Has anyone ever used Flixya? It is a social site where they are supposed to be set-up to pay out 100% Google revenue. I joined a little while back to test them out, but although I received impression statistics and reports of clicks, Google never paid but for just one click even though I showed more - Strange. So I just want to know if Flixya.com has worked for anyone here before I assume that their system is flawed or doesn't work for anyone at all.
I didn't even know they existed, I really am gettin behind the times lol
Most of my stolen hubs are stolen by people at Flixya. My experience with them has been almost completely negative. They only took down the stolen material after I threatened to email Google with copies of our correspondence.
There are other good sites that pay ad revenue. Hub Pages is my favorite, but Associated Content is good too. Bukisa is another one that seems legit.
I had found a flixya member told about this, what do you think about this:
Please This message for the innocent users only (an advice)
I am look2010 a flixya member, first I know there are a lot of bad users who click on their ads and ask others too. But I am not one of them. and I never did.
I swear that what I will tell you is the truth .
Last autumn, When I sign in flixya for the first time, I thought that
• If I do not click my ads .
• If I do not ask others to click my ads .
• If I do not break any Google adsense rules.
I will never be banned by Google adsesne like the old users that I heard about,
But I was wrong ,
this month , When I was on flixya as usually
(as an active user who was wasting his time for nothing )
I found that Google adsense has banned my account that day. I thought that there was a reason for what happened .
So what I found :
1. they will approve your account and at the time of payment they will suspend your account . Google tends to wait until you've earned enough for your next payment to close down your account. Google will terminate flixya's users accounts just for money , when your earnings hit around the $100 dollar mark that means they should pay.
2. You are just a poor person compared to Google and Poor people have always been crushed by the rich guys. That's what is exactly happening here.
3. they have to say is, we found something fishy in your account and hence your banned. Since, they don't show you any logs.
4. Simply Google wants your money, $ 100 x flixya users = thousand dollars .
5. they know we (innocents) could not sue them as we are not A big site (big company) which has lawyers.
So if you are a flixya's user, make sure , you will be banned soon , even if you don't click on your ads , even if you do not ask others to click your ads, even if you don't break any rules. Believe or not, your account will be disabled when your earnings hit around the $100 dollar mark.
you will see by yourself . try it and waste your time here, and give them some money in the end.
I WISH SOMEONE COULD SUE THEM (google).
I know flixya's admin will delete this message (you know flixya belong to Google ),
so please copy it and paste in other sites. I want the whole world to know the truth .who Google adsense is !
You can re-edit it because my English is not good.
please tell the truth.
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