Today I would like to discuss something not easily answered. At the same time something that everyone tries to figure out. When you complete an offer you rightly expect to be compensated for for efforts. However that does not happen. Why is that. Well unfortunately the answer is complex. All offers are different and come with their own "rules".  These are sometimes written in the offer requirement but usually they are not written on each offer but used instead as a type of quality check to ensure the offer was completed with sincere interest. 

Duping or duplicating an offer
As a general rule all offers are only meant to be completed one. That means if you already completed it (at another wall or site) it is not suppose to credit again. Exceptions to this include daily surveys and any survey, task, or offer that states how often something can be repeated. If something is a "daily offer" such as surveys, it is meant to be completed once per a day, not per a wall or site. Again doing something more then the times  intended will often result in no credit.

Emails
As a general rule you should use the same legit email every time you complete a survey. However, as a general rule most offers require a new legit email with every offer completed in a "offer family" or type. These are not rules for every offer or survey, but guidelines. The offer usually state if it wants a new email or if you should use the same one as before. You should always use a legit email owned by you. Temporary or disposable emails are not what advertisers want you to use. They can not only result in an offer failing to credit, sometimes it can lead to a reversal of an offer that did (incorrectly) credit or worse a advertiser or network blacklisting you. Aol, Yahoo, Gmail are all reliable legit email providers. 

False info
As with using disposable emails, false info is not what advertisers want you to use. Using any false info can not only result in an offer failing to credit, sometimes it can lead to a reversal of an offer that did (incorrectly) credit or worse a advertiser or network blacklisting you.

Cookies
Sometimes cookies can cause a tracking issue with an offer causing it to fail to credit. As a general rule it is recommended to clear cookies once a day. However some people get plenty of things to credit and never clear they cookies. Some people find it best to clear before starting every survey or offer. clearing cookies is easily done. In most browsers just go to option/ history/ then click clear history. If you are unsure what to do just google "clear cookies" and add your browser.
Here if how to delete off of FireFox
http://www.ehow.com/how_7869711_clear-firefox-cookies.html

Timing out
Some offers and most surveys have already determined a reasonable time frame it should take a person to complete it. Going too fast can result in failure to credit as it is assumed you are a bot. Going too slow is not usually an issue but can also result in failure to credit. Take your time and read everything it is saying.

There are many other things that can result in no credit. This includes but is in no way limited to giving too many generic answers and/ or failing a test question. And some times we just will never know why something failed to credit.
 


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