What Is Four Dollar Click? Another PTC Scam? Get My Review Here

By | January 4, 2018

four dollar click review

Company Name: Four Dollar Click

Sales Page URL: fourdollarclick.com

Company Owner: Unknown

Type Of Site: PTC (Paid To Click)

Price To Get Started: Free (With A Catch)

Overall Ranking 1/5 Stars

1 star reviews

With all the websites out there that claim to pay you so much for each click and make it seem so easy for you to get paid I’m sure that you may be skeptical.

Just like sites that claim to pay you to post links online, this site isn’t much different and if you’re reading this review now, chances are that you have many questions and I intend to answer them in the following review.

I’ll try and keep this as short and sweet as I possibly can so I don’t take up too much of your time today.

Four Dollar Click Overview


This is another PTC site that claims to pay you up to $4 for each qualified click that you make on their website following their detailed instructions.

This may sound like a quick and easy way for you to make a boatload of cash but as I continued to do my research on this company, red flags started popping up left and right.

I’ll be going into more detail on what these red flags are and giving you guys a heads up on what to expect if you were to invest any of your valuable time and hard earned money into this site so continue reading.

How Everything Works


According to the FAQ section of their site they claim that all you need to do is click on ads, wait for 25 seconds and click the number that appears shortly after the timer reaches zero.

If you don’t receive an error msg like I did several times, then your $4 payment should show up in your account shortly afterward.

Sounds easy enough, right?

Well, that’s the same thing I thought until it came time for me to try and withdraw these funds and that’s when the red flags started to rise up.

I was actually able to earn $28 in only a few short minutes but what good is that going to do me with all the crazy restrictions they put on withdrawing your money?

four dollar click review

Red Flags That You Need To Be Aware Of Before You Join


As I continued to navigate their site and do my research I found that in order to withdraw your money you would need to upgrade your account to premium status.

Are you freaking kidding me?

Why the heck should you have to pay them to access the money that’s rightfully yours?

That’s pretty crazy if you ask me, wouldn’t you guys agree?

As if that wasn’t bad enough, you’ll also need to wait up to 75 business days before you get paid!!

They also have a crazy ridiculous payment threshold of $4,000 that you’ll need to reach before requesting a payout and this is what really put a bad taste in my mouth about this company.

There have also been multiple complaints about the withdraw button not showing up even after users have upgraded their account, waited 75 business days, and reached the $4k payment threshold.

You wanna know what the company had to say about this?

They supposedly said that they must have breached something in their terms of service page and therefore they don’t qualify for a payout.

While this may be true for some users, this sounds like nothing more than a complete bs excuse for them not to pay you especially after they have already got your money.

How Much Will You Have To Pay To Gain Access To Your Money?


There are multiple payment options that are available to you but don’t think this is going to be cheap or they’re going to let you off easy, cause that’s not the case here.

There are multiple payments plans as well as multiple payment options available to you and I have listed these for you guys below

Bronze


 This membership package will allow you to earn a 25% commission on every person that you personally sponsor and the payment plans for this membership are as follows.

  • $59.99/ monthly
  • $119.98 for 2 months
  • $179.97 for 3 months
  • $239.96 quarterly
  • $299.95 for 5 months

Yearly Payment Options

  • $299 yearly
  • $598 for 2 years
  • $897 for 3 years

Lifetime Access

  • $799 One time fee

Silver


At the silver level, you’ll unlock the ability to earn up to 50% commissions from your referrals that you bring into the system and here are the payment options for this membership.

Monthly payments

  • $79.99/ monthly
  • $159.98/ bi-monthly
  • $239.97/ 3 months
  • $319.96/ quarterly
  • $399.95/ 5 months

Yearly payments

  • $399/ Yearly
  • $798/ bi-yearly

Lifetime membership

  • $899 one time fee

Gold


The gold membership will grant you access to 100% commissions from all your active referrals that you bring in and here are the payment details for this membership.

  • $99/ monthly
  • $199/ 2 months
  • $299/ 3 months
  • $399/ quarterly
  • $499/ 5 months

Yearly Payment Options

  • $499/ Yearly
  • $998/ 2 years

Lifetime option

  • $999 one time fee

Like I said earlier, purchasing a premium membership is just 1 of the many other ridiculous restrictions they have placed on getting paid and I think this is one of the stupidest things ever.

You also need to keep your membership paid up for the entire 75 business days or they will suspend your account and claim that you breached their terms of service and you’ll forfeit all your earnings.

So Called Payment Proof


To make it seem like this opportunity is legit and that they actually do payout, they have provided some sort of payment proof.

Any legitimate site out there shouldn’t need to prove that they’re legit and this is another red flag that is common with most scam sites out there in the online world.

payment proof

Another thing that’s worth mentioning is the fact that Paypal refuses to do business with this company and if you were to purchase a membership with them you’ll see that PayPal isn’t even listed as a payment option.

However, in the screenshot above, you’ll see where many members have supposedly got paid from PayPal which is another red flag that you need to be aware of.

Also, this proves nothing and anyone who is a decent coder could easily fake this and make it seem like it’s real when in reality this is nothing more than a bunch of id numbers and random figures.

Another thing that’s important for you to keep in mind is the fact that this is currently the amount of money sitting in the user’s account, not money that has been deposited into their account.

Is Four Dollar Click Another PTC Scam?


The word scam is a pretty harsh term that I try and steer clear of as much as I possibly can, but given the facts that I’ve uncovered in this review, I think it’s pretty obvious that this is nothing but a big fat scam that you should avoid at all costs.

I would also avoid other sites that are similar to this one like 2 dollar click, 3 dollar click, and seven dollar click as they are all run by the same mysterious owner.

If you have invested any of your hard earned money into this system then I’m afraid that you’ll need to cut your losses and move on.

While they do have a contact form where you can send them a message I wouldn’t expect to hear back from them since the owner of this site (along with many others) has chosen to remain anonymous.

So What Now?


Learning how to make money online is definitely possible if you know where to look and you aren’t afraid to put in the time and effort needed to become successful.

This will require a whole lot more than clicking on ads, waiting a few seconds and clicking a special number to get paid.

If you’re willing to put in the time and hard work there are programs like Wealthy Affiliate that will teach you everything you need to know and provide you with the training, tools, and support you 100% along the way.

This is where I got my start in the online world and it’s because of their detailed step by step training that I was able to quit my full time job and start living life on my terms.

If this sounds like something that you would be interested learning more about then I would highly recommend that you check them out for yourself and see what they can do for you.

Other than that I really hope this review has opened your eyes and given you all the info needed to avoid becoming the next victim of this scam.

Have a story to share with other people about your experience with this company?

I would love to hear all about it and I’m sure other people would as well.

Leave it in the comments below

Until next time, stay safe and always do your research beforehand to avoid being the next victim of a scam like this one.

~Scott~

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