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Can I cash check instead of deposit at some store? » Post #5

Today, 00:25 in Payment Processor Support

datdork wrote: Instead of depositing it... Is it possible to go to a bank or some store to cash it instead? To those who do? Thanks.

It depends on the bank and the account holder.

If the person has a bank account and thousands of dollars in his account, the bank isn't going to blink an eye to cash a legitimate check of a few hundred dollars.

Most stores are not going to cash a two party check.

Members of Clixsense » Post #9

Yesterday, 16:07 in General Talk

I'll tell you how old I am.

I am so old I got a spanking when I was a kid from dropping a plastic pearl in the green Prell shampoo bottle.

I am so old I remember Hamms sparkling beer commercial.

I am so old Im still trying to come up to Marlboro country.

I am so old that when I get a headache, it's like two goats butting heads.

I am so old I remember buying 'Jays' potato chips for $0.05 a snack size bag in school.

I am so old I remember McDonalds long long long before they had drive up windows.

I am so old I remember trading in my A&P stamps for merchandise.

I am so old I remember the famous attraction at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry:
talking to your friend on a phone and seeing your friend on a fuzzy tv screen.

Did I call myself? Stupid » Post #4

Yesterday, 15:57 in General Talk

Bob is 7 years older than I. He's an old carpenter by trade and doesn't know much about the
computer nor internet nor Facebook, not any of that.

I taught Bob how to use yahoo email, some years ago. He still gets confused about it.

When Bob receives spam, he gets excited. It depends on the message he receives in
regards to his level of excitement. You really wouldn't want to hear any of his excitement.
I have to cover my ears while I laugh my you know what off.

The other day he received a phone call on his cell that was similar to the all too famous
Nigerian email scam. He played along with it and I kept telling him to hang up. Finally
he told the guy he would send him a check for $50,000 in exchange for the 60 million
as soon as he finished wiping the bullshxt off his axx. Then he hung up.

Thats Bob.

Radio loyalty » Post #2

Yesterday, 15:44 in General Support

There are usually issues with RadioLoyalty. There's not really anything you can do
but wait a few days and try again. I do suggest cleaning out your computer.....
clearing cache, history, etc. Then wait a few days. Keep an eye on the offers
forum category here and see what others are doing, if others are posting it is working
for them.

Can I cash check instead of deposit at some store? » Post #2

Yesterday, 15:35 in Payment Processor Support

Im not exactly sure what your question is.

If you don't have a bank account, you can sign the back of the check.
Then give it to your dad. Your dad will also need to sign the check.
Your dad can then cash it at the bank.

Not sure why you or your dad would think it suspicious. The bank
information is on the check.

WOW Did I mess up!!!!! » Post #21

Yesterday, 03:18 in General Talk

Don't feel bad, you're not alone.

Last year I paid my monthly trash bill that is $18.00.
At the same time I paid my monthly electric bill.
Same as you, online bill pay.

I paid the correct amounts but incorrect order.
The trash company was a bit tickled by it. It was a few weeks before I received it back.
They have to go thru the county clerk treasure or some such.

Must be something to do with being young. :P

i just completed 10000 task » Post #17

Sat Dec 20, 2014 16:19 in Tasks

Good Golly Miss Molly!

Congrats!

Am I the only one who hasn't received their check? » Post #21

Sat Dec 20, 2014 16:10 in Payment Processor Support

Allow me to shine a little light.

First I will say for most of my years at ClixSense, which has been since Feb of 2007, I have
received check as my payout option. I am in the state of TN. Never, not even once, has the
check been lost or misplaced. There have been times when the check was later than other times
but that was simply due to holidays, Sundays, various weather events. I can't even recall one
single time in which there was an actual issue on ClixSense part for check delay....I'm not saying
there hasn't been, but I sure can't recall any. There was the time this year when ClixSense
moved to NC but I don't think that cause any check delays. I've been receiving by paypal this
year simply because there is a lot of shopping I do thru online walmart and so, I normally spend
my CS funds there for groceries or whatever. THIS IS the only time that I have read about a
check delay like this.

Now to shine a little light about the scamster industry over seas......if you will.....

There is a little something called NETWORK. Do you really know what NETWORK means?

The following is an example of a NETWORK:

Paul, John, Mary, Susan are all brothers and sisters.....siblings.
Paul says to the others, I know how we can make a lot of money.
Paul goes and buys a cheap PTC script and then he has the others
do the same......

Paul-MyPTC
John-GOMOPTC
Mary-ABCDPTC
Susan-USABDPTC

Paul, John, Mary, and Susan, all live in Nigeria.

When Paul launches his PTC, he tells everyone how great his siblings PTC are, but keep
in mind, NONE of the siblings allow their following to know they have siblings. They're
simply telling their followings how honest, wonderful, fast to pay, great and dandy the
other PTC's are.

When one of the siblings PTC becomes low on funds, the others jump in to carry over
that PTC until they can get enough funds flowing back into the low funder.

In essence, what Paul, John, Mary, and Susan are doing, is running a NETWORK.

John's PTC runs so low on funds, that finally the network says, lets run a big scam ad,
gettem to buy in, then we cut it loose! Ok so they run a big ad deal and a big upgrade
deal and it works......several members upgrade and several advertisers buy ads......and
then the PTC does not pay its members. The PTC then disappears.

One down, three to go.

No one is the wiser. Members in the other PTC are still feeding those PTC's. They have
0 knowledge that the PTC that just ripped everyone off, was in a scamster network.

After some months, another one of the scamster networks fails. Then another.

One left.

The one that is left, is doing mighty good but it is now having issues. Not enough money
flow. He decides to build the network again but he needs more reliability. So he locates
a person in the USA to set up a postal address with a post office in California.

STOP!...............I won't go any further than that.

My point is, if you want to join a scam PTC that is running a network, go for it. You might
get paid and you might not. In fact, you might get paid several times before you're ripped
off.

ClixSense is PROVEN in legitimacy, honesty, and longevity. I have never ever known them
not to pay. In fact, they are mighty generous when it comes to refunding when they don't
even have to.

The reason why they had to implement the first time check to those in NAmerica is due to
scamsters and scamster networks. Whether you like it or not, this is to protect YOU and
protect the money YOU worked hard to earn.

So they had a bad machine which caused a delay. I guess they never thought people would
be that concerned they'd holler scam and get all mad.

In regards to time frame of your cash out. Well that is up to you. Whenever I choose check,
I always cash out at the time I want to and I don't blame ClixSense because I cashed out
after they processed the checks for the month.

In regards yman173 to your 'rig-a-ma-ror', you're the one that did a cash out AFTER Nov
checks were already processed. Geez!

Members of Clixsense » Post #6

Sat Dec 20, 2014 14:27 in General Talk

TasMail wrote: Well at a Thanksgiving I said I was thankful that I lied so much about my real age that I actually forgot how old I really am!! :lol: :lol:

I'm with Val................21..................all day everyday.................
:thumbup:

I forget my age all the time, really!

One year, I went all year a year older than I was. Now that is really bad!

So now, when I am ask my age, I simply reply:

FoReVeR YOunG!

Am I the only one who hasn't received their check? » Post #17

Sat Dec 20, 2014 14:23 in Payment Processor Support

I've submitted this topic link to administration.

Members of Clixsense » Post #3

Sat Dec 20, 2014 12:04 in General Talk

Is middle age, age 21 or not? :mrgreen:

Extra adds » Post #2

Sat Dec 20, 2014 12:03 in General Talk

There is no ads on the forums so it would be something on your computer.

Cash out » Post #2

Fri Dec 19, 2014 01:32 in General Support

Choose check in your profile.

Am I the only one who hasn't received their check? » Post #5

Thu Dec 18, 2014 12:53 in Payment Processor Support

Checks are processed on or about the tenth of the month.

Don't forget to allow for holidays and postal mail close days.

Plz Help Me About Payza » Post #5

Thu Dec 18, 2014 01:43 in Payment Processor Support

peterpat wrote: how? the option is not listed in the drop down box to use payza for cash out?

If you don't see the option it is not yet available to you.

ClixSense Advertising » Post #4

Sat Dec 13, 2014 13:08 in General Talk

The longer the timer on your ad, the more beneficial because viewers must
view the ad longer.

There is also the ClixGrid advertising.

ClixSense Advertising » Post #2

Sat Dec 13, 2014 11:12 in General Talk

ClixSense has been online for over 7 years.

What I am saying is, obviously advertisers get good results.

However, it depends on what you are advertising.

Not sure what you mean by 'what ads did you use'? I don't understand that question
because you would use your ads.

how long before money from survey » Post #2

Fri Dec 12, 2014 19:41 in General Support

If its in pending, its usually about 30 days before it goes into your balance.

How to get Direct referrals for free? » Post #2

Fri Dec 12, 2014 14:54 in General Talk

If you want to do free advertising there are plenty of ways to do so.

You might want to try some offline free advertising. I suggest getting
a free short redirect url such as tiny url dot com. You can place it on
flyers.

There are some free hosting accounts online that might help in regards
to directing people to your ClixSense website.

There is also plenty of free classified ad sites online.

I have a sticky topic posted that relays various ways to advertise for free
and its located in the general discussions forum category:

A few tips for building your ClixSense | ClixSense Forum

commission deducted from my account » Post #2

Thu Dec 11, 2014 18:02 in General Support

Some times a commission can be deducted if it was achieved thru cheating, error,
member cancellation, etc.

You could submit a support ticket thru the HelpDesk for more detailed information.
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