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What Will You Do With Your Cash Out By 2013?
As we all know that by comings months January, February and beyond are huge of matured earnings are flowing in our FanBox Community. I can feel the eagerness of everybody about the experience and hunger for cash out. Of course, no one object us from doing the cash out because that is what we are waiting for. To earn that proof FanBox check name to us that we can cash in to our local bank. I’m imagining myself with pretty big smile to my ears in front of local cashier bank depositing that amount. Ha ha..!
I guessed that could be expected to be happening for every one of us and I don’t know where everybody going to spend that cash out. Are you going for vacation? Or are you going to re-invest that amount again in order for you to grow your money? Of course, no one knows what will be the needs of everybody. I just wish that every one of us spend our cash out wisely.
Before I end up this message, I just want to share some tips hoping that everybody consider it as a suggestion. In time of cash out! Don’t cash out all your earnings like we are closing our business forever. You/we need to cash out only what we need and leave something(amount) that continually supplement the expenditures of your FanBox account operation like our processing fees and ads expenses. I hope everybody understand what I mean.
In my cash out, I’m planning to buy new Laptop and LCD projector to go around and campaign for FanBox in our local area to jump in joining us all here in FanBox. I’m not sure how our local community reacts on this opportunity but I’m hoping for the best result. Let keep trying hoping that through this simple way, we can be at help in the Fanbox mission “uplifting human lives”.
What I got from blogging in Fanbox.
What I got from blogging here in Fanbox?
Does dating exist in India? The answer would be Yes. However, does dating exist in India as it does in other Western Countries? Well, the answer would be a clear “No.” In Western countries, dating is encouraged from the teenage years itself so that one can find the best possible match. Spending some time with each other, traveling together, visiting each other’s homes, and living in with each other for years and even having kids before they take the important decision of marrying each other – all these form a part of the dating routine there. If this is dating, then it is evident that India has a long way to streamline this into its culture
Why can't I cash out?
A number of new FanBoxers have been asking me why they can't cash out today - when they previously thought they would be able to.
I will attempt to answer that for you below. But if you have any questions like that, please speak to your free Success Coach - because they are experts...
... and if you click a button to allow them to, your Success Coach can even view your bank and earnings history to help you understand your specific details.
In the meantime, here are answers to some of your questions that you have been asking lately:
Question: I thought I would be able to cash out today. What happened?
Answer: I obviously don't know your specific situation, but here's my best guess:
You have at least one live Boost or Ad.
Remember, your live Boosts and Ads will utilize any available funds that have matured for at least 60 days.
This is a good thing because it keeps your money growing for you.
Keep in mind that each time your money is utilized by your Boosts or Ads to earn you more, your new earnings will then need to mature for:
-- 30 days before they can be used to buy products and services
-- 60 days before they can be to be used to even more with Boosts and Ads again...
-- and 90 days before they can be cashed out.
Ance upon a time.
Once upon a time....
A payment processor is a company (often a third party) appointed by a merchant to handle credit card transactions for merchant acquiring banks. They are usually broken down into two types: front-end and back-end.
Front-end processors have connections to various card associations and supply authorization and settlement services to the merchant banks’ merchants. Back-end processors accept settlements from front-end processors and, via The Federal Reserve Bank, move the money from the issuing bank to the merchant bank.
In an operation that will usually take a few seconds, the payment processor will both check the details received by forwarding them to the respective card’s bank issuing bank or card association for verification, and also carry out a series of anti-fraud measures against the transaction.
Additional parameters, including the card’s country of issue and its previous payment history, are also used to gauge the probability of the transaction being approved.