Neobux Review – The $0.60 per HOUR massive Waste of Time

❓ Is NEOBUX A Scam❓ Nah, but you WON’T be earning $40, $60, or $100 per day as some say. Read my review to find out the FULL TRUTH and WHY I DON’T Recommend It.

Hey Folks, Jeff Lenney here and thanks for stopping by to check out my NeoBox Review.  Neobux, much like other paid survey type sites, is a huge waste of time in my opinion.

Neobux Review
So far, I’ve reviewed quite a few sites like this and NONE have been able to generate money anywhere CLOSE to creating a full-time income.  They pay PENNIES at best, and you’ll be putting A LOT of time in for a few bucks here and there.

So far NONE of these have been worth much of anything, and half of them were (legitimately) flat out scams just out to steal your money. 

Don’t worry, I’ll show you what actually DOES work at the end of this review, but first I want to give you my full NeoBux Review.

I want you to know upfront, I am NOT saying that Neobux is a scam.  YES you can really earn money with it, but the time you put in is NOT worth it in my opinion, which is why I strongly discourage you from joining.

Anyways, let’s get started! But first of all..

What IS NeoBux and how does it work?

Basically, you sign up for a free account over at https://www.neobux.com/ – then ss a member you can earn simply by viewing all the advertisements they display.

Anyways, NeoBux has been around since 2008, and is owned by a man only known as “Fernando”.

In the program, you’re able to earn money for simply clicking on ads in their network.

Sounds easy right?  

But the pay is ONLY $0.001 to $0.01 per ad click.  (Yes, that’s 1/10th of a penny).

They, naturally, also say you can earn more money by sending referrals to their website, but there are definitely much more lucrative ways to making money online.  (FYI – you have to click on 100 ads AND wait 15 days before you’re able to refer people to their website, and you’re limited to only 30 referrals at first).

Anyways, after your first 30 people and as you grow as a member, they’ll allow you to refer more people under you.

You also get paid for the clicks your REFERRALS make, and if they upgrade their memberships you can get paid even more. (FYI> the cost to upgrade your membership is $90.00 per year..so you’re literally PAYING money to make a tiny bit more, not at all worth it)

SO – if you refer a ton of people under you (like a pyramid scheme?) it’s possible to make a LITTLE money, but it’s a ton of work to get the referrals, and becomes almost like a full time job.

There are a few more ways to make money too, such as playing ad prize games which gives you the CHANCE to win points or money – but it’s not worth it as you need to play MANY times in order to have a chance at ‘winning’.

Neobux Adprize Games

Neobux Adprize Games

“Neobux COIN Offers” (that don’t hit your acct for 60 days)

Neobux Coin Offers

There are other ways to make money as well, such as Paid Surveys, Mini Jobs, etc – but half of them require you to sign up for a NEW site of one of it’s advertisers, and in many cases give them your credit card information as well to become a paid member.

My NeoBux Review: I signed up to show you

So, once you sign up it’s pretty easy to get started – you just click on ‘view advertisements’ on top and get a full chart of ads you’re able to click on.

They’ve got a pretty good anti-cheat program in place, so if you think you’re going to find some software that magically clicks on and views the ads for you, think again.

So far, in my testing, it takes about 10-12 SECONDS to view one advertisement as you have to click it, click a red dot to prove you’re a human (and not a bot), then ‘wait for the advertisement to load’ before you get your credit.

This is what it says once the ad has fully loaded and you earn your credit.

At this rate, you’d be able to view about 5-6 ads per minute – keep in mind many of these pay $0.001 – which is 1/10th of ONE-CENT.

In simple terms, you’ll need to click on 10 of these, taking 10-12 seconds EACH , to earn 1 PENNY.

Let’s break down the potential earnings from NeoBux:

  • $0.005 Cents (1/2 of a penny) per ad click
  • 32 seconds to watch the ad
  • 64 Seconds (just over 1 minute) to earn 1 CENT
  • $0.60 (60 cents) per HOUR

Yes, there are other ad clicks that pay a little more  – some pay $0.005 (1/2 a Penny) per click, but I was not able to find any paying higher then that.

My Advice, stay the heck away, don’t get drawn into this or any OTHER paid survey sites. NO – Neobux is NOT a scam, as they really do pay out – BUT the amount of income you earn vs the time you put into it is less than many people in 3rd world countries earn.

Anyways, if you want to find out how you can actually make LEGIT money online, i’ll show you! 🙂

Product Name Neobux
My Hourly Earnings $0.60 Per Hour
My Review

What I’m going to show you next really works!

I have good news, making money online is a real thing! AND – the best part?  It’s MUCH more lucrative and for many (including myself) is a real, full time, online business!

You see this blog here? (The one you’re reading this review on)? I run it, and make money with it daily as an AFFILIATE for many programs that teach people, like you, how to REALLY make money online.

I try to be 100% upfront and honest about everything I do on it. (Which is why I warn you to avoid these types of programs, instead of giving them glowing recomendations)

Feel free to google me, Jeff Lenney, you’ll find tons of  good things about me and the success people have had following my advice & recommendations!

Anyways, There’s an amazing program I know of, it’s 100% legit and you can make MUCH more than these silly surveys or ad click websites pay you.

Here’s the Link To Sign Up:

>>>>  Free Training Signup, how to Build Your Business Online from Nothing…

Don’t mind the flashiness of the video, it may seem too good to be true, he’s the real deal and I would not recommend him otherwise.

I’ve known John Crestani for a couple of years now, I’ve taken the training myself.

I’ve seen people BRAND NEW to the internet make money with it.  Are you next?

Talk soon,

Jeff

P.S. Have you tried Neobux? Shout out below and tell me about YOUR results!

Jeff Lenney
 

My Name is Jeff Lenney. I'm an Affiliate Marketer, and Search Engine Optimization Expert.

  • Phyllis says:

    I have never had a problem with Neobux. I am a gold member, and I have been with neobux around 8-9 years. It used to be good, I mean there would be over 100 ads every day, so I could make 20-30 dollars a week. No, not a lot, but it was a good deal for me. Now, it’s not nearly as good. Sometimes there aren’t even 20 ads to click. I have 780 referrals, and lately, they haven’t been doing very well. I was going to cancel my membership last year, but I decided to give it another try, and if it was the same thing, I would quit. I think that’s what’s going to happen here.

  • Mike says:

    I had 4 accounts with over 45,000 rented referrals across the 4 accounts that took me 3 years to accumulate at a cost of approximately $18,000 out of pocket between 2011 to 2016. I had a decent amount of monthly income of about $1,500 to $1,800 which I was able to cash out to paypal every so often.

    From 2016 to 2019, they slowly killed my accounts. The rented referral averages dropped from .70’s to < .50 which meant that I couldn't renew the referrals since they were making a loss. In each account, I sent questions or posted on the forum. Not complaining, just asking what I could do to improve the averages. Upon the first question/post I sent to the support staff, the account was immediately banned from the forum and I had little recourse. Just had to let the account die since I wasn't about to put more money in.

    Thankfully, by that point I had returned all my original investment and cashed out about $25,000 in profit before they caught on or decided to globally kill accounts by lowering averages of the rented referrals.

    It was nice while it lasted but most likely works a lot like a ponzi scheme. If you got in at Neobux early enough (around 2008-09) and built up big account(s), you made out like a bandit albeit at the expense of other newer members investing their money.

    I would highly recommend staying away from this site based on their business practices. Like most other ponzi's there is a tipping point where they can't pay back what they owe because no new money is coming into the system. Shutdowns at Payza and Paypal helped accelerate this I suspect.

  • mohammed says:

    yes they pay..but nothing to earn

  • Richa says:

    So how I exactly make money…? Can you give me suggestions.?

    • Jeff Lenney says:

      Hi Richa,

      Did you read the article at all? I gave a nice suggestion at the very end…. 🙂

  • Krieger says:

    Stay away from Neobux!! Its the biggest hoax on the internet. Their rented referals are a mix of bots and real people and admin controll how much click you get from them.
    Years ago Neobux implemented some thing they called a referal filter. That means a rented referal must go through a filter before he can be avalaible for rent, but that is nonsens and a big lie. If that was true the click average of rented referals would be about the same, but as the years goes by the average dropped. Nowadays the average is about 50% of what it was 8 years ago.
    New members sign up with Neobux thinking they found something that gonna work, they rent a few referrals and they work pretty well in the beginning, and they rent some more..
    Then they do their first BIG mistake and pay 90 USD for a Golden membership because they think the benefit will increase – instead of having 0.005 USD from referral clicks you will get 0.01 after you have paid 90 USD and become a Goldem member.
    But guess what?
    In a week or two the referral average have dropped so much you barely earn anything. This has happened to MANY people, internet are filled with complaints and questions why the average dropped when they upgraded to Golden.
    I’ve been a Neobux member in the past so I know what I am talking about.
    Dont let this asshole Jose Fernando Teixeira Rato scam you. He talks well, and have a honey-tongue but if I ever goes to Porto I will find this little prick and we’ll have a nice conversation. I wonder if he will be as sarcastick and rude eye to eye as he is on the neobux forum hiding behind the screen.

  • WaveMaster says:

    Even me too . I was there since 4 years . partially invested around 3500 dollars excluding re-investing out of profit. The way I cashed out after 3.5 yrs , (just to check) amount like 5 something dollar, I received the money but, they lowered the average.
    First I thought it was nothing to worry about. But, day by day decreasing?? I can’t post in forums . Don’t know what to do I”m running in loss each and every months… Filed ticket, they responded that the average in not under their responsible. Closed.
    Massive Waste OF Time . and money . They even blamed PayPal. Truth is PayPal left them. Forever. Who Knows for what.
    Readers please, just secure your money . Learn from others and move with caution.

  • Phena says:

    Theres this very annoying fake site I think you should do a review on up1line.com I have been trying to warn people on how fake they are but don’t know how to get it done. Gave them more thank the clicks and referral they asked for at first but they keep increasing the target.

  • Kadrakan says:

    Neobux is a complete scam, I was an ultimate member with 20000 rented referrals and they manipulated my average down to 0.1. My direct refs which all came from ptc advertising had either an average of 4 or zero, none of this nonsensical 1, 2, or 3 clicks like you see on rented refs. The rented refs are all bots, period. If you have rented refs, try to get as much money out as you can and be aware that your rented ref average will be manipulated down with every cashout. Don’t be as naive as I was and learn from my mistake, do not rent referrals. They silenced me on their forums too so I couldn’t post my stats.

    • Mr Gee says:

      I also was in your position. Had been a member of Neobux for almost 9 years, having Ultimate membership and they manipulate my referal click below my Break Even Point. I ‘ve paid more than $6000 USD to buy referrals, but after PayPal left something happened. Referral clicks stars to fall, for everyone showing their stats on the forum and if you complain about it the post will be deleted, or maybe your whole account will be terminated.
      Admin on that site is a dictator who would make Kim Jong Un jealous.
      The most silly thing is I thought that I could always let my referals expire and I would get my money. Wrong!
      If you let referals expire you have to pay a fee, which will rise the more you let expire. On top of that you also have to wait 30 days if you let more than 200 expire before you can make a payment request again (if you have any funds left on your neoBux account).
      Stay away from this fraud!

  • Anonymous Coward says:

    Sites like these are obviously made to be automated by bots. No sane human being will click these ads every day for fractions of pennies. The trick is to sign up to a 100 or so PTC sites and automate them all. Then you write a blog talking about how great they are and leave referral links for direct referrals to sign up under you so you gain even more money.

    Yes, it’s a scam. And you have accept your part of that scam. In the end, you’re ripping off advertisers, so I wouldn’t feel too bad about it. It’s not illegal. I’m not even convinced it’s unethical. Even the advertisers know they’re getting bot views.

    • Jeff Lenney says:

      They do a pretty good job at keeping bots from clicking the ads – and believe me, people will click all day if they think they can make an easy buck.

      As for bot traffic, I don’t know of a single advertiser (and I know many) that want fake views to their site – brings zero benefits.

      Jeff

  • WAng says:

    They closed my account without sending notification.

  • Liz says:

    Neobux has just blocked me from my membership access with money in my account, so they have stolen my money. There is no access and no way to communicate with support. This is a ripoff site using draconian tactics because they really don’t want to be bothered by the details, they just want the money from you

    • Jeff Lenney says:

      And there you have it folks, another reason to stay away.

      Thanks for sharing, Liz, and I’m sorry to hear that happened 🙁

      Jeff

  • aH ProgrammeR says:

    Hi Mr.jeff
    I’m software programmer with vb.net language , i wrote some programme about Gold store , Gym , … . Also i can work with Adobe Premiere to edit videos and a little after effect. My filed is Electrical Eng in B.S level and i have been studying . I register in some site for freelancer but i dont have good income from them . Whats your idea? In what way i can earn a good money ?

    Thank You my bro

    • Jeff Lenney says:

      Hey man, sorry I have no idea. I don’t look for programmers, nor do I know much about it – so I don’t even know enough about what you do to make any recommendations, sorry 🙁

  • Anna says:

    Yes, neobux is a scam. Invest over $2000 dollars to get the rented ‘bots’ referrals. At first the referrals was earning me a nice sum of money at around $16-$18 per day. Then the earnings started to drop massively. Instead of the $16-$18 dollar earnings, I was making around $2-$4 per day. Since I don’t have the earnings to renew the referrals my referrals got expired and now my account is deep in the red by a couple of hundred dollars.

    By the way the admins don’t give a shit about the lowered earnings. Contacted support to question by I can’t post on their forum and they subsequently ban me from the forum because I want to ask why my referral earnings was dropping so massively.

    • Jeff Lenney says:

      Thanks for sharing Anna, and i’m sorry to hear this. I’m not sure why they do the referral thing (paid option), sounds fishy to me.

      Jeff

  • Peter says:

    I recently had a bad experience with neobux. If you put a question that they dont feel comfortable to answer they simply block you from the forums and they’re saying that you were rude. If you contact the support and fill a ticket they just simply make their own truth and tell you that you’re trying to distort the truth. They deny completely your side of the story.
    In my case the referrals started to show a pattern on clicking and that could be seen when they did 3 click on the day when they should’ve enter in automatic recycle. Its a pattern of a bot and not a person.

  • NeoSux says:

    You right man, neosux es good only for admin and friends (pionners).

    What site needs promote since few years? That “sites” are the admin referal link of this site. All sites are the same thing, “systems” for get money quickly. The rent referals are bots. Neosux show the total money paid but never show the real money for the member, ejample “1 member get $500 but he need paid 90 for golden account, 270 for últimate account, 50 for rent referals” that user only get 90, not 500.

    And other “nice” things.

  • Fgjjff says:

    How is NeoBux a scam site?

  • Edward says:

    I do love how he shames one scam site to produce content to drive you to another. Nothing like the good old “send me a dollar and I’ll tell you how to make a million dollars” gig.

  • kishan m says:

    I am working on Top PTC 3 sites since 15 months; in all PTC’s
    Neobux is best PTC site in my opinion & Paying genuinely since 2008. what
    we need to do is we need to click 20 ads every day, it will not take more than 10
    to 15 minutes. For each ad you get $0.001. PATIENCE is the key to success in
    Neobux. We get money slowly in start but once you have been with Neobux for
    long time your earnings will increase more, but your work timings will remain same as 10 to 15
    minutes.

    Strategy: Rented referrals – who will work for you if you
    rent them. Their cost is $.20 to rent 1 referrer for 30 days after renting what
    they click will credit to your account. You have Forum where we get help from senior
    members and they share their experience on forum, you get a lot of stuff on
    fourm.

    Now I am earning $2.5 per day after 15 months. I have 370
    rented referrals.

    on registration page give username, password and give mail
    id in Email field, give same or different mail id for Skrill/Neteller field,
    with these accounts you will cash out funds, you can create Skrill/Neteller
    account after registration.

    • Jeff Lenney says:

      Hey Kishan,

      Thanks for your detailed and well written response, but it kind of does prove my point. You’re making $2.50 a DAY after 15 months – that’s awesome and I hope it’s truly helping make your life better. 🙂

      I know that is a lot of money in some places, but for my target audience in the US – that’s not a lot at all.

      As an affiliate marketer, I’ve made 4, 5, and even 6 figures in a single DAY promoting high ticket offers that pay me $1,000 – $2,000 in commission.

      There is definitely much better money to be made online, and you don’t have to spend all day clicking on and watching pointless ads either. 🙂

      Jeff

  • Kari Flinn says:

    Thanks for sharing good article. I get $3 from this site just few days ago.
    They pay me instantly.

    • Jeff Lenney says:

      I’m glad you enjoyed my article, but $3.00 isn’t exactly a lot of money. There are MANY better ways to make ‘serious money’ online, such as what I list at the bottom of this article. 🙂

      Jeff

  • dallesCOWboy says:

    THEY ARE A FUCKING SCAM! If you click on your own, don’t invest anything, fine. If you invest by purchasing some upgrade package or some of their so called “rented referrals” (BOTS) you will loose money by design. Its one of the most perfidious designed sites taking peoples money, making them loose it and blaming it on their incompetence or lack of experience while its actually DESIGNED TO MAKE THEM LOOSE SO THAT THE OWNER IS ABLE TO PAY TUT MONEY TO THE FREE MEMBERS AND MAKES THE MOST MONEY FOR HIMSELF.

    AS YOU SAID, Lenny, stay the heck away ppl!

    • Pera says:

      also they have deal with mini jobs company , when you pay premium they are disabling accounts so you can’t get 30 percent bonus and you waste 90 usd also your time to get to lvls to do better jobs

    • dido9989 says:

      Yes, they are total scam. Steal my money after 5 years. I was ultimate with 10000 + rented refs. In my last year of neobux happened this: first i was baned from forum, wothout violating any point of their TOS. So i can not publicly complain about anything. Second, AVG of my refs dropped to 0.1 (even ordinary golden members have higher). Third – they have changed their TOS in a way, (changing expiration fee for rented refferal), that in the end i have to owe them money for rented refferals, i rented, and they do not click as per their so called “filters”. So i ended up with arround 3000 USD total loss and arround 1500 USD negative main ballanse. Neat for them, a? Cheaters are they. And i am not the only one ultimate they scammed like this. Observe their “public” forum and you will find atleast 20 ultimate accounts terminated this way. And this is only a fraction of all of the, since a lot of ultimate members did not publish their statistics, thus much easier to silence them. BIG FAT SCAM IS NEOBUX. DO NOT PUT YOUR MONEY THERE! Or, if you prefer, work for them for pennies. Your choice!

      Cheers

      • MARTHA ALEXIA PRO SRL MARTHA ALEXIA PRO SRL says:

        same problem with neobux…..is big scam ever…..ponzi scheme….i lost 2500 $

    • dawn says:

      You are correct. I never purchased in when I started, did get up to $90, I cashed out (that’s a joke, they charge you then Skrill charges you). At that time, I was making about .60-$1 a day. Once I cashed out, barely make .02 a day.

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