Lorelie wrote: It's a big circle. You raise minimum wage so people can afford things. The price of the items then cost more so you need to raise minimum wage again. It serves no purpose what so ever! A teenage burger flipper does not need that much an hour. Perhaps there should be an age limit to receive that amount!
Takerphenom30 wrote: sorry valerie, im a litle new and just want to know.... sorry again if i bother u and thanks for teh info... ill wait
Just keep an eye on my post.
I always stir the pot and let the cat out of bag.
Boy, you should been around when I made one post about the website explorer ads.
Talking about a backlash. You would of thought all the Bernie Voter Mob was ganging up
on me for letting the secret out.
macedon777 wrote: I don't really understand what is the problem with neteller, when I know from personal experience that neteller works perfectly well with other sites and I regularly get INSTANT payments upon requesting. I have a pending cashout since March 16 and I ke today stands atep adding to the balance, so from the starting $40+, my pending cashout currently stands at $125. I opened a ticket about this issue, since clixsense rules are that you get your cashout in 2-5 business days. I got a response that due to terrorist threats there are some difficulties in sending money overseas?! I find it difficult to believe, since neteller is certified and reliable company, my account is verified, which means I submitted personal data and government issued documents in order to be in compliance with anti-money laundry and financing terrorism regulation.
Personally I prefer neteller as a payment processor, because it has lower costs than payza. Payza actually rips you off with their fees. Paypal, paytoo and other payment processors are not available in all the countries, and cheque is no longer option (other than for US and Canada).
So, what really is the problem with Neteller? That is the answer I expect to hear from clixsense stuff, and not those "it takes 4 to 6 weeks" or longer answers.