Scam Site use caution! Here are the combined reasons why they are on our scam list:
1. Complaints & Negative Feedback- For
those who were hoping and praying for this to be a legit site. There are many complaints about this site. You can find them at these places:
2. Ties with a Scammer - Yes, yet again. Another Michael Pratt. Any site with his name on it, you can bet on being a scam. For more info read here. Michael Pratt - PTC Hall of Shame
3. No Forum - Most PTCs without forums is a big fat clue that the owner does not welcome feedback.
4. Whois Protected - Sites that hide their identity of their owner is also a red flag that the site might turn out to be a scam.
5. Fake Payment Proofs - See screen shots at the bottom of this post for more info. Also you can read here about how this site uses popular PTC screen names in his fake payment proofs.
6. Too good to be true - If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Here is some info from their site:
Welcome To Rich PTC!
At RichPtc, we go beyond the expectations of your typical paid-to-click website. We cater to those who are looking for maximum earnings for their time. We know your time is valuable and we are willing to pay for it!
The process of earning real cash with us is as simple as browsing the internet--which you are already doing! You will earn $1 for every link you click and $10 for every site you join through RichPTC. In addition to that, we will also pay you 50% of your referrals' earnings!
Did you get that? $1 for each link you click. Most Ptc's will pay .01 or at .o2 the most. The rate of pay that this site is offering is bogus. Lets look at the
some of these numbers.
So what is the price for a person to show an ad to you? According to Rich PTC it only costs $3 for 1000 hits! Pretty cheap! Isn't it? Especially if the site has to pay you at least $1 per hit. So if the advertiser is only paying the owner $3 and the owner turns around and pays $1000 to show it, where is the rest of the money going to come from when he plans to pay you ? What happens when it comes time for you to cash out? Lets math that out.