So, rather how this whole phone sex help blog started, I am making this post so that I can quickly refer folks here for help…I see many of you are using the Nite Flirt (NF) affiliate program — which is great! ) However, more and more I am finding that the link folks are using in Twitter profiles and other promotional efforts are incorrect.“If a national sales tax of 2, 3, or 4 percent were being proposed, everyone would be up in arms,” Consumer founder Edgar Dworksy points out on his site. You can avoid the fee by using a debit card, for one thing.And there are laws prohibiting these surcharges in 10 states: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, Oklahoma and Texas.
After that, we'll increase it to the rate shown here. It is made up of the standard interest rate on purchases, outside of any promotional rate, along with any other charges you may have to pay.
The last ditch effort affiliate back-up plan is that the guy who clicks the link joins, spends enough to qualify as a payout for you — but doesn’t call you or otherwise become your client.
Sure, you’ll only get the one time affiliate earning (which is a nice ); but not a new client with a lifetime of earnings.
Ultimately, though, consumer awareness will be the strongest deterrent against widespread credit-card surcharges.
Stores have to let you know with a sign on the door if they’re going to add a surcharge — although they don’t have to tell you how much it is until point of sale, when you’re already at the cash register.