Earn money in a variety of ways, including but not limited to the following:
Exclusive partner campaigns
Every time a user completes a survey or offer on COINTIPLY, take a small part of the overall reward. Use the funds to cover operational costs, pay the support team, cover revocations from advertising partners, and fund the faucet & chat rain group payments.
COINTIPLY it keeps margins as low as possible to offer the highest possible rewards to its users. Also, Cointiply does NOT charge any fees for incoming or outgoing transactions.
You can withdraw directly to your DOGE, Dashcoin, and Litecoin wallet when you have at least 30,000 coins.
You can withdraw Bitcoin directly to your wallet when you have at least 50,000 coins.
Payment processing times.
All payments are processed in 24-72 hours.
If your payment is "Pending" or in "Review", it is not necessary to open a ticket. Your payment will be sent during our next payment cycle.
Once a payment is sent, it will depend on the blockchain of your withdrawal method how long it takes for the transaction to complete. In general, DOGE, Dash, and Litecoin payments are much faster than Bitcoin transactions. In times of high network congestion, Bitcoin payments can sometimes take up to two weeks to confirm on the blockchain.
Why did my Cointiplier fall?
We do not discuss how Cointiplier works, but we do explain that it is designed to encourage activity on the site. If your Cointiplier increased or decreased, it did so for a reason and it was not a mistake.
The good news is that you are in charge of your Cointiplier! If you want your Cointiplier to grow, be an active user, leave our website open, fill in the offer walls, click on our PTC ads, watch videos, play our great video games, and recommend active users to do the same.
Also, remember that the Cointiplier is not designed to reward loyalty. That's what our great Loyalty Bonus is for! The Cointiplier is designed to reward activity on the site as described above.
Important: Do not submit a ticket asking why your Cointiplier fell.
What is a chargeback/rollback?
Chargebacks and revocations mean the same thing, but different offer walls can use either term. In this support article, we'll explain what that means and why you might have one in your Claim Activity, and we'll use "chargeback" for simplicity.
In essence, a chargeback is what happens when an offer wall deducts coins for an offer for which they have already been credited. Each bid wall reserves the right to issue chargebacks, and the industry sees this as a key tool in combating fraud.
We know that chargebacks can be frustrating, especially when you're doing your best to earn coins fairly and honestly. We also find them frustrating, and we hope this article helps you earn money and avoid chargebacks.
Why do Offerwalls make chargebacks?
Each offering is different and they don't often share details about how they manage their audit process. With that being said, most surveys, app downloads, signups, deposit offers, and even video offers do undergo some type of offer. Surveys tend to be audited after the entire survey is complete, which can take 30 to 90 days. App downloads are often audited on the fly, and some large offerings (especially deposit ones) are manually audited or approved on a case-by-case basis.
Those audits can find discrepancies, VPN or proxy usage, duplicate IPs, or other issues related to whatever monitoring they are doing. When they encounter these issues, the bid wall may decide to charge back the bid. Similarly, survey responses found to be false or problematic by the bid wall, survey provider, or advertiser may also result in a survey refund.
We understand that problems with an advertiser can also result in a chargeback, even if you didn't do anything wrong.
All of these measures are necessary to combat fraud.
The following are common reasons for a chargeback. We're not saying you did these things, and the bid walls don't tell us why they issued a chargeback, but this might help you understand why you see a chargeback on your account.
Expedite a survey or other offer
Failed QA Questions in a Survey
Suspicious network activity
Advertiser Internal Quota Surveys
Mismatched location data
What happens when I receive a chargeback?
When a bargain wall issues a chargeback, those Coins are deducted from your account and are also deducted from what the bargain wall pays to Cointiply. In other words, we both lose and work hard to keep fraud off our site for this reason alone.
What can I do if I receive a chargeback?
You can always contact the offer wall. Since we have no role in this process, there is nothing we can do about a chargeback.