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Update June 23: Moved from the Sites to Avoid list to the Failed Sites list. Clikz4freakz is closing down without paying out members earnings. They blame it on “their haters”. As long as you blame others for the reason you aren’t where you want to be, you will always be a failure. Site admins have to learn to take responsibility for their actions, and stop making excuses.
Update June 12: Moved from the Watch list to the Sites to Avoid list. Clikz4freakz is no longer paying, there no new payments since May 29. 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 2 weeks. I would not recommend Clikz4freakz.
Update May 30: 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. There is a high risk for those members that have paid or are going to pay for some of their services (membership, referrals etc) therefore as a precaution Clikz4Freakz has been moved to the Watch list and will remain there 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.
Note: The information below is from the time when Clikz4Freakz was online. The article below will remain here for information purposes only and will not be updated anymore.
Things we initially liked about Clikz4freakz.com:
Decreasing Payment Thresholds – The minimum amount required for the first cash-out is set to $3.00 and this amount is decreased to $2.00 for the second and all next payout requests. With the current average daily earnings, it should be a easy target to reach.
Affiliate System – You can refer up to 100 new members to Clikz4freakz. It’s not unlimited, but 100 direct referrals should be a solid referral base that will help you to increase your daily earnings. You will earn click commissions, as well as purchase and upgrade commissions from your direct referrals.
Free Worldwide service – There are no registration restrictions, people from all over the world can join as a member for free. Users can make money without having to invest any money to get started.
Forum – They have a forum. In our opinion, a PTC site should have a forum. The forum is a place where members and staff can communicate with each other. Members can post their success stories or doubts, post payment proofs, share the experience that they had with the site, ask for 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.
Clikz4Freakz Downsides – Things to Pay Attention to:
Closed down – Clikz4Freakz closed down without any prior notice and without paying members. The site was already dead prior to the closure – they stopped paying for almost a month before the closure and the admin was not active on the forum – there were no any updates regarding the state of the site.
Stopped Paying – Clikz4Freakz is no longer paying, there are no new payments since May 29.
Paypal accounts limited – Paypal limited their accounts thrice. Obviously you can’t operate successfully if your main payment processor is constantly limiting your accounts.
New & Unproven Program – As usual, we do not recommend buying memberships on new sites (under a year old). From our experience, most new PTC sites turns into a non-paying programs. Not all, but most of them. Since we can’t predict which sites could possibly turn into long lasting successful programs, we recommend to wait some time until the site proves that it is stable and credible, rather than investing 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 credible opportunity. If you decide to invest in a new PTC, never invest more than you can afford to lose.
A Bux site – Clikz4freakz can be categorized as a Bux site. The “bux” model have been proven many times as unsustainable. Bux sites heavily relies on selling expensive upgrades or renting referrals to pay members, and usually they are displaying self sponsored ads with higher click rate, which can be bad on the long run if the site 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.
- Important Info About the Site
- Changes and Updates
- June 23, 2014 – Clikz4Freakz is closing down, moved to the Failed list.
- June 12, 2014 – Clikz4Freakz is no longer paying, moved to the Sites to Avoid list.
- May 30, 2014 – Paypal account limited for the third time. Moved to the Watch list.
- May 18, 2014 – Clikz4Freakz merged with Clikit.
- May 1, 2014 – Paypal account has been limited again.
- March 17, 2014 – Paypal account has been limited.
- November 15, 2013 – Review published, site added to the New Sites List.
Review Bottom Line:
Clikz4freakz closed down without paying members. Prior to the closure, the site stopped paying after they got their Paypal for the third time. They were not paying through the remaining payment processors although those processors were not limited. The site was not operating in a safe business environment – their paypal has been limited 3 times already, they were no longer paying and the admin was not active on the forum – there were no any updates regarding the current situation of the site. Therefore Clikz4Freakz was moved to the Sites to Avoid list and now after closing down, it has been moved to the Failed sites list.