FirstChoice Pay and iFriends: Frequently Asked Questions
About FirstChoice Pay: FirstChoice Pay is a service that allows participating web sites like iFriends to
send payments to independent contractors, like you, electronically. With FirstChoice Pay, you can be paid one of two ways. First, you can be
issued a prepaid MasterCard/ATM debit card, onto which your regular payments from iFriends are electronically loaded. You may then use your FirstChoice Pay Card in any number of different
ways to realize your earnings, including ATM cash withdrawal, online bank transfers & wires, point-of-purchase sales, or with any merchant or bank
that features the MasterCard logo, or the ATM logos Cirrus or Maestro. Your second option is International Bank Transfer. With this, FirstChoice Pay can deposit
payments directly into your regular bank account.
You can obtain general information about FirstChoice Pay at FirstChoicePay.com, including a generic Frequently-Asked Questions feature that applies to all the companies and independent contractors who use the FirstChoice Pay service. To learn more about the International Bank Transfer option, visit FirstChoice Pay's Local Bank Transfer Service information page. (The FirstChoice Pay website and FirstChoice Pay FAQ are very valuable resources that we encourage you to read carefully).
For specific information unique to iFriends, and how it and FirstChoice Pay work together to pay you electronically, please review the questions and answers below.
For further clarification, please see the examples below:
Let's assume you have an ID Card with a $100 minimum payout, paid via FirstChoice Pay, with three screennames linked to it - Screenname1, Screenname2, and Screenname3.
If Screenname1 made $50, Screenname2 made $40, and Screenname3 made $30, that's a total of $120. Since the total ($120) is greater than the minimum payout ($100), all $120 will be paid.
If Screenname1 made $200, Screenname2 made $1, and Screenname3 made $1, that's a total of $202. Since the total ($202) is greater than the minimum ($100), all $202 will be paid.
If Screenname1 made $30, Screenname2 made $20, and Screenname3 made $10, that's a total of $60. Since the total ($60) did NOT reach the minimum payout amount ($100), you would not be paid this week, and the $60 would roll over to next week.