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Posts by valerie


Sun May 13, 2018 07:00 in General Talk

Links are not allowed and I don't have time for your nasty remarks.


Sat May 12, 2018 22:19 in General Talk

Moderators are not researchers. We're not here to research every link.

Just know that you may need to read the rules and know that moderators
can make their own decisions regarding posts that may be against the rules.

Some members tend to take things personal in the forums but truly, mods
don't. It's just forums so don't let it get to you simply because a post you
submitted was locked.

However, if it is bothering you, you may contact admin by submitting a
support ticket. Your post did get reported by other members.

Is America dream is dead? » Post #35

Tue May 08, 2018 08:20 in General Talk

Read the forum rules.

Retire at age 25 years old if u have 1,000,000 » Post #6

Mon May 07, 2018 21:52 in General Talk

A million dollars in the USA is not a whole lot of money any more.
If you retired at 25 years old because you had a million dollars and expected to watch
netflix the rest of your life, best think again because it won't last you very long.

To come back or what ....tasman1 » Post #10

Sat May 05, 2018 08:46 in General Talk

Find your blonde. She will help you spend the money.

How much money can you make from surveys? » Post #9

Sat May 05, 2018 08:42 in General Talk

You would need to know your own country rules regarding tax earnings.

In the USA there is various amounts before you must pay the government tax.
For example if you are a USA resident and you make less than $600 in ClixSense
for the entire year, you may not need to report it. Also in the USA there is
those that are retired on retirement income that may not receive or make enough
to report it. In addition there are those that are receiving disability payments and
here again, may not need to report it. If you work online as a business, you may
need to report your earnings but that is here again, based on the amount you earn.
There is also business spending in which you may either gain cash back or not need
to pay in much. ClixSense will send the earning amount you made for the year IF
you made over $600. Since ClixSense is a USA business, you would need to know
the tax rules in your own country. ClixSense is not responsible for anyone's tax's
here except their own.

Is America dream is dead? » Post #26

Sun Apr 29, 2018 21:54 in General Talk

Don't be fooled. Nothing ever really changes except the universe.

The American Dream is if anything, more alive today than ever before.

It doesn't matter who you are if you live in the USA and you have the
mentality to create a dream then you can have the reality to make it
happen. Of course, you can't take someone that can't sing and expect
them to become the next top ten on the music list.

It is almost absurd to think it doesn't exist. Look at the health care
industry. It's HUGE! And in health care, most fields will PAY YOU to
become educated. Lets say you want to be a nurse. The hospital will
pay your way or pay you back every semester.

There is many fields that are having a very tough time getting knowledgable
employees and they pay top dollar on wages PLUS pay for training.

The American Dream is alive today just like it was yesterday.

In the 60's there was lazy people. They all wanted free love and world
peace. What is different about that? It's called teenagers and young
adults. Nothing changes with them. They still have raging hormones.
They still want to look cute and be cool.

It doesn't matter if you come from the poorest family in America. If
you want the American Dream, you WORK for it and you'll get it.

Dollar General is opening more store than walmart » Post #2

Sun Apr 29, 2018 21:34 in General Talk

Yeah, Dollar General is taking over the world. But enter at your own risk because they are
robbed every day.

12 600 extra a year in pocket ...tasman1 » Post #12

Mon Apr 23, 2018 08:58 in General Talk

For some retired people choosing a legitimate company, reverse mortgage may be the best way to go.

For example, a married retired couple with very little income. The couple are struggling to pay their
mortgage and make ends meet. The couple never had children. The couple do not have help nor
access to anyone that can help them financially. When they die, their home will go to the state or
city. The couple still have many years to pay on their mortgage. With this couple, a reverse mortgage
may be the best way to go. Not only will they be paid instead, they'll have ease of mind and have
the extra money to help pay for the things they need and/or want.

BUT if you only have a few years left on paying your home loan off, a reverse mortgage would be
crazy. It wouldn't make sense. If you're in a bind, the best thing to do would be to sell your house.
If you sell your house, you can purchase something more affordable or outright and pocket the
extra to help with living expenses.

Yes, in the USA, it works basically like that.......a reverse mortgage pays you and pays your mortgage.
When you die, they take the property and sell it. That's how they make their money. Obviously
you would need to have a certain amount of equity in your house before you would qualify for a
reverse mortgage.

12 600 extra a year in pocket ...tasman1 » Post #7

Sat Apr 21, 2018 18:37 in General Talk

DON'T do a reverse mortgage if you only have 7 years left and I would not advise it anyway.

If you do choose that route, best get a lawyer first so that you will know exactly the best way
to go.

Owning your home without a mortgage is good and bad. Before shouting from the roof top
when your mortgage is paid off, be very careful. If you own your house, free and clear, you
have a lot more to lose. Remember that.

question??? » Post #4

Tue Apr 17, 2018 08:23 in General Talk

As far as I know, ClixSense does not have games that pay members for playing.

Engageme? » Post #8

Mon Apr 16, 2018 08:10 in General Talk

Usually this stuff goes down when it is being worked on. It's extremely common.

I see listed in my ClixOffers.

question??? » Post #2

Mon Apr 16, 2018 08:07 in General Talk

ClixSense does not have games for pay. They only have games that anyone
can play for free.

Just to let you know » Post #4

Sun Apr 08, 2018 12:30 in General Talk

I could tell by your mask you are of extreme intelligence.

Payza is Dying , read ......tasman1 » Post #18

Sun Apr 01, 2018 22:33 in General Talk

The Patel brothers have never been honest and certainly never reliable.

mail from Payza » Post #10

Fri Mar 23, 2018 20:06 in General Talk

Practice Posting Here » Post #933

Fri Mar 23, 2018 15:39 in General Talk

raymundo wrote: Thanks Valerie; I'm glad you still send out checks in the mail,my account as far as banking won't arrive till my retirement in November..then later on a processor if there is a real one,but i like the ol snail mail the best..c u on facebook,great animals!

I chose the card for my retirement funds instead of bank account. I lose a month
so to speak choosing the card instead. I got the card this month and my first payment
will be next month. I think I will like it but if not I will change to bank.

Glad you like the animals. :mrgreen:

Clixsense with Adword » Post #10

Thu Mar 22, 2018 07:32 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote: Oh no Valerie!!, Makes me sad hearing about that. (That's not fair at all) :thumbdown:

We Danes might be complaining about our high taxes, But we tend to forget if something like this happens, It's already paid for.

If my mom lived in the US, She would propably owe several millions of dollars already.

My condolences, Hope he will get better (I really do) .

Yes it would be great if the USA had universal health care. The way it is, totally stinks.

He has medicare but it does not cover everything.

When people are sick and suffering, no one should have to be concerned about medical bills.

Clixsense with Adword » Post #8

Wed Mar 21, 2018 20:47 in General Talk

The $33,000 bill was for the hospital bill ONLY for 4 or 5 days.
The various testing, doctors, etc bill has not come in yet.

Two weeks later he went in for his scheduled valve replacement and bypass.
Surgery for almost 6 hours.

He has been in a medically induced coma for 7 days and on ventilator in ICU.

They have reduced his meds and trying to wake him. He blinked at me a couple
of times.

It's hard.

The bills will be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Decided to Retire from Here » Post #29

Wed Mar 21, 2018 20:01 in General Talk

Maybe I can help you with that some time. I can't right now.

I will tell you I don't do pollfish surveys. Also I don't do tap research.......maybe once a year.
I usually ignore inovative surveys.
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