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Let's do a brainstorming on Payment-Processing. » Post #17

Fri Mar 03, 2017 08:01 in General Talk

The reason why Marcel and not just Marcel, by the way, me too, and even other moderators have
locked many of the shrill topics is just that. MANY. They are all over the place.

Believe it or not, no one needs this. There are very active members in ClixSense that work hard
every day to make money. They are working to complete surveys, tasks, view ads, and everything
else not to mention referring new members and new advertisers.

This constant badgering of Skrill fees is not helping anyone. NO ONE.

For starters, I spent time listing each payment processor and locating some of the more important
page links to them, and posted in the payment support sub forum. Anyone and everyone can go to
those payment processors with questions. If the fees are too high, then you choose another option.
As a norm, people tend to wait til they have more than ten bucks to withdraw to their bank before
they do. Makes sense.

A few weeks ago I sold one of my domain names for $5,000.00. GoDaddy's fees for premium
domains sells is 20%. They sent me $4,000.00. They kept a whopping $1,000.00. Wouldn't
you call that insane? Well the fact of the matter is, not really. I knew their fee. They did the
work selling it for me. I could have gone else where. I could have done something else. I
could have just kept it.

You know what? That is the cost of doing business online. I understand that.

You can holler til the cows come home about payment processor fees being too high. While you
are yelling about it, others understand online business and the costs associated with it.

I don't know about the UK or Italy or any other country.

I do know in America we have something called FREE ENTERPRISE. What free enterprise tells us
is that anyone in America has the right to start/open/operate their own business. I can go down
the street in town and buy a coffee for $4.00 or I can go down the street and buy a coffee for $2.00.
That is free enterprise. I can open a coffee shop and I can sell coffee for $10.00 a cup if I want to.
That is free enterprise.

You are yelling about something you have no control over. You don't own the payment processors.
You have no control over what they charge or what they don't charge or how they operate.

Unfortunately, online, there is not a coffee shop on every corner. In other words, there is not a
trustworthy online payment processor on every corner.

Entrepreneurship is risky. Every entrepreneur has taken risks. The key to not losing your tail along
the way is keeping your risks as low as possible. It is NOT about NOT taking the risks. It IS about
taking the risks.

ClixSense has listed several payment processors. They have kept the risks as low as possible for
themselves and for YOU. Most members here have more than one option they may choose.

Understand the risks of doing business online and choose the best option for you. If you can't choose
one, so be it. If you don't want to work here, that is your choice.

In regards to Direct Deposit to a million bank accounts, you don't even know what you are suggesting.
If they could even begin to take that route, you'd be lucky to have a dime out of every dollar.

Yep, you can voice your opinion til the cows come home. Go for it. Other members here that are
working hard, are not going to be too fond of your nonsense topic. In regards to Jim, I am mighty
sure he doesn't need help in this but if he did, he would come front and center and say so.

I don't know what this 'not fair' business is. Surely you are adults and know nothing is fair in life.
The payment processors could say the same to you. That you are not fair in criticizing them and
not know what work and struggles they went thru and what payments they must make and what
employees they must pay etc.

Payza has transfer partners » Post #13

Thu Mar 02, 2017 19:53 in General Talk

Of course they ask for more.

You are suppose to give them a copy of some kind of identification. A drivers license or
a credit card or some even request and/or will accept a copy of your utility statement.

9PM .........tasman1 » Post #19

Thu Mar 02, 2017 19:50 in General Talk

Oh give me a break. For heavens sake!

Who do you think ClixSense is, God? What kind of nonsense is that 'pindokhan'?
ClixSense does not own the payment processors.

If you don't want to use any of the payment processors listed then don't.

If you can't do the math and choose which payment processor would be the best for you,
there is no point in you continuing posting this nonsense about it here.

This has just gone on far too long. It's the same few members out of thousands that
are constantly posting about the fees.

Well you know what, maybe digging ditches would be easier. Maybe your country does
not take out much on tax's.

Now you folks listen and you listen good. All these payment processors have an FAQ
and support and contact information. If you need information then contact them. If
you want their fees lowered then contact them and tell them you feel their fees are too
high. I am sure they will be more than happy to tell you why the fees are high.

Payza has transfer partners » Post #11

Thu Mar 02, 2017 19:08 in General Talk

I see nothing at all new.

Most payment processors request some kind of proper identification such as bank account....of course
because how are they going to transfer funds to your bank account without the information.....and....
most require some kind of ID such as a credit card or drivers license. They are not asking to take your
passport or any other id. They are asking for a copy of a legitimate id to prevent scamsters.

What I find so odd is the people that want privacy and security and want their information safe and
their payments fast YET they don't want to adhere to the payment policies.

I don't know what PayPal is doing now but back when they started, I had to load in a copy of my
drivers license and more. Same when Payza was AlertPay and I was the first person to join but I
still had to submit a copy of my drivers license and more. Same goes with SolidTrustPay, I joined
them years ago and I had to load in copy of drivers license and even more and extra info it seemed
to get the SolidTrustPay id card.

So I don't know what the big hoopla is. Submitting your identification to prove you are who you
say you are so you won't be cheated out of your funds, is a very much legitimate practice....even

not allowed » Post #2

Wed Mar 01, 2017 14:47 in Payment Proofs

Be sure to blur or remove your reference numbers from the payment proof.

skrill,,horrendously high fees! » Post #2

Wed Mar 01, 2017 14:44 in General Talk

You know what is horrendously funny?

That members here for YEARS have requested and literally begged for Skrill to be added
as a payment option.

So all I can tell you and anyone else, is to simply choose the best option for you.

I would also suggest contacting Skrill with any questions or concerns you may have.
Most importantly read all their FAQ first.

9PM .........tasman1 » Post #2

Wed Mar 01, 2017 07:49 in General Talk

Fat Tuesday is over finished no more gone gotta wait til next year no eating allowed til then.

Amazon Web Services Down » Post #2

Tue Feb 28, 2017 20:34 in General Talk

Yeah, I thought it a bit strange this morning when they ask me to type in a code in order to
shop at Amazon dot com. That was very weird.

Tomorrow is my anniversary - 10 years with CS » Post #32

Tue Feb 28, 2017 20:33 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: You forgot to call tasman1 for aniversary party ..................bad girl Valery

I did call you but you were too busy with the videos to hear me.

Insult vs Praise » Post #11

Mon Feb 27, 2017 13:11 in General Talk

Well I reckon I best lock this one down.

I feel insulted for not being insulted because it is so insulting to not be insulted when you know you have been here ten years and deserve all the insults from all the insulting members that love to insult you because you have been here ten years.

Topic Locked

Insult vs Praise » Post #10

Mon Feb 27, 2017 12:57 in General Talk

I know how Marcel thinks. It didn't take me long to figure him out. His motto is:


hahahahahahahahahahaha » Post #17

Mon Feb 27, 2017 10:22 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: oh really sorry val i didn't know,,i thought they were just humorous images with quotes which i found on the net and thought i would share here with everyone,,ok i will double check next time,,,but really i dont spam coz thats one thing i don't even like myself never mind doing it.

on top of that i had warning from admin which was really unnecessary considering all my posts are genuine replies or topics of some sort,you know that,,i quite a good gal really :mrgreen:

Yes you did spam. Regardless of intentional or not, you did.

The warning was not from admin. It was from me.

The warning system is primarily just that. A way to let the member know he/she did not follow
the forum rules or some other message the member needs to receive/know. Although most
members do not realize it, a message may in fact be protecting them in one way or another.

I am not sure if it is in the rules but it is a poor idea to copy images from the web and post them.
Some years ago, admin did post regarding to this. There is more problems with it than most people
realize such as copy right infringement which may sound funny but not so much when you are sued
and it does happen. Another problem is simply the owner knowing his image has been taken and
changing the image link so that the posted image is nothing more than a tiny x in the post. Another
problem is the member could be banned from ClixSense entirely if admin is contacted by the owner
of the image with a complaint.

So not just here, but wherever you post other peoples images, you might want to think twice before
you do. Of course, the type of images you posted with links in the image, was free advertising for
those websites and that is what made it spam.

Fingleton dies at 36 » Post #1

Mon Feb 27, 2017 09:18 in General Talk

That's sad. He was only 36 years old. Britains tallest man.

Wow , » Post #3

Mon Feb 27, 2017 08:29 in General Talk

Everyone is working to pick up the extra bonus percentage. Tomorrow is the last day.

hahahahahahahahahahaha » Post #15

Mon Feb 27, 2017 08:26 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: i dont know what i am doing wrong here,i thought this section is for funny posts,anyway first one got removed coz political so opologies for that but the 2nd one i thought was pretty funny,no need to have that removed ?

guess anything i post now will be a waste of time :roll:

definition of spam

irrelevant or unsolicited messages sent over the Internet, typically to a large number of users, for the purposes of advertising, phishing, spreading malware, etc.

i dont think i fit into any of these categories.....

I don't know what your images were. All I know is they are spam because they both had
website links displayed in them.

Insult vs Praise » Post #2

Sun Feb 26, 2017 22:27 in General Talk

Well alrightie then.

I always say, a peanut butter sandwich just ain't happy without the jelly.

Tomorrow is my anniversary - 10 years with CS » Post #19

Sun Feb 26, 2017 22:25 in General Talk

We had ask for a forum some years prior but never got it.

Then I think with all the PTC's coming out, all of them having a forum, CS decided it was time.

Yep, it was something like the first 4 years or more without a forum. Even after it launched, there
really wasn't a heck of a lot to cheer about. It was a simple PTC and that was about it other than
the ClixGrid.

I suggested to Jim to add offers/videos/surveys/etc. They did. Eventually they added the Tasks too.
Then other PTC's started implementing the same thing too.

People have always copy catted ClixSense. I always hate that too. I like originality and always feel
like there should be a law about people taking your idea for their own. You know, like the ClixGrid.
It's like many people are too lazy and too lame brained to come up with anything on their own.

Tomorrow is my anniversary - 10 years with CS » Post #16

Sun Feb 26, 2017 18:51 in General Talk

Looks like the forums opened Nov. 2011.

Tomorrow is my anniversary - 10 years with CS » Post #15

Sun Feb 26, 2017 18:48 in General Talk

cookin2 wrote: Congratulations!!

It should be a national holiday! It falls on a Monday just like most of the other holidays.

It is now formally recognized as "Valerie's Day".

The same as Washington's birthday which they later changed to President's Day. Maybe a few years down the road, we can rename it "Moderator's Day".

Kind of funny. My birthday is in Feb. I attended Washington school.

Hmmmm I am going to look see what day the forums opened.

Tomorrow is my anniversary - 10 years with CS » Post #8

Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:18 in General Talk

Oh I said yesterday because I thought today was the 28th.
It's tomorrow.

I need to start wearing my glasses. :shock:
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