- Report: #968162
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Complaint Review: Just Been Paid/ProfitClicking
Just Been Paid/ProfitClickingInternet United States of America
Just Been Paid/ProfitClicking Profit Clicking One of the biggest scam jobs on the net Internet
*Author of original report: Amusing
*Consumer Comment: ProfitClicking is business
*Author of original report: Blind
*Author of original report: Legal
*General Comment: Profitclicking is out and out scam scam scam
*Consumer Comment: Profit Clicking is direct sales
*Consumer Comment: Profit Clicking NOT a scam
*Consumer Comment: ProfitClicking is not a scam
The supposed owner, Frederick Mann, who no one has ever seen, has taken every precaution to not being found anywhere on the map. They say he's retired, but the address for the "new owners" of PC who it to be owned by the same individual. (whomever he or they are).
I joined a couple of years ago when they first started out and knew that it would be a simple, flash in the pan, type of gimmick, but that it might be fun for Christmas. However, as it grew I began feeling uneasy about the shady dealings. A cult-like mentality toward this "Mr Mann" character who no one even knew, and also a comaradarie among greedy members that is only seen typical of cults made me stop to think twice. So, I got out all of my money and sat back and listened to the conference calls, and watched as things began to slow. At this point (about a year ago) I knew the "bait and switch" would have to come. There were far too many members for Mann and Pearson to risk not being stalked down and lynched. Also, some of the people involved, such as Carl Pearson, would be easy to find. No, it was time for the baiting of more money so they could switch tactics and seem to not be letting people down and at the same time seemingly disappear. In August of this year, that is exactly what they did. Without approval from any of the investors (and yes, let's call a spade a spade, that's what they are), and without any prior notice whatsoever; they became Profit Clicking.
Or did they? After 3 months, the site is still begging for more money and more people to refer to them and yet it is not even paying out daily as it says it is. Simply put, they don't have money to payout and that's why the urgency for referrals. And who is this new "Doc" guy? Where is he? How would one go about taking the million dollar challenge? (and boy would I love to). But it's all under wraps. You'll never find anyone to make that bet with.
This is going to be one big disaster and incredibly sad for those who have too much invested. After working in Live Chat for some time, I realized that none of the support desk people even knew for sure what was going to happen, and they encourage each other to lie and use "pre-mades" to tell people what they want to hear to get rid of them.
This is going to beat out 12 Daily Pro and some of the other now infamous businesses as one huge disaster. If you have money in PC, take it out as soon as you can (even though they are not really paying out..still try) and then run like hell. Don't look back, don't play a part in this; and do not take the patent seriously. It doesn't have the name of Profit Clicking on it, and they're counting on you to not notice. And as far as the Alexa ranking, there are 70,000,000,000 sites that can say the same.
Run. Don't walk.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/12/2012 02:08 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Just-Been-PaidProfitClicking/internet/Just-Been-PaidProfitClicking-Profit-Clicking-One-of-the-biggest-scam-jobs-on-the-net-Int-968162. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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