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Profit Clicking Review

By on February 28, 2013 in High Yield Investment Programmes with 0 Comments

Thank you for checking out our Profit Clicking Review.  If you are considering investing in this High Yield Investment Programme (HYIP) then please read this review to the end.

This article is one of a series of articles that we have produced following a number of emails from our readers.

Profit Clicking

Profit Clicking is a High Yield Investment Programme that uses website traffic and advertising as a mechanism to pay investors.  The returns on investors Ad purchases and subsequent sales yield a 2% or 3% (Premium) daily return which is very good.  Members can also earn greater returns by recommending new members to join Profit Clicking (Referrals).

Profit Clicking’s website is very well designed with lots of information on the opportunity, there are helpful pages like How it Works, FAQ and Testimonials.  Signing up to Profit Clicking appears to be very simple.  Just click on any of the Join links, complete the simple form and you’re a member.  They have packages ranging from $10 to $1000 but I’m sure you can make larger investments if you wish to.

Due Diligence

If you are actually thinking of investing in Profit Clicking then it important that you conduct your own due diligence.  It is important to know that I am not associated with Profit Clicking nor am I a member or affiliate.   When doing your due diligence perform as many background checks as you can.

Here are the results of a WhoIs search that I performed on their domain: http://whois.domaintools.com/profitclicking.com

Is Profit Clicking a Ponzi Scheme?

More often than not you will find that under all the layers most High Yield Investment Programmes are sophisticated Ponzi schemes which are design to make the investor invest as much as possible and then to retain that investment for as long as possible before paying out.  The later is normally achieved through a number of complicated tasks that the investor is required to complete or an overly complicated or delayed withdrawal system.

What is a Ponzi scheme and is it illegal?

A Ponzi scheme is a sophisticated fraud or scam that uses new investors investments to pay old investors returns.  Ponzi schemes are illegal, they are a scam and an unsustainable investment.  When the flow of new investors slows or is insufficient to cover old investors returns the whole scheme collapses like a house-of-cards.

My No.1 Recommendation

I have reviewed hundreds of systems and products that help people make money online over the last 5 years and there is only one system I recommend.  If you are truly serious about succeeding online then I recommend that you click this link and sign up for the FREE video that takes you on the inside and tells you everything about the system that generates a substantial residual income for me and made over 7 figures in 2012 paying out millions to its members.

Update

We have been advised by our readers that Profit Clicking is currently not paying out to Members which is extremely alarming to hear.  This would suggest that Profit Clicking may be a Ponzi scheme and is showing signs that it is getting into trouble.

Important Update

It is not often that we do this but given the amount of feedback that we are getting from our readers we are declaring Profit Clicking a scam and are recommending that you avoid this programme.

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