The newest of the highly-successful TimTech portfolio of websites.
- Clean, unique script
- Rent 5 referrals for $1.
- $2 Cash-out minimum ($4 minimum for free membership)
Abundance of $.005 ads to click
- There is no longer an “abundance” of $.005 cent ads to click
- You now must have an Upgraded membership to click Standard ads. Let’s say that again: you have to have an “Upgraded” membership to click “Standard” ads – Come on Nerdbux – that doesn’t make sense. Of course it’s just semantics (the names could be changed without changing the program at all) but, by definition, you shouldn’t have to Upgrade to “Standard.”
Nerdbux is part of the expanding TimTech portfolio of websites.
As stated above under the “Bad” heading, Nerdbux has changed its program so that standard (free) members can no longer click on the higher-paying ads – this can be viewed in two ways:
- It’s bad. It’s hard to make any money at $.001 per click. It’s even harder to keep referrals interested and active.
- It’s OK. Many PTC programs start out paying well but then fail because their program isn’t sustainable. If Nerdbux’s plan is to build a solid financial base and then to start paying better, then this might work.
My opinion at this early stage in the game is that this is another bait-and-switch type strategy that I’ve noticed in TimTech’s programs. They don’t necessarily lie, they just tend to not tell the entire truth to their sign-up prospects. They hype a product that tends to disappoint later. This is just my opinion and your experiences may differ.
- Pay per Click – between $.001 and $.01
- Surf ads, Nerdgrids
- Upgrade Levels – $50 per year
- Minimum Payout – $4 for the free level
- Paying since 2013
- Payment Methods – PayPal
- Forum – Yes
Nerdbux “Error 522 Connection Timed Out” message
** Update – October 13, 2013 ** If you try to go to Nerdbux.com today, you’ll see an “Error 522 Connection Timed Out” message. Justin Ledvina, CEO of TimTech LLC, offers a light-hearted explanation that includes the following:
“We are currently under a heavy Denial of Service [sic] attack and this has caused Nerdbux to go offline” and
“I’ll will [sic] extend all ads and rented referrals so no one loses anything. No need to send in a support ticket we’re going to do it for everyone as soon as we can. Beyond that look for some special treats inside the members area so we can get this party rocking again!”
I’m confident that the TimTech team will have the site up and running again but – still – I’m glad that I haven’t invested any money nor much time in this site. It still just doesn’t feel right.
Does Nerdbux pay? – Yes
Nerbux scam? – No, but you may be disapointed
Nerdbux India? – Yes