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Cashout Link Not Working » Post #5

Sat Feb 03, 2018 12:10 in General Talk

CroqueMitaine needs flea powder.

It's the weekend so reply may be slow.

If you're still having that issue, let me know and I will see if I can get thru to admin
but reply may not be immediate.

Can anything be done here without social media? » Post #2

Thu Feb 01, 2018 16:46 in General Talk

I don't know of anything here that requires a social media account.

CrowdFlower requires a facebook account. At facebook, you can
have multiple accounts. You don't need to socialize.

However, you may notice with many sites and programs, a Facebook
account is required also. Even big company sites.

I suspect it serves several purposes. For example much easier to
log in and sign up, ip track to prevent cheating, etc. Oh and password
recovery can be much easier.

payment » Post #2

Wed Jan 31, 2018 05:49 in Payment Proofs

Be sure to remove or blur the reference numbers out of your image. :thumbup:

MY PAYMENT » Post #2

Tue Jan 30, 2018 06:30 in Payment Proofs

Be sure to not use all caps when you post.

:thumbup:

withdrawn funds » Post #2

Mon Jan 29, 2018 16:23 in General Talk

No. It does not add days. You can keep adding your earnings to your payout request
until it goes into processed and at that time you cannot add more to it even if you tried.

sample cube » Post #16

Sat Jan 27, 2018 20:40 in General Talk

I read it.

Mostly, I viewed the url string.

sample cube » Post #14

Sat Jan 27, 2018 18:23 in General Talk

It's because there is not any surveys for you at that time.

sample cube » Post #11

Sat Jan 27, 2018 16:15 in General Talk

:lol:

I think it really depends on the target AND the time frame.

I really like the SampleCube surveys but there was a time not long ago that I didn't.

Same goes with most all of them. I can click on a Samplicos survey and be at a SampleCube survey.

If you're getting a lot of same listed surveys for same amounts, it probably isn't a bot. It's dead surveys.

I ask how many surveys you get in a day because the amounts of surveys with the same price point,
can be the same.

I can see ten, twenty, or more suveys by the same listed survey name and the same price but they
are not all dead but some might be. Some if not many are in fact coming across the different routers
but same survey.

sample cube » Post #8

Sat Jan 27, 2018 15:14 in General Talk

How many survey invites do you usually see in a day?

Do you have puter glasses? » Post #6

Fri Jan 26, 2018 16:17 in General Talk

leeuna wrote: I've heard that floaters are annoying. My husband has them, but sometimes they are worse than at other times. I have a cataract in my right eye and I can tell that it has worsened since my last check-up. Do the computer glasses help you with the eye strain? I've never tried them.

Theyre suppose too. They're not all yellow lenses but the ones I just received are
very yellow. My eyes get very tired after awhile due to the computer and as if I
am sleepy but I am not sleepy, just my eyes are. :lol:

sample cube » Post #6

Fri Jan 26, 2018 16:13 in General Talk

I was referring to the cron run. That is when the time changes and starts a new 24 hour day.
That time for me is 11:00 pm because I am on central time zone. The time change is different
depending on where you are based on the midnight hour.

The KIIP Rewards is a program in and of itself. Why would it show you an ad for a donut shop
in India that sells donuts only in India? You live in Canada.

So like everything else, someone is paying for those KIIP ads.

Sorry, I still don't know what you mean about samplecube and bots. There might be several
surveys with the same price but that does not mean they are the exact same survey nor from
the exact same survey router. I might try a samplicios survey and get routed to a samplecube
survey.

Do you have puter glasses? » Post #3

Fri Jan 26, 2018 11:30 in General Talk

Computer glasses that block blue light.

There's a large variety of them and the one's I received today are very yellow.

I can't see squat, either.

I am near sighted and now that I am older I use reading glasses some times.

Also I now have floaters in both eyes.

Do you have puter glasses? » Post #1

Fri Jan 26, 2018 11:07 in General Talk

Do u have puter glasses?

sample cube » Post #4

Fri Jan 26, 2018 10:54 in General Talk

In regards to KIIP I have determined that it all depends on the following:

1. The time frame you access to do surveys

2. Ad availability

3. Target

For example, I can go an entire month of more and not receive cash from KIIP.

At server time change, if I attempt one or more surveys, I might get a KIIP worth .15 to .35 cents
and this is just one.

At server change, I might get many KIIP .1 centers due to a new advert. Such as I did the other
night attempting 100 surveys and making a dollar from KIIP.

I am in Tennessee so it wouldn't make a lot of sense for me to get a KIIP reward for a car service
plan in Washington. So I feel like these KIIP rewards are mostly targeted like everything else.

Still not totally sure what you mean in regards to bots.

my payment » Post #2

Fri Jan 26, 2018 05:56 in Payment Proofs

Edit your reference/transaction numbers. :kitty:

Do You Take the Flu Shot? » Post #18

Thu Jan 25, 2018 14:03 in General Talk

Well that is not exactly a symptom of it.

Might be something you ate.

sample cube » Post #2

Thu Jan 25, 2018 14:00 in General Talk

Are you referring to email notifs?

Not too sure what you mean about bots.

I can tell you from my experience it is one of the better surveys to do.

In regards to KIIP, I think the best time to possibly get a reward from those is after server time change.
I did 100 of them a day or so ago at server change and made a dollar. I believe I could have did many
more but my eyes were closing. :geek:

received payment 2018 » Post #2

Wed Jan 24, 2018 11:08 in Payment Proofs

Don't forget to edit out your payment reference numbers. :thumbup:

Intruder Alert!! » Post #17

Wed Jan 24, 2018 09:55 in General Talk

With a rent to own, the landlord usually is the one that covers all repairs, unless some
other agreement is made.

There is also something called a 'Land Contract' which is more of what I was describing.

A Land Contract you can purchase a house without being obligated to ever finish paying
for it. It's similar to a Rent to Own only much more detailed.

For example a Rent to Own would be a contract in which the landlord would agree to
sell you the house. In other words, as long as you live there, the landlord would sell
you the house if you ever wanted to buy it AND at least a portion or all of the rent you
paid would apply to the purchase price. It would be stated in the contract. In the mean
time, the landlord is usually the one that has to pay for upkeep and repairs.....roof damage,
plumbing, termite inspections, etc.

For example a Land Contract is similar to buying the house. All the money paid every
month, goes automatically to the purchase price. You've actually bought the house BUT
you can walk away from it at any time without receiving any type of penalty. With a Land
Contract, the house is yours, almost like paying a mortgage. You are responsible for repairs.
Land Contracts can vary depending on the contract. Agreement might be made to pay a
percentage down on the house just like you would if you were buying a house outright.

Some people ask 'Why would anyone sell a house on a Land Contract?' Well the answer
is rather easy. If a house cannot sell, for example. Perhaps the owner has listed the
house for sell but no buyers. As time goes by, the house sits empty which is not good.
So the owner can make a land contract deal with someone that perhaps has poor credit
but is stable and can make the payments. So it can benefit both buyer and seller.

Ktoś się pode mnie podwszywa » Post #5

Wed Jan 24, 2018 05:48 in Polish

PiotrZ1987 wrote: Ja mam inny email do Clixsense, a tamten był do Pay-Pala, który wpisałem osobno jak jeszcze Pay Pal obsługiwany i można było wypłacać na niego środki. Skąd oni wzięli mój adres mail paypalowy i z niego wypisują odpowiedzi do ankiet ? Tego nie wiem niestety. Komputer już skanowałem nie dawno i nic nie wykryło.

ClixSense does not use PayPal.
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