Few days ago someone asked me to review Dingbux.com, which is a new “bux” site, but we do not review, promote or endorse anymore new sites based on the unsustainable “bux” model due to their high failure rate. I’m starting to hate saying this as I have already said it countless times, but “bux” sites usually are out of business after few months of their launch. Speaking of bux sites, 9 sites out of 10 do not last more than a year. You should always have that in mind when joining new bux sites. Anyway, as this Dingbux site looks suspicious to me, I did a quick research and found few discrepancies about the site, particularly about the people of their team.
On the Dingbux homepage you can see images of “the people behind Dingbux”, but certainly the images are not from the people behind Dingbux. The images are taken/stolen from social media profiles and belongs to other people. The names doesn’t match, these people have different names than those displayed on the Dingbux homepage. Not hard to guess which ones are real and which are fake. I will provide just screenshots, without links to the social media profiles and I will mask out part of their names in order to respect the privacy of these people, because obviously they have nothing to do with Dingbux.
Someone on their forum asked them to clarify about these images, and this is their response:
Really? Someone blames you that you use fake images/names and this is your response? Doesn’t sound convincing. Calling English names each other only? Yet you officially introduced under these names so the whole PTC community will remember you by these names. Better admit that you are liars and deceivers, at least you may gain some “respect” for speaking the truth, as sooner or later, people will find it out anyway.
I guess their customers are also “calling English names each other only” in their testimonials, which are also fake.
Other warning signs – they claim to use custom Ding Script which is a lie, they are using the Evolution script. Dingbux is just another probux/fusebux/zapbux wannabe, they are showing the same self-sponsored ads with the same description, just without affiliate links. Afraid that your affiliate links may reveal connection to some of your previous scams? I would say so.
Displaying self-sponsored admin’s ads increases their debt each day. As the site doesn’t make any money by showing those ads, ask the admin who and how is going to pay for those 1 cent ads when the flow of new incoming funds (member’s investments in upgrades,rented referrals) starts to dry up? Obviously, no one.
To sum things up, the administration of Dingbux is lying about who they really are, in order to gain your trust and that’s a reason enough for me to not recommend this site. Besides that, it is a typical garbage bux site, based on ponzi foundations. It is more Ponzi to Crash, rather than Paid to Click (PTC) website. My advice would be avoid this site, however the choice is yours and you should decide for yourself. But if you ask me, I would definitely not recommend Dingbux.