Lucky Cat App Review – I’m Sick and Tired of These Scammers

Listen, I am legit sick and tired of scammers wasting peoples time and energy.

Lucky Cat is just another scam app to add to the list of wasteful apps out there.

This app simply claims that you can earn money and cash out, completely free, just by playing scratch games and other similar games.

But I am no stranger to these types of apps. In fact, I’m going to expose the hell out of this system so you know exactly why you should stay away at all costs.

Why am I qualified to write this article?

Because I expose scam systems like these and point people to the truth in the hopes that they won’t waste their time or money.

Lets get into it.

What is Lucky Cat All About?

Scratch Match

Lucky Cat is an app that claims to offer free rewards in a variety of ways.

These include:

  • Unlimited scratch cards
  • Lucky eggs
  • Lucky spin
  • Lucky slots
  • Lucky knife
  • Lucky doll
  • And more

There are two currencies to earn, tokens and cash.

You can cash out via PayPal as soon as you hit the $40 or $50 payment threshold depending on your country.

And you can redeem tokens for gift cards or PayPal cash.

The minimum withdrawal amount for a gift card is 10,000,000 tokens, and 30,000,000 tokens for PayPal cash.

Most games pay anywhere from 1000 – 3000 tokens, so expect it to take a long time before you reach minimum payout.

Alright Brandon, sounds like a great money maker. Well that’s what most people would think, but there’s a catch.

The Catch?

It’s all in their terms and conditions my friend.

Everything’s in the fine print which is where you can catch all of these systems out.

As long as they type a little disclaimer in their policy, they aren’t breaking any laws and they can continue doing what they’re doing.

Here’s what they say:

“Lucky Cat cannot guarantee and does not promise any specific results from use of the app”

This pardons them from any legal matter because they don’t guarantee you anything.

This says a lot about who these people are and it explains exactly why no one is getting paid from them.

That little disclaimer tells you everything about what their intentions are. And as we have found it so far, it has nothing to do with paying out winnings.

But Brandon, There’s So Many Good Reviews

Of course there are, because it’s fun to play don’t get me wrong.

But most of those positive reviews are from people that have just joined and they are giving their first impression.

Or they’re halfway to making the minimum payout and they’re updating on how they’re enjoying the game so far.

No disrespect to the people writing these reviews, but they are completely ignorant if they think making that kind of money is that easy.

I am very surprised at the 4.4/5 star rating that they’ve racked up, it just shows how easy it is to scam people in plain sight.

Where’s My Proof of Scamming?

I don’t need proof that they are scamming people and not paying out earnings, I have reviewed so many of these apps to know all the red flags.

Lucky Go, Lucky Day, Lucky Money, Lucktastic, I have personally reviewed all of these apps and they have the same things in common.

Fast Earnings Turn to Slow Earnings

Within the first few games you will gain a significant amount of tokens and cash.

However, after this the earnings drop down unbelievably quick, to the point where it’s going to take weeks and possibly months to get to the minimum threshold.

This happens on all the apps I mentioned above, not just on Lucky Cat.

Cash Stops Completely

As mentioned above, the cash rolls in at the start but slows down overtime.

In some cases it’ll keep going until you get to minimum payout and then other things will happen to stop you from getting your money.

However, in some cases the cash will stop completely, meaning all that time getting to that point wasted.

Suspicious Blocks

As soon as people try and cash out they are blocked from the app with a message saying “banned for suspicious behavior”.

You didn’t do anything wrong, it’s all part of the plan to stop people from getting their earnings.

I’m telling you, these people have no intensions of paying, only paying their own bank account.

Error Message When Cashing Out

Google Playstore Review 2

Another common trick is to make an error message appear when people try and redeem gift cards or cash out.

It’ll usually say “loading failed, error, contact at the email listed”, but users have emailed the contact address and they haven’t received any responses.

Won’t Load or Open

Google Playstore Review 1

When you get close to cashing out or reaching a high amount of tokens, the game will just stop and it won’t open again.

One user played it for over a year, got close to cashing out and it completely stopped and blocked her out.

Just think about that for a second.

Playing a game for at least 1 hour a day for a whole year, that’s 365 hours of your life all for nothing, only to make the app creators richer.

It’s sad that they do this to people but hopefully you’ll learn after reading this review that they aren’t all what they seem.

Withdraw Button Disappears

Another trick they’ll do is remove the withdraw button when you get close to minimum payout.

I’ll be honest, I have not heard of this one before, but there’s many complaints about it in the review section not to ignore it.

How Lucky Cat Works

All of these apps are similar in nature, they are fully funded by the advertisers, which is why you have to watch the ads the time.

Basically, advertisers pay app owners to show their ads to their user base, and they’re supposed to pay a cut of that money to the users who win the games.

That’s how it’s supposed to work, but I am yet to find a legit owner out there that does follow these rules.

Is Lucky Cat a Scam?

They’ve pulled out all the stops with this one.

They’re using all the tricks in the book to stop people from getting their earnings.

I’ll give it to them, they are being creative with all of the ways to boot people out.

Fortunately their users are furious and end up giving a bad review, exposing them so other people can see through their lies and deceitfulness.

Lucky Cat is definitely a scam.

In the dictionary a scam is a dishonest scheme, and that’s exactly what they are doing.

They say you can earn easy money but don’t want to pay up when the time comes.

They’ve programmed their app to come up with error messages, boot people out, and even remove the withdrawal button completely.

If you join Lucky Cat just know that your chances of getting cash or a gift card is next to none.

If you’ve had trouble with Lucky Cat please let me know in the comments below. Lets expose the hell out of them.

Stop Wasting Time on Pennies

I get it, in this day and age there are thousands of additional ways to make money.

Most of them are fun, but that’s the problem.

The things that are fun don’t pay much if anything. Like make money apps, they’re fun to play but low in earnings.

Furthermore, doing surveys are much boring but at least they’re legit and they do pay, but again earnings are way too low.

Personally I look at everything as a Return On Investment.

If I work for 1 hour at something and earn 1-2 dollars, that is one hell of a bad ROI.

Even if it was easy filling out some surveys, I would rather work at McDonalds for 1 hour and earn 5x that.

When you look at the grand scheme of things, you’re spending hours of your time every single day for pennies in return.

And that is a big problem. I say spend your time wisely and create something that can pay you over and over again…an online business.

How I Make Money Online

There are many ways to create an online business, but I like the idea of making money on autopilot.

I have never liked working for a boss or a 9-5.

I hated getting up at 6 in the morning just to go to a job and make another person richer.

I tried many things, but the one thing I’ve had the most success with is blogging.

Owning virtual real estate is the best way to go especially now with COVID happening, no one knows what the future holds.

But one things for sure, the internet is here to stay and so is people looking for information and buying things online, that’s a given.

I create Amazon affiliate websites. Basically I write helpful content, people buy through my links, and I make money.

If you would like to learn more, here’s how I got started.

Thanks for reading my Lucky Cat review and I hope you have a great day.

My name is Brandon and this is my website. I'm just a normal guy that had dreams, dreams that would keep me up at night because I wanted them so badly. Now I'm living my dreams of being an influencer and making a good living doing so. Broke Influencers is another of my creations where I teach people how to get rich being an online influencer, or die trying. There is no in between.

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