That is probably the case, they don't want to deal with it any more.
Just like MLM. In the early days, PayPal accepted all MLM. After a period of time, MLM was
launching every day. They began closing one down and then another and so on as the
complaints flowed in. Now, it is rare to see PayPal accept any MLM, especially any new
MLM. Occasionally you will see an MLM launch with PayPal listed but it doesn't take long
for PayPal to find them out and freeze their account. So even if it is a legitimate good
functioning MLM with great products, they don't want to be bothered with it any more.
So I suspect, they have had enough of the traffic exchanges too. Too many not giving
refunds, too many complaints, and too many scam traffic exchanges.
A lot changed too when PayPal was sold to eBay. That is primarily what they are today.
Whatever the case may be, ClixSense is approved by PayPal and has been for years. If
that ever changes, then I would say they would deal with it the best they can at that time.
I think I told many of you about the lady I communicated with for years online.
She was a subscriber to my newsletter for years and she had joined me under
many programs. She would contact me several times a week by email just
basically woman talk. I really enjoyed communicating with her.
Then one day, I made some kind of a remark about men. That's when she replied
with confusion. Turns out, she was a he. I had been communicating with a man
for years about menopause, and everything under the sun. He wasn't gay, by the
way. He thought I knew he was a man.
I do the same thing here some times with some members. If I don't look, which I
usually don't, I am liable to think you a man when you are a woman and vice versa.
Well charez, PayPal has always cut off Traffic Exchanges and more. It doesn't matter how old
they are per se. It depends on how they operate, what type of affiliate structure they have or
implement, how much they charge, if they are operating as a legal program, if they have stopped
paying their affiliates, how many complaints they get, and so on.
Personally, I don't care what you are. I just want you to stop your nonsense in the
support forums. There are members here new and old, that need REAL help. Not
the nonsense that you have been consistently spamming the support forums with
sp1915 wrote: I don't believe it is due to the TM scam. I heard a new law went into effect earlier last month by The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and it appears Paypal is dropping as much risk as it can and making changes.
Well I read what that fellow said about that and that is also what I found very weird, sp1915.
You see, PayPal has almost always focused on reducing risks after their start up years. I was
one of the first people to join PayPal and back in those days, people could just about get away
with anything. Every make money program online used PayPal. I can recall getting paid for
all kinds of crazy junk I joined way back then. After a couple of years, PayPal began to slowly
change. Bit by bit they began weeding out whatever they deemed as scan or simply put 'risky'.
In addition, that fellow mentioned '$50' risk max. Here again, that did not make much since to
me. All banks that I know of, have risk management, scam management, and all sorts of
notifications to allow the user to know when larger monies/purchases are taking place. In addition
to that, people do too from APPS to all sorts of credit protection, etc.
Now in regards to PayPal, I ask you, IS ClixSense a risk?
1. ClixSense has been online for ten years and is PayPal approved
2. ClixSense is free
3. ClixSense does have an almost laughable optional upgrade fee of only $17 per year. There
is absolutely no legal closeness of being illegal nor risky. If they were charging an upgrade of
$200.00, that would be stepping into the illegal scrutiny. Also, most members do not even use
PayPal or any other processor to upgrade. Many simply use their earnings.
4. ClixSense has a refund policy. This is very important. ClixSense does offer refunds on
upgrades and advertising too.
5. ClixSense does not own Task programs. ClixSense does not own survey programs. ClixSense
does not own offers. ClixSense is only responsible for ClixSense.
6. ClixSense is a fine line in regards to what 'some' may refer as having an MLM structure. In
reality, ClixSense only has a finders fee on their free standard membership and even with the
low upgrade option, it is still not forced and has no stoppage across the board with a cut off not
much deeper than a tier program. But here again, there is no risk anyway since the upgrade
fee is optional and only $17 per year and can be paid by way of earnings.
The fact of the matter is, ClixSense does not have any risk at all. $0 risk.
So when you talk about anything else out there online, you are attempting to place ClixSense in
a bag it does not fit in.
In regards to BitCoin, it has already been suggested in the feature request forum but I wouldn't
hold my breath for it to be added.
kiloop999 wrote: all my words is being respect for you and Marcel i didnt see any rude words in my words , i tell suggest and i request from you to say that to Mr Jim , where a rude on my topic !!! btw thanks for your replay
To answer your first question: You are not forced to do surveys here and it is totally optional.
To reply to your remark about your surveys suck and their validity: ClixSense does not own survey companies nor survey programs. You may contact those survey programs and tell them their surveys are sucking and not valid. Won't do you any good here because ClixSense doesn't own them.
To answer your question about qualification: Not sure what 'system' you are referring to. There is a pre-qualification that everyone must go through when they want to attempt any survey.
To reply about being honest or dishonest: Well, that is up to you. It is best to be honest because lying is only for politicians, dictators, and martians.
To answer your question about being flooded with survey requests: I never get flooded with any surveys through ClixSense at all. You can attempt as many as you want if they are listed or you see them but that does not mean you will qualify to complete them.
To answer your question about 'what the hell?': See forum rule #13. We are not allowed to discuss 'hell' per se. However, my suggestion would be if it takes more than 10 or 15 minutes to do a survey, to close it.
Just a suggestion but you might want to focus more on doing Tasks. For starters, those in
Portugal do not receive many surveys to complete. I think you would probably save more
of your time and make more money by focusing on Tasks.