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Scam Alert For Omnibux

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Have anybody have the same problem as mine in Omnibux.com?
Yesterday after i login to my account and trying to surf the ads, all of sudden come an alert that said "Your account has been suspended code 1".
What was that mean?
I never even think about cheating on them, so what makes my account being suspended then?

I don't invest anything yet there, and my balance is still far from the minimal requirements to cash out, but it makes me getting more suspicious to all new PTC on the internet.
Seems like almost all new born PTC site is likely going to be scam site. But i hope it won't ruined people trust to another PTC, since there is a good, legitimate and trustworthy PTC site in this world, and one of them is Neobux.

So through this article i want to warn you, if you're new to this kind of get paid to website don't get to fast investing your money to the 'looks promising' PTC but newly born. Better do a search and ask the other, before you put your money there.

Be careful of SCAMMERS

Unknown said...
March 20, 2010 at 12:30 AM  

hay maybe you should learn to edit your stuff before you just throw it up there.

EnAirRaH said...
May 1, 2010 at 1:04 PM  

Same here, just requested a payment 2 days ago but when I log-in it says my account is suspended...:( Some forums says omnibux is a scam..

Doug Allitt said...
May 3, 2010 at 11:18 AM  

Ditto for me - I guess that's the end for Omnibux.

PTC control-info said...
May 4, 2010 at 12:49 AM  

Also to my ago only 2 days prevent me from entering saying that my account has been closed. He entered had money to purchase referrals but two weeks not I could do it. Without any reason have closed the account, wearing only two months and had acquired also the Prefered membership. It is a hoax and I intend to report all possible forums and also claim the money through PayPal. what I would really like is to join all those who have been cheated and together make a complaint against Omnibux mass action sending mails to alertpay, Payàl blogs etc publishing are stealing a lot of people, I am sure that they would do much damage and also search for your host to denounce them there also. If you are interested in this action I create a blog only to be able to denounce all these undesirable, I will be careful if someone is willing to collaborate I for my part at all they can to prevent that continue cheating to more people,

Anonymous said...
May 4, 2010 at 2:36 PM  

same here

i registered in it a week ago
yesterday i paid money to purchase referrals and now it says (( account suspended )) with no reason at all

that seems omnibux turns to a scam

Anonymous said...
June 21, 2010 at 7:57 PM  

Ask yourself:

How much it cost them to run their site? What is their net investment?

According to http://www.buxhost.com/ you can have a running Bux site for $25 per month.

How much they charge their advertisers per click? How much they pay you per clic?

If what they charge their advertisers per click is less than what they pay you per click, then they make their money out of our subscription and in order for you to make money you have to get a lot of people to subscribe to their program. In this case the paid to click offer is just a cover, to hide a ponzi scheme.

If they charge their advertisers more per click than what they pay you per clic then the business seems legal and sustainable. Not a ponzi.

Question 3:

Based on what you make per click and how many clics you have per day; how long it will take you to reach their minimum payout?

Question 4:

Based on how much they pay for referrals, how many good referrals would you need to make money with them? How many good referals are you getting per week?

On sites that ask you for a subscription payment. Based on how much money you are making from them, taking into account the benefits of the upgrade, of course, how long would it take you to earn back what you paid for your subscription?

If you are a great internet marketer, a great sales person, with your own mailing list (over 10,000 subscribers in it)a traffic exchange site of your own, or a site with tens of thousands of visitors every day, then you should have no problem getting dozens, or perhaps hundreds of people to join any PTC under you. In this case you will be making money out of their efforts...

But if you don't have that mailing list, or Website, don't consider yourself a good salesperson, and will rely primarily on your own clicking, then you should lower your expectations and be more careful and selective with your upgrades.

manz said...
September 18, 2010 at 2:20 PM  

yeah same with me..
I tried to withdraw..and onbi give 7 day to proccess, but until 2 weeks no payment come..

Anonymous said...
February 7, 2011 at 9:19 PM  


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