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Offers / Re: Trick Question Or Typo?
« on: Today at 11:57:35 am »Message ID: 1198741
Looks like a typo. I would have choosen option 1
Yeah, I think it is just a typo.
I agree; I believe it was a typo as well.  Don't you find it ironic that as survey takers we are asked to take our time, be accurate and so on? 

I think we should be able to report typos to the survey companies and be compensated 3 times the original amount.  LOL.  I am so very much kidding.   :silly:

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FusionCash / Re: Back Again
« on: Yesterday at 03:45:39 am »Message ID: 1198423
Been gone for a couple weeks, had a heart attack. Had a diffubulator put in, still a little weak but back to earn again.

A warm hello to all and may this be a great year for FC and it's family.
Hello Rob.  I'm so glad to see that you are back.  Please take great care of yourself and yes, or course, Many Happy Earnings!  :thumbsup:  :)

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FusionCash / Re: Daily Cash Email
« on: Yesterday at 03:42:44 am »Message ID: 1198422
Well, today is another day and whatever the issue was yesterday, it is not an issue today.  I just completed my Daily Cash Email without any trouble at all. 

That's the nice thing about FC; whatever the issue happens to be, whether it's Fusion Cash related or not, the problems don't last long at all; at least not for me.

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Off-Topic / Re: This could save your life
« on: February 18, 2018, 12:18:17 pm »Message ID: 1198347
It makes perfect sense, you're making your own personal crash cart, in a sense.  The heart needs a heavy jolt because it is out of rhythm.  Strong, forceful coughing simulates just that.

I'm bookmarking this page right now.  Thanks for the great reminder.

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Suggestions / Re: How many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop?
« on: February 18, 2018, 12:06:58 pm »Message ID: 1198346
Honest to Pete I actually did count it once.  Unfortunately I never wrote the total number down so I'll probably have to try it again. 

Am I the only person on the entire planet who has ever done this before?  I was not bored with nothing better to do, I just wanted to take on a new, different and exciting project.  :silly:


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Off-Topic / Re: cashout completed, nothing removed
« on: February 18, 2018, 12:00:32 pm »Message ID: 1198344
I've never had any surveys revoked, thankfully.  It does happen though as some members have stated. 

That is the main reason why Fusion Cash recommends that you build up your account balance to at least $30 instead of the $25 minimum.  Sometimes offers are revoked. 

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FusionCash / Daily Cash Email
« on: February 18, 2018, 11:35:31 am »Message ID: 1198341
I think this may have happened to me once or twice before: The link to my FC Daily Cash Email took me right back to my email inbox.  A broken link perhaps or maybe some other issue. 

No daily cash for me today; at least not yet.  I thought maybe the site was down so I tried right away to log on and had no problems at all. 

Anyhow, has this happened to any of you? 

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Offers / Trick Question Or Typo?
« on: February 17, 2018, 02:58:31 am »Message ID: 1198099
I logged on to my survey page this morning and started one of the questionnaires. One of the qualifying questions asked:

The company you work for/own employees _____ many people.

O.K. this is easy enough, so far so good.

Here are my options -

0-$50,000
$50,001-$75,000
$75,001-$100,000

and so forth.   ???  Whaaaaat?

Well I know it's early in the morning right now but I still think that I'm alert enough to see that something is not quite adding up.   :P

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FusionCash / Re: Got paid
« on: February 17, 2018, 02:49:16 am »Message ID: 1198098
I got an early start to my online activities and was pleasantly surprised by the email notifying me that my cash out request has been sent to Pay pal. 

Actually, for as reliable as Fusion Cash is, I don't know if surprised is the right word to use.  It was, however, pleasant nonetheless. 

Thank you again, Fusion Cash.

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Support / Re: Surveys down?
« on: February 15, 2018, 10:50:58 am »Message ID: 1197798
I just accessed my survey page from another tab and it is full of offers and I am able to open them as well.  The only time I have ever had any issues like what you are describing is when Fusion Cash is down for maintenance. 

Also, I don't use Google Chrome on my earning sites so I don't know what to suggest there. 

Maybe if you clear history, log off for a few minutes then log back on again, it will reset.

I hope it goes well for you soon.

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FusionCash / Re: What I've Learned
« on: February 15, 2018, 10:45:30 am »Message ID: 1197796
Never give up on offers if they don't work the first time. Try again every once in a while to see if something changed and you can complete the offer. Especially if you are struggling to make your 5 cents for PTC.
That is so true, I agree.  I had something nice happen to me about two days ago.  What I'm about to share is nothing new to me; this kind of thing occurs often because of your advice: Never give up. 

Even though my experience involved offers in general and not just one particular opportunity, the results are the same.

I was working on a survey and came to its' completion.  Instead of getting full credit, I was DQ'd and only got a penny.  After a slight frown that lasted for three seconds tops, I went right back to the survey page and attempted another ( from the same survey panel ).

This time I went all the way through and got full credit.

My first attempt lasted about 10 minutes and I got a penny.  My second attempt was also about 10 minutes and I got 40 cents. 

I have no problem when that happens. 


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Off-Topic / Re: HELP my ears !!
« on: February 15, 2018, 10:34:08 am »Message ID: 1197793
It was stated that peroxide helps and I agree.  You may also try a few drops of vitamin E oil in the ear canal.  After about 30 minutes or so, use a bulb syringe filled with warm water to gently flush out the ear canal. 

It may take a couple of times to get relief but I suggest that you give it a couple of days between treatments. 

Whatever you do, don't push anymore with Q tips or anything.  I remember hearing once that the only thing you should put in your ear is your elbow.   :silly:

Hope you get relief soon!  :)

HEEEELLLLP, I cant get my elbow out of my ear now...ha ha ha ha
Oh dear.  Somehow I just knew that this would happen.  LOL 

Anyway, to remove your elbows from your ears first you will need : 2 cups of baby oil, 1 extra large monkey wrench, and a good friend with a great sense of humor.   ::)



Hey, do YOU have a monkey wrench I can borrow ? I don't have any friends, will you be my friend with a sense of humor hehe
I can certainly be your friend with a sense of humor.  LOL  I will have to search for the monkey wrench, though.  The closest thing I have been able to come up with are needle nose pliers.    ::)

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Off-Topic / Re: HELP my ears !!
« on: February 14, 2018, 01:42:33 pm »Message ID: 1197647
It was stated that peroxide helps and I agree.  You may also try a few drops of vitamin E oil in the ear canal.  After about 30 minutes or so, use a bulb syringe filled with warm water to gently flush out the ear canal. 

It may take a couple of times to get relief but I suggest that you give it a couple of days between treatments. 

Whatever you do, don't push anymore with Q tips or anything.  I remember hearing once that the only thing you should put in your ear is your elbow.   :silly:

Hope you get relief soon!  :)

HEEEELLLLP, I cant get my elbow out of my ear now...ha ha ha ha
Oh dear.  Somehow I just knew that this would happen.  LOL 

Anyway, to remove your elbows from your ears first you will need : 2 cups of baby oil, 1 extra large monkey wrench, and a good friend with a great sense of humor.   ::)


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Off-Topic / Re: HELP my ears !!
« on: February 13, 2018, 11:49:45 am »Message ID: 1197460
It was stated that peroxide helps and I agree.  You may also try a few drops of vitamin E oil in the ear canal.  After about 30 minutes or so, use a bulb syringe filled with warm water to gently flush out the ear canal. 

It may take a couple of times to get relief but I suggest that you give it a couple of days between treatments. 

Whatever you do, don't push anymore with Q tips or anything.  I remember hearing once that the only thing you should put in your ear is your elbow.   :silly:

Hope you get relief soon!  :)

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FusionCash / Re: fusioncash
« on: February 12, 2018, 07:57:02 pm »Message ID: 1197369
hello i am new on here any ideas on how to make more money faster on here
Hi and welcome.  Log in early and often.  Focus on what the site has to offer and not on any one bad day you may have experienced.  There will be 'slow' days.  Ride those out.  Don't lose the faith or your focus.

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