New rule at Neobux... what are the pros & cons?

@ausgc21 (340)
Australia
October 21, 2009 8:17am CST
"Starting now, all new users will have to pay a small fee when letting referrals expire." Above message came up on Neobux today. Does it mean; when my rented referral expires and I don't extend it, I need to pay the 'fee' - correct? Now, it then goes on and says; "Since you're an user that has registered before this rule, you'll be given an option to participate or not in this enhancement." YES: You'll pay a fee... ... but will be benefit from the future distribution benefits. NO: You wont pay any fee.. ... but you also won't benefit from the future distribution benefits." My question is, what could the 'future distribution benefits' be, and what would be a better option to choose - YES or NO? Opinions, everyone?
1 response
@SQD444 (679)
• India
21 Oct 09
i also read that rule in one of the discussionsi mylot.. at first i dint understand what it was all about but from your discussions i got a clear cust idea what is is all about.. thanks fro that buddy again i don think thats gooing to affect me much as i dont rent referrals.. and again do you find the rented referrals good i mean, are they really active? and what if they are not.. do renting referrals increase the earnigns and fasten it?
@ausgc21 (340)
• Australia
22 Oct 09
As knrsekar mentioned above, whether to try earning from rented referral is a difficult choice. I personally have a feeling that Neobux's rent referral feature has some sort of background structure where more active referral is chosen for rent for users who spent more money. Although, if you purchase the Golden Packages, which costs $100s, you should be able to make a good profit out of it - at least, once you have earned enough to cover the initial investment that is.