cony7090 wrote: Hello,
Probably I'm going to see my family in Mexico in mid-September and return home until late October.
I do not want to lose my account for inactivity, will be more than 30 days,
What should I do?
Can I access my account on the public Internet from another country?
Can I access my account from a relative's house?
Or how I could make, that I return to my normal activity at the end of October?
Thanks for your time and help, I appreciate it.
-- No worries; an account only gets reset ( that means, all your earnings and records go back to zero
) if a member fails to log in within 90-days of inactivity -- so even if you be off for quite some time, just remember to check up your account at least once a month ( or once in two months ) if you have matters that require your presence
-- Technically, yes -- but just to be on the safe side, it's best not to access any account you have using a public internet connection; there's always a chance that someone in that public hub may skim ( "steal"
) information from those using such hubs, and may use that info for other purposes ( that's why you'll get to see some warnings to be very careful surfing on public wifi connections like airports or coffee shops
-- Unless your relative has an account in ClixSense, best not; if you use your relative's connection, their ISP will be noted by the security programs of ClixSense and will check if there are any members using that -- if they have an account in CS, and you use their connection to check up your status, both of you can be flagged for fraud. So to avoid this, contact the HelpDesk via submitting a HelpDesk Ticket for inquiries
Well, the last question up there, I guess, falls under the Inquiry#1 -- just log in when you get back from the vacation like it was just another day to earn ( just don't take too long with your vacation Imagine that: having a 90-day vacation