Can you make money using Mingle Cash or are they just another get-paid-to waste of time.
I review this program, and pull apart their business model to show you what’s inside this money making opportunity.
Whilst, I’m not usually a fan of these types of money making programs, because I know of much better ways to make money, I realize there are some people who do see this as an opportunity to make money completing simple online tasks.
Obviously, it’ll be remiss of me not to offer an alternative to making money online, so with that being said, you can also check out the step-by-step training that helps me earn over $10,000+ per month working from home, when you get a chance.
But for now, lets get started with Mingle Cash.
- 1 What is Mingle Cash?
- 2 Who uses Mingle Cash?
- 3 How To Join Mingle Cash
- 4 How Does Mingle Cash Work?
- 5 How Do You Make Money With Mingle Cash?
- 6 Methods Of Payment
- 7 What I Liked about Mingle Cash
- 8 What I Didn’t Like about Mingle Cash
- 9 Do I Recommend Mingle Cash
What is Mingle Cash?
Mingle Cash is another get-paid-to website that’s available to users in over 195 different countries and allows you to make money by completing certain tasks
It is run by CEO Andrew Gitt, and looks like it has gone through several transformations since it’s inception back in October, 2017.
They don’t seem to be promoting or getting it’s members to install the browser extension anymore, but, instead they are insisting you install the Telegram app in order to participate in their program.
I’ll discuss more about how they make money with the Telegram app shortly.
Although they have a user base of 71,424 (which seems impressive), stats at the beginning of 2019 shows they had a total user count of 67,727, suggesting that growth, at least in 2019 has been somewhat slow.
This averages out to 17 new signups per day.
Who uses Mingle Cash?
The majority of folks using Mingle Cash are those wanting to make money online using their get-paid-to system.
This can be a wide range of users, including stay at home moms and dads, students, retirees, and more.
How To Join Mingle Cash
Like most get-paid-to websites Mingle Cash is simple to join and you can do this via Facebook or by entering an email and password.
If you’ve signed up by email, you will also need to check you inbox and click on the verification in link to activate your account.
However, there is an added step that you must complete in order to gain access to Mingle Cash, which is to sign up for the Telegram app.
This is unusual for a company to do this, but I’m guessing that it’s just another way for them to use social media to alert you of new click ads and offers, endeavoring to keep you active on their platform.
They can also make money through advertisers if they have a Telegram channel, so I’m assuming that they are doing that too.
How Does Mingle Cash Work?
To make money with Mingle Cash you simply have to complete a series of tasks that are designed to keep you active on the website in return for a small amount of money.
When I say, small amount of money, it’s no joke.
I will show you the break down of what you can earn in a minute, but essentially, you are performing a bunch of actions that is getting Mingle Cash paid and in return they pay a portion of that to you.
How Do You Make Money With Mingle Cash?
In the past there appeared to be 5 ways to make money, including surfing the web via a browser extension, however, these days, there are 4 main ways to make money.
Watch & Earn
The idea here is for you to watch videos and ads and in return you get paid money for doing so.
You get two video networks to choose from which is largely dependent on where you come from in the world.
Video Network #1 : is open to all countries and you will earn $0.0025 per minute, for watching a video. To earn $0.01 cent, you would have to watch 4 videos, over a minimum of 4 minutes. That’s 4 minutes that you’ll never get back.
Pretty painful no?
Okay then, let me put it another way.
Do the same thing over an hour and you’d earn a big fat $0.15.
Video Network #2 : This network is open to 11 countries. United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Ireland, Norway and the Netherlands.
To earn with this video network you will have to watch 3 videos + ads and then manually withdraw.
It looked like they were paying slightly more than network one, but not much more.
I’d imagine the rates for these kinds of offers will change from time to time, but, I’d imagine they will not surpass $0.20 cents per hour.
Mingle Cash gives an opportunity to make money from their offer wall page.
Offer walls is just another way for companies like Mingle Cash to make money from it’s members. They make commissions on these offers and share some of the profits with people who complete them.
You will be required to take surveys, watch videos, play games and complete sign ups for “Free Trials”.
Sounds like a win-win situation doesn’t it, but, once again a lot of work for little return.
Also note, do not sign up for free trial offers, i.e. the ones that require credit card information.
For those of you who don’t know what a free trial offer is, it’s basically a product they send you, that you can try out for free for a set number days. You may also need to pay for postage and handling.
If you like the product then they will bill you for it, and in some cases, you will be billed every month until you stop your subscription.
Okay, so no sweat – just stop the subscription.
Problem is, often these companies make it extremely difficult for you to cancel your subscription, they have phone numbers that go unanswered and emails that are never returned making it difficult to stop.
They then charge your credit card until you finally are able to stop them.
I have heard stories of people who have had to cancel their credit cards in order to stop being charged.
They have daily and hourly lotteries, that you can win extra cash from.
To qualify for the hourly lottery you have to have watched 5 ads and played 5 games in a given hour.
$0.10 is split between 10 people, every hour. So, if you’re one of the lucky 10, you can earn $0.01 – wow.
I wasn’t sure if that was a joke, or if I miss read that, but nope, upon double checking it, that’s exactly what is says.
This is similar to the hourly lottery, only the amount split between 10 people is $1 . This means you will get $0.10 if you are drawn.
The drawing takes place at 12:00am UTC time zone.
To enter this you have to gain entry tickets.
Here is how you gain entry tickets to the daily lottery.
- For every 20 ads you see or games you play you get 1 entry ticket. For example if you see 100 ads you get 5 entry tickets.
- For each person you refer to Mingle Cash with your unique affiliate url that registers and has a balance greater than $0, you will get 1 entry ticket.
- If you refer people in the following 11 countries you get 3 entry tickets!
- USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Ireland, Norway or the Netherlands.
Refer & Earn
This seems to be the area of the program that Mingle Cash promotes quite heavily.
The downline system they promote goes down 10 levels, which is super deep as far as downlines are concerned.
Anyway, they say that if a person were to be an active user and referred 5 people who did the same down to 10 levels then, you could potentially earn $24,412.00 per day as shown in the downline chart on their website.
The owner does say that this is too good to be true and that not everyone is going to put in the time and effort to earn this, but then he says that even if you did 1/100th of this projection you could earn $240 per day.
Only problem, the truth is, the website is current averaging 17 new signups a day for 2019, and given there’s only 71,424 current users in total, which means, the most that any one person is making at the moment according to his chart is just under $156.00.
That one person would also need to be the first one in the downline, (so most probably the owner) and active more than 2 hours per day.
So while hypotheticals help to illustrate what could happen in a perfect world, the reality of the matter tells a very different story.
Methods Of Payment
Minimum Payout threshold is $2, but you can change this to $5, $10, $20 and $50.
There are two methods in which they pay you 1) Paypal and 2) VitaeToken.
Payment are made twice a week, Money and Thursday so long as you meet the minimum threshold set for yourself.
Paypal charges a 2.9% + $.30 transaction fee. This amount will be deducted from your earnings.
Payment though Vitae tokens are based on the average USD value on Cryptopia at the time of payment.
What I Liked about Mingle Cash
- I honestly don’t like much about this program, but if there was one thing I could say that was positive, then it would be the low minimum payout threshold of $2.
- They are a legitimate company that pays members out. The last payment proof I saw was from the founder Andrew Gitt back in August 2018. Most of the amounts were below $10.
What I Didn’t Like about Mingle Cash
- I don’t like the fact that they deduct a 2.9% and $0.30 Paypal transaction fee. There are other programs in this space that pay the fees themselves.
- Working for $0.15 per hour is really not a very attract proposition. Granted the tasks are easy, but you could be earning a lot more with other programs.
Do I Recommend Mingle Cash
From looking at other reviews of Mingle Cash, it looks like they have undergone a number transformations.
Some of the ways you used to be able to make money using certain browser extensions, no longer exists on the website.
But a couple things do remain the same, including the annoying pop under ads that sit in the background of your browser when viewing offers, and the not so lucrative referral program.
You can still make money, watching videos, taking surveys and playing games, but honestly the amount you make is not a helluva lot.
The fact that you can earn better money on other websites is really the reason why I wouldn’t recommend Mingle Cash as a way to make money.
But, if you have any experience with Mingle Cash, good or bad, I’d be interested to know. Just leave me a comment in the comment section below.
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