Spybux – Connected to other scams (No Longer Online) | Failed Site

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Spybux is showing connection to Diego Calandria Checco and his team of scammers who are responsible for a lot of scam sites like DreamClix.com, Kimclix.com, Yumylinx.com, Hirenclix.com, Storyclix.com, Storybux.com, Axionclix.com, Boostclix.com and Oldmovieclix.com. Since we don’t recommend new sites from owners with history of running scams, Spybux will be placed on the Sites to Avoid. Spybux is just another scam in the making. If you do not believe this, then time will tell you very shortly. Read the full article for proofs and more info.


Safeclix and Startclix – Scam PTC Programs (No Longer Online) | Failed Sites

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Safeclix.com, Startclix.com, Wealthbux.com, PotentBux.com, WorthClikz.com and Paymentarea.com are PTC sites owned by the same admin. There are complaints on these sites about pending payments, selective payments, non-responsive support, and complaints over the web about deleting forum posts, suspending accounts without a valid reason etc. Moreover, the admin is lying about who he is – on each site he is introducing himself as different person. he is building a ponzi scheme by opening one site after another, each site with intention to scam and each time he is using different name so no one would know who he really is and what is his background and history with his previous sites, so he could continue with his scamming tactic to open new scam sites. Read the full review for more info and proofs.

Fuseclix.com – Scammer admin (no longer online) | Failed Site

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Fuseclix.com is the latest PTC site from Andrei Dumitrache, a Romanian admin who have history of running scam PTC sites. He owned a lot of closed scam sites, including Ptc-advertisements.com, Clixbanner.com, Hitzbux.com, Protectbux.com, Increaseearning20.com, Intbux.com and Red-alertbux.com. He is also running other active scam sites at the moment – Ojooclix.com, Lexbux.com, Nodbux.com and Zonclix.com. We do not recommend new sites from owners with history of running scam sites, therefore Fuseclix will be placed on the Sites to Avoid list. It will be just another scam site from this admin, it’s pretty much clear that he is opening one site after another with intention to scam, therefore you should keep away from Fuseclix.

Pirobux.com – Owned by scammer ( no longer online) | Failed Site

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Pirobux is a new PTC site which is showing connection to at least 2 closed scam sites, Licbux.com and Buxlinx.com. To learn more about these sites history and their admin, you can read the review here. I have no doubt Pirobux will end up as the previous sites from the same admin (goes by the username “luisgaga2011”). Pirobux will be placed on the Sites to Avoid list due to involvement of the same admin into previous scam sites and because the site is running on illegal and stolen version of the EvolutionScript.

BuxLeader.com Review – Connected to other Scam PTCs | Site to Avoid

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Buxleader.com is a site owned by admin involved into a lot of closed scam sites. This admin, Georgi Georgiev from Bulgaria is constantly opening new sites, one after another and closing down the older sites after a while. The Buxleader admin is responsible for at least 9 failed PTC sites, including 33bux.com, buxboss.com, canadabux.com, bigusabux.com, feeldollar.com, buxpromo.com, cashfreebux.com, bux2000.com, and etabux.com. Opening new sites to pay debt on the older sites is not the way to go. Eventually the admin is going to close Buxleader, as he already did with 9 other sites. We do not recommend sites from previous scammers, therefore our suggestion would be to keep away from Buxleader

Tomobux and Ceobux – Scam PTC Programs | Not Recommended

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Acbux.com, Derbux.net, Bagabux.com, Tomobux.com, Buxbanker.com, Ceobux.com, Jwbux.com and Buxak.com are scam sites owned by a Chinese scammer admin. These sites are not paying and they have red flags all around them. For instance, they don’t have forums nor payment proof section. Payment proof page is available only on Jwbux and there are no payment proofs for over 3 months. All these sites are forced investment scams, meaning you have to add funds to become eligible for payout. Don’t do it, you will only lose your money, the sites are not paying. Moreover, the same admin also owned vampirebux.com, emoneybux.com and 66bux.com, all of them closed scam sites. I would not recommend any of the sites above. They are scams, managed by serial scammer, don’t waste time, effort and money on these sites.

Facebookclix – Connected to other Scam PTCs | Site to Avoid

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Facebookclix in a PTC site launched in the beginning of April. Facebookclix is not affiliated with Facebook in any way, it is just another site from the scammer admin of Quickbux, Exchangebux, Excellentbux.net, Profibux.com, Paid-bux.info, Bestbux.info, Cashbux.info. Since Facebookclix belongs to a large network of scam sites, I would recommend to keep away from the site. I would not waste time and effort on a site managed by a person with a record of running other scam sites. In this article you can see proofs that will show you the connection between Facebookclix and the other scam sites from the same admin.

Sites powered by the illegal PtcEffect Script | Sites to Avoid

Ptceffect is illegal script provider that is selling a stolen copy of the Evolution script (formerly PtcEvolution). PtcEffect hacked the PtcEvolution server and hijacked the domain few months ago and now they are selling the original software without authorization. I would like to warn you to keep away from these sites powered by PtcEffect: ptceffect.us, nilobux.org, xtremclix.com, eliteclix.com, hatyaibusiness.com, davidptc.com, squel.net, kreativeads.com, worldwidebux.com, clickpayer.com. They can be easily taken down if the rightful owner of the script file a DMCA takedown notice for copyright violations. Most sites powered by the PTCEffect script are scams or will end up as a scam. Those sites are not safe place to earn money online. Don’t spend effort on sites that don’t want to pay for the legal version of the script.