Can you slip em a micky so to speak
I have heard of ppl getting credit on the wrong site b/c they hadn't logged out of another one when they are both gratis...so may it be possible if the site your are doing doesn't have any 'good' offers that you might be able to use this to your advantage???
i wouldn't try anything as stupid as that cuz the risk of getting put on hold
but go ahead
i got credited for blockbuster offer like yesterday on freegamingsystems.com (i'm on HOLD there), when i was actually doing that offer on get5friends.com... WTF!!!! am i not gonna get credit on get5friends???
Shit. I never log out.
But I heard this happens when you use Firefox or Safari, which I have done for most of the offers. I think I'll try to remember to use IE.
[quote2e3d4f6b84="n3il89"]i wouldn't try anything as stupid as that cuz the risk of getting put on hold
but go ahead[/quote2e3d4f6b84]
I wasn't probably going to try it.....I was just curious
I am surprised if you don't get in trouble just of speaking of this.....
[quotedd7d7fe315="manofice"]I am surprised if you don't get in trouble just of speaking of this.....[/quotedd7d7fe315]
[quotee290d91c64="manofice"]I am surprised if you don't get in trouble just of speaking of this.....[/quotee290d91c64]
Why should I get in trouble for speaking of such a thing...Jake should thank me for possibly bringing to his attention that the holes in their code as far as tracking goes may be used against them, although it seems to me that Gratis cycles in offers all the time so this shouldn't really ever be an issue.
Its not that big of a concern, just cause it is all chance that you get credit on another site. So the probability is very small that you get what you want. The chance is very great that
1. You get credit on the right site
2. If wrong, it probably wont be on the site you want it to be on.