Fast PAID Status of the Admin Fee is in the Members Hands (Poster/Article)

Fast PAID Status of the Admin Fee is in the Members Hands (Poster/Article)


Fast PAID Status of the Admin Fee is in the Members Hands (Poster/Article)

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When Members precisely follow directions on completing a crypto coin payment in the allotted timeframe, to pay the $10 Admin fee, generally they can expect the PAID status in their account to show up in less than an hour.  Be ready to complete the process of making a crypto coin payment (at this time we accept BTC, LTC, and ETH crypto-currencies) and able to do so in less than 10 minutes.  The value of any crypto-currency fluctuates quite a bit in timeframes longer than 10 minutes.  Starting a payment process and then allowing a distraction to interrupt it and then 10 minutes or more passes before completing the payment process is one of the main reasons why PAID status is delayed, usually because the value of the coin has changed to the point that the amount of the crypto coin sent is no longer equal to $10 anymore.  As I’ve said before in a recent article, some Members try to complete a Bitcoin transaction to pay the Admin with either too low of a Transaction/Miner fee or even attempting to send Bitcoin without paying any Transaction/Miner fee and then the payment either is too slow to confirm or doesn’t confirm at all, and that delays PAID status too.  Pay the high Transaction/Miner fee when sending Bitcoin, for goodness sakes!  Another reason for delayed PAID status is the Member doesn’t copy and paste the exact crypto coin amount to send, and they short change the amount needed to make a whole $10 payment.  The whole payment has 8 digits behind the decimal.  For example they see that we want 0.00138600 BTC and they think sending 0.0013 is enough, or they send too much and our records won’t match by sending us 0.0014, in either case it causes a delay in PAID status because they didn’t send the exact amount by copy and pasting it.  Well, all of these issues can be resolved by sending in a support ticket to Admin, and in the Kringle back office we have a specialized form just for payment issues.  It’s just silly to see these Members going on Facebook with payment issues, or going to a TBC Broadcaster or Leader in the community, when they were the one that didn’t follow the instructions and caused the problem in the first place.  I wish people would just quit that behavior.  I also wrote an article showing how Members with “Stand Alone Wallets” should go ahead and set up a free Kringle Cash account and from inside that back office complete their payment and then they are in a good position to migrate right away.  Please read:  http://blog.thebillioncoin.info/2018/05/27/migrating-a-stand-alone-wallet-is-easy-using-a-free-kringle-cash-account-posterarticle/

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