Stormrider7 wrote: I don't know if I should say it, but there is a town in Newfoundland, Canada that shares its name with an adult toy.
Yes I saw that name too one time on here. Starts with a 'D'.
I would sure hate to live there.
Andy207 wrote: For the past week now, I have had difficulty doing any kind of surveys. No matter which one it is, I havent been able to do anything accept for the regular video offers. I cant even do the samples, and no matter what each one has been bumping me the minute I put in my annual income.
Its very frustrating and Id like to be able to start making money again...
ferpogo wrote: Does any one know if by playing games offer in here we make money?? that would be awesome!
tasman1 wrote:charmoeren wrote: Older people in Denmark can get a dispensation ... and may be exempted from having this e-mail .......... they will receive all their messages in writing instead of.
But here in Denmark, about 90% use the electronic e-box.
Denmark is one of the countries in the world where we have the most people connected to the internet ........ we have fast internet connections ...... and so we have not been upset by technology
That is good for people who like this new way of life, but it is not for me . I try to move from Australia to some poor place , no technology , no computer and internet , but wife say no , kids are born here
For me I will prefer to go and live in places like Belize , Bali [ poor part ] South America etc etc
wcbass wrote: I got mine today...but then I only live about 100 miles from Clixsense's location. I recently signed up for the U.S. postal services Informed Daily Delivery Service . Now the local post office emails me a picture of the front of each letter size piece of mail that they are going to deliver to me that day. So I got a pic of the front of the Clixsense envelope early in the A.M. before it was delivered in the P.M. If it had not been there when I checked my mail, I could have gone back to the e-mail and notified the P.O. of the non-delivery and they would investigate. Higly recommend you go to the USPS website and sign up for this service if you receive checks or other important documents in the mail. Costs nothing to sign up and use.