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ClixSense Rejoin to Paypal

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#1 by splat44 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 03:25

Hi all,

I made random search on google using "ClixSense Rejoin to Paypal"

It's leads to paypal community asking paypal to reconsider.
It might just help if every one here can sign that petition!
I am not sure how this will be effective but it should payal we're deadly serious!
By the among of traffic this get, hopefully those goons will wise up a bit!
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#2 by Charez » Sun Apr 15, 2018 14:10

It is the best thing to do if you want Paypal to never consider Clixsense again.
Such initiatives go to their "forget the company forever list", especially when it becomes popular
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#3 by Bkalanui » Mon Apr 16, 2018 02:13

Hi there, I agree.that would be kool.
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#4 by sweetpie3000 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 22:18

If clixsense is smart enough receive payment from bitcoin and other altcoin

Just use coinpayment for cryptocurrency
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#5 by tasman1 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 22:30

sweetpie3000 wrote: If clixsense is smart enough receive payment from bitcoin and other altcoin

Just use coinpayment for cryptocurrency




you can see my post in Feature Requests about that
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#6 by nursemorph » Tue Apr 17, 2018 00:59

Everyone saying how Paypal should allow Clixsense again but has anyone stopped to ask whether Clixsense (ie Jim) wants Paypal back? If I was Jim, I wouldn't want to ever go near Paypal again given all the aggravation that they have caused in the past...and even if we partnered up with them again, how do we know they won't just do the same thing again after a month or two when they decide to implement another moronic rule?
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#7 by Charez » Tue Apr 17, 2018 04:28

sweetpie3000 wrote: If clixsense is smart enough receive payment from bitcoin and other altcoin

Just use coinpayment for cryptocurrency

if you were smart enough you would know Clixsense already tried for over 1 year. If it was possible it could be here for a long time already
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#8 by Darkstar2 » Thu Apr 19, 2018 23:18

nursemorph wrote: Everyone saying how Paypal should allow Clixsense again but has anyone stopped to ask whether Clixsense (ie Jim) wants Paypal back? If I was Jim, I wouldn't want to ever go near Paypal again given all the aggravation that they have caused in the past...and even if we partnered up with them again, how do we know they won't just do the same thing again after a month or two when they decide to implement another moronic rule?

What aggravation ? PayPal no longer wanted anything to do with PTC or anything around PTC, a lot of scams online and ponzi schemes that were using PayPal helped in their decision to prohibit the industry, unfortunately they didn't spare CS even though it was a genuine PTC model, they deemed anything PTC and around that to be a risk. They have every good reason to reconsider their decision since the site is no longer a PTC, it is now a GPT just like any other GPT that uses PayPal, but there is another thing to consider, what about the locked money and frozen funds, they could still be held by PayPal and only released after who knows how long ? 180 days, who knows.......Many non PTC sites use PayPal and do not have any issues...... Petitions for this are a waste of time, might make matters worse, I don't think PayPal will go back on its decision - though there is precedent for PayPal reconsidering. One UK software company was cut from PayPal for unfair reasons due to their high volume and popularity, years later, they are using PayPal again........ It's not only whether PP wants to join PP but whether CS would want to use PP again. It was no surprise it was bound to happen, even neobux and CS would not be spared, it was bound to happen at some point - I also suspect that there was outside influence that helped the process too... :/

Personally I have no issues with Payoneer they were great so far, but with PayPal you can shop online. There are not many sites that you can shop with Payoneer. The most popular one is PayPal and widely accepted online, as they have a legal money transmitter license for every state.... unlike many of the other payment processors unfortunately.
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#9 by jjohnson777 » Fri Apr 20, 2018 08:36

Just saw Jon posted PayPal closed their account after 17 years worse they canceled 17 years worth of PayPal subscriptions. Worse they closed all their personal accounts. They like usual refuse to say why. They got ride of their personal account representative years ago. Does this sound like company to do business with? Alot of traffic exchanges going back to PayPal after Payza mess. Unlike most they got real merchant account but wish now started moving to them years earlier. As can expect means alot of lost revenue. If happened to TimTech can happen anyone else.
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#10 by Charez » Fri Apr 20, 2018 09:19

jjohnson777 wrote: Just saw Jon posted PayPal closed their account after 17 years worse they canceled 17 years worth of PayPal subscriptions. Worse they closed all their personal accounts. They like usual refuse to say why. They got ride of their personal account representative years ago. Does this sound like company to do business with? Alot of traffic exchanges going back to PayPal after Payza mess. Unlike most they got real merchant account but wish now started moving to them years earlier. As can expect means alot of lost revenue. If happened to TimTech can happen anyone else.


LOl, Yesterday I logged on Facebook to see who is complaining today and about what...

The first thing I saw was "Paypal is a scam"

Guess who it was... :mrgreen:
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#11 by Darkstar2 » Fri Apr 20, 2018 23:51

It's funny those who call PayPal a scam - PayPal is a legally licensed money transmitted in all US states, for one they probably one of the few payment processors that legal to operate . One thing must be said,t here are a lot of companies and millions of members using PayPal who have never had any issues, in fact majority don't. With millions of members there is bound to be some problem cases....if you dig deep - there are always valid reasons, occasionally mistakes happen and bad decisions made, but for the most part the track record is good. Whilst I do feel bad for legit site owners who lose their PayPal, I don't feel bad for the scammers and snake oil merchant / ponzi scheme site owners out there - PayPal too was tricked into being used with sites that turned out to be fraudulent in the end, probably causing a lot of heat for PayPal, which for sure facilitated their decision to cut ties with many sites. So the big blame here are the criminals.......
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#12 by jjohnson777 » Sun Apr 22, 2018 12:37

Sebas lost PayPal. Obvious PayPal hates these sites. Few yet to lose it be smart remove them off sites if use for other reasons. So chances added this site going down not increasing.
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#13 by sweetpie3000 » Sun Apr 22, 2018 17:08

The owner of clixsense is smart enough. Just accept bitcoin payment.

No risk and no reward.
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#14 by jjohnson777 » Sun Apr 22, 2018 17:18

Well US Govt hates bitcoin. So if he smart he stay away from it. Now if see Amazon ever accept it then I change my mind on that.
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#15 by Nikorj » Mon Apr 23, 2018 02:29

No Paypal is not a scam in my eyes, Instead they're blind idiots who puts everyone under the same roof.

With Paypal i feel safe compared to the other payment processors who want you to hand over your personal id (It's id theft and they don't need it), I have no problem with validating my credit card (That's ok), But the rest is BS.
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#16 by rtgonz » Wed May 23, 2018 07:46

PAYPAL is not a SCAM. it's the best payment processor.
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#17 by True-Democracy » Wed May 23, 2018 15:39

Paypal is no scam, but cryptocurrency is.

Cryptocurrency is best-suited for one use: Criminal activity

Clixsense better not use any type of crypto currencies if they're smart.

it’s a colossal pump-and-dump scheme. In a pump-and-dump game, promoters “pump” up the price of a security creating a speculative frenzy, then “dump” some of their holdings at artificially high prices. And some cryptocurrencies are pure frauds.

The losers are ill-informed buyers caught up in the spiral of greed. The result is a massive transfer of wealth from ordinary families to internet promoters. It helps to understand that a bitcoin has no value at all.

Promoters claim cryptocurrency is valuable as a means of payment, a store of value and a thing in itself. None of these claims are true.

1. Means of Payment. Bitcoins are accepted almost nowhere, and some cryptocurrencies nowhere at all. Even where accepted, a currency whose value can swing 10 percent or more in a single day is useless as a means of payment.

2. Store of Value. Extreme price volatility also makes bitcoin undesirable as a store of value. And the storehouses — the cryptocurrency trading exchanges — are far less reliable and trustworthy than ordinary banks and brokers.

3. Thing in Itself. A bitcoin has no intrinsic value. It only has value if people think other people will buy it for a higher price — the Greater Fool theory.

Cryptocurrency is best-suited for one use: Criminal activity. Because transactions can be anonymous — law enforcement cannot easily trace who buys and sells — its use is dominated by illegal endeavors.

It wouldn't surprise me if crypto currencies where used for the child pornography racket, just to name one.

Most heavy users of bitcoin are criminals, such as Silk Road and WannaCry ransomware. Too many bitcoin exchanges have experienced spectacular heists, such as NiceHash and Coincheck, or outright fraud, such as Mt. Gox and Bitfunder. Way too many Initial Coin Offerings are scams.

It’s estimated that 90 percent of all remote hacking is now focused on bitcoin theft by commandeering other people’s computers to mine coins.

But paypal is the scam ? I don't think so.

It takes about an hour for a bitcoin transaction to be confirmed, and the bitcoin system is limited to five transactions per second. MasterCard can process 38,000 per second.

Paypal yes, crypto no thanks :lol:
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#18 by Charez » Wed May 23, 2018 16:45

Bitcoin is not anonymous
Bitcoin is used by over 100k merchants
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#19 by tasman1 » Wed May 23, 2018 19:36

No matter what we all say here PayPal is only one that is REAL AND NORMAL , rest , are small nothing , here today , gone next day
No PayPal no real business for this kind of job, every site that lost PP is going down to slow painfull dead
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#20 by larryonly » Wed May 23, 2018 19:57

After the Trump banned some countries from travel to US, and all the blockades on North Korea, Russia,Iran .
I think they are stopping 'money laundering' and transfers to terrorist organisations .
If a company only had US members Paypal probably leaves them alone..
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