Sunday, June 1, 2014

New From Legacy

Legacyclix is a new Paid to Click program, launched on December 4, 2013. There is a lot of hype about this site, since it has been recommended from the TimTech guys (the owners of Nerdbux). TimTech does not own LegacyClix, they are just promoting the site. Legacyclix is also owned by a team coming from the Traffic exchange industry. The owners of Legacyclix are Marcus Wahl, Ken Locatelli and Rodney Hage. They also own a few traffic exchange programs (LegacyHitsSocialadsurf and NinjaSurf) and other advertising programs. Now with the launching of Legacyclix they are entering the PTC industry. Members of Legacyclix can earn by viewing advertisements and completing signup offers. As a new PTC program, Legacyclix will be placed on our New Sites list for a test period of at least a year.

Daily Payments – Payments to members are processed daily, within an hour after being requested (as per their FAQ). Usually, you will receive your payment within 24 hours of request.
Fixed Minimum Payout – You can request payment as soon as you reach at least $4.00 in your account balance. The minimum payout is fixed and does not increase after each cash out, and this is a good thing, there is no stepped cash out system or high minimum payout requirements.
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Affiliate System – You can refer up to 100 new members to Legacyclix. It’s not unlimited, but 100 direct referrals should be a solid referral base that will help you to increase your daily earnings.
Free Worldwide service – There are no registration restrictions, people from all over the world can join as a member for free. Users can make money without having to invest any money to get started.
Forum – They have a forum. In our opinion, a PTC site should have a forum. The forum is a place where members and staff can communicate with each other. Members can post their success stories or doubts, post payment proofs, share the experience that they had with the site, ask for support and stay informed about the recent changes made to the site. Usually, on the forum you can notice the first signs if something is wrong. If members complain about non-payments or payment delays, then most likely the site is experiencing problems