Don't wish to do either... Not for ySense.
I don't earn from ySense. So no loss there,
I have been transferring earnings from HideOutTV and LootTV to ySense for weeks not knowing I was giving it away.
Now I transfer somewhere else...
I just logged in to do a last cash out and close my account before New Years, that's when I found out.
First it was a failed phone verification.
tasman1 wrote: Did not read it
Any respected survey company?
ha ha ha ha ha , thanks for nice joke ha
Darkstar2 wrote: Yes read it, and it's still there for reading for those who did not read it. I do not know why there is much fuss over it, could it be people are misunderstanding it ? Your information is already being shared all over the internet. Just the fact you use tasks, offers and surveys, your data is already being shared and monetized, how do you think those networks exist, they do not just make money on survey completes. As far as ClixSense, I trust the site and owner. It would not be any different if you used any other GPT site or crowd sourcing site. In fact by using social media, facebook, e-mail, anything online, your data is being collected, used and shared, for the most part there is nothing to fear, most of the sites collect aggregated data, but sites where you expose your information like your legal name, address, date of birth, that's the problem, but there again some GPT sites require this information to protect against fraud, though I have never provided real DOB info to e-mail and social media, just different by subtle digits, nothing big, people who put their whole life story online and on social media should not complain about privacy, there is no privacy online.
As far as the transition clause, it does say IN THE EVENT, it does not specifically state there is a transition, but somehow I wonder if all of this and the timing is related to the sudden and abrupt rate drops across the offers and surveys, it would be nice to have some answers from CS, as these drops will have a huge impact on earnings, particularly for those who are more active and earn more, it's all about volume, even subtle drops can translate to 2-3 figures less monthly.
So I accepted, I mean I already get disturbed by telemarketers on a regular basis and get spam by e-mail, none of which is coming from this site I am sure, so no big deal here, privacy is a myth, and as long as you are using the internet, and worse, using e-mail, social media, free services online, that notion of privacy goes out the window. Any company can write they will not disclose your info or keep it confidential, then 5 years later you hear about company x was hacked and millions of account were stolen....... Banks, credit cards, government agencies, millions of private, confidential information were stolen, so yeah privacy my arse, soon we will have to use microchip implanted in our skin, refer to the mark of the beast, revelations
wildbillhickok wrote: I superficially read it...
But companies gather so much information about us nowadays that I didn't give too much attetion to it.
Each time we take a survey we give our information away, There is always a "policy privacy terms" there. In my opinion, they just gather general information without individualizing the person.
My way of dealing with privacy issues is controlling my input of personal information.
I read the new addition, Mandatory "Accept or Decline", As with any reputable site.
I tried to decline.
Surprised no one commented about it.
Thoughts and Poll.
I read it,you say you tried to decline,but accepted it to continue using your account on clixsene.