Time to vent!
Why is it soooo slow. I can't finish a single site these days! OK - done venting!
It's the same for everyone...The newbies stopped signing up and starting paying.
This increased the number of payers and decreased the number of new green sign ups.
Unfortunately the freebie economy is currently very slow because it's had such a large influx of newbies who recently became smart.
I'd say thats part of it definately..
but theres always going to be newbies out there willing to make a buck
[quote5e90d33302="Sweeney2066"]I'd say thats part of it definately..
but theres always going to be newbies out there willing to make a buck[/quote5e90d33302]
That is correct but i'm sure their price will go up...
I say no one is allowed to pay for referrals on the forum, unless they have 20 TR =) or less
^ That would be sweet. Maybe at least 5 TR or something. It'd make it a lot easier. lol
[quote1edacab4f8="J4320"]^ That would be sweet. Maybe at least 5 TR or something. It'd make it a lot easier. lol[/quote1edacab4f8]
Not only easier, but help others get a good feel on their trading ethic, also help eliminate quick scam frauders!
I too agree with the ideas above and I do have a low TR on FiPG! The forum is saturated with payers (I'm guilty) and not near as many people willing to complete offers. oops
An economic system in which the means of production and distribution are privately or corporately owned and development is proportionate to the accumulation and reinvestment of profits gained in a free market.
I am keeping this.
I think we should make a rule that states $50 of the referral payout is the max that a "greener" can be paid. D
Wow I thought I was direct enough in giving a definition of what capitalism is.
But to be more direct about it None of those suggestions are any good. They will not help us at all; all they will do is harm this forum.
yes I know what capitalism is... I am soo glad that you posted the definition.
Cool. Then you probably also know that limiting a free market isn't going to improve the trading forum; it's just going to drive new members to places like A4F and FLR.
You know whats an even better idea? Trading greens and paying only for the cost of the offers back and forth.
But sadly, "capitalism" just doesn't work that way...
So, I would have to say that the trading regulations should remain intact.