Last few days I received some emails asking whether Captcha Club is a scam or legitimate captcha entry site. Though I don’t have any account on Captcha Club, I just visited their site and Facebook fan page to review their site. I found some interesting ways they tried to attract people to sign up on CaptchaClub. This Captcha Club review is purely based on my experience of finding whether a site is a scam or legit. Read the CaptchaClub Review to know if it is really worth to join CaptchaClub like Kolotibablo.
Captcha Club Domain Registration:
- Captchaclub.com is registered on Godaddy LLC by Michelle Jowett from Texas. They didn’t try to hide their registration details which is a good sign of legitimacy.
- This domain is registered for 5 years which shows they might have long-term business plans. However, beware that most of the scammers use this technique to mask their original intention.
- Their website has SSL certification. Mostly, scam sites do not have SSL certification and not all the sites with https are legitimate which costs few hundred dollars per year. Update – Nowadays SSL certification is not seen as a sign of legitimacy since SSL certifications are now available for free of cost through Let’s Encrypt and DV SSL certifications are available for a Dollar.
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Captcha Club’s terms of service:
- Captcha club says that standard members can work on their site without investment and can earn up to $0.03 | 3 cents per captcha.
- From my experience, even the topmost captcha entry site such as Protypers pays only $0.001 on average per captcha. Captchaclub says they pay 30 times more to their members which is almost impossible to do.
- Also, they’ve mentioned that they pay around $0.06 – $0.10 per captcha code for premium members. But the important info like pricing of premium membership, duration of membership is not mentioned shows that they’re trying to hide something. Premium memberships make sense only if there are any referral programs which can give a boost to the earnings. There is nothing called referral program on captcha club.
- The Captcha code is limited to 250 max. per day for no reason. Most of the slower Typers can solve 1000 captchas within 2 hours and there is no meaning in limiting the number of captchas that can be solved per day. This implies that they are well planned enough to keep the numbers under control. On the other side, this could indicate a deficiency in clients to purchase their services.
- The Premium Plus membership says that the members could unlock unlimited Captcha code & monthly earnings and the pay per captcha increased to $0.10. A true sign of illegitimacy proved. If a member could solve a minimum of 1000 captchas in 2 hours they will earn around $100 in 2 hours. Even highly qualified IT professionals earn less than $100 within such a short period. Everybody in the world would become a millionaire in this world buying Captchaclub Premium Plus membership.
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Not Responding Issue on Captcha Club:
- Members have posted complaints that after solving a captcha while trying to solve the next one the API is not responding. Since this issue happens to most of the members this can be done intentionally for some reason.
- Captcha entry sites should be responding properly in order to make the workers solve the captcha without creating any hassle. The nonresponding issue shows they are not taking care about website interface maintenance.
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CaptchaClub Payment methods:
- In the video embedded on their homepage, I heard that they pay via Paypal, Payza, and Payoneer.
- The minimum payout is $100 which is too high for a freelancer site and it will take up to a month for members to earn that amount. $5 minimum payout is the right amount for such freelance sites.
CaptchaClub Payment terms:
- On their Facebook page, I read that one of the members have submitted a request for payment and captcha club admin said that he has to pay one time $40 fees in order to withdraw money.
- I’ve seen several sites [Example: Goldenclix PTC site] which asks their members to make a purchase some of the site services in order to process the withdrawal. Sites with such intention are mostly scams.
- If premium memberships or deposit is made using Paypal and feel that the seller is cheating, the member can claim a dispute using the purchase receipt. Paypal will refund if it is under their refund policy.
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Captcha Club payment proofs:
- On the video embedded on the homepage a lot of Payment Proofs were added and it is not necessary to primarily promote payment proofs on the homepage which tells their intention is to attract members by posting payment proof which can be even fake.
- All the payments mentioned there are paid via either Payza or Payoneer. Be advised that Payza approves almost all the business and Payza has been closed already due to authorizing illegal bitcoin transactions. But in the case of Payoneer, they are very strict, they would approve only established businesses. The chances are they might have changed the transaction details and other credentials in order to make inexperienced people believe their numbers.
- They might have really paid their members and for additional information, duplicate payment proofs are easier to create.
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Captcha Club app:
- There is no captcha club app available for the users. So do the Captcha club Android app.
- So, be advised that you should not download any third party app that might be created to spread unwanted programs your device.
- Previously, people have faced the problem when they’ve downloaded the captcha2cash app from a third-party site.
Use Reviews about CaptchaClub:
- I’ve gone to their Facebook page to see if it is organized, but all I found was a lot of member published visitor posts and comment about payment delay. Captchaclub admin is busy in posting fake payment proofs and had no time to reply to their members. Few posts are as follows.
- There was a payment proof posted on their Facebook page wall where few frustrated members commented on their experience. The screenshot is given below.
- The activity on their Facebook page shows that captcha club is not a legitimate site.
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Meaningless FAQs on Captchaclub:
- I’ve clicked the FAQ to see if any additional information about the site is posted there. I was shocked to see that they have posted scrap on FAQ section. Actually, those words are the template used by web developers to fill new web pages while testing.
- I think the members who have purchased the premium membership and payment activation fees are brainless. It’s a basic sense that one must check the FAQ section to see the site’s policy. There are no words to describe members who purchased their services without properly reading the FAQ section dreaming to earn more money.
Final words on Captcha Club:
Captcha club has failed to prove that they are reliable because I didn’t find even one positive word about captcha club on the web and also their site is just a mystery. Captchaclub should be open to mention all their policies. In spite of a video with payment proofs, they could have posted a 1-minute site work explainer video or add the working section in the front.
Note – Few think that 2captcha as 2captcha club. Actually, 2Captcha is a genuine captcha entry site.
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Verdict – High chances of scam – Stay away from captchaClub.
A piece of quick advice on online scams:
Anything company that promises to make us rich in shorter time should be considered as a scam. You should get away from them ASAP because they might even try to install malware on your device. So be careful about online scams. With huge competition on the internet, most of the genuine sites pay less money. If not you, there are many to work for them.
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