A security = somewhere you deposit money which provides some guarantee of repaying the money back with interest. Synonyms: guarantee, collateral, bond.
Traffic Monsoon specifically indicates that when a purchase is made on Traffic Monsoon it is not a deposit, and not an investment. There is a no-refund policy. There is no guarantee of repaying the money back. There is no income guarantee whatsoever. There is no insurance, no certificate to repay borrowed money at a fixed rate of interest at a specific time. There is no “interst” because there is no rate, no time, and no principle. The potential customer is made clearly aware that their purchase is for service, and not a deposit or investment.
While it is true Traffic Monsoon offers adpack buyers to click on ads and get paid, the amount of payment for clicking on ads is not guaranteed to be any amount; only a cap is set for the maximum a customer could receive for clicking on ads, no amount given in any amount of time, rate, or period.
Therefore a purchase with Traffic Monsoon truly does not match the definition of an investment, nor does it match with the definition of security.
Since the definition of what is offered on Traffic Monsoon is not an investment/security then the buyers are not investors, but customers. Customers who buy an adpack on traffic monsoon do receive a service. They also do receive a tracking mechanism which records how much their clicking has rewarded them in order to cut those rewards off when the maximum is reached. While these customers can qualify to get paid for surfing from money paid from new or repeat customers – the underlying fact is the people making the purchase are customers and not investor because there is no guaranteed return.. no guaranteed rate.. no guaranteed interest, time, or deposit.. no principle.. it’s a straight to the point purchase which provides the buyer an advertising service.