Is the Website www.twodollarclick.com Legitimate or a Scam

Is the Website www.twodollarclick.com Legitimate or a Scam

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The website "www.twodollarclick.com" currently is very suspicious, and I do not recommend that it be trusted. The first thing I found strange about this website is that it is registered for one year at a time. Legitimate and reputable websites will always register their domain names for at least 3 years and provide security to protect their users’ sensitive information.

The Website www.twodollarclick.com

The Website www.twodollarclick.com

Domain Registration Information for www. twodollarclick.com

Domain Name: twodollarclick.com
Creation Date: 19-nov-2010
Updated Date: 20-nov-2013
Expiration Date: 19-nov-2014

Scammers or persons who are not confident in their businesses, usually register their website domain names for one year, which is the minimum registration period; because they know that sooner or later their fake websites will be discovered and taken down or their businesses will fail.

Also, legitimate websites use a secure connection called SSL to protect sensitive information like your username, email, password and other information that are sent from your computer to their websites. But, this website currently doesn’t have this type of security or protection installed.

A web page that is secured, website address starts with “https://” instead of the unsecured default “http://”.

Also, we have received hundreds of complaints from persons who have claimed that they are not able to cash-out. 

Here are some complaints we have received from persons who have used the website www.twodollarclick.com:

  • SCAM. Do not waste your time with these people. All you will do is earn them money by visiting other company website, they get paid to do that, you will get nothing. PERIOD.

  • no one will pay you 2$ to see their stupid ads. so the site is a scam from start.

  • I signed up for this company as an experiment to see if it would work. After submitting views to 500 websites as required, they did not pay out. I had paid $19.95 x 2 = $39.90 for the opportunity.

    I sent a complaint to Paypal asking for my $39.90 back. I have not heard from the complaint as of

    today. The amount of money that I would have earned if it had been legitimate was $1000. The website has a disclaimer in the contract saying that they are not responsible for lost opportunities due to not being paid.in my opinion, (I am not an attorney), but such a requirement is fraudulent given that they never intended to pay in the first place. Anyone reading this feel free to criticize my legal statement, as I am not an attorney.

So, based on the information collected for this website, we do not recommend registering or signing up with it. If you have any information about this website, please post it in the comment below. You may also want to view the comments (if there are any) made by other users below.

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  • April 1, 2014 at 6:29 AM by an anonymous user from Kingston, Jamaica

    Here are other fake websites:




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