PTC Rewards (ptcrewards.ga) is a new PTC site opened in December 2017. Another site has existed with the same name and design in 2014 and gone scam. The current site is using a free domain. “.ga” is a top-level domain for Gabon, but available for free registrations. A PTC site that doesn’t want to pay a few dollars for the domain is suspicious at best.
Alerts about scams, and other problematic sites.
The following new PTC sites use illegal copies of EvolutionScript: ClixCash.ga TwixAds.com GetRef.ml CashVerts.com I would not recommend these sites, especially for investing.
An AppleBux (buxapple.com) user complaining that his payment was marked as paid but the money did not arrived to his Payza account. He is accusing the site to show fake payments in the “Payment Proofs” page.
Another member posted a fresh payment proof in the forum, so AppleBux probably pays selectively.
Mr Buxs admin announced that his PayPal account is currently limited, therefore PayPal payments are on on hold. He hopes to get back his account as soon as possible. Mr Buxs still appears to pay via other payment processors (mostly Payza), but be careful with the site. PayPal limitation is apparently not a good sign. […]
The “Bug Reports” and “Complaints” sections were removed from the forums of Okik and PTC1, but people are still complaining on public forums about account suspensions and suspected selective payments. Therefore I can’t recommend these sites. You can read some of the complaints in the EMS forum here and here.
Another PTC site, CleverBux announce that PayPal limited their account. This limitation is different from the last two however. It have likely been triggered by the increased amount of disputes. CleverBux had problems for a while. Until a few days ago, the forum was full of complaints about pending payments and other problems. The admin […]
Forum posting is disabled on KingsBux. The last payment proof in the forum is from February 12. The “Payment Proofs” page shows payments until February 18, but these are probably fake, as some members complained. Considering that KingsBux had had problems, it more than likely that they stopped paying and turned to scam.