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What is Neobux Scam?




Neobux is NOT king of the PTC for a good reason, but rather a big scam, in a subtle way, and you will never know, until you have some cash, which they do not want to pay, they will just lock you out, and you will never hear from them NEVER again. They sit on the money, and they have done it to countless people. They will do it for you, so DO NOT USE NEOBUX EITHER TO ADVERTISE OR EVEN REGISTER TO VIEW THEIR ADS AT ALL. THEY ARE A BIG TIME CHEAT. 

Neobux – king of PPC SCAM

Neobux modern day slavery.

When you enrol with them, they will give you hundreds of ads to view to attract you. On top of that, they will give their so called ADPRIZE, which is four ads to one that you have clicked. Imagine the number of ads you will view in a day, this can last you up to five to six hours. All you get is a dollar.  In deed you just waste your time, signing up with Neobux, IT IS NOT WORTH IT. All this, would not have been bad, if they have not set out to cheat you out of the little money you make in viewing their ads.

Rented Referrals, Neobux greedy machine.

Renting Referrals is where Neobux ensure the money they said you make, is recycled back to them. They encouraged you to rent referrals. DO NOT RENT ANY REFERRALS, OR EVEN ENROL WITH NEOBUX.  You are only to going to lose money at the end. This is because the greed of Neobux wants you to recycle the so called referrals, put them on auto pay, and auto recycle. Before you know it, all the little money you make for your six hours a day on viewing ads will soon vanish.

And when you adjust, and do not want referrals again, they wait until you have substantial amount, and will block you out, claiming on reason or the other and since they do not want to pay any way.

Neobux Forum – A Grand Deceit

Do not be deceived by reading members forum of making thousands of pounds, and having thousands of rented referrals in the process. This is NEOBUX grand deceit to encourage you to register. They are all orchestrated, people they paid to set these up. That is the reason that these claims cannot be substantiated. You never see any proof of payment. You CAN NEVER MAKE MONEY WITH NEOBUX, BECAUSE THEY WILL RIP YOU OFF IN THE END. 

Do not use Neobux for your ads

Internet marketers should not use Neobux for your website ads, or for your products launching. The first reason is because Neobux uses robots to view your ads, and your ads will never convert. This is another greed exhibited by owners of Neobux.

The second reason is that Neobux never display your URL, this means you never get any follow up, and of course, they know the reason why your URL is not shown, they are viewed by robots.

Neobux days are numbered.

The greed of Neobux will certainly drive it into oblivion, having cheated so many struggling individuals trying to make end meet, and spending hours viewing their ads, sure this sort of greed will not survive for too long. Nemesis will catch up on them, this is a natural law, they will soon be caught up.

ClixSense, a better option than Neobux

If you are interested in PTC, its better to register with an honest and reliable one, who will not cheat you out of your pennies, and will pay you on time. In deed you will earn more with ClixSense, especially with surveys, tasks and offers, considering the fact that you you will spend about a tenth of the time you spend Neobux on ClixSense, and earn even more. Register with ClixSense here.

ClixSense displays URL of its advertisers.

ClixSense will display your URL, so ads you put on ClixSense will convert, and are seen by real people, and therefore real conversion.

Neobux King of PPC Scam

This is real,  stay clear of Neobux, you will waste your time, and loose your money at the end of the day. Do not make this mistake, be grateful that you have been warned. Neobux is a big scam in the PPC industry, STAY CLEAR.


Credit card scam


With Black Friday and Cyber Monday out of the way, the biggest next shopping spree is obviously for Christmas where most people use their credit cards for purchases.

£10 million lost to Cyber criminals in 2015

A popular newspaper reported that more than £10 million was lost to cyber criminals last year. This year, they are also actively engaged to get cash out of your cards, so it is essential to take some precautions mentioned here.

Beware of credit card scam

Public WiFi

Use your cards only on secured servers. This means avoid free and public WiFi connections for your online shopping. This is because scammers have a way to steal your card details if you are on public WiFi because they are easily accessible by anyone.

Look for the padlock sign representing secured servers on the website you want to use your card on.

Fake or cloning websites

Cyber criminals sometimes hoist websites that will have a look and feel of the originals, and you will think you are dealing with the right website. For example a popular shopping website can be cloned as 

You will have to be vigilant to ensure you are not giving your card details to those clones.

Beware also of pop ups that say BUY NOW – THIS OFFER IS FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY,  and then you see a clock ticking away. The scammers know you are online, and therefore offer you a ‘too good to be true offer’. Do not be fooled, because if its too good to be true, its probably is.

Unemployment across the globe has drastically increase the activities of cyber criminals. Avoid completing some online surveys, especially those that promise substantial freebies. They can be targets for cyber criminals to get your important details.


Selling online? – protect yourself from scams

Selling online has become one of the many ways individuals now make full time income. However the risk of being scammed is very high especially if you sell directly on platforms like eBay, Craiglist and Gumtree.

One reason is that most of these buyers out there specify payment by PayPal, and you will think, WHY NOT? because PayPal goes straight into your Bank account, and that does not pose any big threat. Also because PayPal is owned by eBay, it gives you a further discount if you pay by PayPal.

The problem is that it is easier to dispute a payment via PayPal, and PayPal will always give first consideration to the payee, making you the seller loose out in most disputes. It works like this: you list your product, say a laptop on eBay for sale, and a buyer will contact you to say because of the weight, he will be prepared to collect at a designated place. Meanwhile he will pay you the amount via PayPal. The authorisation is then made. You check your account, and pronto the money is there. After collecting the item, the person who owns the account that the payment came from will now dispute the sale, (remember payment via PayPal can come from a hacked account). PayPal then deduct the amount from your account, and that HOW you are being scammed.


So what can you do to prevent this type of scam? The best way is to courier all you sales by recorded delivery. You might be this might be a bit expensive, but it is better  to be safe than sorry. If you have a proof of posting like this, you will always be paid for all your online sales.

Watch your back

Scams are all over the internet these days, and it will be silly to think that it is specific to a type of payment, indeed it is all over in e-mails, social media sites, credit/debit cards payments, bank transfers and so on and so forth. Read the full report here in ScamWatch.