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Not able to change my email id » Post #15

Thu Aug 22, 2019 15:53 in General Talk

Malhar20 wrote: Got a reply on my ticket from brian, seems they are not reading the complaints properly. I had informed them that i have forgot my email password, he has asked me to reset the ysense password thru forgot password link on sign-in page.

You may be correct but I am guessing you did not make yourself clear. That is often the
problem with member complaints. You have to give EXACT information. They cannot
read the minds nor do they have crystal balls.

Prodege Earns More When You Shop » Post #14

Thu Aug 22, 2019 15:50 in General Talk

@proadco YES I caught that 'BIG CRUMBS'. :roll:

Prodege Earns More When You Shop » Post #13

Thu Aug 22, 2019 15:49 in General Talk

I would guess that a large number of members here are not in the USA, UK, or Canada.
Therefore I would have to guess that most members here prefer cash over any other method.
Many of them cannot shop online even if they wanted to.....be too expensive for starters.

A very large percentage, I would also guess, need their money to pay their regular monthly
bills. Whether that be paying their rent or mortgage, gas and/or electric, water/sewage/trash.

I wouldn't dare call someone addicted to shopping online just because they do make purchases
online. That's like calling someone addicted to shopping offline simply because they go buy
groceries.

POLL_ Are you here for CASH or for Gift Cards ? » Post #22

Thu Aug 22, 2019 15:37 in General Talk

How do you know what my portfolio looks like or what I did with my money or do with my money?

You don't.

POLL_ Are you here for CASH or for Gift Cards ? » Post #21

Thu Aug 22, 2019 15:36 in General Talk

@Darkstar2 and on a second note....you should know as well as I do, cash is almost obsolete
AND it won't be long and it will be totally obsolete.

Every where you turn in the USA, they are trying to get more and more people on the mobile
band wagon. Pay with your mobile phone.

Paper is almost gone. Chips already planted into cards. Now they are placing chips in people.

POLL_ Are you here for CASH or for Gift Cards ? » Post #18

Thu Aug 22, 2019 15:31 in General Talk

@Darkstar2. The gift card denominations are approved by way of those companies.....
Walmart, Amazon, etc. They use whole numbers.

POLL_ Are you here for CASH or for Gift Cards ? » Post #16

Thu Aug 22, 2019 15:23 in General Talk

Physical gift cards can be used by children and adults alike.

However, what we have online is mostly virtual/digital gift codes, often referred to as gift cards.

Some gift codes can actually be printed out and taken to the store and applied to purchases.
Others are mostly utilized online. Most famous is walmart and amazon.

I purchase products often at both Walmart and amazon. I am going to make those purchases
anyway whether I have a gift code or not. I am certainly not the only one as shopping online
is very BIG business and each year it increases.

It may save people not only time but also money.

There are several items I frequently buy online that saves me time and money.

I don't need to leave my house to buy dog food, toilet paper, and other daily necessities. I
save money on some of those products because they are cheaper online. I make money
on some of those products because I go through one or more cash back programs.

There's nothing wrong with getting cash and no one says there is. There's also nothing
wrong with getting gift cards/codes and I don't why anyone would say there is.

I've received over $40,000 in cash back since I have been online. Call me a child if
you want, I happen to know what I am doing.

ySense Rank on Alexa Climbing » Post #30

Thu Aug 22, 2019 14:14 in General Talk

I didn't want it any more.

POLL_ Are you here for CASH or for Gift Cards ? » Post #13

Thu Aug 22, 2019 14:06 in General Talk

proadco wrote:
valerie wrote: Of course you disagree with me. I would not have doubted that for a minute.

My vote with DarkStar on this one :mrgreen:

Bahhh hum bug!

ySense Rank on Alexa Climbing » Post #28

Thu Aug 22, 2019 14:05 in General Talk

Actually more than ten bucks. Now most domains are running about $17 a year.

The only reason I chose that domain to begin with was for the first word. At
the time I was having a pond dug or had recently had a pond dug. Throw in
some frogs and it worked out.

I don't know if anyone would have gave me $500 bucks for it or not. They
were probably typing in the word 'marketing' like I was and having a difficult
time finding a second name. I am happy someone is continuing ...............
my legacy. haha :lol:

POLL_ Are you here for CASH or for Gift Cards ? » Post #11

Thu Aug 22, 2019 14:02 in General Talk

Of course you disagree with me. I would not have doubted that for a minute.

Prodege Earns More When You Shop » Post #11

Thu Aug 22, 2019 14:00 in General Talk

I don't call paper napkins, toilet paper, butt wipes, dog food, shelf food staples, yard sale items.

Kiss my other foot, NOproadco.

The slow death of ClixSense.com » Post #30

Thu Aug 22, 2019 13:58 in General Talk

I'm cashing out at ySense frequently due to my 'addictive shopping' behavior (so says NOproadco).

ySense Rank on Alexa Climbing » Post #26

Thu Aug 22, 2019 13:55 in General Talk

I didn't care. I got rid of several at the same time.

Prodege Earns More When You Shop » Post #9

Thu Aug 22, 2019 13:50 in General Talk

Kiss my foot, NOproadco!

ySense Rank on Alexa Climbing » Post #24

Thu Aug 22, 2019 13:49 in General Talk

FTC FTC FTC's tail. It was not a huge deal in regards to the order. He is certainly
not the only one that has happen to and won't be the last any time soon. I would
in fact call that a corner cut.

The point is, some times people like to keep their domain. I kept the MarketingPond
domain for years. I have some domain names I have never used.

Also, who know what type of advertising or other sites he might have out there that
he may redirect traffic thru that domain else where or even here.

change email address » Post #17

Thu Aug 22, 2019 13:44 in General Talk

I dunno. I thought maybe it had to do with the PayPal rules in regards to their locale.

Some don't have access to their old email account and they would need that if they
are going to change or add. PayPal does send a confirm to the main address on file
and to the new address.

ySense Rank on Alexa Climbing » Post #22

Thu Aug 22, 2019 13:41 in General Talk

What difference does it make? Who cares? What's the big deal? When was the last flood?

It could be many reasons. Perhaps even the placement of the Y on the keyboard.
Simple to type. Maybe Jim wanted to keep the domain name 'ClixSense'.

Old Clixsense Tools are no more » Post #6

Thu Aug 22, 2019 13:37 in General Talk

I guess it is just common sense to me.

Common sense they did not choose to keep the same programming
due to perhaps their own servers or the way they go through their
own databases. So obviously it takes time to do programming.

I would think their main concern is focuses on programming and
getting everything squared away BEFORE they go into web design.

Also, in regards to your quote, I'm not so sure I would call marketing
tools a program feature, but perhaps.

Anyway, I don't know and I don't care. There is plenty of free places
online to get a banner.

ySense Rank on Alexa Climbing » Post #20

Thu Aug 22, 2019 13:30 in General Talk

To me, the answer is simple.

Easy to code and probably standard cost.
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