ClixSense does not own the survey companies. It's doubtful any survey company will see your post here.
If you have a problem with any of the survey companies, you can contact them, let them know what issue
you are having, what happen, etc.
There are also forums and various sites in which you can rate survey companies and leave feedback. This is
a good idea to do because if a survey company has poor ratings across the board, people won't use them which
means they won't get customers nor will they make money. It's also a good idea to rate the ones you enjoy.
Maybe it's just me but working online is the easiest job I have ever done in my life. I truthfully can't even call
it a job.
I worked in health care most my life....and man oh man I sure know it! I usually can only sleep 5 hours per
night. My back hurts if I stand for more than thirty minutes at a time.
I worked at a cookie factory once running a huge mile long oven. It was computerized and believe me, unless
you have ran an oven like that, you would not believe the difficulty of running the computer for it. I had an entire
notebook of gobly goop settings for it. You ever eat grahams, saltines, cheese it's, fig newtons, etc....well they
came thru the oven I ran at that time. Talk about HOT!!! Oh my gosh, people would hire on and as soon as they
got in the plant, they turned around and walked right back out from the HEAT! Huge hot oil bats, Huge dumps,
and my gosh, work work work, hot hot hot, heat heat heat, grease grease grease. I worked the night shift and
when I got home in the mornings, I had to strip totally naked at the back porch. I was like a walking oil can.
I worked helping hot tar roofs back in my very younger years. My first husband was a roofer. I'd help him just
like a man would. We did shingles and altho I couldn't pack them up the ladder, I'd get on the hot roofs and nail
them down. That was hot work and rather knee breaking too.
I worked construction too. My second husband had his own construction crew. Some times guys would call
in and he'd run short handed so I'd get out there and work just like a man would.
I worked at McDonalds once for 3 days! Mighty easy work but the customers at the drive thru drove me nuts!
I worked at a very large river front hotel/bar once, in the bar area. They'd have well known bands and it was
a rather big place. I'd run back and forth and forth and back, bringing drinks to customers and waiting on tables
and taking pinches on the rears and some times....when I got home, I looked like I had been playing football due
to all the bruises.
I've never ever been afraid of work. I've never not been able to find a job. If it's honest, legitimate work and I
can do it, I'll do it.
Daily surveys, for me, it's not work. When I sit on my arse, clicking yes or no, or watching ads or a video, it's
not anything close to work for me. Aggravating at times, yep. Work, nope, does not even come close.