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#1 mcpuser

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Posted 03 April 2018 - 01:52 AM

In regard to my previous post here, you can see that many of the sites do not pay users at all. Those are just some of them, I have other bad experiences that I haven't posted yet. Do you want to help changing this unfair phenomenon in the internet world? Do you want to protect your effort made on those sites? Help others at the same time is helping and protecting yourself as well. 

 

I suggest everyone when encountered unpaid issue, for example, the site didn't pay you for a certain long time that you think unacceptable and abnormal, no reply from the site, or get a rude and unreasonable reply like what I got from owner of infinitytrafficboost.com, please post here (you can open a new topic and post your link here) and seek help from others. Provide the site's contact link or email address, your username and describe the issue. Other people who see that, please give a helping hand. Send a message to the site, let them know that many people on the internet are aware of the unpaid issue. That's to gather the power to give them pressure to run a normal business especially when their sites are still running but just do not pay you!

 

For this post, please help to object infinitytrafficboost.com. I post the issue again:

 

Infinity Traffic Boost gives shares to users. For browsing 10 sites, you got 1 share. The share value is around 90-110 at the time I joined. However, they suddenly dropped it to around 50-60 recently. That makes the earnings being cut half and you need to spend double time to accumulate the min. payout amount. I think that's unfair and I don't want to continue anymore. Therefore, I raise out this to them and request to withdraw the balance of over sixty thousand satoshis in my account. They reject and close my account. I submitted support ticket. They even disabled my support account. I messaged the owner. Reply as follows: 

 

The owner's reply as below:

 

You have been banned for abusive posting of tickets.


You have been told multiple times what the minimum
Withdrawal amount is.

I will now add a filter so future messages from you
will automatically be deleted.  If you reply, you will not
reach me.

You are banned from all our services that we provide, let me again point something out to you that might surprise you…

1. The rules of a company are set by the company (us)... not by the customer (you).

2. A company can change their terms of service,

3. A company can choose which customers to accept and which customers to reject.

You have hereby been officially rejected for life.


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Here is the owner's contact link: https://add2it.com/au/contact/

My username is Earnbtc.

 

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Posted 26 April 2018 - 08:13 PM

You do realize 60,000 Satoshis is like a little over 2 bucks usd.

Tbh I'm not a Frank Bauer fan, and I actually had an issue with ITB support myself, but I think you need to move on from this one.
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Posted 09 May 2018 - 02:17 PM

You do realize 60,000 Satoshis is like a little over 2 bucks usd.

Tbh I'm not a Frank Bauer fan, and I actually had an issue with ITB support myself, but I think you need to move on from this one.

 

I don't think it should matter whether it's two bucks or Two Hundred bucks it's the problematic issue of not being paid is substance of the discussion here...

 

I've never used this service as am not a member and am done promoting other people's online products for peanuts compensating for my time don't think am that hungry.

 

I promote programs that have the best support and response time to their customers concerns.  Programs that's that take your time and interest to the center of their business.


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Posted 14 May 2018 - 10:31 PM

Drop them and move on. Word will get around quickly enough and he will be out of business. That's the nature of the Internet. His reputation will be his downfall.


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Posted 15 May 2018 - 02:18 AM

I don't think it should matter whether it's two bucks or Two Hundred bucks it's the problematic issue of not being paid is substance of the discussion here...

 

I've never used this service as am not a member and am done promoting other people's online products for peanuts compensating for my time don't think am that hungry.

 

I promote programs that have the best support and response time to their customers concerns.  Programs that's that take your time and interest to the center of their business.

 

Right, you got my point. It's not the problem of how large or how small the amount is. The main point that I want to draw everyone's attention and concern to is the non-payment issue.

 

Users contribute to the site, the site earns from users' contribution. However, they reduce the share values or the calculation method anytime as they like. Suspending users' account and do not payout the balance amount as they want. Is this still a world rule by law and justice? Even it's on the internet, they are still a registered company/business. How can they operate like this?


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#6 Clare Bowen

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Posted 15 May 2018 - 06:06 AM

To be fair, he should have honored your request to be paid your balance given the circumstances. That's my humble opinion.


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Posted 16 May 2018 - 04:38 AM

Thank you for fair opinions!

 

This obviously is not the only site that do not payout. Many many are operating with dictatorship. That's why I urge all those who want to change this unfair phenomenon and get back your right to voice out to those site owners. Let the owners know, many others are watching how a business/company handle users' relationship/request/complaint. They need to be fair and appropriate. 

 

Here is the owner's contact link: https://add2it.com/au/contact/

My username is Earnbtc.


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#8 Clare Bowen

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Posted 16 May 2018 - 06:15 AM

I think you need to be careful when saying that a site does not pay out. I'm sure this site has paid out plenty and continues to do so. Whether the owner behaved fairly (or ethically) or not, well that's open to interpretation I guess. Anyway, good luck to you, we all learn lessons as we go, its good to share experiences. 


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Posted 16 May 2018 - 12:38 PM

I think you need to be careful when saying that a site does not pay out. I'm sure this site has paid out plenty and continues to do so. Whether the owner behaved fairly (or ethically) or not, well that's open to interpretation I guess. Anyway, good luck to you, we all learn lessons as we go, its good to share experiences. 

 

"I think you need to be careful when saying that a site does not pay out." - I understand your point. I need to be careful about saying this as this will affect a site's reputation, right? Do you know that how many support tickets and emails I have sent to the site in order to give them a chance to solve the dispute fairly and properly? They just ignored and even banned my email. To me, they are doing this rudely and unreasonably. The way that they trust me is just like barbarians. I didn't receive what I earned on the site is a fact. I don't know others. I just posted my real experience.

 

If the site is really so care about their reputation. They should handle the issue properly and communicate with me in order to sort out a solution that both parties accept. However, I don't see that they are in that way at all. I want to tell the owner the importance of being fair and reasonable when running a business which involves "human beings". Everyone knows that an user earned on the site and should be paid unless the site has any proof or strong points to support their decision. That's common sense. 

 

It looks like it's an Australian-owned business. However, what I felt the owner's style is very close to mainland China. Maybe it's affected by China style. It's far away from international standard.


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Posted 17 May 2018 - 01:40 PM

"I think you need to be careful when saying that a site does not pay out." - I understand your point. I need to be careful about saying this as this will affect a site's reputation, right? Do you know that how many support tickets and emails I have sent to the site in order to give them a chance to solve the dispute fairly and properly? They just ignored and even banned my email. To me, they are doing this rudely and unreasonably. The way that they trust me is just like barbarians. I didn't receive what I earned on the site is a fact. I don't know others. I just posted my real experience.

 

If the site is really so care about their reputation. They should handle the issue properly and communicate with me in order to sort out a solution that both parties accept. However, I don't see that they are in that way at all. I want to tell the owner the importance of being fair and reasonable when running a business which involves "human beings". Everyone knows that an user earned on the site and should be paid unless the site has any proof or strong points to support their decision. That's common sense. 

 

It looks like it's an Australian-owned business. However, what I felt the owner's style is very close to mainland China. Maybe it's affected by China style. It's far away from international standard.

 

If I may add to this discussion a bit, If the site owner does not pay and bans you, then it fair to say it in those terms. To say that he is not paying in a general sense may be pushing the legality envelope a bit (IMHO). As I mentioned before, if he does not pay you, then dump him and move on. If his behavior becomes a general problem, it will kill his reputation and business faster than he might think possible. I agree with his remarks about him making the rules, BUT I also know that if he destroys his own reputation with his "rules," it will be next to impossible to get it back (his reputation) in anything like it may or may not be at present. as a general rule, it is easy to destroy one's rep, but extremely difficult to regain it.


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Posted 18 May 2018 - 01:56 AM

If I may add to this discussion a bit, If the site owner does not pay and bans you, then it fair to say it in those terms. To say that he is not paying in a general sense may be pushing the legality envelope a bit (IMHO). As I mentioned before, if he does not pay you, then dump him and move on. If his behavior becomes a general problem, it will kill his reputation and business faster than he might think possible. I agree with his remarks about him making the rules, BUT I also know that if he destroys his own reputation with his "rules," it will be next to impossible to get it back (his reputation) in anything like it may or may not be at present. as a general rule, it is easy to destroy one's rep, but extremely difficult to regain it.

 

Yes, this process of reputation destruction is already well underway, believe me.


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Posted 18 May 2018 - 01:26 PM

In fact, I suspected that the site was affected by unknown party. I felt someone interrupted my internet and knew that I was on that site. The site owner may be contacted by someone, then all strange, unfair, abnormal things happened. 

 

To me, I just think that no matter who contacted him, he shouldn't treat any users unfairly and unreasonably. He should care about the reputation of his business. Maybe FBI should investigate the case as this is not the only site that I have problems on. The site owners shall report those who intervene their business (if any).


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Posted Yesterday, 05:29 PM

In fact, I suspected that the site was affected by unknown party. I felt someone interrupted my internet and knew that I was on that site. The site owner may be contacted by someone, then all strange, unfair, abnormal things happened. 

 

To me, I just think that no matter who contacted him, he shouldn't treat any users unfairly and unreasonably. He should care about the reputation of his business. Maybe FBI should investigate the case as this is not the only site that I have problems on. The site owners shall report those who intervene their business (if any).

 

It's possible. What you are describing almost sounds like a browser hijacker, though I have never heard of it being hidden in a site. I have experienced one from an email. But, I was always of the impression that those were screened out by most security programs and firewalls. It is possible the site may be hacked. There is a telltale sign when your computer downloads programs and install them.

 

Of course, there may be other legit reasons like hosting issues or browser verification issues.

 

But none of this excuses the admin treatment of you and potentially others. As I mentioned a couple of times, I would just dump them and move on. I have dumped a few sites myself recently. If I may, you are only hurting yourself in the end by continuing to brood on this. As I also mentioned, he will destroy his own reputation in the end. Once destroyed, it will be nearly impossible to regain it. The Internet remembers. (Almost sounds like GAME OF THRONES "The North Remembers.")

 

He is only hurting himself in the end.


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