Twice Confirmed Traffic Scam Review

My personal Twice Confirmed Traffic Scam Review – Does it work in 2018?

twice confirmed traffic

Overall Ranking:        1/10
Price:                           59.95 per month
Owners:                       Tyler Anderson
Website:                      www.twiceconfirmedtraffic.com



Twice confirmed traffic is paid traffic service, claiming to have completely changed the game of paid advertising.  The service is supposed to be the resale of paid traffic (but they won’t reveal any details) which has been tested already by the owners to convert (once confirmed), and combined with an member community where paid members can confirm if they made sales or generated leads – making it twice confirmed.



  • About 1 in 20 people in popular forums claim to have made sales with this service.  Unfortunately some of these positive feedbacks appear suspicious and could be fake.  But I don’t have proof, so it’s only fair that I mention it.


  • There is only a 24 hour refund policy – not nearly enough time for testing results
  • No details about source of the traffic is  revealed in any way – not even your number of hits to your links
  • The source of the traffic is suspicious – see my detailed overview below
  • The “confirmation bay” is also suspect – I tested the same products with no results
  • On a popular internet marketing forum there are claims that the community is fake – members reported being unable to add their own posts to it
  • Aggressive MLM type affiliate payment plan, encouraging members to promote this like crazy
  • Most people who buy this service don’t know enough about tracking and have no idea as to why they are not getting results
  • It show similarity in some areas to the Submission Works Scam, could be the same creators
  • Basically, it DOES NOT WORK



I tested this product myself, so I will walk you through what to expect.

You sign up for the service with your credit card.  It is a monthly recurring billing, and will continue until you cancel your subscription (which they did do promptly when requested).

When you log in, there is some basic training, which I skipped because the concept is simple; you enter some links you want to send traffic to.  The more links you enter, the more your traffic is distributed evenly across your links.

You can look at the confirmation bay to see what is supposedly working right now.  They are categorized into different sections, as you see below:



twice confirmed traffic review


The programs move everyday up and down as indicated by the arrows.  I doubt whether this has any real resemblance, I think it’s all fake.

Note that I blacked out the details, because most them were questionable products/services like the Empower Network scam.


I added tracking links and left it for few days.  When I checked back in, I found no sales or subscriptions.


I logged into my tracking service, and learned the following about my twice confirmed traffic results:


twice confirmed traffic results




  • Unique hits percentage was about 40%  –  this means for every 10 hits to my link, there was only 4 unique visitors – they are sending repeat hits to the same people
  • All hits was attributed as originating from a hitserver.com – the claims about buying & testing traffic from different sources are looking a bit dubious.


So I checked out that url in my browser, and this is what showed up:


twice confirmed traffic scam











Looks like just another guaranteed visitors setup.  Nothing new about that, they have been around for ages, and are well know for not delivering results!



This was a waste of my time and money, and it will be the same for you.

I suggest you stay away from paid traffic programs like these, and rather focus on taking charge of your own traffic through organic search engine traffic.






    • Yes, I have proof. You are promoting them as an affiliate but the facts remain.

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