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How often do most people cashout

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#1 by AdrianDeacon » Wed Jan 27, 2016 14:01

I was just wondering when most people cashout do you let it build up for a while or do you cashout weekly monthly or leave it longer
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#2 by BouldRake » Wed Jan 27, 2016 16:47

More than I thought - 30-35 times a year. I would have guessed once a fortnight on average, but more than that, apparently.
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#3 by lilapopo » Wed Jan 27, 2016 17:09

I only cash out once a month and have the check mailed to me. I usually receive it on the 20th but it costs $1 so I even thought about cashing out once every two months.
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#4 by BlizZzard » Wed Jan 27, 2016 17:41

Last year, I cashed out 22 times.
This year, I plan to cashout 2 to 3 times a month.
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#5 by Charez » Wed Jan 27, 2016 18:35

I cashout once a month only, i find it useless to do it more frequently.

i am not getting paid to click the Cashout link :kitty:
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#6 by Tcoastergirl » Thu Jan 28, 2016 03:33

Whenever I hit $20-25.
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#7 by oberder » Thu Jan 28, 2016 07:37

Depends; if it meets the minimum -- or when I feel like this amount's good for the time, I'd cash out and make sure it goes

...but I have to look over my shoulder, just to make sure 'the commander' doesn't see my earnings... :o
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#8 by Sarge25 » Fri Jan 29, 2016 14:02

oberder wrote: ...but I have to look over my shoulder, just to make sure 'the commander' doesn't see my earnings... :o

:lol:

Am I right in thinking you're referring to your cat?
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#9 by Sarge25 » Fri Jan 29, 2016 14:08

I was cashing out once I hit the minimum, but I'm cashing out when I reach around $30 now. I am trying to save up so I might just start leaving it to build up soon, stops me getting tempted to head to ebay. :lol:
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#10 by wadarbr549 » Fri Jan 29, 2016 15:07

I never use any earning site as a means to save money, I will never !et more than 20$ build up on any site if I can help it. I just feel safer getting my money in my hand than it being in someone else's.


It's nothing personal against this site at all its just that I don't trust any site enough to let large amounts of money build up in my account.
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#11 by valerie » Fri Jan 29, 2016 16:59

AdrianDeacon wrote: I was just wondering when most people cashout do you let it build up for a while or do you cashout weekly monthly or leave it longer

I don't think you will ever get the answer to that question.
With hundreds of thousands (million+) members, it is probably impossible to know.

From what I see from approving payment proofs in the forum, some members always
cash out as soon as they hit their minimum payment quota. There are also members
that seem to cash out once they earn approximately $25 to $65. In addition, there
are members, seemingly to me mostly those that complete bookoo tasks, that cash
out at $50 to $200. There are some that cash out by check and some of those that
cash out by check, will wait til they reach $100 or more.

Then of course, there is always those that vary with their cash outs due to what they
may need or want at that time.
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#12 by iWillHelpu » Fri Jan 29, 2016 18:30

QUOTE that cash
out at $50 to $200. There are some that cash out by check and some of those that
cash out by check, will wait til they reach $100 or more.


I HAD @200 in the kitty and was building it to 500 when this "faux crsis" happened so i did 2 to see if it worked and it did.So i will go back building my kitty.......
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#13 by thecc1 » Fri Jan 29, 2016 22:42

Every week
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#14 by tasman1 » Fri Jan 29, 2016 22:52

earned around 1100.00 , made 59 cash out [ plus one will be next week ] members since May 2012 , in short cash out on avg 1.5 times in month
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#15 by wildcards » Fri Jan 29, 2016 22:56

Before, once or twice a month depending on my $$$ goal for that a particular time frame. But with the new payment scheme, I settled for a $100 minimum or thereabouts goal per withdrawal... Haven't withdrawan a dime yet this year, so I'll just see how things will go when I make my first withdrawal on Monday (Feb 1)...
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#16 by proadco » Fri Jan 29, 2016 23:01

If the stock market crashes and the banks declare bank holiday, etc.

You will have wished you had been cashed out with the funds in hand.
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#17 by tasman1 » Fri Jan 29, 2016 23:07

ProAdCo wrote: If the stock market crashes and the banks declare bank holiday, etc.

You will have wished you had been cashed out with the funds in hand.

..........................ha ha ha , goooood one
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#18 by oberder » Sat Jan 30, 2016 06:22

Sarge25 wrote:
oberder wrote: ...but I have to look over my shoulder, just to make sure 'the commander' doesn't see my earnings... :o

:lol:

Am I right in thinking you're referring to your cat?

:o Shhh... that cat's might report back to my better half :lol: If that happens, I'll never be able to hold my earnings~
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#19 by Sarge25 » Sat Jan 30, 2016 12:58

oberder wrote:
Sarge25 wrote:
oberder wrote: ...but I have to look over my shoulder, just to make sure 'the commander' doesn't see my earnings... :o

:lol:

Am I right in thinking you're referring to your cat?

:o Shhh... that cat's might report back to my better half :lol: If that happens, I'll never be able to hold my earnings~

:shock: Okay, Mum's the word. ;)

Now, where's that self destruct button.
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#20 by hinsense » Sat Jan 30, 2016 18:25

I try to cash out when I desperately need money
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