Ads Supply Review (ads-supply.com) – SCAM Warning

Ads Supply (located at Ads-Supply.com) is a new website that promises to provide an easy way for beginners to start making lots of money online by investing in online advertising campaigns.

Ads Supply Website ScreenshotThey claim to have taken the complexity out of online marketing & through what they refer to as their “self-service platform” you’re led to believe that you can simply invest & earn, without any experience or work whatsoever.

But as somebody who’s worked online for many, many years, I can tell you that’s a very bold claim.

So, what’s the truth about Ads Supply?

Is it really legit & can you really make good money with it?… Or is Ads Supply a scam that’s just set out to part you with your hard-earned cash?

Well, if that’s what you’ve been trying to find out you can rest assured that you’ve landed in exactly the right place because in this Ads Supply review I am going to be uncovering everything there is that you need to know.

What Is Ads Supply?   |   How Does Ads Supply Work?   |   The Red Flags   |   Fake Reviews   |   Ads Supply Complaints   |   Is Ads Supply a Scam?   |   A Better Alternative

What Is Ads Supply?

Ads Supply claims to be a self-service online advertising platform & basically, they promise to provide you with an opportunity to earn easy money online by investing in banner ads.

According to them, there are many companies that are looking for new customers online & willing to pay for them… And you can get a slice of the pie through Ads Supply by simply handling the running of their advertisements.

You’re told that all you need to do is simply sign up & either create a banner ad yourself or choose one from their selection of pre-made ones.

Then, you pay Ads Supply to run it on the network of websites that they allegedly own & you earn commissions each time somebody clicks on it & signs up with the company that it’s promoting.

And to make it even easier, they also promise that you’ll be put in touch with an “account manager” who’ll help you with every step of the process in order to make sure you generate profits.

So ultimately, you’re almost led to believe that Ads Supply provides a simple and guaranteed way to make money…

But does it really?

Well, in short, no – it doesn’t.

And I can say that so confidently because I’ve actually already seen the Ads Supply scam several times before. It simply keeps on changing its name in an attempt to escape negative reviews so that the people behind it can continue tricking unsuspecting folk into signing up.

The Ads Supply scam has previously been named Clicks Dealer, Click2Sell & Banner Bit, among other names.

And I was actually alerted to it recently when a visitor to my website left the following comment on my Click2Sell review:

Ads Supply Scam Complaint

So how exactly does Ads Supply really work? And is there any chance that you can actually make money with it?

Keep on reading to find out because that’s exactly what I’m going to be covering next.

How Does Ads Supply Work?

Ads Supply essentially promises to provide you with an easy way to make money through something known as lead generation, which is the process of sourcing new customers for companies online.

They claim that there are several companies online that pay commissions to people for referring new customers to them… And it’s true, there are indeed such companies that pay money for referrals.

It’s a process known as affiliate marketing.

Now, Ads Supply claims to have developed a platform that has made it really easy for people to begin making money with affiliate marketing, even if they have absolutely no experience whatsoever.

And more importantly, they claim that their method requires no work – only investment.

So if you have some money, then Ads Supply essentially promises to provide you with a way to turn that money into a passive online income by simply investing in banner advertising.

They claim that the banner adverts will be run across the huge network of websites that they claim to own & that you’ll begin earning commissions from anybody that happens to click on them & sign up with the company that they’re promoting.

And I think you’ll agree, it sounds pretty attractive…

After all, who on earth wouldn’t want to turn a one-time investment into a passive income without having to do any work whatsoever?

But the problem is that whilst to a newcomer the opportunity may seem legitimate & lucrative, in reality, it’s completely fake & Ads Supply will do nothing other than scam you of your cash.

You see, whilst it is indeed possible for newcomers to make money with affiliate marketing, it’s simply not possible to do it the way that Ads Supply claims you can – and that’s why they offer no real proof as to what websites your banner ads are actually running on.

The whole thing is a complete con – but a clever one, I’ll admit.

The Red Flags

Firstly, the Ads Supply opportunity simply sounds WAY too good to be true… And as the good old saying goes, “if something sounds too good to be true, then it probably is”.

In the instance of Ads Supply, it definitely is.

But on top of that, there are also several other red flags with Ads Supply that I will list below.

Fake Company Address

The Ads Supply website has the company listed as follows;

Kinetic Advertising B.V. Zekeringstraat 17 A, 1014 BIVI Amsterdam

But that address is actually the address of a company named The Behaviour Company, as shown below:

The Behaviour Company Address

What legitimate company uses a fake address? Quite simply, none.

Connections With Similar Scams

The Terms & Conditions on the Ads Supply website state the following:

“AdsSupply” a brand owned and operated by RONTAMEL LTD, Registration No. 399962, Archiep. Meletiou Kronidi 14, 1025 Nicosia, Cyprus.

And not only is the address/company name listed in their Terms & Conditions different to that shown on their homepage, but a quick search reveals it’s also connected with a similar scam named Click2Sell.

Rontamel LTD

Warning By US Federal Trade Commission

On the website JustAnswer, a concerned Ads Supply investor asked a fraud expert if they believed that Ads Supply was a scam. The fraud expert outlined that the US Federal Trade Commission warns against the Ads Supply model as shown below:

Ads Supply Fraud Warning

Fake Reviews

One of the reasons so many people got caught out by the Click2Sell scam (the previous version of this scam) was because the scammers behind it spent so much money on investing in paid, fake reviews.

This meant that when people searched for things like “is Click2Sell a scam?” they were greeted with fake reviews which assured them that it wasn’t and that it was actually legitimate.

And the same is happening with Ads Supply.

If you run a search for Ads Supply review then you are greeted with over 10 paid reviews on the very first page of Google, which hides the REAL (negative) reviews about the company.

It’s easy to see that the review are all paid reviews because not only do they all say extremely positive things about the company, but they also contain several links to the Ads Supply website.

Here is an example of what I mean:

Ads Supply Reviews

All of the so-called honest Ad Supply reviews are all promoting the Ads Supply website, yet it is a complete scam, so it’s clear to see that the owners of those websites have been paid by Ads Supply to write fake reviews.

Not good.

Ads Supply Complaints

This section of my Ad Supply review will be an ongoing-updated part of the review in which I will aim to bring to light Ad Supply complaints as & when they surface, to help share the real truth about the company.

Already, I have had visitors sharing complaints on my blog about the Ad Supply scam as shown below:

Ads Supply Scam Complaint

And a fraud expert on JustAnswer even said the following when questioned about Ad Supply:

Ads Supply Fraud Warning

So it’s safe to say that it’s already not looking very good for Ads Supply & it seems that their company has only very recently actually begun promoting this new version of their scam.

I imagine there will be hundreds more Ad Supply complaints coming to light very soon.

Is Ads Supply a Scam?

Yes, absolutely. Ads Supply (found at ads-supply.com) is most definitely a scam. There is simply no way that you can “flip online advertising” like they claim you can & generate a profit in doing so.

The reality is that the website has just been built on a ploy that the creators have compiled in an effort to trick newcomers into making large deposits so that they can line their pockets at their expense.

I mean yes, it is indeed possible to earn money in the way that Ads Supply claim (by generating leads & promoting companies) but you cannot just invest & earn with ease like Ads Supply claim you can.

Instead, to make good money online you need to put in work to make it happen… There are no shortcuts or magic-platforms that’ll see you making lots of money really easily – that’s just a pipe-dream.

The good news, however, is that if you are indeed prepared to put in that work to make it happen then there are plenty of legitimate places where you can get started & learn how to do it.

One of my personal top-recommendations for newcomers to start with is Commission Academy.

At Commission Academy, you’ll learn exactly how money is made online & you’ll learn how you too can get a slice of the pie for yourself. Plus, the best part is that you don’t have to pay anything to get started.

So if you’re looking to earn money online legitimately (without the risk) then I’d highly recommend checking that out.

But whatever you decide to do, I simply hope that my honest Ads Supply review here has given you a good insight into how the whole thing really works & most importantly, I hope it has helped you to save some money.

Do feel free to share your experiences below.

A Better Alternative

The sad truth is that unfortunately most of the programs promising to help you make money online are scams. I can say that confidently after exposing over 500+ of them here on this blog.

But the good news is that even though most of them are indeed scams, there are actually some very good programs in amongst them - some programs that can truly help you to earn money.

And out of all of the legit programs I've seen, the one I would recommend the most to anybody looking to get started online is Commission Academy. In my own opinion, that's the best place to start.

At Commission Academy, you'll be provided with everything you need (including the training & tools) to begin earning real money by promoting products or services for companies like Amazon online.

The best part is that there's literally no limit on the amount you can earn with it & the process is pretty simple which means that it's absolutely perfect for people that don't have much experience.

Some wealthy affiliates even earn as much as 5-figures per month... Or more!

Amazon Earnings Example

I mean don't get me wrong, that kind of money won't just fall into your lap without doing any work... But the harder you're willing to work at it, the more you stand to earn with it.

So if you're looking to get started but don't know which route you should go down or which program you should join (and don't want to waste money on bogus things that don't actually work), then I'd highly recommend checking out Commission Academy first. You can learn more about it here.

About the Author:
Born & raised in England, Dale is the founder of Living More Working Less & he has been making a living from his laptop ever since leaving his job as an electrician back in 2012. Now he shares what he's learned to help others do the same... [read more]

28 thoughts on “Ads Supply Review (ads-supply.com) – SCAM Warning”

  1. OMG I’ve just invested $3,700AUD. I’mm 66 years of age and should know better. Well I’ll try to get my money back as there is suppose to be a 7 day cooling off period. I wish I had seen your site prior to buying.

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        • Would the easiest way to find out not be to simply call your bank & ask? There’s no need to overcomplicate the process – just call them, explain what happened & ask them what they can do to help.

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  2. Sadly I have also been caught, we are taught “if it sounds too good to be true – it is”. The people I dealt with were all South African’s and because I am from there originally thought I could trust them. I was trying to make a bit extra to pay for visa’s for my partner. Stupid stupid me. I have lost close to $30 000. The money was paid into an Australian Account and then transferred to something called Kraken. Never in my life have I been so gullible

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    • I’m really sorry to hear that Jacqueline, but it is good of you to come here & share your experience to help prevent others from making the same mistake.

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  3. I have put 4000 dollars to ads supply and they are pushing me hard to put another 7000 $ in and after reading what I just read I am not putting any more in I hope I can get my money back why do they all sound South Africa I have talking to David and Barry I told them it seems to good to be true they told me it is legitimate in the first 11 days my campaign made 7800 usd they sent 500 usd

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      • Exactly. They will give small amounts to trick you into believing they are legit.
        This is a wholly FRAUDUENT, CRIMINAL, and CURRUPT fake business.
        They advertise they put your ads on internet. They do not . It is a fake or dummy platform also to trick you.
        Ask your banks to charge back on these crooks.
        I was taken for over 20,000 USD.
        So far my banks are recovering my money.
        I will be happy to send anyone my evidence that I provided my banks with to recovery money. No charge in case youre wondering.
        We can ban together to support each other .

        Good luck to all .

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        • Hi Doreen, would you be so kind as to send me any information about Ads-Supply as to recovery of money, i also got scammed and lost $17K US.
          I was too trusting.

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        • Hi Doreen,

          I’m afraid I’m in the same boat as you and lost almost $20,000 USD. Could you send me the evidence you used to supply to the bank in order to get the chargeback process started?

          Thank you!

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  4. I got several calls from them
    the numbers on the call display were
    +44 20 3150 2783
    44 20 3150 0619

    Exact same website,
    first a lady with an Indian accent, then the “Manager” with an English accent.
    Very convincing and I thought it was from lead-gen service I signed up for.

    What alerted me was them asking for my date of birth, banking information over the phone.
    (versus just entering on a secure website)
    and banking information vs. merely card details

    Scary.
    Really close call.

    Also, I was hmming and pausing. He got frustrated and started yelling at me.

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  5. Hi Dale, I would like to thank you for this website, but unfortunately I found this information to late, I will try and recover the $6000+ AUD, how true your warning about a Google search! GOF that’s me “Gullible Old Fool”
    “If you run a search for Ads Supply review then you are greeted with over 10 paid reviews on the very first page of Google, which hides the REAL (negative) reviews about the company.”
    If I have any luck trying to get my money back I will let you know.

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    • I’m sorry to hear about that John – but it’s easy to see how you fell for it with all of those paid reviews circulating. I hope you are able to recover your funds 🙂

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  6. Don’t do it! Trust your intuition. Count me and my partner as scammed by Ads Supply then. It all began from clicking an ad on FB then a call from BrainHub and a guy who sounded like Count Dracula (Eastern European). Next came a call from ads Supply. Alarm bells: 1. Too good to be true, 2. They are all South African (not being racist here. I know many scams come out of there), 3. Business address was Cypress (Google showed empty lot on edge of run down neighbourhood), 4. Upselling got my conservative $250AUD investment (gamble) up to $15,000AUD when my partner innocently supported me in my “new venture”, 5. Caught me out during a vulnerable time, 6. Goal posts keep moving. Originally was told investment was locked in for 6 months then the additional bonus they contributed ($15k) to get to a new level of international exposure would be gifted to us along with what our account generated. Passed the 6 month mark and not received any money despite requests for funds to pay my medical bills. Recent spell is the account becomes liquid when we generate $100k from campaigns. This month the spiel is the account doesn’t become liquid until it generates $750k (it’s a long term investment they say), 7. Our adult kids listened into first conversations and said don’t do it, sounds like a scam. Listen to your kids folks, they know the dangers of social media, it’s their playground!, 8.Tonight was the third time they attempted to extract more money ($3k) on a once off opportunity, first time it was about flying cars in Japan, this time it’s related to Black Friday 27 November click frenzy sales. Promise is the next day they will transfer all the profits into our account, 9. Unprofessional language and aggressive hard sell from Lloyd, Scott, Jordan and team, 10. Signed up in May 2020 and have had a weekly call to check in and discuss progress of the account (grooming and proving legitimacy). 11. I did contact the bank in the beginning re chances of getting money back and they said not likely because we used credit card but. Knowing now it’s definitely a scam, will keep pushing for investigation. Posting at 2am because I can’t sleep after tonight’s 1/2 hr conversation with our “account manager” ended in an argument. Stupid, gullible, embarrassed. I can see clearly now, thanks for your blog and others who have contributed. Best of luck to you all in getting funds back.

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  7. We do we start.

    We have been dealing with this XXX company since early May 2020.

    Firstly we invested $250 and then over a period of a couple of weeks they kept promising more exposure and greater benefits. We finally got stung for Aus$10,000.00

    Over this time we have well over 100 calls from various staff. The website looks very real and daily results looks like it is real..

    The names they used include James (Manager), Marcus (Account Manager), Lloyd, Jordan,Luke and various other people, all South Africans, pretending to be in the UK, which we don’t think they are. I really feel that they might use different names for different clients, not sure why, but
    just a feeling I have.

    They have continued to harass us to get more money. All monies supposedly earned from the campaigns were reinvested in new campaigns. We have logged everyday the earnings.

    When they commissions were quite big we requested several times for money. But they ignored all these requests, Early in the piece they did give us US$1,000, but we now know that this was a con.

    When as any questions about payment of what the called Click Money, we were told various stories including: I dont know, at the end of each campaign, after 6 months and also when you reach 1,000,000 clicks.

    Marcus called us in about early September, trying to get us to invest more. But when we refused to invest more until we got money back. He got extremely agressive and said that he would talk to us in December.

    The last week about the 4th November we get a call from Marcus telling us that they had approx. AUS$83,000 for us. He again had his fingers in our computer. He had my husband open a Coin Spot account and deposit $2,000.00, telling us that this was necessary to set the limit for deposits on the account. Marcus also advised my husband that they would deposit $2,000.00 from their end. He advised that we could draw this money back out. It is to be noted that he also knew what the password was, He claimed that until he paid us this money, he could not get his commission. Just another nasty tactic to get us to do what he wanted.

    They never deposited the $2,000.00 and when asked a few day later, he completely denied that he had said this. This is typical of their tactics, and as I will detail below, he is extremely agressive and tries to belittle you.

    In the same call which was in the evening he wanted my husband to contact the bank to increase our daily transfer limit to AUS$80,000. into the coin spot account. The excuse for this, was that this would increase the deposit limit to AUS$80,000. We refused, of course.

    The next morning, as agreed with Marcus, we put in a request to Coin Spot in withdraw the $2,000. We know now that this is just a ploy to get your confidence.

    The next day we received several calls from Coin Spot, regarding this transaction. They were extremely helpful and explained that they had access to the account and our computer. They blocked the account so that they could not access it or withdraw from it. They also confirmed that Ads-Supply could deposit any amount of money, with no limits.

    On their advise we also had our computer completely cleaned of all shareware, including Any Desk which is what the were using. We took our laptop immediately to a computer shop and had this done,

    On Monday the 9th November Marcus rang me again, and tried to get us to deposit the $80,000. I explained calmly and slowly that we wanted them to deposit the money as promised. As always he became extremly aggressive and nasty, accusing me of babbling. Stating that was company policy that we had to deposit at least $20,000 for them to deposit $20,000. I stayed very calm as I am trying to get some of our money get, He get more aggressive and hung up on me, His excuse for the urgency was the US elections.

    Warning to everyone,

    1. Do not let them put any software in your computer that lets them have access to it. As they will get you to open your bank accounts so that they can see what money you have and what access you have to other funds.

    N.B. they talk extremely fast and get extremey aggressive very easily if you do not do exactly what they want, Several staff refuse to talk to me, Robyn (wife) accusing me of being aggressive. This is not the case as I try to get them to answer some questions and they use these tactics to bully people.

    From reading some of the articles, it seems so many people have been scammed by these XXX.

    If anyone has any idea of how we can bring them down, please let us know, we are keen to help.

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  8. I would not trust Ads supply ever they get you in and any money that is made they want you to put it back into the the company they never let you get any money out . Never get court with this company

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