I live in a rural area within a community of about 1,000 people.....and that includes children.
There is absolutely nothing secretive about ClixSense. It has operated online for OVER TEN YEARS
and from the start up, ONLY paid by way of CHECK.
I have THOUSANDS of members in my downline. I have never been told by any of my downline or
my direct referrals in the USA now or then or ever, that the bank wouldn't cash their check.
ALL USA banks are going to cash a ClixSense check as long as the person has an active checking account.
Like I said, IF the bank was unsure of the check, all they would do is put a hold on it til it clears.
BUT listen, no one is saying you must choose a check as a payment option. If for any reason you don't
want to, by all means don't.
I just cannot for the life of me see how any member that lives in the USA, would have a problem being
Personally, I have most often chose check anyway. Only in more recent months had I been choosing
PayPal payments simply because I would use it at walmart online.
IF I was not going to choose check, my second choice would be Tango. I would choose Tango because
I could choose walmart/amazon gift cards. I'd just use the gift cards towards my online grocery purchases.
My third choice would probably be with PayZa or Payoneer. One reason why I might choose Payoneer
is because ClixSenseResearch also has a Payoneer option and all funds could be applied from there and
I had a money bookers account many years ago when it first came online but I cannot recall if I ever
used it. Now it is known as Skrill. I am not sure if I joined PayToo or not.
Everyone has their own reasons and what they like best but if I was advising USA members I would
First Choice= Check
No matter how high or low the amount of the check, it is only $1 subtracted. You can't beat that.
Heck a stamp and an envelope would cost ya a buck.
Second Choice= Tango
Great option if you shop online. You can choose gift cards and get the virtual codes. Shop as you
normally would. Also, probably not much of a paper trace there if you are concerned about the old
Third Choice= Payoneer or Payza depending on what you are wanting to do with those funds, fees
Leloes wrote:msblahms wrote: if you do not have an account with the bank is completely different situation Leleos states that he use that bank so must be having an account and cashing out is different too but if you are depositing it in your account than the bank cant deny you
if it denies and you agree than you are not aware of your rights
Because I am retired I don't deposit small checks being that it will affect my benefits and the bank I use is a local community bank so cashing an internet business check seems to make them a bit leary. I can kind of understand because there are so many scams on the internet and even calling a phone number does not 100% assure that a check is legit. So using payment processor prevents one from having these problems.
Jewel1988 wrote: Since all current payment options are next to useless for me, i would like to see Amazon giftcards as an option as I tend shop a lot on Amazon.
It's not ideal, but it would be something at least.
Leloes wrote: I use a local run bank and they seem to have a problem with checks that are from internet businesses. Don't why but they do. Never heard of BlueBird Card.
sprite1950 wrote: I tend to agree with Valerie, we can either put up or shut up. I have opened a Payoneer account and will use that to cash out. I think there is a $20 minimum rate which doesn't bother me as I tend to cash out at higher rates anyway.
At first I thought I would probably leave but then I realised how pointless that would be as paypal is not the only option and I enjoy ClixSense so I would be cutting off my nose to spite my face.
It's done, we can't change it but we can move on and look at alternative methods of payment