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CS#216 total with yS 29 payments » Post #3

Tue Oct 29, 2019 14:42 in Success Stories

tasman1 wrote: Nice , congrats , how much of that was earned on CS

The payments above are all ySense.

You can see Aug 2 I did a $50 payout so I am sure some of that $50 was made
on ClixSense.

Thats about a 3 month total with ySense.

CS#216 total with yS 29 payments » Post #1

Tue Oct 29, 2019 13:57 in Success Stories

29 Oct 2019 13:38 PST Withdrawal Amazon.com $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,393,921,869 28 Oct 2019 08:28 PST Withdrawal Amazon.com $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,384,986,018 24 Oct 2019 05:38 PST Withdrawal Amazon.com $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,381,246,325 22 Oct 2019 13:36 PST Withdrawal Amazon.com $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,378,934,067 21 Oct 2019 14:53 PST Withdrawal Amazon.com $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,378,932,923 21 Oct 2019 14:53 PST Withdrawal Amazon.com $25 Gift Card $-25.0000
1,364,949,692 15 Oct 2019 12:14 PST Withdrawal Walmart $5 Gift Card $-5.0000
1,364,441,448 15 Oct 2019 08:00 PST Withdrawal Walmart $25 Gift Card $-25.0000
1,353,142,009 10 Oct 2019 06:11 PST Withdrawal Walmart $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,349,873,348 08 Oct 2019 17:19 PST Withdrawal Walmart $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,346,205,764 07 Oct 2019 07:32 PST Withdrawal Walmart $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,344,591,366 06 Oct 2019 11:52 PST Withdrawal Walmart $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,341,228,449 04 Oct 2019 17:30 PST Withdrawal Walmart $25 Gift Card $-25.0000
1,329,753,468 29 Sep 2019 11:54 PST Withdrawal Walmart $25 Gift Card $-25.0000
1,321,518,346 25 Sep 2019 12:51 PST Withdrawal Walmart $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,317,373,671 23 Sep 2019 16:29 PST Withdrawal Walmart $25 Gift Card $-25.0000
1,309,920,815 20 Sep 2019 07:58 PST Withdrawal Amazon.com $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,302,085,632 16 Sep 2019 17:32 PST Withdrawal Amazon.com $5 Gift Card $-5.0000
1,302,084,391 16 Sep 2019 17:31 PST Withdrawal Walmart $25 Gift Card $-25.0000
1,288,455,838 10 Sep 2019 09:45 PST Withdrawal Walmart $25 Gift Card $-25.0000
1,281,092,791 06 Sep 2019 20:27 PST Withdrawal Walmart $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,277,859,108 05 Sep 2019 10:28 PST Withdrawal Walmart $25 Gift Card $-25.0000
1,270,950,229 02 Sep 2019 08:02 PST Withdrawal Walmart $50 Gift Card $-50.0000
1,251,539,073 23 Aug 2019 18:59 PST Withdrawal Walmart $25 Gift Card $-25.0000
1,242,158,540 19 Aug 2019 16:58 PST Withdrawal Walmart $25 Gift Card $-25.0000
1,230,869,005 14 Aug 2019 07:06 PST Withdrawal Walmart $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,228,554,580 13 Aug 2019 07:07 PST Withdrawal Walmart $10 Gift Card $-10.0000
1,228,551,564 13 Aug 2019 07:05 PST Withdrawal Walmart $25 Gift Card $-25.0000
1,204,756,966 02 Aug 2019 05:16 PST Withdrawal Walmart $50 Gift Card $-50.0000
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Total ySense payments = $515.00

screenshot to prove search termination » Post #4

Mon Oct 28, 2019 16:03 in General Talk

When you complete a survey, you take a screenshot of the last page.
Do that with every survey you complete.

Write down the ID number of the survey and the award amount. OR simply keep
that survey page lists open so you can see the one you clicked on.

If the survey credits, great....send the screenshot to your trash can on your desktop.

If the survey does not credit, submit a ticket with your proof. They will credit your
account with the reward amount.

screenshot to prove search termination » Post #2

Mon Oct 28, 2019 12:24 in General Talk

Please post in the appropriate sub forums. This is the second post of yours today that I have moved.

I did already reply to your previous topic that pertains to this topic as well.

Yes, if a survey does not apply the award amount, you would need to submit the screen shot along
with the survey id number and the reward amount of said survey. They will then credit your account
with the missing credit.

why not remove the (toluna) from the panel ???? » Post #2

Mon Oct 28, 2019 12:20 in General Talk

Hello Edersants

Firstly, this was already discussed some time back in the news/updates sub forum.
There IS an issue with Toluna not crediting and it has been suggested not to do those surveys at this time.
They stated they contacted Toluna and waiting on a fix. This is all I know and this is what has been stated
in the news sub forum.

I suppose members could still do them if they wanted to and submit the id number, reward amount, and
screenshot to ySense support thru their support ticket system. They will credit the award if you send that
info.

I will add, it appears they are working on some things in regards to surveys.
Samplicios surveys have not been listed for USA members for several days.

HAPPY DIWALI » Post #5

Sat Oct 26, 2019 17:31 in General Talk

It's kind of like Christmas, 4th of July, and Thanksgiving, rolled into one.

Canadians , take your money ....tasman1 » Post #3

Fri Oct 25, 2019 06:26 in General Talk

@Darkstar2

See if you can possibly put this in your head. Valerie is not bashing Prodege and
Valerie is not praising Prodege. Valerie does not revolve around Prodege. Valerie
does not personally know the owners of Prodege. Valerie would find no loss of love
if Prodege disappeared in the next 5 minutes. There is some things Valerie likes
about Prodege and some things Valerie does not like about Prodege.

If you want to let your meager earnings ride forever, I don't care. I simply stated
a fact and a suggestion. The fact is, you can absolutely cash out now if you wish.
The fact is, I always tell everyone to cash out and not allow funds to rise. The
fact is, the Grid has gone down before and programs have gone poofers before.
The suggestion is to cash out your $500 bucks because you would only pay $14
in fees.

I really wish I had not even posted my suggestion to you. My gosh man, you get
so tore up over everything. Geesh!

Anyone have Pet Insurance? » Post #1

Thu Oct 24, 2019 07:26 in General Talk

I am wondering if pet insurance is really worth it?

The health care in the pet industry is as bad as in the human industry....maybe worse.

Yesterday I purchased Bo's NexGard and Heartgard. Six month supply = $163.00

He also gets a rabies shot once a year. It's the law. Kind of ridiculous in a big way
since he only weighs 7 pounds and is not an outside dog.

There's other shots he gets and tests through his regular yearly check ups. I would
guesstimate that his yearly medical is approximately $500 to $600.

As he grows older (he is over 6 years old), he would of course be more prone to
medical attention.

I guess it's like health insurance for people, you don't know if you need it until after
the fact.

My Best Day (119$) » Post #5

Wed Oct 23, 2019 19:14 in Success Stories

So the tasks were worth about .14 cents each?

How long did it take you to do all those?

I hope you get that much every day. WOW!

New Admin! » Post #9

Wed Oct 23, 2019 12:21 in General Talk

Idjosko wrote: Hello again!

I just spotted one more admin here. :clap: His/her name is brisense.

Hope that this one have new information for us! We really need daily support and answers from them here on forum!

Brian is not new.

Payment » Post #3

Wed Oct 23, 2019 06:28 in General Talk

Get a job and clean your own house.

21/10/2019 - $17.20 earned ! » Post #10

Tue Oct 22, 2019 21:25 in Success Stories

I will suggest to you as I suggest to everyone, cash out your balance.

I've never used Payoneer so I don't know much about it.

Always ask yourself this question: Which do I prefer to lose?

PayPal comes back for Canadians, great!

If the grid goes down tomorrow, not great.....not great for you.

You can only do the two cash out's per day. So at least take some of it.

21/10/2019 - $17.20 earned ! » Post #8

Tue Oct 22, 2019 11:23 in Success Stories

I believe the only payment processor that SB has is PayPal.
SB has a ton more gift cards and denominations than here.

So you see, this is the big difference....international.

As you probably know, Surveys was always for USA and Canada.
There may have been some GPT's that were international but not in regards to doing surveys.

You know, sites like Donkey and other older GPT's may have allowed many or all countries but
they focused on paid to read, sign up, that kind of stuff. Internationals did not have surveys.

Even today, most GPT's only allow 2 to 5 countries.

When PTC came along, most those in USA balked at it. Internationals jumped on it fast.

ClixSense with it's referral program and initial downline of 5 levels, was lucrative enough
for the USA to join in and more than attractive for internationals. When the 8 levels was
introduced, that became very powerful. Using myself as an example, I had more than
20,000 in my organization with well over 1,000 consistently upgraded and much more
than that active. It was truly the most sensible, the easiest, the lowest cost, and most
profitable way for anyone to advertise and/or make a good steady extra income here.

When the downline went away, that is when the big players went away. Add to that the
loss of the PTC end and PayPal, it became more of an international station for tasks and
dedicated survey users, not to mention those that did not mind viewing videos and sliders.

Knowing what little I know about Prodege, they did not and don't have these payment
processors integrated else where. Their other programs have not had the need to do so.
That's why the wait has been so long here. They had to make requests and wait for
permissions and code things in on one side, not multiples. They have multiple programs
as you know. They seem to have everything in kind of a conjunction with everything
else and that has been fine until they moved CS in and these other payment processors.

In regards to PayPal and Canada HERE, I really do see it as a coding issue because
Canadians want the USA dollar and I don't think they got it at their multiples. They've
got to implement a special code. I know you don't get what I am saying but I do
understand to an extent what they mean.

AND yes you were paid for awhile with PayPal and it was probably thru a manual process
of some sort.

I ask you how much? $12 fees? $24 fees? For cashing out with Payoneer your 6 times?
What is the dollar difference in Payoneer and PayPal? Unless it is a huge significance, I
would suggest cashing out with Payoneer.

21/10/2019 - $17.20 earned ! » Post #3

Tue Oct 22, 2019 06:23 in Success Stories

I think that's interesting.

Yesterday I could not get diddly. I did a 2 cent offer and then late that night, I
managed to get a survey for .48 cents. The surveys were extremely bad for me
yesterday....it was like a Sunday. :lol:

PS. How much would u lose if u cashed out by way of Payoneer?

proadco do not tell Darkstar....tasman1 » Post #10

Tue Oct 22, 2019 06:19 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Darkstar ..... yes I was doing ok under CS , but not here

First month was not to bad but think it was leftover from CS and then started going down every week , Octobar will be max 45.00 compared 110-120.00 at CS and still going more down

Did see posts from some Australians and it is same story as mine , why , have no idea, but have N , earning there is instant and good so I do not worry much

Here it is all about some surveys that I can find only here so I will continue to come here AND READ PROADCO POSTS that we can find here only :lol: :lol:

Well then, you're very hard up for a read.

Błędnie podany nr telefonu do wypłaty z Paypal » Post #2

Sun Oct 20, 2019 20:13 in Polish

Submit a support ticket.


prześlij zgłoszenie do pomocy technicznej

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #13

Fri Oct 18, 2019 16:18 in General Talk

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #12

Fri Oct 18, 2019 16:16 in General Talk

zegon wrote:
valerie wrote: Not sure why it was locked.

I unlocked it.

Some times I might lock a thread if it gets real long so that another can start.
However, I don't know if I locked it or if someone else did.

Okay , but it is still locked ... !!

Or you want us to continue to post music in this new thread instead and not in the one we had before then ??

Thinking of posting a Phil Collins song for you'r help … because if i remember right now , then you love him ( LOL )

That's odd, I unlocked it.

Ghost on forum! Ghost on forum! Ghost on forum! YIKES!

I unlocked it again just now. I don't care which one/topic you want to use.

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #4

Fri Oct 18, 2019 12:42 in General Talk

Not sure why it was locked.

I unlocked it.

Some times I might lock a thread if it gets real long so that another can start.
However, I don't know if I locked it or if someone else did.

Welcome Aboard! Getting Started with ySense. » Post #494

Thu Oct 17, 2019 16:32 in Member Introduction

dannjammal wrote: Hi welcome all I am a newbie here but not too the survey game in general.

When I join a new survey site I like to get a cashout as soon as possible firstly to make sure the site actually pays out before I invest too much time and effort and secondly to test the time of payment withdrawal/gift card arrival.

I would like to ask a question to the people who have been here already.

It states that unless red flagged most surveys are instant credited but how long roughly does it take to credit a non red flagged survey?

Thanks in advance and happy clicking.

Approximately 3 days give or take.

When and how will I get paid (Cashout)? – ySense
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