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#1 by tasman1 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 15:40

Was member on many site , Paypal problems and now I am just on few

No PayPal no tasman1.....time to retire
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#2 by mappo710 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 16:01

I agree , I only use PAYPAL . If paypal is gone , then clixsense is gone for me .
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#3 by pindokhan123 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 16:17

c'mon guys don't give up so soon,how could you?

i know this is a major drawback for everyone but i am positive Jim will sort something out,he always does,i have given an option and i hope he considers it,though it is a lengthy call...


we all got to stay and pull together,support this issue we got,who knows,it maybe reinstated and from clixsense's history i am sure paypal will realize they have made a massive mistake,its their loss too!
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#4 by wendymarais » Wed Feb 08, 2017 16:22

To cash out to Bitcoin will solve your problems and you can still stay on Clixsense and dream of chacing the ladies :D

At unichange.me you can exchange your bitcoin to USD Paypal ....of course there is a fee but do an extra survey and do the happy dance :)
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#5 by pindokhan123 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 16:37

not a fan of bitcoins wendy :(

you got to join a wallet then go through the same procedures as before,fees,etc,there is no end to this,i'm just going to build up my earnings until a viable option comes a long,,,,,,,i don't know what it is but i cant give up on this site,i truly cant,im gonna stick around and support it to the end :thumbup:
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#6 by tasman1 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 16:40

It is PP only for me , will never accept another processor

but I am 63 , maybe it is good time to retire
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#7 by walkinganomaly » Wed Feb 08, 2017 16:49

Do checks until PayPal sees the error of their way!
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#8 by wendymarais » Wed Feb 08, 2017 16:52

I can also just use Paypal.....grrrrr for living in a third world country

Payoneer..... maybe but then I need to pay a high annual fee and can only cash out a minimum of $200

So I will be joining you sitting and waiting for an option.... :thumbup:
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#9 by tasman1 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 16:53

walkinganomaly wrote: Do checks until PayPal sees the error of their way!


In Australia you pay 15.00 to clear check or you take 10.00 US dollar to bank to exchange for AU dollar and it cost you 10.50 in fees ... no , here you just burn it , better value
this is sick place here
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#10 by wendymarais » Wed Feb 08, 2017 16:55

tasman1 wrote: It is PP only for me , will never accept another processor

but I am 63 , maybe it is good time to retire

Age is just a number....You are as old as you feel

and besides...what in the world are you going to do the whole day....Chase the wifey around the house? :twisted:
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#11 by wendymarais » Wed Feb 08, 2017 16:59

walkinganomaly wrote: Do checks until PayPal sees the error of their way!

We don't even have a proper post office...It takes weeks to receive a letter send from a town around the corner
We wait up to 3 months for international parcels...that is if you do receive them...

By the time I receive a check I will be retired..... :?
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#12 by pindokhan123 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 17:00

haha wendy you are funny :D
i think we all need cheering up today, i think i need a triple shot of something strong today :shock:
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#13 by Lunablue » Wed Feb 08, 2017 17:04

tasman1 wrote: It is PP only for me , will never accept another processor

but I am 63 , maybe it is good time to retire

I may have to agree with you, Tas... as these other processor's fees are ridiculous. I'm already down almost $400 in earnings from 2016 compared to the year before. I don't want any more of my money going towards greedy processing fees.
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#14 by pindokhan123 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 17:09

yep i agree luna,these cruel comps are raking it in from us poor souls :evil:
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#15 by Charez » Wed Feb 08, 2017 18:07

Bitcoin fees are cheapest than others. For the last bank transfer i paid 17 cents :roll:
I have 2 bitcoin debt cards (Visa and Mastercard) it works everywhere, supermarkets, online shop, ect... And the limits are higher than traditionnal banks
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#16 by pindokhan123 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 18:10

really charez?

fancy sending me your card over? saw some nice shoes with sexy heels ;)
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#17 by wwzsocki » Wed Feb 08, 2017 18:14

I think Bitcoin is a very good idea especially in this situation. I think it shuld be no brainer for :clixsense: owner.
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#18 by Dspillai » Wed Feb 08, 2017 22:25

what about direct bank transfer from :clixsense:??
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#19 by lovesuccess » Wed Feb 08, 2017 22:49

If you quit will you get a check from some where else?
Even if the check takes a long time to come at least it will come money is never late money is always on time.
There are so many options for payment think about it I will be with clixsense until one of us dies
Clixsense is the real deal I love love, love it.
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#20 by nursemorph » Thu Feb 09, 2017 01:31

Will be sad to see you go Tas...you brighten up many people's days with your topics, posts and comments. I understand your stance as Paypal was the easiest to use and the fees were better than most (other options are more complex or require higher fees). Good luck with whatever you choose to fill your time with.

As for Paypal coming back, that will not happen as long as the site stays as it is....clearly PP is targeting all PTC sites so the only way I see is for Clixsense to remove the PTC side of the site (it's a loss making endeavor anyway) and maybe PayPal will reconsider as other sites similar to CS minus the PTC side are not having issues
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