+ 100 clicks
500 DR limit
Rented Refs 50%
BuxPal is a new Bux site that was paying its members to click and view advertisements. The site officially launched in the beginning of September and like almost all other sites that are using the unsustainable “bux” model, BuxPal didn’t last long and have failed to stand the test of time.
Things we liked at BuxPal.com when they were paying:
Good Referral Program – The direct referral limit for standard members is set to 500. This is a good opportunity for members that can refer a lot of people to the site. If you are able to build a big and active downline, then you can earn nice residual income.
Worldwide Service – People from all countries are allowed to join the site and earn from it. No need to buy membership to receive payment.
Forum – They have a forum. In our opinion, a PTC site should have a forum. The forum is a place for communication between members and staff. Members can share their experience on the forum, post their success stories, post payment proofs, get support and stay informed about the recent changes made to the site. Usually, on the forum you can notice the first signs if something is wrong. If members complain about non-payments or payment delays, then most likely the site is experiencing problems.
What we do not like about BuxPal.com:
Paypal Limited – Their Paypal account has been limited. We have seen many times before that limitation of the main payment processor account can cause a PTC program to collapse. This is a common issue for New PTC sites. We strongly advise to wait and see if they manage to resolve this issue. Do not rush with investments through other payment processors.
Stopped paying – After their Paypal account got limited, Buxpal have stopped paying. Site will be closed and from what we can see, no refunds will be made.
New Site – We do not recommend bying memberships on new sites (under 1 year old). Many of them turn into a non-paying sites. We think it is better to wait some time until the site prove that it is stable and sustainable, rather than invest in the early phase and risk to lose your investment if the site stops paying.
“Bux” Site – “Bux” sites offer high click rate ($0.01) and self sponsored ads. For most of them, the main source of income is coming from selling memberships and renting referrals. Usually, at the begining there will be sufficient income to pay the members, but as the time pass, more and more investors will achieve a positive ROI, the site will owe more to its members than the generated income, usually there is no big base of advertisers that will compensate the difference in the cash flow and the “bux” site, most likely will fail. Be sure to test this site if you plan on investing. It is a risky investment. Either you will get profit, or you will lose your investment if the site stop paying. The “bux” model has proven to be unsustainable. Bux site heavily relies on selling upgrades or referrals to pay members.
- Important Info About the Site
- Changes and Updates
- Number of Ads: 4+/-
- Daily Average Earnings Without Referrals: $0.04 +/-
- Cashout Options and Conditions – All payments are made via Payza and Paypal. The minimum cashout is $2 for the first cashout, then it increases by $2 for every other cashout until it reach a fixed minimum of $10 for the fifth and each cashout after that. A fee can be deducted upon cashout depending on the payment processor you use. The maximum amount you can request for a single cashout is $500.
- Inactive Accounts Suspension – After 30 days of inactivity, your account will be temporarily suspended and permanently suspended after 50 days of inactivity.
- Script: nTeN v1.1.0
- October 14, 2012 – Buxpal is closing, moved to Not Recommended List.
- October 11, 2012 – Paypal account limited.
- September 11, 2012 – Review completed, site added to the Test List.
BuxPal will be closed. The administration of the site did not manage to sort out issues with Paypal limitation. You should stop using this site as it will be just a waste of time.