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welcome ads for premium » Post #2

Mon Dec 09, 2013 11:47 in General Support

This is the benefits of being a premium member:

My Account: Premium Account - ClixSense


Mon Dec 09, 2013 11:46 in Payment Processor Support

Payouts are generated on Fridays and Mondays.

Viewing Ads Issues » Post #32

Sun Dec 08, 2013 17:59 in General Support

abbood0100 wrote: First thanks admin ..
I've tried all of your options and I've install new browsers and this problem still exist "Unexpected error (#304/200)"
I haven't click ads for 3 days cuz of this so can you help me ?

Are you only trying to click them from the toolbar?
If so, log in and click them instead.

radioloyalty no more? » Post #23

Sat Dec 07, 2013 11:12 in Bug reports

I don't know what you're talking about but this topic is now closed.

It's very simple and as admin already stated and updated us some time ago that there is NO more
1 cent 10 minute radio. It now plays for 30 minutes before displaying captcha and member area
paid 3 cents per the 30 minutes.

6,399,632 02 Dec 2013 11:06 EST Complete Radio Loyalty $0.0300
6,399,629 02 Dec 2013 11:06 EST Complete Radio Loyalty $0.0300
6,398,805 02 Dec 2013 10:15 EST Complete Radio Loyalty $0.0300
6,386,628 01 Dec 2013 20:31 EST Complete Radio Loyalty $0.0300
6,384,430 01 Dec 2013 18:10 EST Complete Radio Loyalty $0.0300
6,383,960 01 Dec 2013 17:14 EST Complete Radio Loyalty $0.0300
6,383,554 01 Dec 2013 16:23 EST Complete Radio Loyalty $0.0300
6,383,251 01 Dec 2013 16:06 EST Complete Radio Loyalty $0.0300
6,382,774 01 Dec 2013 15:14 EST Complete Radio Loyalty $0.0300
6,382,736 01 Dec 2013 15:12 EST Complete Radio Loyalty $0.0300
6,382,303 01 Dec 2013 14:16 EST Complete Radio Loyalty $0.0300
6,381,527 01 Dec 2013 13:10 EST Complete Radio Loyalty $0.0300

COMPARING OKPAY with STP(d tiny details dat mader) » Post #2

Sat Dec 07, 2013 11:08 in Payment Processor Support

This topic is discussed with a poll in the news and updates forum category.

My Christmas Lights » Post #2

Sat Dec 07, 2013 01:23 in General Talk

Looks very pretty. :xkitty: x:D

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #116

Fri Dec 06, 2013 21:05 in General Talk

Fri Night And Can't Do Any Surveys » Post #2

Fri Dec 06, 2013 20:50 in General Talk

It would be due to what they said.

You might try clearing your machine and unplugging/plugging your router/modem.

I don't know anything about the proxy/vpn thing but that is on your end.

Clixsense Comunity » Post #2

Fri Dec 06, 2013 10:18 in General Support

There is this forum and in regards to chatting about ClixSense, this forum works just fine for that.

Payza Issues » Post #171

Thu Dec 05, 2013 20:58 in News and Updates

You can't trust any of the online payment processors.....none of them.
They do whatever they want, when they want.
Any of them can be shut down in a heart beat and/or freeze accounts in a blink of the eye.

All of them are a risk and it's all about how much of a risk you want to take with them.

AlertPay was always bad. Bad from the get go.

The only real safe thing when it gets right down to it, IS checks and gift codes. If it were
me, and it's not, I would implement gift codes, at least for amazon, and I would dive into
researching international cash/debit cards that has very low fees and free card or at least
very low cost to members to purchase the card. I guess it might be difficult to find an
international card these days, I don't really know any more.

Payza Issues » Post #148

Thu Dec 05, 2013 16:41 in News and Updates

I know not everyone would use the amazon gift codes but it would be a very worthy option.
It does not take a crystal ball to look around at the TOP GPT sites online and see they offer
amazon gift codes...and some even offer walmart gift codes, and more. It can be totally
automated or it can be set to a manual approval....manual approval so that support/admins
can review the request.

ALL online payment processors stink. ALL of them. If you are one that thinks one is so
great and wonderful, that is fine and I just hope it doesn't bite you on the arse some day...
because most do at some stage or another.

The thing about gift codes, there are no fees on either end. That saves everyone money.
That's money that ClixSense could use for something else....whether that be fees in another
payment processor or fees on debit card processing, etc.

Payza Issues » Post #131

Thu Dec 05, 2013 15:06 in News and Updates

WasifAzim wrote: is payza payments issue with US only? other people outside US can access payza?

ClixSense is located in the USA.

Payza Issues » Post #128

Thu Dec 05, 2013 14:59 in News and Updates

jasm78 wrote: OKPay, WebMoney and PerfectMoney are not available to US entities either - we won't be able to offer any of these. It seems our only alternative is SolidTrustPay but to be honest they do not inspire much confidence. The search continues...

I've had an account with STP for many years. I have not logged in over there in years, however. :mrgreen:
I have used them as a payment option as well, in years past. Never had any issues.

Don't you think it may be time for a cash card?

Global Cash Card - The Leader in Custom Paycard Solutions

Payza Issues » Post #92

Thu Dec 05, 2013 12:46 in News and Updates

I some times wonder if people even bother to read before they post. It seems some
people don't read and just post to be posting something. :lol:

This topic is NOT about PayPal but I can see some confusion since admin placed PayPal in the options.
I guess he was simply wanting to see how many prefer paypal overall. I don't know.

However, the MAIN POINT of this topic is that PayZa is NO LONGER AN OPTION because ClixSense is
located in the USA and PayZa no longer can do business with people in the USA. At least according to
whats happening with PayZa at this time.

Therefore, ClixSense may be considering another option in which to replace PayZa. The options that
ClixSense is considering is OkPay and SolidTrustPay.

ClixSense already has PayPal.

And to the member that went on about PayPal being so wonderful and will not join anything unless
it's got PayPal. :mrgreen: All I can tell you is, it made me laugh and I thank you for the grins. In
regards to check, for years and years I have been cashing out by way of check, almost entirely, and
I receive the check in 3 days from ClixSense processing. If you're in the USA, most any where for
that matter, you will get the check in 3 or 4 days.

Payza Issues » Post #18

Thu Dec 05, 2013 10:50 in News and Updates

jasm78 wrote: To make it clear. The problem resides with the fact that as an US company we won't be able to send or receive payments from anyone in the world thru Payza. US members can still use Checks and PayPal.

PayPal operates on most countries but not all. Payza filled that gap, but now without Payza members from some countries won't be able to cashout their earnings thru PayPal. It's for those members that we need an alternative.

Would you be spreading too thin to include both STP and Okpay?

Payza Issues » Post #8

Thu Dec 05, 2013 10:46 in News and Updates

Ya, I'm gonna have to say that I believe you really need to add some gift card options.
Primarily, Amazon.

It's a totally different ballgame with STP and OKPay but IF I had to choose one of those,
it would be STP.

I truly do not understand why you have not added Amazon because it really would be a
great way to bring in another crowd of members.

Well anyway, I don't know much at all about OKPay but I have used STP in the past and
have not had any issues with them.

Fast and Furious Star Paul Walker Dead » Post #12

Wed Dec 04, 2013 17:35 in General Talk

Well I find it ironic.

PTC TAX ?? » Post #5

Wed Dec 04, 2013 17:32 in General Talk

Well yeah, no matter what it is, if you did not make the purchase, you should decline it.

Important Update for Payza U.S. Members » Post #2

Wed Dec 04, 2013 17:27 in Payment Processor Support

ClixSense has several cash out options such as payza but also paypal, check, international check.

I suppose ClixSense may look into other payment processing options as well. PayZa often has
issues so we'll just have to wait and see the results of this one.

Holiday Shopping » Post #2

Wed Dec 04, 2013 17:23 in General Talk

I had replied and then it logged me out.

In a nutshell, here is what you need to know....

ClixSense is not enabled for mobile yet. There is no guarantees or promises that it will work with
mobile devices. With that said, here is what I can tell you from my own experience in regards to
ClixSense and my devices:

-Ipad Mini: I can view ptc ads and the clixgrid, no problem. I can usually view some video offers
and some times I can complete some surveys. Some surveys are actually for those that use mobile
devices only and those surveys can detect you are using a mobile device. However, most surveys
will not work with my mini iPad. Keep in mind, I am referring to ClixSense. Tasks do not appear
at all.

-Lenovo IdeaPad: Actually works better than my mini iPad in regards to ClixSense. Same goes
in regards to clicking ads, etc. Sells for under $250.

-Dell Venue 8: I'm giving this table to a family member for Christmas and I have not used it enough
to give you a fair review in regards to ClixSense but did not see any issues comparable to the tablets
above. It sells for under $200 presently at Dell.

If you're keeping a tight ship, I would suggest the Lenovo 10" IdeaPad S600. It's very impressive. Has
a very long battery life. It's priced under $250. Amazon sells a very cool case for it, but you can
buy a case at lenovo website. You'll see mixed reviews on it. I'm extremely impressed, however.
It's 'Android' Jelly Bean operating system.

I've never owned a kindle so I won't comment on that other than you can get kindle apps for books
on apple products at the apple sight....but apple also has free books too.
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