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Posts by valerie

~*~10-10~*~IT'S MY BDAY » Post #5

Wed Oct 10, 2012 09:49 in General Talk

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

How do you get referrals? » Post #2

Sat Oct 06, 2012 14:42 in General Talk

Try going a completely different route.

What I spent My First Clixsense payout On ;) » Post #4

Fri Oct 05, 2012 14:11 in Success Stories

Wonderful story. I enjoyed it very much. I wish more would post stores about what they spend their ClixSense earnings on. I think it's interesting and perhaps there are members that buy things with their ClixSense earnings that they would not normally buy.

Another so called 'great site' falling down.. » Post #29

Wed Oct 03, 2012 18:11 in General Talk

It may also depend on the moderator. Most that is posted at the forum is left up to the moderator in regards to edit/allowing/disapproving.

For the most part, I won't allow posts/discussions about a program other than ClixSense/partners.
Some times, I will allow them to rant for a bit, then I close them. Just like this one. It has run it's
rant and now I will close it. :mrgreen:

How To Win in ClixGrid - The Secret and Hint » Post #97

Wed Oct 03, 2012 11:08 in Success Stories

ipace wrote: Why can't we make it like minesweeper? :) ... and make it more fun :D

So have the bombs and the ads and if you hit a bomb .. your gone .. chances for that day are over.

And, you keep searching till you know you're getting hotter/closer ... to the 'ad' (the jackpot)

... and we can make it even more fun ... by planting 'dummy' bombs etc.

Just a thought. :idea:

I don't think that would be very fair to the advertiser or the member. It wouldn't be fair especially to the member that has completed all the checklist bonus requirements just to have a bomb blow up in his face and not get paid the checklist bonus. The advertiser would lose out too because that member may have been interested in the advertisers offer.

Monday Earn Money? » Post #6

Wed Oct 03, 2012 11:03 in General Talk

oceanlover1972 wrote: As far as checks being sent out the first Monday of the month...does anyone know about that? It's Wednesday and I'm still waiting for "pending payout" to change to "approved" or whatever. Does "first Monday" really just mean "the first week" of the month?
Thanks.

You seem to be very confused about this and perhaps you should submit a support ticket. I myself have answered completely your question about this, more than one place here in the forums. Others have answered too. It's also in the faq.

Once again, to be as clear as I can be, checks are process on or about the first Monday in the month, for USA members that have chosen their payout by check. Once the check is processed (actually sent out), you will no longer be able to add funds to that present pending payout. So if you are still seeing 'pending' of your payout request, that means the check has not processed yet. Of course, you do want to make sure you entered your choice (check) of payout within your profile and made sure your name/address is correct. Please do remember, checks do NOT always process exactly on the first Monday of the month. Some times there is a few days past that first Monday before the check is actually mailed out.

Another so called 'great site' falling down.. » Post #26

Wed Oct 03, 2012 10:57 in General Talk

You can in general talk about a program, for example, such as this topic. For the most part, it's not allowed, as an example talking about how wonderful a program is. For another example, the program discussed here, is soon to bite the dust if it hasn't already.

Another so called 'great site' falling down.. » Post #24

Wed Oct 03, 2012 00:27 in General Talk

Ya, Bernie's ponzi lasted something like 40 years!

Smart Car » Post #3

Wed Oct 03, 2012 00:20 in General Talk

:lol: My significant other is my ex-husband. Altho he is my ex, he is significant.

Explanation of BOTS - FYI » Post #9

Wed Oct 03, 2012 00:18 in General Talk

Bot's was around long before 'bux' programs existed.

Another so called 'great site' falling down.. » Post #18

Tue Oct 02, 2012 14:59 in General Talk

Well, this one was so very obvious that I have a hard time seeing how anyone could not see it for what it was.

I can't even begin to tell you the number of people that practically cussed me out for not adding it to my program.
Their other program MM I did have listed for some years. MM really isn't much of a program but for a long time, it
did pay out as stated....just took a long time to reach a payout. Then MM started getting crazy, talking about their
big program (PTCBox) that was going to launch soon (which was way over a year) and how we would all be first in.
Well I want you to know, they did not import us, did not inform us, or nada! They just went off and launched knowing
they would be downline thieving from their own program.

Anyway, I figured they would have bit the dust before now.

ads » Post #2

Tue Oct 02, 2012 01:06 in General Talk

Yes you can.

Smart Car » Post #1

Mon Oct 01, 2012 11:41 in General Talk

Anyone looked at the Smart Car? I think they're cute but my significant other, says they look like a death trap. I sure wouldn't want to tag behind a semi in one.

Gifting Clubs Illegal? » Post #8

Sun Sep 30, 2012 23:26 in General Talk

Armand2REP wrote: I am pretty sure advertising an illegal activity would be against Clixsense guidelines.

That is easy for you to say that. You don't own ClixSense and you don't have to concern yourself here with advertisers and the slew of various programs they promote. If we were to dive deep enough, we could probably determine that over 99% of what is being advertised online in the make money arena, is illegal. So how far does it go and what does it stop?

It goes and stops when it is legally put down by the Feds or some other legal authority.

ClixSense does deny adverts according to their policies and what they feel deemed to deny. ClixSense has sent at various times thru-out their over 5 years in operation, warnings of blatant scams. It's not something do often nor something they want to get into.

I can make a couple of suggestions to you since you appear to feel so strongly about it. You can submit a support ticket to ClixSense with the 'gifting' program you consider illegal. Another suggestion is to not click the ad. If you click the ad, you can always click it off immediately.

Gifting Clubs Illegal? » Post #6

Sun Sep 30, 2012 19:31 in General Talk

The difference is, ClixSense does not promote gifting clubs. Advertisers promote for the most part, whatever they want to advertise, unless of course, stated otherwise in the policies. I don't tell you what you can't read. You can look at gifting clubs, read the gifting club site info, even choose to join it if you want to. ClixSense does not control you but as stated, they do have some policies in place in regards to adverts that advertisers must abide by.

Gifting Clubs Illegal? » Post #4

Sun Sep 30, 2012 12:48 in General Talk

ClixSense does not promote gifting clubs. Advertisers promote gifting clubs.

Gifting Clubs Illegal? » Post #2

Sun Sep 30, 2012 00:13 in General Talk

Yes, they are illegal.

I think I killed a Copperhead, what ya think? » Post #9

Sat Sep 29, 2012 10:00 in General Talk

ancient350 wrote:
valerie wrote: Ya, guess you could compare him to a copperhead, only a lot slicker.
90% voters or 810 people had voted "Obama not welcome in USA" in a big forum.

Ya, some people like him and some people don't.

I think I killed a Copperhead, what ya think? » Post #7

Sat Sep 29, 2012 02:28 in General Talk

ancient350 wrote:
valerie wrote: This feller would not leave. He/She just kept on striking, trying to bite me.
What about Obama?

Ya, guess you could compare him to a copperhead, only a lot slicker.

Do You have Stupid Dreams? » Post #10

Fri Sep 28, 2012 13:46 in General Talk

It is said that a person usually has over 50 dreams a night.
However, we usually only remember a dream or part of a dream, when we are about to wake up.

Have you ever had a really good dream, wake up, try to go back to sleep so you can continue that dream where it left off? I have. It doesn't work. :mrgreen:
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