Welcome to my PennyAdz review.
While PTC opportunities where you can get paid to click have gone down, you will find a new one that claims to offer you a great opportunity.
Now I have never been a fan of pay to click sites because 99 times out of a 100, they are not worth the time, pay less than a cent per click, and just all are not worth it.
However, with this company PennyAdz that is being advertised frequently at the moment are saying how they are innovative and bring something new to the table.
So naturally, I thought I would try them out and see if they are as good as they make out.
With that said, let’s get into this PennyAdz review, where I will tell you whether or not they pay if they are worth it, and most importantly, let’s know if they are a scam.
Table of Contents
PennyAdz Review Summary
- Owner: Unknown
- What Are They?: Pay To Click Site
- Cost: Free
- Verdict: Scam
- Recommended: No
What Is The PennyAdz App?
PennyAdz is a site that pays users in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland to watch ads.
It is what is labeled a PTC site where you will be gifted money for each advertisement you look at.
From reading the information on their site, they say countlessly that they extraordinary and different; however, with the pay they offer, they aren’t different from any other sites out there.
You will find good ones mind you like the PTC sites in this list, however, a great deal of them are just a waste of time.
Now PennyAdz arent an established company. They have only been around for a month.
While that aspect is fine, the site’s suspicious aspect is that there is no background info on the owners.
There are no reviews online, and since they have been around for a month and there are no payment proofs, it does give off new scam vibes.
How Does PennyAdz Work?
PennyAdz doesn’t work any different to other PTC sites, you sign up and make an account, look at which ads are in your dashboard and get paid for them.
There are two different accounts you can make: the advertiser one, and there is a member one.
The advertiser, one which just likes it suggests, allows you to advertise your business on the site.
Getting signed up is pretty straightforward and a quick process. You are required to fill in a page full of short details.
That includes a username and password for yourself, plus an email address.
You will also be asked for your PayPal email address as that is how you will be paid out, that is if PennyAdz do paid.
But once you have completed this list of details, you will need to lastly verify your email address by clicking on the link in the email that PennyAdz send to you.
How Do The Ads Work?
Once you have signed up you will see an ad tab at the top of the page.
This will show you how many ads you have available and once clicked you will be able to start growing the ads.
Similar to another site I reviewed recently in F-Frifty you aren’t shown various rates at which ads are valued at.
Instead, each ad as a fixed price of 1 cent each.
Amount the ads you get shown to fluctuate, I was only offered eight ads, which means an earning potential of only $0.08, which is far from overwhelming.
The Two Types Of Memberships
To join any reward site you shouldn’t be required to pay to earn.
While that isn’t the case where there is a premium membership in which they incentivize with the double payouts on ads.
So instead of being paid 1 cent for an ad, you will get 2 cents instead, which isn’t a massive improvement.
However, when you hear that this membership costs $59 as a one time upfront cost, this is something to avoid at all costs.
Along with the bonus in payouts, you also get 2 cents per click for referrals instead of the usual 1 cent.
But all in all its not worth it and not something I can recommend to you.
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The referral program is another opportunity to make money.
However, it is far from lucrative as the rates are quite low.
For every referral who clicks on an ad, you will get $0.01 per click.
The good aspect of the referral program is that unlike with referring people to other sites that offer opportunities like surveys and offers is that clicking on ads is so easy.
So if you have ten referrals, you could quickly get $1 from all of them going through the ads.
However, most of this is irrelevant if the company doesn’t pay, which seems to be the case so far with PennyAdz.
How Do They Pay?
PennyAdz claims to offer payouts to all members once they have reached $10.
That is technically $5 for the first one as you get the $5 bonus at the start, but with the lack of earning opportunities, it’s going to be a tall order to getting to this threshold.
If you can get to this amount and if PennyAdz fulfills there promises, you may get your money within 2 -7 days of a request.
1. Fake Testimonials
One thing I noticed is on the website they have a few testimonials from people who have apparently been using PennyAdz to get traffic to there businesses.
However, I came across one testimonial which looked rather suspicious.
As you can see by the screenshot below they say they have been using the site for 2 months and getting good results. This is where I have caught them out as the website has only been online for 1 month, which means only one thing.
PennyAdz is paying people to write fake testimonials or are writing them themselves.
This is one big red flag that PennyAdz isn’t a site to use or trust with these lies they are coming out with,
2. No Proofs Of Payouts
Now, this isn’t exactly a bad thing; after all, PennyAdz as only been around for a month.
So you can’t expect a lot of payment proofs to come through.
However, when you look at the last issue of fake testimonials, it doesn’t look convincing, and I wouldn’t be surprised if no one gets paid.
Having proof of payouts is vital as it shows that a company pays or not, so until I see one, I won’t be able to give the green light.
For the time being, I would be cautious, and if you are to use this site, don’t invest all your time into it, and I don’t advise getting any of the memberships.
3. Lack Of Ads And Earning Opportunities
The last final red flag I will be going over in this PennyAdz review is the real lack of opportunities.
If we ignore the inevitable that PennyAdz looks to be another scam, the opportunities they offer are inferior.
To get paid, you need at least $10 in your account.
However, with only eight ads being given to you at the start, it seems like it will take months to get to that threshold.
You can add the bonus money of $5; however, you still have to earn another $4.92 to get paid, which seems like a stretch.
When I look at reward sites, I keep an eye out for what is on offer.
As at the end of the day, this is what is going to get you paid out, and if there isn’t much there, your efforts may be in vain.
It is easy to jump to the conclusion of PennyAdz not being legit.
Based on what I have seen and found from doing this PennyAdz review, I am going to have to say that this site is a no go.
Earlier I found several red flags; however, while all three are wrong, the first one of fake testimonials is shocking as it shows that they are liars and are not being truthful.
Not too far behind is the red flag of not having any background information of the owners.
You have no clue who you are giving your money too for the memberships and also no clue who is paying you out.
Unfortunately, this lack of transparency with PennyAdz doesn’t fill me with faith, so I don’t recommend them.