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Read How Scamsters Work! » Post #5

Mon Aug 27, 2012 08:58 in General Talk

Ya, of course when people purchased ads such as in the clixgrid, then site goes down and/or site disappears, that is that.
I seriously doubt anyone is purchasing ads for that program now since it no longer exists.

Read How Scamsters Work! » Post #1

Sun Aug 26, 2012 18:21 in General Talk

I thought this might be eye opening for some that are lucky enough to read it.

Scroll down to : TOP ZEEK REWARDS SCAMMER CONFESSES

GET MY MONEY BACK ZEEK REWARDS

You see, people want to believe the hype and the lies because they so badly want to make money....in fact, many so badly NEED to make money. It's real easy to be scammed if you don't do your research, and only listen to what someone tells you.

MLM is not bad. It's not. The problem is bad people make bad MLM's. Another problem is anyone online can launch a MLM or any type of ponzi they want. They don't need a business degree. They don't even need an 6th grade education. All they need is persuasion and to prey on people that want to believe their lies.

ALWAYS do your research. Believe me, it does not matter if BILLIONS of people are joining something, it does not make it good or legal. Crap can become a virus. Crap is crap, no matter how fast it spreads or how many join.

How To Win in ClixGrid - The Secret and Hint » Post #1

Sun Aug 26, 2012 12:11 in Success Stories

:lol: Ok, the secret to winning in the ClixGrid is to increase your odds. This does not mean you will win. It means you have a greater chance of winning.

The way to increase your odds, thereby increasing your chances of winning, is by clicking in the ClixGrid every day, the allotted amount of clicks.

Understand, the ClixGrid is a game of chance. Just like buying a lotto ticket, is chance winnings. Only thing is, you don't pay anything to try and win in the ClixGrid. The more you play, the greater your odds of winning.

There is no little men behind the squares. There is no secret winning links behind the squares. Nothing is behind the squares except for the advertisers ad link. Due to programming coding, every so often, when someone views a ClixGrid ad, at random, a winner happens!

Making designs out of the squares will not help you win
Clicking in any specific squares, will not help you win

The only thing that helps you win, is to click the total amount you can, every day. This increases your odds of winning.

HINT: Try clicking in the ClixGrid, at the same time every day. I have no idea if you will win but it makes good sense to me because it is chance relevant. Common sense, if you will.

Good Luck!

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #59

Sun Aug 26, 2012 07:30 in General Talk

I don't know because I have never installed the CS toolbar.

Does anybody receive their payment through mail? » Post #2

Sat Aug 25, 2012 17:44 in Payment Proofs

Yes, I cash out by check and have done so for 5 years. With that said, there was a brief period of time I cashed out using alertpay.

I've never had a problem with receiving check by mail.

I don't know where you are but I will tell you I am in TN and once the check is processed, it takes about 4 days to receive it.

Checks are processed only on the first Monday in the month.

Fed up of Clixgrid » Post #17

Sat Aug 25, 2012 14:43 in General Talk

There is more reasons to click in the clixgrid than meets the eye.

It's wise to use it not just for the opportunity of winning, but it does bring in advertisers.
And advertisers might try the clixgrid first, then decide to purchase pay to click ads too, which means
when you click those pay to click ads, you are making money.

As has already been stated, it's also wise to click a minimum of ten blocks per day in the clixgrid because
this adds to the completion of your daily checklist bonus.

Personally, I find a lot of interesting stuff in the glixgrid.

Anyone downloaded Mountain Lion? » Post #57

Sat Aug 25, 2012 13:38 in General Talk

oberder wrote: Valerie, wondering if you'd like this li'l news tidbit -- an open-source image program which has been available for Windows and Linux users, GIMP, is ready for MAC's Mountain Lion package

:idea: Reference -- GIMP 2.8 for Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8) available — News — gimpusers.com

:idea: GIMP Main site ( with front page news articles to view ) -- GIMP - The GNU Image Manipulation Program

Oh cool! Not sure if I want it or not. These days, I take a lot of time researching what downloads offer and trying to decide if it is something I will truly use. I use to download most everything that was free. :lol: Needless to say, most of it I never used or it was something I could not figure out how to use. :oops: Seems like I had gimp years ago on a pc and I never used it. I'll have to look at this further. I've got a few picture images I messed up and gimp might work for me to fix those. Thanks.

moderator » Post #2

Sat Aug 25, 2012 09:05 in General Talk

You can submit a support ticket if interested but I don't think there is need for any more right now.

Why? » Post #2

Fri Aug 24, 2012 23:51 in General Talk

Unlucky I suppose.

Every1, Hello » Post #2

Fri Aug 24, 2012 17:45 in Member Introduction

Hello Aisha. Welcome to the forums!

Yes, as a standard member you can request your earnings every time you have a minimum of $8.00 accumulated.
Be sure to FIRST enter your payout information within your profile if you have not done so. You only have to do it
once.

Payouts are made every Monday, USA time.

One of my Hummingbirds, in hand » Post #1

Fri Aug 24, 2012 11:11 in General Talk

The other day a hummingbird was stuck in the soffit and must have injured his back or a wing. I put him in the outside squirrel cage that is up in a tree. Also put a feeder in with him but he would not feed on his own. I'd go out and force feed him every 15 minutes. Unfortunately, he did get out of the cage and I found him dead not far away by the field.

Today, guess what? Another hummingbird in the garage and Bob brought it over to show me, in hand. Fortunately, this one was only stunned and was able to fly.

As I studied the garage/house, I am pretty sure I solved the mystery. There is a red door handle for the automatic garage door, hanging down from the ceiling in there. My outdoor hummingbird feeders are red. The brightly colored hanging handle, must be attracting them. I had Bob cover/wrap the handle in black material.

Truth and a Lie » Post #14

Fri Aug 24, 2012 09:37 in General Talk

manley wrote: Here is my truth and a lie;

*I hold a masters in Criminal Justice.

*I retired from the State of Missouri

I shal be back tomorrow to check for answers.

Ok, there's manley wanley!

Now this one is really difficult for me because both I think is true.

I'm going to go with the truth being you retired from the state of Missouri.
Altho I really want to think both are true. Ok, I'll stick with my answer that
you retired from the state of Missouri.

Mind Blowing Question? » Post #3

Fri Aug 24, 2012 09:33 in General Talk

Yes, just eat yourself and you will become twice as big.

:shock:

Truth and a Lie » Post #11

Thu Aug 23, 2012 20:55 in General Talk

jzt451 wrote:
valerie wrote: Ok, whilst we wait on more members to play, here is another...Truth or Lie:

-I have an AA degree and I have a BS degree
-I have the above degrees plus a Master's degree

Now a BS degree I have just a different kind lol.


Im gonna say the Masters is true, just because you come off as very determined. So I can see you balancing career & family to do so.

:lol:

I'm pretty good at this.

The first one is true, I have an Associates Arts degree in General Studies from a two year college and a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation with a minor in Psychology, from a four year university. Altho I had planned to attend Southern Illinois University for my masters in Rehab, I never did.

ySense Forum Moderators » Post #94

Thu Aug 23, 2012 18:48 in Member Introduction

greece, you can change your user name. To become a moderator, you can submit a support ticket and request. If there is any openings they will let you know.

Truth and a Lie » Post #9

Thu Aug 23, 2012 18:45 in General Talk

Ok, whilst we wait on more members to play, here is another...Truth or Lie:

-I have an AA degree and I have a BS degree
-I have the above degrees plus a Master's degree

Truth and a Lie » Post #8

Thu Aug 23, 2012 18:44 in General Talk

jzt451 wrote:
valerie wrote: I'll guess the truth is you did coach your HS football team in high school.
The lie I think is, you do not have a college degree.

You are Correct! Johnny tell her what she has won! You've won a all expenses paid trip to the ClixSense Forum. Congratulations!

aaaahahahahahaha :lol: :lol: Thank you, Thank you very much! It's the prize I always wanted. :mrgreen:

Someone else needs to play this crazy game too. :roll:

Truth and a Lie » Post #6

Thu Aug 23, 2012 16:45 in General Talk

I'll guess the truth is you did coach your HS football team in high school.
The lie I think is, you do not have a college degree.

Truth and a Lie » Post #3

Thu Aug 23, 2012 16:28 in General Talk

jzt451 wrote:
valerie wrote: The way this works, is you tell one truth and one lie, about yourself. Other members will try and guess which is the lie.

I'll go first.

*I was born in New Zealand
*I have three children

I'm gonna do the unexpected & say New Zealand is true, & 3 kids is false.

:lol: Got ya! I do have 3 children but I was not born in New Zealand.

Truth and a Lie » Post #1

Thu Aug 23, 2012 15:13 in General Talk

The way this works, is you tell one truth and one lie, about yourself. Other members will try and guess which is the lie.

I'll go first.

*I was born in New Zealand
*I have three children
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