Admin of ProBux announced new updates about the site’s payment issues. Problems begun when cashouts to PayPal were restricted due to an alleged PayPal API maintenance in May. The maintenance takes longer than expected and the current situation of payment processors hurts the stability of the site, so a new payment schedule is introduced that is effective for all of their payment processors: Neteller, PayPal and Payza. Members can request payments at 00:00, 06:00, 12:00 and 18:00 server time. The actual server time can be seen at the “Viev Ads” page.
Many people have serious doubts about the truth of the above explanation and about ProBux itself. Many of them think that it might turn scam soon. ProBux is often suspected to be the successor to previous scam sites, OnBux and UpBux, although nobody can provide any clear evidence of that. There are non-negligible number of complaints over the internet about members get suspended or their rental referral (bot) clicks fallen after cashing out or upgrade. On the other hand, there are members who are satisfied with their services and earn money. Moreover ProBux has been online for almost two years, what is not very common for scam PTC sites.
Currently ProBux is on my list of problematic and controversial sites, be careful with it, don’t put in more than you can afford to lose. I personally think, ProBux is good to earn some dollars as free member, but I’m reluctant to spend my own money on it. We are going to see how it evolves if it survives its second birthday.
Click here for the whole announcement about cashout schedule in the ProBux forum.
Update: ProBux is scam now, you can find the latest update here.