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Started by sagrgoriesh 2019-10-17 at 15:17
6 replies to this topic
sagrgoriesh
Monthly Gold
Posts: 3
deposit : 240
withdraw : 141
net : -99
cristvalent
Monthly Gold Plus
Posts: 82
Received: $0.0000
Balance: $6.1563
Referrals: 4327
Quote: sagrgoriesh
deposit : 240
withdraw : 141
net : -99


Hi.

Could you explain, how did you manage that money and in how long?

number of referrals, extensions. etc....
giang1990
Yearly Gold
Posts: 846
Received: $678.3500
Balance: $36.7213
Referrals: 745
deposit : 278
withdraw : 630.8

ROI: 226%

Giang
« Last Edit: 2019-10-24 at 13:18 by giang1990 »
Keep singing this chorus, my dear friends...
sagrgoriesh
Monthly Gold
Posts: 3
Approximately 15 month of monthly gold membership with 500 RR with most likely 5.8 AVG using solid trust pay.
cristvalent
Monthly Gold Plus
Posts: 82
Received: $0.0000
Balance: $6.1563
Referrals: 4327
Quote: sagrgoriesh
Approximately 15 month of monthly gold membership with 500 RR with most likely 5.8 AVG using solid trust pay.


Hi.

I think, the losses were, for not taking your account to 750rr.
You paid for a membership, which you did not get your maximum performance.
Khan_G
Yearly Gold
Posts: 368
Received: $227.5600
Balance: $10.0460
Referrals: 2908
Quote: cristvalent
Quote: sagrgoriesh
Approximately 15 month of monthly gold membership with 500 RR with most likely 5.8 AVG using solid trust pay.


Hi.

I think, the losses were, for not taking your account to 750rr.
You paid for a membership, which you did not get your maximum performance.


exactly
NorrinRadd
Monthly Gold
Posts: 2
@sagrgoriesh

You are focused on your deposit/withdrawal performance/ROI. Take into account that your RR's have a worth too. If you set one RR at 0,15 USD you get an additional amount of 75,00 USD. This reduce your total loss to 24,00 USD or 1,60 USD per month. Expand your total RR's to 750 and hold your avg clicks to a solid 5.7/5.8 and you will get your profit. Maybe not this year but sooner or later.

Keep up your good work.

NorrinRadd