Hi everyone. I am a 53 year old woman with big hopes, big dreams, and a big heart just trying to make a difference in the unfairness that life throws at us, while earning a living at the same time! Thanks for reading my blog.
Hi everybody! Here is the latest update on the 2 paying games I chose for this weeks topic. I have played both Lucky Diamond and Lucky Spades most of the day. I don't have anything bad to say about Lucky Diamonds. I love it; it's fun, challenging and a great way to pass time. I am at $140.32 right now, only $9.68 left to cash out! I can't help but be anxious and excited, despite the numerous bad experiences I have had with this. Even more importantly, the lack of good ones. But I really have a good feeling about this one. Still find myself waiting for the bomb to drop and my wallet to show up empty or for them to drop my pay to a penny at a time. So far, though, they are still paying me frequently and at a decent rate. The only thing that gives me concern is that it glitches out sometimes, giving me a blank screen, even if I exit to home screen and start over again. Sometimes it refuses to load for a few times. But so far it has fixed itself. Word Juicy did something similar before they glitched out for good and disappeared off google play store with no warning.
Rolling the Dice Pt. 2
I have decided to make this a blog post about paying apps that don't pay. I would like to submit a proposal to add this blog post to vocal.media as follows:
Hey everyone! Since Covid struck and with a lot of people stuck with no job there are a lot more "paying apps" on google play store. How many of you have actually gotten paid though? I myself have been trying to earn money with these apps since last year, only to be let down when close to the cash out point. Knife Bounty let me get up to $95.02 pretty quickly, then abruptly stopped giving me cash. For about a month I continued playing, not wanting to believe the cash out was never going to come. Whenever I should have received cash all I got was apples. I wrote numerous complaints to the developer but received no response. Then there was Word Juicy who glitched out, then suddenly disappeared from both my phone and google play store all on the same day when I was less than a dollar away from the $100 cash out requirement. I believe it now goes under the name Word Sweety. That developer assured me I would get paid once meeting the cash out requirements, but then made that impossible. There was also Lucky Dollar who almost allowed me to reach cash out, after a month or so of playing faithfully every day, anticipating the $50 cash out. I was only .06 away from $50 when that game also disappeared from my phone and google play store. The Idle games all lured me in with rapid cash rewards, even allowed me to meet the cash out point on one of there games, only to inform me of all the other requirements, ( such as needing to reach a level that was way out of reach ) and then it to vanished from the play store. Word Connect ( the original ) was one of my favorite games, but it too let me down. When I reached $90 it started paying me .01 every 15 -20 levels so that cash out was never reached. All these apps bombarded me with ads, while also infecting my phone with adware viruses.
Almost 7 years ago my boyfriend and I came to the small town of Murphy N.C. hoping to improve our life and be close to his family. We had no idea what hell this quiet, little town nestled in the bible belt in the mountains had in store for us. At first everything was good. He landed a painting job quickly making good money. We came here with lots of hopes and dreams of a life full of joy and hearts full of love as we grew old together. This town nearly destroyed all that. Almost 7 years ago the nightmare began. My boyfriend was arrested in Clay County by a Cherokee County officer. He was set up by a "friend" who asked us for a ride and ended up planting drugs under his seat. He was placed on probation for 3 years, but started noticing that he was being followed everywhere he went, it seemed like they had a tracker on him. Also we felt that there was spyware in our house. There were comments made by his co-workers about things talked about in the privacy of our bedroom. Then started the lies being told to him of affairs. We never had a cross word between us until we came here. But since this all started it seems all we do is argue. He witnessed someone that couldn't be seen trying to get in the back door. The knob turned but he could see nobody there. They fought over the doorknob and then it stopped. He called 911 to report it and they looked around and found nothing amiss but ended up arresting us because of some pot seeds they found, that I had forgotten about, and paraphenalia they had seen while conducting their search. He was held in a holding cell for about a week or two, sprayed with some kind of substance that impaired his vision and then made him blind for 3 days. He had vivid hallucinations, (or were they) of people being let in his cell to torture him - burning him, sticking him with pins or some kind of sharp objects, and various other things. When he was put into population he was told there was a hit on his life. He has had flashes of memory about the holding cell events ever since, just trying to piece things together and make some sense of it all. He first thought it may have something to do with old aquaintances, but as years went by we came up with several theories, and are still no closer to finding the truth. There has been talk of "people" walking through walls in the detention center. I believe I have also seen similar things in my house. Things like shadow people, figures in hooded robes, transparent figures surrounded by light, orbs of light (once they even entered my boyfriend who I will call E for the sake of protecting his identity). It went in his chest and out the top of his head.