JSS Tripler Restart in Progress!
I just logged-in to my Just Been Paid! backoffice today and was really surprised to see a huge announcement about my favourite online money earner, JSS TRIPLER. The Owner Frederick Mann announced that he activated the Restart Features of the JSS Tripler. What exactly is the JSS Tripler Restart Feature? Will I lose my earnings? Will it increase or decrease my earnings? Watch this video and read the FAQ that I copied from the site. More details will come out in the next few days.
JSS–Tripler Restart FAQ
It’s most important to appreciate that when practically all high-return programs reach a point where cashflow becomes negative, the owners simply run with the money and the program disappears. This has been the history of all the high-return programs I’ve been in since I (Frederick Mann) started earning a fulltime income online in 1997. (As far as I know, failure and disappearance has also been the fate of all the other high-return programs! Those still running are almost certain to suffer the same fate!) That we’re doing a Restart for JSS–Tripler demonstrates our determination to continue to serve our members and show that the JSS–Tripler/JSS combination really is indefinitely sustainable.
Q. Is this “Restart” the same thing that has elsewhere been called the “Restart Feature (RSF)?”
A. Yes. It’s the essential feature that makes JSS–Tripler indefinitely sustainable. Without the Restart, JSS–Tripler would fail — just like practically all other high-return programs.
Q. Will the Restart be applied to all JSS–Tripler accounts?
A. Not under “normal circumstances.” Generally, the Restart will NOT be applied to our newest members. Typically, the Restart will not be applied to JSS–Tripler accounts during the first “10-25? days of starting the accounts. (The “10-25? is a variable parameter to be determined for each Restart.)
Implication #1: In general, you don’t have to fear that immediately after you start with your JSS–Tripler account, there will be a Restart.
Implication #2: In general, you can promote JSS–Tripler without having to fear that immediately after your referrals start their JSS–Tripler accounts, there will be a Restart.
Note: Under certain “abnormal circumstances,” a complete Restart may have to be done. An example would be if a payment processor were to freeze our account and steal our funds. A complete Restart would convert ALL JSS–Tripler positions into JSS positions. JSS–Tripler can then be restarted with a different payment processor. Members retain all their JSS positions and can continue earning from them. (Most members will also most likely be able to recover funds from the “bad” payment processor!)
Q. If the Restart is applied to my account, how will my earnings be affected?
A. The tables below give some examples. The tables are based on certain assumptions spelled out below the tables.
Note: Comparing the last two columns in the above tables shows that as a result of the Restart your total earnings will increase!
Q. Can you explain why, in the longterm, I’ll earn more money as a result of the Restart?
A. Before the Restart you basically earn triple the funds you’ve used to buy JSS–Tripler positions. During the Restart part of your CAD (“Cash Amount Due” — see below) is converted into JSS positions. Converting part of CAD into JSS positions effectively triples part of CAD (that already represents original funds plus 50%).
Assumption #1: The “Basic Conversion Percentage” (BCP) is 50%, meaning that half your JSS–Tripler positions will be converted into cash and JSS positions, valued at $20 each. (In practice an “Applied Conversion Percentage” (ACP) will be applied to your specific account. Your ACP may be higher or lower than the BCP, depending on your JSS–Tripler profits.)
Assumption #2: For your positions to be converted the “Cash Amount Due” (CAD) is the amount you would still have to earn before these positions mature. The tables assume that your CAD is 75% (half of 150%) of your “total 2% earnings.” (In practice your CAD may be higher or lower than 75%, depending on how much you’ve earned so far.)
Assumption #3: You receive 10% of your CAD in cash credited to your JSS account. (You can withdraw this cash or use it to buy more positions.)
Assumption #4: The rest of your CAD is converted into JSS positions at a rate of $20 per position. (Any remainder is added to your cash.)
Assumption #5: The longterm earnings from your JSS positions will be $60 each.
Q. Can you provide examples of exactly how you do the calculations for the tables?
A. For the first table, your “2% earnings” add up to 150% and the earnings from the JSS positions add up to another 150%, for a total of 300%. That’s how JSS–Tripler triples your funds.
For the second table, I do the calculation for the the third item, i.e., 100 JSS–Tripler positions before the Restart. Assuming that 50% of your positions are converted, after the Restart you’ll have 50 JSS–Tripler positions.
The CAD for 50 JSS–Tripler positions is assumed to be $750.
10% of this is paid in cash, i.e., $75.
This leaves a “CAD balance” of $675 to be converted into JSS positions at $20 each.
This comes to 33 JSS positions, for a total of $660, with a $15 remainder.
The $15 is added to the $75, giving a cash amount of $90.
The 50 JSS–Tripler positions that are not converted will continue earning 2% per day for a total of $750.
When these 50 JSS–Tripler positions mature, you receive 12 JSS positions. Add the 12 to the 33 above to get a total of 45 JSS positions.
These 45 JSS positions will earn $60 times 45 = $2,700 when they cycle.
So your total earnings after the Restart will be $90 plus $750 plus $2,700 = $3,540.
Q. After the Restart, how will my earnings compare to what happens with the typical high-return program when its cashflow turns negative?
A. With the typical high-return program, the owners run with the money and your earnings drop to zero! You lose everything you have in the program when it disappears!
Q. The tables suggest that my JSS–Tripler earnings will drop by 50%; is this correct?
A. It depends on the “Applied Conversion Percentage” (ACP) applied to your account. In any case, this is much better than the typical high-return program where your earnings drop to zero when it disappears. The increased longterm earnings will more than make up for your reduced shortterm earnings.
Q. If I’ve done considerable compounding will I lose any of the “compounding eddect” as a result of the Restart?
A. No. The Restart calculations are based on your total JSS–Tripler positions, irrespective of whether you bought them from newly added funds or from earnings.
Q. What’s the best way to build up my earnings again?
A. Compound some of your earnings and sponsor people.
Q. When is the best time to buy new positions?
A. Immediately after a Restart.
Q. When can another Restart be expected?
A. This cannot be predicted. It could take 6-18 months.
Q. Do I keep my downline after the Restart?
A. Most definitely. You continue to earn 10% / 5% when they buy positions.
Q. After the Restart will JSS–Tripler continue generating new JSS positions?
A. Yes. Your remaining JSS–Tripler positions will continue maturing. For every four JSS–Tripler positions that mature, you’ll get one JSS position.
Q. Does my JBP account have to be upgraded to get my JSS positions created by the Restart?
A. Yes. Your JBP account needs to be upgraded to Level 1.
Q. What can I do to cycle my JSS positions more quickly?
A. This is covered in the FAQ: Placements and Cycling JSS Positions More Quickly. At the time of writing this FAQ during July, 2011, JSS premium placements were being filled in less than a week. At this rate, if you buy placements on the first level of yout JSS positions and upgrade them to premium, and you persuade your downline members to do the same, you can cycle any JSS position in two weeks!
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