A little confusing here........

Philippines
January 17, 2009 12:38pm CST
So like I said I am about almost half way to my minimum payout, but I already heard some of myLotter get charges from Paypal. I'm not sure, how and why. So I haven't received any payments yet, but I did receive refunds before. So now my Paypal uses my credit card, so I'm wondering if I get my payout soon, will Paypal charge me of that? And like if I want, just in case to withdraw that money, can I actually do that with my credit card, though I'm thinking it can actually covers my bills of my card. Can anyone tell me about this? Btw, I'm from Philippines, just so you know if there's any difference if I came from a different country. Thanks!
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@smacksman (6074)
17 Jan 09
If you have a commercial account with Paypal then you pay charges. If you have a private or personal account with Paypal then you don't. I have been paid 17 times by Mylot and I've never had to pay a penny charge yet.
• Philippines
17 Jan 09
That's a relief! Thank you! One more question, do you use credit card for your Paypal?
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@smacksman (6074)
18 Jan 09
Mylot is NOT cheating. Such comments are made by people who don't understand how Paypal or Mylot work and don't read the rules of a site. Paypal do not allow people to have accounts in certain countries. There is a list of the countries here in Mylot and also in Paypal. You need to have a verified bank account to get money into and out of Paypal. Paypal have their own debit card which you can use in ATM machines around the world to withdraw cash in local currencies. You will be charged for this service. It is not a credit card.
@liquorice (3901)
17 Jan 09
I don't know anything about PayPal using credit cards (how do you mean using it exactly?), but I've had many payments from myLot and never been charged for them. On another site, PayPal charges me for currency conversion, (which I was a little disappointed about), but I've never heard of anyone being charged for that reason on here. Hopefully somebody else will be able to help you on your questions about credit cards.