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unresolved ticket/concern » Post #4

Tue Sep 20, 2016 06:05 in General Talk

You're replying to a member. I am a volunteer forum moderator.

Yes, they do and have stated, they can go back on any member here and have them
request a check so they can verify their information is true. I'll contact them but I
don't know what they will do.

Ad for MD Bux looks identical to Neobux » Post #2

Mon Sep 19, 2016 20:01 in General Talk

I don't know. This is ClixSense.

Waiting for Payment!! » Post #9

Mon Sep 19, 2016 19:59 in General Talk

Pray tell, if they are no longer paying out by way of Payza then why is it still listed in the FAQ
as a payment option? I'm not going to continue to answer questions about a non-existent
entity when it is listed on the site. :shock:

Yes, usually checks are received near the end of the month. It varies according to when they
actually place the checks in the mail.

unresolved ticket/concern » Post #2

Mon Sep 19, 2016 19:46 in General Talk

I'm a little confused by your topic.

You have been a member since 2011 but you are stating you did not receive your first $10 check.

However, I see you have a balance of just under $20 BUT have earned a total of $157.25. You
stated you cannot cash out since you did not receive the first check in order to enter the pin
number. According to your stats, you have received over $100.00.

I was prepared to contact them on your behalf to see if we could get your check to you. As I
continued to read, I was totally thrown back by your statement of disappearing ads.

You just totally lost me. I have no idea what you mean about disappearing ads. That does not
even make sense to me. There are either ads or there is not ads. I mean, ads do not fall from
the sky. People purchase advertising and then there is ads to view. Of course, ads are also
geo-targeted by the ad purchaser. Some times there are a lot of ads, some times not so much.
Ads do not disappear until the allotment that the ad purchaser purchased has completed by way
of members viewing the ads.

You also state something about ClixSense going down slowly to non-paying ptc site. I am not
computing that either. It doesn't make sense.

The REALITY is, ClixSense is not a PTC. Years ago it was but it hasn't been a PTC in years. ClixSense
does not make money from the PTC end. Oh maybe a little but certainly not much. No one has
to tell me that. I can do the math and it is easy to see that their other major businesses bring in
the adverts too. Even if they didn't have one single ad, they'd still be making lots of money. The
tasks alone makes them bookoo.

So that is what I have to say, since you ask. I also have to say that I have been gone most of
the evening today but still managed to view over 100 ads:

View PTC Ads 114 clicks $0.625

I also must say, to have joined ClixSense almost 6 years ago, well......looks like you have a whole
lot of patience, to me.

I have a Question » Post #3

Mon Sep 19, 2016 11:47 in General Talk

PkNayar wrote: This is about the earnings that we can see with the avatars.
Some people have done more than 8000 tasks & more than 3000 Surveys
but their earnings is shown as something like $800. How come ?

For starters you say 'surveys' and I think you mean 'Offers'.

I don't know which way you are thinking, low or high but here is what you may be forgetting.

Premium members may have a downline and so the amount they earn also reflects this.

Many offers and tasks do not pay very much and the opposite can be true.

In addition, there is the daily checklist bonus.

So if you're trying to compute their amount of Offers and amount of Tasks to their Earnings,
you're math is going to be an error.

Join » Post #2

Mon Sep 19, 2016 10:26 in General Talk

That's what I love about're just bursting at the seams with conversation. :kitty:

Something to think about » Post #1

Sun Sep 18, 2016 12:34 in General Talk

In the movie 'The 5th Wave', the human boy says to the alien, why are you doing this....why are
you wiping out our species?

The alien replies 'We need the space'.

The human replies 'We would never do this, we would never wipe out an entire species'.

The alien says 'Yes you would, you already have'

That stuck in my head and I thought it was so great I had to relay it. :mrgreen:

Holy Xoxly Spam » Post #4

Sun Sep 18, 2016 09:41 in General Talk

Laggy is better than Saggy. :?

scam » Post #12

Sat Sep 17, 2016 16:06 in General Talk

Les Misérables

Les Deplorables

Les Anus Horribilis

Is there aspirin in the house?

Billboard » Post #2

Sat Sep 17, 2016 06:20 in General Talk

Because it is actually : Bill Board

People would receive various notifications that they would refer to as 'bills'.

Today we have separated that term into multiple meanings. Such as a 'flyer'.

The board part is self explanatory I guess.

Old: I got a bill in the mail today about a sale
New: I got a flyer in the mail today about a sale

Electric Bill, Phone Bill, etc. All Bills is drawing attention to something.

Listen Radio » Post #4

Sat Sep 17, 2016 06:13 in General Talk

scam » Post #2

Sat Sep 17, 2016 06:10 in General Talk

Well, that's a new one on me. I don't think I have heard that one in my almost ten years here.

Is it okay to kill every human in the world? » Post #4

Fri Sep 16, 2016 16:55 in General Talk

It's in such cases where you leave your friendship behind with your children.
It's difficult to do. You become a parent, instead.

YOU are the parent, she is the child. YOU are the one in control.

Is it okay to kill every human in the world? » Post #2

Fri Sep 16, 2016 10:43 in General Talk

I think a person has to be responsible for their self, foremost.

Today, people tend to blame companies and products on everything that goes wrong in their life.
I don't know how ok that is.

Unless a person has an allergy to something, I don't think consumption of a product once in awhile
is going to have any significance on the health. I do believe it does take consumer responsibility
and perhaps some commons sense thrown in. I mean, if you eat a bag of candy bars every day,
you can expect that something just might go haywire with your health.

Shake with me! » Post #10

Thu Sep 15, 2016 16:37 in General Talk

Oh my mew, I think I feel a hairball coming on.

Newcomer and already enjoying it » Post #2

Thu Sep 15, 2016 07:46 in General Talk

It's been here about ten years, having launched in Feb. 2007.

I moved your post to the general sub forum.

Welcome back.

What are your bad habits? » Post #13

Tue Sep 13, 2016 20:33 in General Talk

The best one I have (callus remover) is the 'Calily' that is less than $17 on Amazon.
It doesn't need batteries. It comes with a USB cable. It also comes with a durable
pouch and two of the sand rollers.

I don't use it often and probably shouldn't use it at all. There is no point in it really.

I have the rare form of psoriasis that affects the soles of the feet and palms of the hands.

My hands I usually don't have a problem with. If you've ever raked leaves or used a shovel
for a period of time without gloves, you get blisters. It's kind of like that only very small
tiny blisters.

My feet, different story. The skin grows faster than the speed of light. I can use the
callus remover one night and in the morning, I can't eve tell that I used it.

Some days I can't walk which is usually my own fault. I have to keep them moisturized
24/7 and I get tired of it. If I skip a day or two, I know I am in trouble. My feet will
crack, bleed, and burn like fire.

The good part is, I have it on my feet. The bad part is, I have it on my feet. :roll:

What are your bad habits? » Post #2

Tue Sep 13, 2016 15:23 in General Talk

I drink too much diet coke

I waste money on products for my feet that don't work

I eat too much bread

I treat my dog like a baby

I watch too many scary movies

I feed everything in the woods

til now - Not English » Post #49

Tue Sep 13, 2016 12:23 in General Talk

Oh good grief.

Can't say I didn't try.

Topic Locked

PS. Just for the record, If I was in a program based in another country, I would understand
their language or at least enough of it so I would get my justified earnings.

til now - Not English » Post #44

Tue Sep 13, 2016 09:19 in General Talk

This is exactly what I mean by this topic. Now you folks can make lite of it if you want to.
However, I was simply trying to help. ClixSense is a USA based program with USA English
speaking owners and support. Often this simple little ditty can be so misunderstood that
it causes these members to lose time or lose money. You may not notice it. You may not
realize it. I have been here for ten years and I see it frequently and have for ten years.

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