Attention/ This page has been updated due to the big changes which occurred to ClixSense.
The ownership of ClixSense has been transferred to a new company’s ownership named YSense, LLC along with changing its domain name and logo, which means, ySense.com now is considered a new business operated by Prodege, LLC.
However, the new project maintained the same data users of ClixSense.
|ClixSense.com Has Been Sold
ClixSense was a PTC + Paid Surveys platform where members can earn free cash by viewing advertisements, voicing opinions, recruiting others, and completing mini tasks. It was also a place for playing flash games for free. ClixSense.com was online since February 2007 until July 31, 2019 when its last owner Jim Grago have decided to (likely) sell it to Josef Gorowitz who owns Swabucks, ShopAtHome, and other Prodege brands. In fact, ClixSense was a popular platform for money seekers especially in its beginning, I personally joined ClixSense on Januray 28, 2016 due to its good reputation during that period.
I was an active member in ClixSense for several years and everything was going well except the moment when its administrator encountered some difficulties in finding solutions for the payments issues.
To make it clear, Clixsense became unsustainable when its manager failed to maintain the payment processor of PayPal.
If I am not wrong, the year of 2017 is the time when PayPal has no longer accept dealing with any business that has relation to PTC models, and this may include even the related names such as Clix and Bux (The names of PTC sites are often contain a word like Click, Clix,or Bux).
The modern terms of PayPal, of course, let ClixSense faced a hard obstacle, because most of its members are preferring to use only PayPal for receiving payments online, meanwhile, the most used service in ClixSense is the Paid To Click.
It is noteworthy to mention that PayPal has refused to deal with PTC industry due to the many scammers who manage this type of businesses to deceive people.
At the end, the admin of ClixSense has found that removing the PTC feature and changing the company`s domain name is the only solution for restoring the payment method of PayPal, therefore, letting the registered members receive their financial earnings.
Those are some reasons which could answer the question of what makes Jim Grago dispense with ClixSense or transfer its ownership.
Did ClixSense scam us?
Before ClixSense has gone, specifically during the modifications that occurred to the ClixSense affiliate program, I lost all my referrals that I got because they were not active in logging in, which is generally a reason that I do not like in online companies. Do note that scammers are interested to add this type of terms in their projects!
Besides, I think that the owner of ClixSense made a mistake for not informing his customers about the radical changes, because the companies owners and their members are partners, so the important news about their venture should be shared or known between them at least.
Those are the negative aspects which I have noticed about ClixSense, hence, the company was not a profitable one for me.
How about you?