Clixsense, a Paid-To-Click leading the industry since 2007, announced on the 8th February 2017 that PayPal had to be removed from deposit and withdrawal options.
Why this Clixsense PayPal ban? The reason quoted for this removal is that the “business model was now in violation of *their* (*PayPal*) user agreement”.
Clixsense Paypal Suspended: official message from the Clixsense Admin:
On Monday, February 6th Paypal placed a hold on our account. They advised me that due to new policy changes the ClixSense business model was now in violation of their user agreement and we would have to stop processing all payments (in and payments out).
We attribute this change to a significant amount of fly by night PTC, HYIPs, traffic exchanges, etc. that have made this industry look bad for those that run a legitimate business.
I have had several conference calls with Paypal over the last few days trying to convince them that we’ve posed no risk for the last seven years since we’ve introduced them, and even our account rep agrees, but in their eyes, it did not matter. On Tuesday afternoon I was told I would get a definitive answer either last night or this morning if we would be able to continue with them for at least mass pay cashouts. I received the call today that they are not allowing us to process with them anymore. If you haven’t noticed, the option to pay by Paypal has been removed from the site.
There you go, clixsense paypal blocked…
Clixsense Paypal Withdrawal Cancelled: what’s next?
How will this clixsense paypal issue be handled?
As per Jim Grago’s words, the current PayPal withdrawal requests will be canceled, and the funds will be returned to your account balance.
You will be able to ask for a new withdrawal through the processor of your choice, such as Payoneer or Paytoo.
Alternatively, they are looking into adding Skrill and fixing Payza issues (in the USA) asap.
And they are also seeking for a bitcoin processors able to deal with high-volume transactions with a USA merchant. But it sounds quite a challenge to find a bitcoin processor which hold an MSB (license) to send funds from the United States legally.
Will PayPal get rid of all the Paid-To-Click, Traffic Exchanges, and Revenue Shares?
After Easyhits4u (biggest Traffic Exchange, since 2003) and Clixsense (second largest Paid-To-Click, since 2007) being suspended; people start to wonder if this will happen to all other websites with similar business models.
So far, at Neobux, the administrator does not look worried:
What is your opinion? Are you worried that other sites will follow?
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Which processors do you plan to use to purchase your advertising services or collect your affiliates commissions? Let me know in comments! :-)
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