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Compensation » Post #17

Mon Sep 05, 2016 16:56 in General Talk

It would be a good idea if members read the USER AGREEMENT.
Personally, I wouldn't even join a program without reading the user agreement first.

4. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
ClixSense will not be liable for lost profits, lost business opportunities, or any other indirect, special, punitive, incidental or consequential damages arising out of or related to this Agreement or ClixSense, even if ClixSense has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Furthermore, ClixSense aggregate liability arising under this Agreement will not exceed the amount of the total fees paid or payable to you under this Agreement. The provisions of this section survive termination or expiration of the Agreement. We make no express or implied warranties or representations with respect to the member program or any services or other items advertised through ClixSense (including, without limitation, warranties of fitness, merchantability, non-infringement, or any implied warranties arising out of a course of performance, dealing, or trade usage). In addition, we make no representation that the operation of our site will be uninterrupted or error-free, and we will not be liable for the consequences of any interruptions or errors. ClixSense is not responsible if your PC becomes infected with malware, virus or other program that affects the performance of your PC. It is the member's responsibility to maintain a good anti-virus and anti-malware program on their system. ClixSense checks each advertisement that is submitted to our system to be sure it does not contain any harmful code or programs. ClixSense is not responsible for any repair or virus removal bills that may be incurred if the member feels he/she was infected from an ad on our website.

Worst Movie You ever watched in your life? » Post #18

Mon Sep 05, 2016 14:44 in General Talk

I think the day and age a movie is made/comes out, has a lot to do with a person enjoying it or not.

Take the movie 'Jaws' for example. That movie was great when it came out. We had never watched
anything like it before. However, today if a teenager was to watch it they'd probably yawn through it.

Worst Movie You ever watched in your life? » Post #1

Sat Sep 03, 2016 20:26 in General Talk

That is a difficult question even if I did ask it. :lol:

There was one recently I started watching and I could only take a few minutes of it before
turning it off. I don't even really remember the name.....something like 'In Their Brain'.

I hate not to watch a movie to the end no matter how bad it is but in recent years, I'd
have to say that they sure make a lot of terrible movies. I guess since the internet and
streaming that a lot of low budget movie making and most of it is horrible.

What is the worst movie you ever watched?

Has any member in clixsense hit $5,000 before? » Post #3

Sat Sep 03, 2016 20:20 in General Talk

To add also to what BouldRake posted, there are members that do not use the site on
a regular basis and others that do. So just looking at the date someone joined, means
nothing other than the date they joined.

SNAKE - Yikes!!!! » Post #1

Fri Sep 02, 2016 09:11 in General Talk

Can you imagine being a delivery driver, walking up to someone's porch and seeing a
water moccasin?

That is EXACTLY what happen today.

I heard the FedEx truck and knew there was probably a package at the door. My little
dog was barking but he kept on barking. I then heard a faint knock, not a knock on the
door.

So I go to the front door and I notice the FedEx guy is not on the porch but down on
the sidewalk and I thought I waved at him as to say 'thanks' but he continued to stand
there. Then I noticed he was pointing downwards......I looked down and there on my
porch, half on and half hanging down on the steps was the LARGEST water moccasin
I had ever seen close up, in my life.

The weather is cooler here today. I don't know if that is why it would be up on the porch
or ..... now get this...... I was washing the porch off the other day and I left the water hose
on the porch. It is a bright green water hose but it is one of those that looks shriveled up,
like a snake when water isn't in it. I wonder if that water moccasin thought that green
hose was a snake? I do see them at the pond but I found it very odd to see such a big
one and on my porch. Very odd.

Who would you like to meet... » Post #5

Fri Sep 02, 2016 08:19 in General Talk

That's hard to say. I think I would like to meet everyone.

Wouldn't that be fun to have a ClixSense convention and everyone wear their user name tags! :lol:

KODI (topic 2) » Post #4

Fri Sep 02, 2016 08:17 in General Talk

KODI (topic 2) » Post #3

Fri Sep 02, 2016 08:14 in General Talk

I'll try using the actual cables that came with it. Included is a HDMI cable and the plug cable.

I didn't use either.

I simply disconnected my Roku box and connected those cables to the KODI box.

For the most part, and so far, I am not having issues EXCEPT primarily with the new movies.
Many of those don't have many streaming options. There are those that do have a lot. Some
of them say 'no streaming available'.

OHHHH and I got ROLLED several times!!! :lol:

KODI (topic 2) » Post #1

Fri Sep 02, 2016 07:04 in General Talk

I said I would follow up. Not everyone posts in the forums but read the posts and may want
to know about this.

I have Roku, Apple, RCA, and a couple of Smart TV's. Now I have the KODI.

The KODI box is a little larger in size than the other's. Not much but it is, at least the one I have is.

It's basically easy to use once you know how it works. There's a good youtube video that has over a
few million views that is the complete set up walk through. My KODI already came loaded but it is
still a good idea to view the video because it explains what the repository is and folders and how to
add-on's, apps, etc. He also explains about updates and versions.

I didn't realize I had to actually download KODI to my computer. You have to go to the KODI tv
site and choose your download. I chose the download for IMAC but ALSO you need to read the
'HELP' that is under the download link.....which I didn't do first so be sure and do that first. My
install was giving me a privacy setting error and I finally went in and read the help, discovered
how to turn it off and continue with the install. So it's best to read the Help first.

I'm wireless but I think someone said that ethernet actually worked better in regards to programs
not cutting out, buffering, etc.

Last night I watched some movies 'Tarzan' and it played fine except their mouths weren't moving
with their voices. Another new movie I tried wouldn't play at all and only had a few download
options but none of them would stream.

What I discovered is that some of the newer movies didn't always stream or had buffering issues.

My favorite movies to watch are the old classics and fortunately, those play great. I watched
'Cool Hand Luke' last night and it never cut out, mouths moved with voices, super clear hd picture,
and Paul never looked better. :mrgreen:

Bottomline, I do recommend KODI if you're looking to save money and still access your programs
and movies.

My goal is to some day in the not so distant future, cut my DISH completely and even my NETFLIX.
I don't plan on cutting my PRIME any time because I shop there any way. BUT what I am finding is
that most everything these other things have, KODI has and MORE.

Is there any daily fee deduction in clixsense » Post #3

Fri Sep 02, 2016 06:37 in General Talk

Mahiali wrote: Dear sir,

Is there any daily fee deduction in clixsense becoz I have noticed many times the total we left a day before will be less next day when we login again nearly 8 to 9 cents will be missing from the balance. why amount is getting deducted let me know please.

regards

You can view your history to see if there are deductions.

Name something people buy very often » Post #1

Thu Sep 01, 2016 17:14 in General Talk

I'll start with :

Milk

Red Box?? » Post #22

Thu Sep 01, 2016 17:05 in General Talk

Red Box?? » Post #21

Thu Sep 01, 2016 17:03 in General Talk

Do you eat Chinese?

Red Box?? » Post #20

Thu Sep 01, 2016 17:03 in General Talk

Do you eat Chinese?

Werewolves Of London - YouTube

Red Box?? » Post #19

Thu Sep 01, 2016 17:03 in General Talk

Do you eat Chinese?

Werewolves Of London - YouTube

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over » Post #1

Wed Aug 31, 2016 16:07 in General Talk

Have a happy holiday this Labor Day and remember, don't drink and drive!
Stay Save!

Not getting surveys » Post #2

Tue Aug 30, 2016 06:39 in General Talk

You're in Nigeria so it will be very infrequent that you get a survey.

Get rich quick videos on the click ads. » Post #5

Mon Aug 29, 2016 06:03 in General Talk

Some years ago there was a big time marketer leaving the online industry.
Of course, he had already made fortunes and I guess he figured it was time
to go. He started selling off his scripts and various materials. One major
package he had was I think $1,500. It was down to the last amount he
was going to sell licenses to and I only had $500 in my paypal.

I replied to the email and told him I was interested in his package but I
only had $500 in my paypal and that I wasn't willing to spend any more
than that.

He replied with 'Ok send me the $500'. :lol:

I did. I sent him the $500.

The package consisted of some immediate downloads to his famous
program scripts. Then I was also sent materials through snail mail.

Here is the clincher......

You couldn't do a thing with the scripts the way they were encoded. He
had a forum set up just for those that bought the package. Of course, he
was only selling a set number of packages but when I got to the forum, there
seemed to be a hundred people or more there at any given time. He had
programmers lined up and if you wanted to actually set up one or more of
those scripts, you had to pay the programmer first. Each programmer had
a sticky topic with Bio.....you could read their bio and read which scripts
they were good at working with.

So bottomline......you paid Mark for his goodies and then you paid thousands
of dollars to the programmers. :lol:

I thought I was getting over and getting a good deal by talking my way into
paying only $500 for the pack. However, he still had me by the baxxs and he
knew it.

@sethjoel You didn't ruffle feathers. I was being straight forward. That is all.
My point now in this reply is, no matter how much you think you can get over
on some of those 'hot' marketers out there, they usually are going to get the
last laugh. It's not necessarily that what they have for sale is good or bad.
It's if you yourself will really put to use what they have. There are in fact big
time marketers that have some great ideas, have made a lot of money off their
so called 'secrets' and it could very well be a real deal. Like most online
marketers, all their eggs don't go into one basket. They'll make money from
various resources and even sell what they know to make more money. One
thing is for sure, they're not going to lose out.

It is amazing how many people will hand over their money for 'secrets' :lol:

That's why I say, do your research, contact the person, call them on the phone
if you can, ask them what their 'secret' deal consist of, ask them if there is more
to buy, tell them you can't spit cash out your bazooka for no good deal and you
are interested but must know more. If they act as though they can't tell you
jack, hangup. Same goes with an email. Those that are really making money
and have a legit product to sell, they're going to want to talk about it.

Get rich quick videos on the click ads. » Post #2

Sun Aug 28, 2016 20:11 in General Talk

It doesn't matter if anyone here has or not so I am not sure what you are getting at.

This is not a scam prevention program. If you want training on scam prevention there
are ebooks and a lot of material out there in that regard.

ClixSense is a free to earn program and as it plainly states, you are to do your own
due diligence in what you join or what you buy etc. The shoes you wear may be
from a money laundering racketeering outfit. The point is, in life you are responsible
for making your own decisions. Do your own research.

I won $0.10 » Post #15

Sun Aug 28, 2016 05:34 in Success Stories

anupbd wrote: I also won $0.10 today and 5 times totaling $1.00

:lol: I think I know what you meant but it was a good morning laugh.
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