click-intensity-logoThere is no information on the Click Intensity website indicating who owns or runs the business.

As at the time of publication, the Click Intensity website only displays a ticker counting down to a March 16th launch.

Further research reveals a “contact us” page on the Click Intensity website providing a “company address” in Bedfordshire, UK.

This address is for the Maxet House Business Centre, in which office space and mailing addresses can be rented.

The Click Intensity website domain (“clickintensity”) lists “Click Intensity” as the owner and was first registered on June 26th, 2009.

The domain registration was recently updated on February 22nd, 2016, which is likely when the current owner(s) acquired it.

Of note is the Delaware, US address listed on the registration, which is obviously different from the UK address provided on the Click Intensity website.

The Deleware address is that of Hardvard Business Services, who on their website claim to have been “forming Delaware companies for more than 30 years”.

As with the UK, it appears Click Intensity exists in Delaware in name only.

A closed Facebook group exists for Click Intensity, with Tara Mish, Ankur Agarwal and Nick Johnson listed as admins.

On his Facebook profile, Nick Johnson credits himself as Click Intensity’s CEO.

Nick Johnson’s Facebook profile was only created a few weeks ago, and appears to exist for the sole purpose of promoting Click Intensity. The photo used to represent Johnson has been cropped and superimposed against a white background.

It is highly likely that Nick Johnson, the purported CEO of Click Intensity, doesn’t exist.

At the time of publication, Alexa currently estimate that 31.5% of traffic to the Click Intensity website originates out of India.

The use of a mailing address in the UK and generic Anglo-Saxon named admin is typically a calling card of Indian scammers. In all likelihood, Click Intensity is probably being run out of India.

As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.

The Click Intensity Product Line

Click Intensity has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Click Intensity affiliate membership itself.

The Click Intensity Compensation Plan

Click Intensity pay affiliates to complete tasks. The company also solicits $25 investments on the promise of a $30 ROI.

Cash Tasks

Click Intensity claim their affiliates will be able to make money by “completing cash tasks”.

From Time To Time Whether You Are A Free member or paid member, u will get cash tasks which on completion will give you income.

The $ value per cash task varies from task to task.

Paid members will get more cash tasks versus totally free members.

Cash task income appears to have nothing to do with the MLM side of Click Intensity.

Profit Sharing

Click Intensity affiliates invest $25 for “1 profit share in the company”.

Each $25 investment is advertised as paying out a $30 ROI, after which it “expires”.

Referral Commissions

Referral commissions in Click Intensity are paid out on profit sharing investments made by recruited affiliates.

The commissions themselves are paid out via a unilevel compensation structure.

A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):


If any level 1 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.

If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels.

Click Intensity cap payable unilevel levels at seven, with commissions paid out as a percentage of invested funds across each level:

  • level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 10%
  • level 2 – 1%
  • levels 3 to 6 – 0.5%
  • level 7 – 2%

Note that how many levels a Click Intensity affiliate can earn on is determined by accumulated personal investment as follows:

  • invest $25 = earn on level 1
  • invest $2500 = earn on levels 1 and 2
  • invest $5000 = earn on levels 1 to 3
  • invest $10,000 = earn on levels 1 to 4
  • invest $25,000 = earn on levels 1 to 5
  • invest $50,000 = earn on levels 1 to 6
  • invest $100,000 = earn on all available 7 levels

Joining Click Intensity

Affiliate membership with Click Intensity is free, however affiliates must invest at least $25 to participate in the offered MLM opportunity.


Timing Is Everything In MLM – Enroll Now Before Masses Come In!

100 % People Will Make Money Here Every 30 Minutes Upto 48 Times Daily!

No Selling Or Sponsoring Required!

The above is a marketing pitch from the Click Intensity website. Notable, it sounds more like a Ponzi pitch than that for a legitimate MLM business opportunity.

That’s because a Ponzi scheme is exactly what Click Intensity is.

Affiliates invest $25 on the promise of a $30 ROI, which itself is paid out of newly invested funds.

As Click Intensity themselves explain;

The profit share values will vary based on the total gross within the system.

Total gross = affiliate investment, with those funds used to pay out ROIs making Click Intensity a Ponzi scheme.

This is no fixed timeline for the profit share to hit $30 on each silver coin pack.

It’s a variable component and totally depends on company’s profits.

No new affiliate investment = no ROIs.

The “free tasks” are neither here nor there, as they have no bearing on the MLM side of the business. Likely the tasks will just be busy-body work sourced from third-party affiliate network, paying peanuts for clicks or some such.

As with all such schemes, once new affiliate investment dries up Click Intensity will find itself unable to meet its advertised ROI obligations.

When that happens the anonymous Click Intensity admin(s) do a runner, leaving the majority of investors with a loss.