FireSurfice Revised Plans
Chris, the admin of FireSurfice is trying his best to make the program stay for a long time. In the recent updates Chris informed about the change in the investment plans. First of all the name of the plans along with their minimum and maximum investment amount limit were changed. Now for all plans, minimum investment amount is $5 and maximum is $500.
Later on Chris made another change to the investment process that is from now on if you want to invest at a higher level then you can only invest up to the amount of investment at your current level of investment. It means if you have invested $50 at ‘level 1′ then you can only invest up to $50 at ‘level 2′. For the current upgraded members this change will come into effect once their higher level upgrade expire. You can read the official announcements below -
Hello, after 24 hours spent on adjusting the accounts of upgraded members to comply with our new plans, I am finally done working on them. So i am sending this notice to everyone about our new plans. The new plans have new names and new minimum and maximum amounts. These plans are geared towards stability of the program.
If you are an upgraded member you should have received a personal email from me regarding your account adjustments.
Remember that any program will not succeed without continuous support from our members. Check the new plans and upgrade to the next level!
Thank you for your time.
I received a very nice suggestion from one of our supportive members who has a considerable amount of upgrade on our site. After checking this suggestion sent to me via e-mail, I immediately thought, I have to modify the plans yet again. The changes on the plans again makes perfect sense, for small to big members alike. We put everyone in consideration when I thought of implementing these modifications on the plans.
The minimum set for each plan is now $5 and the max is $500. Here is how the plans should work:
First rule, your upgrade on your next level plan must not exceed the active amount you have on your current Level . For example, if you upgraded $20 on Level 1, you can only upgrade up to $20 on Level 2, then $20 on Level 3. Take note that $20 then would be the max you can upgrade on the next level. Here is another example, if you upgrade $20 on Level 1, then it means you can upgrade $5 or $10 or $15 or $20 on Level 2. ($20 max because this is your active upgrade amount on Level 1) . If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact me.
As for those whose upgrades were moved already to the new plans. You are not yet required to follow these rules until your Level 6 and Level 7 upgrades expire. This applies when your Level 6 and Level 7 upgrades expire, so you will then need to balance out your upgrades from Level 1 to Level 5, to determine the max amount you can upgrade with on Level 6 or Level 7.
Remember that FireSurfice.com cannot continue without further support from its members. I ask that current upgraded members re-upgrade back into the program in order for us to continue the good thing we started.
We are weeding out the bad members and monitors so please support FSi.