I wouldn't touch it with a 10 foot pole.
It's no different than thousands of other "make easy money" type of sites on the internet that target people who are not otherwise qualified. You can find them offering modeling jobs, mystery shopping jobs, foreclosed real estate, you name it. They will not have ANY connections with any legitimate companies hiring translators. They will not have access to unlisted jobs, properties, or opportunities.
How these sites work is pretty much the same, regardless of the moneymaking opportunity being offered. In fact, many of the are even based on the same (or similar) templates!
Typically, what will happen is this:
-Site does some searches for businesses who have placed ads or even just have employees performing the activity in question. (For properties, they may just pull free public records). These are usually free internet searches that can be performed by anyone.
-They simply put the names of the companies or opportunities they find in a list. They don't research the individual hiring companies or their requirements, or the detail on the properties. In reality they don't care.
-They might offer additional "tools" on their website--e.g. tutorials, templates, whatever. Again, most of this content is simply taken from elsewhere on the internet, or is of fairly low quality.
-They create a website offering leads. They are careful NOT to guarantee anything except this list. They do not guarantee that individuals will get a job or make money.
-They make it more appealing to people who are less qualified (in this case people whose English is not as good.) They do this, because these people are not going to be successful in finding an opportunity on their own, and therefore are more likely to pay a site that they think may be able to help them.
-When someone signs up, they send them this list.
When the person fails to make money and demands a refund, they will refuse (or just won't respond.) If the person attempts a chargeback or a reversal through an external service, they will most likely fight it, based on the grounds that they provided exactly what they described. They offered you a list, and they sent one. They didn't guarantee anything else. If you were denied a job or didn't end up making money, it would be the result of your own qualifications, not their site.
You can see reports from others here:http://www.translationdirectory.com/forum/threads/?2285
As far as clickbank goes, looking at their actual terms of service, this is what they say:
ClickBank will, at its discretion, allow for the return or replacement of any product within 60 days from the date of purchase.
That means that if the company can establish that they provided you with what they offered (and technically if they were careful, they can do that), clickbank does not have to refund your money.