It won't be too many more years and we'll be dead so I don't know what the majority population will be then.
It's really kind of difficult to determine when it comes to disposable income. Today many people
spend what they don't have. How can that be disposable income when it never existed. Just
kind of floating in the air until pay up rolls around.
Well, not all but many people by the time they are officially retired, they are in pretty good shape
financially and I don't mean wealthy. Many already have their mortgage paid off and don't really
want or need for anything other than food, heat, and air. That's what I mean.
BouldRake wrote: Disposable income can be estimated along age lines. Historically, young adults have the most disposable income, and recently, people aged 65+ (in the UK, I think it's a bit younger in the US, but don't know exactly) have the most disposable income. Therefore, more products are targeted at these age groups than others. I wouldn't be at all surprised if everyone in any other age group has fewer surveys than those in these age groups.
lilapopo wrote: Valerie, I think I am denied more surveys than the average person since I don't have small kids at home. A 68 year old in good health usually doesn't qualify for the health surveys. I get aggravated when they ask 20 questions and then say the survey is full. Really? Why not tell us that to begin with and not waste our time. Also why do they ask income. Do the people in the upper income brackets get more surveys. If I could buy luxury watches, cars, purses, etc., do you think I would be clicking for pennies? Also if I was at big shot working all day at a job and making executive decisions, I probably wouldn't need to be here either.
pindokhan123 wrote: i mustve tried over 15 times to upgrade my account yesterday and today through paypal but its coming back as error
i spoke to paypal customer service yesterday and they told me that paypal dont recognize the server im on?
i only had my internet up and running since 19th july and talktalk my provider told me it would take at least 10 days for the internet to become stable,,now whatever that means i dont know but my question here is has anyone else had this problem?
funny thing is tho,i can log into my paypal perhaps pay other folks but can get payment thru to clixsy,,,,,any ideas,help guys