Update: Clickerjet is no longer online. Moved to the Failed Sites list. The review below will remain intact for information purposes and will not be updated anymore.
Update 22.01 2014 – Clickerjet has been moved to the Not Recommended list. Apparently the site is experiencing financial issues and they are implementing restrictive cashout rules. Their stepped cashout system has been changed. Now for some members the minimum amount for payout is $20 or $30, for others it’s $50, depending on how many payouts they have received so far. Prior to this change, pending payouts were cancelled and returned to member’s balances. As a result, many members now can’t cashout because they need to accumulate at least $20, $30 or $50 in their account balance. Obviously this change was deliberately implemented to prevent people from cashing out.
Downsides – Things to Pay Attention to:
Stopped Paying – Clickerjet is no longer paying. There are no new payments since January 20.
Payout Threshold Changes – Changing the minimum payout to $50 is not the way to become legitimate program. Clearly this change was made to prevent people from cashing out.
New & Unproven Program – Generally, we do not recommend buying memberships on new sites (under a year old). From our experience, many new programs fail to stand the test of time and turns into a non-paying programs after a while. Since we can’t predict which sites could possibly turn into long lasting successful programs, we do not recommend buying memberships and investing in new sites (under a year old). In our opinion, it would be better to wait some time until the site proves to be stable and sustainable, rather than invest in the early phase and risk to lose your investment if the site stops paying. However, the choice is yours and it is up to you to make your own decisions. But be sure to test a new site if you plan to invest. It is best to do your research to make sure it is a legitimate opportunity. Also you should be aware that new sites are notorious for making changes to their membership details, personal and referrals click rate, changes to the payout policy etc. If you decide to invest in a new PTC, never invest more than you can afford to lose. So decide carefully.
A Bux site – Clickerjet can be categorized as a Bux site. The “bux” model have been proven many times as unsustainable and Clickerjet proves no exception. Bux sites heavily relies on selling expensive upgrades or renting referrals to pay members, and usually they are displaying self sponsored ads with high click rate, which can be bad on the long run if they do not generate enough advertising income. Most bux sites will pay at their beginnings, but as the time pass, investors will start making profits, and the site could get into financial problems if the advertising income they’re generating isn’t enough. Typically, bux sites don’t make enough advertising revenue to cover the cost of the self sponsored ads, which is why they tend to collapse. Be sure to test a new bux site and do your research if you plan to invest money.
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Review Bottom Line:
Clickerjet implemented restrictive cashout rules by increasing the minimum payout to $50. Prior to this change, pending payouts were cancelled and returned to member’s balances. As a result, many members now can’t cashout because they need to accumulate at least $30 or $50 in their account balance. Obviously this change was deliberately implemented to prevent people from cashing out. After these changes were implemented, Clickerjet stopped paying therefore it has been moved to the Not Recommended list and will remain there until things improve, if ever.