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new comer » Post #2

Thu Feb 18, 2016 09:25 in General Talk

There is not a technique to clicking in the clixgrid.
You simply click any where on the grid, view the ad until the timer stops, then click another and so on.

Payment » Post #2

Thu Feb 18, 2016 09:19 in Payment Processor Support

First of all, Monday was a holiday and as it states, payments are not made on weekends and holidays.
In regards to paypal, normally you get it within 5 to 7 business days. If you cashed out on Monday,
which was a holiday, it has only been 3 business days. So most probable, you'll get it next week.

pending » Post #2

Thu Feb 18, 2016 09:17 in Payment Processor Support

Im not sure how long it takes with Paytoo. I suspect less than a couple of weeks.

pending cashout » Post #2

Thu Feb 18, 2016 09:15 in Payment Processor Support

If you chose paypal, 5 to 7 business days.

New - Please Read » Post #121

Thu Feb 18, 2016 09:14 in Payment Processor Support

bettychay wrote: Ma'am, can i ask if i click cash out yesterday afternoon. when will it be transfered to my paypal account? It was still pending payment until now.

Presently it is about 5 to 7 business days.

Deduction of Earnings » Post #2

Thu Feb 18, 2016 09:08 in General Support

It says Offer Reversal and you would know more of what it is then anyone else other
than that offer company. All I know to tell you is that offers can be reversed at times
due to a variety of things such as : having already completed the offer before here or
elsewhere, completing the offer too quickly as most surveys will reverse it they see
the offer was sped thru quickly, giving false information, and other reasons too.

You might be able to contact Matomy and ask them why they reversed it if you really
don't see your falling into those categories I mentioned.

Time for a new season of...... » Post #9

Wed Feb 17, 2016 09:29 in General Talk

I think I am liking their newer show better. There's only been one season and the
second season starts in April, I think. 'Fear the Walking Dead'.

payment » Post #2

Wed Feb 17, 2016 09:26 in General Support

stevoe93 wrote: under the when and how will i get paid? (cashout) help section it says that payments are processed daily but in the blue box on the cashout options and conditions on the same page it says payments are processed every Wednesday! Now i am confused! Is it every day or every Wednesday?

Read the recent updates in the News/Update sub forum.

Presently, paypal payments are paid within 5 to 7 business days from the time of cash out.

ClixSense does process payments every day. When you submit a cash out, your payment goes into the q.

I pay delayed » Post #2

Wed Feb 17, 2016 09:19 in General Support

If you have a question, I don't know what it is.

Freeze Payment Proof sub-forum from Replies » Post #1

Wed Feb 17, 2016 09:18 in Feature Requests

Please freeze the payment proof forum from replies.

A sticky topic could be made congratulating everyone.

Cash out » Post #2

Wed Feb 17, 2016 09:08 in Payment Processor Support

What do you mean what can you do?

When you cash out, that is all you do in regards to cashing out.

If you chose paypal, payment is usually sent in approximately 5 to 7 business days.

Cashout Problems.. » Post #8

Wed Feb 17, 2016 00:48 in Payment Processor Support

Raven420 wrote: How do I delete a post when I have posted something I found out I was wrong about?

You can click on 'edit' to edit your post. Or you can request a moderator to list if for deletion.

Is freedom of speech allowed here? » Post #6

Tue Feb 16, 2016 22:09 in General Support

Let me see if I can explain this to the expired experienced super talk gold moderator.

For years, ClixSense did not have a forum. Even though the owner is very busy with
his businesses, he opened the forum/sub forums along with assigning moderators. The
owner also posted the FORUM RULES. In these rules, it states that moderators use their
own discretion in regards to the forum posts and so on and so forth.

Granted, moderators can get out of hand at times. When a moderator gets out of hand,
it is usually due to provocation. We are volunteers and a pretty good lot but if you press
our buttons the wrong way, well, we're human too.

The best thing to do is obey what the moderator suggests. If the moderator suggest you
stop posting something, stop. All over. Easy breezy. If for whatever reason you can't
bring yourself to decease from whatever that moderator is instructing, then you can
spend your time clicking on the Helpdesk and submitting a support ticket to admin. An
admin will take out their time as soon as possible, review the posts, and get back to you.

Just for the record, it doesn't matter what forum you were a moderator of. This IS
ClixSense and its a good idea to read the forum rules.

Human will lose their jobs due by robot? » Post #61

Tue Feb 16, 2016 09:20 in General Talk

I'd like to know what you think the various species are on earth?

Sure, you think of robots in the terms of metal but there is a lot more to them than that.
There's processors, wires, various fluids, and tons of other stuff. So who created robots
and who will continue to create them? Also, won't they become more intelligent as time
moves forward? And some day, after many years and centuries have passed, robots may
read their bible to their robot children and say our gods created us, known as humans....
humans are gone now, preparing a place for us in an unknown galaxy far far away....so
little son robot, be good, believe in humans because humans are our creator and humans
will one day return for us, keep a watchful eye on the sky.

:mrgreen:

What I am saying is, things don't just evolve. Things are created. People are not created
from metal. So what? We're still created. Wouldn't you say humans are programmed?
We're programmed to an extent and our brains, even tho we have a large amount of it,
are used very little.

In fact, you can read this topic and see how little use our brains are functioning. :lol:

more surveys And Extended Ads » Post #2

Tue Feb 16, 2016 09:07 in General Talk

Advertisers purchase advertising. So you are talking to the wind.

Payment » Post #4

Tue Feb 16, 2016 08:57 in Payment Processor Support

If you chose paypal, payments are processed in approximately 5 to 7 business days.
I have no idea what time of day.

Pending cashout » Post #14

Tue Feb 16, 2016 08:55 in Payment Processor Support

First of all, this is the support sub forum and a member ask a simple question.
I replied with the correct answer.

Why someone else came into this topic carrying on about delays and everything else, I don't know.
I don't know how anyone could come up with all this long thread over a simple question with a
simple reply.

Topic is closed.

Payment » Post #2

Tue Feb 16, 2016 08:51 in Payment Processor Support

Approximately 5 to 7 business days if you chose paypal.

Cashout Problems.. » Post #2

Tue Feb 16, 2016 08:51 in Payment Processor Support

Approximately 5 to 7 business days if you choose paypal.

Pending cashout » Post #4

Mon Feb 15, 2016 23:53 in Payment Processor Support

hydtasker wrote:
valerie wrote: PayPal is 5 to 7 business days.

Ms. Valerie,

Pay Pal is 5 - 7 days is all correct but why blame Pay Pal for the delay in this case?

The payment is not yet processed by CS. CS is taking so much time to process. They said to clear top 30% of payment requests daily, monday to friday, when they introduced this new payment processing system. That should cover all payments in 4-5 days. But in reality they are not doing this. They seem to clear less than 20% per day. That's the real cause of the delay.

Earlier we know when we get the funds, give or take one day. But now, it is like a toss. I never understand why they changed a system that is perfectly working and make everybody suffer.

First it was twice a week. Then once a week. Now once 15 days. What next?

I don't know what you mean about blaming paypal.

The topic starter ask a question in regards to how long she needed to wait to receive
her payment. I replied. For paypal, members have been receiving their payment within
5 to 7 business days. So I don't have any idea what you mean about blaming paypal.
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