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what is going on with this website? » Post #4

Mon Feb 13, 2017 16:29 in General Talk

Also, just to correct your math....

You've been a member for 12 months.

You've made $1,168

$1,168 divided by 12 months = $97.33 per month

$97.33 divided by 30 days = $3.24 per day

So no way was you averaging $12 per day. Your math is way off.

what is going on with this website? » Post #2

Mon Feb 13, 2017 16:23 in General Talk

Well, I sure can't do the wondering for you. It's your life and your decisions as to what you do.

Problem with Payoneer » Post #4

Mon Feb 13, 2017 14:14 in Payment Processor Support

I don't know. Maybe someone will reply that knows.

Waste Not Want Not » Post #4

Mon Feb 13, 2017 14:12 in General Talk

RoseGold wrote: I am guilty :lol: I washout mayonaise jars "large plastic'' and use them to store rice, grits, sugar, pasta, tea bags and etc... :) I eat a lot of fruit cups and really like Val's idea of making jello cups. Thanks Val :thumbup:

There's something very cool about doing that. It just looks cool and very useful.

I have various size jars, mostly mason jars and the like that I store pastas, beans, etc in.

One time I bought a huge jar of the Vlasic pickles and I really liked the jar. It has measurement
and design made into the glass. So I kept it and I spray painted the lid pink. :mrgreen:

official twitter » Post #2

Mon Feb 13, 2017 14:09 in General Talk

No there is not.

Problem with Payoneer » Post #2

Mon Feb 13, 2017 13:42 in Payment Processor Support

Are you saying you already had a payoneer account?

Because it looks like it is plainly telling you what you need to do. As if you previously or already
have a payoneer account and for ClixSense you need to open a new one using a different email
address than your other account.

If you need to load in your drivers license, etc, maybe you can use/link the same ones.

Anyone in the UK? » Post #8

Mon Feb 13, 2017 13:38 in Payment Processor Support

Here is the jest of it in case you folks do not know can change your payment option
in your profile to TANGO. After that go into your Account Summary and click on the little cash out
bag and you will be at Tango. Once you are there, you'll see what you can card, etc. Then
all you need to do if you want, is to simply not choose anything OR choose something.

It's not going to hurt to choose tango and look around to see what is available for you. For example
lets say you see a $50 amazon gift card but you don't have $50 and that is what you want. Simply
close it. Then when you do have $50 you can choose it.


Say you don't like anything about Tango. Well don't choose anything. Click it off. Go back to
your ClixSense profile and choose a different payment option.

The point I am making, you can go see what is available to you if you change it to Tango payment.
Why guess when you can go see for yourself.

Waste Not Want Not » Post #1

Mon Feb 13, 2017 13:19 in General Talk

There is a part of my brain that does not like to trash what I buy. I know if I buy a jar of pickles, I am
buying not just the pickles but also the jar. Living in a small rural area, we don't have the recycle stuff
like they do in the cities. Yeah, I throw the pickle jar away. BUT.....

Fruit Cups - these are the small plastic throw away cups that contain fruit, jello, gel, parfait, etc. I
buy a lot of those because I pretty much eat a low fat diet. I cannot stand throwing the little plastic
cups away so I don't. At least, not right away, I don't. So this is what I do with them.....

When I buy box's of instant jello, I mix the jello in a bowl and then I pour the jello mixture in the
little cups I saved. I like doing that because I know the exact serving I am eating.

Another thing I do with them is punch a couple small holes in the bottom of the little cups with an
ice pick. I can then fill with dirt and start seedlings for my summer garden.

I think people these days tend to waste too much. I am not huge on reusing but I do try to find a
at least a second use for some items instead of automatically throwing in the trash.

Do you do that with anything?

Tomorrow is Valentine's Day!!! » Post #14

Mon Feb 13, 2017 12:06 in General Talk

It's actually 'Saint Valentine's Day'.

Mr Valentine was a kind gent or monk, if you will. It is said all the children loved him because
he always had a bit of candy and/or gifts to give.

So one day he was made a Saint due to his loving nature and his kindness.

I've never forgot why it's called Valentine's Day. :mrgreen:

Anyone in the UK? » Post #6

Mon Feb 13, 2017 11:58 in Payment Processor Support

I hope whomever locked this topic does not mind that I unlocked it.

I feel vaneela you have relayed some good information due to your personal experience
which may be help for others in the UK.

I'm going to sticky this for awhile.

Tips for ClixGrid » Post #6

Mon Feb 13, 2017 08:57 in General Talk

The point is, you never know if you will win or not win or how much you will win.
However, the biggest reason for playing is so that you can complete your daily checklist to get the free daily bonus.
Over time that pans out to a whole lot more than winning.

Tips for ClixGrid » Post #2

Mon Feb 13, 2017 08:03 in General Talk

Do people win the lottery or not?

Question, compabilities between payment methods? » Post #2

Mon Feb 13, 2017 07:59 in Payment Processor Support

None that I know of.

social app » Post #2

Sun Feb 12, 2017 23:51 in General Talk

ClixSense does not have a social app at this time.

Remember forever » Post #15

Sun Feb 12, 2017 23:49 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
msblahms wrote: yes i remember clixsense paying me the money I earned by working here not some kind of donation as the generosity in your post suggests, and clixsense earned whenever i earned this is no charity if you have become delusional after losing pp

Sorry if you can not read my bad Eglish

what donation . charity are you talking???

All I did say is that ClixSense is honest , paying and we have no right to spit on it for not have a PP here. yes most of us do not like it but that is life

For me you say delusional ????? for what ?
At the end of a day to be honest i do not care if i stop this kind of job in future or not

as many here know my post in September last year I have full AU pension and part Swiss pension since Oct 2016 , did stop 80% of work on internet and will probably stop the rest at the end of this year

in short i do not give a s..t for your post here and you did not understand my post

Your post is fine and I understood it completely.

In reality, ClixSense does pay more than most GPT programs, especially on offers and surveys.
And it's great because ClixSense is legit. They have some obstacles over their ten years but
they've always come out just fine.

Also in reality, I have made close to $14,000 or $15,000 dollars here. That is over the course
of ten years. There is a program I have been in for 14 or so years that has paid me about the
same amount and I pay $10 a month for it. There is another program I am in that I have been
in for about ten years or more and I pay $17 every month for it and made about the same.

The point I am making is, most the programs I am in, I have been in for ten or more years, have
earned similar amounts, but pay more. Granted I am in a few old GPT programs too that cost
me nothing but here again, they don't pay as good on the offers or surveys. None are charities
and I am mighty sure everyone knows that. Some times however, the money is so easy that it
makes one feel like charity. Not like I am digging ditches or bailing hay.

It's extra money any way you look at it. Besides, you have to stick around and get the extra
money so you can feed those wallabies.

Remember forever » Post #5

Sun Feb 12, 2017 16:21 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Since We lost PP lots of crap is written here
Remember my first post here when we lost was , maybe i will stop working here and yes Thank You ClixSense , yes again I did say thank you clixsense
I was angry but i still told thank you clixsense

CixSense is most honest site forever . I was paid every time , I earned and was paid , you earned and you was paid everytime ,
What about future ?
Future for me is clear . It was and will be forever nice words from me to ClixSense , Thank You ClixSense same word I wrote in time we lost PP and I was angrybut not angry with ClixSense

Bad English from Croat but it is from my heart

It's always easy to give up. Winners never do. That's why you are a winner. Not too sure about your wife tho. :lol:

8 Levels to 6 and Reduce Fees » Post #4

Sun Feb 12, 2017 15:11 in Feature Requests

@suny5586 I guess it takes a little bit of thinking about it. I know it is confusing.
I'll try to explain.

$17 upgrade. That pays $1 upline, not downline.

So if it is 8 levels:


I will get paid 7 levels up.

$17 - 7 levels or $7 = $10 profit to ClixSense

Now before you say anything, that is not exactly factually due to 'ME' in regards to the level 2 which is directs and a bit more money. For simplicity sake, we're looking at $10 profit.

Now lets look at what happens when we cut out the bottom two levels:


I now get paid 5 levels up instead of 7 and hence $12 profit for ClixSense instead of $10.

So what's happening is, either way you want to look at it, ClixSense is saving a little more money or making a little more money.

To truly be fair with this scenario, it should be a savings to Premium members only.
So there ya have it, another idea and a nice benefit to upgrading to premium.

Free From Fee Per 5 » Post #1

Sun Feb 12, 2017 13:28 in Feature Requests

Another idea is to not charge a fee to the member on the 5th cash out.

That is an example in regards to 5th cash out.

I can see how this might be easier on the programming.

For example if you charge:

1 cash out $2
2 cash out $2
3 cash out $2
4 cash out $2
5 No Fee

Every 5th cash out, they get a break from the fee.

Percentage Fee Recovery for $ Made » Post #1

Sun Feb 12, 2017 13:24 in Feature Requests

Yeah, this idea is a bit more complicated.

My suggestion on this is, partial fee would be given back to the member after the
member earned set dollar amount.

I guess there is a lot of ways this idea could be implemented. Either by activity or earnings or status (time being an active member).

Say the fees over time totaled $20.00, you turn around and give $10 in fees back.
In order for the member to get that, he/she would have to qualify for it....

Qualification Example:

Member cashed out by Payoneer and accumulate fees of $20
Member has been member for 6 months, earned $100.
Member receives $10 back fee recovery

You might work on that thought to come up with something in that regard.

8 Levels to 6 and Reduce Fees » Post #1

Sun Feb 12, 2017 13:07 in Feature Requests

In order to help international members that may be hurting
in their country for food and such, I suggest level reduction.

Originally it was 5 levels, ya know. So, we'd still be a level deeper than original.

If you reduce the levels to 6, you could reduce payment fees....payoneer fees and such.

I'm willing to give up my bottom 2 levels.

What say yee? :P
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