Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?

Let’s make $395 per day and $3,400 per week with Daily Cash Siphon NOW! Wait, can you really make that amount of money in a short period of time? What if Daily Cash Siphon is a total scam?

Well, I don’t blame you to be speculative about Daily Cash Siphon since there are a lot of scams program that claims to help you to make a lot of money in a short period of time. But, what if Daily Cash Siphon finally found a great and legit way to make money instantly?

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?

In this article, I’ll reveal all you need to know about Daily Cash Siphon. Yes, Daily Cash Siphon has some good features that you could benefit of. But, there’s something wrong with Daily Cash Siphon which might make this program not a legit way to make money online.

So, enjoy your read throughout this article. I’ll bring you according to the list of content below.


This program review is my own opinion. My opinion comes from my own knowledge or research that has been done for quite some time. I’ll deliver the best-unbiased review about this program so that you could make your own decision. Anyway, your own decision is the most important.


Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?

Program Name: Daily Cash Siphon
Website: dailycashsiphon.net (Not Affiliate Link)
Price: $37 + Upsells (total $518)
Owner: William Fairbrother (Pen Name)
My Recommendation: NO. It’s a cheap product for the high price!


A few days ago, I’ve reviewed an almost similar program which is Five Minute Profit Sites which turn out just a scam program. But, when I watched the sales video and the sales page of Daily Cash Siphon, it’s very similar to Five Minute Profit Sites.

So, my first impression, this program also a scam that takes out your hard earn money for their wealthiness. Well, I can’t judge a book from its cover. So, let’s dissect this program into 2 part which is a surface part and untold part.

Surface Part Of Daily Cash SiphonDaily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?

The surface part of Daily Cash Siphon mostly from the sales video on their website. But, in case you miss all the main point, I’ll share to you here. Daily Cash Siphon involves a legally siphoning money from a barely ethical $480mil market.

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?By using a “weird trick” which is only for serious people that want to make a lot of money online, you could make $395 per day in just 7 minutes and 19 clicks! Pretty cool right? But what is the weird trick? Well, I’ll share with you in untold part later.

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?The best part is, you don’t need to have any technical skills, don’t need to develop any product and don’t even need to have any experience to obtain money online with Daily Cash Siphon. You could obtain as much as they did which is $3.4k in just 6 days!

And, that’s it. They not showing you how the Daily Cash Siphon works and what is the “weird trick” that they talk about in the video. They didn’t show you how you can make money with Daily Cash Siphon.

So, do you still want to buy this program? It’s a huge mistake to buy something without knowing what’s inside. Well, I know you won’t buy until you know Daily Cash App truly helps you since you come to my review, right?

Untold Part Of Daily Cash Siphon

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?

For the untold part, you can watch the Youtube video below from Ipoop Cash. He shows what you’ll get on the inside of the Daily Cash Siphon.

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?They said you can make money with the “weird trick” right? Well, once you’re inside the program, you’ll find out that no such thing as “weird trick”. It’s all about blogging and affiliate marketing which is almost similar to what I’m doing right now in Article Affiliate.

There is no secret at all. Blogging is the common way to do affiliate marketing and making money. So, it’s completely legal to make money with blogging through affiliate marketing. But, it’s nowhere near to what they said in the sales video.

It’s impossible to make a lot of money in a week with blogging and affiliate marketing, especially for a beginner. You need to create unique high-quality content to attract the reader to love your blog. When there’s a lot of visitor keep coming to your blog, you can monetize your blog and make money with affiliate marketing.

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?So, it’s not an easy process to make money with a blog. 7 minutes and 19 clicks are not enough. Well, don’t worry. You’ll have an access to several training videos that have been prepared in Daily Cash Siphon. They teach you all about blogging and affiliate marketing.

But, they want you to make everything very fast. You only need to spend at most 30 minutes for 1 blog post. You’re most likely won’t make any good quality and valuable content. For this review alone, I’ve spent more than 3 hours to write. I want to deliver the best review I can to my reader.

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?Surprisingly, they didn’t teach you about Search Engine Optimization (SEO) which are the priority for any blog to know about this. SEO is almost a holy grail for free traffic. Every time people search something on Google, they will find your blog. That’s SEO.

Well, don’t worry. They teach you about Solo Ads. I would say that Solo Ads is the most expensive ads in online marketing. Go to Udimi and you’ll find out people charge a fortune for Solo Ads.

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?The last thing you might need to know in the untold part is the upsells. There is 3 level of upsells which in total would be $481. And obviously, if you want to make a lot of money as they show in the sales video, you are most likely need to buy all the upsells.

So, you can expect that what you’ll get after buying Daily Cash Siphon is totally different what they have shown you in the sales video. You need to create a blog, do some blog post, attach affiliate links and do the paid ads, Solo Ads to get traffic.


As I mentioned earlier, you’ll get training for blogging and affiliate marketing. And you’ll also be taught on traffic generation through Solo Ads. So, you’ll follow all the training and hoping you’ll get money form it.

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?First, you’ll need to have a blog. In the training videos in Daily Cash Siphon, they teach you how to set up a WordPress blog, how to do a blog post and the mentality of having a blog. It’s easy and you can start creating your blog today.

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?Then, you need to accommodate your blog with some blog post. Fortunately, they teach you how to create a blog post. They show you how to do research and stuff. But, you need to create a blog post within 30 minutes which is not enough to provide a good quality content.

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?Insert your affiliate link from ClickBank to your content. So, when people interested in your content (which almost impossible since your content in bad quality), they might buy your product through your affiliate link. Then, you’ll get a commission for every sale.

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?And, the last part you need to do is drive traffic to your blog. There is some free traffic out there that you can learn by yourself. But, unfortunately, Daily Cash Siphon only teach you about Solo Ads to drive traffic which cost you a lot.

So, here is the step you might go through when you’re buying Daily Cash Siphon. You might make some money but you need to spend some more especially on Solo Ad.


All the reasons already being explained in the previous section. But, I’ll list down all the things I don’t like about Daily Cash Siphon.

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?

  1. The training is far from what they said in the sales video
  2. No brief introduction on what I’ll get after buying Daily Cash Siphon in the sales video
  3. A lot of training but a very short video for each training
  4. Time pressure task which might produce low-quality content
  5. No free traffic training to drive the visitor to the blog
  6. The recommended traffic generation, Solo Ads, not suitable for a beginner
  7. Has 3 level of upsells and very costly
  8. Same vibe as Five Minute Profit Sites – a scam program

But, they also provide a few good things that need to take into consideration too:

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?

  1. 60 days money refund
  2. The training is correct and applicable
  3. A little bit better than Five Minute Profit Sites

The main point here, no matter how many bad and good things in Daily Cash Siphon, what you want to know is either this program can help you make money or not as they show you in the sales video, right?

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?The answer is NO. You can’t make money within a week with Daily Cash Siphon and you also can’t make a few hundred bucks in a month with the way they teach you. This is because a blog takes time to mature and give value to others.


Well, my opinion might not enough to convince you about how bad this program is. So, I’m gathering some verdict from others. Let’s see what others said about Daily Cash Siphon.

In my opinion, yes – it is a scam. I mean sure, you do get access to some training after you hand over your cash but as far as I’m concerned the whole thing is built up on pure lies & deceit.
Dale Rodgers, DaleRodgers.co.uk

This is honestly just another get rich quick program that doesn’t deliver. The only person (or persons) making money from this product is the owner and the affiliates who promote it on Clickbank. It’s really not going to deliver the claimed promises of income and if you buy into it you will only end up wasting your time and money.
Mark, NoBSIMReviews.com

Daily Cash Siphon is actually a ClickBank product, so this would all make sense. You would be promoting Daily Cash Siphon and making money through ClickBank via affiliate marketing, and the product creators (the people behind Daily Cash Siphon) would be making money from the product sales of course.
Kyle, Kyles-Blog.com

These 3 reviews should be good enough to convince you that Daily Cash Siphon is not a good program to get started especially for beginners. Fortunately, I know a good affiliate marketing training which is not overclaiming and provide very high-quality courses for you to learn.


Daily Cash Siphon teaches you how to make money with affiliate marketing through blogging, right? That’s a legit way to make money but the content they teach not good enough to get started. To be successful with affiliate marketing through blogging, you need to produce high-quality content.

As you can see in Article Affiliate, I’m trying to deliver my best opinion to produce high-quality content for you. So, I hope everything in this blog will give some value to you. Anyway, Article Affiliate is one of the examples that give good value for their reader.

To get started, you can visit one of my blog – How To Create An Amazing Free Blog Under A Minute

You can go through on step by step on creating a blog. But that’s the basic on creating a blog. You can learn more about blogging and affiliate marketing in 1 of my recommended training platform which is Wealthy Affiliate.

The image below will direct you to my landing page explaining about my progress and about Wealthy Affiliate. Anyway, thanks for reading until the end. Hope this article gives you a clear view about Daily Cash Siphon.

Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?

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6 comments on “Daily Cash Siphon Review: Scam Or $395/Day Program?

  1. Lynne Huysamen

    Any program that promises a huge amount of money per day with hardly any work, with a weird trick, is immediately suspect to me. As you say they don’t tell you how it works but you have to pay to get in? Not my scene at all. I like everything above board and I like to see something before I buy, so I like to have a free trial on offer. 

    Thanks for the insiders view on this. I have been blogging since 2012 and I know from experience that it takes time and hard work to build up a blog and make money from it. It is totally doable but it will take a few months of hard work before you start seeing any income. 

    Daily Cash Siphon is not something I would be interested in.

    1. Merazmi Post author

      But, don’t be surprised. There are some people buys this program. They just don’t want to do detail research. They attracted to emotional and over hype sales video. They don’t care what it cost as long as they could make money online on the easiest way possible. But, ironically, they need to pay more than expected to make a few cents. Thanks for your comment.

  2. Loes

    Hi Merazmi, I am just surfing around to see where the opportunities are online, this is another program to avoid, I think. I do not like up-sells, you never know where that ends. And Daily Cash Siphon has them. I see you recommend Wealthy Affiliate, can you tell me, are you sure they do not have up-sells? I like to find a trusted way to earn some money online, it’s quite a maze out there…


    1. Merazmi Post author

      You can check the detail in my Wealthy Affiliate review.

      After you pay the premium membership, there is no upsells at all for the training. They’ll encourage you to “go yearly and save” but that’s not really important since you’ve same access even though you’re monthly premium membership.

      But, there has few things that you need to buy. First, domains ($13.99 per domain / year). This is a must when you’re trying to getting serious with creating a website. Other hosting plan also charge a few bucks for the domains.

      Second, the upgrade of Jaaxy Keyword Tool. But, it is not necessary because the free one should be good enough to get started.

      Thanks for your comment 🙂

  3. sanjay

    My friend told me about this program and he was very excited to join and earn $395/day but I told him to wait and let me do some research. I am lucky that I found your review and how this program scam people step by step by offering upsells. I am totally agree with you that any tricks will not make money.

    1. Merazmi Post author

      Luckily your friend didn’t join the program yet. I’m glad my article useful for you. Thanks for commenting 🙂


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