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Beware of hacker: » Post #10

Tue Apr 23, 2013 11:06 in General Talk

No not email at all. A program in which we place our email and our paypal account.
Actually, a traffic exchange THUMBVU and some months ago, the owners sold it and the new owners
changed some things around. One day I went to log in and it said I did not exist. I did not bother to
fool with it at the time and so the other day, I did go back and try to send for password and all
said I don't exist. I pinch myself to see if I exist.....yep, I exist. :shock:

I submit a support ticket. Some guy with handle of Larry something or other, replies and says he will
give me a temporary log I log in. What I find is that hacker has his email in the contact info
and in the paypal payment slots.

I directly sponsored a few hundred members there and some are paid members. Seems they been
doing the payments differently too. Before members would pay optionally for several months, or a year.
Sponsor gets percentage. Now it looks like they doing something monthly. I don't know, all of it's weird.
So I can only advise not to participate at thumbvu because system appears to no longer be secure plus
it's all weird the way it's been changed.

Clixsense formal employees starts a ponzi scheme » Post #5

Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:51 in General Talk

IF it Smells, Sounds, Looks, like BS?
Guess what?
It's BS.

Beware of hacker: » Post #3

Mon Apr 22, 2013 20:46 in General Talk

No, can't really be any more specific than that.

He/she/it, hacked an account of mine and been receiving my funds to his/her/it's paypal account.

Beware of hacker: » Post #1

Mon Apr 22, 2013 19:45 in General Talk

This is a hacker email address fyi:

Do your referrals need some encouragement? » Post #2

Sun Apr 21, 2013 11:50 in General Talk

I don't see any encouragement in that.
All that is, is the old 'power of 3' explanation. I wouldn't go so far as to call that encouragement.

By the way, there is a problem with the old 'power of 3' explanation.
The problem is, it's not a rule, it's a theory and the theory generally does not work.
It's more of a chain and chains get weak and when they get weak, they tend to break.

US Member looking for some advice on filing taxes » Post #12

Fri Apr 19, 2013 10:19 in General Talk

Legally, it doesn't matter if you receive the w-4's from anything because legally you are suppose to file
if you have made more than such and such number over the course of the tax year. I say such and such
number because I am not exactly sure what that number is. However, I think that number is $5,000.

Of course, programs and companies that do not send you a w-4, that do not report earnings, legally you
are still bound to report it but most people probably don't. There's no true record of it since the company
did not report it.

Be careful about reporting a different building for your office that is not your home.

The best thing you can do is talk to your tax man about what you can claim and what you are legally bound to submit.
Just going by what someone tells you on a forum, is a bad idea.

How many Sri lankan doing Clixsense » Post #2

Thu Apr 18, 2013 15:54 in General Talk

There are members here from Sri Lanka.

3 friends from the local congregation were ask.... » Post #1

Wed Apr 17, 2013 16:15 in General Talk

Three friends from the local congregation were asked, "When you're in your casket, and friends and congregation members are mourning over you, what would you like them to say?"

>> Artie said, "I would like them to say I was a wonderful husband, a fine
>> spiritual leader, and a great family man."

>> Eugene commented, "I would like them to say I was a wonderful teacher and
>> servant of God who made a huge difference in people's lives."

>> Al said, "I'd like them to say, 'Look, he's moving!'"

Payout » Post #2

Mon Apr 15, 2013 16:21 in Payment Proofs

Your email address and the transaction ID is NOT allowed to be posted.
This is for your security.

The Night Light » Post #1

Mon Apr 15, 2013 12:31 in General Talk

The Night Light

A 90-year-old man goes for a physical.
All of his tests come back with normal results.
The doctor says, "George, everything looks great. How are you doing mentally and emotionally? Are you at peace with God?"

George replies, "God and I are tight. He knows I have poor eyesight, so He's fixed it so when I get up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom, poof! The light goes on. When I'm done, poof! The light goes off."

"Wow, that's incredible," the doctor says.
A little later in the day, the doctor calls George's wife. "Ethel," he
says, "George is doing fine! But I had to call you because I'm in awe of his relationship with God. Is it true that he gets up during the night, and poof, the light goes on in the bathroom, and when he's done, poof, the light goes off?"

"Oh sweet Jesus", exclaims Ethel. "He's peeing in the refrigerator again!

~*~Where has TasMail been~*~ » Post #6

Fri Apr 12, 2013 11:29 in General Talk

Sorry to hear about all that Tas.

Peanut Side of Screen » Post #2

Thu Apr 11, 2013 14:11 in General Talk

You mean the tiny number count to the left of the forum?
That simply allows members to know there is some surveys awaiting for them to do.
It helps in regards to members earning more money and sponsors earning more money too.

Show your "drawing" in ClixGrid » Post #4

Thu Apr 11, 2013 14:09 in General Talk

PS. I thought there was a bug on my monitor screen and I tried to smash him! :lol: :mrgreen:

Show your "drawing" in ClixGrid » Post #3

Thu Apr 11, 2013 14:08 in General Talk

I think it looks very cool!

There are some topics here, where other members, including myself, have posted
our clixgrid designs. :P

I don't think anyone has ever made the dollar sign and I think that's very cool.

Payout #64, 65, and 66 - Thanks ClixSense...again! » Post #1

Tue Apr 09, 2013 14:18 in Payment Proofs

29 Mar 2013 11:46 EST Withdrawal Cheque To: Valerie Underhill Complete $1.50 -$403.6500
28 Dec 2012 20:37 EST Withdrawal Cheque To: Valerie Underhill Complete $1.50 -$152.5000
04 Dec 2012 23:51 EST Withdrawal Cheque To: Valerie Underhill Complete $1.50 -$451.6100

Special affiliat link » Post #2

Mon Apr 08, 2013 16:57 in General Talk

Yes you can earn from your direct referrals activity.

How many of you advertise with your all earnings. » Post #3

Sun Apr 07, 2013 12:53 in General Talk

Yes of course.

ClixSense has thousands upon thousands of members and there are of course, members
that are advertisers. There are members that use their earnings for ad credits.

forecasts » Post #2

Sun Apr 07, 2013 12:24 in General Talk

Does it really matter?

The world will end when it ends.

In the mean time, we all need to live a good life and have faith.

just out of interest » Post #8

Sat Apr 06, 2013 21:09 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote:
valerie wrote: Checks.

You should never leave more within anything online, than you can laugh about losing.

I have about 3 grand sitting in a program that has been building for years, went to cash out
the other day, and the admin ignores me and does not pay my money.

Words of wisdom - this should be a sticky post. Also trust in my opinion is a big word. There is an old saying, trust nobody but yourself.

Yes the admin of CS is extremely trustworthy, and CS as a whole but can you predict any unforeseen disasters ? They can affect the best companies in the world. Remembering that eCurrency is a high liability. PayPal basically can do what they want with your money and you have no recourse, any of these payment processors can go belly up or freeze accounts, so then your money is as good as dust.

Personally I have never had any problems with PayPal, used it to receive thousands of $ and spend thousands. Never used it to sell however. I know that on SOME sites people let their balance grow because they are paid shills and want to lure other people to invest money. and in some cases people like to see the money grow, it is a good feeling, but this feeling can be stomped quite quickly too :D

Wow $3k that sucks ! that's a lot of money - I would be LIVID ! Can't you try to reason with them and give them an incentive to pay you? like you will spread their bad name all over the world or whatever works nowadays ?

Now that admin is laughing all the way to the bank.

Worst - some people leave big balances on fairly new PTCs that are obvious ponzi schemes and even on HYIP! or online casinos.

And that's not all, what about leaving big balances in your payment processor - another BIG no-no.....
I never leave more than maybe $50-$100 in my PP account at any time, and my LR account $0 !

I try not to use online payment processors, any more than I absolutely have to.
That's why I normally will choose the check option if the program has that option.

There are a lot of programs that pay me to my paypal and as a norm, I use most of it right away for online

Well, you really should, if you care about your money/earnings, request your payout as soon as possible
in whatever it is online. Because yes, you never know about online errors, for one thing. For example,
I can remember more than once when we had huge crashes online. I remember very well when the ....
oh what do you call it......the GRID locked up. Remember that? Gazillions of websites went down, mainly
along the East coast but it was thousands upon thousands upon thousands. I had one on a hosting out
of New York and that sucker never did come back! So, no matter how much you trust something, certainly
stuff can happen beyond anyone's control. Even back up systems are not the safe all some people think
they are.

There have been times I forget about cashing out. There has been times here in CS, that I have forgot
about cashing out. There are other programs I have forgot about cashing out.

No, that oh so and so linkreferral guy does not even reply to me. His forum, you can't post til he approves it!
Wonder why that is? :lol: I've been a member there for years and not much telling how many various web
pages I have it on. I tried posting. He does not approve my post. I have tried the support contact system
more than once. I have tried emails. But you know, people like that always lose out at some point, some
how, some where.

Yes, you should never leave more online, any where, in any thing, that you truly don't want to lose.
I always tell people they should cash out fast, get it in their bank fast, even if they do have to pay a
little extra fee.

As for me, well, it's just whatever I feel like doing at the moment I guess. I don't worry about it.

You know, years ago, I lost about 30 grand in an hyip. That was around 15 years ago and there was
nothing but a forum and Egold. Thousands of people posting, sending them more and more and more
money. I kept sending more and more and more too. I sent them almost 30 thousand dollars and
one day I went to their forum and POOF, it was gone! Have you ever had your stomach drop out of
the bottom of your feet and then do flip flops like it was on a bad cruise ship? I did that day and will
never forget it. I guess the worse thing is the feeling of 'HOW STUPID CAN I GET???'

my very first check, » Post #2

Sat Apr 06, 2013 01:55 in Your Stats

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