BeckyBrooks wrote: I have been talking to people about Clixsense on Facebook and noticed today that all my posts about it are gone and also that it will not allow me to post a link. It says that clixsense is dangerous or found to be dangerous. What a bunch of hogwash. Facebook allows total porn on pages and will not remove that but they claim a link to clixsense is dangerous?
LOL yeah it's very dangerous - because people can earn amazing money on it without ever spending a dime and without relying on any ponzi, BUT of course FACEBOOk supports multi million $ ponzis like PV/MTV and the likes but not REAL PTC, REAL BUSINESS,......But yeah it's probably its users who complained to FB who think it is dangerous. I have tried referring people many times and when I tell them what I earned they call me a criminal, thief, ponzi player,etc......because they don't believe one can earn several thousands of $ from a non ponzi LOL so yeah, some people are ignorant and ill informed - and I guess FB being social media has to listen to the masses
Funny how FACEBOOK has not touched links to REALLY dangerous sites run by owners who swap your money and scam and have scammed in the past........I guess we now see what sides they are on.
I guess this is the way of thinking, anything you earn online from and it is perceived as being dangerous
so by that definition it would only be fair to not allow ANY earning site.....the ones they do allow now ARE
the dangerous ones.
Maybe they feel it is dangerous because we are here doing something useful with our time instead of messing around on facebook.
Unlike some admins who hide in Brazil and have bank accounts in different parts of the world, offshore and are lying scammers who don't use their real name for years only to uncover it years later and disappear in the woodwork,they could easily have done due diligence on CS and see it is a genuine US company, with its owner living in the US and a PayPal in good standing.
I sent a report saying it was not dangerous. Not sure if will do any good but hoping they change the policy on this.
They might have determined it a liability due to mass spamming !
Remember neobux was also banned from FB due to that site being mass spammed.
When people don't follow rules and send unsolicited spams and abuse - of course companies will get tons of complaints of people and simply blacklist sites.....and the excuse they will give is the site is dangerous.
There is one site many of you are a member of that is accepted by FB that does NOT deserve to be there,
I suspect its owner also a known past scammer is paying good money for the right people to look the other way.
It's all about money interest.
The good site owners get labeled SCAM, and the BAD sites get promoted like crazy and untouched.
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