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Fri Mar 11, 2016 17:24 in General Support

PS. members can only cash out once per week and in regards to check,
you will need to enter the pin code after receiving the check and then if
the week is up, you may do your next cash out by way of paypal or whatever
option listed in your account that you want to choose.


Fri Mar 11, 2016 17:23 in General Support

First of all, all caps are not allowed and your title is all caps.
Please read the forum rules.

In regards to check, some years ago they made a rule that
first cash out to those in the USA and Canada must be by
way of check. Upon receiving the check, they have a code
they enter and that proves to ClixSense they are truly in
the country they say they are.

Even though you have been a member for some years, if
you never did the action as I stated above, it could be they
are wanting you to do it now. They reserve the right to
request it from any member in regards to USA and Canada
if they never have before.

Now that I have said all that, what I would advise you to do,
is click on the 'Helpdesk' up there at the top near right of this
page and submit a support ticket because it could simply be
an error and whatever the case may be, I am sure they'll make
it easy on you.

Pending payment » Post #7

Fri Mar 11, 2016 09:23 in Payment Processor Support

I think the new payment change after all these years is making everyone a bit of an A...

Companies Promising Big Bucks » Post #25

Fri Mar 11, 2016 09:21 in General Talk

My pecan trees yielded several hundred pounds every year.
There were years they did not yield as much as other years but even so, they still yielded a lot.

There is a large variety of pecan trees.

Hickory nuts is a big seller. I do have lots of hickory trees on my property.....the squirrels horde
them. :mrgreen:

Earnings » Post #2

Fri Mar 11, 2016 07:50 in Bug reports

Do you consider that to be a 'bug report'?

What do u think about 19 years old retired? » Post #13

Fri Mar 11, 2016 07:46 in General Talk

I don't think everyone here wants to get rich or retire young and I will tell you something.....

There are many many people that retire and continue to work all the way up until they are
dead or not physically able to work any more. Why is that? They're not all working simply
because they need the money. They work because it brings enjoyment to them, purpose
to them, physical longevity, placement in an active society, etc.

So believe it or not, everyone here and everyone else where, is not focusing their life on
getting rich.

Companies Promising Big Bucks » Post #23

Fri Mar 11, 2016 07:41 in General Talk

lotoole wrote: Valerie, I'm planting a pecan tree this year. A friend brought pecans to me from her mother's tree and there is a huge difference in taste between fresh pecans and those you buy in stores. One of my favorite things! And much easier to crack than these rock hard Black Walnuts.

I think it takes a very long time for pecan trees to grow. Probably today however, they have
many varieties with some faster growing.

The ones that were in my yard, I truly could not begin to guess how old they are.....I say are
because I guess they're still there. I know the previous owners has lived there many years
and they said the pecan trees were there when they bought that place. My guess would be
those pecan trees were at least 50 years old.

On the good years, I'd get about 500 pounds of pecans from those two trees. I truly did not
bother with them for the money. I love to eat pecans as many people do and they come in
at just the right time of year......late Fall. I had so many of them, box's and box's and box's
that I would sell some to those I worked with at the hospital. They loved them because for
starters, I sold them for less than they could buy them at the store and because they were

A fresh pecan taste so much better than the old ones in the store. The fresh ones are juicy
and emit more of a pecan flavor in foods such as pecan pies. You have never ate a pecan
pie until you eat one that is made with fresh pecans.

I use to take vacations regularly to Florida and would go through Georgia.....always bought
the Georgia pecans often from the road side stands.

Back when I sold them to folks I worked with, I'd sell them a big baggie full for $3 or $4.
You wouldn't be able to touch that for less that $20 or $25 today store bought that amount.

There's varieties of pecans such as the paper shell pecan. The paper shell pecan has a thin
shell that is easy to crack.

Would you vote for Donald trump for President? » Post #80

Fri Mar 11, 2016 07:20 in General Talk

To make this clear to those that are reading all this political stuff here lately.....

The reason why Mr Trump is ranking high and winning states is because people can associate
with him He is likable to an an extent. He is fun and funny. He is almost 70 years old so he
has a lot of experience, more so than what perhaps some people realize. He talks in a simple
tone with simple words and people don't need a dictionary in front of them to figure out what
he is saying. He's made a lot of money and people know that in business, some things fail but
over all he has made billions of dollars and created millions of jobs. People know that he knows
economics and when it comes to economics, it's an extremely difficult subject. However, it is
a very important subject if not the most important subject because that is what makes the
world go round. He is self funding and people like that he is. When people run for office such
as the presidency, it cost millions of dollars to do so. Very wealthy people will fund those in
the running....but WHY?.....because they want something and so those in the running often
owe those that are funding their campaign......for an example, a ford bail out. So people
see Mr Trump as self funding and know that he doesn't owe anyone and that he will come
more to doing what he says, then the other candidates.

What's really hilarious is how many people are afraid of Trump and even go so far to call
him dangerous. The president of the USA has what is known as 'advisors'. The advisors
are very experienced professionals within their field. They help to further educate the
president on what is going on in their field of knowledge.

The senate does vote to pass bills and reject bills. It's many of these people that need
to go out with the wash.

If the president does not follow the constitution or the laws of our land, he can be impeached.
It's not like some countries in which they have dictators that cannot be removed.

It is many of the people that presently hold offices in Washington that are afraid of Trump.
Not because Trump is dangerous but because if Trump gets the presidency, they may lose
their jobs. There is a lot of under handedness going on in Washington and since Trump is
self funding, worth billions, he canNOT be bought. It's not just democrats that are afraid
of him......many republicans are too. They're afraid they won't be able to use hard working
tax payers money to fund their big steak dinners and their big ho down parties any more.
Their afraid Trump will see through them and the illegal activities, careless tax payer spending,
and under handed deals they've been making. They're afraid Trump will toss them out of
Washington just like you or I take out the trash.

No one has crystal balls but America has been failing in many ways and it really is a lot
of needlessness, underhandedness, that has set America on this path. We've got to stop
this nonsense, not just for America but for the entire world. Many people across the globe
rely on America to help them in more ways than one. We've got to band together and get
rid of terrorism and continue to stop any and all acts of terroristic banning before it starts.
We've got to feed our children all over the world that is going to bed hungry. The people
in America are a caring people but often the very people we vote into office, get caught up
in their power and greed. Mr Trump has had most everything he could want, all his life.
Many people in America feel that Mr Trump WILL in fact clean house and make America
great again. We're wanting to see our factories back in our own country. We need our
jobs back. If we don't have work, we go down hill and when we go down hill, we can't
help other countries. We're trillions of dollars in debt and we need to reduct that deficit
and get America back on track.

Many people feel that Mr Trump is the best answer we have in the running. We see that
Mrs Clinton is very experienced in politics because she has been in it all her life. However,
we see her as a money grabber and we see her as very dishonest. I say 'we' in regards
to people not for her......because I am not for her. Political parties mean nothing to me
nor to most people in America any more. We truly are not a racist people, it's just that
some are and the bad always stands out more than the good. We don't care what color
the president is. He can have stripes, be polka dot, purple, we don't care. We don't
care if he is democrats, republic, or a moonie. We're tired of the BS and we are willing
to put our ticket on someone that just might be able to turn America in the right direction.
Because thus far, the lawyers being voted into presidency is not cutting the mustard.
Thus far, what's in Washington is too busy taking 8 week vacations, spending tax payers
money on prostitutes and booze, not to mention plane tickets. Mrs Clinton has let us
down. Mrs Clinton is more of what we have been experiencing for 7 years which is
basically the same ole same jobs, no manufacturing, factories leaving our
country every day, skyrocketing pharmacy drugs, skyrocketing health insurance rates,
and skyrocketing food, clothing etc. I can't fathom why anyone would be for her but
everyone has their own reasons and to vote for her is to continue this same self
destructive path we've been on.

Mr Sanders talks a good talk but I'm afraid he would come to realization once he hits
the presidency seat that life cannot be all cheery for everyone. You can't give everyone
everything for free. Someone has got to pay for it and believe it or not, the rich people
in the world can't carry the entire globe on their backs. I often wonder what kind of
grades he made in Econ 101.

Mr Rubio is a youngster with high hopes but he is barely out of his diaper.

Mr Cruz is very wise and I think he would probably make a very good president. Still,
could he be much of the same ole same ole? Doesn't he sound so much like what
we've had before? I don't know but many people are worth finding out.

Mr Kasich, it doesn't matter because I think he is very soon to be out of the running.
It could be he is the smartest one of the bunch. He even looks like a president.

I think it's a crying shame that we don't have better in the running. Of all the people
in the USA, this is what we have running for president. It's a process of elimination
and this is what we've got. Simply put, people are tired of the same old crap and
Mr Trump just might do what he says and we do hope he will clean house because it
is long since been very dirty in Washington.

Why Pending Balance » Post #2

Fri Mar 11, 2016 06:26 in Payment Processor Support

I don't understand your question.

I can see by your stats here that you have accumulated thus far, $3.69.

Are Your ready for St Partick's Day ? » Post #3

Thu Mar 10, 2016 20:14 in General Talk

There are sites online that allow you to print out free St Patrick's Day stuff.

I subscribe to some sewing/craft newsletters and sites ..... some of those
have free decor stuff you can print out....stencils so to speak, very cool.

Getting College Degree is Worth it as investment? » Post #24

Thu Mar 10, 2016 20:09 in General Talk

My grandfather retired from the city trash department way back about 1969.
My grandmother retired from a major gas company in 1971.
She worked a couple years longer to draw her pension.
He walked behind a trash truck and picked up trash cans, dumping the trash in
the back of the trash compactor truck.....for many years. She was a clean up
woman in a major gas company for many years, working a weird 5pm to 2am
shift. Both worked Mondays thru Fridays only. He was also a minister so they
didn't believe in working on Sundays if they didn't have to. This was in
Chicago land.

They purchased a 300 acre farm, large farm house right before retirement.
My grandfather remodeled the house and they purchased 100 head of cattle.
They also planted lots of fruit trees and veggie gardens. They also purchased
a church building and he preached during his retirement until he got too old
to do so.

He lived to be 91 and she lived to be 86.

He might have went through the 6th grade and she might have gone through
the 8th grade. She said she rode a cow to school when she was a kid and she
loved going to school. The school actually only went to the 6th grade but she
would go back every year anyway.

Both were very intelligent people. Both worked very hard all their lives. They
married and went to Ohio where work was at that time. From there, they went
to Michigan. They raised 6 children and adopted my sister and in
reality they raised 8 children.

I guess my grandmother was a Rosie the Riveter. She welded during the war.
During their early life, they worked at the steel mills. They went through the
depression era and rations, the whole shebang.

My grandfather loved to read and he most always had a book in his hands.

They were very good people and the type of people that everyone wants to

The pont is, there is a job for everyone and no, you absolutely do not need
a college education to succeed in life or to be happy in life. They were very
happy outgoing people with too many friends to count. They did not spend
frivolously and knew how to handle their money well.

College isn't everything, they'd be the first to tell you that. However, my
grandmother would tell you strongly, to take advantage of every bit of
education you can possibly get and to focus on getting the best job you can.

I don't know about other countries but it is very unfortunate that finance isn't
taught to children from an early age. Sure, they teach math. I am speaking
economics, budgeting, and spending. In my opinion, there is not enough
life sciences taught in school.

There is certainly plenty of people that have never gone to college and probably
just as many that went no further than grade school. These people are not
stupid. Many have gone on to make very good money as truck drivers,
construction workers, and even owning their own small businesses.

The person that makes the money at McDonalds is the small business person
that purchased into the franchise, and management no doubt makes a nice
adequate living too.

By the way, there is nothing wrong with working at McDonalds. What's wrong
is when people can work but make excuses not to and instead choose to live
off the state/government.

Getting College Degree is Worth it as investment? » Post #14

Thu Mar 10, 2016 15:21 in General Talk

I think most people do find it very worthwhile to achieve a 4 year + degree.

I just find it so odd that a lot of focus is on college debt because in reality,
there should be very little of it. There are college grants that do not require
a pay back as they are not a loan. There are also other types of grants and
that varies based on the schools. There is also scholarships for those that
work hard.....both my daughters received scholarships.

There really are a variety of apprenticeships one can get into to earn while
they learn.

Lots of vocational schools to in which people can achieve a specific category
degree within one or two years.

Start the New Year with Debit Card and eCards » Post #22

Thu Mar 10, 2016 15:11 in Feature Requests

splat44 wrote: In term of debit cards either visa or mastercard, I meant those virtual cards and physical ones (for ATM AND online purchases)(

As said previously, they usually have fees associated!
Jim our admin, will have to decide which ones is best for all countries, and selecting third party for payouts
By creating ClixSense debit card (visa or mastercard) will be even better

I hope I made myself clear?

valerie wrote: I don't know anything about the shipment of cards.

In regards to some cards, there is no limit other than the amount you have available.

For example, if I have $92.16, I can cash out to an amazon set your own amount, $92.16.
That's a gift card which is not shipped per se, it is shipped thru email as you are sent a
gift code that you would enter into your amazon account.

Granted, the majority of cards are not set that way. That is why I think the Tango Card
functions as I stated BUT I could be WRONG.

As far as I know, admin has not implemented a debit card.

payment » Post #4

Thu Mar 10, 2016 15:07 in General Support

Well today is just the 10th and you said you requested it on the 4th.
That means it has not been 7 days yet and neither has it been 5 to
7 business days.

My guess is, you'll get paid either tomorrow or Monday of next week.

wooby videos » Post #4

Thu Mar 10, 2016 15:05 in General Support

sixi72 wrote: thank you, so videos from wooby are from tokenads? I usually find them in my account page.


Daily checklist » Post #2

Thu Mar 10, 2016 15:04 in General Support

mark622832 wrote: Hi when do we get paid the daily checklist?


What is the Daily Checklist Bonus?

Cannot cashout » Post #4

Thu Mar 10, 2016 10:35 in Payment Processor Support

Submit a support ticket through the helpdesk. If you are wanting to cash out again,
they will explain why you can't OR they will activate it so that you can.

Cannot cashout » Post #2

Thu Mar 10, 2016 09:24 in Payment Processor Support

All I know to tell you is that when making a cash out to paypal, it will take approximately
5 to 7 business days to receive your funds. Business Days are considered to be Monday
through Friday and IF there is a holiday that falls on one of those days, that is not a
business day for that day.

So if you cashed out on March 3, today is only the 10th. If you subtract 3 from 10 you
get 7. However, the answer of 7 is not business days. Without looking at a calendar,
at least two of those days would be business days. That leaves 5 days. And since
today is included in that 5 days, you absolutely haven't given it enough time to receive
your payment. In addition, it could still be a couple more business days before you are

Furthermore, since the admin was out of town for a week, he has catching up to do and
that may also cause a day or two delay.

No, the $0.01 cent that is sent to your paypal usually is not the same day that payment
is made.

Start the New Year with Debit Card and eCards » Post #20

Thu Mar 10, 2016 09:17 in Feature Requests

I did notice something I have never noticed before.
With that said, not sure if ClixSense also has it listed in their Tango gift card list.....
Tango also offers gift cards to google play store and even Facebook gaming too.
That's some great options there for those that order from google play store and
do gaming at facebook.

Start the New Year with Debit Card and eCards » Post #19

Thu Mar 10, 2016 09:09 in Feature Requests

Ok this is what I located:

Where Can I Use My Tango Card?
Tango Cards are spent on our website for premium retail e-gift cards or donations to charity. You can find the list of e-gift cards and donation options here. All of our retail e-gift cards are delivered via email within one business day.

So I am correct.

Here is an FAQ if you want to learn more :
Frequently Asked Questions - Tango Card®
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