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Are you looking for fast ways to make money online?

In this article, we’ll be looking at, an online platform where you can earn money by completing simple tasks.

The following should not be considered a thorough review (though that’s also coming…).

What follows are my first impressions of this platform and whether it can deliver a decent income to you.

What is Freecash?

Looks enticing, doesn’t it?

One of the first websites you’re bound to come across while searching for opportunities to earn money online is Freecash.

There are three ways to earn money on Freecash:

  • App testing
  • Game testing
  • Surveys

Sounds like fun, right? Who wouldn’t want to get paid for messing around on their phone?

Well, let’s dig beneath the surface before jumping to any conclusions…

Trial Run

Upon registering with Freecash, you will be asked whether you have an Android device, an iOS device, or both.

You’ll have access to the maximum number of offers if you have both types of devices. You will be somewhat limited if you only have one, and it seems most offers on Freecash skew towards Android.

As a user of iOS devices, I got offers for a few games, but none for apps or surveys.

You can view reward details for each offer before beginning your testing, but as a new user, you’ll have no idea, for example, whether it’s reasonable to “Reach level 68 within 20 days” for a given game (hint – it usually isn’t).

Freecash rewards

Can you reach level 200 within 50 days? Not if the developers have anything to say about it…

Well, this is what my experience has been…

Unless you’ve got all day to play games and don’t mind spending money on in-game purchases, you should not expect to make it far.

Maybe a few cents here, a few cents there (some of which takes up to a week to be credited to your account unless you upgrade to “advanced mode”).

Sure, there are also some cashback offers, but can you call these earnings?

For those looking to earn a few hundred dollars on the side, Freecash does not appear a very viable option.

Is it Legit?

Freecash earnings

I should be credited another 60 cents soon, but this is all I’ve got to show after 20+ hours of gaming.

Yes. As with most platforms claiming to pay users for completing simple tasks, Freecash is legitimate.

That said, the higher-paid tasks will either take a lot of time, a bit of money, or both, making them almost completely worthless.

The Verdict

This is a first look, so I want to reiterate that the above should not be considered a comprehensive review of Freecash.

But based on what I’m seeing so far, I cannot in good conscience recommend spending much time on their offers. This is not a better way to survive.

You can earn a cent or two by installing apps on your phone, and maybe a few dozen cents by completing simple tasks, but most rewards are well out of reach if you aren’t willing to pay to play.

As with most platforms like it, Freecash’s reward structure makes it impossible to earn anything close to resembling minimum wage (if you were to break down your earnings by the hour).

It is the nature of the beast, but that doesn’t mean we have to like it…