Is Kidazzler a Scam? No!

As important as it is to recognize a scam, it’s also important to know what is not a scam.

Crying “Wolf!”

You know the story. The boy who was tending the sheep thought it was fun to cry “Wolf,” just to see the villagers run out to help him. But then when there really was a wolf, and he cried out, nobody came.

Scams are real. Just like wolves. But just because someone might cry, “Scam!” doesn’t mean it is one.

It’s kind of funny. I think one of the reasons why people cry “Scam” when it really isn’t, is similar to the motive of the boy in the story. (I’m picturing a little boy standing on a hillside yelling, “Scam!”) It gets a lot of attention.

Think about it. When you write a post, or make a YouTube video, pointing out some scam, you get traffic. Your rankings probably go up. It’s good for business.

And it’s very helpful to point out a scam if it really is a scam. It could save some sheep!

But if you’re wrong, it’s bad for integrity! And it certainly doesn’t help anyone.

Wolves and Scams Have This in Common

What do wolves and scams have in common?

They both devour.

A scam basically eats your money. It intrudes into your life, and takes without giving.

A scam may be like a wolf in sheep’s clothing. It may pretend to be other than it is. But when you get to the heart of it, the wolf doesn’t care about you. Just about itself.

It takes without giving, or only gives enough to make it look good and fool you. In the end, you lose.

So How Do We Know that Kidazzler Is NOT a Scam

They don’t take your money.

It doesn’t cost anything to join Kidazzler. There are no upgrades to pay for either. It’s totally free.

If something is free, it’s not a scam.

But they give money.

Kidazzler has held contests for its members and has paid out more than $6,000 in prize money.

I have seen numerous people post in the Kidazzler Facebook group that they have indeed received their prize money.

A scam doesn’t do that.

They communicate clearly.

Kidazzler is very upfront about what they’re doing and how you can be a part of it.

They are building a directory of businesses and activities that will help parents in providing the best they can for their kids, whether that means going out to eat, taking music lessons, going on an educational outing, or going to the dentist.

And Kidazzler wants to share the revenue generated by this with anyone who wants to participate in creating it.

They don’t make any promises.

They don’t promise that you’ll earn any certain amount.

They let you know whenever your “Earning Potential” goes up, but they are careful to point out that there is a difference between “Earning Potential” and “Actual Earnings.”

In April, Kidazzler will begin Phase 2, which includes contacting businesses and inviting them to advertise in the Kidazzler directory. When a business pays Kidazzler, Kidazzler pays the person (like you or me) who referred the business. That’s how potential earnings turns into actual earnings.

Kidazzler is very clear about this process.

They are committed to making this work.

They are offering people an opportunity to participate. You yourself can do as much or as little as you want.

But Kidazzler wants you to know that they are committed to working out a carefully thought out plan, and doing their best, so that everyone involved experiences a benefit.

They readily answer questions.

They are very willing to answer any questions that members have.

I have seen different members ask the same question, not realizing that it’s already been answered a few times already. Kidazzler staff is so patient and gracious in either answering the question again or referring to the place where the answer can be found.

I’m impressed!

They put a quota on the number of businesses one person can refer.

If this was a scam, they would let everyone refer as many businesses as they could, for Kidazzler’s own benefit.

But that’s not how they’ve chosen to work their business. They want as many people to benefit as possible.

So, with the combination of having a limit to the number of businesses that one person can refer, and also making compensation available to those who invite friends to join, they are not only sharing revenue, but sharing it with as many people as they can.

At the same time, to further benefit those who have already joined, they increase the quota each month.

This is a very well-thought-out, balanced, beneficial, and motivating approach.

Meet the Founder

The founder and CEO of Kidazzler is Alex Rehman. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two daughters.

Here’s what he says:

“We are driven by a sense of purpose to do GOOD, not just by profits.”

And he goes on to say:

“I know that FAITH brought all of us together, HOPE unites us, and LOVE for our children will make us successful.”

In what they say and what they do, I see Kidazzler living this out.

Back to the Hillside

So there’s the boy with his sheep on the hillside. And along comes a… what is it?

It’s big. It has an udder. It seems to be chewing its cud. And walking slowly.

He could cry, “Wolf!” That would definitely get people’s attention.

Or he could make friends with it and maybe even have the benefit of some milk.

I know… sheep give milk, too. But it would be a little extra. Or maybe a lot extra. Who knows?

But what if he doesn’t know how much milk he could get from the… whatever it is (let’s just call it a cow).
Does that unknown element (not knowing how much milk it would produce) make it a wolf?

In my opinion, milk or no milk, if it looks like a cow, walks like a cow, chews like a cow, and moos like a cow, it’s a cow.

So, if you hear anyone cry “wolf” about a cow, I would say, “Look me in the face and tell me that.”

For More Info

For my step-by-step instructions on how to earn money with Kidazzler, click here.

To join Kidazzler, click here.

If you sign up, please look me up on Facebook (Danette Maloof), and I’ll make sure you get connected with the Kidazzler community, as well as hopefully answer any questions you may have along the way.

14 thoughts on “Is Kidazzler a Scam? No!

  • March 29, 2019 at 8:03 pm

    I haven’t had the opportunity to hear about Kidazzler before Iand I must admit sometimes I am one of those kids that would easily shout scam from the top of the hill, but your article has made me curious and I definately want to check it out. Not so much becasue they won’t ask any money up front or becasue they don’t make any promises, but the fact that they want to do something good has gotten my attention. It’s so rare today to see it! So thank you I will definately have a look at Kidazzler

    • March 29, 2019 at 1:12 pm

      Barbara, That’s really encouraging to me that what stood out to you is that they want to do something good. That’s really what they want people to see and to know! You made my day!

  • March 29, 2019 at 8:08 pm

    Have looked at other programs like this and have been disappointed too often. i It is great to see someone, like you, give us a fair review. I like how detailed you got- way beyond the regular marketing language. I’m on the fence with John Thornhill’s One Month Mentor.

    Do you plan at looking at these programs form absolute beginner view point? I would enjoy that.

    • March 29, 2019 at 1:37 pm

      Hi Ed, Actually everyone who has joined Kidazzler is pretty much a beginner because it is so new. 🙂

  • March 29, 2019 at 8:19 pm

    This looks like a really great way to make residual income and thank you. I did try to sign up but I’m having an issue doing it on my phone. I’m going to try it from my computer through your site when I get home. The app would not download and the program wouldn’t open up on my internet on my phone. Wish me luck. I know a lot of great kids businesses here in my area. 

    • March 29, 2019 at 1:35 pm

      I know some people use their phones, but I use my laptop. It’s a lot easier to add business from a laptop, too, because you can have two screens up — one with a Google search or business website and the other with the Kidazzler site. I will keep an eye out for your sign-up to come through. After you sign up, by all means check the kids’ businesses in your area to see if anyone has locked them yet, and then you can also branch out to anywhere in the country. I will be in touch!
      P.S. Actually I see your sign-up went through. Yay!

  • March 30, 2019 at 4:04 am

    Now I am curious.  This is the first time that I have heard of Kidazzler.  The idea is an interesting one and I will need to do a little more research on the in’s and out’s.  What I do like is that they have a deeper sense of community by putting the parents needs over the profits that can be earned.  Businesses tend to put profits above all else and it is nice to see Kidazzler has their priorities set right.  Thanks you.

    • March 29, 2019 at 9:26 pm

      You’re welcome, Doug. I hope the other two articles that I’ve written so far about Kidazzler can fill you in a little more. If you have any questions, let me know.

  • March 30, 2019 at 4:06 am

    I like the idea behind this program. It seems pretty easy, so it only follows that one should be able to make something, even if it’s just a few extra bucks. As you mentioned, they have a limit to how many businesses you can refer. To me, that’s a pretty good indication they’re not trying to rip anyone off. If they were, they would be trying to grab all they could from each member. I’m actually thinking about giving this one a shot.

    • March 29, 2019 at 9:31 pm

      If you decide to sign up, Mark, you would get help and encouragement from the community, and I would always be happy to answer any questions you may have.

  • March 30, 2019 at 8:20 am

    This is a wonderful post, I’ve seen many companies claiming to be just copying and pasting, but this is the first company I’ve found to be. They’re doing all the marketing and selling you’re just copying and pasting the company info to get them in touch. It’s 100% Free as well.

  • March 30, 2019 at 4:52 pm

    I heard about Kidazzler once from a Facebook friend but not really sure if it’s a scam or not. Thank you for reviewing this one 🙂 So they are not a scam, but I’m a bit curious. It this more of side income or can we use it as main platform? I may recommend this to my cousin (who is already a young mom). Thanks.

    • March 30, 2019 at 10:13 am

      I would say it’s best to view it as a side income. They do want to eventually expand to other countries besides the U.S. and Canada, and that will help anyone who knows people in other countries, but that will not be right away. The great thing is that Kidazzler doesn’t take much of your time, so it’s very easy to do on the side.


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