Also Owns: tviptc.com, FreeHitXchange.com,
BuxUnleashed, ForeverBux, PowerfulBux, BuxSecure,
InfinityBux will be added to the Not Recommended List for the combined
1. Misuse of Member's Balances - The site and the
entire network ran behind on payments and decided to play with member's
balances and use it for investment. Members who cashed out saw their
payment go toward upgrades (purchase balance) instead of a payment for
their hard work:
3. Forum Posts Deleted & Bannings - I have personally
had the same problem with this site in regards to this issue. Awhile
back the admin decided to attack us for placing his site on the Watch
List and made an announcement on his forum about our blog. Note that he
did this a month after we moved his site to the Watch List and when our
blog was down due to moving to a new host.
So in return we confronted him by replying to this announcement on the
forum and wanted to make it clear that his site is on the right list. He
approved our posts at first, then later turned around and deleted all of
our replies without reason. He even was posting replies taunting us with
comments like "what's wrong boss, don't like when people talk about you"
without allowing our posts to show. Very childish and unprofessional way
to behave when someone is trying to defend their actions. Even talked
down at us for wishing everyone a Merry Christmas! While I don't want
to make this personal, the guy was being a total jerk and I can see why
so many are fed up with this network.
Later the entire announcement was removed along with all the posts and
replies. Screen shot to prove that there was a thread there and it did
Note that the owner has posted here several times on our blog and not a
single time have we ever deleted any of his posts. However about 9
months later after the incident (described above) we had to ban him from
our own forum due to his psychotic behavior and postings. He started to
post multiple times one after another, repeating the same statements
over and over again for attention. Then he started to post in other
sections about his site that had nothing to do with his site. Which is
not allowed. After months of this kind of behavior we had to say enough.
He went too far and even started to post threats on our Facebook and even
threaten us with legal action because he feels we are committing "libel"
by revealing this info to everyone. Yet all of this can be found on the
web and this is not being made up or false. Google search is your friend. Only reason why he is
threatening us and not others is because we wont recommend his sites to
our readers. Which is within our rights to share information and our
experiences with our readers.
4. Support Ticket System Removed. - At first it was $100 to
contact them via support. Since then they have removed the support
system altogether and you have to discuss account issues out in the open
forum. Which is not recommended for personal account issues that
member's may have.
5. Abrupt Changes - Site is changing referral earnings and
cashout with short notice. Cashout is now at $10 for all standard
members cashouts. Their reasoning behind this is due to cheaters
creating another account after they cashout.
6. Message Center Spam - This is annoying the hell out of users
and I do not blame them for getting upset over this. Instead of the
owner keeping them informed about issues and updates about the site, the
owner decides to force people to read the message center about other
sites he has joined or owns. Basically he is misusing this tool that was
meant for showing updates, and instead using it to get more signups.
7. Too Many Sites? - Well we know they can't handle support
tickets and I have expressed my concern with the owner before about him
opening one too many sites. I think placing a $100 fee on support ticket
just shows that he can't handle running so many sites. Owner says he
plans on opening altogether 12 sites. From what we have seen, large
networks tend to fail. It is hard enough to run one site yet alone 12
sites. Most of these large networks open other sites to pay for older
debt from the older sites.
8. Payment Processor Issues - First it was PayPal. They were limited
due to fraudulent activity from investments. Soon after paypal decided
this network is too risky to do business with. Then it was Payza giving them problems. With that said, many sites
problems with Payza, but at the same time if a site has proper back up funding then it should not have problems paying on time.
Also note that on their site they claim "PayPal is not a secure payment processor."
Talk about libel! Since on their other site freehitxchange.com currently uses paypal for payments and upgrades.
I wonder how PayPal would feel about such a statement since it is obviously not true. A clear contradiction and they even at one time had a long forum post on InfinityBux forum about how paypal was bad and
not secure. Of course it was removed, like many other posts. However you can find a
similar post by the admin at this site:
9. A Ponzi - The owner seems oblivious to the fact that he is running a ponzi network. What he is doing is opening one site after another. He opens one and then it gets in debt, his solution, open another site. He thinks that is an ethical way to run a business. He even admitted to running a ponzi yet he didn't even
comprehend that he admitted to running one.
"When AlertPay shut down CC processing, yes -- my sites went from pulling in high revenues to NEARLY NO REVENUES.. Yes, opening a traffic exchange was a way to LEVERAGE my money to create more revenues to cover the LOSS from the AlertPay outage."
Ok lets examine this statement. If people are clicking ads on his sites
and earning income from those ads, then why are the ads there in the
first place if you did not receive any payment for them being displayed? I will tell you why, he is running a ponzi
network. Opening all these Matrix sites, traffic exchanges, and "bux" sites is not a
From his own words:
"Because site sponsored ads were left up
too long (assuming alertpay really would return within 1-2 weeks as they
promised), the sites did sustain a level of debt.. however payouts were
still made as slowly as revenues were coming in. All my AlertPay based
programs I was a member of lost all their downlines, and many of them
So not only was he relying on investments he was relying on earnings
from his downlines in other sites to pay people? Folks this is not a
legitimate way to run a business. Like the old saying goes "don't count
your chickens before they hatch". He was thinking that he will pay his debt from other sites he opened and sites he was using. Instead he ended up moving people's balances to investments and people were not paid and had to work towards cashout again in order to get paid. Many gave up and left the sites when he did this. Wouldn't you if you reached $10 cashout
and someone decided to move your payment towards investment instead of
an actual payment?
So is InfinityBux a scam? Most will say yes, in our opinion the admin is just blind to the fact that he is running an unsustainable business which clearly has been proven already by all their problems. Is it paying? As of now, it is, however you have to remember that he removed all cashout requests and placed all member's funds in their purchase balance instead of making the payments. I wish I could do that with my bills. Just start from zero. However in the real world a
legitimate and honest business would not do that. So remember that
before you decided to join and use this site. Use at your own risk...
anyone would like to share their experience that they had with this
site, whether it is good or bad, feel free to do so on the
message board on our forum.
LibertyReserve removed temporarily till
undisclosed issues are fixed.
November 25, 2011
$100 support ticket fee removed. Support system
Must post proof to get paid again. Both forum
and the site.
November 16, 2011
Moved to Watch List. Payment processor issues,
$100 fee for support, and spamming the message
November 7, 2011
Maximum cashout is $15 due to Payza (formerly
known as AlertPay) funding.
October 23, 2011
Cashouts are not instant and manual due to
August 31, 2011
Minimum cashout changes . Now all standard
member's cashouts are at $10.
August 30, 2011 (actual date of change
Referral earnings back to 10%
August 11, 2011
Updated to BuxHost Script to - NextGen v3.90
July 5, 2011
June 28, 2011
PayPal removed permanently.
June 23, 2011
Vietnam no longer accepted and
restricted from using the site due to mass fraud and
June 14, 2011
PayPal added back on trial basis. Payments for
paypal will be processed manually.
May 30, 2011
Micro-Ads added. ($0.001)
Captcha system put in place where you have to
"claim your clicks". Must be done on "View
Advertisements Page". You'll need to collect the
clicks within 3 days or you'll lose them. It's best
to make sure to do it right away to avoid losing
May 13, 2011
PayPal removed and showing limited.
April 17, 2011
Referral Earnings increase from $0.001 to
No more commissions on referral upgrades
March 22, 2011
Instant Cashout Disabled:
"For security reasons, Instant Pay has been disabled
until further notice. We are working with our script
team to help fix this security threat. Payments will
be made once every 24 hours until this is resolved.
Apologize for the inconvenience."