Can you believe it?

@akuler (3539)
Malaysia
July 16, 2009 9:52pm CST
Do you believe when someone show you a payment proof with blank ID? I hardly can believe it. All image can be alter if you know the way to do it. And if you really want to make money there is no way to stop you from doing that. It make me laugh sometime when I look at the payment proof images. In that images, usually the original person who receive the payment will put his blog or website address. And other people will use the same images to convince other to join as their referrals. A smart person will delete the blog or website address if that is not theirs or even replace it with their site address. But a stupid and lazy person will simple cut and paste everything and expecting everyone to believe it. What do you think of this? Please share your opinion.
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9 responses
• Australia
17 Jul 09
That is true. Sometimes people use fake payment proofs to try and make you join websites. There are lots of people in the make money forum who I believe only join mylot to spam with these websites, as none of them have ATLEAST 10 posts. It is quite easy to make a fake payment proof. It's important to be smart and know how to catch the fake ones out from the real ones.
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@akuler (3539)
• Malaysia
17 Jul 09
Hi pweety_princess, That's true. They came here only for a referral. And spamming all the discussion. The main problem is when they start a discussion. I feel pity for those who give a responses because most of that discussion be deleted and their earning will be gone too. Happy mylotting and have a nice day.
@daliaj (5689)
• India
17 Jul 09
Yes, you are right. how can we believe all these proofs. I work with photoshop and flash where you can edit those images eaisly. Somebody can esily edit it also using ms paint. I have seen manay people just joined mylot and start creating discussions on various online payment sites. Mylot is the only site where I work online. I think it is work putting my maxium effort in mylot rather than running through various websites and not achieving minimum payout in any of them.
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@akuler (3539)
• Malaysia
17 Jul 09
Hi daliaj, Yeah ... that's what am I talking about. There is a lot of fake images out there and you can do one if you know the way to do it. I have a few other programs that I join but never under those who I believe using a unethical way to get referrals. Otherwise, I prefer to join that site under no one referral. Happy mylotting and have a nice day.
@akuler (3539)
• Malaysia
17 Jul 09
Hi francisco1981, I would go under someone referral if I think he/she deserve it. I also like the exchange idea but usually it is hard to find someone to join a good site because it seem to be everyone have joined it. We, on the other hand, also have joined every site that they can offer. What I didn't understand is why this people used others and claim it as theirs. If you just joined that site, tell the truth. No need to cheat because people can find the truth. Happy mylotting and have a nice day.
@LouieWpHs04 (4559)
• United States
17 Jul 09
Aha, my website is about people submitting payment proofs with their referral links. Hopefully, I can usuallllyyyy spot out the fake payment proof images in a snap. I wouldn't want people going through my newly made website and finding a payment proof from a website to help confirm it's legitimacy only to find out later that the payment proof was forged! That would be bad!
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@akuler (3539)
• Malaysia
17 Jul 09
Hi louieHpHs04, Yeah ... if you said that you can give assurance that all the payment proof are genuine only to find out later that it is fake, your reputation will be down. And since your site is new, you better be more careful before accepting a request to be add as a proof of payment. Good luck and have a nice day.
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• United States
17 Jul 09
Well I made it very clear in the TOS that there is no guarantee of any payment proof that they see within the website, but if I see any obvious fakes they will be removed immediately. However, basically. The best i could tell them is to along with seeing the payment proof probably follow up with some research in the history of the site.
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@akuler (3539)
• Malaysia
18 Jul 09
Yeah ... the best thing to do is do our own research. If we can commit our time do join this site, why don't we spend a few minutes or the most a few hours to look for any information about that particular site. It is better to do it now then regret it later.
@xichen7 (153)
• Philippines
17 Jul 09
Actually I believe that, but if somebody tell me that a very short time you can earn a very big a mount, I will not believe. In my opinion, you can earn the money in a normal way, if something looks so good and no need any experience or hard work, I think is abnormal, I will not do this things, it will waste you time and effort.
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• United States
17 Jul 09
I think it can be true, but when I posted my payment proof on mylot, to not break the rules, I had to block out the paying site because it had my affiliate info on it. But, I added where they could go to see it without all that blocked out. I have seen some that I think are fake, but I'm not smart enough to do that. I don't even have photoshop!! LOL, good post though, some people who are new to internet money making probably don't know that people can fake those.
@akuler (3539)
• Malaysia
17 Jul 09
Hi happyness3, Of course some of this proof of payment are true. But some people use others proof of payment and claim it as theirs to convince people to join him/her as a referral. This is totally unethical for me. There is a few ethic and honest ways to get others to be our referrals. Happy mylotting and have a nice day.
• India
17 Jul 09
omg is dat true .never knew abt it thanx for informing ........from noe on dates i vll look at it closly n find out the fake 1 if the id differes as u have sud.....and cud u plz temme some others ways to find out the fake provess
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@akuler (3539)
• Malaysia
17 Jul 09
Hi angelparis, Thank you for your response. But could you mind to type the full word because I sometime found it is hard to understand the meaning of this short-form. The second responder said that his/her site has shown a proven images of proof of payment. You may go and give a visit to that site. Good luck and have a nice day.
• United States
17 Jul 09
I really don't even know how to get these payment proofs, all the sites that i can tell a person directly about a sites i do on my own word. if I say i've been paid then i'v been paid. i wouldn't want referrals for sites that don't pay, this wouldn't do me any good plus it would make my reputation go down. If i havn't been paid by a program then i say i haven't. there are some on my blog that i hav't put the work into to be paid but i have researched and found many happy members. thanks for the great topic. Maybe you can tell me how to get these payment proofs because i don't know how to get the image. I can only copy and paste the info from my paypal account. But rest assured i only tell the truth here on mylot about any site i'm with either good or bad take care, Francisco
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@akuler (3539)
• Malaysia
17 Jul 09
Hi francisco1981, Good to hear that from you. I agree with you. Just be honest. Show what is yours and not show others work and claim it as yours. You can get the images by using the print screen (prt sc) on your top right keyboard. You can edit that images using images editor software like photoshop. Happy mylotting and have a nice day.
@jshekhar (1563)
• India
17 Jul 09
Hello Akuler, I am completely with you on this one.Its really good that you came up with a discussion on this topic. I find it amusing when those idiots want us to believe their proofs with blank IDs, and the reason they would give is that they have concealed their IDs for "security reasons". I mean, if I tell you my PayPal ID, what do I stand to lose?? The maximum you can do is to give me some money and I definitely wouldn't mind it.. LOL
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@akuler (3539)
• Malaysia
17 Jul 09
Hi jshenkhar, That's true. You want people to trust you but your action shown that you didn't trust them. I am glad to show my paypal ID to convince people then use the blank ID since I only have a few dollar there. And if you feel that it is not safe, just make withdrawal every time you receive your payment or transfer it to MY account .
• China
17 Jul 09
I think the person showing others payment proof are expecting others can believe him/her so that others can because his/her referrals.Then he/she make money depend on his/her referrals.The referrals earn more and he/she can also earn more.So i think the payment proof is believable. If it is wrong,the referrals will not earn any money at all.As a result he/she will not earn money either at last. So a person and its referrals has the same interests.
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@akuler (3539)
• Malaysia
17 Jul 09
Hi bjjunqiang, It is okey if you said that is other people payment. But if you said that it is yours then it is cheating. To claim something that is not yours is totally unacceptable. There is a lot more honorable ways to look for a referrals and cheating is not one of that. I, myself, prefer didn't have any referral under me rather then cheat people to earn a few cents. Thank you for your response and have a nice day.