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Mrblack
12-10-2012, 10:00 PM
hey I put Charmaine on Enforcer position, it should only cost 8% on deposit.
why do I still get charged 10% when deposit money to bank????
WHY???????????????????????
I want a re-imburse!!!!!!!!!!!! the system has cost me over 100 thousands !!!

Airmid
12-10-2012, 10:07 PM
We know of the Charmaine and the percentage issue where instead of 1% she only gives you .1% off. We are currently working on a fix. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Mrblack
12-10-2012, 10:11 PM
my Charmaine is 2 star, which lowers the deposit fee by 2%.
not 1%

Airmid
12-10-2012, 10:12 PM
My bad <.< working on it!

Mrblack
12-10-2012, 10:28 PM
ok... hope you can fix it soon.

Mrblack
12-13-2012, 04:21 PM
Why this bug still not fixed??? Taking so long

Airmid
12-13-2012, 04:27 PM
Working with the code takes time and effort. Patience young Mrblack. Star Wars reference

DangerG
12-14-2012, 09:05 AM
Hahahah u costing us so much airmid!! I think when u enter the bank it alrdy has your full amount put in like castle age. I hate it when im just about to bank I get attacked and then i gotta reenter, then enter again till I die sometimes 3-4 times but that also maybe part of the game. Bank fast and furious!! LOL

Mrblack
12-15-2012, 02:33 AM
Losing money on every second.....

UWE_HidrA
12-17-2012, 08:39 PM
We changed Charmaine's powers and may continue to rework it due to the confusion with her power.

Currently, we have her base power as "-5% Bank Fee." It may be a little confusing at first, but this -5% is NOT 5% off the entire deposit, but rather, it's 5% off the fee.

Example math:

Deposit $1000 without Charmaine.
Bank Fee = $1000 * 10% = $1000 * 0.10 = $100
Total Deposit = $1000 - $100 = $900

Deposit $1000 with Charmaine
Bank Fee = $1000 * 10% * 95% = $1000 * 0.10 * 0.95 = $95 -----> [the 95% number comes from the 5% off Bank Fee]
Total Deposit = $1000 - $95 = $905

Basically for every $1000 you deposit with Charmaine, you will get to keep an extra $5. For every million you deposit, that's $5000. Of course, her powers will increase if you combine more Charmaines.

Mrblack
12-21-2012, 03:51 PM
The new way of deposit fee formula made her useless.
Every 1 million get 5k back, that's ridicules .

UWE_HidrA
12-21-2012, 10:27 PM
Well, I wouldn't call it useless. Before, it was 1%, or $1000 savings per $1 million. I'll see if we can increase this power in the future.

Mrblack
01-18-2013, 01:57 AM
Here's the situation, 2 star Charmaine, when put $124 in bank, the deposit fee cost $11,
10% is $12. only saved $1 ....completely USELESS...

Eharder
02-25-2013, 05:11 AM
We changed Charmaine's powers and may continue to rework it due to the confusion with her power.

Currently, we have her base power as "-5% Bank Fee." It may be a little confusing at first, but this -5% is NOT 5% off the entire deposit, but rather, it's 5% off the fee.

Example math:

Deposit $1000 without Charmaine.
Bank Fee = $1000 * 10% = $1000 * 0.10 = $100
Total Deposit = $1000 - $100 = $900

Deposit $1000 with Charmaine
Bank Fee = $1000 * 10% * 95% = $1000 * 0.10 * 0.95 = $95 -----> [the 95% number comes from the 5% off Bank Fee]
Total Deposit = $1000 - $95 = $905

Basically for every $1000 you deposit with Charmaine, you will get to keep an extra $5. For every million you deposit, that's $5000. Of course, her powers will increase if you combine more Charmaines.



I think this is a total joke. Why not make it profitable and worthwhile like an actual 5% off the entire amount deposited instead of just 5% off the bank fee. Who ever is running this must seriously be a lawyer or a banker and into the fine print. This is not what players are led to believe. I think it is a serious misrepresentation. Just like credit card companies hoping you will just pay the minimum balance and in thirty years have the bill paid off. This has the same idea attached to it - at least that is what I think and I'm almost positive other players would agree. Booooo!!!

Matt3600
02-27-2013, 02:18 AM
I at first thought of Charmaine's power to be what it actually is. It would be too much to take off so much from the charge. Plus it is most likely that if it took off an actual 5%, then after combining her a few times the bank would be paying YOU. Only if that happened in real life (it happens for long-term deposits but not for managing your account)