This is creative, and to the point. There was more than enough money to pay everyone’s “pending” balance, and more than enough money to deliver all the services people had paid for through external advertising websites. The money paid to people (vast majority of members) were free members. No purchase requirements. People could get paid to view ads without making a purchase, but those who did purchase an adpack service could get paid for surfing from the profit margins UP TO a maximum cap, but no guarantee of any amount anyone would be paid for surfing in a day, week, month, year, or ever. The service was and always had been positioned on the website as a service, and clearly had been marked as not an investment. Investments promise returns. Traffic Monsoon did not promise returns. It’s truly not an investment. It paid surfers from the profit margins on ad services from customers, and did not pay “interest” promised to earlier investors with the investments of new investors. No one in truth was an investor no matter if they say they are now. Everyone confirmed to have read the terms of service and agreed to them which included a no refund policy, agreement that if someone buys a service they are buying it for the service and not as an investment, and provided no income guarantees. If you setup a banner campaign and click buy, you are buying the service and not making an investment. Investments carry guarantees of paying you your deposit back with interest. Traffic Monsoon advises buyers that when they make a purchase there is no refunds, and no promise to pay any amount whatsoever.
How Our Pay System Works
|Mike Borders here. We are receiving a lot of emails regarding how our pay system works. So the purpose of this post is to explain how our pay system works:
1) Important Points Regarding Our Pay System
2) The Only Scenarios Where You Would NOT Get Paid
3) The Traffic Unit History Table
The key to understanding our system is to know the status of your Active and Expired units. And to better understand the status of your units, we recommend that you take a look at your Traffic Unit History Table. Just click on the “History” link above to view your Active and Expired units.
ALWAYS look at the expiration date of your Active units to see how many Active units will you have on the 20th of the month. If you know you will have less than 3 Active Traffic Units on pay day the 20th of the month, then you know you will need to purchase more units before pay day, the 20th of the month.
When looking at your Expired units, just look at the Expired units that haven’t been paid. The Expired units that haven’t been paid will tell you how much Cash Back you have currently earned. Don’t worry about the Expired units that have already been paid.
The Total Cash Earned requirement is easy to meet. Once a unit expires or you earn affiliate commissions, your Total Cash Earned will definitely be at least $1
TIP ==> To ensure you will always get paid on pay day the 20th of the month, you could purchase at least 3 Traffic Units as often as you can. This does a couple of things. You would always have at least 3 Active Traffic Units at any given point in time and you’ll create a steady flow of income that will continue to grow each and every month. We noticed that some of our high earning members have deployed this strategy.
I hope that things are a little bit clearer now. So in conclusion, there are two IMPORTANT things to remember.
1) Make sure you understand the 2 pay requirements.
2) ALWAYS look at the expiration date of your Active units to see how many Active units will you have on the 20th of the month.
It is so Important that all members understand how our pay system works. There is no such thing as a stupid question. So if you have questions, please click on the “Contact Us” link above and send us an email.
To Your Success,