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fc2

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Why are we forced to build money from offers and then have to collect cashouts of money within 6 months?


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Re: Why is there a time limit to build and then collect on cashouts?
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2012, 06:15:12 pm »
I wish it wasn't like this either.(I don't like the pressure!) But it isn't too difficult to reach the payout time limit if you're willing to stick with it.

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Re: Why is there a time limit to build and then collect on cashouts?
« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2012, 06:24:40 pm »
It's more of a book-keeping thing. The company doesn't want to hold on to small accounts forever. I would like to see them go to an inactive account type-thing. If the account has not earned any money in 30 days then the money should be forfeited. As long as the account is accessed or earns money then it should kept open with the money in it.
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Re: Why is there a time limit to build and then collect on cashouts?
« Reply #3 on: January 04, 2012, 06:34:25 pm »
it actually helps keep the people that are serious about doing this in line too.  it makes it difficult to keep up with accounts that do maybe one survey a month. or once every six months

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Re: Why is there a time limit to build and then collect on cashouts?
« Reply #4 on: January 30, 2012, 09:55:51 am »
I don't like it either.  :- well, on the postings I would understand, they want us to be active and will get those expired. But on regular offers, if the site gets paid the money should be there never to expire.  :confused1:

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Re: Why is there a time limit to build and then collect on cashouts?
« Reply #5 on: January 30, 2012, 10:09:09 am »
i can comprehend the being 'serious' about using this site to earn cash, i think? But i think the senior members in this site ought to share their extensive experience with making cash in here and reveal their secrets to help less advanced members get the hang of it. Otherwise, our hard earned cents everday just get expired the next day. Time limits are a bit harsh if you ask me.

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Re: Why is there a time limit to build and then collect on cashouts?
« Reply #6 on: January 30, 2012, 11:16:54 am »
 :wave: well its not hard to qualify for cash out in 6 months, actually 3. all u have to do is 2 cenr dailt e-mail, 15 cent daily tasks, watch a cent or 2 video. post on forum. takes just few minutes a day. if this is all u do add it up $3.00 paid to post times 3 = $9.00 bucks. 17-18 cents a day times 30 = #.510 to $5.40 times 3 = $ 15.30-$16.20 + $9.00 is right around $25.00 if ur a little short do a survey or a couple a tasks. imean doing the min. u can pick-up $25.00 every 3 months for maybe 5 to 7 minutes aday just fooling around. i have only been on here nine days and have over $17.00 not counting paid to post bonus so i will probably have first cash-out in a few days. just do the basics and it adds up. take anothe 30 mins or so a day. so a survey or a couple tasks, feel out an occasional ( free ones) i havent spent a dime yet. so hang in there and goodluck. 6 months is plenty of time to cash-out

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Re: Why is there a time limit to build and then collect on cashouts?
« Reply #7 on: January 30, 2012, 02:28:32 pm »
I wish i knew.  I can't stand that either.  I wanted to build to a certian money point then cash out but they won't let you.  If you reach that point and don't cash out (like I did once) your money doesn't add up.  It subtracts and your left (until you cash out) earing the same exact money you earned the day before.  It's rather fustrating and they should change it but they won't. 

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Re: Why is there a time limit to build and then collect on cashouts?
« Reply #8 on: January 30, 2012, 07:32:10 pm »
It streamlines the entire process so that FC can use its resources better.

It also helps to pay for some of these offers we get since not all "earned" money gets distributed to the users.

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Re: Why is there a time limit to build and then collect on cashouts?
« Reply #9 on: January 30, 2012, 09:23:04 pm »
:wave: well its not hard to qualify for cash out in 6 months, actually 3. all u have to do is 2 cenr dailt e-mail, 15 cent daily tasks, watch a cent or 2 video. post on forum. takes just few minutes a day. if this is all u do add it up $3.00 paid to post times 3 = $9.00 bucks. 17-18 cents a day times 30 = #.510 to $5.40 times 3 = $ 15.30-$16.20 + $9.00 is right around $25.00 if ur a little short do a survey or a couple a tasks. imean doing the min. u can pick-up $25.00 every 3 months for maybe 5 to 7 minutes aday just fooling around. i have only been on here nine days and have over $17.00 not counting paid to post bonus so i will probably have first cash-out in a few days. just do the basics and it adds up. take anothe 30 mins or so a day. so a survey or a couple tasks, feel out an occasional ( free ones) i havent spent a dime yet. so hang in there and goodluck. 6 months is plenty of time to cash-out

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Re: Why is there a time limit to build and then collect on cashouts?
« Reply #10 on: January 30, 2012, 09:27:27 pm »
It's more of a book-keeping thing. The company doesn't want to hold on to small accounts forever. I would like to see them go to an inactive account type-thing. If the account has not earned any money in 30 days then the money should be forfeited. As long as the account is accessed or earns money then it should kept open with the money in it.
Oh! Thank for the info.  I don't like the rule either but now that you explain it.  It make sense to me now.

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Re: Why is there a time limit to build and then collect on cashouts?
« Reply #11 on: January 30, 2012, 09:42:05 pm »
It's more of a book-keeping thing. The company doesn't want to hold on to small accounts forever. I would like to see them go to an inactive account type-thing. If the account has not earned any money in 30 days then the money should be forfeited. As long as the account is accessed or earns money then it should kept open with the money in it.
Oh! Thank for the info.  I don't like the rule either but now that you explain it.  It make sense to me now.

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