The site has a LOT of red flags that you just can’t ignore. If you decide to join this site you will just waste your time as you probably won’t get paid.
Cashvib is a Pay Per Click (PTC) website that is supposed to pay you to display ads.
1) Display ads
The main way to make money on this site is to display ads. When you log in to the site, you will immediately see all the available advertisements that you can view. Once you’ve done this, you’ll see a pop-up saying it will load ads. After a few seconds, it will load the ad you need to see and you will see a countdown timer in the top right corner of the page.
Just let the timer expire and once done, you’ll see a “Skip” button instead. Simply press the button to close the ad and return to the members dashboard. After closing the ad, the reward will be credited to your account balance. Not many ads available. When I was testing, there were only about 5-6 ads. Typically, with PTC sites, you can typically show more than 20 ads per day. I will explain later why this is important.
But I have to say that they pay pretty well for every ad you see. Normally, you will earn between $0.30 and $0.6 for each ad you view. Although that number may not seem like much, it is actually a very high ad view rate.
Typically, PTC sites will pay you around $0.001 to $0.005 for each ad you view.
2) Refer Program
Referral program is a money making opportunity that allows you to earn money by inviting others to join the site. To take advantage of this opportunity, you need to convince people to sign up as a Cashvib member.
You will need to share your invite link with the person you want to invite. Then when they click the link and register as a member of the site, they will become your referrer and you will get $1. Your referrer in turn will get $10 bonus.
It’s a really easy way to earn rewards, but personally, this site is not really something that I would recommend to my friends. I will explain why later.
How do you get paid?
PayPal, Skrill, Payeer and Western Union to be exact. But the problem is that they have a very high payout threshold.
To withdraw your winnings, you must first earn at least $70. This is an extremely high threshold, and if you only watch ads, it will take you a long time to reach this threshold, as there are only a few ads available daily.
Alert #1 – A lot of pop-up ads contain malicious content
The first thing I noticed when checking the site was that it had a lot of spam. Whenever you try to click on the dashboard link, a pop-up ad will appear.
And worst of all, these pop-ups often trigger my antivirus. That means all those pop-up ads contain a virus or something harmful to your computer.
It was a deal breaker for me. Personally, I don’t like using websites that constantly activate my anti-virus software. Not only is it very difficult to handle, but there is also the risk of infecting your computer with malware, spyware, or adware.
Alert #2 – Very high payout threshold
As I explained earlier, the site has an unusually high payout threshold. And based on my experience testing hundreds of sites, when one site has an unusually high payout threshold, it really only makes sense. The site is not willing to pay you.
I have come across many such websites which all do the same thing. They seem to pay a decent amount for their winning chances, but they also impose very high payout thresholds.
While this may not seem suspicious, what happens is that once you’ve earned about half of your payout threshold, you’ll start to notice that the rewards you get are dramatically reduced. It’s their kind of secure fallback to prevent you from reaching their payout threshold.
Pros And Cons
- The site is very spammy
- Has a very high payout threshold
- Limited earning opportunities offered
- You will never get paid