BearBux Review – Is it a Scam? | Not Recommended

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Warning – is another site from the same admin. For more details, you can read the FamilyClix review.

Update: Shortly after we published this review, the Golden Group and Bearbux admin commented on our facebook page using foul language and threatening us. Can’t handle the truth, huh?

Now imagine, 2 minutes after that, he removed all self-sponsored ClickBank ads on Bearbux and placed new Clickbank ads. Which only proves that he is the owner of Bearbux. On the screenshot below you can see the ads which were displayed earlier, the self-sponsored ClickBank ads with the affiliate username ‘balkanika’ (click on the image to enlarge it).
Bearbux self-sponsored ads
These ads are now removed and replaced with new ClickBank ads with affiliate name ‘bearbux25’. Since I knew he was going to remove the ads once we publish this review, I captured video proofs as well and I will add these videos to the review if needed. At this point, the proofs below are enough to reveal the connection between the Golden Group sites and Bearbux . is the latest site from the dubious Golden Group network (review here), which consist of other scam sites such as,,, and the closed scam site Proofs attached below.

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Reasons why you should avoid using

Ties to other Scam Sites – The Golden Group is a scam network. Balkanikaclix has been closed down, Clixdo and Adzpot are no longer paying, there are no new payments for almost 2 months, Goldenclix and Silverclix are poorly managed sites by an admin who doesn’t have a clue how to run a successful long-standing PTC and must deliberately suspend thousands of users to avoid paying them in order to keep his collapsing sites alive by stealing money from members that have rightfully earned. Since the Golden Group sites have ruined reputation, the admin have to hide behind fake names when opening new sites. Because if people knew that he opened new sites, most of them will keep away from his sites. That’s why he introduced as Eduardo Aquino in his welcome message on Bearbux.

He can lie, but the proofs don’t lie. This admin very often is using the username ‘balkanikaclix’ or ‘balkanika’ on many other affiliate programs. The usernames comes from his first scam site which is no longer online, it was improperly closed without paying off the debt. Now let’s take a look at the affiliate links for the ClickBank products he promotes with the self-sponsored ads on Bearbux.
Bearbux clickbank ads with affiliate username balkanika
The ClickBank username is ‘balkanika’ as you can see on the screenshot above. That is the Clickbank username of the Golden Group admin, also used on his other sites, for instance on Goldenclix too.
Goldenclix clickbank ads with affiliate username balkanika

The affiliate link from the Goldenclix screenshot above is encrypted, that’s why you don’t see the username ‘balkanika’. But if you just copy the ClickBank hop link and paste it in your browser, the affiliate username will be shown. Here is the encrypted hop link from Goldenclix, it is exactly the same link as on the screenshot above, now click it and you will see the username ‘balkanika’ in the URL in your address bar. This proves that Goldenclix and Bearbux are connected, both sites are showing self-sponsored admin’s ads with the same affiliate username. Obviously, both sites are owned by the same admin.

Same for the other ClickBank self-sponsored ads on Bearbux, the encrypted affiliate links point back to the username ‘balkanika’. You can see few more examples below.
Bearbux clickbank ads with affiliate username balkanika
The following link is encrypted ClickBank link, click it to see the username associated with the encrypted affiliate link –

Bearbux clickbank ads with affiliate username balkanika

The ClickBank affiliate link from the screenshot above is encrypted, click it to see the username associated with the encrypted affiliate link –

Moreover, the same domain name servers are being used on Bearbux and other sites from the Golden Group network. The same DNS is used on Familyclix too, which is another site from this admin.

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And lastly, the screenshot below proves that the Bearbux admin is in the Philippines. 63 is the country code for the Philippines. And the Golden Group admin lives in the Philippines for the last couple of months. Coincidence? In addition to the proofs from above, I don’t thinks so.

BearBux Review – Summary

Bearbux is owned by the GoldenClix admin, who is responsible for other scam sites. He have to lie about who he really is because he have no credibility. That’s why he introduced as Eduardo Aquino in his welcome message on Bearbux (btw ‘eduardo001’ is username he uses on some other affiliate programs, not very creative when coming up with fake names, huh?). I mean why would you lie about who you are if you have honest intentions? If you are reliable and honest admin why you wouldn’t say that you own 5 other sites? You know why? Because people don’t trust admins with such a poor reputation as this one. And he knows that. That’s why he have to hide his bad history and record of running scam sites so he could continue with his scamming tactic. I would advise to stay away from Bearbux since it is owned by admin involved into other scam sites. Bearbux has been placed on the Not Recommended list. You have been warned.

Review Published: 13 Dec 2014

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7 comments on “BearBux Review – Is it a Scam? | Not Recommended

  1. Update : Bearbux is not paying their members anymore. Your account goes suspended the next second you click on withdraw > Paypal…. or so.

    Same applies to their sister sites Silverclix, Goldenclix etc

  2. hossein piri

    i do payment to my perfect moneyAccount U8578863 in Oct 16 2015 11:05:46 PM But I still could not until Oct 16 2015 I got my money. why?

  3. On 10-08-2015 bearbux paid me. I cashed out $2. But I received only $1.51. They cut $0.49 as payment fees! Too bad.

  4. WOW, that’s really amazing. How you investigate a PTC site and compile the evidence that a PTC site is scam. Now I am sure that this is the best place to look whether PTC is scam or not. Thank you admin, you are great.

    • Most of the PTC sites which contains Bux in their names turns to scam sites.

  5. wow, best website reviewer i’ve ever meet… keep working !

  6. nice catch
    yes they are big ponzi