Darkstar2 wrote:Lunablue wrote: Skrill would be ok too. Wish they'd lower the amount requirements for paypal though. $25 is a bit ridiculous.
It's $10 here and they did announce it to be $10, I don't know why it is still showing $25 for US members though, but I agree, minimum limits should be the same for all as it was on old site.
This is one thing that lacks big time here, effective communication - they announce something that is fixed and move on to the next issue, but they seem quiet and not acknowledging complaints about the issue NOT being resolved yet, until a flood complaints show up and then eventually they address it, and sometimes it is just remaining an issue......
$25 minimum is indeed high for a GPT site, though it's not uncommon to see much higher on direct survey panels, but this is not a direct panel, so I think $10 minimum should be for ALL.
Mine does show $10 minimum.
sp1915 wrote: Consider yourself lucky proadco. I don't do tasks or surveys either and I can't even do the coupon deal because I don't have a printer.
valerie wrote: @Darkstar2. The gift card denominations are approved by way of those companies.....
Walmart, Amazon, etc. They use whole numbers.
Darkstar2 wrote:S_Abbott wrote:
Believe me, in 2007 (when CS new) we were warned not to join. And the originators of CS were some of the worst scammers online back in the day.
I remember those warnings - I think you are referring to the payment processor Stormpay But regardless of original owner's skeletons, CS turned out fine.
Yep, when the originals got busted by the Feds, CS turned out much better (for a while..too many assurances and promises not met kind of turned me off).
I did NOT join ySense. That was taken out of my hands. I have money in my account from ClixSense. Stagnating. As U.S. members are constantly being blown off with bogus answers about cashouts. And people trying to guilt us into silence.
I joined cash back sites for both cash and gift cards.
This is my own personal honest answer, maybe too much so, but it should count for something.
Really you mean to say U.S. members cannot cash out still ????
I've seen other U.S. members saying they cannot cashout in smaller denominations that we asked for and were assured we'd have. And I keep checking my cashout area, $25 and up are the only options. And still no SITE ADMIN answers.
As far as the guilt you into silence I know what you mean ..........
Darkstar2 wrote:sp1915 wrote: I think you need to do more than sign in to keep your account active.
Any Account that has not been logged into and points either earned or redeemed for one year or more may be deemed inactive and the Account closed. In such instances, to request Account reactivation (subject to such terms, limitations and requirements as we may impose from time to time) you may reach us by using the “Contact Us”, “Contact Member Services” or similar contact link in the footer of any of the Prodege Sites. We may modify our inactive Account rules and policies in our Rewards Programs from time to time, and if your Account becomes inactive pursuant to such then-current rules or policies, we may close your Account, without any compensation or further obligation to you.
These terms in the legal sense are moot - they seem to apply to sites which uses points - this sites uses USD currency $. So basically if someone cannot earn at least 1 cent in 1 year they would be removed from the site. Now let's calculate the odds that this happen to an active member, so this policy would not hurt anybody in the end because if in 1 year you have not earned 1 cent, then either you did not work at all or the site is not meant for you. There may be cases where someone needs to be inactive for that amount time but it's likely rare - With the video offers, tasks, offers, etc, it would be hard not to earn 1 cent in 1 year
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22 Mar 2019 09:59 pm
Does this mean if you go through a sale or merger, etc. that you will not inform members BEFOREHAND?
In the event ClixSense goes through a business transition, such as a merger, consolidation, restructuring, acquisition by another company, sale or assignment of rights or assets or a portion thereof, or other company change, we may transfer users’ information, including Personal Information, and other collected business data in connection with that business transition (e.g., to a subsequent owner, co-owner, or operator of ClixSense and Features, or any affiliates and trusted agents, service providers, or partners of the foregoing), including during the course of any due diligence process.
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23 Mar 2019 10:16 am
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Hello Susan, no it means if we go through a sale, merger, asset buyout etc. that your information can be transferred to a new company. And, in the event this happens you would have the option to remove your data from this new company if you wish. Because of the recent GDPR regulations in Europe we had to completely rewrite our privacy and information security policies to cover all aspects of business operation. This includes the sale of the company, sale of assets, going out of business and the sharing of your personal information. Even though the US does not have strict privacy laws like Europe (yet), we expect this to happen within the next year and we believe we will be in compliance with the new regulations without having to have these policies rewritten again.
This update came from our attorneys as they said we missed this statement on the original update back in May of 2018.
Sorry for the long reply, I just wanted you to understand what this all meant.
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