Actually, a traffic exchange THUMBVU and some months ago, the owners sold it and the new owners
changed some things around. One day I went to log in and it said I did not exist. I did not bother to
fool with it at the time and so the other day, I did go back and try to send for password and all that....it
said I don't exist. I pinch myself to see if I exist.....yep, I exist.
I submit a support ticket. Some guy with handle of Larry something or other, replies and says he will
give me a temporary log in.....so I log in. What I find is that hacker has his email in the contact info
and in the paypal payment slots.
I directly sponsored a few hundred members there and some are paid members. Seems they been
doing the payments differently too. Before members would pay optionally for several months, or a year.
Sponsor gets percentage. Now it looks like they doing something monthly. I don't know, all of it's weird.
So I can only advise not to participate at thumbvu because system appears to no longer be secure plus
it's all weird the way it's been changed.
Darkstar2 wrote:valerie wrote: Checks.
You should never leave more within anything online, than you can laugh about losing.
I have about 3 grand sitting in a program that has been building for years, went to cash out
the other day, and the admin ignores me and does not pay my money.
Words of wisdom - this should be a sticky post. Also trust in my opinion is a big word. There is an old saying, trust nobody but yourself.
Yes the admin of CS is extremely trustworthy, and CS as a whole but can you predict any unforeseen disasters ? They can affect the best companies in the world. Remembering that eCurrency is a high liability. PayPal basically can do what they want with your money and you have no recourse, any of these payment processors can go belly up or freeze accounts, so then your money is as good as dust.
Personally I have never had any problems with PayPal, used it to receive thousands of $ and spend thousands. Never used it to sell however. I know that on SOME sites people let their balance grow because they are paid shills and want to lure other people to invest money. and in some cases people like to see the money grow, it is a good feeling, but this feeling can be stomped quite quickly too
Wow $3k that sucks ! that's a lot of money - I would be LIVID ! Can't you try to reason with them and give them an incentive to pay you? like you will spread their bad name all over the world or whatever works nowadays ?
Now that admin is laughing all the way to the bank.
Worst - some people leave big balances on fairly new PTCs that are obvious ponzi schemes and even on HYIP! or online casinos.
And that's not all, what about leaving big balances in your payment processor - another BIG no-no.....
I never leave more than maybe $50-$100 in my PP account at any time, and my LR account $0 !