Do you like posting your online earning proof?

@besweet (7230)
Greece
August 16, 2012 6:11pm CST
I assume that most of the members here have their ways of earning money online! When I earn online I like posting my proof of payment online, I think it's a nice guide for other people about the sites that are legit and paying and I also enjoy it very much because it's a great achievment when we earn! What about you, do you post your proof of payment to show to other members about the earning opportunities that have worked out well for you?
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@Jessi_T (380)
• United States
17 Aug 12
I have a website I "try" to keep updated with my online payment proofs not so much to get referrals but to show others what sites are out there and currently paying. I have not updated it this month at all. I guess I have been slacking but yes I like to post it to help others. There were a time my online earnings were a big part of my actual income and every little bit helped, and I feel maybe there are others out there now where I was at back then.
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
18 Aug 12
So you have a site that has all your payment proof posted? That's interesting, this way you can show people how you earn your income as you said, and also you can keep track of your efforts through the years!
• Mathura, India
17 Aug 12
I am working with the several places online. Mostly I crossed the minimum payout levels. But I did not have transferred the money because I am searching the way to get the amount transferred in my bank account. Do you no best way for Indians.
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
18 Aug 12
I don't really know what happens with India. It sounds dissapointing to have reached the amount and not being able to get paid! So paypal isn't availabe over there? I've seen many indian users working on online sites, so I am thinking that there must be a way to get paid!
@marguicha (94646)
• Chile
17 Aug 12
I only post a proof of payment at the sites that make me do it to keep on cashing out. As for posting them here, I am sure my friends trust me when I say that I have been paid.
@besweet (7230)
• Greece
17 Aug 12
This is a requirement for some sites, I have seen it but I haven't been paid from any site like them yet! I know, most people will believe it but sometimes they need proof in order to get registered. For example, when I intend to join a new site, I search online for payment proof to validate that it's legit. But it's up to each one of us if we will decide to share our own earings publicly! I wasn't doing this for some time but currently I am sharing some proof online, I still keep my personal info private though!
@sajeevking (5080)
• Mumbai, India
17 Aug 12
Well i usually post Payment proofs of online earning because the first question members usually ask is whether I was paid or not.(I actually love to post this in my profile), facebook and few other places. If we don't show payment proof many members usually don't get convinced.
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
19 Aug 12
I know what you mean! That's why it's easier to get referrals once you get paid yourself from a site! When you see the proof there is not much more to ask about it, you either decide to join or not! Unless of course the earnings look unreal so in that case some people might be hard to be convinced (including me!).
• Mumbai, India
20 Aug 12
i know what you mean by that. Well there is nothing i can do about it can I ?
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@silverfox09 (4727)
• United States
16 Aug 12
I have never earn an attractive online income to post lol , what I earn will not inspire anyone but maybe one day I will
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
17 Aug 12
Hi! Thank you for your comment! People get inspired even from small earnings, because all of them can add up to a nice amount! I hope you can get inspired from your own earnings and also find new opportunities from other users that are willing to share their own efforts online!
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• United States
17 Aug 12
However much or little you earn will inspire someone. Don't doubt it! I began by earning a few dollars, then a few more, and now a lot more. And working towards a whole lot more. The thing is, if nobody had shared their small earnings I wouldn't have even thought I could match it. So yes, share your efforts and you may help someone who really needs it.
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• United States
17 Aug 12
Thanks for the advice
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• Indonesia
24 Aug 12
I post my payment proof from mylot and succeed to gain some referral, even hard to make them active on mylot. posting our payment proof, especially on our website and we have good traffic, it will help us to gain more referral.
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
24 Aug 12
Well, I haven't been lucky with mylot referrals either! I haven't tried a lot though, but the members that have signed up under just started a coupls of discussions and they never participated again. There is not much that I can do for that, it's up to them if they want to continue with the site or not. Personally, I think that mylot is a great site, but for some people it's not their style.
• Indonesia
29 Aug 12
my referral did so, they only stay for response some discussion then go nowhere. it is really hard to get referral exist on mylot because most of them want "easy" money. most of them will be lazy to discuss more and more, even for us this is very funny, educatif and entertaining
@Canellita (12058)
• United States
22 Aug 12
It is not appropriate to post earnings, and many sites discourage it. If a friend is trying to earn money and you want to share your info to help them, that should be done in private messages, not forum posts.
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@Canellita (12058)
• United States
24 Aug 12
The only site I know of where someone's earnings are available to be seen by others is Redgage. I would never post my earnings because it is no one's business by my own.
• India
18 Aug 12
Hello my friend besweet Ji, Well, I am of the view that before such postings here,myLot guide lines should be studied as they are partially barred from such acts. May God bless You and have a great time
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
19 Aug 12
Hello! Thanks for your comment! I think that mylot has our profile page where we can post the sites that we want to promote and our links with a html code. I haven't read the guidelines if we can post the payment proof over there though, but I've seen other members doing that on their profiles! I used to have some links and proof of payment as well but now my html code doesn't work and my profile is empty!
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• India
20 Aug 12
Hello my friend besweet Ji, Well, that is a good alternative, that you post on your profile and send a message to all those, whom you want to alert, it is not called discussion - started. You will always be safe. May God bless You and have a great time
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• United States
16 Aug 12
I usually blog about my online earnings and/or post in social networks and forums. However... I do not always disclose all online earnings. I post enough to let people know I really do earn and how I earn it.
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• United States
17 Aug 12
I post my earnings randomly in articles on my blogs, mostly my "abitosunshine" blogs. I also post earnings of Squidoo right on a Squidoo lens and also have a lens for general info of My Online Money Makers where I discuss how I make money online and disclose earnings examples. I do not feel it necessary to disclose to the world my income online, any more than I would offline. This is why I say I disclose a portion of my earnings, rather than full disclosure, so to speak. I agree, sharing enough earnings to show an earning opportunity is legitimate is helpful, especially if one is promoting for referral income purposes.
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• Vietnam
18 Aug 12
Great! So do I. I believe readers like a article or instruction that has pictures and proofs much more than normal ones. It keep them going and passing dificulty in making money online.
@besweet (7230)
• Greece
19 Aug 12
I agree, if I think as a reader, when I read about new sites it's easier for me to join if I see the payment proof! I can see if the site is legit and I also know what to expect from my earnings!
17 Aug 12
I just appreciate it very much when anybody post their proof of online earning online. It can be very motivational for others to know that the site they are working at is a legitimate site and that it actually pays. It is a good thing to do if the person who is posting the proof of payment online finds it as a great achievement and show to others that it is possible to make money online.
@besweet (7230)
• Greece
19 Aug 12
That's true! When I first started making money online, I was advised by other people and also members of mylot with their comments to do a good research on sites before joining and look for payment proof online. I do that since then and until now, I have avoided to join a few sites that look like a scam because no payment proof is available!
@alberello (4755)
• Italy
17 Aug 12
Well, I fully agree with your concept. Iis right for me to post the payment-proof, not only claim to have gained a certain amount, mind you! Post it just helps other users to first understand that you work in a legit site, which is definitely not scamm. Then it is also more or less the idea of approximately how much you earn working in that site.
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
19 Aug 12
Legitimacy is the first thing that we are all looking for before starting with a site! And I believe that even if the earnings aren't so high, it depends on each person's expectations if they're going to join or not! However, small earning amounts haven't stopped me from joining new sites if I know that they really pay. I think that this is the case for other people as well!
@riyauro (6430)
• India
17 Aug 12
I have never posted my earning proof but i have told the fellow mylotters in my responses as to what I have earned till now. I don't go to many sites but since now I am here on mylot, i don't like going anywhere else. I have found the best site which is mylot. thanks for sharing and have a wonderful day ahead.
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
19 Aug 12
I wasn't also posting for a long time, but to be honest, I didn't have much payments to post proof from! But now that I'm using more sites & earning from them, I thought that it would be good to post some of my payments online! I also share them if someone asks but usually people need proof that they can see and validate, so in that case the payment image does the work! Have a great day too!! :)
@cupkitties (7174)
• United States
17 Aug 12
Sure because I like for other people to be able to earn extra money they might also need.. Even if its just a little bit, it can be useful to that person. Its important to have proof or they won't go.
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
24 Aug 12
I understand when users want to see proof before joining a site. I want to be certain that it's paying as well before signing up with an earning website! There are many scam sites out there and it's normal to be suspicious and ask for proof.
@fantabulus (4005)
• India
17 Aug 12
Hahah....yes I like posting my online earning proof because I have only one site to earn the money that is mylot. Fanta dont know other site for earning and if know the name then not know how can work in it.
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
19 Aug 12
Thanks for your comment fantabulus! There are many sites out there, but mylot is my favourite as well! I enjoy spending time here and earn too :) By using mylot I am sure that you can find out about other earning sites that people are trying, and the members will probably be willing to help you start with them! Happy mylotting :)
@Fulltank (2896)
• Philippines
17 Aug 12
I only had it posted in a site where there are potential referrals. And that's when I was still starting in the internet business. Never did i do that again. I've learned that it would be better to look for referrals without showing your real income rather than exposing your account to lots of thefts in the internet.
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
19 Aug 12
Hi! Is posting the payment proof dangerous? I think that if you cover all the personal details you can be safe. I agree to your point though, but this is also something that can help others find out about a site and get you some refs too. It's also possible to post proof on other sites that have a special section about payments, and there you can find everything for the sites that you might be interested in.
@camalich (1118)
• Spain
17 Aug 12
I've also posted payments proofs as it is a nice way to attract people so they can see that you are really receiving money from the sites you are involved with. I used to have my current income stats on my blog as well but recently the sites I'm working with stated that this is not legal anymore and that they will freeze or even cancel your account if you are caught posting income and or payment proofs online in any way. So now I've deleted those "proofs" from my sites and blogs. Make sure you check the terms in the sites you are involved with so you do not get your account cancelled and then start to wonder what has happened! ;)
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
18 Aug 12
Why is it illegal to post your proof of payment? I wasn't aware of that to be honest. But since your personal details are erased, how can they find who you are and cancel your account? I don't have a blog, I just post some of my proof on other sites where there is a special section and many users do the same!
@elivna04 (51)
• Philippines
17 Aug 12
this is my first time to do an online/home-based job. when i get my first pay check, iI'll make it a point to post or blog about it! I think this will help legit sites like MyLot gain credibility! :)
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
18 Aug 12
Hello! That sounds very nice, I hope you'll get your first payment soon! I have also shared my first payment with mylot when I received it!! Happy Mylotting :)
@ptrikha_2 (8284)
• India
17 Aug 12
I do not have a habit of posting my Online earning proof. However, if a discussion crops up about whether a site is legitimate or not, I do tell about the genuine website that has paid me. I sometimes also reveal the figures about how much I earned.
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
18 Aug 12
That's also a way of sharing your payments, it's not exactly proof but you offer your payment experience to other users! Thanks for your comment :)
@R109948 (71)
• Philippines
17 Aug 12
posting proof of earnings is fun..this to let everyone know that we are really earning from what we are doing. but on the other side, it's not quite safe.
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@besweet (7230)
• Greece
18 Aug 12
It's fun indeed and sometimes you can also get some congrats! Why do you think it's not safe? If you cover your personal data then noone can see your name and details!