Money is in Minus

India
March 5, 2012 2:18am CST
Recently i had fund my JSS Account of $15 from alert-pay account. I don't know, why my money is in minus. My Current earnings are in (-9.20). What does it means. As my daily earnings are 0.40 in JSS.
5 responses
• United States
5 Mar 12
I am not a member of any of these type of sites... This is the reason why.. they hype you into joining by saying we have free 10 dollars you can USE to start your account. Key word here is USE.... Always read through the FaQs, do research. Ask questions BEFORE you join.. not after you loose money. SinfulRose, it is explained here what happens in this one.. You are loaned the money to get started.. Then after a time specified it is taken back. I don't know if they take interest or other money's.. You need to read.. the TOS of any and all programs you join. This way you know exactly what they expect, take, and give..
@shskumbla (3340)
• India
23 Mar 12
You may be right.., But JSS is paying to its members till now. Do you say that there are chances of it turning scam ?
@shskumbla (3340)
• India
23 Mar 12
may be its because they had just took back the money that is given you in the beginning. its the same because you have already used the that given $10 money to buy one position, didn't you ?
@SinfulRose (3529)
• Davao, Philippines
5 Mar 12
This is an interesting discussion. I am a user of JBP and JSS too so knowing what's the reason for your problem kinda concerns me too. I hope you can fix this soon and even know the reason why.
@yallit (3678)
• Philippines
5 Mar 12
Since you're earning $0.4 daily it means you bought 1 position from your own pocket and another using the $10 loan, right? Well, if it's already past 60 days since you purchase a position using the $10 loan, then, JBP has already debited your account $10. Remember, the $10 that you used from the start that you think was free is actually a loan and will be debited from your account after 60 days.
@varier (5699)
• Indonesia
5 Mar 12
I am not really sure about it, but perhaps they had taken the "free" $10 back? I heard it is just a loan so that they will take it back after some time..