Sim, August 1, 2019
Review of : Clik Delivery
Use : Revenue Sharing, Traffic Exchange
Overview: Clikdelivery.com is a website selling "ad packs" like many others have done before. The ad packs are only a front for the real scheme.
Basically, you invest money and wait for this money to grow and turn in profit. If you want to know how this works exactly continue reading.
For now, all you have to know is that this is a really risky business model and that sites like this one usually aren't up and running for long.
One of the most (if not the most) popular of its kind, recently got in lot of troubles. You can see TrafficMonsoon for more info.
If I had to chose and recommend only 1 program to make money online, it would be this one.
It’s a revenue sharing program or whatever you’d like to call it. It’s basically a ponzi scheme disguise in something else.
We’ve seen this many many times and those sites only work on the short term.
So, if you plan on investing, you better do it fast before it close and keep your money.
In other words, Clik Delivery is a site for people ready to take some risks. If you want to learn more, continue reading.
The owner goes by the name of Ilyas Noukaila. We don’t know much about him except that his Facebook profile looks fake as hell.
We’ve seen it with other big names such as Scoville.
So far so good. Legit isn’t the word I’d use since you know right from the start that the site is going to close soon enough but yeah. “Not a scam”.
Let me walk you through the simple steps you should take in order to make real money online.
In other words, buy a 20$ pack and get 24$ back + business directory ads. Quite simple.
Advertising = ad packs. So you’re both advertising and making money at the same time… Technically.
Just be careful and don’t invest all your money.
Also, make sure to withdraw your money before it closes. I know it’s a dumb thing to say because you can’t be sure when it’s going to, but it’s the sad sad truth.
Just make sure to withdraw everything since it’s still gaining in popularity. As soon as investments stop or slow down, problems will knock at the door.
What’s your take on ClikDelivery.com? Good or bad experience? How much have you made so far?
Let us know:)