Are there alternatives to Paypal on this site for getting paid?

United States
October 29, 2015 2:18pm CST
Wondering if they offer any other options for payment. Will appreciate your feedback.
3 responses
@yukimori (9040)
• United States
29 Oct 15
No, at this time PayPal is the only payment method available here at myLot.
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• United States
29 Oct 15
Thank you for your civilized response.
@yukimori (9040)
• United States
29 Oct 15
You're very welcome! For reference, answers to a lot of common questions can be found in the FAQs, which can be accessed via the Help link on the sidebar next to your avatar. Please don't hesitate to ask if you have other questions about the site!
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@PhredWreck (6051)
29 Oct 15
Nope. Yer pretty much stuck with paypal. They used to offer a couple others years ago, but now it's paypal or nothing. I actually like paypal, have it connected to my back account and can use my paypal card as a debit card that draws from my bank as well as my paypal account.
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• United States
30 Oct 15
I was reluctant to use Paypal again because I had past problems with them such as not recognizing my password, prompting me to set a new password and then not recognizing the new password. It was quite aggravating but I may give it another try since that is the only option.
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@destry (2526)
• Kirkwall, Scotland
29 Oct 15
Why do you not read the FAQ's and find the answer for yourself - The answer is clearly stated, and people will not hold your hand for you in life so use your initiative and put the effort in!
This is where you will learn all about the myLot Earnings Program
• United States
29 Oct 15
Destry, your response is uncivilized and unhelpful. I just got on the site and don't know where all the key features are such as the FAQs. So that you do not scare new members off, why don't you refrain from cheeky answers and if you are incapable of being helpful to anyone, find other ways to participate. A mentor you are not.
@destry (2526)
• Kirkwall, Scotland
29 Oct 15
@lotoole Most people would peruse the guidelines and find answers for themselves - this is the civilized thing people do when they join. I provided the link to the answers that you need, and presume you are able to take it from there using your own initiative. May I recommend you familiarize yourself with the site before asking questions that you can easily answer for yourself. The Guidelines are a good place to start,
• United States
29 Oct 15
@destry, might I suggest that you take the initiative to reach out a helping hand to new members and if you are incapable of doing so, find other activities to amuse yourself. If I need a lecture, I will enroll in another college course.