Should Minimum Payments Be Lowered

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What do you think the minimum payout should be for online programs?

$2.00
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$5.00
2
10%
$10.00
15
75%
$15.00
3
15%
Other
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Re: Should Minimum Payments Be Lowered

Post by gadrian » Wed Nov 22, 2017 9:07 am

Well, I won't object against a $50 cashout limit, if the owner and site have an excellent reputation, the activity, services and results from using the site are top-notch and it is continuously improving, to assure a long term perspective.

I understand how keeping funds in-house can help a business, and the logic behind it, but it kind of depends of the house and sometimes of the context too. I think many sites have the option to buy with commissions, so why not let the customers decide? Offering them the option to hold their commissions from being paid out instead of imposing a high cashout limit can be a mutually advantageous solution: they don't spend money from their pocket, the business keeps funds in-house.
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Re: Should Minimum Payments Be Lowered

Post by JonOlson » Wed Nov 22, 2017 9:10 am

gadrian wrote:
Wed Nov 22, 2017 9:07 am
Well, I won't object against a $50 cashout limit, if the owner and site have an excellent reputation, the activity, services and results from using the site are top-notch and it is continuously improving, to assure a long term perspective.

I understand how keeping funds in-house can help a business, and the logic behind it, but it kind of depends of the house and sometimes of the context too. I think many sites have the option to buy with commissions, so why not let the customers decide? Offering them the option to hold their commissions from being paid out instead of imposing a high cashout limit can be a mutually advantageous solution: they don't spend money from their pocket, the business keeps funds in-house.
I'm all for that. Choice is a fantastic option.
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Re: Should Minimum Payments Be Lowered

Post by NFO-Wisdom » Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:36 pm

gadrian wrote:
Wed Nov 22, 2017 9:07 am
Well, I won't object against a $50 cashout limit, if the owner and site have an excellent reputation, the activity, services and results from using the site are top-notch and it is continuously improving, to assure a long term perspective.

I understand how keeping funds in-house can help a business, and the logic behind it, but it kind of depends of the house and sometimes of the context too. I think many sites have the option to buy with commissions, so why not let the customers decide? Offering them the option to hold their commissions from being paid out instead of imposing a high cashout limit can be a mutually advantageous solution: they don't spend money from their pocket, the business keeps funds in-house.
You can slice, dice, spin why an operator to set a high commission to pay out.

A high payout commission tells me, the operator is running their business by
the seat of their pants and deferring payout commissions as long as they can.

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Re: Should Minimum Payments Be Lowered

Post by hotbobs » Thu Nov 23, 2017 12:50 pm

moved this post to a rant thread about not paying commissions thread
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Re: Should Minimum Payments Be Lowered

Post by carljohndavies » Thu Nov 23, 2017 7:06 pm

$10 seems to be the sweet spot.

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Re: Should Minimum Payments Be Lowered

Post by preciousns » Mon Nov 27, 2017 12:49 am

I agree with others, $10 is a good figure.
tonytezak wrote:
Sun Nov 19, 2017 2:31 am
More important to me is the program paying commissions. :)
Totally agree!

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Re: Should Minimum Payments Be Lowered

Post by siravi » Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:42 am

yes, off course.

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