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Note: If you came here looking for information on TwoDollarClick.org, which is a different site, you can read our review of TwoDollarClick.org.
TwoDollarClick.com is PTC site from that belongs to a large network of scam sites. As the other sites from this network, TwoDollarClick does not pays its members. You can find many complaints all over the web from members of TwoDollarClick about non-payments. All of them never got paid. That’s what scam sites do – they don’t pay members.
Reasons why you should avoid using TwoDollarClick.com:
Scam Owner – The owner of this site also owns other non-paying scam sites. Some of those sites are: bigmoneyptc.com, ptcwallet.com, ptcbiz.com, sixdollarclick.com, tendollarclick.com, fineptc.com, ptcsense.com, buxinc.com, neodollar.com, richptc.com, grandptc.com.
Deceiving – This kind of PTC sites are very attractive for newbies because they offer $2 per click. 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 $1 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 TwoDollarClick where you will be able to request payment when your account balance reaches $1000, but your request will never be processed. Payment waiting time is 60 business days. You cashed out and you will have to wait. You will wait until you realize that they will not pay you. They have set the waiting time to 60 business days, because if you buy paid membership, you will never get your money back if you realize too late that you won’t get paid. Due to the reason that disputes must be filed within 45 days of the completed payment transaction.
Fake Click Rates; Unsustainable – Lets be reasonable, no one legit will pay you $2 per each click, on guaranteed number of ads on daily basis. The main revenue for a PTC site should come from selling advertisements. TwoDollarClick sells 1000 link ad hits for $5. That will cover only half a cent from the amount of $2 per single click. The advertising revenue that TwoDollarClick generates can not support click rates as high as those. Ask yourself who will pay you the remaining $1.995 for your click on one ad? How TwoDollarClick will generate the rest of the money to pay members? Who will pay for the referral clicks? Obviously, no one.
Fake Payment Proofs – Twodollarclick have Payment Proof section on their website, so people would think the site might be legitimate. Don’t be fooled by the payment proofs which you can see at their site. Most of those payment proofs, if not all, are fake payment proofs. It is just a list of usernames and numbers. Why you can’t find a single reliable payment proof/screenshot? Because such proofs don’t exist. Some users reported that they have seen their name in that list, although at that time they had only few dollars in their account and never requested payment. Obviously, those are fake payment proofs.
No Forum – TwoDollarClick does not have forum. In our opinion, a PTC site should have a forum. Most reliable PTC sites out there have forums, where members can ask for support, advice, share their success stories or post a doubt, post payment proofs etc. Usually, scam sites does not have forums. If there was a forum, it would be full of complaints and spam. This way, without forum, the owner can hide the negative feedback on his site, and newly registered members may miss the true story about his site.
Complaints and Negative Feedback – There are lot of complaints all over the internet about TwoDollarClick. On the links below are listed some places over the web where you can read others opinions about TwoDollarClick:
TwoDollarClick is an absolute scam PTC. It is quite naive to believe that you will get paid from a site that is offering $2 per each click. You should stay away from TwoDollarClick. Do not try it, unless clicking ads for nothing in return seems fun to you. TwoDollarClick is a well known scam and it should be avoided.