TripleClicks Reviews – Legit or Scam?


TripleClicks.com
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TripleClicks.com is a one stop shop auction site. TripleClicks features regular auctions with third party buyers and sellers, much like eBay, but it also features its very own penny auctions, called Pricebenders.

In order to participate in auctions on TripleClicks, you must purchase TCredits. TCredits are available anywhere from $1.99 for a single TCredit, to 29 cents per TCredit for a pack of 200.

You use TCredits to list items for sale on TripleClicks, but also to bid on items in their penny auction area called Pricebenders. Just like regular penny auctions, each bid raises the price of an item by 1 cent and extends the clock. The final bidder wins.

If you sell an item on TripleClicks, the sale money will be placed directly in your TripleClicks account and can be used immediately for purchase of other items for sale on the site.

If you would rather have the cash from your sale, you simply need to pay a small cash out fee and the money will be transferred to your PayPal account.

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Average Rating for " TripleClicks " is 3.31 out of 5 based on 48 reviews.
  • Scammers! Scammers!! Scammers!!

    Pls stay away from this site...

    Tripleclicks and SFI are a very full time scammer please don't open an account with them or buy anything from their store please.... They stole my $1030 I used to place an order for two phones.....
  • I am so confused about the site right now, someone introduced me to the site, I bought this and it was all successful but I can't even track them or to get there customers care number to call on my order. Please how can I get my items I order or the customer care so they can refund me my money.
  • Site is a rip off go thru a bunch of bull to try and get approved to sell on there site it takes for ever and support response sucks....
  • Instead of talking about T Credits and MRP. Can anyone let us know how much you earned till now???
  • TripleClicks is a legit way to shop online. I shop, play games, and participate in the penny auctions. They do have some pretty great products.

    I am also a member of SFI. I have never had to spend money. They only money I spent was my choice.
  • Tripleclicks is an online legit shopping store. You get paid for shopping. Buy, Sell, Bid, Play..
  • Stay away of this bullshit SFI AND TRIPLECLICKS!

    Their ECA PROGRAM IS A FORCE SELLLING PROCESS, THEY WILL NEED YOU TO BUY THEIR SELLER LICENSE EVEN IF YOU COMPLY TO ALL THEIR REQUIREMENTS.

    Their support si BLIND! I THINK HE/SHE IS A DRUG ADDICT! SO FUCKING IDIOT.

    STAY AWAY OF TO THESE SFI AND TRIPLECLICKS, THEY WILL JUST GET YOUR MONEY
  • This is a whole waste of time!!! if there is a negative rating ill put the lowest rate! so fucking idiot system they got, Stay away of this website, they will just get your money and ended up nothing.

    They gonna make you read (mind conditioning) how to earn money from them, but the real thing is, you need to spend thousands of dollars in order to get a cent from them which is not good. A COMPLETE WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY!!!
  • I am a new affiliate so my experience is limited.

    However, as an affiliate, I feel the triple clicks is a pretty good deal for most. The auctions are so cheap, you can't beat them.

    The reward potential for affiliates is great. The perks for triple clicks customers is rather good too.

    In many ways it depends on how you go about doing what you're doing.

    A customer can buy outright or be patient and get something on auction for actually only pennies on the dollar.

    Where can you buy silver for less than it's bullion value?

    I like it so far!
  • I have been an eca at triple clicks for nearly 3 years, During that time I have had thousands of followers and numerous good comments about my service, etc. I sell over 100 products on their site. However recently sfi stopped notifying me of orders when they were processed and I had no idea orders were there ( they used to send emails when orders came in) it is not practcle to check every day as I only sold items about 1-2 orders a month a best. that is first problem 2nd just today, i was notified that an order i processed and shipped within 2 days the customer recieved it witin 2 weeks and yet i was told i would not be paid as the cusomter filed a chargeback no explination given. and no appeal of this, So i paid for the product and the shipping the cusoter received the product and now does not have to pay for it, they dont even have to send it back! SFI offered no support or help when i reached out to them.
    • Mr. Wolfe, you don’t tell the whole story.

      When you signed up as an ECA, you agreed to the ECA Agreement that we have in place.

      That agreement clearly indicates that we reserve the right to seek payment from the seller should a chargeback occur. Here is the clause that YOU agreed to when you signed up for this program:

      e. We may refuse service to anyone for any reason. We may earn interest or other compensation from the balances in our bank accounts that result from the timing difference between our being paid by Buyer and our bank account being debited to pay Payment Transaction credits to Seller. We will bear the risk of credit card fraud (i.e. fraudulent purchase arising from the theft and unauthorized use of a third party’s credit card information) occurring in connection with Payment Transactions, and Seller will bear all other risk of fraud or loss; provided, that we will not bear the risk of credit card fraud in connection with any of Sellers products that are not fulfilled strictly in accordance with the order information and shipping information that we provide you. We reserve the right to seek reimbursement from Seller if we, in our sole discretion, decide to provide a refund to Buyer if Seller cannot promptly deliver the goods, discover erroneous or duplicate transactions, or receive a chargeback from Buyer’s credit card issuer for the amount of Buyer’s purchase from Seller. We may obtain reimbursement of any amounts owed by Seller to TC by deducting from future payments owed to Seller, reversing any credits to Seller’s Account, charging Seller’s credit (or debit) card, or seeking such reimbursement from Seller by any other lawful means. You authorize us to use any or all of the foregoing methods to seek reimbursement, including the debiting of your credit card or debit card.

      We NEVER stopped notifying you of orders. The system is automated….every other ECA gets notice, why were you not getting notice? It’s easy to blame us and say we stopped sending them. What purpose would that serve? We WANT orders to be placed on our site. Not notifying our sellers of the orders is shooting ourselves in the foot.

      This can only be explained by a fault with your email provider. Email delivery can be questionable…..you could have simply logged into your account at any moment to find out if you had new orders. Any good business person would do this regularly to see if any new orders had come in.

      You also failed to mention that we PAID you for the said order that you are complaining about when we discovered that the chargeback had been rescinded. Please make sure when you are out there “badmouthing” us that you give the actual FACTS of what happened.

      It would also be good advice for you to READ the agreements that are put in front of you and have a full understanding of them BEFORE you sign up for various programs.
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