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who the hell has ever heard of Clickbooth .com? I just read an advertisement through *****SLIST.ORG in the jobs category stating : attention MYSPACE users ( cause you know there is over 100 million registered users, half of which are musical artists ) Rapidly growing internet adverstising company is looking to expand in the My Space Market! Register as a Publisher and turn your My Space account into an extra paycheck today! ( wow, sounds too good to be true!? SO EASY!!!, go figure )

I click on the link and what do you know, Immediately I need to start an account in order to make money! DUH!!! Sure I'll fill it out...
first name? sure XXXXX
last name? sure XXXXXXX
SOCIAL SECURITY # sure ... HUH??? what the **** do you need my ssn# for?

Email Address? sure [protected]@XXXX.com
Email PASSWORD? WHAT THE **** IS GOING ON????? this isn't right...


NOW!! do you see what I mean? This site is a scam and I contacted them through their Aol Instant Messanger name : CLICKBOOTH
I started the conversation with are you a legit company?
if so, why do you need my personal information?
PAUSE PAUSE PAUSE PAUSE ... For Tax purposes... OHHHH why didn't I think of that!!!????? DUHHHHHH

Ok, how can I find out if you are a LEGITIMATE company?
response: 1 sec
a few minutes later.. the same ****ing response, FOR TAX PURPOSES.

I hope you are reading this and see what I mean, Luckily I didn't fall for this bull****, but please be aware of the company you are submitting your personal information to... with email account passwords as well as your SSN a person can **** UP YOUR LIFE!!!
Digest this and let me know what you think.
i hope that I am indeed correct about this site... It seemed too awkward to me.

Responses

  • Aj
    ajaypat Jul 07, 2011

    I am an advertiser, talked to someone named Natalie, for over a month. She apparantly disappeared, then the boss Alexis Morreland, for a few times, then he disappeared also. Have called, many times, no pick up, have left numerous mesages, no return. Calls to the company and ad department are met with automated responses the last 60 days...

    Its hard to believe such a large company as they claim, has no one to answer phones or return calls.

    0 Votes
  • Ma
    MasLe Jan 26, 2010

    I'm 'international' person, yes clickbooth is suck... no more comment

    1 Votes
  • Ro
    RobertKleen Sep 10, 2009

    Wow you are a ###. Clickbooth is a legit company and was actually honored this year given the title #5 fastest growing company in the entire US. Get a clue ###...

    http://www.inc.com/inc5000/2009/the-full-list.html

    1 Votes
  • Ra
    Rachel Jul 02, 2009

    who the hell has ever heard of Clickbooth .com? I just read an advertisement through *****SLIST.ORG in the jobs category stating : attention MYSPACE users ( cause you know there is over 100 million registered users, half of which are musical artists ) Rapidly growing internet adverstising company is looking to expand in the My Space Market! Register as a Publisher and turn your My Space account into an extra paycheck today!

    0 Votes
  • Le
    leighgirl Jun 21, 2009

    I am not saying join them and you will make money. Even I do not make much on that program. I only say if it was clickbooth asking for your tax info or social number then it is only to make them able to pay you. Also yeah the worse and best affiliate programs have millions of people using them and people know who click booth is. As for the cj article most people in the suit did not even know they were in it and never got money. Most people dont know when companies are sued for unfair trade ect. Maybe you can link and pass this one to warn of a real fraud. The link is below
    Valuclick, befree cj ect were all a valuclick company or sister sites ect. read at
    http://www.zolaenterprises.com/Lawsuit-Against-CJ.htm

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  • Le
    leighgirl Jun 21, 2009

    I have been using clickbooth with many other affiliate programs for years. I used to do real scam busting and looked into everything online. I found some that worked so used them only while reporting the others caused me trouble for sure. Obviously if you want paid and the info was from clickbooth it is for tax reasons. You can not get paid many places with not filling out w2 forms and or giving your social security, name, address and other tax info.
    As to can you get money on it, I have in the past got a little but seems I make less on clickbooth than other companies of course. I stopped adding much of their stuff and others since I make more on different affiliate programs.
    Most affiliate programs as we know are just the middle man so it is always best to join companies and sites directly if there are things you wish to sell and they have affiliate programs. Keep in mind as if you look up Commission Junction Lawsuit and find they were sued that is common for american companies.
    http://www.zolaenterprises.com
    click how to make money and news articles if you want to know about how things work. As for calling a company fraud because they want your social security number that is not cool. You can call a company fraud if it does not track and does not pay you as they say. Wanting to have you do tax papers so they claim you in tax payouts is Normal. duh.

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