What happens if I don't continue with my JSS account

India
July 22, 2012 2:23am CST
I have just only signed up at JSS and didn't do anything after that. I am having problmes funding the account with some bucks. The money processors are not favorable to me. Moreover, I am not for using the money processors being used by the site. Secondly, I have also heard that JSS is having the limits being reached everyday for withdrawal. So, how can I stand any chance? One more thing - what happens if I don't take any action for 45 days? Does my account get banned or do they wait a few more days.
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10 responses
@Tina83 (1224)
• India
22 Jul 12
If you don't want to be active,you just leave that or if you really interested to start freshly ,you better start a new account with other family members name .But you have to remember that you have to invest money to earn good amount . It may happen that you continued thinking and the opportunity goes .
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• India
23 Jul 12
Yes, you have given the correct options. But I really want to continue with the site. But I am hearing all kinds of things that is making me think again. All kinds of things, I mean the daily withdrawal limits and most importantly, I will have to set up a new money processor.
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• Philippines
27 Jul 12
Don't let it dampen you if you are really that interested. Yes, withdrawal is a pain with JSS sometimes because there are many users and it's recommended you look at the current JSS time and try your withdrawal between 00:00hrs - 01:00hrs. I have done 4 withdrawals in JSS Tripler and been paid for the first 3, the 4th one is still pending. I alternated between 4 different payment processors - EgoPay, SolidTrust Pay, Liberty Reserve, and Perfect Money. As for the different payment processors, I searched for a solution online for this and stumbled upon trusted local exchangers in the Philippines who were willing to buy my EgoPay, STP, LR, and PM funds. Within a few minutes of transaction, I get my funds transferred to my ATM account and I can withdraw them immediately for my own use. Who knows you might find a trustworthy local exchanger in your area.
• India
22 Jul 12
I think that you are not going to be banned by justbeenpaid.After the maturity of 81 days your account balance would be $5. The $10 they have already advanced to you will be deducted from your account balance.If you are adding funds, again, your earnings will be increased.But I don't know how long they will keep the inactive members.
• India
23 Jul 12
81 days or 45? I think we all are talking about the fact that the member needs to fund the account in 45 days when the balance then reaches about $8 or so. I am unaware of how there are 81 days and the $5 that you mentioned.
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• India
23 Jul 12
Previously it was 75 days to mature a trippler position.The daily commission was 2% on every days.Then changes applied by Justbeenpaid as 2% earning on week days and 1.5% earning on saturday and sunday.So they increased the mature days from 75 to 81 to balance the total earning from a position.The $10 advance amount deduction was not strict at the 45th day at that time. In my case the deduction of the advance money started after 65th day, I remember.So I got a benefit of few days to earn more.On the 50th day my account balance reached to $10. Then, I immediately purchased one more position. Then my daily earning was 40 cents daily from the two positions.At the previous time the member strength was less. Justbeenpaid was not so strict to cut the advance money on time.Now they are very strict.
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@yallit (3678)
• Philippines
22 Jul 12
Why should you worry about what's going to happen to your account if you have already decided to discontinue your JBP account? It would actually be best to cancel your account completely if you don't really want to continue with the program in order to stop receiving messages from JBP.
• South Africa
22 Jul 12
I mailed support and cancelled my account without any problem as it happened I didnt even get the free $10 in the first place
• India
23 Jul 12
@Yalit, Mate, where did I say that I wanted or have decided to discontinue with the account? I am sorry but you are reading between the lines. I am having problems in funding the account like, the money processors, etc. So, I was trying out possibilities if my account would be still there or not. Had it been Paypal, I would have done something immediately. But I am really unwilling to sign up another money processor.
@camalich (1118)
• Spain
23 Jul 12
If you are nit willing to sign up to another processor then you are done with JBP :) PayPal will never accept "risky" businesses like these...
@sajeevking (5080)
• Mumbai, India
22 Jul 12
I don't under you if you have thought of leaving that site then why worry about getting banned. ??
• India
23 Jul 12
As I said to Yalit above, I am saying the same thing to you too - I am not thinking of leaving the site. But the technicalities are what I am trying to verify and how I can proceed in the least troublesome way
@camalich (1118)
• Spain
23 Jul 12
Yes, I have some online friends I sometimes ask to exchange my PayPal money into Payza :) This is a great way to safe on fees as sending the money from PayPal to him/her only cost me 1% while adding funds via debit cart to Payza costs me 3.5% :) I have not yet checked the EgoPay fees to fund from Payza and backwards...
@camalich (1118)
• Spain
22 Jul 12
If You do not log into your account regulary it will be deleted, not banned (there is a difference) I created an account for my wife under me but I got it deleted as I didn't want to create ne Payza account for her and verifying and stuff. I asked at the conference room and I was told not to log in and this way it would automatically be deleted after a certain time...
• India
23 Jul 12
Yes, I understand the difference between being deleted and being banned. Thanks for the information about the account getting deleted after a while. But when I talked with a support member, he said that I could fund the account back any time and the account would still be there. Then how'z that?
@camalich (1118)
• Spain
23 Jul 12
I don't know... Maybe it's kept there even if you don't log in for a long time... If you want to cancel it you can just submit a support ticket and you are done ;)
• India
23 Jul 12
The matter of account balance become minus is happen if you are buying a position using the account balance.If you are having $10 in your account balance and immediately you are buying a position using that balance. Now your balance would be zero and from the next day onwards, they are deducting the advance money, then the balance will show minus.If you are not buying positions, the account balance would not be minus. There is no point in deleting the account. If you are having a lot of referrals, your commissions would be more. That may add up to enable you to withdraw.But in any site it is a practice to log-in once in a while.
@TheIzers (680)
22 Jul 12
I don't think you will be banned but I know for certain that your account will turn into minus. Actually the limitation of withdrawal is depend on the policy of the payment processor we use and jss refers to their policy.
• India
23 Jul 12
Why would the account go into minus? As the funds keep adding and the balance increases gradually, in the same way, does it go into minus too? This is something I am actually hearing for the first time. As far as the withdrawal is concerned, I heard some members saying that they were trying it out the entire day to request the payment as there were times when the limit was already reached.
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@TheIzers (680)
25 Jul 12
Because after 45 days we have to give back $10 that we received when we open up the account.
@camalich (1118)
• Spain
25 Jul 12
That's correct: as they take the $10 loan back after 45 days you cannot make it to $10 until you reach day 50. That's why your account will be 5 days with a negative balance ;)
@anil02 (2886)
• India
22 Jul 12
hello, you got enough reply about your problem. 10$ we got at the time of registration is loan and site will recovered from us. You have payza account why you are not using it to invest funds. You can also try liberty reserve. We can not transfer less than 10$ so it is better you invest before 45 days. In this way your loan will adjusted are you are owner of one position. Every site have limits of withdrawal. You know than donkey mail also gave you your standing in waiting list. So it is not problem I am also planning to invest before 45 days. Good luck.
• India
23 Jul 12
Thanks for the reply, mate. But having to sign up for a new money processor is something I am trying to avoid. There are some of the things that I am really lazy doing about. Secondly, I don't have a helping hand and so I am trying to avoid as much new work as possible. But yes, there are good chances of earnings and so that makes me come back again and again. I will give it a serious thought.
@marguicha (90231)
• Chile
22 Jul 12
No site can do anything if you stop working at it. They can delete you and you lose your earnings if you have some. But that is all. Check at the TOS if you are worried or ask for support.
• India
23 Jul 12
Oh you back. Nice to see you amongst the members here. I have some confusing versions of the information as I mentioned above. I got a reply from the support staff that no matter when I fund my account, it will be there - (won't be deleted, I think that's the way to interpret it.) But I am also hearing that the account is likely to get deleted...
@riempie9 (1026)
• South Africa
22 Jul 12
I don't know anything about JSS Abhi so I can't help you. How is it going otherwise with your writing?
• India
23 Jul 12
Its okay Riempie. By the way, I am fine and working on my writings. How about you?
@gelomon (286)
• Philippines
24 Jul 12
i dont think so, you can contact the administrator via email there, or ask other members there. hope it helped