BENGALURU: A new app Paybookclub was launched by Capexsales in collaboration with Innovellent Technologies Ltd which is a start-up company based in Bengaluru. This new app started in India by an overseas entrepreneur that says it will be challenging Facebook(TM) by offering cash rewards to its members. This App was developed by Capexsales Ltd, a marketing firm based in the West Midlands, to offer people an alternative to Facebook and other social networking sites. The difference with Paybookclub is the monetary incentives and increased levels of safety that it offers. Shred Pillai, CEO, Capexsales Ltd said, “Usually on social media, the average person will share their photo or their witty status, which will get reposted all over the media while the person who posted it will get nothing. Paybookclub aims to reward the users who share their content and post likes or shares by monetizing the content. It is our aim to become the global marketplace for content where millions will find gainful employment for a lifetime.”
The app operates by rewarding its users in cash for posting their content on its platform. Members will also get paid for each like, comment and share they make on posts, as well as for the time spent on the network.
Paybookclub has also launched a Million Members Sign Up campaign and aim to attract Indians, to avail the benefits of free membership, loyalty bonus which is available in the Terms of Service on the company’s website – www. paybook.club. The app is available for free download from Google Play Store or App Store. Amit Verma, CEO of Innovellent Technologies, the software partner of Paybookclub, said “Paybookclub offers tomorrow’s technology today, ensuring the highest security to members with fingerprint/ iris scans and encryption. Paybookclub app is just a front end for a fast and highly scalable web application based on Mongo DB™, AWS™, sophisticated analytics and pushes the communication. One of the new features to be introduced is screening of full length movies which will address the piracy problem in the industry.”