Cliquebook.net is showing connection to past scam “bux” sites – the admin of Cliquebook has been involved into few scam sites and of course he doesn’t want you to know about that, and that’s why he is using a fake name “Spas” on the forum. In his welcome message he is speaking about his beginnings as a PTC clicker, but he failed to share with you his beginnings as a “bux” admin. Being an admin responsible for failed “bux” sites is bad for your future projects, isn’t that right?
Anyway let’s get to the point. The admin of Cliquebook is Nikolay Kosturkov and he was co-owner of Clikit.org and Clikz4Freakz.com, both improperly closed “bux” sites and remembered as scams among PTC users. For more details about these 2 websites, you can read our Clikz4Freakz review and the Clikit review. Nikolay Kosturkov was also co-owner of Silverclix.com and Clixdo.com – 2 selectively paying “click to get suspended” scams, but he is no longer involved into Silverclix and Clixdo.
Reasons Why We Don’t Recommend Cliquebook.net:
Connected to Past Scams – As already stated above, Cliquebook is a new “bux” site owned by an admin that operated scam sites which were improperly closed down without paying off their members. In this article we will present evidence that reveals the connection between Cliquebook and Nikolay Kosturkov.
Let’s begin with the self-sponsored admin’s ads currently displayed on Cliquebook. For instance, let’s take a look at the admin’s self sponsored ad for Neobux:
Now let’s take a look at the ads displayed (at the time) on Clikit.org and Clikz4Freakz.com. Both sites are no longer online and can’t be accessed, but there is this website, Wayback Machine (found at archive.org), which is a digital archive of the World Wide Web. So when a website is no longer online, using the Wayback machine you can access stored copies which were created while the website was still online. That’s what we did and we found out that the referral links of the admin’s ads currently displayed on Cliquebook match the referral links of the admin ads displayed at the time on Clikit and Clikz4Freakz. As you can see below, the Neobux referral id is the same:
The same goes for the Clixsense referral id. Here’s screenshot of the admin’s self-sponsored ad displayed on Cliquebook:
And screenshots of the self-sponsored ads displayed at the time on Clikit and Clikz4Freakz:
As you can see, the referral ids are identical.
Nikolay Kosturkov has been known for using the username “looper” or “loopers” on other PTC sites. Here’s a link to his blog named Looper and as you can see on the following screenshot, his Clixsense referral link match with the Clixsense referral link displayed on Cliquebook:
He is still using “looper” as his username on other PTC sites and this can be seen from his referral links of the sites currently promoted by him on Cliquebook:
He also used the username “looper” while he was admin on Clixdo:
And the last screenshot shows the admin’s referral link for Easyhits4u. As you can see, the referral id matches the last name of the admin.
The evidence presented above is strong enough to prove that Cliquebook.net is operated by Nikolay Kosturkov, an admin responsible for past scam site. Now he is using a fake name on Cliquebook with a purpose to hide that fact. We do not recommend websites managed by previous scammers, therefore Cliquebook will be placed on the Not Recommended list. You have been warned.