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RE: [Delegation Update] @SocialBot Delegated 100 SP to @SchoolForSDG4

in #delegation2 years ago

Delegators are donors, delegatros gets 20% of the share of @SocialBot

How does it work? You are delegating 100% SP to @SchoolForSDG4, which also you run. 20% of zero is zero. Is it just a marketing term?

20% shares of Delegators will be donated to charities on behalf of delegaors from each powerdown by @SocialBot

How does it work and is there a way to opt-out of it? You are delegating 100% of SP, how do you powerdown?

Delegate all steem power to @SchoolForSDG4 keeping some for powerdown.

Is this not contradicts some of your claims?

There are some typos, please fix those. :P

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I am sure you will find more information above now. Thanks for mentioning about typos. I believe It is not complex for general investors.

And, If one does not have any social interest still can delegate to earn 100% sales shares from @SocialBot like bidbots. I wish to walk slowly and get questions earlier, it is good to get a chance to explain it well and learn more.

Also as a user of socialbot, one will get a 10% profit of their bid. You can try it as well. I appreciate your support. Enjoy @socialbot service :)

So, delegators will get 20% shares, but in reality they won't. Why do you market it like you are giving 20% shares of the bot to delegators?

Well, @SocialBot has many types of delegators. Some are delegating not to get any returns for their investment instead they are sending donations as support.

I will say it more than 120% returns. Because we can't set any price for our emotional or social satisfaction. I understand that this is not all about accounting or coding. It is very common things as I explained it well to all @SocialBot delegators. If you are willing to delegate and have any further inquiry, Please do not hesitate to DM me on discord.

Some are delegating not to get any returns for their investment instead they are sending donations as support.

But you are paying them like any normal delegator.

You are promoting a service, you are at the top of Steem's trending page, when somebody visits steemit.com they see your post first. So, you claims should match with what you are doing.

You 20% extra is like me saying I'll be sending you 100 steem but I am sending it to myself (or other party) on behalf of you. Believe me you received 100 steem.

Please do not try to sell apples by saying you are selling oranges. If you cannot show that your claims are true please refrain from such advertising.

I am waiting to see how your math works.

You are promoting a service, you are at the top of Steem's trending page, when somebody visits steemit.com they see your post first.

I know I am promoting a service and thanks for letting me know.

But you are paying them like any normal delegator.

I am happy that he wished to donate manually and accepts our auto sending.

Please do not try to sell apples by saying you are selling oranges.

I am not sure what you want to establish. But thank you for your feedback. I appreciate your time. I already explained to you more than twice. So off to reply anymore.

I am not sure what you want to establish.

Claiming you are offering something better to the delegators but in reality you aren't.

I am happy to hear your feedback. Thanks.

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