operates Super-Ape. The Super-Ape website describes the company as an “ultimate viral downline & list builders club”. On Facebook Miller goes by “Marcus Miller”.

Super-Ape affiliates pay a $7 membership fee and are paid to recruit new affiliates who pay the same.

Miller runs both companies through Evans Corner LLC.

Read on for a full review of the Worldwide Cash Club MLM opportunity.

Worldwide Cash Club Products

Worldwide Cash Club has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Worldwide Cash Club affiliate membership itself.

Bundled with Worldwide Cash Club affiliate membership are adcredits, which can be used to display advertising to other Worldwide Cash Club affiliates.

The Worldwide Cash Club Compensation Plan

Worldwide Cash Club affiliates pay $35 to sign up.

This $35 is split $5 between six existing Worldwide Cash Club affiliates and $5 goes to Marculus Miller.

Commissions are tracked via a unilevel compensation plan, with each $35 used to pay six upline affiliates and Miller.

After payment is made, Worldwide Cash Club affiliates are able to collect $5 from affiliates recruited below them (down five levels of recruitment).

Joining Worldwide Cash Club

Worldwide Cash Club affiliate membership is $35.


With no retail offering and 100% of commissions tied to affiliate recruitment, Worldwide Cash Club operates as a pyramid scheme.

Despite pyramid schemes being illegal the world over, Worldwide Cash Club claim their business model is legal.

It’s a perfectly legal way of making money and has been proven time and time again to be 1000% successful.

The only success guarantee evident within Worldwide Cash Club is for admin Marculus Miller. Miller collects $5 per affiliate sign-up company wide, with the rest of the affiliate base reliant on individual and downline recruitment efforts to get paid.

As with all pyramid schemes, once recruitment of new affiliates dries up Worldwide Cash Club will collapse.

Being a member to member payment program, all payments are non refundable as you are paying some other member to upgrade your account.

This will result in affiliates who haven’t recouped their initial $35 payment losing money. Owing to the mathematics behind a pyramid scheme, this group of affiliates forms the majority at any given time.