Shared paypal with friends on mylot

India
January 15, 2012 10:14pm CST
I havd a friend who want to join mylot but he says to me that he have no paypal account and he didn't wan to makd one as he has no bank accout in his name. I told him that he can share mine paypal but he thought how? My question is will mylot allows to share paypzl with friends who also became a referal? How we got to know that who got paid and how when payment is done to same paypal?
8 responses
@Olleenz (3400)
• Indonesia
16 Jan 12
I believe you can find your answer here: http://www.mylot.com/nr/editaffiliations.aspx But contact admin for confirmation (maybe I'm wrong) Happy lotters
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• India
16 Jan 12
Hi Olleenz I know about the link that we can share our Paypal and the computer to other mylot members. That i had read from the mylot faq. The link you provided me is the link for setting those things. You didn't provided solution to my problem. Yes i might have to confirm it with admin for a clear details. Thanks for you comment.
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@Olleenz (3400)
• Indonesia
16 Jan 12
Huh ....? I believe I already provide right link for it but I have doubt about combination between share paypal and referral link to your friend (admin might consider your friend just fake). That why I also suggest you to contact admin about it.
• Grand Junction, Colorado
16 Jan 12
You can not share paypal accounts here at mylot. Here is the link: http://www.mylot.com/o/guidelines.aspx It's the second one under the Now for the DON'Ts, Share PayPal accounts. Please use only one PayPal account per myLot account. Any violations could be cause for your account being canceled by the mylot admin. I would suggest to your friend to set the payout at a hirer amount and work on getting a checking account open to verify his paypal, it's a fairly easy process. Good luck.
• India
16 Jan 12
Thanks for the guideline links but we cans share paypal as thier option of doing it. Mylot give that so that we have our privacy safe and for do they didn't have conflcit for disputes between the shared paypal owners. We can share paypal with family and spouse you can get the link setting at first response. Since my friend have no PAN which required for opening the paypal. Also he didn't have bank ccount so he afraid to come to mylot without paypal.
• Philippines
16 Jan 12
Yes,you can go to your preference check there about paypal account sharing info,you have to put the name of the person that you are going to share with.
• India
16 Jan 12
Hi befrindwithme26 I know that i can give the name of the mylotter whom paypal i shared and it has been linked give by first user. But thw question is that can be shared it with our friends or not. If there referl is there can be share it with him. This is big cause as i think i might v ilote the terms so it would be diffcult fro me and my account might got terminated.
• India
16 Jan 12
U can give that while requesting payout . I don't , it will work everyone , but it is working for me .
• India
16 Jan 12
Since it is necessary that you need to have min payout before the end of the month so that we can paid next month. So to get paid we need to have payment information in mylot other wise we will not going to get paid. You said that it is working for you which mean that you have shared paypal right?
@enelym001 (8333)
• Philippines
16 Jan 12
Hi kundanraj, I am not sure but I think Ollenz have given the link to you already. All I know is that you and your family member can share paypal account but maybe not friends. It is not actually hard to make a paypal account, he should just input his info. If his problem is because he don't have a bank account, well he can use his earnings by shopping online. Or since he don't want to open a bank account, he can just transfer the money (his future myLot earnings) to your account once he needed the cash.
• India
16 Jan 12
hi enelym001 Ollenz has given right link for setting the paypal for sharing with other mylot members. yes there is option that we cn share with whom spouse or family members and the third option is others. Its look like we can choose other for friends but i still have doubt that if my friend whom i give my referal link to join mylot and thus he became my refferal and then is it right to share with him the paypal? I am confuse. He has no bank account as well as he too have no PAN which required to have make Paypal. If suppose he got PAN and don't have bankaccount and he got paypal then he can't sent paypal money to anyone unless he add crdit card so no one can buy through it That is bad Don't you think?
@mr_pearl (5037)
• India
16 Jan 12
Hello... I think, that is not a good idea... Technically, there does not seem anything wrong with it... Please refer to FAQ before you do anything, which will violate the rules of myLot. I just went through FAQ and there are no guidelines about it... It is not hard to create a new paypal account, right? And your friend can transfer the funds to your bank account.. how is the idea/???
• India
16 Jan 12
It is written in mylot faq that you can share your paypal with the family memebrs other myloters but it is not refered that if the member is friends what to do or if it is referal what is to do. Will it right to share to friends or referal the paypal is not clear written. You don't think that it is very easy for making paypal. Here in our country we have to have PAN card to make new account in paypal. In making PAN is easy but sometime it took card to get but little time is there as he is out of home so it is not easy to get one.
@JenInTN (27564)
• United States
31 Jan 12
I don't think there is a way to share a paypal account. It might not be a very good idea to try that anyway. I think that if your friend wants to become a member and enjoy the benefits of being paid through myLot, that he should go ahead and open his own account. It would be better for you and him in the long run even if myLot allowed it.
@kingparker (9698)
• United States
17 Jan 12
I don't think mylot will let you do that, and if you read the guideline carefully, you might already violate their rule here. So, don't risk it. Tell your friend, even though he open a paypal account, he can request a check rather than direct deposit to his account in a bank.