Are you really making the money from internet

India
July 9, 2007 9:48am CST
Are you really making the money from internet and tell me how and how you are using your pay pal account for it. Pay pal asks to associate a credit card with them and then tell me is the money will be transfered in to credit card account. I will be so thankful for this information.
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@wilynn (754)
• Singapore
9 Jul 07
Not really. I'm international and I guess you have to be a US or UK citizen to actually fully benefit from it. I'm not earning a lot but I'm just collecting pennies to support my megaupload subscription or to play some cute online games. I never and have not associated my credit card with paypal yet. Better to be careful. If you are interested in raking in pennies to build up the amount, do go to the following link and sign up: http://www.clixncash.com/index.php?ref=lilynnie The minimum payout is 0.05 and I reached it within the hour. So I tried to take out the money and I got paid within 24 hours or so. I'll share if I find other better ones. SO far, I think my lot and Clixncash are 2 good sites. THe rest, I really have my doubts but I'll continue to search. FYI, I have not gotten any payment from mylot yet because I have not reached 10 bucks. But many people are saying that they do pay and it seems quite likely to me... :D
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@Nykkee (2524)
• Canada
9 Jul 07
I use paypal and I never had to use my credit card. You can just hook your paypal account up to your bank account. As far as I know the only down side to not useing your credit card to verify your paypla account is that you can only deal with amounts less than $500 but the likelyhood of getting more than that at once time from online is probably unlikely unless you are selling stuff on Ebay or something.
@Lydia1901 (16354)
• United States
16 Jul 07
I do not thinking getting pocket changes is making money at all. Paypal have changed alot of rules since I have been with them. And you have to upgrade now in order to get your money somehow.