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Was anyone a member of HP CSpace? » Post #16

Thu Jan 16, 2020 21:04 in General Talk

It was actually online over 12 years. There is a female member there and she said when
she started, it paid her $30 per month Amazon gift code.

When I started 2 years ago, it paid $15 a month Amazon gift code. Then it went down
to $10 a month.

Returning User » Post #2

Thu Jan 16, 2020 12:49 in Member Introduction

Love your user name. :P

Welcome back.

Truth about referrals on Ysense - RECAP 2019 » Post #8

Thu Jan 16, 2020 12:00 in Your Stats

mevay2009 wrote: Why was ClixSense sold?

I thought it's just a change of name.

I have no money. I have not been paid. I started working here in 2016 April 06 but I have no money. The payment initiated suddenly stopped. No one says anything.

Please Admin should help me. Does it mean that YSense is bigger now. Bigger than ClixSense I mean. Because of the sales.

I have been expecting Valerie in Uyo in Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria where I am. But she hasn't come. I will be delighted to have you around Val, Jim and Brian.
Beautiful Year, 2020.

Nigeria does not get a lot of surveys/offers/tasks. All you can do is look daily to see
if there is anything you can earn from here. You may want to advertise to others in
other countries your ySense referral link because you will earn from their activity.

ClixSense was sold by the owner because he wanted to sell it. If you have a car you
want to sell, you sell it. People sell things every day. He sold it for a profit.

I won't speak for anyone else, but I am mighty sure I won't be visiting Nigeria any
time soon.

IF you had earnings you never received, you should submit a support ticket to ySense.

Truth about referrals on Ysense - RECAP 2019 » Post #6

Thu Jan 16, 2020 09:31 in Your Stats

I'll have to look that up in regards to activity standing.
In CS, they were active for 90 days if they did nothing after profile/log in BUT they were not deleted from the system. Instead they lost whatever money they may have had in their balance.

3. You create a website or blog and relay full details of how it works, what to do, how much they can earn, how to contact you, etc. Advertise your website/blog, NOT ySense.

Was anyone a member of HP CSpace? » Post #12

Thu Jan 16, 2020 09:27 in General Talk

kaushik2018 wrote: Anyone using computer/laptop can join this community of C space , of course to join member has to qualify their preliminary test. Anyhow that community is going to be closed this coming Friday. BTW If You want to share, may I know which community of C Space You are talking about ?

Well I guess it is the same one I am referring to as I only know of one HP had.

Yes, it is closed now except for the goodbye topic and I think they will notify of
final rewards by email.

Truth about referrals on Ysense - RECAP 2019 » Post #4

Thu Jan 16, 2020 09:18 in Your Stats

PS. And yes, availability to earn here, varies on country locale, a lot.

Truth about referrals on Ysense - RECAP 2019 » Post #3

Thu Jan 16, 2020 09:17 in Your Stats

Just because a ref is considered 'active' does not mean they do anything at all.

1. Unless something has changed in regards to ref activity from ClixSense to ySense,
all enrollees that complete profile/log in, are considered active for 90 days...even
if they never log in again.

You probably know that but I want to make it clear for those that read your topic.

2. The old ploy that marketing is a numbers game, is untrue. You could sign up
a million people and none of them be active or only active for a brief period of time.
Understand, I am not saying it is not worth advertising freely as you may gain some
earnings. What I am saying is, the percentages are never in favor.

3. I believe members will do far better by explaining with honesty, how ySense
works, the realistic amounts they can earn, how to do surveys, offers, tasks. And
if a member only gains ONE very active referral, they will increase their earnings

So I say, don't look at 'numbers' instead 'teach people'.

Was anyone a member of HP CSpace? » Post #9

Thu Jan 16, 2020 07:07 in General Talk

kaushik2018 wrote: Are You a member of HP Tech INsider ( C Space ) ?

No. I don't think I have ever heard of it. I am guessing it is more for 'techs'?

error while cashout paypal » Post #2

Thu Jan 16, 2020 06:57 in Payment Proofs

Please post in the correct sub forum.

Your name and email address must match exactly the same in PayPal
as it is in ySense. If your email is not the same, you can add your
ySense email to your PayPal account.

Was anyone a member of HP CSpace? » Post #7

Wed Jan 15, 2020 21:55 in General Talk

uzair_friends wrote: Yes, I was.

Just wondered if anyone was because they are closing.

Was anyone a member of HP CSpace? » Post #6

Wed Jan 15, 2020 21:53 in General Talk

I was only a member for two years.

I am going to miss it. It could be informing at times.

Worst First Half of the month ....tasman1 » Post #8

Wed Jan 15, 2020 21:45 in Success Stories


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Was anyone a member of HP CSpace? » Post #1

Wed Jan 15, 2020 18:52 in General Talk

Was anyone here a member of HP cspace?

Worst First Half of the month ....tasman1 » Post #2

Wed Jan 15, 2020 14:23 in Success Stories

Oh gosh, pray Darkstar2 doesn't see this topic.

my avatar » Post #12

Wed Jan 15, 2020 06:44 in General Talk

I told Mark weeks ago, maybe months ago, about the upload not working for
our profile image. He said he would tell the 'developers' and have it fixed.

This program often reminds me of a self driving car.

my avatar » Post #6

Tue Jan 14, 2020 17:21 in General Talk

Actually I gave up trying to change it. I will try again but have my doubts.

If I still scare you, you'll know it didn't work.

my avatar » Post #4

Tue Jan 14, 2020 17:10 in General Talk

Booooooo Boooooooo Booooooo

One thing is for sure, I am all set for Halloween this year too.

my avatar » Post #2

Tue Jan 14, 2020 12:34 in General Talk

If it is not working for you, you'll have to wait until it is.

How much you have Poll .... tasman1 » Post #18

Tue Jan 14, 2020 10:30 in General Talk

The problem as I see it in regards to medical, is everyone wants to put the blame
some where else.

I worked in healthcare for many years and I know what they do. When I worked
in a hospital, I saw the prices they charged for many items.

Now mind you, that has been years ago. At that time, they charge something like
$10 for a tiny tube of toothpaste....good for about two or three brushings. They
charged approximately $25 for a plastic water pitcher that included a cup and
basin (worth about a buck in those days). In those days they had something
known as 'chux'. They probably still use them in nursing homes. Today they are
high quality, much different and heaven forbid if you looked at the price. But
even back then, they were awfully expensive. We would rush around with stickers
all over us. Every time we gave anything to a patient, incoming or additional,
we'd stick the sticker to our uniform. Then when we got to nursing station we'd
flip through the patience chart for their the stickies. They were
coded labels. When the patient was released, their records go to the records
department and all the stickies go to billing. Needless to say, how often do you
think busy nursing department as well as other departments in the hospital,
remembered who's sticky was who's? I might have twenty or more stickies on
me....I would have to imput some info in their charts and then.....wait......was
this sticky Miss Smith or Miss Jones? Well, it's gotta go some where!

Today, they have a much better way of doing that but my guess is, many smaller
hospitals, smaller nursing homes, in smaller towns/cities, probably have old ways
of doing stuff.

So that is just one point of the billing crisis in the USA. Over charged for
various services and items plus possible over charging for services/products
NEVER rendered.

I use Walmart pharmacy for my prescriptions. It's mostly covered by my insurance.
Some of my prescriptions are out of Canada. Walmart gets cheaper pricing from
Canada mostly on generic drugs. A drug for high blood pressure might be $100
for 30 and that same drug through Canada and Walmart will be $4. HUGE
difference and goes to show how much the Pharm industry is ripping people off.

In regards to nursing homes/long term care, you have good insurance than fine.
If you don't have good insurance, and you have anything at all, they take every
thing you got...your house, your land, etc. And if you are totally broke and have
nothing, you may still end up in the nursing home on State aid. If you are on
State aid, you most likely won't get as good a care as the rooms on the other
hall that have insurance or self pay.

Yes, $347 for my office visits. I am in a small rural town that takes me two
minutes to drive to my primary doctor. So, I am not sure if office visits would
generally be higher or lower in a regular/large city. My primary doctor is the
only doctor in this town. My last visit just recently, he looked at me and said
your blood pressure is up, I am doubling your lisinopril from 10 to 20. I said
ok. He said any problems? I said I am having some joint pain and he said
I'll prescribe you the best there is for arthritis but they cause ulcers so don't
take them every day. I said ok. He said bye, have a good day, I said you to.
$337.00. HAHA :lol:

Well I don't know in regards to not being able to pay the hospital bill. Some
hospitals in the USA are owned by ..... not sure how to say it..... Protestant
religions. For example I was born in a large catholic hospital outside of
Chicago. Where I presently live with have 'Baptist' hospitals. Some hospitals
are named after Saints. There are of course hospitals that are simply named
of the city or county. Some hospitals, have an indigent fund pool (for lack
of a better name). They may cover some or all of the medical procedures
and/or hospital bills. Mostly people simply go into debt owing that money
that is placed with credit bureau reporting. I'd say you'd be better off not
having anything because if you do have something, they'll take it to help
cover what you owe.

We had good insurance and my husband was retired, older than I. So he had
insurance and medicare. He had to check into the hospital that month for
about 3 days to go through many test before the actual heart surgery. A
couple of weeks later, he went in for the surgery. The surgery lasted about
6 hours. He was then in the intensive care heart surgery recovery area
for 12 days until he passed away.

Life is tough!

New country is born! Welcome AP (wherever you are) » Post #3

Tue Jan 14, 2020 07:56 in General Talk

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