Lately there is a lot of buzz around a new affiliate network called Clicksure. I think my review is going to be short because Clicksure right now is nothing else than Clickbank’s trashcan. Basically, all the bad products that violate FTC rules on Clickbank end up being listed on Clicksure 🙂
If you are following the IM space in the “make money” niche then you probably already know about Clicksure and what kind of products they sell. All the latest “get rich quick” scams are flocking to their network because it’s the only network that will take them in.
You see, when Clickbank started cleaning up their marketplace couple of years ago and kicking out all the vendors who were flat out lying and using false claims in their sales letters, Clicksure was formed. It was created to get around the laws here in US to keep selling bogus products that never deliver on their promise.
The claims are simply ridiculous. For example, the latest product that launched on Clicksure called “Free Commissions” stated that you can make money online with zero work…without even lifting a finger! (Read this free commissions review by Eric Holmlund)
This stuff really makes me mad to be honest with you. Anyway, Clicksure is not located in the US and there is a reason for that. They want to keep themselves out of trouble with the FTC because they know that they would get shut down over here.
I went to their “About Us” page and it seems like their payment processor is located in China and they have another location in Mauritius, which is a small island near Madagascar. That pretty much says it all.
I have a feeling that some of the guys selling these get rich quick scams are behind Clicksure, so I wouldn’t trust them with my credit card number. Do not buy anything from them – is my advice to you.
I am going to go as far as calling them a scam and not just the vendors that use them. Why do you think they are located in China?
From what I hear they already have problems processing their payments. I’ve heard that whenever someone uses their credit card through Clicksure their bank or credit card company usually calls a few minutes later to verify that the card used was not stolen. I am guessing Clicksure is getting a lot of complaints (good thing) so US companies are starting to blacklist them already.
Their Refund Policy
On their website they state that you have 60 days to request a refund in case you are not satisfied, but it seems like they don’t like giving people refunds.
Just by doing a quick search on Google you can find a lot of complaints against them. Clickbank also offers a 60 day money back guarantee and they always honor it, but Clicksure is just a rip off.
Some affiliates have problems with getting their payments from Clicksure. I did some research on it and it seems like it’s due to their high refund rate.
If you are promoting their products you should expect at least 40% refund rate which is HUGE! And if you are below $250 payment threshold you won’t get paid. So basically you will need to earn at least $400-$500 in commissions before you see any money from them.
Their marketplace is littered with bogus products that would never get accepted over at Clickbank. Just by logging in to the affiliate account I created for this review I could see exactly what kind of products sell the most over there.
Check it out:
Pretty much majority of their products are nothing else than get rich quick schemes. What really pisses me off is that they call it affiliate marketing. They even have a category for “data entry” scams ….geez.
Stay Away From Them
I strongly urge you to stay away from Clicksure and not promote their products as an affiliate. The claims made by the vendors on their network are not just ridiculous but also illegal here in the US.
If it’s sold on Clicksure do not buy it no matter what it is. You will save yourself a lot of time and money if you don’t fall for their scams. There are no products currently on there that are worth anything. After browsing around their marketplace I only found garbage that got kicked out from Clickbank long time ago.
It’s a shady affiliate network that you should not get associated with. I don’t like the fact that they are not located in the US and that you can’t really find out who is running it.
I suspect that the guys selling these fake products are behind Clicksure to tell you the truth. Do you really want them to have your email address and your credit card number?
Think about it.