ChampCash Review: Is Their Challenge Challenging

I’d write a review of ChampCash.

It’s an app that claims you can make millions based on you, referring people to download their app.

All you need is your android phone, some friends that lead to more friends that lead to more friends, and you know what I’m going to say next, that leads to more friends who are willing to take the challenge so you can make the potential millions.

But is this challenge challenging, read this Champ Cash review to find out.

Specs About Champ Cash


Product Name: ChampCash
Year: 2015
Free Access: Yes
Price: Free
Website URL: Overall Rating: 3/10

The Rundown

What is Champ Cash aka CCA (champ cash app)?

  • It is an app.

How does it work?

  • What you would do is download the app, refer others to do the same and you get paid based on how many people you get in your downline up to 7 levels.

How much does it cost?

  • Free

Who can join?

  • 18 years or older
  • Global Opportunity

My Take

A million-dollar income claim is quite a statement.

Any site that makes a claim that millions can be made you should always do your research first.

This CCA (Champ Cash App) claims by referring others to download their app, is all that is needed to be done to make a 7 figure income.

We’re talking about hardly any work being done.

So let’s get into this review so you can decide for yourself if it’s even worth taking the challenge.

Why Take The Challenge?

If you look who is running this program there is not much to go by except the location is in India.

I think we got the gist of what is needed to get it done and that is again is to download some apps and refer others to take the challenge and that’s pretty much it. The more people you get to do this the closer you’re at to make those potential millions.

Well, we know we need an android phone to get the process rolling.

How To Get One Step Closer

Um, Yeah! That’s the million-dollar question. As we all know it’s free and no money is needed to make this potential money. It’s actually making money with no money.

ChampCash suggests going through social media, get your friends, or wherever you can find people willing to take the challenge.

But let’s look at this challenge a little more deeply.

Why Is It Free?

According to the FTC, there are reasons why apps are free.

  • Advertisers, apps can sell advertisement space to make money with their app. The more people they get to download their app the more potential money an app owner makes.
  • Some apps have free and paid versions, if you find value in their paying version this may be a reason why a person would purchase their upgrade.
  • Up-sells, some apps offer up-sells. You are able to download it for free, but in order for you to get other services, you would have to fork out money for different types of features.

If you would like to read more about apps and privacy you can check out the FTC site.

So we know the reason behind why CCA would suggest you would download their app for free.

If you were to download the other 7 to 10 third party apps that CCA says is the challenge then you’re at the starting point to make money.

Champ Cash’s Comp Plan

champcash comp plan

CCA claims you will get paid down 7 levels. So more or less your droid turned into an MLM business. Again, all you’d have to do is take the challenge by installing the 7 to 10 apps.

To give you an idea of how to make millions, as you can see in the image above, you would need you and your downline to go viral.

You would need a million people to take the challenge and download these 7 to 10 apps in order to make millions.

In order to get this done, that is going to take a lot of time and a lot of work.

Now there is no guarantee that you would make that money because according to CCA, it all depends on what the advertisers are paying.

If advertisers are not paying, don’t think you’re going to get paid either.

Other Info That I Found Out

champ cash claims

I noticed on their site it said what others are saying. When I look up these John and Jane Doe photos they were stock photos.

Anytime stock photos that are used as testimonials are a red flag. Not only that, look at their names, Jane and John Doe. We know that Jane and John Doe means these are nonexistent people. I don’t know if Champ Champ did this to be funny.

I didn’t find on their site what the payout ratio was. Just like with THW Global, no one gave any info on what the payout ratio is for the work they want you to do.

They just show you the potential money you can make, but they don’t go into depths on the minimum amount of money you need to make in order to cash out.

Just like I stated in my THWG Review, if it’s more than 50 bucks, I would have my guard up. Just like with My Email Mentor and The Email Syndicate, their payout ratio was so high that people didn’t get paid.

Another Red Flag To Think About

If you plan on or already read the FTC’s site you know that apps can obtain info on your cell phone that you may not want them to know. Such as:

  • Logs of calls made
  • Internet info
  • Calendar info
  • Your location
  • You Phone ID
  • How you use their app

Champ Cash Terms

cc terms

In CCA’s terms, they even state that they may ask for your payment info, such as your bank’s name, Credit Card info, and so on.

According to CCA they supposedly pay you through PayPal so I don’t get why they would need all this other info. What I get from their terms are that other apps or websites that may want your financial info.

This means to me that those 7 to 10 apps may cost you money.

On Google Play

When I went to Google Play, I was expecting to read people’s thoughts about the app. What I mainly got was people giving out their referral number to join through them.


I also noticed the majority of these reviews in Google Play, their ending sentences ended very similarly.

For me, that’s a red flag. It’s a red flag because there were not true experiences with the app except a bunch of people asking you to join through them to grow their team.

The ending sentences to me show that it could be the same person or some kind of bot placing these reviews in Google Play.

Would I Take The Challenge?

Me personally NO, even though there is a slight possibility to make money with no money, there were just too many red flags.

  • John and Jane Doe stock photos, no trust there.
  • Privacy, what are you really giving up.
  • No set in stone payout Ratio, will they ever pay?
  • New Site, anything that is new in my book I tend to wait.
  • Is It Really Free?
  • You need a million referrals to make those potential millions.
  • CCA is Depending on other advertisers to pay you.

The Free part may be true, but you just don’t know. There are lots of free businesses that turn into paying businesses down the road, so just have your guard up.

It’s entirely up to you in what you want to do, but for me, I’ll take the zero and become my own hero.

How Do You Become Your Own Hero?

Start your own site, you see, there are so many services out there that make claims you can make money. Why not make your own way and start your own business.

Any service that claims you can make millions by really doing nothing is not really going to be that easy.

It takes work to build your own website, but down the road, you can have a profitable business. If you don’t know where to begin, you can check out My #1 Heroic Site.

All In All

As I said, it’s up to you in what you want to do. For me, I feel the challenge is just a little too challenging. I gave you my reasons why above. You may disagree or agree with me, but I would love to hear your thoughts, though.

If you want better odds other than a challenging app then you might want to consider building your own website.

What is your take about ChampCash, Tweet me @evelynbaz!

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