Open to Interpretation
January 3, 2016 5:59pm CST
I have run into discussions trying to determine how we earn, what is cheating, what is paid and many other things. I think a lot of things here are open to interpretation, but the final say so is from the owners and admins of this site. That is why we have "guidelines" to guide us rather than hard and fast rules. We need to be flexible in our interpretations, that is for sure. I even have run into someone who because of the way they interpret the guidelines believes that bad spelling will prevent earning here. Yes, the guidelines talk about not using text speak, or not using "creative spellings" to get around the use of profanity. Deliberate misspellings are what I think that is about. However that person prefers not to be here and says it is hard to earn. I know where she is working, and in comparison I find myLot to be a "piece of cake" I also respect the fact that myLot is not for everyone. But people should not judge themselves too harshly. That is, however, my interpretation. So let's be flexible, follow the guidelines and relax and yes, have fun.
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4 Jan 16
that's how it was in the old mylot. sure, we will whine now and then that it was a "slow earner," even the active/senior ones will take 2 months to reach $10, but i don't recall amounts actually being written about (like how much they earned, lost, still lack, etc). since earnings in the old mylot were updated every 24 hours, we only knew the next day/night we logged in how much we did for our activity the day before, but i don't recall members posting about "i earned only x amount for x hours yesterday." we did know and expected back then that we would lose earnings if we participated in a discussion that we knew would get deleted.
• Manchester, England
4 Jan 16
The guidelines are quite useful, but I have to agree that they are far from categorical and can leave us a little undecided on many issues. I think this may be intentional in order to allow us a little more scope as long as remember to be sensible and fair.
• Derry, Northern Ireland
4 Jan 16
Persistent use of a mis-spelling in long articles on dodgy subjects were common on another, now defunct, site. I have not seen evidence of that here so far, perhaps because of faster Admin intervention, or because that type of poster has not tried to get exposure on here yet. Common sense, and everything in moderation is good advice.