Cash Empire is an app that claims you can easily win $100 just by playing their game. It’s definitely a very enticing offer, so I went ahead and took it for a spin to see what it is all about.
In this Cash Empire review, I will reveal the truth of what this app has to offer, so you will know if it is worth it or not. And let me just say right now that there are some things you really need to know about this app.
So, let’s get this review started, shall we?
What is Cash Empire and what does it offer?
Cash Empire is a mobile game that claims you will be able to earn money simply by playing it. But can you really earn from this app?
Well, the only way to find out is to take a closer look at the earning opportunities it offers.
This will give you an idea of whether this app offers a realistic earning opportunity or not. The video below gives you an inside look and explains how the app works. You can also read the full details below it.
Option 1 – Playing the game
The premise of Cash Empire’s game is very simple. You drop coins on the conveyor belt. These coins will fall off the edge of the machine and will be collected and stored in your Cash Empire balance.
Take note that the coins that will be stored in your Cash Empire balance are those that will fall off the front edge of the machine. Coins that will fall from the side won’t be credited.
At the start of the given, you will be given 40 coins you can drop. You can drop these coins as quickly as you can because they will be replenished. You will always see how many coins you can drop (as well as the type of coins you can drop).
However, the longer you keep playing the game, the longer it will take to replenish the coins you can drop. Later, I will explain the implications of this, but for now, just be aware that this is how the game works.
Now, there are two types of coins you can earn – gold coins and green coins.
The green coins are the money you’ve earned from playing the game. Later, I will discuss what to do with both types of coins.
When I was playing the game, it only took around five to ten minutes to earn around $10, which was surprisingly quick. Later, I will explain why this matters.
While you keep playing the game, you can unlock additional features as well as bonuses that will help you collect more coins. But what really bothered me when I was playing the game was that there were video ads that popped up randomly all the time.
Aside from that, if you run out of coins to drop, you will be offered to get more coins by watching video ads. However, if you do this, most of the time, it will just say that there are no videos to watch.
So, it’s kind of strange that video ads pop up when you don’t want them to, but when you really want to watch a video to get more coins, you won’t see one. It’s just one of the few red flags I noticed.
Option 2 – Featured games
When playing the Cash Empire game, you will be able to unlock an additional feature that will allow you to earn more gold coins.
As shown in the photo above, you can play the featured games of Cash Empire to earn more gold coins. All you have to do is click on the game you want, install it on your device, and start playing it.
You will have to allow Cash Empire to track the data usage though for you to earn from this opportunity. Also, you will have to open the game from Cash Empire and not directly from your mobile device’s menu if you want to earn from playing.
But just like Cash Empire, you will earn fewer and fewer coins the longer you keep playing a featured game. So, if you notice that your earnings are dipping significantly, you should stop playing the game and move on to the next featured game.
Option 3 – Daily missions
When playing Cash Empire, you will also be able to unlock the “Daily Missions” feature, where you can earn more gold coins for completing simple tasks.
You will be given three missions to complete, which will usually involve playing Cash Empire and one of its featured games. When you complete the mission, just press it to collect the reward, which will be a certain number of gold coins.
If you manage to complete all three missions, you will be able to collect the bonus reward of 20,000 gold coins.
How do you get paid?
As explained above, you will be able to collect gold and green coins when playing Cash Empire. The green coins are the actual cash you’ve earned from playing the game, while the gold coins can be used to redeem cash as well.
The photo above shows that Cash Empire offers payment via PayPal. If you’ve earned $100 (which is a very high threshold) worth of green coins, the app claims you can withdraw it via PayPal.
For gold coins, you will need to collect at least 300,000 coins to make a PayPal withdrawal that is worth around $0.20 (depending on the country you live in).
However, I highly doubt that you will really be able to withdraw your earnings from this app. Based on my experience, an app that has a threshold of $100 (especially an app that offers a very simple earning opportunity) will usually make it hard for you to be able to withdraw your earnings.
Most of the time, if you manage to hit the unrealistic threshold, they will usually add another obstacle that will allow you to withdraw your earnings (like watching a certain number of ads or inviting people to use the app).
Plus, as I’ve mentioned earlier, the longer you keep playing the game, the fewer and fewer coins you will collect. So, it is practically near impossible for you to reach the threshold and make a withdrawal.
You will more likely give up on playing and just leave your earnings be. All the while, you’ve already watched a lot of video ads which, in my opinion, is what Cash Empire is really after. You see, these kinds of apps get paid to make people watch ads. That is how they earn money.
That is why I would say that you shouldn’t expect to get paid by this app. If you are looking for apps or sites that will truly pay, I recommend you check out the top sites that pay via PayPal instead.
Red flags you need to be aware of
As I’ve mentioned earlier, Cash Empire has a few red flags. These red flags make the app not worth using, in my opinion.
Let me list them down and give you an explanation as to why they are red flags, so you will understand why and be able to spot them for other apps in the future.
Red Flag #1 – Unrealistic Earnings
When I tested the app, I noticed that I was able to earn around $10 in just a few minutes.
Now, shouldn’t this fact make you more excited? Well, this might be a good thing at the beginning, but as I’ve mentioned earlier, the longer you keep playing the game, the fewer rewards you will get.
This, in my opinion, is by design. The app will let you win a significant amount, in the beginning, to get you hooked so that you will keep playing and therefore keep watching video ads. In turn, the app keeps making money.
Then, to make sure that you will have a hard time reaching the threshold to withdraw your rewards, the app will start reducing the rewards you will get until you will barely collect any (or at least take a lot of time to collect rewards).
This sort of practice is very common with other apps that offer quick and easy money and do not really intend to pay you. And mind you, over the years, I have encountered a lot of them.
Red Flag #2 – Very high payout threshold
Another huge red flag for me is the very high payout threshold the app requires.
Based on my years of experience testing online opportunities, apps, or websites that have a very high threshold (usually around $100 or higher), don’t intend to pay you.
And even if they did really pay, it would take you several months to get there, which, in my opinion, is not time well spent. Plus, most of the time, if you do manage to hit the threshold, the app or site just adds another obstacle you need to clear to supposedly withdraw your earnings.
They will just make you go around in circles, and in the end, you will most likely just give up.
Red Flag #3 – Useless ads
I’ve already mentioned earlier that when you are playing the game, you will have to watch video ads to continue playing. These ads will pop up randomly, so it’s already quite annoying to deal with.
But the thing about the ads that are being shown is that they are also about other mobile apps that offer “get rich quick” schemes, which makes them next to useless, in my opinion. If you are a decent app, you shouldn’t be promoting these kinds of schemes because they are just unethical.
So, the only logical conclusion you can draw from watching these “useless” ads is that it also offers the same thing. After all, birds of the same feather flock together, right?
Cash Empire is an app that claims you can easily earn $100 or more by playing their game. But from what I’ve experienced from testing the app, it has more red flags than advantages.
Let me finish this review by laying out the cons of the app so you will get a clear picture of why you should stay away from this app.
- Offers unrealistic earning opportunities
- Very high payout threshold
- Very spammy
As you can see, Cash Empire is just a total waste of time. You will never be able to withdraw your earnings from this app. That is why I would recommend you skip this app and look for better ways to earn extra cash.
And speaking of better ways to earn, I suggest you check out the top survey and GPT sites in your country instead. The sites on this list all have good earning potential, and they all offer guaranteed earnings.
If you have any comments, questions, or have any experience with Cash Empire yourself, I would love to hear from you in a comment below.