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I'm bummed. Internet not working on laptop again. » Post #2

Sun Apr 01, 2018 04:59 in General Talk

Hi again Micshad.

Have you tried an unexpected reboot? (Just kidding) :D

From what i can understand Xnfinity (Comcast) might not have the best signals in your area.

Have you tried a Mobile-broadband solution? (A 4G connection perhaps?)

If you only do Clixsense stuff and light internet surfing, 3G should be sufficient.

Help Wanted » Post #2

Sun Apr 01, 2018 04:47 in General Talk

When i had to verify my Skrill account, They withdrew a small amount from it.

Then i had to write that exact amount to verify my account, Their terms are pretty vague and from what i can determine they will require more validation once you have withdrawn a certain amount to your bank account.

They have been very reliable in my case (Can only complain about their high fees), Last time it only took 3 days to transfer them from Clixsense to my bank (I was quite surprised actually).

You can also make use of Clixsense's new payment system through Transferwise, Give Clixsense your IBAN from your bank and Clixsense will use their TW account to transfer them to your bank-account.

That's what i'm going to do :thumbup:

mail from Payza » Post #24

Sat Mar 24, 2018 17:34 in General Talk

leftclick wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
supadupa wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
supadupa wrote: You don't need to make an account there, if you only want to receive money.
Clixsense only needs your IBAN account number. ;)

Thank's for your answer, The little part about not recommended to open an account at the moment, Must have slipped my dreary eyes.

What TW and many other processors ask for is simply insane, Any scammer would be in their 7th heaven :mrgreen:

You only need to open an account if you want to send money around the world with Transferwise . For instance if you want to send tasman1 money. :)

So i don't have to verify it or??

I just need to sign up and give Clixsense my bank account details? :)


Giving Tas money (Are you insane), He would probably waste them on herbal cigarettes, Chocolate and gifts for blond women. :D

No need to sign up. Just give clixsense your bank details and clixsense will send you money via their transferwise account. Transferwise just sends money to any supported country bank account. It's a great easy service for businesses like clixsense to handle mass payments without having it's users to open and verify accounts unlike PayPal and payza and payoneer.

Nice nice, Great service :thumbup:

mail from Payza » Post #18

Sat Mar 24, 2018 08:15 in General Talk

supadupa wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
supadupa wrote: You don't need to make an account there, if you only want to receive money.
Clixsense only needs your IBAN account number. ;)

Thank's for your answer, The little part about not recommended to open an account at the moment, Must have slipped my dreary eyes.

What TW and many other processors ask for is simply insane, Any scammer would be in their 7th heaven :mrgreen:

You only need to open an account if you want to send money around the world with Transferwise . For instance if you want to send tasman1 money. :)

So i don't have to verify it or??

I just need to sign up and give Clixsense my bank account details? :)


Giving Tas money (Are you insane), He would probably waste them on herbal cigarettes, Chocolate and gifts for blond women. :D

mail from Payza » Post #16

Sat Mar 24, 2018 07:17 in General Talk

supadupa wrote: You don't need to make an account there, if you only want to receive money.
Clixsense only needs your IBAN account number. ;)

Thank's for your answer, The little part about not recommended to open an account at the moment, Must have slipped my dreary eyes.

What TW and many other processors ask for is simply insane, Any scammer would be in their 7th heaven :mrgreen:

mail from Payza » Post #14

Sat Mar 24, 2018 06:02 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
Nikorj wrote: This sound very very good.

So it cost me 4,40 DKK to withdraw my money from Transferwise to my bank account (Bye bye Skrill).

And the conversion fees are 0,35% am i right?.

:thumbup:




yep it is good one , I opened it and verify acc in less than 5 min

It sure seemed easy UNTIL


PLEASE UPLOAD A COPY OF YOUR PASSPORT/IDENTITY CARD OR YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE.


Now i'm stuck again with my moral issues.

Did you know The CLOUD Act passed » Post #7

Sat Mar 24, 2018 05:03 in General Talk

Don't buy a smartphone.

Only use Linux Tails.

Only use Tor browser.

Buy a vpn.

Don't use any GPS.

Only use "Hard cash".

Quit Facebook.

Go incognito in Google chrome (It really works) :mrgreen:

Buy a tin foil hat (Or two), For an extra layer of protection.


Make Tor and Linux more user-friendly and trendy, If you ever want the young generation to use them.

mail from Payza » Post #12

Sat Mar 24, 2018 04:13 in General Talk

This sound very very good.

So it cost me 4,40 DKK to withdraw my money from Transferwise to my bank account (Bye bye Skrill).

And the conversion fees are 0,35% am i right?.

:thumbup:

Very bad news and big blow to the PTC industry » Post #29

Thu Mar 22, 2018 10:57 in General Talk

topgear_1 wrote: Payza never asked for Passport at-least not for me only had to provide PAN card which is a must for any kind of account opening in a financial service in India. Just made my withdrawal request from payza yesterday and I'm positive about getting it.

Good for you.

I couldn't verify my Payza account because they demanded (Nearly) all my personal info including my social security number, At least Skrill haven't done so yet (Wouldn't be suprised if they did).

It's funny how people are always "IT DIDN'T HAPPEN TO ME", In which they assume it's including everyone else.

It's the same with Skrill, Man!!! Do they have bad reviews. But they haven't screwed me over yet or demanded any personal info at all (Was very hesitant using them in the first place).

So far transfers have been quick and reliable.

Clixsense with Adword » Post #9

Thu Mar 22, 2018 05:39 in General Talk

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) .

Very bad news and big blow to the PTC industry » Post #27

Thu Mar 22, 2018 05:13 in General Talk

And suddenly Skrill's high fees don't seem that bad anyway.

The reason i've never signed up with payza, Was their ridicoulous demands of foto-copying my passport and send it to them, Guess i should be glad i didn't.

Sorry to all of you who lost your money (Hopefully it's only temporarily).

Rip Toys r us is bankrupt » Post #6

Mon Mar 19, 2018 04:02 in General Talk

You can really feel how the online-shopping is taking more and more over.

Most of the big chains in Copenhagen has very little on stock and it's a bit irritating and boring at times, I don't mind shopping online but there's still something about being there physically gawking at their different products.

Last time i went down to one of the big electronic-chains 80% of their smartphones were sold out, Their display of smartphones looked big and nice, But most of them were only for display.

You can't even order specific item home anymore, I think they only order a very limited supply home every month or just leave it to the online part of the business.

Copenhagen, Lots of stores, But there's really not much in them.

very bad clixsense weekend » Post #7

Mon Mar 19, 2018 03:39 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
mimi19755 wrote: Same for me !



Maybe you two are twins ? one is never sure

Metoo

very bad clixsense weekend » Post #4

Mon Mar 19, 2018 03:23 in General Talk

charmoeren wrote: saturday = $0.00

sunday = $0.00

Keep working Charmøren (We live in the same country) :mrgreen:

So far i've already made $9.52 this month.

Sorry couldnt resist .


Yes there's been a huge lack of surveys recently, had 2 super days that changed my balance from $1.33 to $9.52 :thumbup:

Laptop Makes me go Hm-m-m-m » Post #6

Sat Mar 10, 2018 03:38 in General Talk

Ha ha ha, Hope he didn't charge you a lot for his time.

It's the golden rule in the IT world. "Have you tried turning it off and on again" ;)

Laptop Makes me go Hm-m-m-m » Post #4

Thu Mar 08, 2018 11:59 in General Talk

Hi again.

I don't know much about Xinfinity or their services and can't really do much to help if the problem is on their side, But there's a few thing's you could troubleshoot to get it working.

You can toogle wi-fi on and off in windows, So maybe it's because it's turned off.

In the Windows 10 desktop click on the wifi icon in the system tray (The bottom pane to the right) It should give you 2 options Wifi and airplane, Just click on wi-fi and turn it on.

If there's no Wi-fi icon in the system tray, Go to the desktop and click on settings in the start menu, Then click on Networks and internet, select wifi in the left pane, Scroll down and click on change adapter options, Right click on wifi and select enable.

Here's a useful link on it How to turn on WiFi in Windows 10 - Tech Advisor Yep i'm back on win 7 and can post links ( :? )

It could also be your router that needs a reset, It's quite easy really

Most routers should have a reset button which restarts the modem, Press it and see if the connection comes back.

Or, You could just switch it off/Or cut off the power to it. Wait 3-5 minutes before turning it on again and see if the connection comes back.

Qualifying survey... » Post #11

Thu Mar 08, 2018 08:17 in General Talk

Andy207 wrote: UM how about not Lie, and just go through the surveys. Sometimes you get bumped, and I deal with it every time I am on here.

I like this site, especially since they are the only ones who actually give you a chance to get a check without mistakes.

You cannot lie on here, and if you do: then you should be band for lying about it all.

It's a sarcastic comment.

Have you recently bathed in ketchup?? You did bathe in ketchup, Right??

Now you need to lie if you don't want to be disqualified :mrgreen:

Laptop Makes me go Hm-m-m-m » Post #2

Wed Mar 07, 2018 19:02 in General Talk

Hi Micshad, Didn't see your topic before i posted in your other one about your pc issues.

So here goes (Hooray for copy and paste)

If you have the win 10 installation cd, you can reinstall windows just by putting it in the disc tray before you turn on your pc (it will uninstall and reinstall windows and guide you through it)


There's also other options (of course)

1. Go to the desktop and click on the settings icon
2. Select the update and security option.
3. Choose recovery in the left pane and click on "Get started"
4. Choose between keep my files or remove everything.
5. Choose between just remove my files or remove files and clean the drives (I think you should just choose "just remove my files), If you want to be certain that everything is deleted (Choose the other option) it can easily take several hours.Then click on next, Continue and at last RESET. It should fix windows.

If your laptop comes with win 10 pre-installed (And no installation disc) there's almost always a restore to factory setting option but it differs from which manufactor you bought it from.

If it's Hp i think it's F11 on your keyboard, Do this : turn on your pc and keep tapping F11 while it boots. Instead of going into windows it should take you directly to the recovery screen in the boot menu (There you will find the factory reset option).

If your laptop is from Acer i think it's F8, Just do as mentioned above.

For some weird reason Clixsense won't allow me to post links on win 10, My other laptop with win 7 has no issues ( will try to work it out)

Laptop Acting Up again » Post #2

Wed Mar 07, 2018 18:44 in General Talk

If you have the win 10 installation cd, you can reinstall windows just by putting it in the disc tray before you turn on your pc (it will uninstall and reinstall windows and guide you through it)


There's also other options (of course)

1. Go to the desktop and click on the settings icon
2. Select the update and security option.
3. Choose recovery in the left pane and click on "Get started"
4. Choose between keep my files or remove everything.
5. Choose between just remove my files or remove files and clean the drives (I think you should just choose "just remove my files), If you want to be certain that everything is deleted (Choose the other option) it can easily take several hours.Then click on next, Continue and at last RESET. It should fix windows.

If your laptop comes with win 10 pre-installed (And no installation disc) there's almost always a restore to factory setting option but it differs from which manufactor you bought it from.

If it's Hp i think it's F11 on your keyboard, Do this : turn on your pc and keep tapping F11 while it boots. Instead of going into windows it should take you directly to the recovery screen in the boot menu (There you will find the factory reset option).

If your laptop is from Acer i think it's F8, Just do as mentioned above.

Qualifying survey... » Post #9

Wed Mar 07, 2018 06:17 in General Talk

Sometimes you should just LIE!
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