baibhav8421 wrote: How can third party provide of 1000 direct referral on ClixSense and Neobux ? Even if that person give you his/her account why would he/she give you 1000 direct ref account just for $18.Just think and give me answer.
Those types of ploys are for the most part, garbage.
You have to use common sense and if it doesn't make good sense, then it probably isn't.
Always contact the owner first and ask questions. You see, at least if you were to ask
questions, you will have more ground to stand on. Here is some things you should have
looked for and should have ask before making the purchase:
-Is there contact info on site? If there is no contact info on site, click off the site.
-If there is contact info on site, ask questions:
A: How long does it take for the stated amount of referrals to be received?
B: How are these referrals generated?
C: What percentage of these referrals will be active?
D: What type of guarantee and refund policy do you have?
Then see if you receive a reply:
-Did not receive a reply: Do NOT buy
-Received a reply days or weeks later: Do NOT buy
-Received a brief reply that did not answer all your questions: Do NOT buy
There are other things you can do to such as:
-Look up the domain name of the website. What information is displayed about the owner, what country is the owner located, how long has the owner owned the domain name, what kind of contact information is there for that owner if any at all.
Save all correspondence. Should you want a refund, make sure you follow PayPal policies on refunds.
If you do not follow paypal policy on refunds, they will deny your request. FIRST you must contact the
seller and request a refund. Here again, save all correspondence. After you have completed the requests
for refund as stated by paypal, then you can submit to paypal for refund and give paypal all the messages
you have received from the seller.
For the most part however, when you purchase non-tangible items in the marketing arena such as
the buying of referrals, paypal will not even look at it, they'll just deny your request because buying
of such things is against paypal policy anyway.
There are ways that people can generate referrals and sell them. This however does not mean those
referrals will be active. Such as offering a free lotto spin of the wheel to win a million bucks but first
the visitor must click a special link to visit a site, sign up to a site, or optin. Of course they have not
an idea what they are signing up for and only interested in spinning the wheel.