I believe the only payment processor that SB has is PayPal.
SB has a ton more gift cards and denominations than here.
So you see, this is the big difference....international.
As you probably know, Surveys was always for USA and Canada.
There may have been some GPT's that were international but not in regards to doing surveys.
You know, sites like Donkey and other older GPT's may have allowed many or all countries but
they focused on paid to read, sign up, that kind of stuff. Internationals did not have surveys.
Even today, most GPT's only allow 2 to 5 countries.
When PTC came along, most those in USA balked at it. Internationals jumped on it fast.
ClixSense with it's referral program and initial downline of 5 levels, was lucrative enough
for the USA to join in and more than attractive for internationals. When the 8 levels was
introduced, that became very powerful. Using myself as an example, I had more than
20,000 in my organization with well over 1,000 consistently upgraded and much more
than that active. It was truly the most sensible, the easiest, the lowest cost, and most
profitable way for anyone to advertise and/or make a good steady extra income here.
When the downline went away, that is when the big players went away. Add to that the
loss of the PTC end and PayPal, it became more of an international station for tasks and
dedicated survey users, not to mention those that did not mind viewing videos and sliders.
Knowing what little I know about Prodege, they did not and don't have these payment
processors integrated else where. Their other programs have not had the need to do so.
That's why the wait has been so long here. They had to make requests and wait for
permissions and code things in on one side, not multiples. They have multiple programs
as you know. They seem to have everything in kind of a conjunction with everything
else and that has been fine until they moved CS in and these other payment processors.
In regards to PayPal and Canada HERE, I really do see it as a coding issue because
Canadians want the USA dollar and I don't think they got it at their multiples. They've
got to implement a special code. I know you don't get what I am saying but I do
understand to an extent what they mean.
AND yes you were paid for awhile with PayPal and it was probably thru a manual process
of some sort.
I ask you how much? $12 fees? $24 fees? For cashing out with Payoneer your 6 times?
What is the dollar difference in Payoneer and PayPal? Unless it is a huge significance, I
would suggest cashing out with Payoneer.