I’m not sure how many of you have been watching the Big Crumbs website, but I’ve been regularly watching the updates. It’s rather hilarious to compare what they wrote versus what they might really have meant! OK, we all get our jollies in different ways. Here’s the latest update posted on the website last night. It says:
UPDATE – 2/5/2015 – 6:08PM EST
Members with verified PayPal accounts were paid as scheduled on February 2, 2015. Roughly 4% of members had unverifiable accounts and we will work with them ASAP to help them securely receive their payments.
Regarding the return of the BigCrumbs.com service, we have decided to use this time offline to implement additional modifications to the BigCrumbs website that will also better prepare us for the future of our program.
Thus, we will be offline longer than originally anticipated and have currently set an ETA of 1 – 2 weeks from this writing.
Thanks to all of our amazing members for your patience. We have resolved to turn this bit of adversity into an opportunity to make BigCrumbs better for all!
So: (1) most people got paid, but the unverifiable accounts didn’t; (2) the website is going to remain down so additional modifications can be made; and (3) hugs and kisses, it’s all good and Big Crumbs really loves you.
But, what are they really saying?
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