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I feel ripped-off by clixgrid » Post #4

Fri Nov 07, 2014 19:27 in General Talk

Stormrider7 wrote: I just finished clixgrid for today, and I was "lucky" to land on 3 winning squares. Except those 3 winners were all extra chances. The 15 extra chances amounted to 5 more chances. So out of a possible $40 I could have won, I ended up with nothing. what I kind of prize is that? :thumbdown:

That's called 'sore loser'.

tired of » Post #4

Thu Nov 06, 2014 16:58 in General Talk

I like their feature of pets.

I've read some complaints about displaying lots of cats but in reality,
it's the other way around. Dogs are displayed mostly.

Kind of funny because I have bad eyesight....very bad. I rarely have
any problems with choosing a cat from a dog. Very rare. If I do, I
simply do the 'try again' and get it.

Happy Halloween...... » Post #2

Fri Oct 31, 2014 19:04 in General Talk

Happy Halloween! :shock: :o

Need a good Laugh =D - My 4yr old doing WWE impres » Post #2

Thu Oct 30, 2014 19:50 in General Talk

She's cute. :P

Website creation and hosting » Post #2

Wed Oct 29, 2014 11:06 in General Talk

There's a lot of hosting companies and even Godaddy has hosting and since you
made a purchase for a domain name, they may have given you a discount on

There are hosting companies that charge only a few dollars per month. You
could do a search.

I Am Not Promoting Any More » Post #11

Sun Oct 26, 2014 22:25 in General Talk

kathyl43 wrote: I've been doing this for 9 years, but I don't know the difference between a bux site and a ptc site. Can someone enlighten me? Thanks.

It's the same thing. Bux this and bux that and so on so many use the slang
'Bux' for a paid to click 'Ptc' program.

Reply to Valerie [Clixsense Admin] » Post #2

Sun Oct 26, 2014 10:37 in General Talk

To address your post....

I never said anything about not participating with ClixSense. True, that is of course
an option. What I said was, members have the option to participate or not participate
in any of the programs listed.....that means, offers, surveys,

In regards to earnings, ClixSense has always paid out and always will pay out earnings
due. ClixSense has been online since Feb. 2007 and has always paid member earnings.

In regards to me being defensive, why would I be? I am not an admin. I am a
volunteer moderator that replied to your post to help you.

As I also stated, you can cash out your earnings any time, processing is every Monday
and Friday and check is once a month on or about the 10th of the month.

I Am Not Promoting Any More » Post #7

Sun Oct 26, 2014 10:28 in General Talk

Nothing wrong with paying to advertise. After all, it's a very simple process.
You pay your money, post a link, and thats it. In fact, people make the process
even simpler by posting the standard replicated ref link.

It's those that think out of the box and have a system that will fair better and
a lot longer.

There is not a redirect link as you are stating. What it is, is your advertising.

99th Commission Payout » Post #1

Fri Oct 24, 2014 17:02 in Payment Proofs

Thanks again ClixSense!

I think I will try to make number 100, a big en! :D

24 Oct 2014 09:39 EST Withdrawal Paypal To: xxx Complete $0.94 -$47.1500

Cat/dog photos » Post #9

Fri Oct 24, 2014 09:30 in General Talk

kathyclouse wrote: These pictures just break my heart...the old dogs look so sad, and the cats in cages..we have rescued our limit, but if I had the money and space, I would take much more home. Sometimes, I am so involved at looking at the pictures and feeling bad that I time out! Got to watch that.

Kathy :kitty:

The good thing is, whoever owns them must care enough to post their image
and try to find them a good home.

doubt about clixsense research » Post #6

Fri Oct 17, 2014 17:25 in General Talk

Most of the surveys appear to be for those in the USA at ClixSenseResearch.

Some times there is not many but other times they seem to come more often.

Reward balance: $6.45
($27.60 pending What's this? View)

The above is my present stats. When you complete surveys, they go into
'pending' status until that survey campaign closes. Funds you earn, move
from pending to your 'Reward balance'. Every time you have $10.00 in
your Reward balance, you can cash out.

Cash out you have three options:

-Amazon Reward (code is emailed to you immediately)
-Dinning Dough (this is a certificate for $25 off participating diners)
-Payoneer (you can choose to get cash which
goes on a card that you sign up for)

doubt about clixsense research » Post #4

Fri Oct 17, 2014 11:33 in General Talk

I've been a member of ClixSenseResearch for years. It is a ClearVoice company and
totally legitimate. I am also a member of another of ClearVoice programs and I have
never experienced any problems with them at all.

I have been paid hundreds of dollars from ClixSenseResearch. There are three options
to cash out each time $10 is accumulated in earnings. I have always chosen Amazon
gift codes since I shop on Amazon often. When I cash out, I receive the gift code within
a few seconds.

I've also received many test items over the year such as pizzas, candy, pet foods, and more.

I have also contacted them from the ClixSenseResearch website, explaining any site error
or non redirect after completing a survey. They've always replied within 24 hours and
they have always credited any amount that I may not have received due to a survey not
directing me back to the site.

Over the years, I have had very few issues with any ClearVoice programs. I have seldom
contacted them because the errors are rare but when they do occur, the problem is always
resolved extremely fast.

Cat/dog photos » Post #6

Fri Oct 17, 2014 11:24 in General Talk

timelike01 wrote: Are the photo donated, or does ClixSense have to pay for them?

ClixSense made a deal (so to speak) with PetFinder a long time ago. ClixSense is legally allowed
to display the cat and dogs from PetFinder. This is very good for all involved because there have
been members here that have adopted an animal after viewing the images at ClixSense.

55,038 PTC Clicks $400.62 » Post #1

Thu Oct 16, 2014 10:34 in Success Stories

My PTC Clicks today 32 total 55,038 earned $400.6230

I hit the $400 dollar mark so thought I'd post this. Kind of fun. :P

doubt about clixsense research » Post #2

Thu Oct 16, 2014 10:18 in General Talk

When you have a minimum balance of $10.00 at ClixSense research you can cash out
by one of the three options it displays.

waiting for my check » Post #2

Thu Oct 16, 2014 10:16 in General Talk

As it states in the FAQ, payouts for USA check is processed once per month on or
about the 10th of each month. Checks are sent through USA first class postal mail.
Depending on where you live in the USA, mail delivery is usually 3 to 5 days with the
exception of Sundays and Holidays.

I don't know what you mean about waiting for nothing.

need to know secret of winning » Post #2

Wed Oct 15, 2014 16:13 in General Talk

Well, you don't really open ads, you click on them.
You choose the correct picture after clicking on the ad (picture of a cat).
Then you wait for the timer to run down.

I see you have been a member for less than one month. It looks like you
have earned some money from clicking on ads so not really sure what you
are asking.

No one can help you win in the clixgrid and what you earn, for the most part
is up to the work you do.

surveys » Post #3

Tue Oct 14, 2014 10:32 in General Talk

Most surveys thru offer walls, people do not qualify. That goes for here and there.

Some days are good in which you might qualify for several. Other days, you can't
qualify for any seemingly, no matter if you were 27 and had 18 children.

Also, some of the survey companies are better than others in regards to spending
your time attempting them.

Additionally, if you are not a member of ClixSenseResearch yet, you may want to
join it.

Not a Federal Holiday » Post #4

Mon Oct 13, 2014 14:44 in General Talk

Yes Columbus Day is a federal holiday. However, the USA does not force people to recognize
any day as a holiday. If you work for a federal institution, you may find you have the day off.
Examples may include the Federal Post Office and the Federal Bank.

cats picture? » Post #2

Sat Oct 11, 2014 01:26 in General Talk

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