It took me a while to get around to reviewing this game and write this Shooting Money app review.
However, after several ads with new ones coming out promoting this game over the start of October, I felt as if I needed to take a closer look at this game.
Now if you don’t know already Shooting Money is a new mobile game on the market.
But its not just any game, as if you have seen any of the ads I am alluding to, you may know that they are claiming to pay out money to their players.
Not only do they claim you can make $100 over and over again instantly.
But that this game will give you a steady and consistent income over months.
If like me, you are thinking hold up is this actually possible, then you may be questioning it all.
So today, I am going to look into all the claims they make, the game itself, before explaining if this game is legitimate or not.
Shooting Money App Review Summary
- Owner: Josephbilled
- What Are They?: Casual game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Shooting Money?
Shooting Money is a flying knife-based game with over 100 thousand users, that has gone viral, due to various ads promoting the game has a way to make money.
Unlike your standard legitimate paying app, that I have come across, this one jumps straight in with the big claim, that you can make hundreds.
This is all apparently be playing this casual game, where you throw knives up in the air to catch money.
If you have the game already you may know how simple it is to play, however despite that the owners have their users thinking there is big money to be made.
How Does It Work?
How Shooting Money works, is you throw knifes up on a screen by tapping on a screen.
Above in the center and rotating around, as you can below, you have cash notes.
When you retrieve the standard notes, they will just be added to your balance right at the top.
If you collect any of the ones with PayPal on them, you will varying sums for that currency.
You will get a pop-up like shown under and if you press the orange button, you will retrieve that money.
Now its not added straight to your actual account, but its kept in the game until you have met the requirements.
Its also worth noting that the first claim is free, however for each one there is a video you must watch to collect it.
Once you have then collected all the cash floating in the area, you will pass the level.
As a reward for doing so, you will be shown four different lucky cards, that once turned over will give you another bonus.
Each one will pay you instant bonuses, and there is also an additional reward for jigsaw puzzles.
These can be used to redeem iPhone 12 Pro’s.
How Do They Pay?
Shooting Money through the adverts we spoke about in the previous section, claims to pay efficiently to say the least.
However its not the case as there is a procedure for all rewards.
Now when you request a payout through PayPal, not only do you first need to reach £140.82 if using the app from the UK.
But you must also wait for one to be sent, as each one goes under review.
This review period isn’t a genuine thing where the company is looking into your payment with the intention to give it to you.
It is instead a plot to get you to carry on using the game, while one is apparently being sent to you.
In the end, a reward will likely not be sent, because games like this can’t send each user an amount over £100 for doing nothing.
What Claims Are Being Made?
What looks to be the case is the owner josephbilled has gone down every path with Shooting Money to make it one of the most talked-about money-making games.
Why I say this is because each ad they have created all promotes the game in a different way.
However, what the owners are therefore done, which is likely to not be a coincidence, is contradicted most of what they say.
To the point where what you see in the game doesn’t align with what is portrayed in the advert.
So I can explain what I mean let me take you through a few of their adverts.
Advert 1: $100 Unlimited Withdrawals
The above image shows a man who is taking phones of people and showing people a game where they can get cash.
Now watching this video, there is a lot wrong with it.
First off the guy is snatching phones off people in public, something that isn’t allowed.
So the fact the script makers put that in the Shooting Money ad is wrong.
With that said this guy, explains how you can get repeated withdrawals of $100, just like you can see in the image.
However, if you check out the bottom of the screen, you will see that it states the result is not guaranteed.
So despite what looks to be a paid actor, strongly promoting this game has one that enables easy payouts.
There are terms being shown, that put simply means the owners don’t have to payout.
As you can you can’t believe everything you see in the advert, as there is always small print.
This is important with this one, as this supposedly easy money, is by no means guaranteed despite portraying it to be the case.
Advert 2: Lowest Minimum Withdrawal
With this second advert, they make the lie of saying you can withdraw as little as $1.
The woman promoting this game, says how this is a fun earning game and that you can get paid in 30 seconds.
However unfortunately all of this is a lie, which you don’t find out until you download the game for yourself.
As not only is there a £140 minimum threshold, but payments within the game are subject to review.
So no there is no fast withdrawals, nor anybody getting paid at hitting $1.
The people who have created this advert for Shooting Money know this, however they don’t care about being real with you.
They only want you to do one thing and that is to download thier game.
From there they can monetize you from their ads, which then benefits them.
Advert 3: Additional Stable Income
Onto the final ad I would like to share with you, shows one person stating that you can earn a stable additional income.
He also says it doesn’t matter if you don’t have a job or if you are in work, as this game is essentially for you.
However, while games exist that can offer this and allow you to earn passive income, this one is of course not a legit one.
Towards the end of this game, it is also stated that you can withdraw after having the advert open for 10 seconds.
This is just like the other ones I have spoken about in this section, and just shows you how desperate they are to get you playing their game.
Despite how the game is promoted as being easy, from what I have seen Shooting Money is anything but.
A series of adverts all show the intent of the developer to only make money from you and not to help you, due to crazy claims and promises about how you can earn consistent income.
Not forgetting the fact that there isn’t a way to get paid instantly, something that was highlighted in each of the adverts.
So as a result its not worth your time getting invested in this game.
They will likely let you down like many other games, and when you do go to redeem a reward it is highly likely that you won’t receive it.
The reason apps like this do so well, is because the claims are simply too good.
All the money they say they will payout can be hard to resist.
But at the end of the day, your time is much better spent with only legitimate apps.
As with each of those apps above, they all have many users using them and getting paid each day.
That is how you know that your time is going to good use, as opposed to putting it into this game we have spoken about today.
So there you have it, that was my Shooting Money app review.
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