Geostring is family of Clixsense ??!!!

@de_toya (2434)
Indonesia
April 30, 2010 12:05am CST
Hey guys! Today I receive email from clixsence (donotreply@clixsense.com). They said that they are family of Geostring. These are family of clixsence: geostring, adhitz.com, and lutlot.com. I have read some discussion here about geostring. This is controversial site just like readbud but most of member agree that geostring is scam site due to their reward for new member on regitering and high payout. But no body can't show the truth. No body can't show that this site is scam. Even, ptc-investgation.blogspot.com under investigation to this site. Today, clixsense sent me an email and claims that geostring is tjeir family. All we know that clixsense is legit site. Can we conclude that geostring is legit site?
4 responses
@mysdianait (63936)
• Italy
30 Apr 10
I see no reason to think that Geostring is not legit. Whether you wish to spend your time recruiting others at 10 cents a time to reach the payout of $100 is another matter. Personally I gave it a miss.
@topffer (28637)
• France
30 Apr 10
You are too generous : they give 1 cent per referral !
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@mysdianait (63936)
• Italy
30 Apr 10
I guess I just couldn't believe that anyone would give such a small amount
@topffer (28637)
• France
30 Apr 10
Ten dollars to sign up is not a small amount. So, you just need 9000 referrals to cashout the first time .
@echomonster (2228)
• Greenwood, Mississippi
30 Apr 10
Yes, Geostring is owned by Clixsense. They have an odd business model to be sure, but it's not like they'll be paying out tons of money...it's extremely difficult to reach the payout there. Geostring is probably not a scam per se, but I don't think trying to earn with it is a very good use of your time.
@de_toya (2434)
• Indonesia
3 May 10
I agree with you. Geostring probably is not scam but it is very hard to reach payout there. Let's wait till someone show the payment proof or scammed since they don't pay.
• United States
30 Apr 10
I'm on the fence about geostring as well. I know for a fact that Clixsense is legit and have made a lot of money with them and so have folks I have referred from my blog. But the GeoString business model doesn't seem to make sense to me. That being said I can't call it a scam yet. I'm basically in a holding pattern waiting to see how this pans out. I think it's really just mental laziness when folks run around calling something a scam and have no proof behind it. These are the same folks that never end up making any money online because they think everything is a scam. So I would take some of the feedback you've read with a grain of salt until there is some solid proof. I just really hope that the folks at clixsense know what they're doing. It would be sad if they risked their reputation with this new venture and it ends up being a fat scam. But time will tell.
@de_toya (2434)
• Indonesia
30 Apr 10
No body can't show the proof. Let the time show us. Thanks for sharing.
@arahvma23 (269)
• Philippines
2 Jul 10
I am using it right now... I wanna know f its true... I have seen posts from people on forums defend this site from negative feedbacks... you can try it out also... http://www.geostring.com/?11800152@amtlive