Does mylot take money out of your account?

@ladyljs (1303)
United States
April 19, 2007 8:55am CST
I feel like I am making less and less each day, even though I continue to post several questions and respond as well. Does mylot take money from your account for any reason?
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@Willowlady (10666)
• United States
19 Apr 07
As I tell everyone... keep track, check the earnings tab and see what happens daily for you. I keep a notebook and I can see what goes up and goes down. Keep the number of posts you do etc and you can then figure about what you are making per post. Also until they pay you the money can be tinkered with. Best to keep track.
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@ladyljs (1303)
• United States
19 Apr 07
That is a very good idea. I will have to try that. Thanks for responding...giving you a positive rating!
@crackhead (1826)
• India
19 Apr 07
Yes even i feel like i am making less money day by day. Its really low the earnings i have been accumulating for the past 1 week. I don't think mylot will take money from our account instead it wont pay us as it used to be earlier.
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@ladyljs (1303)
• United States
20 Apr 07
It really seems to be a problem. I only wish I knew what the problem stems from. Hopefully, we will see an increase soon THanks for responding! Giving you a plus!
• United States
19 Apr 07
Yes, as Cremechese said, you will lose points and income if a discussion you replied to is deleted for any reason. This is one reason why it really makes sense to understand the rules here. That way, you don't waste your time and risk the losses by replying to discussions that are just posted to get you to sign up with someone. There are also categories that mylot deletes from time to time, and they usually get around to cut and paste spammers. It's a good idea to pay attention to the members. I get familiar with some names and find out that they just steal material and post hundreds of discussions that don't even encourage replies. They will get deleted eventually, so there's no point in even replying to them. If you report someone for a violation, don't tell them about it, unless you're pretty sure that they just made a mistake. If they're doing it deliberately, they'll ignore you and keep doing it, and you'll lose your point for responding.
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@ladyljs (1303)
• United States
20 Apr 07
That is some very good advice! Thank you so much for responding. I will be giving you a positive rating!