Clout Bucks Review – Will You Really Make $500 Today?

Welcome to my honest Clout Bucks review.

You’ve probably been on Facebook and saw this program being promoted. In any case, that’s how I got introduced to Clout Bucks and because the claims were so wild, I decided to take a deeper look into it. There are too many scams on the internet nowadays, right?

What if Clout Bucks is another scam? What if you lost money and time to the program, like every other time you decided to invest in making money online program? 

If you’re having these questions, then I’m going to answer them for you, and more, in this review. I’ll tell you all that I’ve found out about the program so you can make an informed decision. I am not associated with Clout Bucks so know that I will not be pitching it up to you.

Without further ado, let’s get right into it!

Clout Bucks At A Glance


Owner: Unknown

Purpose: Make money referring others to Clout Bucks and other tasks

Price: Free to Join

Do I Recommend it?; NO! It’s a scam and waste of time!

What is Clout Bucks?

Clout Bucks claims to be the #1 influencer program that gets its members paid high commissions for small tasks, the main one being referring people to the program. Isn’t it sweet to get paid $10 for each person that you refer, instead of the $0.10 that they said they used to pay?

Get 10 people everyday and you could be making a full time income.

Oh, they claim that it is so easy to do that you can make $500 per day starting today. But that’s also where I started narrowing my eyes because it all sounded too good to be true. 

If it was as easy as that to make money online, then why don’t we hear of more people quitting their jobs everyday to embrace this work-from-home lifestyle? Surely, everybody would like to spend only a few hours to make $100 every at least, right?

But the experience that I have online says otherwise. It’s not as easy as that to make money in any business, be it online or offline. Anybody that tells you it’s easy and that it does not require much work or no work at all, is lying to you. They want something from you.

At least that has been my experience and I lose a lot of time and money that way. I was lured into those quick solutions, only to find that it was a quick solution for the scammer, who made money off of me and God knows how many more people. 

Additionally, I looked into their website and found a few strange things that you should be aware of. I guarantee that this information will make you think twice about joining Clout Bucks.

How Does Clout Bucks Work?

It’s as easy as 1-2-3 to make money with Clout Bucks – literally!

The first step is to sign up, the second step is to share your referral link around on social media and get people to join Clout Bucks. For each person that joins and creates an account, you get paid $10. Then, you can choose a method to cash out.

Not overly complicated, right? 

But the first question that should come to your mind is, how the heck are they paying you if there are no paid services? They couldn’t be paying you out of their own pocket, right? The website would go under.

Well, the way that they SAY they make money is through big companies like Apple and so on, paying them to get clicks and visitors to their promotions. So basically, you’ll bring in the traffic through referring others and you, along with your referrals will get exposed to ads, thus bringing in more customers for those companies.

This does make sense and seems legit, but what does not add up is the amount that they are going to pay you for getting referrals to their website. You see, ads cost anywhere between $0.10 and $1 per click. So if you get paid $10 per referral and your referral never clicks on any ads, the company loses, right?

Where would they get the $10 to pay you if they are only charging $1 per click?

So as you can see, this is a business model that just does not make sense. The high payout advertised is only to lure you to get referrals and to bring in revenue for them when they never have the intention of sharing that revenue with you. This system is going to be a complete waste of time!

Reasons You Should AVOID Clout bucks

Here are some other reasons that I believe you should stay away from Clout Bucks. These are points that I want to make that had a big reasoning with me and proved even further than Clout Bucks is nothing but a scam.

1) Testimonials

When you want to make sure something is legit, you look for reviews, right? Because those would be people who have already had experience with the program and are reporting in on how it worked for them. 

Well, in this case, I would rather you don’t even look at those testimonials because I have proof that they are completely fake. 

You see, you have no way to confirm any of those testimonials are true; no way to talk to anybody, no way to connect with anyone on social media and so on. So how can you believe that these people really did make the kind of money they claim? How do you know these are not made up?

One testimonial in particular caught my eye and she said that she made $25K starting 4 months ago:

But when I looked up how long ago Clout Bucks was created, it shows that it was only a month ago, from the time of this writing.

So as you see, the website was not even in existence 4 months ago. So how could she have used the website to make money? 

Here’s another one where the date is completely off, in 2018. Again, the website wasn’t even live then. So it’s impossible for anybody to have been able to make any money from the program. Both of these make me believe that the testimonials and payment proofs are FAKE!

2) Resemblance to another similar program I reviewed a few days ago

Oh yes, Clout Bucks looks like a rehash of another program that I reviewed before, called Referral Pay, which is a rehash of Viral Pay and Viral Dollars.

All of them work the same way and tell you that you can make $500 today. The websites looks similar but when it comes to the testimonials, that’s when it really hits you! Just look at how similar these look.

The dates, the numbers and even the comment made is the same. 

3) People saying they haven’t got paid

And the thing is that so many people reported not being paid by Viral Pay and Viral Dollars. So if Clout bucks is related to all of these programs, then chances are that you won’t get paid either! Here are a few screenshots of the complaints to give you an idea. 

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4) Anonymous creator

And finally, what I wonder about for every single program that I review, is about the creator of the programs. Who are they? Are they real? Can they be reached? Do they have a good reputation in the industry? Are they knowledgeable and know what they are doing?

In this case of Clout Bucks and the whole group, well, there isn’t any information about the creator at all. So every single question here is a big NO!

You can verify anything. You can’t contact anybody. You don’t know anything at all about them. So if they’re hiding, what does that tell you about them?

This is just too common with scams. Scammers create scam after scam and remain anonymous so as not to be caught and sued. This is exactly what’s happening here. If they had nothing to hide and a legit program that really helps you make money, what would be the need to hide, right?

Is Clout Bucks A Scam?

In my honest opinion, yes, I believe Clout Bucks to be a scam. No, I haven’t signed up for the program but I have found out enough about the other programs or other rehashes to know that this program is, at the very least, not going to work as advertised.

There are just too many bold claims and red flags that don’t add up.

Like those testimonials and the dates of the payment proof. And then you have the correlation between Clout Bucks and Referral Pay, Viral Pay and Viral Dollars, all programs that have been proven NOT to pay those who worked hard to get referrals.

And what about that anonymous creator? This is the creepiest of everything that I’ve find out about this program. People might say it’s because they are protecting their privacy but that BS in my opinion. There are too many scams and the only way to stand out is for you to put your face out there and stand up for your product.

If you’re not doing that, then something is wrong. You definitely won’t make money for the long-term and will have to come up with other ways to scam people, which is exactly what this guy did here with the four programs.

Of course, you can sign up for anything you like. But I wouldn’t sign up to Clout Bucks or any of the other programs if I were you.

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Thanks for reading my Clout Bucks review. Have you had any experience at all with the program? Please share so we can all make an informed decision.

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