Is min. payout amount $500/$250 too large?

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    ioc

    ioc Affiliate Guard Dog Member

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    Is min. payout amount $1000/$250 too high?

    I read the payment info on their website.

    Commission fees for affiliates will be paid between the 25th-28th in the following month after commission accumulated.
    Commission will be paid by one of the following methods when the minimum payout value has been generated:

    Wire transfer - at least $1000 by the end of the month.
    Alternative payment methods - at least $250 by the end of the month.
    (for alternative payment methods please refer to: affiliates@7aff.com)
    Affiliates are urged to update payment information into their accounts, in case of any problem please contact your personal account manager.

    Is min. payout amount $1000/$250 too high?
     
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    Engineer

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    I think $250 is too high, especially if they can pay to a web wallet such as NETeller, EcoCard, Moneybookers, etc. Minimum payments to web wallets should be no more than $50.
     
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    bonustreak

    bonustreak Administrator Staff Member

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    I think it depends on the method and the aff that is waiting on the payout to be honest. Some can afford to let it build up to 500 and some cannot, 250 is bill money for someone so I think that is a bit too high as well. 1000 to get a wire that is riduculas imo.
     
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    slotplayer

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    those figures are high, but financial experts say you should have at least 6 months living expenses set aside. With the current economy some are saying 12 months.
     

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