What to do now?
February 5, 2013 7:10am CST
I was a member of 33bux, a PTC site and its sister sites and of course I am still a member of those sites. When I joined those sites, the minimum payout was $5.0 which was subsequently raised to $6.0. But I had no difficulty in cashing out from the two sites which I used to visit regularly and I am at present on the verge of reaching the target in another site and the other sites will take some time more for me to reach the necessary target of $6.0 as I was very much irregular in logging in those sites. After cashing out from the two sites already mentioned earlier when I logged in 33bux and the other site, I found the minimum payout increased further from $6.0 to $9.0. In case of the other sites, the minimum payout remains the same at $6.0. It means that the first minimum payout is still $6.0 but the second one is fixed at a reasonably high of $9.0 and I am not sure if the next one would be much higher. As high click rate ads of $0.01 has already been reduced from an average of 3 per day to 1 per day with a marginal increase in the number of low valued ads of $0.001, the daily earnings from each of the sites have been drastically reduced from more than $0.03 to near about $0.015; it means fifty percent reduction in daily earnings from each site. I think it definitely indicates a bad financial condition of the sites. Isn’t it? Under the circumstances, is it wise to continue clicking for the second payment from the sites from which I have already received my first payment, rather, should I not continue clicking ads in the other sites where I am yet to reach the minimum payout of $5.0 and then stop clicking in all the sites?
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7 Feb 13
There is a certain inevitability that a large number of bux and other paying sites, will go toes up and stop paying - I can list hundreds. Payout levels change and it becomes harder and harder to reach cashout. The only advice i can give to you is Make as much as you can before the sites go POP. Very few of these sites are run by companies following employment laws or service promises, they are run by individual who are trying to make as much as possible. When the sites stop being profitable to the owner, they will either move the goalposts or shut the site down. Prepare yourself for it and only upgrade if you can afford to lose it