It's been almost 3 months and I transferred $200 to my paypal account and it's not there. Unfortunately I have no proof. I didn't do a screen shot. I've never had a problem with this site before. I've always made good money and yeah it took a month or so but eventually it was in my PayPal but not this time. I really don't think there is anything I can do. I can write their help dept if they have one. Any one else have this problem? How did you resolve it?
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