Friday, June 28, 2013

Their version....

Hello friends!

We received an email from Profit Clicking today. It is the "Must Read" Story about what has happened with Profit Clicking. They have wrote their version of the story with the following info:
- why did Profit Clicking close?
- where did the money in my account go?
- why was everything so complicated?
- is it important to know what happened?
- what is JustBeenPaid?
- why was the Profit Clicking site down a lot?
- what do I do now?

The email, of course, also tells us to put our money into Ad Click Xpress and tell everyone about it... blah blah blah... 
Inside the email you can find the link with their story:

The Story of Profit Clicking - a Must-Read for all Profit Clicking Members

First of all, you do not need to read or understand this document - you simply need to take advantage of your current situation and participate in Ad Click Xpress and use any funds from Profit Clicking provided to you over the next few weeks to strengthen your advertising success and commission earnings in Ad Click Xpress - the sky is the limit in Ad Click Xpress.

In any case, the following should outline in sufficient detail for most members what happened to Profit Clicking (PC) and why Ad Click Xpress (ACX) Owners decided to purchase it.

Here's the Story

The original, extremely successful and popular advertising and business opportunity called JustBeenPaid (JBP) started appealing to the masses in January 2010 and reached its peak in about August 2012. About this time, Frederick Mann decided to implement a much needed renovation - JustBeenPaid was to become the new Profit Clicking, with multiple income streams and more opportunities for everyone.

This plan could have worked magnificently, if not for some major factors that were beyond the control of the company, plus some major blunders that were admittedly, but unintentionally induced by the management of the company - and some of them are outlined below.

The Migration from JBP to PC when the site was not ready

JustBeenPaid analyzed its current situation and decided that out of an abundance of caution, it would be better to operate under Profit Clicking's business model; however, this huge task was to be completed much earlier than was originally expected.

The unexpected early migration began in July of 2012 into the new site, Profit Clicking. The site template was far from ready, as all programming needed to be put in place, which was not an easy task for a website with millions of members and millions of lines of code to rewrite, all while the program was still in full operation. The anticipated completion of becoming fully functional was projected to be only one to two months. When such a huge change in a business occurs, it is common procedure for larger businesses (like Profit Clicking) to examine and pass over numerous documents and legalities. Unfortunately, the time involved will always be multiplied when there are technical changes and improvements needed. In any case, the prediction of being back to 100% operation in a couple of months proved to be a huge understatement.

Management was not experienced with the indefinitely sustainable system

Part of this plan included new management, who were to bring about all the changes needed for this complete overhaul and coordinate all aspects of the Profit Clicking system.

As most people probably do not realize, the JustBeenPaid program had an extremely complex formula that made it so successful - only Frederick and a few people on the planet know what this mathematical configuration is and how it works.

The Profit Clicking management, while always having the best intentions, sincerely believed that they understood how to make the gears mesh as they should. Understanding the system would have fulfilled the plan to transform the JustBeenPaid's well-oiled machine into Profit Clicking. Unfortunately, the inexperienced management did not fully comprehend the system and some significant mistakes were made; in fact, some mistakes were overlooked for weeks or even months before they were realized.

The ProfitShift was not performed in a timely manner

The very most important component of the JustBeenPaid program was the Restart Feature, called the ProfitShift in Profit Clicking. This mechanism was put into place by Frederick Mann to make its aggressive compensation plan "indefinitely sustainable". This Restart Feature was proven to be extremely powerful and separated JustBeenPaid from all high yield business opportunities - they basically always failed after a few months, their members losing any compensation they were expecting to collect.

However, timing is extremely critical when initiating a Restart - triggering it too soon or too late could lead to devastating financial consequences. Frederick Mann knew how to use the restart in the most effective manner; however, PC Managers could not effectively manage these variables, which ultimately caused the system to become out of balance and no longer viable.

Negative press and the steady decline in sales

The migration of JustBeenPaid to Profit Clicking in September 2012 made members doubtful. Also Zeek Rewards was closed by U.S. Authorities, causing members to panic around the world. The ProfitShift of PC in November 2012, although necessary, caused even more adverse publicity. Sales of advertising and promotion of the business opportunity decreased dramatically. This resulted in members not being able to withdraw their commissions consistently, ultimately causing a downhill spiral.

Payment processor troubles

Even before the closing of Liberty Reserve in May 2013, ProfitClicking experienced major theft from some individuals associated within this payment processor. In addition, accounts of JustBeenPaid and PC were simply blocked without apparent reason. Alone this one payment processor, Liberty Reserve caused significant hardship and significantly decreased the ability of Profit Clicking to pay member commissions, to the tune of about ten million dollars.

Failed Premium System Due to Delayed Scheduling of ProfitShift

The second system in Profit Clicking, called the "Premium Ad Package System" was introduced and predicted to assist in paying the large commission backlog of the other, still operational "Basic Ad Package System". Although initially not accepted, the Premium Ad Packages became a huge hit and did the job to begin to rescue the Basic System, and revenues were then available to pay the members

However, the timing of when and how to perform a ProfitShift was again greatly miscalculated by management - there should have been a ProfitShift for the Premium System about three weeks earlier than when it indeed occurred. The inexperienced management was focusing on new features and income streams for the membership when they should have been paying attention to this most critical part of the system.

What now?

The ultimate result of the misfortunes mentioned above was for Profit Clicking to come to an end - but how to do this without causing suffering and hardship on the membership? Many members were expecting significant rebates and commissions from the system's compensation plan, but they simply never happened.

The new owners of the company, Ad Click Xpress have graciously agreed to honor those who still consider themselves to be "out of pocket" and treat the membership with the respect due to them, but in exchange for the entire Profit Clicking system - the member database, servers, the indefinitely sustainable software of Frederick Mann, and all key staff needed to run the operation.

Now, to ensure that mistakes of this magnitude are avoided in the future, Ad Click Xpress has agreed to retain Frederick Mann as their Senior Consultant for strategizing the success of the members and the company - millions will be able to survive and thrive in the new world, as a result of following Frederick's simple-to-work programs.

Let's Go!

We are grateful that so many of our members have been willing to follow Frederick's example, and not give up on dreams that are ultimately possible. Many companies have required restructuring in the last few years and are now some of the most successful companies in the world - General Motors is probably the one most are familiar with. The point is, don't be afraid to help ACX with your new advertising purchases - you are also helping the company on the way to the future and more importantly, you are building your own future.

Building wealth and happiness,

Your ACX Leadership Team
So the only "good" thing they are telling is that ACX is telling us that they will honor our money... but no one knows what this really means. Currently the money from our basic account is only good for purchasing views in the ACX traffic exchange. Only 10% can be used to purchase Ad Packs in ACX after spending money from your processor. 
They have not mentioned anything about what is going to happen with the money from the premium accounts... 
I have no decision to make about this:
  • If premium gives me money I can use to purchase Ad Packs in ACX I'll do so.
  • If premium gives me money I can use like the one we got from basic, I won't purchase Ad Packages in ACX.
Very simple. But I'm really annoyed by the fact that I've put $290 in JBP/PC and I've only been able to withdraw about $23 so I have a negative balance of $277. 

My thought: They should honor the money of members who have a negative balance. People who have earned profit or already broke even should be happy about their situation.



  1. They give us the same old bullshit... Your final idea is great,you should send them a ticket about it or something...

    1. Thanks for your comment, Eduard :)
      Would you be in this group of people?

    2. Of course,I invested about 800 $ in JBP, I managed to withdraw 100 $ in March this year,which I reinvested it in Premium...So my loss is still 800...

    3. Ok, thanks for sharing ;)
      I'll send a ticket to both PC and AD CLick Xpress.
      Maybe I should start some kind of unpaid member connection so we can do a bit more pressure to them :P

  2. they are dog.. making us fool again.. kutey kutey kutey.. spammers

  3. 1. Yeah Juan start the 'UNPAID MEMBER CONNECTION', i invested $830, i think we can get lots of responses, more-the-better, i know in theory we should be thinking there's no point, but in reality there is a point: 'we get our money back 100%' I THINK WE SHOULD USE positive-stAMINA, AND don't GIVE UP HOPE?

    2. this update we got today, states something about: 'where did the money in my account go?'
    if you read the actual-update, it does not really say anything, about where the monies gone, all i found was this:
    'Profit Clicking (PC) Basic System Funds
    are not eligible at this time, as they are
    not available funds, but expected earnings
    to be recovered by the anticipated success
    of ACX'

    does this mean start in ACX, and recoup your losses there, that NOT EVEN A SOLUTION, but more clever-tactics to add more money in ACX?

    3. you got premium account in PC, did premium-members also lose all their money.. or you waiting some-profit-shift to see results?

    1. Hello Aly!

      Yes, I think this would be a great Idea :P

      2. Yes, no one knows where the money has gone. And as we all know, the "honored" money is of no use in purchasing ad packs.

      3. I have a premium account and still waiting to see if we can get any money to purchase ad packs in ACX... still waiting....

  4. Juan this letter from Profit Clicking is the biggest joke of all, they have basically said the money has gone if you read between the lines, people are putting money into ACX in the hope of getting some return or at least their investment back, we need to stop them and prevent anymore people losing money.
    I have made a ticket to ACX and PC giving them the link to my blog so I expect my account will be deleted soon enough, I have said I will remove my blog if the answer the questions I have asked, I had $200 in Queue for withdrawal plus $200 more in my Premium Wallet and 78 active Premium Packs.
    Everyone do yourself a favor and Join Juan at Ad Hit Profit I did, find his link and join him it is the safest way to earn money and write anything you can to warn people about the ACX Ponzi Scam

  5. but have people lost money in premium accounts, before my other friend told me only members in basic lost not premium?

    1. I don't know... I still have not gotten any news about what is going to happen with the premium thing...

  6. If they were going to write a credible story they could have at least gathered the services of a professional copywriter.

    What a steaming mass of dog shit.

    These guys companies are all the same, just like the fable of the scorpion and the frog. A frog that is asked by the scorpion to carry it across the water. To allay the frog's suspicions, the scorpion argues that this would be safe since, if he stung the frog, both would drown. The frog agrees, but midway across the river the scorpion does indeed sting the frog. When asked the reason for his illogical action, the scorpion explains that this is simply his nature. It is in their nature to rip unsuspecting people off and steal their money.

    May every person reading this make sure others do not lose their money, like us who had initially participated have already.

    Cheers and have a good day.

  7. Hi Juan,
    I invested $2000 real money into JBP early last year. Kept buying ads, etc. but when tried to withdraw any money, I never could. Then the shift to PC, nothing was ever added to my PC panels.....never was able to withdraw a single cent, Had over 4000 basic ads, and now the final tally is 16 basic ads, and $5.67 in my wallet. Period. I can't even buy another ad!! What a crock this is! They want me to put more money in??? Yeah right!
    I would be happy to get my initial investment back, and write off the last 18 months to bad

    1. Ohh gosh! That's a huge amount of money...
      You probably tried to withdraw when it was already to late :( I cannot understand how they want the "old" members to put more money into this after all that we've been through.
      It would be really great if we could get back the money we put in.