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#21 by Darkstar2 » Sat Nov 05, 2016 13:51

Even though ClixSense is not a risk, no company online is immune to PayPal's wrath :D

ClixSense is still a PTC, and any site that sells a product or service has some level of risk.

PTC/GPT harbour some potentially fraudulent users and scammers (members and advertisers).
A lot of scams are advertised on PTCs, so ask yourself, is the money they use to buy those ads legit ?
Could it come from illicit activities ? is it laundered money ?

Many of the scams online over the years involving around PTC/GPT have not helped the situation. Would PayPal make EXCEPTIONS ? That would be up to them.

Perhaps Jim should be ready with the barrels of wheat, rice,& Jelly beans as this might be
the payment method of the future - ;)

So until this happens, let's assume that both ClixSense and Neobux have a long future ahead and good relationship with PayPal.
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#22 by tasman1 » Sat Nov 05, 2016 14:11

Price to open ponzi bussines gone down 99% in last 10 years . Anybody can start it just with few 100s dollars and start fu....g people .As we can see , 100s of new sites weekly coming on line and 99.99 are scam in first 90 day

I do not blame PP...and I do not worry about PP here, ClixSense is real business
I have PP for long time , no problem ever plus I earn with PP on currency difference
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#23 by BouldRake » Sat Nov 05, 2016 14:20

Hundreds of dollars?

With OMLM, you can start a ponzi site free - as in speech and as in beer!

You can't use any of the freehosts, because of the system requirements, but you can use one of the dirt cheap 0.99c/month VPS provider. Sure, the VPS provider will be out of business in 12 months, but you're only going to last six anyway.
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#24 by valerie » Sat Nov 05, 2016 16:27

You can't wipe up the milk if there is none spilt. So as I have stated in regards to PayPal,
why worry about it? How many times per year, every year, do we need to read topics like
this concerning PayPal and ClixSense?

Well of course PayPal can do what it wants. Like I said twenty years ago, if you want to
make money online, best do it now. If you want to be concerned about something, you
might want to worry about what will happen after the internet goes under government
rules/restrictions...or worse.

PayPal has always and does always go through wash outs from time to time. It may be
traffic exchanges and a few months later it might be doublers and a few months later it
might be lead systems and a few months later it might be ma and paw stores that get
complaints and a few months later it might be bux programs, and so on.

The thing that you really might want to know when considering dishing out money to
programs that utilize PayPal is the following question:

Has PayPal Approved This Program?

Because 99.9% of programs that offer PayPal are NOT PayPal approved.

The ONLY time that I was ever PayPal approved was when I was accepting a lot of
money. $500 payments and paying out a lot of money but I had an LLC company
and the number 1 MLM lawyer in the world. So I made sure that PayPal was
going to at least give me the approval before using them. I never ask for
approval to use PayPal for my traffic exchange or my GPT program, or my
SafeLists, or anything else I used PayPal for....and believe me, over the years
I have owned a lot of various programs online and one company.

Nothing is any different that it has always been:

*Never leave any more money in any payment processor online, that you can't laugh about losing
*Never leave your earnings on the table if you can't laugh about losing it

Believe you me, I have lost a lot so one learns some times, if not, they eventually do the hard way.
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#25 by dsbe » Sat Nov 05, 2016 18:41

....and try to diversify your income and savings so that if one goes down you have something somewhere else to keep you going and/or fall back on
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#26 by valerie » Sat Nov 05, 2016 19:09

Yes it is a very good idea for those that do care about having some extra income,
to carry more than one egg in the basket.
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#27 by shadecat » Mon Nov 07, 2016 07:58

So do you have to give them your SS# when you cash out reaches $600.00? I am very concerned about security of giving out my SS# over the internet.
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#28 by valerie » Mon Nov 07, 2016 10:52

shadecat wrote: So do you have to give them your SS# when you cash out reaches $600.00? I am very concerned about security of giving out my SS# over the internet.

I answered that in your topic.
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