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September 14, 2017, 05:34:25 AM
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It is going to take a long time to collect 0.0001 BTC, just for the site to take it back as a withdrawal fee.
That's a lot!
I don't think it is fair to be honest, what do you think?
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September 14, 2017, 05:56:49 AM
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Faucets are most of the time a waste of time. If you are going to take a long time to collect an amount you can cash out and they are going to charge you a high fee you better spend your time elsewhere. I only use a couple of faucets now. It is better that you try to become a good forum member, posting regularly and adding value to conversations, so you can join signature campaigns. Once you do that, you will see that faucets are a worthless.
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September 14, 2017, 06:01:31 AM
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It is going to take a long time to collect 0.0001 BTC, just for the site to take it back as a withdrawal fee.
That's a lot!
I don't think it is fair to be honest, what do you think?

This may sound harsh, but it's better to have such fee.
Just imagine that Bittrex has 0.001 BTC withdrawal fee. But back to faucets: if you withdraw too often you'll end up with a wallet full of small inputs, making your transfer fee unbearable when you'll want to spend your money. A fee you consider big will make you reconsider that. Maybe you should reconsider the time you waste with faucets too.

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September 14, 2017, 10:39:10 AM
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It is going to take a long time to collect 0.0001 BTC, just for the site to take it back as a withdrawal fee.
That's a lot!
I don't think it is fair to be honest, what do you think?

I have seen some faucets with an option for every Sunday payout but with no transaction fees. I don't remember much about that faucets site name but I'm sure there is a thread available here in this forum about that site and the owner is a forum member also I hope my memories serves me right. That fee is big considering how small or how long it we can accumulate even the withdrawal minimum.
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September 14, 2017, 02:03:51 PM
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It is going to take a long time to collect 0.0001 BTC, just for the site to take it back as a withdrawal fee.
That's a lot!
I don't think it is fair to be honest, what do you think?

I know that Faucets and Ad Surf sites give a small amount. But taking a withdrawal fee of 0.0001BTC is not fair. Taking highest fee for withdrawal is worst case. So, try to avoid those sites and go for better ones. Some of the faucets will pay you weekly without no fee. Try to find out those.
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September 14, 2017, 03:29:11 PM
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It's totally up to you whether you use it or not, but if you earn there then try to withdraw larger amount compare to the fee

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September 14, 2017, 06:35:56 PM
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It is going to take a long time to collect 0.0001 BTC, just for the site to take it back as a withdrawal fee.
That's a lot!
I don't think it is fair to be honest, what do you think?

I have seen some faucets with an option for every Sunday payout but with no transaction fees. I don't remember much about that faucets site name but I'm sure there is a thread available here in this forum about that site and the owner is a forum member also I hope my memories serves me right. That fee is big considering how small or how long it we can accumulate even the withdrawal minimum.
It is https://freebitco.in/?r=6890742

It's totally up to you whether you use it or not, but if you earn there then try to withdraw larger amount compare to the fee
I decided to stop using it.
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September 15, 2017, 07:51:20 AM
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It is really not fair at all. Just pouring too much effort to solve captchas and waiting for the timer to be able to collect a few satoshis again for more than a week. You are also unfair to yourself in that way.
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September 15, 2017, 08:34:41 AM
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It is going to take a long time to collect 0.0001 BTC, just for the site to take it back as a withdrawal fee.
That's a lot!
I don't think it is fair to be honest, what do you think?

I have seen some faucets with an option for every Sunday payout but with no transaction fees. I don't remember much about that faucets site name but I'm sure there is a thread available here in this forum about that site and the owner is a forum member also I hope my memories serves me right. That fee is big considering how small or how long it we can accumulate even the withdrawal minimum.
It is https://freebitco.in

I think your right, this one is what I'm talking about. Thanks to this and I'm gonna visit my old account here. I hope I can still remember the password. Maybe just edit your posted referal (edited the quote). I know it is not allowed in this forum as long as I remembered but correct if I'm wrong. I'm open to it.
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