Microworkers pays for Paypal now

@911Ricki (13602)
Canada
January 17, 2013 4:23pm CST
I went to cashout with Microworkers, I now have enough for my Corningware dish set. Before it was only Payza, or Money something rather paying. I went today aand they have Paypal in the list, only problem is it's a higher % fee when you cashout. Seeing as I trust Payza over Paypal right now I will stick with Payza, and not pay more for the fees.
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@iva75cpb (729)
• Bulgaria
19 Jan 13
That's great news for me, as I haven't logged in Microworkers recently. Eversice Payza disabled bank withdrawals I stopped working there because there were no use to work and get paid in Payza, but then not able to withdraw your money. I will now go check it out, thank you!
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
19 Jan 13
They haven't disabled bank withdrawls, I have just verified my account, and transferring it now. It's still pending though, I am waiting for it to go through.
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@iva75cpb (729)
• Bulgaria
19 Jan 13
My account in Payza has been verified for years. But since November 2012 Payza disabled bank transfer withdrawals and ever since I am unable to withdraw, and this happened to half of the Payza users worldwide. Payza confirmed that withdrawals will be enabled again in January so maybe it's done, I haven't checked lately. Thanks for the information.
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@txgrl21 (819)
• United States
18 Jan 13
That's awesome, thanks for letting us know. I haven't worked at Microworkers in awhile, I kind of hate Payza but now I'm definitely going to check it out.
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@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
19 Jan 13
I have been putting my money through Payza, and it's pending verification to be transferred to my bank account. I can't say I have had any problems with them this far.
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@khithi17 (764)
• Philippines
21 Jan 13
I've heard a lot of good feed backs and discussions about this site and I am really getting very interested. I want to try this but I don't know or I don't think it is available for Philippine users.
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• South Africa
21 Jan 13
Hi Ricki, can you add me as friend and tell me more how to make more money. I am new in this and looking for ways to earn more money working online
@shiesse (308)
• Canada
21 Jan 13
That is exciting, as I have a paypal account and do not have a payza account. I had tried Microworkers I while ago but life got in the way of my online money making attempts, so I had to take a break for a while. I have $11 on there and now that they have paypal maybe this is one to get active with again. Thanks for the info, I'm excited now!
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@GardenGerty (70503)
• Marion, Kansas
19 Jan 13
When I started there they were PayPal, but by the time I got a payout they were Alert Pay, which became Payza and I have never done anything with that after my first payout which went to alertpay and I do not think I had a fee. Moneybookers is probably the other one. I may have to check it out again, but I was trying to put it into Payza as I have a site that I want to put money into that will not do Paypal.
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@youless (65209)
• Guangzhou, China
19 Jan 13
What a coincidence! Yesterday I posted the similar post here. Yes, I found that Microworkers start to provide to pay by Paypal again. This is a great news because this is the most convenient way for me to get my money. Today I already got my payment from Paypal. Since you don't know getting money from Paypal. I really hope we could exchange money. Namely I send you my Payza money and you send me Paypal money.
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@jalucia (1435)
• United States
17 Jan 13
How is microworkers? Good? Bad? A hassle?
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
17 Jan 13
I find it very easy to earn money, and I make roughly $100 a month online.
@Cutie18f (9567)
• Philippines
18 Jan 13
How? Hsve you upgraded your membership Ricki?
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
19 Jan 13
Nope, I dont think they have different levels on Microworkers. I just do tasks when they show up, I log in just to check what is available, or if I am bored I will go through the different tasks. It's all in how you work at it, and the time you put into it.
@mariaperalta (19229)
• Mexico
17 Jan 13
thats great... do you still have to have that pin numbers mailed for first cash out there?
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
17 Jan 13
Nope, just the first cashout you need the pin. Once that happened, then you don't get a pin, it's literally right away deposited into your account.
• Mexico
17 Jan 13
darn, leaves me out. Mail is so bad here. Would never get the darn thing. And Im at 9.66 there.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
17 Jan 13
Get it mailed to me, and I could give you the code. Or can you change your address on your profile there?. I make about $100 a month with Microworkers. Why is the mail so bad there?.
@saundyl (9698)
• Canada
21 Jan 13
So why is it you trust payza more?i understand not wanting to pay higher fees though
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
21 Jan 13
Because Paypal made $50 disappear and they wont do anything about it, they put me in circles, and I am still out $50. I wouldnt trust them as far as I can throw them, once the money hits my account it is gone to my abnk account, so it doesn't disappear like the past.
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@saundyl (9698)
• Canada
21 Jan 13
That makes sense. I';ve never had money disappear on me from paypal. I know someone who had their payment disappear from the bank though...money gone from the account and not to their bill...and no transaction record to account for the money either.
• United States
23 Jan 13
Omg! I had no idea they pay PayPal now. I hated that other processor they used. I might go back and try, but I have work to do in the home.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
24 Jan 13
I have been using Payza, and have about $150 in my account, but they need to verify my account, I am not sure how long that takes I submitted it Saturday.
• India
18 Jan 13
That is a good news microworkers again paying-out through paypal. When I joined at microworkers, there had been paypal at MW. Then they stopped paying through paypal.My three payouts were through alertpay(payza). Now I am happy. I am half way for my fourth pay out.Even though the fee is little up, I can withdraw the money to my bank account without any request.Being from India I am getting the money transferred to my Indian bank account immediately from paypal. That is nice.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
19 Jan 13
I wasn't aware that they had paid through Paypal before. Glad to see they are again, and more members will take advantage of it.
• United States
18 Jan 13
That likely will attract more people to that site. I think that many people were probably avoiding it before this due to the fact that it didn't give Paypal as an option.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
18 Jan 13
That's what I thought, when I saw it. Most of m money is in Payza, and I haven't had an issue and it's lower fees to withdrawl.
@skjee10 (439)
• India
18 Jan 13
i am also a member of this site and over $2 on my account but as i am indian,i get very limited jobs daily.But with inclusion of paypal as a payment processor,i think i will try again to complete jobs here.I don't like payza,because it's very high charges for bank transfer to indians.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
18 Jan 13
That is so sad, that they charge so much different fees for different countries. Why is it so much?. I hope you can get some money from them, and not be charged a lot of fees.
@NailTech (6895)
• United States
17 Jan 13
I haven't been there since I found out the high cash out limit and that they don't accept Paypal. But now that they do and it's a high fee I'll probably not bother to go back still. Thanks for the headsup about it, why do these sites need to charge a fee? Everyone's out to make a dollar everywhere these days, I guess.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
18 Jan 13
The fee outweights the amount I make. Normally I make roughly $100 a month on Microworkers, I do tend to cashout when I reach my goal, so smaller increments, so yes I do end up paying more fees. Cashout is $9.00 normally I wait until $30 or so, and it's roughly $3 they take off for fees.
@alberello (4767)
• Italy
17 Jan 13
Well this site called Microworkers, I've already heard of, even though I personally am not signing. I know this is a site that pays pretty well, but I know nothing about what kind of jobs must be performed. But now you say you also pay with Paypal. Ok, the fee will be higher, but I have no other payment systems just outside of Paypal. But maybe one day I could see to enroll in Microworkers. How does it work, this, I have to learn!
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
19 Jan 13
Maybe, one day you can check the site out. I make a lot online through them, I am very happy with them. You do simple tasks from liking a page on Facebook, twitter post, signing up for things, and so on.
@besweet (4953)
• Greece
17 Jan 13
That's very good news for me! I have $9.70 at Microworkers and I didn't have a Payza account, I only have my Paypal. I know that the fee is 0.5% higher, now I need to do 1 more job because I need around $0.02 more in order to cash out! It's great though because I will do one more job and I will be able to be paid! Thanks so much for the info, I wasn't participating at that site any more since I realised that I couldn't get paid and I thought they would have closed my account! Fortunately, it is still there and my money are available for withdrawal!
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
19 Jan 13
Good luck, and I hope you get payout. I earn a good chunk of money there each month. I did leave when I first joined for about 6 months, as I was slightly confused at how the site worked. But when I logged in the money was still there, so I don't know if it actually expires or not.
@SomeCowgirl (32277)
• United States
17 Jan 13
A lot of people will start to appreciate that more and the fees will go down as more people switch over to paypal. As long as payza is just as smooth to transfer money to and from with no fees or minimal fees I see no reason in switching though.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
18 Jan 13
Payza charges 0.50 cents to transfer to the bank, whereas Paypal charges $1.00. I don't trust Paypal as their issues in the past which have yet to be resolved.
• United States
17 Jan 13
Someone should teach me how to make money on this site lol. Ive been trying to do task and dont know how to complete them. I need training please.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
18 Jan 13
MyLot and Microworkers are two different sites. Microworkers is more like tasks, whereas MyLot has both tasks and posting. I normally make about $100 on microworkers a month doing simple tasks.
@julyteen (13256)
• Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
27 Jan 13
I am a new member of microworkers. As of the moment I don't understand fully the concept. Submitted 20 task already and waiting 8 still pending. Do I need to finished the rating from the employers of my 20 task before I can submit again?