or if it wasn't. But I can tell you this......
I do remember what ClixSense old sites looked like, the money tree, etc. I also know when something
is good, people tend to copy cat it and hackers like to hack and people will try to steal the software/scripts.
If you recall the old bux site and how bux dot to stole their script, it was very easy to do and the old
original bux site, could not do a thing about the theft, supposedly anyway.
This is also why it is very important to not just follow what everyone tells you because online can be
like a peyton place, a gossip town. Once something spreads, it spreads and people pick it up and
continue to spread it.
So even if the site says it is owned by so and so, it may not be.
Anyone can go to wayback and see what GeoString looked like.
However, if you do some digging, you find that it may not necessarily be so that ClixSense owned
it since the domain was originally registered through Enom on March 3, 2010. Also according to
the raw data information, Jonathan Yates of Belize owns the domain.
So some of these programs are tricky in regards to knowing exactly who owns what and who sold
what to whom.
Off the top of my head, I am familiar with the name, Jonathan Yates. One of the original bux
sites perhaps? Just a scamster name?
I don't know but in regards to GeoString, it doesn't really matter to me since it never got off
the ground and does not exist.
I will tell you that John, the owner of StormPay and original owner/creator of ClixSense, dabbled
in a lot of money making schemes when he first started online. He had at least one or two MLM
opportunities that really weren't much more than scams to todays standards, long before he
launched StormPay. Back in the 90's, people were trying to figure out how they could make a
business online and everything was pretty much up for grabs. John kept at it until he did finally
So that's about all I know to tell you.
Darkstar2 wrote:valerie wrote: In the USA, termites exist in every state except Alaska. I guess it's normally too cold for them to exist in Alaska.
I guess it's all about taking care of ones property. It's no different than having a problem with
bears or some sort of bug or critter or fire or tornado or earthquake, etc. Everyone needs to
protect their property from mother nature because she can get mighty ugly at times.
I have family and colleagues in the US in different states and nobody has had termites. They have had
ants problems but that was fixed eventually. I guess old home owners are more at risk, and some people have decaying wood in their backyard along with buckets of stagnant water or poorly draining rain water, defective
spouts, etc. Personally I hate bugs, any bugs, can't stand them. The only insects I don't mind are bees (they are essential and don't sting unless provoked, they die if they sting ) and spiders (they do their own quiet thing and eat your bugs for you (free bug control ). The rest I can do without.
No, I've never had termites but I have always, no matter what house I owned, I always had it
protected with pest control.
Yeah the biggest area to start with is outside the home since they come from outside. Hmmm this
topic inspires me to movie ideas
You can't hear termites. At least, I don't think you can. There are several different types of termites.
You can't hear them, but you can hear the sound of wood being chomped and foraged by termites or carpenter ants. It has a distinct sound and you can hear it when everything else is quiet. I know some people who have had
these problems hidden behind walls and discovered it by sound, night when everything is quiet the "scrrrscrrrscrrscrrscrr" type sounds ..... In some cases you might notice powder and residue on wood (where the ants forage their way) or holes in decaying wood or otherwise..........OR you notice you have termites when your entire house crumbles over your head due to them eating out your structure
I could never live where it is cold most the time. I was born and raised near Chicago and I never want
any part of that again. Not that I regret growing up there because I don't. But I sure remember the
cold and wind and trudging thru the snow to school.
Well they don't call it the windy city for nothing....... BTW I have heard about new breed of very nasty insects to invade globally, and these will be resistant to most products and will be active even in winter and cold months.
osamaalgzal wrote:valerie wrote: These topics 'I'm sad' and 'help' will simply be locked in the future from this member if he
continues to post topics like that. You need to read the forum rules. Your topic should be
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