My stats have been restored at FoxCash

United States
July 15, 2008 3:22pm CST
For those of you waiting on your accounts to get restored at FoxCash, I have some good news to share with you. My account has been restored, thanks to the screenshot of earnings I posted on their forum. The process is going slowly since they have to restore accounts manually, but it is happening. There is something I want to point out to you and it's probably going to annoy a few of you, but I just want to let you know about it straight up. If you're still clicking as you wait on your account to be restored, prepare yourself for a possible loss. One of the questions mentioned on the forum brought up the concern of if restored accounts will lose their new clicks when the restore happens. I didn't have an answer at the time, but I do now and want to save you as much aggrevation as possible during your wait. This applies only to those that are waiting on their account balances restored, and possibly members that made purchases. If you lost everything but decided to start over again, your earnings will just continue to grow with your activity and you won't have to worry about this. Here are a few of the images I've taken along the way as I waited on the restoration and I'll explain their meaning so you can better understand the math and hopefully see why I encourage everyone to start keeping screenshots of their earnings. http://apaidreader.googlepages.com/FoxCash.jpg - original stats http://apaidreader.googlepages.com/FoxCashNewStats.jpg - stats thru last night http://apaidreader.googlepages.com/FoxCashRestored.jpg - Restored stats Original stats: $27.75 + New Stats since hack: $7.95 = $35.70 - $2.49 left in acct after hack = $33.21 Restored: $30.00 WooHoo! While I did lose a little over $3, I am so thrilled to have the majority of my earnings back that I don't mind. However I will be telling my refs to limit their clicking until their accounts get restored to minimize any additional losses. Hope to save you the same annoyance.
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@mysdianait (65052)
• Italy
15 Jul 08
I don't take screen shots of the sites I belong to (I've not long learnt how to take them of payment proofs!) so I've lost out there. Ilost a lot in the way of cash and refs - so that's it for me on that one. Pleased to see your forethought has paid off though!
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• United States
16 Jul 08
LOL, I completely understand! It was another MyLotter that helped me learn the easiest way to do them. Before that, I had to spend time searching for a free tool to capture mine, but I found a great one. Now, like with my cameras, I'm snap happy. After losing a decent amount of earnings in a site with similar situations, and seeing that it only required a screenshot to have that money restored, I found a way to protect my earnings a little better. I'm happy to say it's paid off since I've had at least 5-6 accounts restored this way. ps. It's almost as bad as keeping track of your money in the bank when the fees start coming out and leave a dwindling balance. Needless to say, I keep a close eye on mine and do my best to get back any money that shouldn't have been taken out.
@acemanoj (53)
• India
15 Jul 08
Great news...congrats. But are they restoring everyone's account or just the one with screenshot???...:D kidding Nice that you got your account back....enjoy your earning..:)
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• United States
15 Jul 08
Thanks acemanoj! From what I've read in their forums, the members that provide their screenshots will have that amount restored. Members that have purchased upgrades or referrals do not have to provide screenshots since they (foxcash) have the alertpay records and are also working on restoring those accounts. If I remember correctly, you didn't lose much and started again after clearing your cookies, right? I'm sorry you had any loss, but without a screenshot, it's a very slim hope to get that back. Since you don't have to wait on the restoration, your earnings should just continue to grow, but I definately recommend taking a screenshot for reference occasionally. FoxCash isn't the only one to experience a hacker, so it's always better to have a backup of your own.