“Daily Cash App Review” – {$2685 Within 2 Hours Or Scam?}

Name: Daily Cash App

Website: www.dailycashapp.cc

Price: Claims to be Free

Owners: Steven Jenkins

Best For: No one

SUMMARY: The Daily Cash App is a system that claims to use a classified software that very few people in the world’s population knows.

It also claims to focus on trading of some sort but, then again, it says that it doesn’. So, this program is confused.

Welcome to the Daily Cash App review, you’re about to discover how people are making $2685 every single day. Yup, you read that, right?

According to the sales video, less than 0.003% of the world’s population knows how to perform the strategy that DCA is going to teach you. So, why is this important?

Because you happen to be one of those people selected, to learn how this rare and unknown skill can help you make an extra income. The most enticing part is, they claim you can earn over $75,000 every 30 days using a classified software.

Say what? Now, that is just unbelievable. We would all be rich in learning this unknown method.

If you’re thinking like me, your first thought might be, is this a scam? I’m sure you’re reading this review because you want to know yourself if it’s legit or even worth your time.

Today, we’ll find out if Daily Cash App (DCA) is something you’ll want to stay far away from, or is it something that you should join. Either way, By the end of this review, you should be able to make a more informed decision and decide for yourself.

Anyhow, I came across this product via email. Once, I read the website name. It reminded me of previous articles that I’ve written called Daily Cash Siphon and Smart Cash App. Are they similar?

Either way, let’s get down to business.

Daily Cash App Review -$2685 Within 2 Hours Or Scam

​What Is Daily Cash App?

DCA was created by a guy named Steven Jenkins, who was a 43-year-old computer programmer. Somewhere along the way, Steven claims to have met a rich guy named Greg.

Greg wanted to stop doing a lot of his work manually. So, Steven lets Greg know that anything can be automated, even his job.

To make a long story short, Greg and Steven joined forces, and this is how the Daily Cash App came into existence. So, what is the Daily Cash App exactly? I’m not sure.

I tried joining the platform, and this is the message I received. I also contacted support. However, I am still waiting for a reply.

Daily Cash App Review -Registeration failed

So, I did further research, and this is what I could find. First of all, let’s get this out of the way, Daily Cash App isn’t:

  • Not Cryptocurrency
  • No trading of any kind
  • Don’t need to be an expert.
  • It’s not a scam.
  • Not affiliate marketing

So it’s nothing that you have ever come across in your entire life.

According to DCA, only 0.003% of the entire world knows about the method that Steven Jenkins is going to expose. Anyhow, he’s giving away 25 limited free licenses to their secret software, which is supposed to help you make money within 24 hours.

Heck, they’re even bold enough to say you’ll be making money within less than 2 hours.

How Does It Work?

According to the sales video, if you want to clear all of your debts, buy a new home, quit your job to work from home, and treat your family to a dream holiday vacation. Then you’ll also want to get your hands on one of the 25 free licenses that are being given out.

So, what could they be giving out?

Well, as mentioned earlier, I couldn’t get access to the system. However, on their sales page at the bottom, it states that the Daily Cash App is a “Regulation & High-Risk Investment Warning.”

It also goes into details and says that the Daily Cash App is a marketing and advertising service. Immediately it sounds like Ad Formula. However, according to Daily Cash App landing page, it has more to do with trading.

A red flag, if you were to ask me.

I thought this system had nothing to do with trading or Cryptocurrency. However, on the bottom of the sales page, it states that Trading Forex, CFDs, and Cryptocurrency is a risk and not suitable for all investors.

Is Daily Cash App A Scam?

I can’t say this is a scam or not. However, I can say that it seems borderline scammy. With that being said, I couldn’t create an account. However, there was a display button advising me 4 positions were available.

I don’t know it could be a tech issue. So, I emailed support.

In fact, I emailed support twice, and there hasn’t been a response.

Then Daily Cash App claims the video was only shared to me because I was supposed to have had a unique invitation.

However, on the bottom of the sales page, it reads that anyone reside in the United States or holding American citizenship cannot be accepted as a customer.

Shouldn’t they have known that I reside in the USA? Especially if the invite was unique.

Nevertheless, even if the system isn’t a scam, I wouldn’t risk money that you can’t afford to lose. So, I am afraid to say I don’t recommend this system to anyone.

Daily Cash App Risk Is Involved

​Other Reasons Why I ​Don’t Trust It

​#1. Creator Picture Is Fake

As you see in the image above, it has the creators face. Well, by doing a little search on Pexels.com I found this image, which happens to be the same image that Steven Jenkins uses. Why would Steven use a stock photo for his image?

Steve Jenkins Daily Cash App Review

​#2 Testimonies Are Fake

All the testimonies are fake these people can be hired on Fiverr for as low as $5. They all claimed ​to have made money immediately. It’s simply not true.

Daily Cash App Fake Testimonies

​Remember Alex F, that is featured in the image above. Well, here he is in the image below. He was found on Fiverr. No shade on Alex F parade. 

However, it’s best for you to know that this system has fake testimonies. These people aren’t making what they are claiming to make.

Daily Cash App Fake Testimonies -1

​#3. Hyped Income Claims

​Steven Jenkins claims​ that you can join the program for free and make money within 2 hours. This is a flat out lie.

There is no way, you will start a business for free and come out on top. You’ll always have to invest money into a business…period.


  • ​Nothing


  • ​Everything

​Who Is Daily Cash App For?

Apparently, this program isn’t for residents within the United States. It would be best if you also didn’t hold American citizenship. Nor should you attempt this if you don’t have the money to lose. So, it’s safe to say it’s for no one.

Daily Cash App Doesn't Accept USA residents

​Daily Cash App Support

I contacted DCA for technical support through their support tab that’s located at the bottom of their sales page. So, far, no one has contacted me from the DCA company. Therefore, further reasons why I wouldn’t recommend this system.

​My Final Opinion Of Daily Cash App

After wasting about an hour or two of my time, I’m still confused about what the Daily Cash App is supposed to be. Since the US can’t join, I guess I will never know how this system works.

Anyhow for anyone, outside of the US, it seems like this is a sales funnel of some sort; to get you to opt into the email from.

Once, you opt into the email from; you should’ve received access to a third party company. What third part company? I have no clue.

Anyhow, after you’ve entered your information in the from, both companies have your contact information.

So, Daily Cash App is like a middle man. DCA drives the traffic and sends people to another platform, which is still unknown.

Regardless, avoid this platform with all cost. I don’t trust it. Although I couldn’t find any complaints, and I still don’t trust it until proven otherwise.

Anyhow, if you’re tired of losing money online to scams. Then I would suggest that you learn how to make money online with blogging. It’s one of the best business models you can learn.

It’s also a technique where you can avoid scammers. More importantly, it helps you to retain long term success. 

Either way, I wish you the best.

Question Or Comments?

Have you heard of Daily Cash App? This came through my email, how did you receive yours? Are there legit success stories out there? Would you like to share with us?

What would you do sign up to Daily Cash App or avoid?

8 thoughts on ““Daily Cash App Review” – {$2685 Within 2 Hours Or Scam?}”

  1. Hi, Thanks for your article.

    I have to say that even though you obviously spent quite a considerable amount of time researching and then writing your article, i still found it a little confusing. I think that maybe this is because you couldn’t join the program to enable you to put forward any conclusions.

    I suppose that you found this as frustrating as your reader undoubtedly will.

    I am interested to know if you investigated the app and it’s producers in any other ways than those you mention in your article? Foe instance, have you tried to establish any lines of enquiry around Steven Jenkins, and his history? I have to say that although i do not recognise his photo the name is worryingly familiar to me.

    Kind Regards


    • Hi Adrian

      You’re welcome!

      I can understand why your confused. So, was I. Yes, it was frustrating not being able to join. Then it makes me frustrated to know people continue to play on others hard earned money. Anyhow I couldn’t join the program.

      It’s not available in the US, and I happen to be in the US so, according to their policy, I wouldn’t have been able to gain access anyways.

      Great question, and I understand why you would worry. It’s best to always do your research before making final purchase, just as you doing now. haven’t reviewed a product by the name of Steven Jenkins, if so, I would relate the too but, that is not the case here.

      Many product creators that know the system won’t work will not show their face or real name. They don’t want any trace of exposure. 

      Anyhow, I did investigate Steven Jenkins and nothing comes back with a creator attached by the name of Steven Jenkins and Daily Cash App. This system actually reminds me of a funnel I went through called Ad Formula.

      Plus, the testimonies are fake. The people that are giving testimonies can be found on Fiverr.com

  2. Well, this “Daily Cash App” sounds like a real ripoff.  Interesting, that they have no applications open for people in the United States.  I wonder if it is because too many U.S. citizens see through their fog of misinformation and stay far, far away from them?

    Lately I have been investigating online money-making opportunities.  There are lots of them on here.  An important thing I have learned, though, is that many of these “opportunities” are not what they seem.  They have expensive upsells, or no training and support, or seem to be all hype.  Not my cup of tea.

    I am, however, very glad that I finally learned that very often there will be reviews, from one to several, of the company and its offer online.  I believe everyone would be smart to learn to read these reviews before they signed up for an “opportunity” that might be profitable only to the person making the offer.

    Thank you for serving as an “internet protection person”, giving us honest information about something that sounds too good to be true, and obviously is!

    • I agree Fran, I think they avoid the US due to legal issues, and many people may see through the hype that they are claiming. There is no way to make $2685 within 2 hours, especially as a newbie. This type of income takes lots of years, time, and experience to get to that status. Plus, you’ll need a decent product that people want to buy.

      Anyhow, I am glad to hear that you are doing your research before, you decide to dive into any online making opportunity. These days, research is required because, after reviewing hundreds of make money online opportunities, I now see why so many people give up on internet marketing.

      You’re welcome, someone has to admit the truth. I purpose is to help others avoid what I experienced. Thankfully, I got tired of losing money so I ended up finding a great community that helped me stop losing money to online scams. 

  3. I have never heard of this before. It definitely has a ton of red flags! I think anything promising you to get rich quick is a scam. There is no such thing! Unless you win the lottery or inherit a fortune, you will have to put in work, time and money into becoming successful. Nothing good comes easy and nothing is free. 

    • Well, I am so glad that you were able to read this article because, this system is being sent out through emails every single day. Now that you know what to look out for, you can avoid this like a plague. 

      I definitely agree with you Sherry. Nothing good or worth your efforts ever comes free. There will always be work that needs to be completed.

      You’re right the get-rich-schemes are the programs that actually sale, and they sale like hotcakes. I guess because, well, many people are looking to get rich overnight without having to invest money or time.

  4. Looks like another of the many Cash schemes where the owners get the cash the rest get creamed.

    It seems they don’t want to be sued in the USA by its people but the rest of the unwary world can contribute.

     We never discover how they make the money but it would seem a trading link somewhere.
    Well done On finding this Scam and providing a warning.

    Peter H

    • Hi Peter,

      Yes, you’re right it is sad to know that we will never really figure out how the money is made, and even more sad that they are promoting this to people. It is a recipe for disaster, in my opinion.

      Anyhow, I am glad that you found Daily Cash App review helpful. I really appreciate your comment. Have a great day!


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