| 11-03-2009, 09:17 PM || #2 |
Join Date: Jul 2008
| | Re: Help, I did something with my WI bucks and I dont know what I did with them!
I'm not sure what you did...
Here are directions for giving WI Bucks:
And here are directions for checking:
Gifting of bucks is a nice way to say "thanks for being a great friend" or "thanks for the help! here is a gift" or even "Thanks for just being friendly!" - Whatever you choose to say, it's a great option to give a big thanks to someone.
All gifts have a -5.0% fee, if you were to gift someone 1,000 bucks, you would see a 50 bucks fee. It is not that much & really is a great price to pay for a smile to a friend's face.
Simply press on the [Give WI bucks] below their post count
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and fill out the form!
You can now also give a gift anonymously -
When you receive a gift of WI bucks, you will be sent a PM from the admin noting who it is from (it may be marked anonymous) and the comment. - You can also see your gifts on your balance page.
Hope you find out what happened and get it all sorted out.
The amount of savings you can hold in your account is effected by your user group.
UPDATE: Thanks to ClaraZ25 - The limit appears to now be un-limited for all user groups.
A gifted member may be able to save more then a webkinz and a gift guru more.
A minimum of 500 WI bucks must be put in the savings account to receive 3.5% interest on the bucks (interest is you earning bucks!) every 30 days. Every deposit takes a minimum of one day to complete & withdrawing the transaction before then will result in a fee of 5.0% of that amount. (Example: If I deposit 500 I would lose 25 (math??) bucks by withdrawing early).
All savings transactions (taking money out or in) receive a 2.0% fine. So, if you deposit 1,000 bucks you are going to see 980 go in. It is a small fee for a good feature.
If you have a lot of bucks, put some away to save & earn interest. Do your best not to touch these and you will see it pay off in due time!
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