Welcome to my Quick Money Raining app review.
After watching quite an intense advert for this game, I thought I would check in to it more.
The advert showed this game giving money left, right and centre, including instant payments being sent out.
Now while its all likely fake, as I have found with many games like this.
The way they have the advert set out can be quite attention-grabbing, especially with images of $10 payments seemingly being sent out to one user.
But with this so-called easy money-making game, can you believe what has been put in front of your eyes?
Or is it a much better idea to completely avoid this app altogether and pursue other ways to earn?
The aim of this post is to get the answers to all the questions you may be asking on this game.
Table of Contents
Quick Money Raining App Review Summary
- Owner: bobo43990
- What Are They?: Swipe Screen Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Quick Money Raining?
Quick Money Raining is a game where you swipe notes out of a rack in order to gain virtual currencies.
Now these virtual currencies are claimed by the owners to have a lot of worth.
So much so that they have put videos online of people withdrawing with ease to their PayPal.
However, as I will go over, there are so many red flags that show you that their claims aren’t entirely true or real.
They were both around the concept of swiping money out of rack.
As well as that, they were found out to not be paying despite building up peoples hopes with their ads and in-game functions.
I fully expect this to be exactly like the games above because Quick Money Raining looks essentially the same as their ones.
Who Are The Owners?
Now the first red flag to mention is the owner’s name,
Who are they?
Well, no one knows since there is no information on them at all.
I tend to point out the name of these developers in my reviews because they give a lot away and tell you what exactly your up against.
These guys in charge of Quick Money Raining are called bobo43990.
Reading that name out, they certainly don’t sound like an established company that pays rewards out.
Instead, it sounds like one of those auto-suggested usernames that a website would give you when signing up.
The reason for that is they aren’t.
There is no information on them online, having had a thorough look.
Essentially this developer has come out of nowhere, with a total of three games, a few misleading ads and no proof they payout.
However since most users will head straight to the game, after watching one of these adverts, they will always be able to benefit and of course profit at others expense.
A Closer Look At The Games Adverts
As I was saying in the last section, there isn’t any info on the company.
However, the way the owners go about their adverts would suggest they have been paying out people for years.
Now there are two adverts for this game that I have come across.
I thought I would also touch upon the second advert, as I am sure some of you may have come across it.
Now if you thought the one above was silly, which you may have already seen.
The second one makes no sense whatsoever.
As you can see in the picture above, there is a woman and a man in the kitchen.
The guy opens up his laptop, when a voice speaks to him saying he has $17,000 is his bank.
Now the point of this little scene is to portray the image that this guy has made all of that with Quick Money Raining.
The second one is the screenshot you can see just below.
In this advert a woman was asking the man you can see in the picture for some money.
After showing her the money, she asked where he had got it from.
This is when the scene cuts to gameplay, and as I was talking about earlier the numerous $10’s being awarded over and over again.
Another thing that I picked up from this advert, is something one of the actors said.
They said you can get paid just by playing games on your phone, and that it was so easy.
However, I can assure you are not easy and if anything is impossible to earn with.
Since the opportunities that seem to be shown are fake.
How Can You Make Money?
Despite the whole idea of it raining money, unfortunately for you, there isn’t any money to pick up.
They do however mislead you into thinking you can, as you play the game.
It starts from the second you launch up Quick Money Raining as you are given $100 as a first time log in bonus.
You also get further bonuses as you log in for the next 6 days.
What is nuts about these, is that on the last day you can apparently get $1000, that’s not even including the money accumulated over the other days.
So as you see, these developers really try and brainwash you into thinking its all legit.
Because of how ridiculous these amounts are for just loading up an app, it couldn’t be more obvious as to what’s really going on.
You would think surely the developers wouldn’t take it any further.
However, they do, by introducing a payment system where every I would say 4/5 times, you tap the screen, you get $50+.
These excessive amounts that regular job would match for that amount of time and effort.
But with the way they pay, users could easily get to $100,000 in a day or even more.
The slight problem, as you would suspect, is that there is just no chance that any user will see any money.
How Do They Pay?
For what is quite a boring and overdone app, the payment system is interesting at first.
However, only for a few seconds, as once you see the amounts, these folks are making users reach, is simply insanity.
In total, you have 9 well-presented cash out options that do look legitimate at first viewing.
But when you look into each of them, the owners have made it, so you need to reach $1000 to withdraw.
Now considering what I said just above, about it being so easy though to earn, you would think that’s not a problem at all.
The problem doesn’t lie in how easy it is to reach it.
Its more in the fact that you aren’t able to cash out less than four figures.
I have been online for many years now and haven’t come across a legitimate site that has such requirements for a payout.
The sites I am used to which offer your standard extra income opportunities will pay you once you have $5-$10.
As after all, you are making extra cash.
But with these, you know straight away that the owners are up to no good.
Because if you were able to actually withdraw those amounts, you would have thousands of people making 5 figures a month through doing nothing.
Its just not reality and how things work.
With all that said, I really don’t think giving the Quick Money Raining app even a few seconds of your time is worth it.
They show all the signs of an app that doesn’t pay, which assures me that spending any time that isn’t for leisure is simply a poor use of your time.
Of course, its not your fault if you thought initially that this game is the answer or have invested in it.
As after all, I will admit the adverts are quite tempting and make you want to see what the fuss is about.
But saying that, I can say with a lot of certainties that any time on apps like this one is lost time, and if you have a limited data plan, a waste of money too.
So instead, let me put forward some of the apps I have enjoyed success with over the years.
You won’t get that much, however collectively I have at least a $1000+ over the past couple of months, just by doing extra bits and bobs on my phone.
Whether that be downloading apps or completing surveys.
Feel free to check the list out here!
That rounds of my Quick Money Raining app review.
If you have any questions let me know below 🙂