Tendollarbux.com is PTC site that claims to pay $10 per each click, but it’s nothing more than a scam. Most experienced PTC users are aware that these types of sites are scams, however there are many new PTC users that get easily scammed by such sites. Therefore we are publishing this review, in which we will point out few indicators why you should keep away from Tendollarbux and the other sites from their network which consist of a dozen scam sites.
Reasons why you should avoid using Tendollarbux.com:
Belongs to Large Scam Network – Tendollarbux is hosted by Getpaidsolutions.com, a host which is known for hosting scam PTC sites with bogus click rates. The owner of Tendollarbux also owns the following scam sites:
These sites are hosted on the Getpaidsolutions server as you can see on the screenshot below:
All these sites are connected and here are the proofs. The same Perfect Money account with ID U2105020 is being used on Tendollarbux and other sites from the network.
Fake Payment Proofs – Tendollarbux have Payment Proof section on their website, so people would think the site might be legitimate. Don’t be fooled by the payment proofs displayed on their site and nowhere else over the web. Why you can’t find a single reliable payment proof/screenshot on other places over the web? Because such proofs don’t exist. On their payment proofs page you can see Paypal payment “proofs” in amount higher than $10,000. That is simply not possible because the maximum amount allowed for a single transaction by Paypal is $10,000. Obviously, those payment proofs posted by the site are forged.
Deceiving; Creating false impression – This kind of PTC sites are very attractive for new users because they offer $10 per click on guaranteed number of daily ads. Remember there are no get-rich-quick schemes, the only ones that benefit from these programs are the owners. Paying users $10 per each viewed advertisement is not credible and no one is going to pay $10 for a simple task such as viewing advertisements for a few seconds. Scammers create such sites to attract people with these high click rates, but actually non of them pay. When something sounds too good to be true, it usually is. ClixSense is legit and one of the most reliable PTC sites, but they don’t claim to pay $10 per click. The maximum you can get for viewing a single advertisement on Clixsense is $0.02. But rest assured that Clixsense will pay you when you request payout, which is not the case with tendollarbux where you will be able to request payment when your account balance reaches $10,000 but your request will never be processed.
Bogus Click Rates; Unsustainable – Lets be reasonable, no one legit will pay you $10 per each click, on guaranteed number of ads on daily basis. PTC sites make money by selling advertising credits. The advertisers pays the site to display their advertisements and to bring visitors to their websites, products, services or affiliate links, and part of this payment goes to the member when he views the advertisement. TenDollarBux sells 5000 link ad hits for $25. That will cover only half a cent from the amount of $10 per single click. Ask yourself who will pay you the remaining $9.995 for your click on one advertisement? How TenDollarBux will generate these $9.995 to pay fro your click? Who will pay for the referral clicks? Obviously, no one. Besides, TenDollarBux is showing only self-sponsored admin ads for the other scam sites from their network. Meaning the admin have to pay from his own pocket for showing these ads but that is not going to happen.
No Forum – Usually, scam sites do not have forums. If they had forum, it would be full of complaints. Without forum, the owner can hide all that negative feedback on his site, and members may miss the true story about his site.
Tendollarbux.com Review – Summary:
Tendollarbux is an absolute scam PTC. They claim to pay $10 per each viewed advertisement. Too good to be true. Tendollarbux is a dubious program and it should be avoided. We would recommend to stay away from Tendollarbux and the other sites from their network, don’t waste your time, effort and money on these types of programs. All of them are scams.