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#21 by LuckyEddy » Thu Nov 26, 2015 13:25

and your calculations are based on?
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#22 by BouldRake » Thu Nov 26, 2015 13:32

I assume you mean me, (since I'm the only person with any calculation in this thread)?

I based my calculation on elementary mathematics.

Let's say there are 100 payout requests a day.

They pay 30% of all requests each day.

On day one, you have 100 requests, and you pay 30.

On day two, you have 170 requests, and you pay 51.

On day three, you have 219 requests, and you pay 65.

On day four, you have 254 requests, and you pay 76.

On day five, you have 278 requests, and you pay 83.

Assuming you clear the queue completely, say, once a month or two, nobody waits more than three working days.
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#23 by valerie » Thu Nov 26, 2015 14:10

BouldRake wrote: I assume you mean me, (since I'm the only person with any calculation in this thread)?

I based my calculation on elementary mathematics.

Let's say there are 100 payout requests a day.

They pay 30% of all requests each day.

On day one, you have 100 requests, and you pay 30.

On day two, you have 170 requests, and you pay 51.

On day three, you have 219 requests, and you pay 65.

On day four, you have 254 requests, and you pay 76.

On day five, you have 278 requests, and you pay 83.

Assuming you clear the queue completely, say, once a month or two, nobody waits more than three working days.

All things being equal, you mean.
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#24 by proadco » Thu Nov 26, 2015 14:29

I think you may of missed a mathematical calculation @ 3 days.
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#25 by valerie » Thu Nov 26, 2015 16:33

ProAdCo wrote: I think you may of missed a mathematical calculation @ 3 days.

It doesn't matter because all things wouldn't be equal.

That's like the old doublers and HYIP's and some MLM
that give you the 'all things being equal' math. :lol:
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#26 by tasman1 » Thu Nov 26, 2015 17:27

Maybe it will be the best if Admin tell us with simple words so all can understand .....What is a max number one will wait once that person do a cash out
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#27 by proadco » Thu Nov 26, 2015 19:28

valerie wrote:
ProAdCo wrote: I think you may of missed a mathematical calculation @ 3 days.

It doesn't matter because all things wouldn't be equal.

That's like the old doublers and HYIP's and some MLM
that give you the 'all things being equal' math. :lol:


@ BouldRake mathematical calculation @ rolling 30% @ payments made with no waiting longer than 3 days
does not factor in the .333% remaining that is going to be compounding that will push those 3 days to 4 days +
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#28 by proadco » Thu Nov 26, 2015 19:44

valerie wrote:

It doesn't matter because all things wouldn't be equal.

That's like the old doublers and HYIP's and some MLM
that give you the 'all things being equal' math. :lol:

Yea what about those Old Doublers and HYIP's. Designed for dreamers and under achievers that has the
words S-U-C-K-E-R tattooed on their forehead looking for a easy free ride on the backs of other S-U-C-K-E-R-S with a tattooed forehead.

Don't knock MLM. That's where the money is to be made.

However, the lower information voter has yet discovered the internet, much less attended and graduated from the School of Income YouNiversity.

Most so called wanna be marketers has intended the School of Dumb You Down Clown Academy at the ToyTech, Click Me, Trick Me, Profit me, Jack in the Box hall of shame Merry Go Round Saddle Club.

The 21st Century Daycare Center where Jack in the Box marketers graduated the Clown Academy and pay for upgrades and run around at twin daycare centers to find new candidates to attend the School of Dumb You Down Clown Academy.
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#29 by boenayadz » Thu Nov 26, 2015 20:19

I've never done cash out because I use it to advertise my programs :mrgreen:
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#30 by hansgruber » Thu Nov 26, 2015 20:20

boenayadz wrote: I've never done cash out because I use it to advertise my programs :mrgreen:

do you do well with it :?:
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#31 by adinkle » Thu Nov 26, 2015 21:22

I agree, . sure hope this works for the Owners & Admins. I do like to know when to expect payment; even if it takes a week.
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#32 by desertflower17 » Fri Nov 27, 2015 05:10

I've been here on this site for almost two years and Clixsense has always been the most correct and most reliable PTC

So I'm pretty sure that when they make a change it is only to our benefit

There have been many changes since I'm on the site and they have always been for the better

Sorry to say but it makes me mad when I read all these things from people who signed up like a month ago
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#33 by LuckyEddy » Fri Nov 27, 2015 11:50

desertflower17 wrote: I've been here on this site for almost two years and Clixsense has always been the most correct and most reliable PTC

So I'm pretty sure that when they make a change it is only to our benefit

There have been many changes since I'm on the site and they have always been for the better

Sorry to say but it makes me mad when I read all these things from people who signed up like a month ago

Why ?? Why do you feel mad? Why don't feel the basic courtesy to tell your fellow newcomer that everything is all right? Newbies have a right to be concerned! they haven't been Clixsensing like you for the last hundred years!
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#34 by LuckyEddy » Fri Nov 27, 2015 11:52

BouldRake wrote: I assume you mean me, (since I'm the only person with any calculation in this thread)?

I based my calculation on elementary mathematics.

Let's say there are 100 payout requests a day.

They pay 30% of all requests each day.

On day one, you have 100 requests, and you pay 30.

On day two, you have 170 requests, and you pay 51.

On day three, you have 219 requests, and you pay 65.

On day four, you have 254 requests, and you pay 76.

On day five, you have 278 requests, and you pay 83.

Assuming you clear the queue completely, say, once a month or two, nobody waits more than three working days.

Well elementary math is good back in elementary, not when you have real money at stake with a cheeky vendor as PayPal India! Anyways, appreciated.
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#35 by proadco » Fri Nov 27, 2015 13:09

Lucky, you don't have real money at stake.

You're not a vested PREMIUM member to maximize your potential earnings of a Full 16% Daily Cash Profit.

Math like that is more like something taught in High School. You know :lol:
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#36 by valerie » Fri Nov 27, 2015 13:29

I'm locking this topic because I think it has gone on way too long.

First and foremost, the topic title is dumber than a rock on a winters day in the
middle of a sand dune.

How can a new payment policy be fraud when there isn't even a new payment
policy! DUH!

What the admin is doing is trying out a new payment cash out procedure to see
if that will make it easier, faster, more accurate for everyone to get paid their
request in a more timely and orderly fashion. Admin went on to say that if this
trial period did not work out, they would do something else, possibly going back
to the two day a week payment period.

Gatekeeper has locked this topic.
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