ClickSure Affiliate Network Review – Scam Alert

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by Pawel Reszka

Lately there is a lot of buzz around a new affiliate network called Clicksure. I think my review is going to be short because Clicksure right now is nothing else than Clickbank’s trashcan. Basically, all the bad products that violate FTC rules on Clickbank end up being listed on Clicksure :)

If you are following the IM space in the “make money” niche then you probably already know about Clicksure and what kind of products they sell. All the latest “get rich quick” scams are flocking to their network because it’s  the only network that will take them in.

You see, when Clickbank started cleaning up their marketplace couple of years ago and kicking out all the vendors who were flat out lying and using false claims in their sales letters, Clicksure was formed. It was created to get around the laws here in US to keep selling bogus products that never deliver on their promise.

The claims are simply ridiculous. For example, the latest product that launched on Clicksure called “Free Commissions” stated that you can make money online with zero work…without even lifting a finger! (Read this free commissions review by Eric Holmlund)

This stuff really makes me mad to be honest with you. Anyway, Clicksure is not located in the US and there is a reason for that. They want to keep themselves out of trouble with the FTC because they know that they would get shut down over here.

I went to their “About Us” page and it seems like their payment processor is located in China and they have another location in Mauritius, which is a small island near Madagascar.  That pretty much says it all.

I have a feeling that some of the guys selling these get rich quick scams are behind Clicksure, so I wouldn’t trust them with my credit card number. Do not buy anything from them – is my advice to you.

ClickSure Scam

I am going to go as far as calling them a scam and not just the vendors that use them. Why do you think they are located in China?

From what I hear they already have problems processing their payments. I’ve heard that whenever someone uses their credit card through Clicksure their bank or credit card company usually calls a few minutes later to verify that the card used was not stolen. I am guessing Clicksure is getting a lot of complaints (good thing) so US companies are starting to blacklist them already.

Their Refund Policy

On their website they state that you have 60 days to request a refund in case you are not satisfied, but it seems like they don’t like giving people refunds.

Just by doing a quick search on Google you can find a lot of complaints against them. Clickbank also offers a 60 day money back guarantee and they always honor it, but Clicksure is just a rip off.

Affiliate Payment

Some affiliates have problems with getting their payments from Clicksure. I did some research on it and it seems like it’s due to their high refund rate.

If you are promoting their products you should expect at least 40% refund rate which is HUGE! And if you are below $250 payment threshold you won’t get paid. So basically you will need to earn at least $400-$500 in commissions before you see any money from them.

Clicksure Products

Their marketplace is littered with bogus products that would never get accepted over at Clickbank. Just by logging in to the affiliate account I created for this review I could see exactly what kind of products sell the most over there.

Check it out:

Pretty much majority of their products are nothing else than get rich quick schemes. What really pisses me off is that they call it affiliate marketing. They even have a category for “data entry” scams ….geez.

Stay Away From Them

I strongly urge you to stay away from Clicksure and not promote their products as an affiliate. The claims made by the vendors on their network are not just ridiculous but also illegal here in the US.

If it’s sold on Clicksure do not buy it no matter what it is. You will save yourself a lot of time and money if you don’t fall for their scams. There are no products currently on there that are worth anything. After browsing around their marketplace I only found garbage that got kicked out from Clickbank long time ago.

It’s a shady affiliate network that you should not get associated with. I don’t like the fact that they are not located in the US and that you can’t really find out who is running it.

I suspect that the guys selling these fake products are behind Clicksure to tell you the truth. Do you really want them to have your email address and your credit card number?

Think about it.



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{ 108 comments… read them below or add one }

Terr

Great post! As it is, I’m a little nervous about promoting Clickbank products, because of the low-quality products they began to be known for.

Thanks for looking out for us. I’d never want to put my good name on the line affiliating with this group!

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Cindy

I got ripped off by clicksure, gvo and 12minutepayday. They are still going in my account and taking out money

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Robert

I had some dealings with Clicksure about eight months ago and you’re right, 99.9% of that stuff is straight garbage. I ended up buying four or five various products from them and returned all but one. Back then, they really didn’t have their itsh together, you’d make a purchase and wouldn’t get access for 2 or 3 days, thanks for the post

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Marian

And the sad thing is that some of the “gurus” are promoting the stuff from ClickSure… so I guess that’s a “sure” thing to get unsubscribed from them ;)

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Robert

Awesome post :) I think as an affiliate marketer, you need to be honest with readers. Although the commission is high, sometimes we get 100% in commission, don’t sell our souls. I promised to promote only high quality products, so I choose to stay out of Clicksure :)

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Riaan

Hi Robert, I read some of these posts to see if clicksure is a scam or not, because I am new in the internet marketing field, then I read your post and saw that you say you are a affiliate marketer, and I read alot about affiliate marketing. Is it true that some people are making alot of money with this because I want to learn more about it and maybe try it?
Thanks,
Riaan

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Pawel Reszka

Riaan, you can make a lot as an affiliate. I suggest you to read some of my posts on this blog to get a better idea of how things work and how to get started. Shoot me an email if you get lost, but don’t fall for scams like the ones described in this post.

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Riaan

Thanks for replying Pawel, I will do so and try it, because at the moment I work with machines but I’ve got a passion for working online and hope to change my profession and make money aswell. Thanks again.

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lionl arrington

Hi Robert I’m lookin to get into affiliate marketing.I read your post and I’m interested into how and where you start .

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Alvin

Clicksure product are kind of easy to get sale, I already closed 10 sales that earn about $280, got 2 refunds. Still have not get their money because of threshold. Hope I can get my money.

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Pawel Reszka

Easy to sell because they promise impossible things.

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Cheryl

Hi Pawel,

I have a video that a got in my inbox re CLICKSURE i want you to look at it and tell me what you think. please reply as soon as you can.

Thanks

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cdud

Alvin,

I started using clicksure roughly 3 weeks ago and still have no sales. I first started posting my links on craigslist using multiple emails and would get like 2-8 clicks a day. I then went to buywebtraffic.com and bought a package to drive 5000 users to my link. The clicks went up to about 80 clicks a day for a few days but still no sales! I wanted to ask you since you have made sales on this, how did you start the process, and what am I missing here? I am very frusterated and tired of looking for an answer as to how does this work? Can you email me details to explain how does this site actually get you a sale?

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Rogerson

Revenge of the Nerds.

The Australian branch of the FBI just arrested a young Australian for breaking into the CIA database although apparently he did no harm.

However, he probably had an opportunity if not the intention, to disrupt their operations or steal classified information.

If, as you claim the ClickSure servers are in China it begs the question, has the FBI identified these criminals and if so, why have they not yet closed them down?

If Clicksure fails to meet it’s refund obligations within 60 days for whatever reason it is a fraud.

Don’t let ClickSure steal your money with “Nothing Here, Move Along…”

Fraud should be treated like a notifiable disease, it needs to be reported and the perpetrators exposed to the public. It is not enough to simply refer to it as a scam.

I urge you to report here in Affhelper, any failure or even obverscation on the part of ClickSure relating to your refunds.

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mike

Fell for it NERD

Have been trying to get a refund from ClickSure since March 25th. They keep saying its been processed and to contact my bank to trace it. My bank cannot trace something that has not happened. Why dont ClickSure trace it?
My next step is to contact the Chinese Chamber of Commerce who have helped me in the past with Chinese companies who seem to have no customer care attitude.
I would say to anybody out there to not have anything to do with products from Chine through the internet. Its a minefield of corruption and scams and nobody seems to be doing anything about it.

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Joey

@Mike
Hello, if you used your Visa Card then you can just file a dispute, Visa has a “0″ (zero) liability on any purchase, Your reason is “Clicksure has not lived up to it’s refund policy.” Visa will put a chargeback on them and refund your money, Visa will probably go ahead and put the funds on your account instead of making you wait the 4-6 weeks it takes to process the chargeback.

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aussie idiot

Hey Rogerson,

There is no such thing as an “Australian Branch of the FBI”. You are an uneducated clown!!!

Cheers
Aussie Idiot

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Pam

I am looking for a way to supplement our income…we are approaching retirement and it is my desire to save a little and have something to do past retirement. I found this article about Clicksure and now feel like this is the wrong solution. It is still within the 60 day period and I do not understand the process yet. Any suggestions?

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Ben

Hey,

ClickSure is not actually based in China… We focus on international processing solutions from our head office in China and through key partnerships in Mauritius, the United States and United Kingdom. ClickSure is actually registered in Mauritius and the main support team for ClickSure are based in offices in the UK.

For those who are asking, ClickSure does operate a 60 Days Money Back Guarantee policy on all products sold through the network. If you have been informed that you cannot have a refund during this period, this is not the case and I will be more than happy to assist you with your request.

Any refund requests for products sold on ClickSure need to be sent to the Billing department and the email for them is billing@clicksuresupport.com

As long as you request a return within 60 days of making your purchase, you are entitled to a refund.

If you have any other questions feel free to ask me on here and I will be happy to help.

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Pawel Reszka

I have a question. If Clicksure is legit then why do you approve products that clearly violate FTC guidelines and wouldn’t get approved on any other network that is based out of US?

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Ben M

Hi Pawel,

I answered your question in a post yesterday but the comment is yet to be approved and has disappeared.

Can you look into this please?

Thanks,
Ben

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Sonny

I have been scammed by Clicksure. If anyone have Clicksure UK details please let me have it. I would make sure they are closed down.

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Victim from ClickSure

” My personal financial Information was SOLD by the CLICKSURE few hours after they have my information… This Is Not The First Time I Got Scam By ClickSure with the most recent purchased Auto Income Generator, Please read my HORROR STORY, the NIGHTMARE will follow you if you buy ANY CLICKSURE PRODUCTS ” :
From ” AutoIncomeGenerator ” (AUTO INCOME GENERATOR ) website and made ” Fraudulent promised the whole world of BREAK THOUGHT Technology from the DEEP WEB… that inspired the vendors invention to the software, so they continue to promised with 3 real people testimonial, Just plug in the Auto Income Generator will generate thousands of dollars and because the TECHNOLOGY the vendor is asking for $76 per monthly fee” !
After you click on the purchase button, Clicksure credit card pop up, took all your PERSONAL INFORMATION, including your HOME ADDRESS, Cell Phone # and click on the purchase button. Agreed to pay the such software program as $76 per month… (really is not cheap)
But most ridiculous part is, after you gave them all the FINANCIAL info for the ” monthly charges” , The OTO pop up and ask you for addition $97 TO BUY THE OTHER ” TRAFFIC ” SOFTWARE for addition $97 and say this ” IF YOU DON’T BUY THE TRAFFIC SOFTWARE THE AUTO INCOME GENERATOR program will NOT WORK! the contradicting sales pitch… OMG…
I blamed myself to believed them the first time but was TOO LATE! WHEN YOU CLICK ON THE CLICKSURE Button EVERYTHING IS TOO LATE!
I than click on “No thanks, take me to the products page..” this ClickSure website is design to suck your CREDIT CARD INFO & YOUR PERSONAL INFO… please be very careful… When i trying to get my REFUND FROM CLICKSURE your email address and their Purchase ID all of sudden Can’t Reganised your purchased… but when you check you bank account, they sure took the money from me… ClickSure gave me a Bogas ID , but no matter how i am trying to contact them, their website TOOK MY MONEY BUT CANN’T REFUND MY MONEY.
What happen is if you filed your refund request this first time, ClieckSure website will take your filing… and tell your ” It will take 7 days to follow through any refund” you than come back to see the answer? BOOM,, ” We CAN’T NOT FIND YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS MATCH ….” haha … what can you do?After they rip you off… they sale your personal info.. and they BLOCK YOUR COMPLAIN.. HWY ROBBERY!
i hope everybody can learn from my HORROR experiences with the ClickSure!

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Georgette

hi look I am fresh out of the box with being an affiliate here, and I was wondering why does clicksure make the affiliate pay the refunds when its their bad products.. this may be a stupid question, but I thought being an affiliate makes you nothing more then an advertiser?

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Ben M

Hi,

I have only just seen your comments above so I will try to help where I can. :-)

“I have a question. If Clicksure is legit then why do you approve products that clearly violate FTC guidelines and wouldn’t get approved on any other network that is based out of US?”

Looking at the products available to purchase through ClickSure, I see very little difference to those that are available on ClickBank, JVZoo, SWReg and Warrior Forum. You will find that most of the latest product launches haven’t actually been processing on ClickSure and have been using SWReg (Digital River) to process seller payments.

The reason the latest offers around may still show in the ClickSure Marketplace for affiliates to promote, is because we also run an advertising network, which sellers using other platforms can utilize to connect with ClickSure Affiliates. Bearing in mind we have over 100,000 Affiliates at ClickSure, you can see why most product owners wish to take full advantage of this.

ClickSure like all other networks has a compliance process for new offers submitted to the network. If we see a product that does not meet the compliance criteria, then they are refused permission to use ClickSure to process payments for them. ClickSure also abides by the VISA and Mastercard regulations just like any other business and if we receive too many complaints for a particular Seller, we remove the product from the network straight away.

ClickSure also offers a 60 days money back guarantee which in my opinion is one of the best out there for the consumer. You can submit a refund request by email (billing@clicksuresupport.com), telephone or live chat. No other network gives you this many ways of requesting a refund.

I think a key thing to remember as well is that ClickSure does NOT own the products for sale on the network. The products are owned by individuals worldwide who wish to use ClickSure as an all in one solution to process payments for their offers. So ultimately it is the Seller’s responsibility to abide by the rules and laws of where they reside.

Any complaints received by ClickSure regarding any Sellers that use the network for processing are taken very seriously and thoroughly investigated. If you need to report an issue with a seller on the network then I welcome you to email our team at support@clicksuresupport.com

“I have been scammed by Clicksure. If anyone have Clicksure UK details please let me have it. I would make sure they are closed down.”

Hey Sonny, I’m sorry but I don’t quite understand how ClickSure has scammed you… as I mentioned above ClickSure is simply a company that processes payments for Sellers and ClickSure does NOT own the products for sale on the network.

If you have a complaint about a product you have purchased where ClickSure processed the payment, please email the billing support staff at; billing@clicksuresupport.com

Or I can try to answer any questions on here if you provide further info.

I hope this clears a few things up and like I said on the previous post, just ask if you have any other questions. I won’t bite! :-)

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Mel

Thank you

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Billy Hobbs

I don’t know a lot about clicksure. I can say I sent a request to terminate my account to them and it was done in under 24 hours. The reason I decided not to sell their offerings was because of their new choice of payment processor, Payoneer. Payoneer has a history of hooking up with scam sites such as Bux.to

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anas

With Payoneer now you can get paid directly from Paypal, Amazon, Maxbounty, Peerfly, 99design …. ect

you think all those website are scams ?

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Joy Joseph

I don’t believe in this post…this is practically generalizing some of the Affiliate Site.

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Adrian Becker

Thanks for telling us this, Pawel.
I was intrigued by clicksure Cash Machines Aaron Ward.
I received about 200 emails– 1 month.
Research Ripoff Report, FBI, Better Bussiness Bureau.
Confident that he would have money to support smoothly.
But sorry I wasted my time, you know I have no job, I feel totally lost someone not to do.
Everything I do goes wrong.
I’m in Mexico, a country where it is difficult to find well- paying job.
My hope was the United States because it is a country that offers opportunities to all.
Can you recommend some safe place to work home, with reasonable salary. Thanks and see you soon.

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Steve

I have been requesting a refund from Click Sure now for a period of 4 weeks for 2 x falsely advertised products they were selling.
They are impossible to deal with and do nothing but lie.
Every time I receive the response “please wait 3-7 days as your refund has been processed.”
They were apparently unable to supply a transaction receipt for the email.

The operation is without doubt fraudulent.

DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM THEM!

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Paul

A question for Ben M.

Would you define a scam as when Clicksure says a payment on a card has been refused when in fact it hasn’t?

Clicksure took $47 from my card, stated the card has been refused by my bank when it hadn’t and then completely ignored every attempt to contact them to request either supplying the product I had paid for or a full refund.

I am also not terribly impressed to find it impossible to locate any contact details for Clicksure’s UK office.

I would call taking money and then not supplying the purchased product a scam, wouldn’t you? Or perhaps it’s better described as FRAUD and THEFT.

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Torie

Hi,

Thank you so much for your input regarding Clicksure…. I’m an affiliate marketer on their site but, I find majority of their products are bogus. Fake Car, House and Paid Actor!!!

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teboho

I have just been introduced and registered as an affiliate with Clicksure, is it possible to make money and how does it work for one to make it easier and quickly.Teboho South Africa

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Sue

Thanks for this, I am new to affiliate marketing and I do not know what company to start from. I haven´t a website yet. But I am looking for something but I always check them out first from reviews.

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gideon

I am presently having an issue with ClickSure courtesy one of their Niche of the year “Trafficfortune” it’s over 60 days i’ve been asking for A Refund of $47 If any of their agent is reading here let them prove me wrong. I will post Every document i have.

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Ben M

Hey guys,

Sorry I have not been on here for a while.

If anyone has any further or outstanding questions then hit me up directly on Skype and I will be happy to help you out.

My Skype ID is clicksure-ben

Cheers,
Ben

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Richard

I have have been asking for a refund via clicksure from these cowboys ‘Live Cash Machines’ for over a week but all they do is keep asking me why even though I told them that the cashmachine is a scam. Be warned!

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Lawrence

Clicksure a long with those Gurus who sell a heap of B. S.need to be bought to justice for their fraudulent activity. In most countries fraud is a criminal offence. Clicksure while they are just a processing company are still party to this theft. Of what use is it if you are a Million Dollar Guru and you have to hideaway on a remote island. lol. Scammers or Million Dollar Fraudsters.

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Ben

Hey,

As I put above, if you need any assistance simply send me a message on Skype.

One question to consider, how many scammers do you know who would give direct contact details for you to resolve any issues you have had?

Regards

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Tim

I have been using clicksure pretty much since their first day and I still haven’t had a problem with them. Sure some of the products are bogus, but that’s true for all of these sites. If I am going to review a product, I think the scams are a part of it. I have received every refund I requested in a timely fashion and I get paid for my sales every time they schedule a payment for me.

Clicksure does keep a bit of your sales as a reserve. This is to cushion the blow from a product that may have a high refund rate. After a few months they release the reserve and send you on your merry way.

I don’t like using payoneer, but they didn’t give us a choice for that. I have a payoneer debit card and it works just like my paypal card.

Clicksure isn’t the problem, it’s the scam artists who use clicksure so they can take advantage of a lulling economy and the people who may be a little desperate to make some money to supplement their dwindling bank accounts.

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Namuddu Claire

Enlight me on how to join, which products you give out to sale and how to earn? Thanks.

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Matt

Hello Namuddu,

If you are wanting to register with ClickSure as an affiliate, you can do so by following the URL below;

http://www.clicksure.com/join

Once you have an affiliate account, you will be able to promote any of the products we have on offer in the Marketplace.

I recommend you register an Affiliate account, for free, then you can contact us directly through your account and we will go through everything step by step.

Thanks,
Matt

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otis

I agree with all the comments i’ve been trying to get a refund for (4) products since aug.30 and this morning i was able to reach them finally on the phone.so to any one needing to contact them here is the number i called 1-800-853-3688 good luck.

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Mr Cool

I bought something from Clicksure for $47 and the guy who owned the program said that I wouldn’t need to buy anything else to make it work, but when I got into the members area I was asked to watch 5 videos, before getting to the main videos which asked me to buy 5 other different products.

Right? Now get this; THEN I got a phone call ( I can give out the number if you like?) from someone so I called them up to see what they wanted and he asked me if I was such and such who “they had on file” and I said yes, to see what they had to say to me.

They then said that they will be charging somewhere around $500-$600 to my card, for some kind of hosting which I never ordered and two or three other products that I never ordered. I told him that I NEVER ordered any of that stuff and kept talking over me.

It seems that clicksure (replace the c with a d) have either SOLD my details onto some other scammers, or else it’s clicksure them selves who called me in a rude manner, trying to talk down to me about stuff that I had supposedly ordered and “need to pay”.

I was told to “shut the fuck up” and when I was finally able to talk through, I told him that I would not be paying a PENNY for any of that stuff that I supposedly ordered.
So I got in touch with my credit card company and canceled the card (HA-HA! BITCHES!) and if I am not refunded for the order, I am to give them a quick little call to let them know.

Here’s a message to clicksure:
Don’t try to hassle ME.
I will ALWAYS come out on top, especially against people like you.
I think it’s clear that there is NOTHING YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT.

Enjoy!

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Mr Cool

(You can edit this if you don’t want to publish something you don’t want to, as I used some language that some people don’t want to read)
I bought something from Clicksure for $47 and the guy who owned the program said that I wouldn’t need to buy anything else to make it work, but when I got into the members area I was asked to watch 5 videos, before getting to the main videos which asked me to buy 5 other different products.

Right? Now get this; THEN I got a phone call ( I can give out the number if you like?) from someone so I called them up to see what they wanted and he asked me if I was such and such who “they had on file” and I said yes, to see what they had to say to me.

They then said that they will be charging somewhere around $500-$600 to my card, for some kind of hosting which I never ordered and two or three other products that I never ordered. I told him that I NEVER ordered any of that stuff and kept talking over me.

It seems that clicksure (replace the c with a d) have either SOLD my details onto some other scammers, or else it’s clicksure them selves who called me in a rude manner, trying to talk down to me about stuff that I had supposedly ordered and “need to pay”.

I was told to “shut the fuck up” and when I was finally able to talk through, I told him that I would not be paying a PENNY for any of that stuff that I supposedly ordered.
So I got in touch with my credit card company and canceled the card (HA-HA! BITCHES!) and if I am not refunded for the order, I am to give them a quick little call to let them know.

Here’s a message to clicksure:
Don’t try to hassle ME.
I will ALWAYS come out on top, especially against people like you.
I think it’s clear that there is NOTHING YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT.

Enjoy!

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James

Hi,
I am sorry to hear about your negative experience. Here at ClickSure customer satisfaction is very important and we take customer complaints very seriously. Below I have covered the points which you have brought up.

ClickSure does not sell or pass on any customer information to 3rd parties under any circumstance. I can stress that ClickSure does not own any of the products sold through our online payment network.

Once you have made your purchase the product terms and conditions may have included 3rd party access to your information. This is beyond ClickSure’s control and I advise you to check through the products terms and conditions.

Customer satisfaction is very important here at ClickSure, with your purchase being covered by our ClickSure Consumer Promise making you eligible to request a refund within 60 days. You can do so by following the link below:

https://www.clicksure.com/customer

I apologise again for this inconvenience and if you can provide the Seller’s name I will look into this matter further.

If any other customer needs assistance regarding any issues please contact us via the link below and we will be happy help.

http://www.clicksure.com/support

James
ClickSure Representative

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Kurt Tasche

I’ve never seen anything good come out of Clicksure. That’s not to say that some honest vendor may have a product in their marketplace. But with Clicksure’s bad reputation, I wouldn’t suggest using them to sell products.

And you’re right. Most of the junk that Clickbank kicked out of their marketplace has found it’s way into Clicksure (remember Satellite Direct?)

The sales videos are always “over-hyped” and almost ridiculous. But, I must confess. I like to watch them to try and spot out any inconsistencies.

Thanks for the post. Clicksure is crap!

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Ben

Hello Kurt,

We have hundreds of products in ClickSure, most of which have never been on ClickBank… What facts are you basing your comments on? I would be interested to know. :)

I’m not sticking up for any vendors in particular, but isn’t the whole point of a sales video is to ‘hype’ up your product so it SELLS? All companies around the world do this. Does your burger from McDonalds really look like the one on the advert? Of course not, welcome to the world of marketing!

If you don’t like ClickSure then fair enough, everyone has their preference and it’s not going to be everyones cup of tea.

If you want to know more about ClickSure then I’d be happy to talk to you further about it.

Cheers,
Ben

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Arbaz Khan

I don’t think ClickSure is a scam site.
One reason is that I get paid on time and the second and the most important reason would be that many big internet marketers are choosing it to launch their products and manage the sales and affiliate payments.
This reason is enough to see that they are a legitimate site and not some scam site.
I hope you will update the article with the latest facts and figures.

Just my opinion!
Cheers :)

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Ben

I would also like to point out that this review was made a very long time ago when ClickSure was in it’s infancy. The network has improved massively and ClickSure is now a large well established company.

I too would urge Pawel to review this article again and provide the latest facts.

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Dougg

One thing I dont like is that clicksure doesn’t seem to know where my money went. I made 7 sales this week… 5 for “only 34″ and 2 for “Secret Method” , both are binary options programs.

I had a total of $2350 and in one day it all disappeared. I thought it strange that all of my payment went away. If it were 1 or 2 or even 4 sales, I would be upset but understand. But ALL of them?

I contacted Clicksure and they said the void requests came from the product and I should contact them. When I asked for contact info for these people, I was told basically to go find the info myself.

You would think an upstanding company would have their client’s contact info in hand.

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Ben

Hello Dougg,

Let me look into this further for you to find out what’s going on.
Send an email to Affiliate support at ClickSure and make it for the attention of Ben.
This will then be forwarded over to me and I can check into this for you.

Cheers,
Ben

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Sam

I would like to see dates.

Pawel,

Why do you not include a date.
Surely that is relevant to any post, article, reply isn’t it?

It is almost as it you are not being honest with your article by not including the date or are just trying to hide something.

Thanks,

Sam

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Pawel Reszka

And what would I try to hide?

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Clicksure Victim

Clicksure is still filled with a bunch of Bolony

They should do something about their vendors, I just got robbed by one of the vendors namely “newaffiliatecommisionsystem.net”

Specifically, I made over $1,500 using adknowledge to promote this offer. Guess what? All the 273 actions/sale were made void. Felt robbed, and my advertising money went down the drain.

Please if you can, by all means avoid Clicksure. In short clicksure is a house of thiefs

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Ben

Please contact the affiliate support team and they can look into this for you.
I have also replied to your message on the Warrior Forum. :)

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Clicksure Victim

Hey Ben

Thanks for responding to my Warrior comments
I have sent you a PM with my details. Hopefully this gets fixed.
I have also attached my screenshot for you:
http://www.zimsellit-co-zw.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Clicksure_ripoff.png

Cheers

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Alex G.

Warning to all I’ve been a victim of Clicksure recently. They robbed me of my
commissions amounting more or less $1,100.00. They charged me of CPA fraud
by entering fake email address to obtain commissions. I admitted and explained
to Ben Marshall that I used to enter fake email address not to obtain commissions
but to test the CPA website if it will go through Clicksure checkout page to make sure
that I’ll be credited if I get a sale. But Ben did’nt believed my explanations. I did this
because I discovered lots of CPA products are using separate Checkout page.
This is a clear fraud. Not my acts. CPA owners and Clicksure are in cahoots to
scam both the affiliates and customers. Ben Marshall of Clicksure play good guy
in answering comments in forums. But in reality he is part of the scam. He offers
services to help people but he can do nothing when it comes to money.
BEWARE and AVOID CLICKSURE before you become a victim.

Clicksure Crap full of crapppp.

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Ben

Hey,

I find this report a little funny to be honest, as I have no recollection of EVER speaking with you! If you have a genuine problem with your commissions then you should contact the finance team from within your ClickSure account to get this issue resolved.

However, by your own admission you have admitted to using fake email addresses… therefore you wouldn’t get a commission for these sales as you are effectively committing CPA Fraud and this matter is taken extremely seriously.

ClickSure does not scam affiliates and we never have done. We have over 160,000 active affiliates on the network… and they get paid every week, on time, every time. Maybe if you made some genuine sales you would actually see this for yourself.

Also with CPA, ClickSure cannot guarantee the Advertiser is going to pay you. This is the same with EVERY CPA network online. Something you would know if you are an experienced marketer. This is the ‘risk’ you take when promoting CPA offers. 99% of the advertisers on the network are completely genuine but there is always that risk with the 1% that they may void the sales if they deem them to be fraudulent or for other reasons you may need to clarify directly with the advertiser.

And as for me ‘playing the good guy’ on forums, I actually care about our network and our affiliates. This is why I respond to comments online. Seems to me that you are unhappy about being caught out committing fraud and have decided to slander ClickSure. FYI – This is just a personal observation and not an official view by the network.

If you wish to discuss the matter further then add me on Skype and I am happy to chat with you.

Thanks,
Ben

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Alex G.

Hey,

I added you on Skype but you ignored me you didn’t even answer my message.
How would you say that you are genuinely happy to chat and help out with
anybody else if this is your actuation. You are full of promises but in reality
you are a master of trick and deception. That’s how you cared Clicksure to defend
its bad image at all cost not with the afiliates.

You denied having speaking with me! That’s a whole LIES….And how can I contact
Finance Team they already closed my account without informing me of the issue.
That’s what pissed me off.

As an affiliated it is normal to test every site CPA or Revshare if it will go through
the Clicksure sell processing page by entering fake emails to make sure that he/she
be credited of every sale not to obtain commission. If this a fraud as you figured it
out then this is an honest mistake because this is not intentional.

I hope Clicksure will change its stand the way they treated its affiliates. They
should investigate first if there is really fraud committed. Not to side with
Vendor/Publisher instantly. If an affiliate commited his/her first offense Clicksure
shall “WARN” him first to be fair.

As I said I’m not a scammer, stealer, robber, thief, pilferer etc. I’m a plain affiliate
who work hard to earn a living.

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Alex G.

I apologizes with Clicksure especially to Ben Marshall for
criticizing them. I was wrong of my speculation. Ben is
a MAN. He helps me resolved my account issue and brought
my CS accounts into active status again. All my commissions
are intact.

I appreciated and delighted with the efforts of Ben this will
surely give a BIG leap for Clicksure reputation. His dedication
to resolve issues inside Clicksure earned him respect from customers,
affiliates and vendors. Keep up the good work, mate.

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Clicksure Victim

In regards to the issue I raised regarding my commissions disappearing, here is the response I got from Clicksure. SO COLD!!

“Lauren . – ClickSure Support
19-Dec-2013 (Thu) 13:43
Hi J****,

The voiding of CPA commissions are controlled and processed by the Advertiser (owner of the product) and not ClickSure.

Voids can be processed for a variety of reasons, in some cases it could be if the Advertiser feels the orders were fraudulent and purchased purely in-order to generate an affiliate commission or in other cases because of tracking problems where the Advertiser fired the tracking pixel to ClickSure incorrectly and as a result the order does not match up in their own payment processing account.

Regards,
Lauren”

This is to keep the world of affiliates updated. If this problem gets solved and the Vendor gets FIRED from Clicksure I will let you know!

Peace

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Ben

We’ve just replied to you in the Warrior forum but I can post here too if you wish…

This particular offer has a system in place that tracks the entire journey of the lead. This means that they can see when the customer leaves the page.

It appears that most of your leads simply entered their details then left the page, the Advertiser will have seen these as false leads as they did not carry on and look through the other pages.

Unfortunately this is the risk when promoting CPA/CPL offers as ClickSure does not have any control over if and when the Affiliates are paid.

If you want to guarantee that you are paid for all of your leads then Revshare offers are best, with Revshare you only run the risk of losing the commission due to a refund/chargeback.

99% of Advertisers are genuine and will payout for all of your commissions, however we can not guarantee that all will. This is the risk of using CPA this is the same across all CPA networks.

Kind Regards,
Ben

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Ben

If anyone else has any questions, issues or gripes then please feel free to reach out to me directly. I am genuinely happy to help out where I can.

Cheers,
Ben

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Darian

Hi Ben (or anyone else seeing this post),

I’m sorry, this may sound silly though where I am was not where I was born. I was raised to respect my elders, be honest and tell the truth, raise my hand to speak, and that some people lie though when you are honest they will be too.
I moved to live my life with my fiance, go to college here, and just LIVE. So I decided to try online business since no one else will hire me. but wow there are so many scams and like on this cite no one can just say “yes it works though dodge this” or “no it doesn’t run away”. I have lived here 3 years, held a work job for almost one till I left with the shots of constant bullying behind me. I have ran into 5+ scams that have made me spend the last of my check to now the point of broke.
I no longer have a bank account to support myself or my fiance. I’m almost grateful i’ve not given birth before with how we can’t even support ourselves. I am in the red on my closed account and looking at these bickers constantly going back and forth, its ridiculous. There are lies, curses, and its understandable. People want to live the dream, to control when they do their work/per pay, plain and simple. Its the idea life of push promoting, selling,(sometimes lie to earn money), ect then to let it slow down but continue with small income to live on to still curl up with your family when you miss them.
But that dream seems just that, a dream. People are doing pyramid scams in hopes they get high enough to sit back and watch profit grow. Scam that even if its a dollar, (and promote it isn’t a lie, that their “like those scams”)its one out of a strangers pocket and into yours, and with a lot of people just wanting to earn money and not having a boss breathing down their neck that scammer gets a good deal of money while that stranger is maybe a parent of four and knowing she will be fired soon and with that fear she just wants to support her children. But they don’t know, they don’t seem to care, as long as they get paid.
I’m sorry this post is so long, I didn’t mean for it to be, but it wasn’t to yell or scream or say that this product is false. It was a hope for maybe those who were scammed and cried in the corner get to know I get what’s going on and i feel for them cause i’m in the same boat. If anyone wants they can delete this post, its a post, my honest opinion but just that to, my opinion. Its just showing that, no matter how sad this makes me, to support myself and my fiance, while trying to get out of his parents house who taunts us constantly to get a job (even if they mean well), I will probable now have to go back to my last boss and hopefully beg for the $4.30 paying job cause its a job(I havn’t gone into that building since I left and honestly, I never want to return). I never wanted a make it rich job, or even an upper-class online job that earns you “thousands a day”, I wanted a job that in a year, if lucky I would be able to earn $5000, cause that would be more than what my job payed me upfront the whole time I was there.
If there is something that works for someone else and you are at lest getting paid I hope deep down your happy knowing even if its a little its what you worked for, on your own time and if you have, congrats ^^ And I hope many more years of your technique succeeding.

Tried but still sincerely,
Darian

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Scott

I’m watching the video right now where Corey visits Sally in Redding and now he is talking to Hank. No website needed and the money magically appears in their account. Whaaaaat? Sally made $750 in 1/2 hour and Hank made $1,345. They didn’t do anything. What kind of account is that? Ben… you got some explaining to do.

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Scott

Now I’m at the part where Sally made $4,780 and her son made $3,900 in one day. Too good to be true. Did she even lift a finger. Abra kadabra alah kazoo alah kazam. And he made money without being logged in. Students making millions.LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL Just mail me some money to cover my costs so you can get this for free

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Hotstuff

I don’t know whether Clicksure is a scam. Perhaps it’s true that their products have been refused or booted from Clickbank because of excessive complaints and/or high refund rates and chargebacks. I can’t really say because I’ve never promoted, nor will I ever promote or endorse such products. BUT, in regards to any CPA affiliate program, Newbies should be made aware of a couple of things, specifically..

If you’re clicking on your own ads and then entering fake email addresses, you are literally just BEGGING to be denied any commissions for your leads. Were you to do this on any legitimate network you’d soon be banned, since it’s almost universally seen as fraud. Some CPA programs also specifically prohibit promoting their offers on certain free sites (such as CL), and will consider that fraudulent/spamming as well. Carefully read ALL the terms and conditions that you’re accepting before promoting.

Unscrupulous sites (often known as “buxtoo” sites) offer to pay participants for clicking on certain CPA ads in hopes of scamming a profit by funneling fake leads. Owners of the various CPA affiliate programs are regularly scammed by this type of behavior, so when a newbie “innocently” clicks on their own CPA ads and enters some bogus info trying to see if their fake “lead” will be credited, they may immediately arouse suspicion.

Obviously, those running CPA programs have to be careful and protect themselves too! Consequently, most of them track their leads, and once an internet address (IP) or email is logged as potentially fraudulent, or in violation of their terms, they will quite rightly close down the account and/or suspend ALL payouts to the suspected fraudster!

Additionally, many newbies don’t realize that they have to pay their advertising costs whether or not they generate ANY commissions. If you’re promoting a CPA offer, and you start “testing” because you feel you aren’t being credited or paid fast enough (or for whatever reason), you’re probably courting disaster: You won’t get paid + you’ll still have to pay = Guaranteed loss.

That being said, I personally wouldn’t consider marketing ANY product having excessive returns and/or complaints to my own valued customer list ANYWAYS, because in the long run it would only serve to damage my own reputation and sales.

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Alex G.

Nice post. This enlightens me very much. Big Thanks Hotstuff. I will now be very careful promoting CPA products.

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Stephanie Morris

Hello,

The Government Here In The US is Currently Doing
Research To Find Out if This Website/Company
Is A SCAM…

(How Do I Know This?)

Because I Am PART OF THE GOVERNMENT BWA.
(We Locate Hackers, Scammers Etc. )

Everyone stay CALM While We Are Currently Doing
Research of The People Who’s Behind This…

To CLICKSURE Representatives -
WE WILL BE FINDING OUT YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS
AND YOU WILL GO DOWN FOR THIS TYPE OF ACTIVITY.

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Paul

I’m no fan of ClickSure – but this person’s claim is highly unlikely. The Feds don’t announce that they are investigating a company or a person.

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Esmeralda Gutierrez

I really wanted to try this but I c more bad reviews then good I dont want to regret spending the only money I have since im unemployed at the moment :/

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Ben

Hi Esmeralda, it’s actually free to join ClickSure as an affiliate. :)

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Charlotte

If its free then what is the $49.00 supposed donation for?????

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esme roux

Yes, every month they took $77~00 from me. I can’t stop them because my mails somehow don’t go throug to their help e~mail adress!!!!!

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Sergey

Hello, I;m new to clicksure only a few days and was very interested, and I need a person with experience. Somebody will respond please. Here;s my Skype J-SERGEY

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Ben

You can add me on skype if you want to ask any questions – Skype ID is clicksure-ben

Cheers :)

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John

Shame on you Ben (or whatever you stinking name is). I’ve been receiving tons of email spam from an affiliate (click id: 1526327003) promoting a vendor (dailybinaryprofits.com) on your network. Checked your site and there is **Absolutely NO* mention of how you address unsolicited emails.

I’m on my nerves edge from this affiliate of yours mentioned above. Nice way to earn your bread and butter d’head that is if you manage to earn any.

To affhelper: sorry for using your platform to vent my frustration :(

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Aaron

Hi John,

I am sorry to hear that you are receiving SPAM from one of our Affiliates.
We take SPAM complaints very seriously, I would like to look into this further for you.

The ‘Click Id’ that you have provided is not the Affiliates ID, this is used only for sale tracking purposes.

Can you please create a Free customer account with ClickSure by going to https://www.clicksure.com/customer/account/register/

Once you have created your account can you please submit a ticket to ClickSure staff.
If you name the ticket “SPAM-FAO Aaron” I will then get this fast tracked for you.
If you can provide the link that is being sent to you or a copy of the email then we can track down the Affiliate for you.

Again, I am sorry that one of our Affiliates has been spamming you, we do take SPAM reports very seriously.

Kind regards,

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John

Why the F should I create a customer account with you to submit a spam report? Spammy affiliate network spammy people spammy business. clicksure/clickbetter. No thanks. I’m actually in the process of making sure you people get whats deserving of your dirty practices

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chris

made an additional call to ClickSure at 888-853-3688

Grand Baie Park
Suite 3
Grand Baie NG1 1HW

Website:http://www.clicksure.com
Phone:+230-2634400, (888) 853-3688
Email:

support@clicksure.com
billing@clicksuresupport.com

Additional Employees: No known Employees

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j

I now understand why I returned my products. Many sellers who use Clicksure sell products that do not work as advertised, and some are outright scams. I thought this was a reflection of the Internet, but I’m glad to find it is more a reflection of one “banker.” The fault with Clicksure is not in their service (which seems good), but in allowing sellers to scam people with bogus products.

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Martins

I am an affiliate marketer to ClickSure and I bet your comment on ClickSure is eyes opening and disturbing. Now, I like you to direct me to a much better internet marketing outfits I can subscribe to for affiliate marketing.
I have over 10,000 email messages in my inbox requesting my involvent with them but I’m skeptical.

Martins

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johnson

Please! Can you help me please?my name is johnson can you tell about transaction? how can I do?I went to marketplace and I try everyone one of each but its still nothing. Please tell me what to do.I hope you will reply me back thank you

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Sergey

ClickSure super sucks.I checked in there for two months and not a penny earned .Support does not work and does not help.Products not who buys .I think if it’s a good company should be interested in their customers and help them in every way, but this is not happening .WARNING: DO NOT ADVISE cooperates with ClickSure!it sucks organization!A million times I contacted them to help me , but the results 0

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Russ Stewart

Dead right with your comments. Stll waiting after a week for advise on a measely $49 item.

Poor outfit…….stay clear

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Andre

Thank you, guy. I am brazilian and will stay away from them anyway…

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clay

I made an account on clicksure now it kicking me out and making me sign back in when I click on to some thing what going on is it a scam ???

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Double Your Deposit!

I like clicksure more in the way that they do not have some fees. When clickbank invented some fees, that pissed me off.

In any way, clickbank have many more products in comparison with clicksure, but clicksure have simpler navigation in members area, and there is no fees, which is very important to me. From this reason, I must say that is is pity if many clicksure products are bogus.

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Alvin Leow

There are fee in clicksure as well, if you can not hit the $250 threhold for sometime. There will start to impose admin fee that dry off your earning

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Niktar

Hi Pawel Reszka,

I am reading on Affiliate marketing and just when I am thinking of “Clicksure” you hurt me. Okay, I may not go to work with Clicksure Affiliate but which will be the best? I have some SEO and WordPress Skills, PR2 Website (homepage). Even I can take a new website for affiliate.

Could you suggest me the best, reliable and genuine Affiliate marketing platform?

Thank you.

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808girl

Hey I am an affiliate and so far some of the comments i have seen are out of line, maybe if you pay attention to details you will understand what they are saying, its like he is explaining it and everyone all of a sudden dont speak english, like the guy who came up with what 40 fake emails to test out the product? look be an adult if you were going to test it have someone do it for you….. you just made yourself look very guilty….. Now so far I want to make money and it is my responsibiity to make sure it works. if you think its a scam then delete…. geeze as far as the other stuff Ben that is your area. and speak english so they understand

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esme roux

Hi, I would like to know if you can tell me how to stop them taking money monthly. I have sent two mails to them but it keep failing. I have changed the subject words, still it won’t go
trough. There is no support from their side.

Thank you for warning people.

Esme` Roux

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Christine

Just have your bank or credit card company stop the payments.

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Zachariah Lloyd

I was forced into dealing with Clicksure/Clickbetter when I opened a brokerage account on SpotFN, and funded this account using my checking account….
They dragged their feet for weeks to refund my money, and now after they FINALLY processed my refunds, they have started taking mysterious charges out of my bank account for GOD KNOWS WHAT??
Yesterday, LATE at night, they took two $1.06 charges out of my checking account, and I did not realize this until I got home from work tonight, and it was too late to contact anyone about this.
Why are these people doing taking money from me at all anymore?? This is definitely a SHADY organization, and any advice to avoid getting tied up with them is VALID!!

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Tiana Harris

I have made a successful payout of $250 so why should i call them scam?

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M3D01

Hello ,
I have many problems with Clicksure
1. The advertiser void from me till now 476$ and approve 146$ and i did not change the way of my adversing all the customers traffic came with the same method, I ask them they tell me the advertiser who accept or reject earn and we have no control on it !!
2. My estimated paychecks of 18-September-2014 (Thu) disappear and i had record on it and earn which suddenly disappear !!
3. I try to add Ben on skype who say that anyone had problem add me, more then six times and he did not accept request !!
My skype is ( mohamed.raouf83 )

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Alvin Leow
Kenneth Howard

I joined clicksure as an affiliate. they then asked me to send them some proof of who I am . They asked for compliance documents., copy of my Driving Liscence and another of maybe Bank statement, they received both. they said it would take two to four business days. that was early September, it hasn’t happened yet, meanwhile, I go in everyday and grab the accounts for promotion because Clicksure states that they would hold my funds until my documents have been verified. Need some Help please.

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Bob S.

Clicksure is not a scam. Payoneer is not a scam. Get a grip, people.

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Free Share Online

Oh my, thank you for this share, you save my online affiliate goal my friend Pawel. I am going to signup clicksure but they had very bad reputation here. So, you are my hero my friend, again thanks for this post… If you can suggest of some good affiliate for my site, I am happy to hear on that, and surely I will try on it… See you.

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Becky

Do you have any suggestions on getting my refund back from Clicksure? I mean the quickest way? It is now going on 2 and 1/2 months I only have 2 more weeks left before my 60 days are up. I requested a refund the 2nd week into the program, I needed a lot of help and a person who didn’t speak clear English seem to be upset with me because all I could think was because after he tried to answer all of my questions and and could not give me an answer on why is there no money coming in when I know the orders were put thru? I just told him to please refund me my money he then asked me for my Credit Card # and said to expect my Refund within 7 to 10 days. I have called in several times now and they seem to have lost my information on everything! I have prof of them taking my money form my bank but that is all.. They are telling me that they show no record of any body by my name ever paying anything (As If He was Saying I do Not Exist?) I have all the information and my Website but he said that doesn’t Prove anything! When I told him I have a copy of the Bank Statement and Read everything to him I had on there company deducting the $47.00 + the additional $54.00 he went on to say that unless I had a receipt that I should have received from the Company in the mail along with other information on how to get started, that there was nothing I could do to get my Refund back.. I have been talking to a Man by the Name Of Ourie and Now the company is treating me as if I do not or have not ever had any interest in them. Like I was Just Born and I do not seem to think I will be getting my Money back! I only have 10 Days Left. Can You Tell Me What I Can Do With what I Have? thank you Me so very confused Confused

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Becky

To the person above my email please I have checked with the “BBB” Better Business Beau and if you would like to look them up and see for your self what the “BBB” has for a Rating on “ClickSure” And I do think the BBB Has A Good GRIP” on what they say… for your own information…

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Becky

Bob or if this is Bobby? May I suggest that you look up the Rate-ing that the Better Business Beau “BBB” has on The Company “ClickSure” You might find it to be some good and Honest Reading… If ClickSure is not a Scam then, may I suggest that the CEO or The President of ClickSure Respond to all these messages, maybe, do something that will make the men and women who have intrusted and invested in Clicksure feel as though they were not scamed Maybe put some Trust in our Fellow Man again. As you know, the “BBB” Does Have a AS You put it they do have a GRIP” you can be sure what is put on there webpage is the truth…

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syed muhammad ali bukhari

how may i avoid this error during login into my clicksure account (Your Affiliate account has been restricted.
If you believe this to be in error, please Click Here to Contact us.)

Help me to get my account back.
Thanks.

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Leo

Is there any of these sites that are not a scam site?? it seems like every internet marketing site scam people..

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Jim

I have been a Clicksure Affiliate for nearly 4 months now and have done some 30+ Reviews on their products and some of mine. After spending a large amount of $ ( Nearly $18000 N.Z
Dollars) and a huge amount of my time I have not made $1 at all. I have had a personal Mentor tutoring me on ways to make money from home but to no avail.
You could say I am extremely disappointed.
Thoughts from others please on this
Jim H .

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