Sierra Tucker Okay, question about the 5,000 Offer Points - I have 5,815 in pending...so how will that work with Monday's offer cause I thought Offer Points wouldn't be fully given out until they've been viewed and that'd be at least a month.
I understand that. but it says it could take up for a month to be accepted and moved over. that's what i mean. cause i don't think anyone has done the offers that equal up to 5,000 and have been accepted already. that's what i am talking about.
Basically, right now "Pending" just assumes you've done the Offer. If you haven't then the Offer Points will never leave out of pending. If however you've done the Offer and it's been accepted by the Partner's system, then it'll say "Complete" in red under the Status column and the Points will move from Pending to your Balance. So when your "Actual" Offer Points are 5,000 or more, we'll allow those to be redeemed.
MeganP I'm really liking this new Rewards. Some of those Offers are easy, they start to look the same.
Sierra Tucker Okay, glad I that was posted below cause any time I log on & check everything is set back to 0.Is that what you're talking about AEO? Cause if so, does that mean everything will still be valid even though it says 0?
Yes, sorry...we are still working on it and it should be BETA ready tomorrow!
AskEachOther To AEO Members: Because of our Contracts, we cannot offer Cash or Paypal...but we can offer Giftcards (not sure if this means Cash cards, but we're checking) and sweet gifts, which we'll make sure are comparable in value to your actual points. Do you have any suggestions? Also...starting out we will not be able to validate points or redemption (due to our Partners' process) until next month. So some of your points will validate by Nov 15th and most by Nov 30th, but we should quickly be upgraded to a weekly status, which basically means you'll be able to redeem things weekly...and it is in our plans to hire someone totally dedicated to AEO Rewards distribution! Thanks for your support and we look forward to your Prize suggestions.
paradoxical Which is better, eternal happiness or a ham sandwhich? Paradoxically, nothing is better than eternal happiness, but a ham sandwhich is better than nothing. Therefore, a ham sandwhich must also be better than eternal happiness!!!!!
In fact, the question that's winning right now...has a whopping TWO votes! So you could be getting friends to vote on a question of yours ...and winning...TODAY!! - http://www.askeachother.com/most-voted
In fact we felt it would be much simpler, more fair and easier for people. It's not the Most Voted Question of the Week...it's Daily!! Aaaaaand there's a larger Monthly prize on top of that....aaaaand if people are really getting into it and liking it, we have plans to increase the daily amount aaaaand how many prizes we give away daily...so just give it a chance and you might come to like it...or even love it!
SkitzofrenicPsycho OK people....if you voted on my last question that was posted in relationships about the wills and someone leaving everything to someone else...you will have to go back and vote again because the other 2 copies got deleted by askeachother. Sorry.
SkitzofrenicPsycho Why isn't people voting on my questions? I have them posted in popular,relationships and mature. Please go vote and respond. I'm only curious about the answer to how many people are like me.
AskEachOther New AEO Rewards Winners have been posted! Congrats to all this week's winners. Remember it's a randomized raffle, each entry is like a raffle tickets, so they increase but don't guarantee your chances. Thanks for your support!
Sierra Tucker I am a HUGE bookworm.So,to me movies almost always fall short.Because OUR imagination creates the images in our mind & our vision's of things are never the same as someone else's.Plus, movies tend to leave out GOOD parts & drag out the CRAP parts. I.E. The Harry Potter movies. -.- Any HP fan will more then agree that they left a lot of the good stuff out when they could've cut some of the crap out. >.<
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