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FusionCash / Re: 150 New Emails but No Credit
« on: January 25, 2008, 08:10:06 am »Message ID: 16540
...issue resolved...

FusionCash / Re: 150 New Emails but No Credit
« on: January 24, 2008, 12:14:33 pm »Message ID: 16461
 ??? why am I receiving emails from the same advertisers  and their partners who haven't credited my account?
Would you sign up for 150 new emails for free?
Obviously, somewhere or someone isn't crediting, in essence, I'm signing up for these offers for free and receiving emails in the 100's in total by the end of the day.

I find that a scam in itself

FusionCash / 150 New Emails but No Credit
« on: January 24, 2008, 11:09:07 am »Message ID: 16447
In total, I will say I am out $10 at least from new offers that haven't credited in over 3 days. What I find odd are those same advertisers sending me emails welcoming me as a new member. I have never had an offer credit after 1 day.

Moreover, allow me to play the counter arguement

Some will say...clear your cookies or cache
{My reply...}This has nothing to do with an offer crediting.
If you clear the cookies then it's likely you will be logged out of fusioncash
and NOT receive credit

Some will say...some advertisers credit in 2-3 days
{My Reply...} I have never received credit after the same day the offer was completed

I'm starting to think this is some type of scam. I mean I have 150 emails at my 'throwaway email address.' Before I started doing these offers again this week,
I received zero emails. Fusioncash, is the only site I use the email address on.

Fastweb has NOT credited and it's a $5 offer...I have $5 other $1 offers that haven't credited. But they sure do send me emails welcoming me a a member.

Offers / Re: FastWeb Scholarships anyone get credited for this?
« on: January 23, 2008, 12:13:08 pm »Message ID: 16328
jan 23, 2008 still no fastweb credit, sounds like a $5 sign up scam

Payments / Re: Is GiveUsYour2Cents Crediting Everyday?
« on: January 18, 2008, 08:13:33 am »Message ID: 15886
After they ask you a bunch of 'survey questions' one receives this message...
Unfortunately you did not qualify for this survey based upon your answers. Donít worry, this is completely normal and youíre welcome to take another survey.

But in effect you already answered survey questions, like about
"birth control" you agree or disagree. I answered 3-5 pages of this

Payments / Is GiveUsYour2Cents Crediting Everyday?
« on: January 18, 2008, 08:06:50 am »Message ID: 15885

I completed the survey 2-3 days ago, still have reeived no credit from fusion cash.
Instread I receive plenty of emails pertaining to the filled out survey from the other sponsors

Payments / Re: who's gotten paid if you cashed out 12-31 or before?
« on: January 11, 2008, 08:30:37 am »Message ID: 15422
Does the Jan 20th date one expects payment, apply to direct deposits as well or only payments sent in the mail?

Payments / Re: IP address question
« on: January 08, 2008, 08:03:51 am »Message ID: 15193
IP's are tracked by mac address, cookies, location and server/browser identification.

Payments / Re: who's gotten paid if you cashed out 12-31 or before?
« on: January 08, 2008, 08:00:57 am »Message ID: 15192
Technically one can use that same arguement for aol, netzero, cable broadband.
Even if two people used the same isp address {not isp} the "mac address" would differ
as it's two different computers.

Payments / Re: 3 weeks to a month to receive your first check...?
« on: January 03, 2008, 11:37:56 am »Message ID: 14933
 Cashed out, completed all verifications. We'll  see if I receive my money.
By the way, if you don't like the topic of the thread...don't reply...

Payments / Re: 3 weeks to a month to receive your first check...?
« on: December 29, 2007, 12:13:18 pm »Message ID: 14486
By the way, the post office already knows who owns this site. A business or person that does business with the public must reveal their actual address and show identification to receive the po box. Now all it takes is one complaint to the postal inspector that a po box is being used to commit a fraud. Moreover the post office must give the address of who owns that po box. Now let me say this, you are not dealing with some kid fresh out of law school. Who nows nothing about how to have intenret sites commiting fraud prosecuted.
Now I will say this. I'm not implying this site is doing this. We will see what happens around jan 20

Payments / Re: 3 weeks to a month to receive your first check...?
« on: December 29, 2007, 12:07:49 pm »Message ID: 14485
 ??? Alissatucci  & HardTimer...

1...Why doesn't this 'legit' site have a mailing address and telephone number?
You all seem to have constantly ignored this question

2...Do you know who really owns this site?

3. Terms of Services means nothing if it breaks City, State or Federal law.
Why so many can't comprehend this paert is amazing

Do you understand their are laws against internet fraud.
Regardless of what the TOS may say, if a fraud, theft or attempted theft of fraud occurs
than that breaks the law. Belive me the State and city prosecutors will be interested if they learn a a site is committing a fraud by po box and is registered in their city. By the way, I have made no threats.
I said if I am not paid I will do this. That's not a threat but a promise.

Payments / Re: 3 weeks to a month to receive your first check...?
« on: December 28, 2007, 11:52:22 am »Message ID: 14398
 :o tragicrabbit ...
what doesn't make sense is you replying with the 'intent' to debate or argue.
If you don't like the content do not reply.
Peope like you complain than do the same thing you're complaining about.

Moreover the topic of the thread changed from when one get's paid to why so many have not been paid.
Still no one has answered why this 'legit' site has no mailing address or telephone number posted?
But they wish to verify all your info? The 'about me' section doesn't even explain who is behind this site...For all the people that claimed to have been paid, I have read posts of different people who have not been paid.

As I stated previously, if I am not paid I will be filing complaints with the Santa Cruz police, California Attorney General's office and the FBI fraud internet website. As well as telephone  and fax the city prosecutor in  Santa Cruz. According to my research Tyler D. is the owner of this site....and the address listed is a po box.
It is Federal mail fraud for any person or company to use a po box to commit a fraud.
This  site is supposedly incorporated.

Payments / Re: 3 weeks to a month to receive your first check...?
« on: December 26, 2007, 02:47:11 pm »Message ID: 14272
 :o You all are confusing two seperate issues. First of foremost, any site can state in their TOS (Terms of Service)
if it violates state or federal law that trumps any sites TOS. Moreover, any transactions (internet) that crosses state lines and a credit card is used is deemed a federal crime, since is crossed state lines. Depends on if the Feds wish to push it. Now allow me to respond.

Someone mentioned a lawyer would laugh... A civil lawyer has nothing to do with state and federal crimes.
If people are being 'deceived with the intent to deceive' that  in itself is a fraud and deception, both are crimes, especially if a credit card is used. Though, one does not have to respond to credit card offers.
'Intent' is once one completes the offer one receives x amount of instant credit.

Hence you spend money and didn't receive item or 'agreed upon amount' in other words, you completed the offer for credit not to really receive the item. That is deception and fraud, epsecially if it's known beforehand that advertiser will not pay out.

Lastly, the 'fraud, deception, theft' occures when you complete work for instant credit it's never received but the site receives their share of your work. Unless you're working for free.

So in essence if the site receives any compensation for work or referrals by you (or your friends) and one isn't paid, that is a's fraud, a deception, a theft. The fraud is that they never had intentions to pay. The deception is they told you if you signed up you will receive this credit/money. The theft is if they are paid but you are not. But you did the work.

Now I'm not saying the site is doing this. I'm answering questions why if the site doesn't pay it's a crime of state and federal...By the way, I find it odd this site has no mailing address listed nor telephone number, but they wish to verify your address, phone and/or bank account...ciao


Payments / Re: 3 weeks to a month to receive your first check...?
« on: December 23, 2007, 10:44:24 am »Message ID: 14125
Let me put it to you this way, if they try to bs me with the telephone verification or do not send my money.
I will personally take the paper work to the city prosecutor of the city this company is located.
I will file theft charges with the police and get the Attorney General involved.
Let's just say, I know people in law enforcement who will bring a sh- storm on this site and the owners of it
Especially, once they learn others have been denied payment. That is fraud 101 for work rendered

yes just along as they pay u for the time and effort that u spent on the site then i don't see a problem but if they don't pay u then i would report it..

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