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#1 by kksin001 » Sun May 29, 2016 07:07

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26 May 2016 11:49 am
Dear Admin,

All of my rewards was disappeared. I'm quite disappointed in this move. Can I have it back?

Replied by Brian
26 May 2016 11:51 am
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Hello, you had allowed your account to go to inactive status. As per the ClixSense user agreement any account that goes to inactive status (90 days no logins) will be considered inactive and will be closed. The procedure prevents SPAM complaints from customers who have forgotten their accounts, and, reduces load on our mail servers.

All funds in the account are forfeited when set to inactive and if the account is reopened in the future, funds are not credited back.

Thank you
ClixSense Support

Please notice if your account didnt use for awhile, they will collect all of your effort. NO MATTER WHAT, they won't ASK you any reason behind and forfeit all of it.

It is a suck system and start from today, ban it and forward it out to the other forums.
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#2 by valerie » Sun May 29, 2016 07:10

I'll tell you what the 'suck system' is, it's you not being wise enough to read
the website terms and policies, not to mention even being here for over three
months. Then you come in here complaining to everyone for your own ignorance.
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#3 by jjohnson777 » Sun May 29, 2016 13:38

MOST sites do this after 15 or 30 days few wait until 90 days. All got to do is login every 89 days.
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#4 by Micshad » Sun May 29, 2016 14:41

It happened to me on another site. They didn't care that I was hospitalized for 3 weeks and couldn't get to my computer for another 2 months due to my injury but that didn't matter. I lost close to $50 on that site.

They should have given me some leeway for illness/injury. I would have been willing to send them proof but they weren't interested, only in getting the money back. Needless to say, I canceled my account with them.

You should be happy that you were given 90 days and valerie is right about reading the rules.
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#5 by valerie » Sun May 29, 2016 14:57

ClixSense happens to be run by intelligent human beings. They're understanding.

If you're going to be, for example, in the middle of the Amazon jungle for over
90 days, just let them know first.

Seriously, that is why they have it set to 90 days. That's more than long enough
for foreseen and even unforeseen circumstances.
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#6 by Darkstar2 » Sun May 29, 2016 15:39

valerie wrote: ClixSense happens to be run by intelligent human beings. They're understanding.

If you're going to be, for example, in the middle of the Amazon jungle for over
90 days
, just let them know first.

Seriously, that is why they have it set to 90 days. That's more than long enough
for foreseen and even unforeseen circumstances.

If one would be in the Amazon jungle for 90 days, I guess losing rewards here would be the least of their concerns lol.

Also people should read a thing called the terms of service - every serious PTC/rewards site has these limitations.

On neobux you get suspended after 30 days and permanently after 60.

Also I don't understand why people leave big balances when they leave.

That's what I've been saying for years, don't leave outstanding balances, you never can predict
unforeseen circumstances. Cash out when you can ! Some people like to have 4 figure / 5 figure balances on that other site. This is crazy :D

as far as losing referrals and stats that is unfortunate, but when you join this site you
would normally have READ the terms and by using the site ACCEPTED them, which means
you also accept the risks.

There is a historical person named Jefrrey, who proved that people do not read terms of service.
Yet this is the most important and CRITICAL thing a person must look at first thing BEFORE they join and use a site.
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#7 by tasman1 » Sun May 29, 2016 18:19

Why change rules for you ?
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#8 by RoseGold » Sun May 29, 2016 18:58

Yeah :!:
tasman1 wrote: Why change rules for you ?
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#9 by GlobalLove » Tue May 31, 2016 21:35

Very amazing ! Since February 2007 Clixsense has paid its 6,207,198 members $18,095,428.94 on time, every time!
Clixsense has delivered over 3,199,839,808 views to its advertisers' websites!
:D
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#10 by lotoole » Wed Jun 01, 2016 00:02

Ninety days is not unreasonable at all. After that time period, it would be logical for for the site to assume you lost interest and went away. .

Try working on a site religiously for almost a year and then having all payments stop to all members suddenly without any warning! That happened to me on another site which is still advertising that it pays its members while not doing so since last October. Then you'll have something to complain about.

This site doesn't suck. Quite the contrary. It's honest, pays its members regularly and could be an example for other websites to follow. I feel pretty lucky to have found it.
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#11 by seaeagle » Wed Jun 01, 2016 14:10

Perhaps a solution that would cost next-to-nothing & keep most people happy would be to send a warning email a week or two before deactivation that also makes it clear that any earnings will be forfeited?

Sometimes it can be hard to keep track of membership T&C when you are a member of lots of sites. For example, I'm a member of over 400 traffic exchanges, mailers, PTCs & other marketing sites. Obviously I do not log into all of those sites every day (or even every month in many cases), but I have set up a filter on my email program that sends any emails advising of potential account deactivation or inactive status into a special folder so I can address them straight away.
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#12 by TutFREAK » Wed Jun 01, 2016 15:05

90 days is more than generous for any site, it's safe to assume if you haven't logged in for this amount of time you have lost interest..
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#13 by lgoge970 » Wed Jun 01, 2016 15:23

This is a sad situation, even worse if you can barely understand English. If you are living in Hong Kong probably English is not the language you listened from birth. This is another reason why I consider important to have Clixsense in other languages. In example: Spanish :).
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#14 by S_Abbott » Thu Jun 02, 2016 06:47

As long as I have been online and working get paid sites, it has been rare to see many with 90 day or more inactivity terms. Usually, it starts at 15 days upwards.

Darkstar is right, the Terms of Service/FAQ areas on each site usually spells out how long you can be "absent" without losing your account/cash. It's a very good idea to read over these two areas, and if you have questions, use the "contact" button. Most program owners will answer.

Thing is, with so many traffic exchanges and a few PTC/Bux/PTR sites out there forcing you to upgrade in order to be paid, it's a MUST to read the Terms closely. Especially if they pay through PayPal. It's against PayPal's Acceptable Use Policy, and PP *might* freeze that site's account.

There are times a person gets hit with some major event they couldn't help (i.e., illness, death of loved one, accident, computer blowing up, home tossed by nature, etc.), however, there are computers in many libraries and some book stores, hotels, cafes one can always quickly sign on, go to the site's contact area and send a short note to the Admin. It only takes a little bit to do so, and most likely would save you loss of account, cash, referrals.

It's concerning about keeping the cash already earned, but the Admin has no way of knowing you would actually receive it, so that cash usually goes back into the "kitty". It's a Catch 22, but there are good reasons this happens.

ClixSense will most definitely pay if you are active. For the most part, they are keeping their end of the Terms.

I do think the suggestion made by seaeagle is a good one, though. An email to people nearing the 90 day mark might work. Giving the member a slight push to see if they come back. I don't know how the scripts work here, but in a lot of sites, there is an area where you can contact specific people for anything to do with their account via email, and account page.

I do disagree with your comment about CS [sucks]. CS expects you to read the Terms BEFORE you join, if you did not do so, it actually is your fault as you didn't research the site beforehand. And that's something everyone should be doing. Just like forums where admins actually do their jobs correctly...they will ban you if you don't follow the rules. At least at CS, even if you go inactive for a long period of time, you can come back.
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#15 by jjohnson777 » Fri Jun 03, 2016 00:28

Why I use my earnings weekly buy ads. At least they not take downline & close account like most. Losing money bad enough most do way worse. Get keep ad credits & downline. This best treatment seen in that regards. I try do it every Thursday or Friday night.
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