Recently, Bubblews has revised its payment terms stating that users from US,Canad and UK would receive their payments in 45 days and all Asian users would receive their payments in 90 days.
Do you feel the the days, to process the payments, are quite longer as per the new policy?
Apparently, it was a typo. Bubblews should instead say 450 days for US, UK and Canada. And 900 days for Asian countries. This would make much better sense when it comes to Bubblews.
i have made a hub just on the same
and i tfeel cheated with their new policy
I feel much discouraged after hearing this policy. Earlier they took 10 days and with July changes it went to 30 days. And later on, 30 to 45 days and now its 60-90. Bubbling is interesting. I posted more than 600 posts. But, payment term is not impressive.
I recall part of the announcement stated that they know who the good Bubblers are and will be paying them on the standard schedule.
I can imagine them having a "Good Bubbler" list. I would!
It would be much easier than keeping a bad bubbler list!
Santa keeps a list of who has been "naughty" or "nice".
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