what happens to accumulated earnings when one becomes inactive?

Philippines
June 9, 2008 8:23am CST
I used to be an active mylotter sometime in April-May last year. Although my earnings were minimal, I think about more than $3 only. And then I got busy with a lot of things which kept me 'away' from my lot for a long time. When I decided to start at it again, I noticed that the earnings I have gained are no longer included in my current earnings. Do you think it was forfeited?
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@zweeb82 (5727)
• Malaysia
12 Jun 08
Well, I guess I already replied to you on my posting alreadyAnd also the people before me here has answered your question quite clearly. Well, I guess all of us need to be aware of such things or else our hard earned $$ will just fly away!~
@ketybhagat (4125)
• India
10 Jun 08
Actually I dont think mylot should do this. Inactivity could be due to various reasons, like I had a fracture of the knee and was bedridden for nearly 4 months. I do not have a computer at home, so I think my lot should consider all these things when confiscating earnings. Everybody in the world is not able to afford a computer or the charges for internet. In India, everything is costly compared to our earnings, so I would induce everybody to request mylot to wait for at least six months before confiscating the amount.
@stephcjh (32385)
• United States
10 Jun 08
Someone said that it is Mylot guidelines that if we become inactive after so long, that your earnings will be reset to zero, no matter how much is in there. I never did know this until one of my Mylot friends pointed it out to me. I wish I had known or realised that before I lost my earnings but I guess that was my fault. I was away for a while last year too.
@mirage108 (3403)
• United States
9 Jun 08
I don't know have you looked at all your prior months all the way back to when you were active and then became inactive. I know I not been very active myself for awhile now I do check in about once a month though and my earnings are still there.