Clixsense

@dfollin (12365)
United States
July 9, 2011 12:50am CST
I have belonged to that site for years and made continous money and when I was unable to use my computer for some reason or another that wasn't a problem.I went back in and started where I left of as I do here at myLot.But,about a year ago ,my computer was down and when I came back my account was closed well it opened right back up when I clicked the place that said that I want my account to be re opened.It took a couple seconds..But,the money that I had earned was not there anymore.. I emailed them and was told that it is now their policy that if you don't login within 90 days your account will be terminated.It can be re-opened,but your fund will still be deleted.I know that it wasn't 90 days. My computer broke again(my daughter dropped it,ugh)and it had to be repaired.It took 3 weeks and I tried to back into my clixsense account and found it had been closed again and my money is gone. I don't think I am going to deal with that site any longer.Because if my computer break,no internet service,have to move and a delay in conection,sick or whatever then I will lose my account again and my money with it. What do you think?
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8 responses
• United States
9 Jul 11
Clixsense has made a lot of changes but so far I have had no problems with them. My husband did receive his payment faster than I did, but he had already been paid by them and I had not. I assume that is why my payment took longer to get. Many sites nowadays will delete your earnings if you do not log in after a certain period of time. That is why it is best to keep track of these sites and if you need to- use a friend's computer or go to the library if your computer is down.
9 Jul 11
they are on many blacklists for not paying
• United States
10 Jul 11
that's pretty much why i haven't used clixsense in a while.it's a good place,but if you get busy and they keep deleting you,it becomes annoying. a year,i can see.but they have to understand people have things to do sometimes.
• United States
9 Jul 11
I've never used it but I've used a lot of other sites like it. Most of them just build you up to let you down.
@stephcjh (32385)
• United States
9 Jul 11
I know what you mean. I am not sure if I would go back or not. I am an upgraded member there so I would ask to at least have my account upgraded again because I paid for it and it is good for a year.
@dashawk (275)
• Philippines
9 Jul 11
hmmmm well it's not anyone's fault actually. of course your funds will be depleted if there is an inactivity in your account for days... I think you should buy a new computer and place it in a safe place and is out of reach of children, and subscribe for a better ISP....
• Canada
9 Jul 11
I am not sure about 90 days policy, but I have too many referrals that haven't never being active since they joined. Why don't clixsense delete them? Could it be the policy means that your earning be removed instead? I did recalled that my earning got removed due to my inactivities but still be able keeping my account!
@genius277 (535)
• Indonesia
9 Jul 11
Rules will always be a rules. If you don't like it just leave them, its as simple as that. Anyway, did you plan to break your computer again..:D:D:D
@Olleenz (3400)
• Indonesia
9 Jul 11
seem likes you just being scam. But to make sure that you being scam or not, check the site your intended (clixsense) with following steps: 1. Check their domains with ‘whois tool’. If information about them is not clear it could be just a lie or scam. For example: if owner address of the site only P.O. Box address, it high possibility that site just scam. 2. Join with discussion forum that associated with the site you want to check. 3. Check the credibility of their site at www.bbb.org. If their sites had a few complaints (anything),I suggest you to avoid their site (Unless you've proved that the complaint against them was false or unjustified). Ok that's it. I want help you more, but I had problem how to make a blog with multiple pages. Bye .......