As you know, when you started on giffgaff you almost certainly asked questions in the cummunity and you got an answer almost instantly in most cases
Now, giffgaff offer payback to members who spend time helping answer questions in the cummunity, up to £30! now thats great
But helping out in the cummunity ive realised that there are some cummunity members which spend literarily hours of there time almost every night helping out
I contacted one of these members and asked him if he only got £30 a month or he got extra for helping out more than other people?
He answered: no i dont but i like helping in the cummunity
I propose that giffgaff should single out these cummunity members and give them extra payback for the work they do!
If you think this is a good idea or have been helped by these people then kodo the idea
Some do deserve more but there must be a cap in order for payback to be financially viable.
There are many forums on the internet and as I am discovering, this one has a better atmosphere than most, so I am not surprised that some members choose to spend a long time on here.
I agree with you, and i believe that there should not be a cap on the amount of Payback one should receive.
The gg community spend hours, days, months and years on here helping the customers of giffgaff, making sure they are happy and that there problems are resolved.
I remember when giffgaff first began, there was no television adverts, unlimited internet on goodybags, I hope giffgaff don't carry on doing stuff like this.
Whats next giffgaff?
Since there are proposals for changing the formula for awarding payback next year which may achieve this, I think it may be best to wait and see what happens before considering something like this.
In any case, I wouldn't support anything that might encourage members to post simply in an attempt to get more payback. Offering more money is not the way to encourage better quality posts.