Couple of dumb questions, but I'mma ask'em anyway...

Dallas, Texas
June 22, 2016 12:53am CST
This concerns earning money here on MyLot. At what point do you go from earning change to dollars? Because according to my earnings, I have 1,651 cents... Which would translate to $16.51... Usually anyway... So can I request I payment now, or do I have to keep posting and commenting until that 0 in front of the decimal turns into a 1, then a 2,3, 4, and a 5, first? And if so, do I have to reach like 1,000,000 cents before that happens? Or does it change like after 2,000 or so?
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@nhverma7 (192)
22 Jun 16
I think you can request payment at any figure after $5
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@owlwings (37683)
• Cambridge, England
22 Jun 16
You don't request payment here. It's automatic. Read the Earnings Program FAQs to understand how it works!
This is where you will learn all about the myLot Earnings Program
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• Dallas, Texas
22 Jun 16
@owlwings I've read the FAQs, but they're not specific... The answers don't explain how much change one has to accumulate before you start earning $1. And in thinking about it, I think I know how to get that information. I'm just emarrassed I didn't do it sooner...
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@owlwings (37683)
• Cambridge, England
22 Jun 16
@Hanyouyomi It's very easy. When you see the figure '1' to the left of the decimal point, then you have earned $1.
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@owlwings (37683)
• Cambridge, England
22 Jun 16
If your earnings shows "$0.1651" then you have a little more than 16 cents. $16.51 would display as "$16.5100". Once you have $5 or more in your bank on the last day of any month, you will be eligible for payment and will receive whatever amount was in your bank on the last day of the month on or before the 15th of the following month. You cannot 'request' payment. Payment is automatic as long as your correct PayPal ID (email address) is entered in the appropriate field in your Settinhgs screen. Read the Earnings Program FAQs to understand it:
This is where you will learn all about the myLot Earnings Program
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• Dallas, Texas
22 Jun 16
@owlwings (33866) "If your earnings shows "$0.1651" then you have a little more than 16 cents. $16.51 would display as "$16.5100" Ooooooh, that's how it works... Weird metric system, but whatever, now I know what to do. Because if what you just told me is accurate then I do have to earn about $0.1,000,000, before I can earn a single dollar... Good grief... Oh well, nothing ventured nothing gained... That means I can scrap my previous plan of just asking the site owners, because you just told me what I needed to know... But man, I thought earning money on this site would be easier than that...-_-
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@owlwings (37683)
• Cambridge, England
22 Jun 16
@Hanyouyomi There's nothing weird about the system except that there are FOUR places after the decimal point instead of two. It just means that earnings are quoted to the nearest 1/100th of a cent. Ignore the last two figures and you will know how much you have earned in dollars and cents.
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@scheng1 (24970)
• Singapore
22 Jun 16
No need to request payment, since payment is automatic. You just have to remember to fill up your paypal address, else you will not receive your pay.
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• Dallas, Texas
22 Jun 16
Yeah, I took care of that yesterday... So I'm good on that front.
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• New Delhi, India
22 Jun 16
Minimum amount is 5$
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@sishy7 (24693)
• Australia
17 Jul 16
Sounds like you're making it much more complicated than it actually is...
• Dallas, Texas
17 Jul 16
@sishy7 All right, what's the uncomplicated way?
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@sishy7 (24693)
• Australia
17 Jul 16
@Hanyouyomi As already explained by owlwings below earning is simply displayed with four places after the decimal point. Just ignore the last two figures and you will see exactly how much dollars and cents you have earned.
• Dallas, Texas
17 Jul 16
@sishy7 Oh that... Yeah, I just earned my first dollar a few weeks ago. So I just need to keep at it until I earn up to five or more and then get paid, assuming I can earn that much by the end of this month...
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