ClickSure.com working?

by phuongtn 108 replies
Hi guys,

I've just opened an account at Clicksure.com.
Does anyone get paid from Clicksure.com?


Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Going Up
    I heard it first time. Try Above Max Affiliate Network, have great email submit and dating offers and pay on time
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  • Profile picture of the author mtmjohn
    Originally Posted by phuongtn View Post

    Hi guys,

    I've just opened an account at Clicksure.com.
    Does anyone get paid from Clicksure.com?


    Thanks
    Never heard about it. No phone number listed in their contact page...

    I'd suggest you read this thread (http://www.warriorforum.com/ad-netwo...a-network.html), go through the check list that mentioned in the post and do some due diligence before joining any affiliate network.

    All the best
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  • Profile picture of the author DoubleIT
    Seems new. And no information can be found on their help section too.
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    • Profile picture of the author ClickSure
      For those of you who aren’t already aware, ClickSure.com is a new network very similar to ClickBank.com. Affiliate payouts range from 5%-80% rev share (no CPA).

      Affiliates are paid via wire two weeks out, then weekly on every Thursday. E.g. Sales from Mon 1st to Sun 2nd are held for two weeks, and then paid out on Thurs 25th with a 20% reserve for 6 months.

      Feel free to contact our support team at ClickSureSupport.com if you have any other questions.

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      • Profile picture of the author mrsphantom
        Originally Posted by ClickSure View Post

        For those of you who aren’t already aware, ClickSure.com is a new network very similar to ClickBank.com. Affiliate payouts range from 5%-80% rev share (no CPA).

        Affiliates are paid via wire two weeks out, then weekly on every Thursday. E.g. Sales from Mon 1st to Sun 2nd are held for two weeks, and then paid out on Thurs 25th with a 20% reserve for 6 months.

        Feel free to contact our support team at ClickSureSupport.com if you have any other questions.

        The ClickSure Team
        I requested 2 refunds in May and have not yet received them back into my account. Please advise
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        • Profile picture of the author ClickSure
          Originally Posted by Jennie Heckel View Post

          FYI

          I tried to launch a new product launch on Clicksure about a month ago.

          Went through their song and dance to get the codes for payment and they NEVER told me or my client that it would take 1 MONTH to get my product launch approved and then they are 3 MONTHS behind on approvals!

          So stay far far away...
          Hi

          We are a fairly new company in what is an extremely demanding niche (payment processing). For that reason, we have to ensure that our growth is stable and sensible to ensure that our current and future clients have a safe and reliable platform to use.

          Because the ClickSure platform is good, we have been extremely busy and have taken on a lot of products/vendors in a very short space of time. We feel that it would be unwise to expand faster than we are doing as it would put an unnecessary strain on the platform in its early stages. We could, if we chose to, approve every product that approached us and not care about maintaining a stable platform. However, in the long run that would benefit absolutely no-one.

          Yes, this is a pain now if you are waiting for a product to be approved, but its not a reason to "stay far far away". Its completely the opposite. We are growing at a sensible rate because we want to be able to be a long-term player in a niche that is largely dominated by just a couple of platforms. If we can bring a bit more diversity to that niche then it is good for everyone, so whilst I do understand that its frustrating, I would ask that you also understand where we are coming from, and that in the long run it will be better for everyone.

          Thanks
          Dave

          Originally Posted by TrafficBot View Post

          One thing I dont like is they lock your payment information once you initially set it up. I sent them an email to unlock my payment information because my banking details changed and I have yet to hear from them for 2 weeks. I'm holding my breath that they upgrade their affiliate manager department.
          Hello,

          If you haven't heard a response for two weeks, then I am not sure that your message has either come through or the reply has not been received (gone into junk etc). Our response times on support are definitely not that long If you send me a PM then I will try and help you out.

          Thanks
          Dave

          Originally Posted by mrsphantom View Post

          I requested 2 refunds in May and have not yet received them back into my account. Please advise
          Hi

          As per my response above, if you haven't received a reply from support then they havent got your message or the response has gone to junk. If you have had a reply saying you will be refunded, then you will have been refunded. If you want to then you can drop me a PM

          Thanks
          Dave
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          • Profile picture of the author aaaa33030
            See post: http://www.warriorforum.com/ad-netwo...ml#post6558731

            I will also send you a pm.

            When will I be paid?




            Originally Posted by ClickSure View Post

            Hi

            We are a fairly new company in what is an extremely demanding niche (payment processing). For that reason, we have to ensure that our growth is stable and sensible to ensure that our current and future clients have a safe and reliable platform to use.

            Because the ClickSure platform is good, we have been extremely busy and have taken on a lot of products/vendors in a very short space of time. We feel that it would be unwise to expand faster than we are doing as it would put an unnecessary strain on the platform in its early stages. We could, if we chose to, approve every product that approached us and not care about maintaining a stable platform. However, in the long run that would benefit absolutely no-one.

            Yes, this is a pain now if you are waiting for a product to be approved, but its not a reason to "stay far far away". Its completely the opposite. We are growing at a sensible rate because we want to be able to be a long-term player in a niche that is largely dominated by just a couple of platforms. If we can bring a bit more diversity to that niche then it is good for everyone, so whilst I do understand that its frustrating, I would ask that you also understand where we are coming from, and that in the long run it will be better for everyone.

            Thanks
            Dave



            Hello,

            If you haven't heard a response for two weeks, then I am not sure that your message has either come through or the reply has not been received (gone into junk etc). Our response times on support are definitely not that long If you send me a PM then I will try and help you out.

            Thanks
            Dave



            Hi

            As per my response above, if you haven't received a reply from support then they havent got your message or the response has gone to junk. If you have had a reply saying you will be refunded, then you will have been refunded. If you want to then you can drop me a PM

            Thanks
            Dave
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      • Profile picture of the author ftrader
        I purchased 2 products through Clicksure on 8/12/12. Up to now I have not received any emails from Clicksure regarding details of my purchase including download link for the products. I've sent a few emails to support but no response up to now. When I buy through Clickbank, I immediately received my receipts via email with product link. So now, I can't do anything with the products I pruchased since I do not have the link. What is going on? I will probably think twice when I am thinking about buying a product through clicksure. If I wanted a refund, I am not sure if I will get it. WIth Clickbank, I know I will get a refund quickly, without questions asked.
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  • Profile picture of the author winnerman
    mtmjohn, you have a great resurce there!
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    • Profile picture of the author izziwhizzi
      Also just signed for ClickSure.

      Note reply by ClickSure 'new' member in this thread promoting their 'services' -- but would observe
      (1) Currently very few products on offer (I saw 4 unless I was missing something else)
      and
      (2) None of the sign up pages (for bank details etc) are https -- which seems unacceptable
      and
      (3) Support nav link was broken (I have reported this to them) due to silly code error that should have been spotted before going public.

      This is a sophisticated website set-up if it is only for phishing purposes - BUT if real they need to get their act together pretty quick to maintain any new-affiliate confidence -- IMHO.

      izzi
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  • Profile picture of the author CTonline09
    contact details for the company are below:

    Registrant:
    Click Sure Ltd
    54-56 Lace Market House
    Nottingham NG1 1HW
    United Kingdom

    Registered through: Go Daddy
    Domain Name: CLICKSURE.COM
    Created on: 25-Apr-03
    Expires on: 25-Apr-13
    Last Updated on: 02-Jul-11

    Administrative Contact:
    Support, Domain
    Click Sure Ltd
    54-56 Lace Market House
    Nottingham NG1 1HW
    United Kingdom
    +44.1159338339 Fax -- +44.1159338339

    The Companies House details below are different from the registration of the domain name which isn't uncommon but if you need them there below.

    Name & Registered Office:
    CLICK SURE LTD
    10 THE TRIANGLE
    NG2 BUSINESS PARK
    NOTTINGHAM
    NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
    ENGLAND
    NG2 1AE
    Company No. 07687623

    Registered in the UK with companies house

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  • Profile picture of the author Tezzsun
    If its new, it may fail and i saw that they had no number meaning no contact to you meaning they can escape with your money.

    Avoid and wait to see what happens
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  • Profile picture of the author eedriyz
    Originally Posted by phuongtn View Post

    Hi guys,

    I've just opened an account at Clicksure.com.
    Does anyone get paid from Clicksure.com?


    Thanks
    Never heard about them. Try CpaBeyond
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    • Profile picture of the author ClickSure
      Hello,

      As mentioned, we are still a new company and are taking things slowly, so it’s interesting to read feedback – good or bad.

      To address a couple of concerns/give you some insight into where we are coming from and what we are looking to achieve;

      We don’t have a vast majority of products for affiliates to promote. This is correct, but doesn’t reflect a lack of demand or ‘hope marketing’ as has been suggested. In pre-launch we had over 500 new product submissions alone. However, as you can imagine in the digital product niche, organising and setting up processing for a site like ClickSure is not a simple task, and has only been possible thanks to a lot of industry experience in our management team. Once processing was in place, it would be very easy for us to just accept all comers and process away. However, if we took that attitude, we would be putting our processing at risk from the start. We don’t believe that we can be an overnight competitor to ClickBank. Our approach is to take things slowly and manage our accounts with a view to creating long term stability. ClickSure has taken many, many month of development, and we have no interest in essentially wasting it by thinking that we are something we are not, or by having the attitude that we are invincible. This is a very tough market, but we are going to take things slowly and we hope in the long run that we will be able to grow and become a major player in the digital product industry.

      Thanks
      The ClickSure Team
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  • Profile picture of the author raleigh
    Good to hear that the company is not adamant to feedbacks and from theeir website, things are looking promising. I have signed up and yes, I find that there are few products there as compared to clickbank. . . but hey, being a new player I should expect that new products would be available as the days go by.

    I would give clicksure the benefit of the doubt here as I can see a silver lining with the company. . . I just hope that improvements would be made with regard to the available products and services. I just can't give any concrete feedback on Clicksure as I have only just begun using them. . . I would give you guys further information and feedback once I have fully utilize their services.
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  • Profile picture of the author Arroway
    I actually tested them over the last few days, but the site just went offline. Could be the server, but it looks like a scam to me.

    Edit: Okay, the site has been up and down, so it's apparently just a server problem.

    I still don't trust the platform, it's too new, little and unknown.
    I currently got $424 on my affiliate account with them. If and when I get paid, I'll write it in this thread.

    Allen
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    • Profile picture of the author ClickSure
      Hello

      We have had a bit of downtime this evening as one of our database servers went down for a short while which affected the site. Our tech team was onto this pretty much straight away, and the site is now back up and running.

      FYI, ClickSure has been up and processing for a few months now, I know it's only just started to be picked up on here but we have paid out quite a lot in affiliate commissions etc to date

      Thanks
      The ClickSure Team
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    • Profile picture of the author Haris Tahic
      Originally Posted by Arroway View Post

      I actually tested them over the last few days, but the site just went offline. Could be the server, but it looks like a scam to me.

      Edit: Okay, the site has been up and down, so it's apparently just a server problem.

      I still don't trust the platform, it's too new, little and unknown.
      I currently got $424 on my affiliate account with them. If and when I get paid, I'll write it in this thread.

      Allen
      We're still waiting for your response.
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      • Profile picture of the author darthtrader
        This is my first post on this forum. I found this post googling clicksure trying to find out more about it. I just tried to purchase something from someone that is using clicksure.com to process the transaction, and my bank stopped the transaction. When I called my bank to find out why, they said clicksure is located in china, and that they (the bank) have had problems with this site.

        Now, as much as I would like to do business with people in china, unfortunately the scammers from china imho outweigh my preference for risk, and for now, I would rather just say no to attempting transactions from that country. Also, I find it interesting that the whois information for this site mentioned in an earlier post shows the UK. That is just not being honest imo. Hope this helps.
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        • Profile picture of the author ClickSure
          Originally Posted by darthtrader View Post

          This is my first post on this forum. I found this post googling clicksure trying to find out more about it. I just tried to purchase something from someone that is using clicksure.com to process the transaction, and my bank stopped the transaction. When I called my bank to find out why, they said clicksure is located in china, and that they (the bank) have had problems with this site.

          Now, as much as I would like to do business with people in china, unfortunately the scammers from china imho outweigh my preference for risk, and for now, I would rather just say no to attempting transactions from that country. Also, I find it interesting that the whois information for this site mentioned in an earlier post shows the UK. That is just not being honest imo. Hope this helps.
          Hi,

          This is because we use multiple banks all over the globe - the bank location for transactions will be different to the ClickSure company location.

          Thanks
          Dave
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        • Profile picture of the author jbsanchez
          Originally Posted by darthtrader View Post

          This is my first post on this forum. I found this post googling clicksure trying to find out more about it. I just tried to purchase something from someone that is using clicksure.com to process the transaction, and my bank stopped the transaction. When I called my bank to find out why, they said clicksure is located in china, and that they (the bank) have had problems with this site.

          Now, as much as I would like to do business with people in china, unfortunately the scammers from china imho outweigh my preference for risk, and for now, I would rather just say no to attempting transactions from that country. Also, I find it interesting that the whois information for this site mentioned in an earlier post shows the UK. That is just not being honest imo. Hope this helps.
          Clicksure is not located in China, but their credit card processing company is affiliated with online gambling, so the US Government has forced VISA/MASTERCARD to flag any company that is in any way associated with gambling. Not only will ALL TRANSACTIONS be blocked, but your credit card account is in jeopardy of being shut down permanently.
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          • Profile picture of the author leina79
            Originally Posted by jbsanchez View Post

            Clicksure is not located in China, but their credit card processing company is affiliated with online gambling, so the US Government has forced VISA/MASTERCARD to flag any company that is in any way associated with gambling. Not only will ALL TRANSACTIONS be blocked, but your credit card account is in jeopardy of being shut down permanently.
            No wonder I was having problems in buying the products sold via Clicksure. It keeps on showing 'Payment Failed, your card has not been charged' everytime I try to purchase. I contacted my card provider and they told me nothing wrong with my card. I can purchase internationally and have purchased products through paypal and clickbank with no hassle. I contacted Clicksure and they can only tell me to clear cookies and try different browser. I followed their advice and still having the same problem. Contacted them again, but they couldn't do anything and support ticket-closed.
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  • Profile picture of the author benq99
    Never used them, so I'm not sure about them. Always google "network name + scam" and that will show you some proof from other people.
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  • Profile picture of the author BTB
    It's funny how many people say they want to have alternatives to whats available.

    An alternative to clickbank comes out and everyone persecutes them before even giving them a chance.

    I just joined, I don't know if they are any good or not but I am willing to give it a chance and see.

    I bet if some one released a WSO about how awesome it is, everyone here would be joining left and right with out hesitation.

    They are fairly new so growing pains will be there, but give them a chance to grow into a real alternative, or stop complaining that there are no alternatives.
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  • Profile picture of the author rangevolk
    Thanks for your feedback.Will give a try and post my progress in this thread.As an entrepreneur,taking risks is one of the major factor in been successful.
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  • Profile picture of the author TrafficBot
    I sure hope they expand payment options. International wire transfers can be problemmatic with some US bank accounts as I am from the US. I m sure paypal can be a pain in the ass but Clicksure needs to give affiliates more options. I deal with anotherUK based affiliate network and they use moneybookers so I hope Clicksure reads this post and possibly considers them as well. Nevertheless, it appears many of the big Clickbank marketers have gathered some steam with Mike Auton's One Minute Commissions launch doing extremely well on Clicksure. It appears a lot of other big marketers are following suit over the next weeks and months. I do hope Clicksure becomes an alternative to Clickbank for many reasons we marketers know all too well.
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    • Profile picture of the author ClickSure
      Hi

      We will add more payment options as we grow. We are wary about using PayPal at the moment, but MoneyBookers is certainly an viable option.

      With regards to wires, we have very, very few problems with them, and they are usually credited to most peoples accounts within a couple of days max.

      Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author TrafficBot
    Thanks for the prompt response. Good to know you are reading user feedback. Another issue I currently have is that I am unable to access Marketplace when I am logged in. When I click on Marketplace after loggin in 2 options show up

    1) affiliate sign-up( I'm already signed in)
    2) seller sign-up

    It appears you need "Already an affliate? sign in here" button to resolve this issue in your platform.
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    we have not heard of them before.
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  • Profile picture of the author cup243
    Let's see if Arroway can verify they are legit.
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  • Profile picture of the author codingku
    Never heard it
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  • Profile picture of the author locmanis
    I think this is new networ, and I don't want to join
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  • Profile picture of the author marketwarrior06
    Banned
    I haven't seen any kind of rating in Affapaying or WOT or somewhere else. so i think avoiding this network is better
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  • Profile picture of the author prismkuet
    Hearing for the first time. What they said, that they are new company. Answering visitors response is a nice and promising one for sure. But, before joining, I'll wait to hear some success story.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jennie Heckel
    FYI

    I tried to launch a new product launch on Clicksure about a month ago.

    Went through their song and dance to get the codes for payment and they NEVER told me or my client that it would take 1 MONTH to get my product launch approved and then they are 3 MONTHS behind on approvals!

    So stay far far away...
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  • Profile picture of the author TrafficBot
    One thing I dont like is they lock your payment information once you initially set it up. I sent them an email to unlock my payment information because my banking details changed and I have yet to hear from them for 2 weeks. I'm holding my breath that they upgrade their affiliate manager department.
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  • Profile picture of the author mydream111
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    i have not worked with clicksure till now but i have heard about it that it is pretty good .
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    • Profile picture of the author radrusky
      I also attempted to purchase two separate products via my debit card that were processed through ClickSure, but was denied. The first time I simply figured it was due to being an international transaction, so I simply used another card. But when it happened again a few days later, I became curious and called my bank.

      It turns out that the transactions are coming across tagged as "online gaming" from China. Not only did the bank deny those transactions... they blocked my card from accepting ANY purchases going forward!

      Once they explained the situation, they unblocked my account, but said they can't do anything about allowing these type of purchases to be approved and if I try to make an attempt again using ClickSure, the system will block my entire account again. (I guess some banks are more strict than others.)

      Is there anything you can do to prevent the purchases coming across using the "online gaming" descriptor?
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      • Profile picture of the author radrusky
        Something else worth mentioning...
        The actual price charged on the card is slightly different than the purchase price, due to currency exchange rates. (I know this is written on the payment receipt from ClickSure, but some people may not read that and wonder why.)

        So, for example, my $27 purchase ended up coasting $27.50 and my $19 purchase resulted in a charge of $19.36. Not a big deal, but certainly worth mentioning so that you factor that in if you are a seller considering using ClickSure, as you may end up getting some upset buyers complaining to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author pzoliweb
    I haven't worked with Clicksure till now but I have heard about only good about this program!
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    • Profile picture of the author Giner
      Well my experience is that they not only withdrew more than the total on each invoice (which came to $2.30, not a lot, but frustrating, but also since it was 3 invoices it totally confused me because...

      The worst though is that they ALSO made 3 extra withdrawals of $19.49 $204.02 and $202.01 from my bank account for which they sent me NO invoice or communication at all.

      I was not even aware of it because it didn't show up for several days and not all at once either.

      Anyway, my total purchases were $315.... but $544.50 was taken out of my account.

      I was within my trial period on all the products when I began trying to deal with them and wanted completely refunded. They took their time... and so far I've only seen $204.68 back in my account... and it's been 3 1/2 weeks. Tonight they just told me I'm getting another $17.00 refunded. Why is it so slow and disorganized?

      There's no phone or email address to communicate with them, so you're at their mercy. Right now I'm trying to get them to make me a report of all the order #'s, totals, amounts withdrawn, and refunds. I hope they keep talking to me and we get this ironed out. I hope I get it all back!!!!!
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      • Profile picture of the author rachelsranch
        A product came across through Clicksure this morning so I decided to try it out to see the customer experience. Not good! The first card was denied. The second card was denied. Got a fraud call from the bank that confirmed what was said above and that my account was locked up completely until they talked with me to approve it. Now my account is okay but haven't received any receipt or download info from Clicksure or the seller.

        When each card was denied, I got a notice from Clicksure admitting that this happens often and that I should call my bank and have them open the account to foreign charges, and then make the order again. Really?

        Do I really want my customers to have to go through this? How many will say, "Forget it!" I know I did! The hassle and danger with Chinese bank processors is just not worth the risk, IMHO, nor the hassle.
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        • Profile picture of the author TrafficBot
          Originally Posted by rachelsranch View Post

          A product came across through Clicksure this morning so I decided to try it out to see the customer experience. Not good! The first card was denied. The second card was denied. Got a fraud call from the bank that confirmed what was said above and that my account was locked up completely until they talked with me to approve it. Now my account is okay but haven't received any receipt or download info from Clicksure or the seller.

          When each card was denied, I got a notice from Clicksure admitting that this happens often and that I should call my bank and have them open the account to foreign charges, and then make the order again. Really?

          Do I really want my customers to have to go through this? How many will say, "Forget it!" I know I did! The hassle and danger with Chinese bank processors is just not worth the risk, IMHO, nor the hassle.

          This really explains why my Clicksure sales have evaporated into thin air. This definitely spells trouble for affiliates.
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  • Profile picture of the author aaaa33030
    Clicksure is where Anthony Morrison and other creators of ebusiness and affiliate marketing clickbank products have moved to.

    It seems that most of the ebusiness and emarketing clickbank vendors were all the same person because all of the newly launching products in that niche have moved to clicksure and they have stopped dealing with clickbank because of their easy refunds.

    (Just go to clickbank and notice there are no new products popping up in that niche; also go to jvnewswatch and you will see most of the affiliate programs being launched are at clicksure instead of clickbank)

    I am awaiting my first payment of over $300 from clicksure which is due to be paid on June 28, 2012.
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    • Profile picture of the author TrafficBot
      I am also awaiting my first payment which is also due tomorrow June 28. Being that I am a US resident and Clicksure is overseas, I will hold my breath and report back if my payment went through.

      Originally Posted by aaaa33030 View Post

      Clicksure is where Anthony Morrison and other creators of ebusiness and affiliate marketing clickbank products have moved to.

      It seems that most of the ebusiness and emarketing clickbank vendors were all the same person because all of the newly launching products in that niche have moved to clicksure and they have stopped dealing with clickbank because of their easy refunds.

      (Just go to clickbank and notice there are no new products popping up in that niche; also go to jvnewswatch and you will see most of the affiliate programs being launched are at clicksure instead of clickbank)

      I am awaiting my first payment of over $300 from clicksure which is due to be paid on June 28, 2012.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ttone7
    never heard of them so take caution!
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  • Profile picture of the author Shishev
    I've never heard of them as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author aaaa33030
    I hope to receive my payment of $257.64 today with the transaction having taken place on June 11, 2012:



    As per their terms:

    Payments are done on a weekly cycle of Monday to Sunday with a two week hold and then payment the following Thursday. For example, the net sales commission from Monday the 1st to Sunday the 7th (listed under Balance Due) is held for two weeks and then paid out on Thursday the 25th.
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    • Profile picture of the author TrafficBot
      I noticed on your statement it is not showing under payment date "June 28". There is only a dash there. Your payment may actually not be due yet. In my case I do have a payment date that says June 28 but I DID NOT receive a payment. I will continue digging. In my case I think it is because I used a prepaid debit card for my banking info and most of those type of cards do not accept international wire transfers.

      Originally Posted by aaaa33030 View Post

      I hope to receive my payment of $257.64 today with the transaction having taken place on June 11, 2012:



      As per their terms:

      Payments are done on a weekly cycle of Monday to Sunday with a two week hold and then payment the following Thursday. For example, the net sales commission from Monday the 1st to Sunday the 7th (listed under Balance Due) is held for two weeks and then paid out on Thursday the 25th.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ali Thunder
    Looks Cool man
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  • Profile picture of the author aaaa33030
    Ok my payment date is July 5, 2012

    I guess it is 2 weeks after the transaction's week ending date and then the following Thursday, instead of 2 weeks after the actual transaction date.
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  • Profile picture of the author cpadualcore
    I'm waiting for my first payment too from Clicksure, where my 'payment sent' date is shown as 5th July. I've made about 30 sales in the past 1.5 months with a refund rate of 53% overall so far.
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  • Profile picture of the author aaaa33030
    My payment has not been sent.
    I will not be promoting their products any more until I receive my payment.

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    • Profile picture of the author ClickSure
      Hi aaaa33030,

      I can confirm your payment was indeed sent and it can take 24hrs for the system to update. I have checked your account and it has a green Y in it now.

      Your payment is sent via International Wire Transfer and can take 3-5 business days to arrive in your account.

      Regards,
      The ClickSure Team

      PS. Please contact finance [ at ] ClickSureSupport.com if you require a prompt reply regarding payments as this forum is not monitored by our Finance Team.
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      • Profile picture of the author aaaa33030
        Ok payment in the members area showing as paid now.

        I will check my bank account in a few days to see if it has arrived.

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      • Profile picture of the author TrafficBot
        PS. Please contact finance [ at ] ClickSureSupport.com if you require a prompt reply regarding payments as this forum is not monitored by our Finance Team.

        Really?? I sent a support ticket last week and it still remains to be answered. This thread has been the only way at times I have been able to get Clicksure's attention. On top of that the Customer Support button on the website is currently down. Furthermore in a post above you stated that maybe our customer support emails go to your JUNK folder and gets lost? WHOA!

        Originally Posted by ClickSure View Post

        Hi aaaa33030,

        I can confirm your payment was indeed sent and it can take 24hrs for the system to update. I have checked your account and it has a green Y in it now.

        Your payment is sent via International Wire Transfer and can take 3-5 business days to arrive in your account.

        Regards,
        The ClickSure Team

        PS. Please contact finance [ at ] ClickSureSupport.com if you require a prompt reply regarding payments as this forum is not monitored by our Finance Team.
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        • Profile picture of the author TrafficBot
          Support ticket was resolved and I received my first payment from Clicksure today via international wire transfer. I guess I need to be a little more patient with them but they came through with the payment. I look forward to wroking with them in the future as they experience their growing pains.

          Originally Posted by TrafficBot View Post

          PS. Please contact finance [ at ] ClickSureSupport.com if you require a prompt reply regarding payments as this forum is not monitored by our Finance Team.

          Really?? I sent a support ticket last week and it still remains to be answered. This thread has been the only way at times I have been able to get Clicksure's attention. On top of that the Customer Support button on the website is currently down. Furthermore in a post above you stated that maybe our customer support emails go to your JUNK folder and gets lost? WHOA!
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      • Profile picture of the author aaaa33030
        I tried logging into my affiliate account at clicksure and it says that my affiliate account is blocked.

        Why is that?



        Originally Posted by ClickSure View Post

        Hi aaaa33030,

        I can confirm your payment was indeed sent and it can take 24hrs for the system to update. I have checked your account and it has a green Y in it now.

        Your payment is sent via International Wire Transfer and can take 3-5 business days to arrive in your account.

        Regards,
        The ClickSure Team

        PS. Please contact finance [ at ] ClickSureSupport.com if you require a prompt reply regarding payments as this forum is not monitored by our Finance Team.
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  • Profile picture of the author CTonline09
    Looks like alot of top IM vendors from ClickBank are not jumping ship and using ClickSure.

    Lots of FTC changes on ClickBank makes ClicSure the next platform to try for big IM launches.

    I see Tim Atkinsons new product is on there and seems to be doing very well!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rolliesworld
    I can't understand how anyone could take this platform (if it is indeed a legitimate one) seriously! Just look at their amateurish website, that's the first thing that would bother me.
    You cannot access their market place without actually signing up first, this means I can't make an informed decision based on what offers they have currently listed.
    In the Affiliate section, there is no information on the payouts and in the Sellers section there is no information about the fees and transaction costs. There is not even any contact information, other than an address what appears to be a rented virtual address.
    No phone number, no about section, no names.

    Who the hell would be signing up and waste their energy?
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  • Profile picture of the author aaaa33030
    I confirm that clicksure is paying.

    Wire transfer of $257.64 was sent July 6, 2012 and I received
    $232.64 in my bank account July 9, 2012.

    Wire Transfer Fee: $25

    I will start promoting clicksure again.
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  • Profile picture of the author MoviesDownnet
    Alexa Traffic Rank : 3477
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    • Profile picture of the author IMDealBox
      I signed up about 1 week ago as affiliate and made 2 sales so far - i just picked one product and promoted it ...just to see what happens. So far it looks good.

      What i dont like is:
      1. No alternative payment option (extremely important)
      2. $250 threshold.

      I hope you can add at least paypal/ alertpay or allow US Payment Service for non US residents - Payoneer.com
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  • Profile picture of the author cpadualcore
    aaaa33030, good to hear you got your payment. I'm still waiting for mine which was sent on 5th July...
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  • Profile picture of the author cpadualcore
    Just got the payment. Amount sent was $272.57. Amount received on bank $247.57. However bank statement shows "Forex Txn" as desc for this transaction and debited another small sum as "Forex Txn Service". I've no idea what that means....
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    • Profile picture of the author aaaa33030
      Originally Posted by cpadualcore View Post

      Just got the payment. Amount sent was $272.57. Amount received on bank $247.57. However bank statement shows "Forex Txn" as desc for this transaction and debited another small sum as "Forex Txn Service". I've no idea what that means....
      Maybe the small amount debited was some kind of international exchange fee charged by your bank.
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  • Profile picture of the author aaaa33030
    It looks like clicksure has gone full time. No more clickbank fake screenshots but clicksure fake screenshots. lol

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  • Profile picture of the author 1GreatCPA
    It is my first time, I never listen about them.
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  • Profile picture of the author TrafficBot
    Yea Clicksure has me worried also. I still have NOT received my June 28 payment yet and refunds are astronomical and skyrocketing. I've made 72 sales to date with 30 refunds and counting for a 42% refund rate. I'm almost scared to check my analytics these days to see all those refunds pouring in. This is why Clickbank would not approve many of these offers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
    IMO ClickSure are amazing to work with, much better than ClickBank. Sure they have their problems, but at this point, having a new payment processor other than ClickBank is great. Here is one of my previous payments, I used this example as its from a few months back, proving that ClickSure do in fact pay -



    Refunds are around the same as ClickBank BUT the conversion rates are MUCH HIGHER.

    If your an affiliate and are not yet utilizing ClickSure, YOUR MISSING OUT.
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  • Profile picture of the author dalemhz
    From what I am hearing it seems like its hard to purchase through them as well most of the bank's in the US seem to be blocking payments to Click Sure.
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  • Profile picture of the author nmacd2004
    It looks like credit card information security is lacking.



    I just recently got charged almost $100 from a Clicksure vendor named "Guanzhou". I never ordered anything from them. Guanzhou is actually a city in China. I'm not the only one who's been fraudulently charged. I submitted a ticket and the response was that they couldn't issue a refund without an order id number which I don't have because I never order anything. I haven't heard back from Clicksure since I brought this to their attention.



    Be very careful with this company. Something is not right.

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    • Profile picture of the author Rolliesworld
      You should be able to reverse that through your c/c provider?


      Originally Posted by nmacd2004 View Post

      It looks like credit card information security is lacking.
      I just recently got charged almost $100 from a Clicksure vendor named "Guanzhou". I never ordered anything from them. Guanzhou is actually a city in China. I'm not the only one who's been fraudulently charged. I submitted a ticket and the response was that they couldn't issue a refund without an order id number which I don't have because I never order anything. I haven't heard back from Clicksure since I brought this to their attention.



      Be very careful with this company. Something is not right.
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      • Profile picture of the author nmacd2004
        My cc is working on it. I don't think it's Clicksure per say but somehow someone in China has figured out how to get credit card information via Clicksure.
        There have been 61 complaints filed with total damages of $257,911.07

        I'm only posting this so others are informed.
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    • Profile picture of the author aaaa33030
      It seems like someone stole your credit card information and made a purchase from vendor "guanzhou".

      That is more like carelessness on your side.




      Originally Posted by nmacd2004 View Post

      It looks like credit card information security is lacking.



      I just recently got charged almost $100 from a Clicksure vendor named "Guanzhou". I never ordered anything from them. Guanzhou is actually a city in China. I'm not the only one who's been fraudulently charged. I submitted a ticket and the response was that they couldn't issue a refund without an order id number which I don't have because I never order anything. I haven't heard back from Clicksure since I brought this to their attention.



      Be very careful with this company. Something is not right.
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    • Profile picture of the author ahsamzz
      Originally Posted by nmacd2004 View Post

      It looks like credit card information security is lacking.



      I just recently got charged almost $100 from a Clicksure vendor named "Guanzhou". I never ordered anything from them. Guanzhou is actually a city in China. I'm not the only one who's been fraudulently charged. I submitted a ticket and the response was that they couldn't issue a refund without an order id number which I don't have because I never order anything. I haven't heard back from Clicksure since I brought this to their attention.



      Be very careful with this company. Something is not right.
      Well you are not the only one now. My cc had been charge 5 times by clicksure.com Guangzhou cn. They charge me by china currency which I did not authoritize it. Im sure it was clicksure who charge me as it was stated clicksure.com. The bank suspect that there is information leak in and during the purchase where we need to input our credit card info on that page. Or it may be a fake purchase page for thiefs to collect customer information. The card had since been block by the bank and now I need to wait for a new card. What a pain.

      To me this company seems to have a lot of things hidden under their sleeve that's why they don't allow PayPal at the monent because PayPal have strong buyer protection and allow buyer To launch dispute and get refund easily. Personally I had since stop all the Affilite program with them to prevent the same cases happening again. Just how many card I need to change? I wonder.

      Sam
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  • Profile picture of the author TrafficBot
    Just received notice from Clicksure today that my affiliate account is being blocked. And boy am I PISSED. All my links are now going to message that reads "This affiliate account has been blocked. Please contact affiliates@clicksuresupport.com"

    Will keep warriors posted on this development as soon as I get a response.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hartwell
    Clicksure owes me $351. Automatic payment failed on July 26, but now the site payday area says payment is made. ???? I've written their finance section 4 times by email in the last 3 days. So Far -0- response and no deposit or wire transfer. Also, I urge you to watch them carefully I was refunded on three items and later recharged for the same items about a week later for no apparent reason. The charges just showed up on my credit card. Three times they wanted me to give them the order id. I told them I did not have an order id since I did not order them. Sincce I did not have an order ID they could not help me. Imagine doing this by email over many days. It was insane. If anyone has yet received any affiliate commisson money from Clicksure, please let us know. I am beginning to lose faith in their system and I WILL NOT promote sales and not get paid. Can you blame me? A simple 1 800 number would solve issues like mine fast.
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  • Profile picture of the author DramaConvention
    This company is legit. I've opened an account a few months ago and I heard great things about them. It looks like they are better than clickbank from#66
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    • Profile picture of the author Rolliesworld
      Originally Posted by DramaConvention View Post

      This company is legit. I've opened an account a few months ago and I heard great things about them. It looks like they are better than clickbank from#66
      LOL - so you opened an account and "heard" good things about them.
      And that makes them "legit" - hahaha ... you are too funny, perhaps you ARE them (kidding)
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  • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
    More payment proof -


    Will update again on the 9th of August as I am scheduled another bigger payment/
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  • Profile picture of the author Hartwell
    Clicksure paid me today. I was due my affiliate paycheck on July 26 in the amount of $351. I received $324 from them via wire transfer into my account today. That is about four days after payday at a cost of $26. I am not complaining! I make this post for all of you out there wondering if Clicksure is for real. I think they are, but I won't know until I see if the credited my VISA Card what they took out in error. I see that the work is not a perfect place just yet.
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    • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
      Originally Posted by Hartwell View Post

      Clicksure paid me today. I was due my affiliate paycheck on July 26 in the amount of $351. I received $324 from them via wire transfer into my account today. That is about four days after payday at a cost of $26. I am not complaining! I make this post for all of you out there wondering if Clicksure is for real. I think they are, but I won't know until I see if the credited my VISA Card what they took out in error. I see that the work is not a perfect place just yet.
      It actually costs to send a wire payment, so they take the cost off of your paycheck. So if it costs $25 to wire you a $351 pay day, you will receive $326.

      Taken from the ClickSure payment page -

      Most affiliate networks charge a fee of $30+ for International Wire/Bank Transfers, however we have decided to share the cost of the payment with you which we feel is the fairest solution at this point in time. Fees for International Wire/Bank Transfers may vary per bank and per country, therefore the amount credited to your account may be slightly different to the amount shown in your pay checks table.
      Hope this helped.
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    • Profile picture of the author Rolliesworld
      Well, can someone answer me the question what good an affiliate network is when people seem to be having trouble paying as their credit card providers refuse to process based on their intelligence on this provider?

      Then, I just find their website ridiculous:

      No "About us" section.

      No names and contact phone numbers.

      Market place cannot be accessed to judge what offers they have that would be worthy of promoting - instead when clicking on any offer title, you are being greeted with:
      "You need an affiliate account to access the Marketplace"
      (this effectively means they are unwilling to show me any of their offers, unless I provide them with my sensitive information)

      The "Knowledgebase" has the following content:
      No information available in this view

      The "ClickSure Help Center" has this to say:
      "The ClickSure Help Center will be available shortly."

      This in addition to the reported connection with gambling and their banking sitting in China ... plus their lack of doing much to promote themselves as a genuine network -> Why would anyone even bother, with so many other well established networks?
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      • Profile picture of the author ClickSure
        Hi,

        Not sure what issue Rolliesworld has with ClickSure, but, as we have said before:

        1) We are a relatively new network, which is why some parts of ClickSure are not completed, as you point out the knowledge base and help center. However, if you actually have an affiliate account, you would see how rapidly that area has been developing, and how competitive it now is.

        2) As you can see, from multiple people in this one thread, ClickSure is paying affiliates (and vendors) out promptly. Which is the most important thing to most people

        3) The marketplace at the moment, you have to be a member to see. This is not exactly an unusual step to put offers that are available in the members area...

        4) Not promoting ourselves - you are correct. We do very little to promote ourselves. We rely on word-of-mouth from people, and, as we have provided a good service and have a good system, we have enjoyed very rapid and very large growth (check Alexa Clicksure.com Site Info). This growth has in itself presented its own unique challenges that ClickSure has overcome, and it continues to go from strength to strength.

        As a network we intend to keep constantly improving the site and platform, whilst ensuring that the current vendors and affiliates do not see any interruption to their service. As you can imagine on a site of this size with this volume of traffic, any changes require a lot of testing, and extremely delicate roll-out operations, which we do.

        We will keep on striving to improve!

        Thanks
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        • Profile picture of the author Rolliesworld
          Well, thank you for chiming in here, Clicksure. My point was simply that I don't find it particularly trustworthy to not see any account manager's names and contact details (phone numbers and emails) on your website. There is also no information under what company you are trading and where. Yes, I checked on your company registration in the UK, but frankly that doesn't mean much (btw, it seems your return is overdue). You have not even put your own name in your post above, further supporting my distrust. The Alexa link leads to an address in Oxford, UK that is actually some sort of school? (named: "Kumon Study Centre Oxford"). Whereas, your website lists a different address in Nottingham.

          [Edit: I removed website link where numerous claims against clicksure are listed, since I cannot verify that these claims or the website itself are ligitimate - yet I still maintain my view that Clicksure should play with WAY more open books!]
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  • Profile picture of the author ClickSure
    Hi

    Hum, not sure I'm 'Chiming in', I think we have been pretty constant on posting on ClickSure threads

    How would I respond to all what claims on Scambook? Well, for the person who is claiming that we took $250,000 (here: http://www.scambook.com/report/view/...or-$250,000.00 ) to be frank I wouldn't even even know what to say! So that accounts for 90% of it... as for the rest of it, well if you have a look you will see that our support team actually was replying to each of them (mostly refund requests) until Scambook decided that we weren't allowed to do that. But they did offer us the option of paying $499 a month to remove all that and stop any new posts. Which seems a great business plan for them (Im not making this up: https://www.scambook.com/business/signup?info=236 , the 'Enterprise Plan' has "Complaint Prevention"). So I guess if we were paying that per month to stop new posts, that would make us more 'legit'?

    My name is Dave, but its not always me posting on here as we have quite a lot of support staff, so not putting a name tends to save on confusion.

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  • Profile picture of the author Netwhizzkid
    Just had appalling service from this lot.

    I paid for Commissionshortcut 6 weeks ago. They took my payment and redirected me to a page "unable to access the webpage!". It took me FOUR days messing about to get a download link.

    Yesterday I paid for Social Commissions. Exactly the same thing happened - redirected to "unable to access the webpage" No confirmation of payment (I had to check with my bank) and no download link.

    I put in a support ticket pointing this out and got a reply an hour or so later confirming my order and asking if there was anything else they could do to help. I politely replied that there was - I needed confirmation of the order and more importantly a download link. Nothing happened for five hours, so I sent another giving them a well-deserved blast and pointing out that this same thing happened when I paid for Commission shortcut six weeks ago.

    This morning I received a reply stating that they did not have access to all the information and would I please contact support at commission shortcut and give at least 48 hours for them to reply! Somehow I don't think commission shortcut support is going to be able to help me with a query about a download link for Social Commissions!!

    Do these people ever READ the support queries? I have given them another blast.

    Meanwhile, for anyone else having trouble, here are the names of the directors and contact address who will be the next people that I talk to - pointing out that they seem to employ a bunch of complete and utter morons.

    Company Register Information
    Company Number: 07687623 Date of Incorporation:29/06/2011
    Company Name: CLICK SURE LTD
    Registered Office: 10 THE TRIANGLE


    NG2 BUSINESS PARK

    NOTTINGHAM

    NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

    ENGLAND

    NG2 1AE
    Company Type: Private Limited Company

    Country of Origin: United Kingdom

    Status: Active

    Nature Of Business (SIC): None Supplied
    Number of Charges: ( 0 outstanding / 0 part satisfied / 0 satisfied)




    Previous Names


    No previous name information has been recorded over the last 20 years.




    Key Filing Dates






    Accounting Reference Date: 30/06

    Last Accounts Made Up To: (NO ACCOUNTS FILED)

    Next Accounts Due: 29/03/2013

    Last Return Made Up To:


    Next Return Due: 27/07/2012OVERDUE





    Last Bulk Shareholders List: Not available



    Current Appointments
    Number of current appointments: 3





    DIRECTOR: BURROW, MICHAEL ROSS MR

    Appointed: 29/06/2011 Date of Birth: 11/03/1982
    Nationality: SOUTH AFRICAN

    No. of Appointments: 8

    Address: LACE MARKET HOUSE 54-56 HIGH PAVEMENT

    NOTTINGHAM

    NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

    ENGLAND

    NG1 1HW

    Country/State of Residence: ENGLAND






    DIRECTOR: SHARPE, DAVID RICHARD BERNARD MR

    Appointed: 29/06/2011 Date of Birth: 16/09/1983
    Nationality: BRITISH

    No. of Appointments: 10

    Address: LACE MARKET HOUSE 54-56 HIGH PAVEMENT

    NOTTINGHAM

    NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

    ENGLAND

    NG1 1HW

    Country/State of Residence: ENGLAND






    DIRECTOR: WASS, ROBERT STEPHEN MR

    Appointed: 29/06/2011 Date of Birth: 13/04/1984
    Nationality: BRITISH

    No. of Appointments: 10

    Address: LACE MARKET HOUSE 54-56 HIGH PAVEMENT

    NOTTINGHAM

    NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

    ENGLAND

    NG1 1HW

    Country/State of Residence: ENGLAND


    This Report excludes resignations
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  • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
    It seems to me as people in this thread are on some sort of personal vendetta against ClickSure. For me, they are doing a great job, and providing a great service.

    They pay on time without fail.

    Yes they did have some teething problems in the beginning in regards to bank payments, but luckily that seems to be fixed now as I have no problems purchasing and other people feel the same way as me.

    In regards to you not getting access to the product, ClickSure are simply the payment processor so if you have any problems/issues/queries you should be contacting the product support not ClickSure unless its something payment related etc (That's how I see it anyway).

    For a while people were complaining that there was no (decent) alternative to ClickBank and for me, ClickSure have stepped on to the scene and in my opinion are doing a great job.
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  • Profile picture of the author TrafficBot
    I have to agree with jgeeked here. I had some growing pains with Clicksure myself which have all been resolved. Clicksure even suspended my account for a couple days. They were nice enough to re-instate it after complying with an issue they had with me. Clickbank on the other hand would have terminated my account for a TOS violation and impounded any funds I would have had. For that I am actually grateful.
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  • Profile picture of the author cpadualcore
    Whats with the new "Compliant Documents" thing?
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  • Profile picture of the author Netwhizzkid
    Just don't try and BUY anything from them.

    Here's an email I sent to Bryan Winters yesterday (he's using them as a payment processor) when he asked me what problems I'd had. From looking at other threads on WF I see others have the same problem -they take your money, but don't bother to supply the products.

    Not to put to fine a point on it, I'm totally dusgusted with their attitude. I will be extremely surprised if they are still in business at the end of 2012. Here's the email:

    Hi, Bryan,

    I purchased Commission Shortcut. I did not receive the confirmation email or download link. It took me four days of to-ing and fro-ing to eventually obtain the link.

    Last week I purchased Social Commissions. I did not receive the download link. I sent them a couple of polite emails asking for it. Still didn't get it. So I sent them a real blast. Still no joy. Got an email back saying they had sent the confirmation email - had I checked my spam? Replied saying of course I had.

    Got another reply - we've checked and you've got a problem with your browser (in other words - it's your fault, not ours). They suggested that for the download link I should contact Commission Shortcut support and leave at least 24-48 hours for them to reply.

    Replied again saying that I'm using IE9 and windows 7 - did they think there was anything more up to date I should use? In any case, let's suppose I DO have a problem with my browser, why don't you just send me the link - you MUST know what it is - furthermore I don't think that Commission Shortcut support will be able to help me with a download link for Social Commissions!

    Got a reply saying that they only deal with refunds and suggesting again that I should contact Commission Shortcut support!!!

    There's a bit more correspondence back and forth as well.

    In total disgust - after 48 hours of this - on Friday I logged on to Companies House here in the UK and obtained the names of the directors (only costs £1.00) and sent each of them a letter of complaint by first class post. It is now Thursday the following week and I have had no reply.

    Somewhere along the line, on Wednesday I sent an email telling them that since they only deal with refunds - OK - give me a refund. No reply.

    This bunch of cowboys have been going for a year. If you click on their knowledgebase button you get "The knowledgebase is not available". Help button? "The Clicksure helpdesk will be available shortly".

    Got on to Warrior Forum again and the first thing I came across was a lady who had just purchased a different product through Clicksure and, surprise, surprise, did not receive a download link!! She had been trying for two or three days as well.

    Bryan, this lot is a total shambles. Going for a year and they haven't even got a helpdesk set up? (Also their first annual return - a requirement under UK company law - is overdue, not by a lot, but quite frankly I doubt they'll last long enough to ever get around to it).

    Also on Warrior Forum are many complaints from affiliates.

    If you value your business, my advice would be to have nothing to do with them. I certainly won't.

    Best regards,

    Paul.
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    • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
      Originally Posted by Netwhizzkid View Post

      Just don't try and BUY anything from them.

      Here's an email I sent to Bryan Winters yesterday (he's using them as a payment processor) when he asked me what problems I'd had. From looking at other threads on WF I see others have the same problem -they take your money, but don't bother to supply the products.

      Not to put to fine a point on it, I'm totally dusgusted with their attitude. I will be extremely surprised if they are still in business at the end of 2012. Here's the email:

      Hi, Bryan,

      I purchased Commission Shortcut. I did not receive the confirmation email or download link. It took me four days of to-ing and fro-ing to eventually obtain the link.

      Last week I purchased Social Commissions. I did not receive the download link. I sent them a couple of polite emails asking for it. Still didn't get it. So I sent them a real blast. Still no joy. Got an email back saying they had sent the confirmation email - had I checked my spam? Replied saying of course I had.

      Got another reply - we've checked and you've got a problem with your browser (in other words - it's your fault, not ours). They suggested that for the download link I should contact Commission Shortcut support and leave at least 24-48 hours for them to reply.

      Replied again saying that I'm using IE9 and windows 7 - did they think there was anything more up to date I should use? In any case, let's suppose I DO have a problem with my browser, why don't you just send me the link - you MUST know what it is - furthermore I don't think that Commission Shortcut support will be able to help me with a download link for Social Commissions!

      Got a reply saying that they only deal with refunds and suggesting again that I should contact Commission Shortcut support!!!

      There's a bit more correspondence back and forth as well.

      In total disgust - after 48 hours of this - on Friday I logged on to Companies House here in the UK and obtained the names of the directors (only costs £1.00) and sent each of them a letter of complaint by first class post. It is now Thursday the following week and I have had no reply.

      Somewhere along the line, on Wednesday I sent an email telling them that since they only deal with refunds - OK - give me a refund. No reply.

      This bunch of cowboys have been going for a year. If you click on their knowledgebase button you get "The knowledgebase is not available". Help button? "The Clicksure helpdesk will be available shortly".

      Got on to Warrior Forum again and the first thing I came across was a lady who had just purchased a different product through Clicksure and, surprise, surprise, did not receive a download link!! She had been trying for two or three days as well.

      Bryan, this lot is a total shambles. Going for a year and they haven't even got a helpdesk set up? (Also their first annual return - a requirement under UK company law - is overdue, not by a lot, but quite frankly I doubt they'll last long enough to ever get around to it).

      Also on Warrior Forum are many complaints from affiliates.

      If you value your business, my advice would be to have nothing to do with them. I certainly won't.

      Best regards,

      Paul.
      As they rightly pointed out, if you do not receive the required information i.e. your login information you need to contact the products customer support not ClickSure.

      Think of it like this, if you purchase something of a site that uses PayPal as the payment processor, you wouldn't contact PayPal asking for the login information, right? PayPal probably wouldn't have it just like ClickSure doesn't have your login information. Their job is to process your payment, which by the sound of it they have done so their obligation is complete UNLESS you have some sort of complaint about your payment OR wish to request a refund.
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  • Profile picture of the author Netwhizzkid
    One further thing.

    I have just discovered that Clicksure also have a company called Click2reply which offers a service to marketers looking after their customer service. If you look at the website they go on and on about how important customer service is and how well-trained their staff are and how quickly they deal with queries/complaints etc., when the so-called customer service at Clicksure is, not to put too fine a point on it, totally non-existent.

    I didn't know whether to laugh or cry.
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  • Profile picture of the author DJL
    My own experience, having bought two products processed by ClickSure, has been entirely negative. I will stay far, far away from this company in future.
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  • Profile picture of the author cpadualcore
    Sad thing is that new product launches moved to Clicksure instead of Clickbank
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  • Profile picture of the author Yildiz
    Wow this site is looking like something I might need to try
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  • Profile picture of the author DJL
    Maybe they should change their name to ClickSkunk.com!
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    • Profile picture of the author DJL
      Originally Posted by DJL View Post

      Maybe they should change their name to ClickSkunk.com!
      The domain name ClickDump.com is also available now.
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      • Profile picture of the author cderenberger
        I thought I would throw in my advice.. I have been promoting products through Clicksure since Feb 20th. It was a little headache to get started because it was saying my banking info was wrong.. once I got that straighted out, I have been getting all my payments as long as they exceeded $250..



        I will say this.. don't listen to them when they say the refund rates are less with ClickSure because that's far from the truht..some of my refunds are as high as 50% - 60%.. this is probably due to just the crappy products people have been releasing as they did on Clickbank then pulling people in with their deceiving sales videos.

        Here's my refund rate since the 1st of August..



        Hope that helps.. I have not had any problems with them getting paid.. I have also never asked for a refund.. so I don't know how well that works out. By some of the replies, not very well.

        Chris
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  • Profile picture of the author bloggerd
    I had been promoting clicksure products as an affiliate for awhile but after making quite number of sales and well over half being refunded and having received not one payment for any sales and work i put into it,because of all the refunds and it taking it below there payment threshhold all the time the refund rates on clicksure are just crazy i remember people saying they couldnt get refunds of clicksure,what b.s!!

    clicksure either need to only accept better products or take a good luck at there refund policy, because its either to easy for serial refunders or there just accepting total crap products

    from now on I am not promoting any products using clicksure.. its a total waste of my time and money just to login and see the huge amount of refunds every day

    i will be sticking to clickbank,warriorplus etc
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  • Profile picture of the author Scrape
    Never heard about this site. But I recommend stick to the good networks than trying networks and scam you
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  • Profile picture of the author gcampton
    My first post!, I just signed up to discuss this because this is probably the first time I've actually wanted to spend money I don't have on a product. I'm on the list of a few people but I just don't have the cash to buy anything, James Jones and a couple others. Mostly those that james have sent me to over the last few weeks. I couldn't even afford to buy MNF despite its praise. Had to get the trial instead... anyway, I was just sent an email from a source I don't know or didn't recognise at least. mydigitaldispatch dot com.

    The email took me to "Chronic profits" and I seriously almost bought it like I even put in all my details it was so convincing.. 99% commited. But googled Clicksure as I hadn't heard of it before... ended up here.
    Now I'm not so sure, and can't understand how that guy got me on his list. More importantly like, it just seems like a scam anyway, but I thought "bugger it" I can always get a refund if it doesn't work... but if it does... I can retire man.

    But after reading this thred that seems like it's the opposite, perhaps that is just the system. Bounce dodgy products and take forever to process return claims so 60day eval expires and they make tons of cash from selling nothing...

    Hope some of you can sleep at night knowing your selling trash to fund your drinking habit. I joke of course... but it might not be far from the truth.
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    • Profile picture of the author theaffiliategeek
      I found out about Clicksure due to Chronic profits as well. If they would drop the 250 dollar requirement down to something more reasonable I just might promote CP. I get the high refund rate problem and I'm sure that's the reason so I'll just move on for now. If they are still around in a year or so I'll reconsider.
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  • Profile picture of the author CCampbell41
    Hello to all. This is my first post at WF, and I am also a noob with IM. The PinYourIncome affiliate program works thru ClickSure, and I was about to open an account with CS but decided to take a look around the site to see what else they had in their marketplace. So I had a big red flag, like Rolliesworld, when I could get zero info. without applying. So I then clicked on a few other links on the site, and, like Rolllie, had the immediate thought of what the heck is this rinky dink site with pretty much zero info? The tab in my browser reads The #1 Affiliate and Seller Marketplace, really? I'm new, but I have been studying and learning and sifting through info on IM for months, and I had not heard that name before. So, I headed to WF to check on them, and lo and behold, WOW.....Thanks WF! I'm certain you helped me dodge a bullet, I would never work with them for fear of having my bank account messed with. Even just the thought that I could be spending my time, energy, and advert. budget to end up with customer that is willing to purchase and is unable to make the sale go through is enough to scare me away. Not to mention the negative light it would shine on my credibility. Just as another WF poster said, I'll check em out at a later date and see how they are doing, if they are still in business! Thanks again for all the advice and info!
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  • Profile picture of the author tylerjaysen
    yeah just recently heard about clicksure...like clickbank...which is cool. I've looked at some of their offers and feel like they are pretty legit. Would need to become a member and run some ads and see if products convert and see their customer support...etc....before making informed decision.
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