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Not paid for survey » Post #2

Thu Jan 30, 2014 12:16 in General Support

You would need to contact that survey company and give them proof that you completed
the survey but did not receive the credit.

However, if it was a survey offering $4.00 or more, you should check your offers history
because it could be in 'pending'.

No Micro Ad » Post #2

Mon Jan 27, 2014 15:09 in General Support

The ad probably already reached its quota.

It will most likely disappear shortly.


Sat Jan 25, 2014 17:15 in Payment Processor Support

Did you submit a question to them and ask?

i just bought an advertisement... waste? » Post #4

Sat Jan 25, 2014 09:53 in General Talk

Your question does not make any sense and I guess that is why no one is answering.

First of all, you say you purchased ad credits so that you could advertise thru ClixSense.
Well if you did, then why do you come into the forum and ask such a question AFTER the fact?

Secondly, to top it off, you spammed the forum with your ad.

Purchasing ad credits is an option to those that want to advertise thru ClixSense, as you know.

Lastly, No one here has a crystal ball to know if what you are advertising is considered worthy by the viewer.

paying games? » Post #2

Sat Jan 25, 2014 00:05 in General Support

No not unless it is in offers.

Valerie!! » Post #18

Fri Jan 24, 2014 20:19 in General Talk

BoBo was groomed today and trimmed almost down to the skinny.

I uploaded a pic of him and Mr Bill a few minutes ago, as my avatar.

Valerie!! » Post #17

Fri Jan 24, 2014 20:17 in General Talk

TiagoLemaire wrote: Everytime i see this thread title i can hear a song. :)

There is several songs 'Valerie'. :D

Amy Winehouse- Valerie (Best Version) - YouTube

Valerie!! » Post #15

Fri Jan 24, 2014 10:22 in General Talk

He hasn't stopped giving Mr Bill the ole one two three.....four five six.....

Well anyway, he loves Mr Bill, for sure.

He goes for grooming this afternoon. I'm not sure if he has ever been groomed by a groomer.
Maybe I will take a picture of him and Mr Bill after I get back and upload it here as my avatar.
By the way, Mr Bill no longer has a nose. :roll:

Helpdesk Ticket Light Flashing » Post #4

Fri Jan 24, 2014 10:16 in General Support

submit a new ticket and tell them

Index : All suggested features » Post #106

Wed Jan 22, 2014 16:33 in Feature Requests

lainey69 wrote: I would like us to receive at least $.001 for offers if clicked and ineligible. Usually, if not always, I click everything available and wind up with zip, nada, nothing!

Be sure to join also if you have not already done so.
You get .10 cents on most all surveys you attempt but do not qualify to take.

Can I go beyond minnimum before I cash out? » Post #3

Wed Jan 22, 2014 16:30 in Payment Processor Support

BellaKar wrote: The minnimum is 8USD to cashout on paypal.
However, could I continue making more money before I cash out?
And if so, will I receive on set of 8s or full balance?

For example:
Lets say Balance is 10USD

If I cash out, will I only receive 8USD or the total 10USD?

Your very first cash out, since you are in the USA, must be at least $10 accumulated AND must
be by way of CHECK.

After the first time you cash out, you may then choose paypal or paytoo or check.
It's only the first time you cash out, must be by way of check.

So make very sure you have your mailing address entered correctly.

You can allow the amount to accumulate forever if you wished.

There is NO fee for the first cash out by way of check.

Bitcoins » Post #9

Tue Jan 21, 2014 14:07 in General Talk

One major investment that does not cost anything is exchanging paper for metal.

Some day, in the not so distant future, people may not be able to do that.

Perhaps you remember the penny shortage? In many areas in the USA, they would
not give people rolls of penny's in exchange due to the shortage. At one point, they
some banks were paying interest on the pennies. If you turned in 100 pennies for
example, the bank would give you a dollar in paper plus one nickel as exchange.

In the old days, you could take a hundred dollars or more to the bank and exchange
all the paper for metal, quarters for example.

There are people today that cash in their paper for metal.

Platinum, gold, silver, copper, etc.....I'd and actually I do, focus on gold and silver
as investment.

I will say, plastic in regards to credit cards, is on it's way out. Kind of scary because
it is pushing closer to the book of Revelation.

Valerie!! » Post #8

Tue Jan 21, 2014 13:51 in General Talk

Yes I probably should take some videos and upload to youtube. It's just that one never knows
when something is going to take place and by the time you grab the camera, the action is over.

I took him to the vet and had him neutered, ears cleaned, and one baby tooth extracted. He
was not too happy about any of that and did not feel good for a day. He is all healed now but
he has 'Mr Bill' which is a 10 inch doll. The weird thing is, altho he loves Mr Bill, he beats him
up and then he tries to have ..... errrrr .... he tries to make love to Mr Bill. Inside Mr Bill is not
the run of the mill squeaker.......when you squeeze Mr Bill he says 'OHHHHHHHH NOOOOOO'.
Talk about hilarious........Mr Bill is yelling OHHHHHHH NOOOOOO while Bo gives him the ole
one two and I can't seem to make Bo understand, he is neutered but I think he has figured
out that something is not quite right. :oops:

Website Explorer » Post #6

Tue Jan 21, 2014 10:10 in Bug reports

There are ads in there today, or at least I see them.

Also, I did ask admin and the reply was he is seeing conversions so I suppose they
have obviously implemented more ads into it today.

Income Taxes » Post #9

Tue Jan 21, 2014 09:59 in General Talk

yvesp110 wrote: There is ways around it and no it did not ask i am safe only one site did i cancelled it got my daughter to register instead. gov has enought they dont need more of our hard earn money

I agree.

clixsense strategies, anyone? » Post #2

Tue Jan 21, 2014 09:49 in General Support

It's really no puzzle here at ClixSense.

You earn when you work to view ads (PTC), view videos, complete offers and tasks, win
in the ClixGrid, etc.

You also earn on your direct referrals upgrades and activities.

In addition IF you chose to upgrade you could build an 8 level organization and earn on
upgrades thru all levels.

Also you simply earn more as an upgraded member. You can view comparisons of premier
and standard memberships plus percentages of earnings.

ClixSense Affiliate Program - Refer Others And Multiply Your Earnings!

Income Taxes » Post #7

Mon Jan 20, 2014 16:44 in General Talk

yvesp110 wrote: WTF u guys in usa need to report that on ur income taxe?? I hopw it is not same for us in canada if so I might has well change my paypal to my daughter or give up cause my working in forestry season if i claim more revenue i need to give harper money to buy his lobsters

You can look in your profile and see if it requests your social security number.
As far as I know, it's only the USA and they don't ask for it until you've made

Each person is responsible for his or her own tax's, however.

Bitcoins » Post #2

Mon Jan 20, 2014 16:41 in General Talk

I'm not.

It seems a lot of people like it but you really need to do your research about it.

Valerie!! » Post #6

Mon Jan 20, 2014 16:39 in General Talk

yvesp110 wrote: any pupies or dogs get rotten and spoiled and once they get sick it is like our kids I know my kid dog got sick yesterday and just starting to feel better now had to spoon feed him water to force him to keep hydrated

Yes they are very much like children. Part of the family, for sure.

I've always been a cat person. Now I believe that cats are much easier to take care of.

I had a cat 'Mr Blue' that was strictly a house cat. He lived to be about 17 years old.
About six months later after he died, a stray cat came along that is a tuxedo cat...I took
him in and he is strictly a house cat. He is a very fat house cat...very lazy. I guess he is
about 9 or 10 years old now.

Soooo my cat is not too thrilled about Bo. They are very very slowly warming up to each other.
Altho Bo has no problem warming up to my cat, in fact it is very funny to see Bo that weighs
4 pounds chasing a 20 pound cat!

Valerie!! » Post #5

Mon Jan 20, 2014 16:33 in General Talk

AlienMommy wrote: Awwwwwwwww I'm in love! ROFL What's his name?

You best take care of him or I'll be doing a sneaky ninja and grabbing him up!

I'm missing babies in the house (fur types), and we're not able to get another yet.

His name is 'Bo Hunter', named by his previous owner.

I call him 'Bo Bo'.

He is spoiled. I've bought him a big crate (his den), several beds, all sorts of clothes,
bomber jacket, and toys galore. One of his favorites is a 10 inch tall 'Mr Bill'.

We came in from outside a bit ago. He loves going outside and the weather is nice today
so I took him out for awhile. Problem is, he doesn't know how to act on a leash. He keeps
his nose to the ground, chases leafs, and gets dirty. I had to wash his face and his feet when
we came back in.

He needs some rain boots. :mrgreen:
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