I feel that a lot of small business are starting to increase traffic with Fish Hunt. They may want to put custom amounts in their buoy. Maybe some odd change they have (I always hate having a non-landmark amount of money) to keep the buoy going. I find it somewhat annoying that I have to chose between 50, 500, 1000, and 5000 Lindens every time I want to add- let's say- 46. I feel as if I am being forced to conform to round numbers. I honestly feel that business will increase if there is the option to put in a custom amount. Let's say I want to put 100,000 Lindens in. I am not about to hit the pay button 20 times. Now, someone might say; "What about the smarties that put in a dollar to trick the system?" I believe this can be avoided simply by not accepting one Linden payments, by either returning them, or simply eating them up as tax. Either way, I think a llwoing custom amounts would increase business for Fish Hunt, and make a lot of happy customers.
Custom Buoy AmountsPosted by MariaCortez666 in Ideas - May 16, 2013, 4:19 pm
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