billykilroy wrote: yes the ads are not clean and when I send in a report ticket They says it's not the site it is your computer. I do view the ads and watch everything. I know what it is someone is copying the others ads so when you first click on it you think you are going to one site but it takes you to another. I am not great with computers but I graduated college at the top of my class. And I know of all the tricks on a computer but I can't do most of them. Mostly because I don't care to practice deception. Thank you for your support
If you take a look around the forum, no one else has nor is having the issue you
have been stating for some time.
All ads are viewed by administration before being listed for member view. Ads
may only have one popup. A popup is an ad of some sort that comes up on the
site wanting to lead the viewer to another page/site or requesting the viewer to
Ads may have frame breakers. A frame breaker causes the page being viewed
to release from the program script and thereby the viewer not receiving said
credit. To correct this issue with frame breakers, administration has programed
the 'Stay On Page' little box that comes up on frame breaker pages while in the
view ad state. In this regard, the member simply clicks the 'Stay On Page' so
that the timer can start and so that the page won't break out of the frame in order
to receive said credit.
In regards to the website you are referring to, that you have stated in past, you
get paid you said, but you also said it leads you to other pages. In reality, that
is not suppose to happen. It does not happen to me. I have been working online
for 20+ years and it has never happen to me since that site has been online.
So lets look at the possibilities since that site does not have lead pages.
Possibility One: This is the strongest possibility is that you have a hijacker.
A hijacker can hijack one or more pages that view online and can be more
than annoying. Hijackers are most likely to hijack on some browsers more
than others and some computers more than others. Example: Windows
based computers and IE browser but this does not rule out others as well.
HOW TO GET RID OF HIJACKER: Some hijackers are very difficult to get
rid of......McAffee and Norton will not always get rid of hijackers and it also
depends on what versions of those software you have. The easiest and the
best to get rid of a hijacker is to install AVAST free software and run it.
Possibility Two: There is a virus on your computer. There is too many
corrupt things out there to even begin to count in regards to virus, male
ware, etc. It doesn't matter if you graduated top in your class or at the
bottom. IF the anti-virus software does not get rid of the issue, try another
anti virus software. Anti virus software will NOT protect all computers
from all virus. It is impossible since new virus comes out every day.
There are some things you can also try such as cleaning your machine
which should be done on a very regular basis anyway. By that I mean,
clearing the cache, clearing history, etc. Then reboot your machine.
Another thing you might check is your browser settings and even try
using another browser if you have not tried that.
As a last resort, you could have someone in your area take a look at
your computer to see what is happening......geek squad or a local
computer shop. That way, you can show them exactly what is happening.
You have not presented screen shots or anything for members here to
see so members to administrators cannot do much in the way of helping
since what you are experiencing is not a ClixSense issue.
On a final note, there is no such thing as a 'fake ad'.....especially if you
are getting paid for it. AND before you said it was a 'MakeMoneyRobot'
ad. Mashable ads are not the 'MakeMoneyRobot' ads......totally two
different ads and websites.