Funny Name, Funny Business — Zip Nada Zilch Review

Is Zip Nada Zilch a scam? Read this review to find out!is zip nada zilch a scam

How It Works

Zip Nada Zilch is a place where companies advertise. These big budget companies pay Zip Nada Zilch lots of money to display their ads and free trial offers on the ZNZ (Zip Nada Zilch) website.

Now, in order for Zip Nada Zilch to be successful, they must attract lots of traffic, or website visitors. If nobody visits the ZNZ website, they can’t offer any advertising.

Here is where you come in. If you refer someone to sign up at Zip Nada Zilch and make a purchase or complete a free trial offer, you will earn $20. You will earn an additional $20 for every person that you refer to ZNZ.

The Cost of Joining Zip Nada Zilch

The requirement to join ZNZ and be paid for referrals is as follows: You must complete an offer yourself. You may actually have to complete a few offers, depending on their costs.

Some of the trial offers cost you nothing while you may have to pay for others. You will also need a credit card for free trials, which will be billed if you do not cancel your trial right before it expires.

The people you refer will also have to complete an offer or two. Furthermore, you will not get paid unless they complete an offer. Once they get their credits by completing one or more offers, they can also start referring people.

Payments are made via PayPal, though you can choose a Payza or check option. You can also choose to receive gifts, such as an iPhone.

Zip Nada Zilch One & Zip Nada Zilch Two

At Zip Nada Zilch One (, you must accumulateis zip nada zilch legit at least one credit by completing offers. (Some offers only give you a half or a quarter of a credit.) You will then get paid $20 for every person you refer to ZNZ.

At Zip Nada Zilch Two (, you must accumulate two credits, so you must complete more offers. You will then get paid $40 for every referral.

There are also a host of other Zip Nada Zilch subdomains, like Zip Nada Zilch Cash, Zip Nada Zilch Double Cash ($80 per referral), Zip Nada Zilch iPods, etc etc. The higher the commission, the more credits you need to sign up, meaning you must complete more offers.

So, Is Zip Nada Zilch a Scam? Can It Really Be True?

Zip Nada Zilch is not a scam, as they have an A+ rating with the BBB (at the time of this writing).

However, this does not answer the questions of whether you can make money with Zip Nada Zilch and whether it is an honest business opportunity.

Yes, you can make $20/$40 for every referral. However, you will have to be an expert online marketer to earn referrals. You can’t just spam your friends on social media and expect to make a living. No, you must either have a popular website or know how to advertise on FaceBook, Google, etc and create landing pages.

So no, it is not so simple to make money at ZipNada Zilch. If you are not an online marketer, Zip Nada Zilch is useless. Furthermore, ZNZ is useless to most other people in the world as well. Unless your referrals are also online marketers, they will not be able to make money from ZNZ.

So, who will you be referring to ZNZ? Other online marketers? Or unsuspecting people who you just sold a story about how they will make lots of money while you know very well that ZNZ is useless for them?

So, I will not recommend Zip Nada Zilch. I believe it is built on luring unsuspecting people (in other words, on scamming them).

If you do want to learn how to make money online and become an online marketer, there is training for that. This course will teach you all about it.


  1. NathanG

    Thank you for your honest review on ZipNadaZilch. If I were to attempt this program, that is exactly what I would make and you did a superb job of explaining why! You can’t just throw out an affiliate like everyone online and expect people to join and put up their hard earned money that easily. This ZipNadaZilch wants you to enter a credit card for a free trial hoping you will forget. I will run and take a look at your final suggestion. Thanks again.

    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi, Nathan,

      Did you end up checking out that course? If so, what was your experience like? We all are curious to know 🙂

      All the best,


  2. Xulfeh


    Thanks for the review. Didn’t like the sound of it whilst you were describing it. That got confirmed with your recommendation at the end.

    Sounds like a pyramid scheme where you’re losing money if you either don’t take offers yourself or don’t get people to come on board as a referrer.

    There seem to be a lot of these schemes around these days, flooding the market. A lot are scams, and the few that aren’t are really hard to break into to make a decent income off.

    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Xulfeh,

      Thanks for sharing; I really do appreciate it 🙂

      All the best and much success.

  3. Tyler

    So it’s essentially like an affiliate program but payment increases the more you refer? So if I understand correctly, ZNZ attracts traffic to their site by offering payment for referrals resulting in increased traffic from which advertisers pay to put ads on their site resulting in them getting paid. It’s like a wine win for both the marketer and the company. Am I right?

    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Tyler,

      You almost got it. Yes, they earn money from third-party advertisers, which pay them because they get so much traffic. However, it’s more than that. Each person must purchase a product or start a free trial with a company. Without that they will not be able to refer more people. So it’s not just that they have traffic, they can actually guarantee that people will sign up.

      Now, there are different levels of how many free trials or products you must try out. On higher levels, you must try out more, but you will get more money when you refer people.

      Hope this clears things up.

  4. MCNinja

    Another website offering easy money – but it’s never that easy.
    You highlight a good point – sure you can make a bit completeing tasks on your own, but you have to recruit in order to make anything worthwhile. And how many of your Facebook friends will jump on this?
    One big question: How long are these tasks going to take? Is it worth the time invested?
    Thank you.

    1. Ben (Post author)

      The tasks are just signing up to free trials. They take a few minutes but you need a credit card (which will be charged if you do not cancel your trial). It is not worth it, in my opinion.

  5. Marcus

    There are so many of these online money making schemes. While technically they are not scams as such, they are definitely not good ways to make money online. Rather than participate in a novelty scheme like this, it is far better to build your own profitable website. Wouldn’t you agree?

    Maybe the best way to make money online is to actually make one of these websites. What do you think?

    1. Ben (Post author)

      I agree than making your own website is far more profitable than spamming people on social media with affiliate links. I wouldn’t make a website like Zip Nada Zilch, though, because I don’t beleive it is

  6. Wendy

    A very eye-opening and informative blog about a company I had heard about but not had the opportunity to look into. You did my homework for me. I think I’ll steer clear of them. It seems to almost be like a ‘chain mail’ kind of scenario…would I be correct in making that connection?

    1. Ben (Post author)

      Yes indeed, it is a chain type of thing. You get someone to sign up, and they get someone else to sign up, and that person gets someone else to sign up…

  7. Chris

    When I first heard about this lot I kinda liked the idea of a rewards based website where members who complete trial offers provided by partner companies will be rewarded by receiving a free gift.

    But after looking into it more closely I realized that it wasn’t that much different than the oldies like Swagbucks.

    1. Ben (Post author)

      It’s actually different than SwagBucks. SwagBucks allows you to take surveys and complete offers for small cash rewards. This makes you sign up for trials and offers and then you make money by getting other people to sign up and complete offers.


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