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Are Credits useless, now?

  1. emets31 emets31

    Total Posts: 77

    Joined: 24 Mar 2014

    I am sitting on a small amount of credits, but it seems like they are now useless, since trading for cash became a thing. Nobody wants to trader for credits anymore, and it seems like everyone is desperate to unload them. Will this change soon, or should I go ahead and chalk it up as a loss? It feels like Goozex all over again...

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  2. yankees7448 yankees7448

    Total Posts: 210

    Joined: 25 Nov 2015

    It is goozex all over again.

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  3. Joesoup1972 Joesoup1972

    Total Posts: 31

    Joined: 18 Jan 2015

    maybe they need to do something to transfer credits over

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  4. yankees7448 yankees7448

    Total Posts: 210

    Joined: 25 Nov 2015

    They need to cut credits altogether. Sites that rely upon virtual currency are destined to fail.

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  5. emets31 emets31

    Total Posts: 77

    Joined: 24 Mar 2014

    So, based on the lack of replies, I am guessing they are...

     

    I think you guys are right. And that is a good idea, Joesoup1972; maybe LeapTrade could do some sort of buyout program. It would be a much better way of keeping members than to just leave us hanging.

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  6. ezshock ezshock

    Total Posts: 12

    Joined: 3 Aug 2014

    Yeah, i highly doubt they'll do anything to transfer over your credit. That would cost them money, and they aren't going to do that.

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  7. emets31 emets31

    Total Posts: 77

    Joined: 24 Mar 2014

    Well, you never know. Costing a bit of money is still a better alternative than losing a bunch of members.

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  8. yankees7448 yankees7448

    Total Posts: 210

    Joined: 25 Nov 2015

    Quote by emets31


    Well, you never know. Costing a bit of money is still a better alternative than losing a bunch of members.



     


    Losing members wouldn't be a problem. They could always get new people. Money that disappears isn't as easy to replace.

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