can differ dramatically.
For example, Pre-Black Friday a price of a tv is $400. The same tv on Black Friday is $389. The same tv is $345 on Cyber Monday. You ordered the tv for $400 on Pre-Black Friday. You're kicking yourself because you wish you had
waited til Cyber Monday to order the tv.
IF the item has not shipped, contact the company and ask for a refund on the price difference.
Let them know the item has not shipped or had not shipped when the best price was introduced.
What if the item has shipped?
Contact the company anyway. Let them know you have not received the item and want the
refund difference of the lowest price.
Most companies/stores will in fact give a refund to the better price. Not always and not all
companies but many do, especially if the item has not shipped. Usually if an item has not
shipped, you can cancel the item. Upon canceling the item, you can then add the item again
at its lower price. The companies/stores know that and as a norm, they will give you the
lowest price and refund the difference.
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.
tasman1 wrote: Daily payment ,,,perfect , i like it ,,,,,as a older person i forget what day i must do cash out so this is superb now ,OK FOLKS , NO SCAM HERE , just a better situation for cash aut .Enjoy life here as we have to many scam around to think about .....pard my bad english but hope you all understand me
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