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    • katykicker
    • By katykicker 5th Jan 17, 8:02 AM
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    Clixsense, Neobux, Crowdflower 2017 Thread
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    • 5th Jan 17, 8:02 AM
    Clixsense, Neobux, Crowdflower 2017 Thread 5th Jan 17 at 8:02 AM
    This is the new thread for Clixsense. Best of luck for 2017!

    You can find a link to the previous thread here.

    As most of us now use Neobux/other Crowdflower websites for a variety of different purposes/to maximise earnings it is easier to have a better title, to allow others to find this helpful thread.

    As always feel free to talk about anything from these websites, ask for help and advice. If you have a question please feel free to ask, even if you think it may have been asked before.

    We welcomes newbies and older returning members and if you want to read my Clixsense guide then you can do so below.

    Please note that referral links are NOT allowed on this board, at all!

    Many people who post on this forum have referral links on the referrals board so feel free to have a look there if you want to join up.

    Don't forget to set up your alerts for this new thread!

    Just click on 'Thread Tools' and then 'Subscribe to this thread'. Then select the frequency for alerts.
    Jealousy is when you count someone else's blessings instead of your own.
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    • dave2319
    • By dave2319 10th May 17, 10:11 PM
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    Shame as I got loads last time on neo. Which site are you doing it on VG?
    Originally posted by Kantankrus Mare
    Vampire Girl mentions InstaGC, and they're crediting fine for me at Clixsense.
    Taking longer than the 12 minutes it says, but that might just be my computer and connection speed. Nice to see them back

    Thanks, VG.
    • vampire-girl
    • By vampire-girl 11th May 17, 12:30 AM
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    Shame as I got loads last time on neo. Which site are you doing it on VG?
    Originally posted by Kantankrus Mare
    I can't get it to credit on NeoBux, which is where I used videolab last time it was around.

    I've been doing it on InstaGC (The times when I've been away from laptop for a while) I got 10 rounds earlier.
    • vampire-girl
    • By vampire-girl 25th May 17, 11:40 AM
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    I thought I had already posted this but I retried VideoLab on NeoBux and its crediting there now.
    • purplevamp
    • By purplevamp 25th May 17, 7:15 PM
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    Just did a 30 second vid on Clixsense, had other things opened on the side so wasn't paying too much attention to the ad, but then out of the corner of my eye saw a bald man bobbing his head up and down My DD was in the room with me too, but luckily she was too engrossed in her video games.
    Mortgage: Was: £154,495 Oct 2039
    Now: £133,696.03 Mar 2038
    MFW #28 £1100/£3,000

    Swagbucks ~ £170 (2016 ~ £340)
    Surveys ~ £180.45 (2016 ~ £407.55)
    PTC, etc ~ $199.19 (2016 ~ $696.89)

    Goodbye Princess Leia

    Money's money my little honey! A rich man's jokes are always funny
    • katykicker
    • By katykicker 26th May 17, 11:08 AM
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    katykicker
    Just did a 30 second vid on Clixsense, had other things opened on the side so wasn't paying too much attention to the ad, but then out of the corner of my eye saw a bald man bobbing his head up and down My DD was in the room with me too, but luckily she was too engrossed in her video games.
    Originally posted by purplevamp
    That is awful!!!!!
    Jealousy is when you count someone else's blessings instead of your own.
    • purplevamp
    • By purplevamp 31st May 17, 8:53 PM
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    I know this thread is only for clixsense, neobux and crowdflower...

    but does anyone doe clixten? I've been doing it for about a year or so and today they have decided to wipe everyones balances to zero This seems to be happening a lot with the ptc sites.
    Mortgage: Was: £154,495 Oct 2039
    Now: £133,696.03 Mar 2038
    MFW #28 £1100/£3,000

    Swagbucks ~ £170 (2016 ~ £340)
    Surveys ~ £180.45 (2016 ~ £407.55)
    PTC, etc ~ $199.19 (2016 ~ $696.89)

    Goodbye Princess Leia

    Money's money my little honey! A rich man's jokes are always funny
    • nickyotron
    • By nickyotron 3rd Jun 17, 3:30 PM
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    Hmm VideoLabs seemed to have dried up on ClixSense. Do they run anywhere else at all? (Aprt from neo)
    • purplevamp
    • By purplevamp 3rd Jun 17, 5:13 PM
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    Hmm VideoLabs seemed to have dried up on ClixSense. Do they run anywhere else at all? (Aprt from neo)
    Originally posted by nickyotron
    They were on Swagbucks but have now stopped. I can't evens see them on neobux anymore.
    Mortgage: Was: £154,495 Oct 2039
    Now: £133,696.03 Mar 2038
    MFW #28 £1100/£3,000

    Swagbucks ~ £170 (2016 ~ £340)
    Surveys ~ £180.45 (2016 ~ £407.55)
    PTC, etc ~ $199.19 (2016 ~ $696.89)

    Goodbye Princess Leia

    Money's money my little honey! A rich man's jokes are always funny
    • hendryap
    • By hendryap 4th Jun 17, 1:01 PM
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    hendryap
    Anyone know how do this job on crowdflower :
    Find Emails And Linkedin Profiles Of Senior Technical Leadership For Companies

    There's no instruction or example about this job. I'm kinda worried about doing this job, i don't want fail this job.

    Btw, its level 1 job.

    thanks in advance.
    • dave2319
    • By dave2319 5th Jun 17, 6:00 PM
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    Hmm VideoLabs seemed to have dried up on ClixSense. Do they run anywhere else at all? (Aprt from neo)
    Originally posted by nickyotron
    I ran VideoLab quite a bit last month when EngageMe (on the Adscend wall) wasn't doing much, but in the last 2 or 3 days EngageMe's been earning nicely for me again at Clixsense.
    I know it varies, but if it's not in the mood I think it's worth trying again another time!
    • m1kjm
    • By m1kjm 5th Jun 17, 8:04 PM
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    I've given up on Clixsense now it's dried up and the paypal disaster.

    I've managed to cash out a Tango visa card but it's in dollars. Does anyone know how I can add the card to my UK Amazon account?
    • m1kjm
    • By m1kjm 6th Jun 17, 12:10 PM
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    I think I'm sorted - rather than adding the Tango card directly to my Amazon balance, I have to buy an Amazon gift card by email and then apply that to my Amazon balance. What a palaver.
    Goodbye Clix Sense!
    • nickyotron
    • By nickyotron 7th Jun 17, 6:29 PM
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    Just thought I'd post this as I've been mugged for over £4 for withdrawing cash from new Skrill account (money from CS) to my bank :|

    " We apply different fees depending on the method used to withdraw funds, but we always keep fees low:

    Skrill Card* ATM withdrawals cost 1.75%.
    Bank withdrawals to primary bank accounts cost €5.50.
    Bank withdrawals to secondary bank accounts may cost up to €5.50.
    •Credit/debit card withdrawals cost 7.5%. "
    • Kantankrus Mare
    • By Kantankrus Mare 7th Jun 17, 6:55 PM
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    Think I wil stick to my method of transferring to skrill but then withdrawing to neo each time I reach $10. Works at the moment as I can make use of the extra funds in neobux but even when I dont need it there.......its probably more cost effective to still transfer it there and then withdraw to paypal.

    Bet clix have lost lots of users due to no longer using paypal. I was recently on holiday for 11 days and got an email from clix to encourage me to go back to them. Never had this before so I guess they are trying to hang onto members.
    Make £10 a day challenge Jan/£215.84/ Feb £146.45/ Mar £192.55/Apr £171.20/ May £156.40/june £95.55/ Jul £348.85
    Walk 2000 miles in 2017....1115.99 miles
    • Kavor
    • By Kavor 7th Jun 17, 7:47 PM
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    Kavor
    Just thought I'd post this as I've been mugged for over £4 for withdrawing cash from new Skrill account (money from CS) to my bank :|

    " We apply different fees depending on the method used to withdraw funds, but we always keep fees low:

    Skrill Card* ATM withdrawals cost 1.75%.
    Bank withdrawals to primary bank accounts cost €5.50.
    Bank withdrawals to secondary bank accounts may cost up to €5.50.
    •Credit/debit card withdrawals cost 7.5%. "
    Originally posted by nickyotron
    The charges are clearly shown on the Skrill website though. Surely you compared the charges for all of the possible providers, before deciding to go with Skrill, so it shouldn't of been a surprise to you.
    • nickyotron
    • By nickyotron 8th Jun 17, 7:45 PM
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    nickyotron
    As you can clearly see I've posted their charges for every one to see. So every one who wants to can judge for themselves if it's for them or not. So surprised? No. Annoyed? Yes. I think it's scandalous what some 'online wallets' charge you.
    PayPal was easily the best 'online wallet' Clix Sense dealt with. Unless you have any suggestions that give you better value I will continue looking and testing and sharing. Thanks.
    • vampire-girl
    • By vampire-girl 10th Jun 17, 11:31 AM
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    vampire-girl
    Copied from an earlier post
    I used Payza and they took 5days to pay.
    They charge 2.90% + 30p to receive funds. Then I converted to sterling (there wasn't a fee for this) as I couldn't see anything about withdrawing to paypal. It costs £2.25 to transfer to a bank.

    I think it's going to be better now to just cash out less often in clix because of the fees, rather than every week or even every month. Otherwise even just transferring it to payza it's still the fees such as the 30p each time and the 2.90%

    You can convert to an exchanger as well but I don't see the need to use that for sites am not familiar with.

    ...
    I remember I looked at Payoneer and they wanted a lot of personal info including a driving license or passport copied and full bank details including the 3 digit security number on back of card. So no way was I giving out my passport etc.
    • purplevamp
    • By purplevamp 11th Jun 17, 5:14 PM
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    purplevamp
    Anyone having problems with neobux today? The fixed ads (orange) load but don't seem to complete and then when I refresh the page it says an error has occured.
    Mortgage: Was: £154,495 Oct 2039
    Now: £133,696.03 Mar 2038
    MFW #28 £1100/£3,000

    Swagbucks ~ £170 (2016 ~ £340)
    Surveys ~ £180.45 (2016 ~ £407.55)
    PTC, etc ~ $199.19 (2016 ~ $696.89)

    Goodbye Princess Leia

    Money's money my little honey! A rich man's jokes are always funny
    • trix-a-belle
    • By trix-a-belle 11th Jun 17, 5:53 PM
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    trix-a-belle
    Anyone having problems with neobux today? The fixed ads (orange) load but don't seem to complete and then when I refresh the page it says an error has occured.
    Originally posted by purplevamp
    sorry to hear you're having problems PV, they were working earlier when I did them around 8am
    - Mortgage: £ 53000 0! Mortgage Free!
    - Student Loan: £ 7100 0!
    Swagbucks, Neobux, GiffGaff, Roamler, Qmee & Quidco; thank you MSE every little bit helps
    MFiT-T4
    • purplevamp
    • By purplevamp 11th Jun 17, 5:57 PM
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    purplevamp
    sorry to hear you're having problems PV, they were working earlier when I did them around 8am
    Originally posted by trix-a-belle
    I've managed to do all of them except 2. They're for eToro so it may just be them playing up.
    Mortgage: Was: £154,495 Oct 2039
    Now: £133,696.03 Mar 2038
    MFW #28 £1100/£3,000

    Swagbucks ~ £170 (2016 ~ £340)
    Surveys ~ £180.45 (2016 ~ £407.55)
    PTC, etc ~ $199.19 (2016 ~ $696.89)

    Goodbye Princess Leia

    Money's money my little honey! A rich man's jokes are always funny
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