do you lose your earnings after a certain time if you don't reach the minimum?
August 26, 2009 12:38pm CST
I just noticed that I have less money in my account today than I did in February. I haven't been active and haven't withdrawn money from MyLot in a couple of years. I get a few cents from referrals once in a while but sometimes they don't carry over to the next month. I tried to find some information about this but can't find any. It's been so long since I was here I forgot how to start a new discussion. I was going to post this in another interest group but couldn't for the life of me figure out how..... Sorry for that.
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26 Aug 09
As per the terms of mylot, our earnings will be reset to zero if we are not log in into our account for more than 90 days. Because of this, your earnings might have reset and the earnings you are having now is the earnings from your referrals for this current month. Better log in into your account at least once in a month so that you keep your account active and have your account balance there itself.
• Manchester, England
27 Aug 09
I have no knowledge of any such situation, but it could occur as a result of deleted discussions. If a discussion gets deleted as inappropriate or contravening the guidelines then all responses to that discussion will also be deleted. This seems a little unfair since these could easily be good and worthwhile responses that do not deserve penalising. As a result of responses being deleted then the overall credit gained by them will also disappear. The loss would usually be so small as not to be noticed, although if you have been inactive for several months then it may be a reasonably significant difference.
6 Apr 10
I lost all my earnings as I was really bored with the site and didn't log in for a long time. I wouldn't use this site as a money maker anyways, I want more than a fraction of a penny per hour for my work. I think I might just delete this account but if that means people who commented on my posts will lose their earnings I might just let it stay idle.