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ClixSense ad promotes cheating by using script to

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#1 by jjohnson777 » Wed May 09, 2012 15:19

ClixSense ad promotes cheating by using script to speed up timers

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Which is pretty good until read following:
3- Cheat Engine (Earn Faster)
Cheat Engine is a software which can change the speed of time counter of
PTC sites and make time counter faster to save your time of visiting ads.

Now why would ClixSense allow selling of ebook for cheating tool.

The day before they promoted (and it there again today)
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Which just had 1 page ebook to contact them for tool. The tool just link to worthless downline builder.
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I will be disputing both charges. First one as I do not want to cheat to earn money on moral and ethical grounds. Second, as it did not "shows you step-by-step how to get tons of direct referrals for any PTC site" as it only lets you use tool on his mostly too good to be true ptc sites (4 sites) which I know owners and know they do not pay the promised money.
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#2 by valerie » Wed May 09, 2012 15:34

Well if you are saying you saw those ads in the ptc area of ClixSense, it could be that ClixSense simply did
not realize what they were promoting. There are many various people out there promoting things that
promise to help people get referrals or help with their ads or help with their promotions, etc. I'd say CS
simply did not read every single word on the site and does not know what they entail.

Of course, another reason might be they simply did not realize anyone would be so stupid as to buy it.
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#3 by jjohnson777 » Wed May 09, 2012 17:21

Why was my topic changed I spent hour writing it to have it butchered to warn others those two products were garbage?
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#4 by sp1915 » Wed May 09, 2012 17:47

As for the topic, three words were omitted at the end so perhaps it was too long? The links were edited out because they are not allowed on the forum.
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#5 by jjohnson777 » Wed May 09, 2012 18:53

No where in rules does it say links not allowed
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#6 by H3ATH3R_ » Wed May 09, 2012 19:34

jjohnson777 wrote: No where in rules does it say links not allowed



He is correct no where in the forum rules does it say no links:

Forum Rules | ClixSense Forum

The only thing I see that has even a little bit to do with that is this:

8. The moderators reserve the right to remove objectionable content, within a reasonable time frame, if they determine that removal is necessary. This is a manual process, however, please realize that they may not be able to remove or edit particular messages immediately.

But if it is not someone advertising to get themselves referrals and so on then the links should be allowed...correct?

I am asking because I am also wondering about this because there is no clear answer to this in the forum rules.

For those who may be wondering here are the names of the items (in order) that jjohnson777 was discussing against in his post above:



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#7 by Eddie267 » Wed May 09, 2012 20:21

Next time I will just remove the direct link and leave the text like H3ATH3R_ has provided.

To me this topic was giving free publicity to the websites being directly linked.

[2. Spam, flooding, advertisements and solicitations are forbidden.]
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#8 by sp1915 » Wed May 09, 2012 20:25

You can say the name of a program in a forum post without adding a link to the site. No advertising links, whether it is a good program or garbage. Many threads have been closed because members keep wanting to discuss alleged scams here.

We do allow links to established/authority/reference websites like wikipedia, google, etc), unless of course they are advertising something as well. We need to use our better judgement.

If you are viewing ads and feel the an advertisers website should be removed from viewing, just click on the "report" button on the right hand side of the window and bring it to the Admins attention.
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#9 by H3ATH3R_ » Wed May 09, 2012 20:27

I see what you are saying Eddie and I thought to myself that there is always the chance someone else may click them and think they may be ok or work for them and end up in the same situation as the poster which no one wants.

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#10 by sp1915 » Wed May 09, 2012 20:27

We have discussed the topic of links in a private forum and the mods here back Admin 100% of what he doesn't want on the forum.
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#11 by Eddie267 » Wed May 09, 2012 20:31

H3ATH3R_ wrote: I see what you are saying Eddie and I thought to myself that there is always the chance someone else may click them and think they may be ok or work for them and end up in the same situation as the poster which no one wants.

Heather
You hit the nail on the head
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#12 by valerie » Wed May 09, 2012 21:27

Here's the jest of it...

Admin of ClixSense has stated that NO links of ANY kind are allowed.

However, it has come down to moderators judgement.

And actually, I should have edited those links out of his post, but had my mind on several things at the time
and did not think to do so.

As a norm, if someone is posting a link to a music video on youtube or something funny or a news article,
we allow it.

But here is the thing about those programs he posted, in all fairness, it is HIS opinion. From what I saw
briefly, it is sites asking a few bucks. It's not JJohnson or any member here, place to call something a
scam at these forums. IF a member has an issue with an ad, they should contact support, personally
thru the Help Desk.

Every Tom, Dick, and Harry, can't be coming in here calling advertisers ads, scams. And just because
one member does not like it or feels he did not get what he paid for, does not mean another member
feels the same way.

If you see an ad that is inappropriate in any way, don't come into these forums posting about it. That
is what the support system is, to professional contact admin and let them know what you saw.

I've removed the program names from your post, Heather.
And I will privately display them to admins. It's not right to defragment a program on these forums as
none of us have a right to do so here, when an advertiser paid money to advertise it.

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#13 by sajeevking » Wed May 09, 2012 23:30

Moderators are talking about rules links in the topic

anyhow i would come to the topic
jjohnson777 thanks for the head up i was always confused whether people usually buy this ebooks and gain thousands of referrals as they show in that ads....well you surely have saved me

i also saw a clixsense member or someone using that clixsense member account summary image to promote clixsense referral builder books well haven't thought of buying it but did those work. I guess not, Only people who would buy such ebooks loose there money and those who are selling it earns a lots.
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#14 by jjohnson777 » Thu May 10, 2012 03:53

sp1915 wrote: We have discussed the topic of links in a private forum and the mods here back Admin 100% of what he doesn't want on the forum.

Well than needs to be put in forum rules as it is not now.
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