Update September 11 2014: Moved from the Not Recommended list to the Failed Sites list. Clikit is no longer online, it has been suspended by their hosting provider. The site turned scam in May 2014 and stopped paying since then. Now it is gone and will be remembered as a scam. Any future site from the same administration will be not recommended.
Update June 12 2014: Moved from the Watch list to the Not Recommended list. Clikit is no longer paying, there no new payments since May 25. Their Paypal is limited yet they hide that fact. The remaining payment processors are not limited and they can pay through them but they don’t. There is no word from the admin for the last 3 weeks. I would not recommend Clikit.
Update June 6 2014: The site is no longer paying – there are no new payment proofs since May 25th. There is no word from the admin, their Paypal has been limited for the 3rd time and yet Paypal is the only available option for cashouts. I see where this is going, but I will wait few more days before moving Clikit to the Not Recommended list.
Update May 30 2014: It appears that their Paypal has been limited again. This is the 3rd time how this is happening. The site is not operating in a safe business environment. Clikit has been moved to the Watch list due to payout delays and will remain on the Watch list until this issue with their main payment processor is resolved, although I doubt that is going to happen. We’ll see what happens in the following period. If no improvements are made, Clikit will be downgraded to the Not Recommended list.
Downsides – Things to Pay Attention to:
Site Gone – Clikit is no longer online, they closed down without any prior notice and without paying members. The site was already dead prior to the closure – they stopped paying on May 25th.
No Longer Paying; Marking Payments Sent – Clikit stopped paying since May 25th. The site haven’t paid out anyone after Paypal limited their account for the 3rd time. No payments through their remaining payment processors, besides Paypal. Later they started to mark payments completed without actually sending the requested amount to the user’s payment processor accounts.
Paypal accounts limited – Paypal limited their accounts three times. Obviously they are doing something wrong if the main payment processor is constantly limiting their accounts.
Forum Posting disabled – The forum is still accessible, but what’s the point of having a forum where users can’t post? Obviously they want to hide the negative feedback. No one can post on the forum.
New 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. Do your own research before doing so. 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.
Bux Program – Clikit can be categorized as a Bux site. The “bux” model is unsustainable business model build over a ponzi foundations, rather that advertising income. Bux sites heavily relies on selling expensive upgrades or renting referrals to pay members, and they are displaying self sponsored admin ads. Typically, a bux site will lack of advertising revenue to cover the cost of the self sponsored ads. 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 they are not generating enough advertising income. Be sure to test a bux site and do your research if you plan to invest money. Even if you decide to invest in a bux site, never invest more than you can afford to lose. So decide carefully.
- Important Info About the Site
- Changes and Updates
- Script – EvolutionScript
- Owners – Nikolay Kosturov and Ralitsa Kosturkova – Old owner – Bogdan Kirilov Olyushkov
- September 11, 2014 – Moved from the Not Recommended list to the Failed Sites list.
- June 12, 2014 – Moved to the Not Recommended list.
- May 18, 2014 – Clikit merged with Clikz4Freakz.
- May 6, 2014 – Moved to the Watch list due to payout delays.
- February 5, 2014 – Review published, site added to the New Sites List.
Clikit Review – Bottom Line:
Clikit is no longer online. The site stopped paying on May 25th after Paypal limited their account for the third time. Clikit was closed without compensating/paying its members and it has been moved to our Failed sites list. Any future site from the same owners will be not recommended here.