We cannot stress this enough. There is no easy way to make money. And there is no risk-free investment. If this were the case, everyone would be filthy rich, and 9-5 jobs would be a thing of the past.

Yes, regulatory bodies issue sanctions against companies that do not act in the best interests of the consumers. But you are better safe than sorry. You should know the platforms to avoid and detect when an investment opportunity is a sham.

In this review, we will focus on an unusual method of making money that you have probably come across – banner ads investments. At a glance, it seems like an easy way to make some money, but is it genuine?

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We start on a negative note. The founder or company behind is unknown. This strange anonymity should be enough to conclude this review, but we will keep digging. provides a platform that makes it possible for anyone to participate in online advertising without any skills in the field. You can create and launch a campaign in minutes, and allegedly start making money.

You have to be a member to buy ad banners, which will cost you a truckload of money. offers five membership tiers – Starter, Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Diamond. The least you can pay is $250, while the top membership goes for $25,000.

As we will see in this review, this is a high cost to pay for the headache the advertising platform will cause you.

PackagesHow do Sites Like Work?

Here is how the banner ad ‘investment’ supposedly works. claims to provide a funding platform for companies seeking to make online advertisements but lack the money.

As an investor, you help the businesses fund their online advertising. In return, you earn a sizeable share of the profits generated from clicks and sales. The company provides the products, and you give the money for advertising.

According to, all you need to do is buy banner advertising, create a campaign depending on your budget, and the bucks will come trickling in.

Can We Trust this Advertising Deal?

We agree there are many types of investments. But the model behind banner ad investments does not add up.

To start with, it’s hard to think of a company that would leave the task of creating an online campaign to a stranger with no experience in sales or marketing. That is downright outrageous and obviously a big scam.

Secondly, as an investor, you cannot tell where the ads are placed, and if it’s the best location to reach the target market. There is also no way to verify how many sales are made as a result of the ads. And this makes it easy for to manipulate the conditions for its benefit.

Knowing that most people are likely to doubt this arrangement, has created a marketplace that has what appear to be legitimate banners.

MarketplaceInvestors can choose the ads that they think will bring in the most profits. The banners cost as much as $3,000, depending on the number of impressions. But again, how can you be sure that you will get the impressions that you buy?

The Red Flags: Why You Cannot Trust

The excessively high membership fees combined with the high cost of buying the banners should be enough to keep you away from  But there are a few more reasons to stay clear of this hoax.

1. It is too Sweet a Deal

In addition to the unusual and suspicious method of operation, claims to make it possible to get the initial investment by reselling your ads. And if you are lucky enough, you can resell at a profit.

So, you earn part of the profits from the business you choose to fund, and still get your initial investment back plus additional profit?

It is too good to be true. These kinds of enticing deals are common among scam dealers seeking to attract unsuspecting investors.

2. Frustrating Withdrawals

Most scam investments make it seem like you are making money. And this encourages you to top up your investment. But when it’s time to make your withdrawal, the games begin.

This is the case with

Your dashboard will show that you have profits, but it remains to be a mere figure. Any attempt to make a withdrawal will result in a back and forth with the customer service team.

3. Request for Personal Information

Besides never getting your money, will request for personal details during the withdrawal request such as:

  • A copy of a valid passport or identity card
  • A copy of the card you are using to make the transaction, front and backside
  • A copy of a recent utility bill

Personal informationFor a company that provides no background information about itself, this is a tad too much to ask for. And it is risky to provide such sensitive personal information to people you do not know.

4. Scam Report at Better Business Bureau (BBB)

Click2Sell scamA look at the BBB’s scam tracker reveals this scam report about

The victim lost $30,000 to the scam.

What Market Reviews Say About

Here are some reviews about on TrustPilot, a trusted review website. The testimonies confirm that is in the words of this reviewer ‘a total scam.’

Click2Sell reviewThis other customer opens our eyes to another tactic used by It uses misleading ads that, when a user clicks, leads back to It then pushes you into investing, and once you give in, you never get to see your money again.

Almost caught Review: The Verdict

It is clear – is a scam for several reasons:

  • The business model is unreasonable
  • Withdrawals do not get through despite the membership fees being extravagant
  • There is no background information provided
  • There are numerous condemning testimonies by victims of the scam
  • The request for customer’s personal information is shady

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