# Confused About Earnings

@Spontaneo (1662)
United States
October 11, 2017 9:45am CST
Hello! I am either having a blonde moment or simply lack common sense. But I do not understand the earnings. For example, in the United States a dollar is \$1.00 Well, in the earnings section of myLOT, there are 5 digits to the earnings, for example, \$0.0000 So, how do I figure what a dollar looks like in the myLOT earnings if there are 5 digits? I have read the FAQ and could not find an explanation. Would you kindly explain? Thank you!
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@hereandthere (32796)
• Philippines
11 Oct 17
i just focus on the first 3 digits, from left to right. so if i see \$4.2341, i interpret it as i have 4 dollars and 23 cents in earnings so far.
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@Spontaneo (1662)
• United States
11 Oct 17
Thank you!
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@BarBaraPrz (20793)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
11 Oct 17
They pay us in fractal pennies... so .001 is one-tenth of a cent and .0001 is one-onehundredth of a cent.
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@Spontaneo (1662)
• United States
11 Oct 17
Thank you!
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@BarBaraPrz (20793)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
11 Oct 17
@Spontaneo You're welcome.
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@sishy7 (27596)
• Australia
12 Oct 17
Welcome to myLot where we earn from interactions we receive from others on our posts of discussions/responses/comments.
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@Spontaneo (1662)
• United States
13 Oct 17
Thank you!
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@Kosgey (1292)
11 Oct 17
A dollar is just 1.0000
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@Spontaneo (1662)
• United States
11 Oct 17
Thank you!
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@ManieP (87)
14 Oct 17
Focus on first numbers if it is 3.0097 it means you have three dollars.
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@zarlamain (24884)
• United States
17 Jan
Some members already answered this for you, so I will say this instead. I admit, I was pretty confused, too when I first joined.
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@Spontaneo (1662)
• United States
18 Jan
I understand now. That question was from a few monthes ago. Thank you for replying though!
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@zarlamain (24884)
• United States
18 Jan
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@JolietJake (51105)
• United States
11 Oct 17
One dollar is \$1.0000 It is fairly simple.
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@Spontaneo (1662)
• United States
11 Oct 17
Thank you!
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@Hannihar (42314)
13 Oct 17
All I can say is if you made \$5 or more at the end of the month then you can make more money by the 15th and you will get paid on the 15th. I deal with shekels so mine goes in as dollars and changes to shekels. I do not know if I helped you at all. Just make sure you make \$5 or more by the end of the month and then work on making more till the 15th and they will notify you that you are getting so and so on the 15th in your pay pall account.
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@Lertka (345)
• Ukraine
12 Oct 17
I have not been able to earn money there recently and still. I wish you good luck!
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@genpius (478)
• Nigeria
12 Oct 17
Look at those digit too often sometimes is frustrating. \$1.0000 is \$1. But as well it tells you to do more
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12 Oct 17
Hereandthere is right. For you not to be confused just round it of. Haha
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@JudyEv (134903)
• Bunbury, Australia
12 Oct 17
I see it's been explained to you. It had me fooled for a while too.
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