Satoshi Mines
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Archives on FileIce

Here you will find my erudite information archives on FileIce.

Originally a harvested collection of fruitful statements made by staff in the official FileIce forums, I have since concisely rewritten them in the interest of conveniently providing affiliates with accurate information.

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PayPal is an international payment processor which allows payments and money transfers to be made directly between account holders. All FileIce withdrawals via PayPal are made via an internal issuing system known as Mass Pay. These payments are subject to an imposed alternating fee of 2% (up to $1.00) for US recipients and 2% (up to $20.00) for international recipients. Typically, funds will arrive in the recipient’s PayPal account 3 – 4 days after they are sent.

Should an affiliate wish to withdraw PayPal funds into a bank account attatched to their PayPal account, the payment will reflect on their bank statement as a BGC (Bank Giro Credit abbreviation) and include PAYPAL TRANSFER in the deposit description.

Like many other CPA networks, FileIce has experienced problems with PayPal in the past due to the nature of PayPals ever-changing diabolic policies and service restrictions. Therefore, although PayPal is one of the cheapest and most convenient ways for FileIce affiliates to request withdrawals, it remains reputable for being the most precarious.