Trying to Learn the Ropes Here
By Sheila Brown
December 19, 2015 10:02pm CST
Well, I am wrapping up my second day here on myLot and am trying to figure it all out and "learn the ropes". I understand that discussion is the key and I really like that! I have noticed one thing that I don't understand. When I go to my notification screen, there is a box that says "offers" under notifications, messages and suggestions. Can someone explain to me what this is and how it works?
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• Pikeville, North Carolina
20 Dec 15
As near as I've been able to tell, Offers is a way to earn extra money by participating in and signing up for certain promotional schemes (not necessarily bad schemes). I have made a little extra from them but I am very selective about which ones I will try.
• El Paso, Texas
20 Dec 15
Offers here is about the same as offers on inbox$$ and many other sites, just a list of different sites where they give you opportunities to earn by participating, so far I've had no luck getting paid for the trouble so I don't bother with them. If you have questions about how all that works you can message @goaskalice for more advice.
20 Dec 15
Offers may be in the form of a survey, a adspack, or whatever in exchange of a penny or something. It is easy to comply if you do have a debit card, a bank account or whatever they require of you. For offers, I find it not to promising. Well, it's up to you, if you want to try it.
• Cambridge, England
21 Dec 15
Below is a link to my standard 'Welcome Pack' which has links to all the essential information and also to a quick guide to using MyLot and answers to some of the most commonly asked questions. The 'Offers' section is a page of links to 'special offers' and surveys which claim to pay you a few cents for completing the offer. Most of them require you to enter information which you may not want to disclose - email address, street address, phone number and credit card details. You should be very careful about what you share and why, of course. I would advise only completing the offer if you are genuinely interested in the product being sold and only then if you can't find it cheaper elsewhere from a better known company. In general, it is probably best to ignore 'Offers' altogether!
A quick user guide to MyLot with answers to some Frequently Asked Questions, a short history of MyLot and other notes Pages Useful Links Welcome to MyLot MyLot is a social site which rewards you for taking part in discussions. There are members from all ov