Is Seven Dollar PTC a Scam? 7 Dollar PTC Review

Is Seven Dollar PTC a Scam? What is it, and what does PTC stand for? Find out this and more in this 7 Dollar PTC review!

How PTC Works

What is PTC? PTC stands for Paid To Click. There ais seven dollar ptc a scamre websites that will pay you to click on ads or links and visit websites. They get money from the website owners for sending you to their website. They give some of that money to you.

It’s a pretty legit business model, but the problem for website owners and advertisers is that the people who will be visiting their websites will not at all be interested in the website content. This is because those visitors are only clicking on the links and ads in order to earn money from the PTC site.

Therefore, website owners are not willing to pay a lot of money in order for their ad or website to be featured on the PTC site. Since the quality of their website visitors is very low (the visitors probably won’t even bother reading the website content), they have to make up for it with quantity — by getting A LOT of website visitors, so that at least some people will buy their product after viewing their ad.

Thus, advertisers pay very little in order to get thousands of clicks and website visitors. Since the PTC site can only pay you a little of the money they themselves are getting from the advertisers, you can only earn a little money for every time you click on a link or ad.

In fact, it is common to earn less than a cent per click on PTC sites. Some sites will pay you a cent or two, but that’s about how high it goes.

Seven Dollar PTC — Can You Really Earn $7 Per Click?

Based on what we explained above, it is impossible to earn $7 per click on a PTC site. This is because not one advertiser would be foolish enough to spend that much money on such low-quality advertising.

Just think about it: Would you pay a PTC site $7+ just to get one worthless click to your site? Just one worthless visitor who will leave right away, because all they want is to earn money by clicking on your link? Of course not. Neither would anyone else. For just 10 worthless visitors, you will have spent more than $70.

Thus, 7 Dollar PTC MUST be a scam.

But… How Do They Pull It Off?

7 dollar ptc reviewHow does 7 Dollar PTC pull off this scam? Well, the answer is simple. First of all, they say you have to have earned at least $7,000 in order to get paid. That is a ridiculous amount. Once you do actually reach a balance of seven thousand dollars, 7 Dollar PTC will find an excuse not to pay you. They will claim that you used fraudulent contact information, or that they noticed suspicious activity on your account, or any other excuse, and you will not get the money.

Even more: I actually clicked on several ads and links, and nothing was credited to my account. My balance is still empty. I waited the required 60 seconds to view each ad, but nothing happened. This was last week, and my balance is still empty. You can see this in the screenshot.

So, Is Seven Dollar PTC a Scam? Can It Really Be True?

Of course it’s a scam! Don’t fall for outrageous and ridiculous claims of being able to make such easy money online. It just doesn’t make any sense; just use your brain!

In addition, 7 Dollar PTC will try to get more money from you by asking you to upgrade to a “premium account,” so that you can get more opportunities to click on ads that you will not get paid for.

Also, don’t fall for their “payment proofs.” Anyone can create a fake list of payments. Also, each of their “payments” on their payment proof list is $7,000, and not one is $7,007 or $7,014 or something similar. It’s obvious that it’s fake.

Don’t fall for this. It just can’t be true. Instead, check out these recommended ways of making money online; they are legit and I use them myself.

11 Comments

  1. Merry

    Thanks for the informative post,Ben. It is always more than helpful to know who is out there doing the scamming. They are such despicable people and put such a bad taste in the mouths of those searching for something real.

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Merry,

      Yeah, always got to watch out for people who want your money 🙁

      All the best,

      Ben

      Reply
  2. JoAnne

    Hi Ben

    Thanks for the heads up and great review, I have yet to come across this one. Great that you took the time to check into it for yourself.

    I am a firm believer of Wealthy Affiliate myself but I am always looking for new opportunities to grow my business. As PTC is not something I have looked into thus far, are there any that you would recommend that work and are worth looking into?

    Thanks again for your personal insight on this product.

    Cheers
    Jo

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Joanne,

      Why not take a look at this list of recommended programs? They are all programs that I myself use and enjoy.

      You can also take a look at this list of legit programs, though not all of them are recommended.

      All the best,

      Ben

      Reply
  3. Craig

    Hi there, so you have to click 1000 times to get $1? That’s crazy. You have to be careful with these so-called money making schemes. I had some experience with doing surveys online, Survey Savvy, Opinion Outpost, etc but I could never qualify for decent surveys. Do you have experience with any survey sites that are worthwhile?

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Craig,

      With many PTC sites, you do often get just a tenth of a cent per click, so you do indeed have to do that. However, if you read my review fully, you will see that this company, 7 Dollar PTC, promises $7 per click. It’s a scam — read the review to see why.

      All the best,

      Ben

      Reply
  4. Panu

    Good for you to spend time testing these. I have dabbled with PTC sites in the past I have gotten bored way before earning anything payable.

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Panu,

      Yeah, it’s a problem with all PTC sites, even legit ones. But this is a total scam.

      All the best,

      Ben

      Reply
  5. Nikos

    There are so many scams out there offering to make you rich in a month and nonsense like that. It’s a good thing you write reviews about these stuff so people will know what to do and not fall for these frauds.

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Nikos,

      Thank you 🙂

      Reply
  6. Jacob Schilling

    Interesting review, you had me thinking that it might not be a scan at first, glad I read the other half, didn’t really think about the possibility of them wagering on the impossible to make $7,000.

    I’m big into Wealthy Affiliate, but I am considering trying swagbucks because I can’t bring my computer to work, but I can bring my phone, so I thought about possibly making some side cash with swagbucks whenever I’m not busy at work, would you recommend Swagbucks for the purpose of making side cash?
    Thanks for your review Ben!

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Jacob,

      Usually I don’t recommend Swagbucks. However, if you have free time which you would otherwise spend on reading the news on your smartphone or watching youtube videos or texting, then why not? It doesn’t hurt.

      By the way, there are many apps that help you make money on your smartphone by doing things like watching videos and viewing ads. Just a thought.

      All the best,

      Ben

      Reply

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