Name: Two Dollar Click.
Cost: Free to start. Gold membership: $119.70/6 months. Ultimate membership: $239.70/6 months. Plus $100s (maybe $1,000s) if you plan on buying advertising & referrals.
My Score: 0/10.
Verdict: It’s a SCAM to be avoided at all costs because it makes unrealistic income claims, lies about pretty much everything, and members don’t get paid a single cent. Period.
Don’t waste your time and effort.
But before jumping into this review…
What’s ‘Two Dollar Click’ All About?
In a nutshell, ‘Two Dollar Click’ (TDC) is simply a “Get Paid To Click” program that works the same way as any other cash reward site – You make money from doing easy tasks.
Except, this one’s different because it makes an unrealistic promise of paying you between $1 and $2 for every short ad you view.
In fact, the program boldly claims “you’ll earn UNBELIEVABLE profits“.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve never ever come across a single ‘GPTC’ program that pays members “dollars” per click because I’m pretty sure they would go out of business fairly quick.
With legitimate reward sites, you only get “cents” in your pocket from every ad click, since the owners are also tight.
So right off the bat, it’s clear that ‘TDC’ is a deceptive program to avoid like the plague.
Who is ‘TDC’ Aimed at?
It targets two groups of people.
First group – referred to as “click monkeys”, are the folks who have got a lot of free time to kill and wanna turn it into some pocket change by clicking on ads.
Second group – affiliates and mostly peeps in the MLM industry who wanna pay to promote their offers to the click monkeys, in the hope of making some real cash.
But the program is a waste of time for BOTH parties.
How Does This ‘TDC’ Thing Work?
So now you know about the 2 types of people who join the program, let’s look at how the money works and how each group can “supposedly” benefit from the platform.
#1 – Click Monkeys
They get paid $1 for each 15-second ad and $2 for every 30 – 45-second ad they view. AWESOME, right?
Unfortunately, there are a few things wrong with this (aka scam warning signs).
#1: The ads are extremely limited to just 12. You are forced to upgrade if you wanna make more money.
This is VERY fishy because it’s clearly a manipulation tactic for the scammers to grab hold of your cash.
#2: The cash out threshold bar is set so high, that it will take literally MONTHS (if not 1 full year) to reach!
And when I say a high payment threshold, I mean $1,000!!! YUP, $1K!!!
But also, it’s a tactic designed to keep you surfing ad-after-ad, so the fraudsters can profit from both your premium membership fees also advertiser investments for longer.
In my opinion, no minimum payment threshold should ever be that big with any ‘GPT’ program.
#3: There are numerous complaints on forums from members who have reached the $1,000 threshold, but have NOT been paid a SINGLE PENNY for the amount of time and effort invested!
Here’s an example of an unhappy member from way back in 2014, who reached $1,200 and didn’t receive a dime. It also goes to show just how long ‘TDC’ has been scamming folks on the web.
However, what really amuses me about ‘TDC’ is the fact that it LIES about how much it’s paid out to its members and also the payments some members have received.
Almost $14,000,000 has been paid out to date!
Some folks have been paid THOUSANDS of dollars too!
Hmm… considering there’s a load of scam complaints and also no real hard evidence of anyone ever getting paid, makes the “statistics” and “proof of payments” total BS!
Wouldn’t you agree?
If you’re sick and tired of coming across fraudulent money-making programs like ‘TDC’ and you wanna learn how to earn a real income on the web with something completely LEGIT…
#2 Affiliate Marketers/MLMers (Advertisers)
If you already have an affiliate product or MLM opportunity that you wanna promote to members of ‘TDC’, you only have a couple of advertising options available.
- Link Ad Hits – $5 to $125 for 1,000 to 25,000 visitors
- Banner Ad Views – $2.50 to $100 for 25,000 to 100,000 visitors
But the chances are, nobody will buy into your promotions because the “click monkeys” only intend to get paid for clicking on your stuff.
Unfortunately, that’s how it goes with these ‘GPT’ programs – there’s very little to no profit to be made by advertisers because the traffic is crap quality.
Any Contact Options Available For Support?
YEP, you can submit a message via their contact form. But whether you’ll get a legitimate response is another story. So don’t hold your breath.
However, I also noticed that there’s no founder/company “about” page, no address, no telephone number or even an email address.
It seems whoever created the program doesn’t wanna be tracked down. They are well and truly under the radar.
Hmm… I wonder why?!?!
PROS vs CONS of ‘TDC’
- It’s the perfect example of what kinda income opportunity NOT to join
- It’s an extremely deceptive platform
- You will waste time & money as a clicker & advertiser
- The premium membership fees are costly
- There are no contact details & also no founder/company info
- The member payment proofs are fake
- Ad numbers are limited until you upgrade
- You won’t make a single cent
- There are a number of scam complaints & negative reviews
My Final Conclusion…
When you start connecting the dots, you can clearly see that ‘Two Dollar Click’ is nothing but a rotten “Get Paid To Click” scam.
Whether you choose to become a free or premium member, or even an advertiser, you’ll be wasting both your time and money on something that’s never gonna pay out and make you profitable.
With false payment claims, a super high minimum $1K threshold, limited ads that force you to upgrade, and especially no information on the company, whatsoever – ‘TDC’ is a JOKE!
Whoever created the fraudulent program is probably sunbathing on a tropical beach somewhere while people like you are being sucked into the hoax and exploited.
If you’re sick of these scams and you’re looking for a truly LEGIT way of earning an income on the internet…
Your Friend, Neil 😀
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