how much important a dollar is for you?

India
May 18, 2009 5:47am CST
I am from India.The currency of my country is rupees or INR.if i earn a dollar that means 50 INR.so i do this hard work to earn that amount but i wonder people even from USA are working hard here or with some other sites to make only a few dollars.they are very happy if they earn even $0.11.If I had to work online throughout the day just to make INR 1,I would never do it.so I want to know does it really counts for you people to earn even a $.
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@CatGods (4596)
• United States
18 May 09
Well I'm in the U.S. and my currency is the dollar. Here in the U.S. a dollar doesn't really buy any thing. My online source of income doesn't come from mylot. I am a tarot card reader. I'm not sure what that would be called in your country (India) Maybe I would be called a mystic? But the only reason I come to mylot is to meet other people from other countries and to socialize.
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• India
20 May 09
thats really great.tarot is the word which we also use.can you help me with tarot card reading if I have any question?
@CatGods (4596)
• United States
20 May 09
yes I will try to help you but perhaps we should talk about it in PM. Unless you don't care who see's your question and my answer to your question.
• India
18 May 09
A dollar is important for me as well. When I earn $10, I earn Rs 500 roughly. Rs 500 is a considerable amount for us Indians. There is another reason why I like the dollar. Most Indian money programs online pay reward their members with peanuts when compared to the the foreign ones. I joined RupeeMail some years ago and I have earned and received a check of Rs 200 but do you know how many people I had to refer? 100!! That is why I prefer the dollar.
• India
18 May 09
I am also from India and like to earn in dollars than rupee.If i get 10 dollars from mylot,then it is nice earning and i will get 500 rupees Indian money.
@rolento (227)
• Spain
18 May 09
i work in € so i need more dollars tha someone that works in other currency. and in spain prices are vey high so it can be very frustrating when you got 1$ and it takes 3 weeks to receive to your account
@chookie1971 (2277)
• Australia
18 May 09
At the time of the post, every $1 US means almost $1.32 Australian. It is good news for me. Although it would have been nice if the exchange rate was lower. But If I was to buy in the US, I would prefer if the exchange rate was higher.
@med889 (5958)
18 May 09
Well as I live in Britain so £ is more important for me than $ and I am happy like that ;-) But in most of the sites here they pay in dollars and I am also happy to get a lot to convert them later into pound sterling;-)