1 week since I've send mail, no reply at all. Totally ignored so I think they weren't so pro as the seemed. Real company will answer every single incoming mail even if it's the same question for 1.000.000th time, like Blizzard does. I am starting to understand why they put that IP rule. It's easy trap for most of people with dynamic IP. Register, start clicking, bring as much friends as possible, get banned because someday you log with IP already existing in database, bye.
We have to find some new site. While clicking on Onbux, I have checked their forum, and there were users talking about Neobux as one of older and eventually better PTC-site. I have just checked it, and account wont be banned even on shared IP:
[Because family is very important
Everyone in your household can join NeoBux (even your mother-in-law)!
There is a catch, though... Only one user per IP is allowed in 24 hours and only one account per computer.
This means, that if everyone in your house logins in the same day, only the first one can earn by clicking the advertisements. To allow another user to click advertisements, he or she will have to wait 24 hours.
But everyone can login to check their accounts or post on the forum, for example.
So, in short, to click advertisements and get paid, only one user per IP in 24 hours and only one account per computer.
Don't do that at school, work or by using some kind of Proxy or VPN because usually the IP is the same for every Internet user and the computers may be accessed by other accounts.[/quote]
So, I have registered there under "truewow" (fortruewow was already used) nickname. Just like on onbux:
You can only have direct referrals after 30 days of being a user and having at least 100 clicks credited
I have to click for a month. Main difference I noticed is, they don't "pay" as much as Onbux and that is actually in plus, because looks more real. But for more details, I'll make tomorrow new topic.