Payment Question

@busta1 (1029)
United States
April 13, 2008 5:58pm CST
hey i was wondering when you get paid does it start back at $0 or dose it keep on going???
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4 responses
@smacksman (6074)
13 Apr 08
Yes, it starts from zero on the first of the month. In fact it doesn't seem like that because you are already ten days or so into the next month when the previous earnings are put into the payment sequence and that pay (which was to what was earned up to the last day of the month) is deducted from what you see on screen. So the sequence is that say, on the 20th of the month your earnings go over the $10 minimum and the message comes at (the bottom of your earnings stats like 'Congratulations! You have earned over $10 and you will be paid on or before the 15th of next month' or words like that. Come the last day of the month say you have earned $15.10 - that is what you will be paid out. About the 10th of the next month your earnings may read something like $20.30 but the next day it drops to $5.20, ie your last months earnings have been taken off. Then you get the lovely email from Mylot a day or two later (this month it was on the 11th.) saying:- [i]Dear **** *****, myLot just sent you money with PayPal. myLot is a Verified buyer. ---------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------- Payment Details ----------------------------------- Amount: $**.** USD Transaction ID: 80T**2054A7*****A Custom Note: Affiliate Payment from MyLot View the details of this transaction online at: https://www.paypal.com/uk/vst/id=80T**2054A7*****A It may take a few moments for this transaction to appear in the Recent Activity list on your Account Overview.[/i] (Note:- I've put in the **'s because it is a personal email copy.) ... and when you check your Paypal account, there is the loot! Wooohooo!
@busta1 (1029)
• United States
14 Apr 08
freakn sweeeeet thank you for taking time out of you busy myloting to write all that :p thank you again..
@busta1 (1029)
• United States
14 Apr 08
oo one more thing at what number would you reach $10 im at 95-95 right now so what number should i be looking for??
@Ldyjarhead (10157)
• United States
13 Apr 08
Your earnings will keep adding up after the month ends, even though you will only get the amount that you had tallied at the month's end. For instance, if I had earned $12.49 at the end of March, each day's earnings would show as an accumulative total until the payout is actually made by the second week of April, and then would start over. So if I have already made $5.00 so far in April, I would have seen a total of $17.49 until they sent the payment. I would have received the $12.49 and then the $5.00 that I've earned so far in April would keep accumulating until the end of the month again. (Dollar amounts above are just an example).
@busta1 (1029)
• United States
13 Apr 08
makes sense thank you alot :p i wanna get paid lol i want mylot to change it to like $5 a payout lol..
@Ldyjarhead (10157)
• United States
13 Apr 08
Oh come on, you can do $10 in a month easily!
@callarse1 (4786)
• United States
14 Apr 08
Well, busta1. I agree with you. It would be nice if they have $5 payout, but the minimum is $10. Well, the reason why I say $5 is because I have a job so I don't post as much as I could, right? Basically, once you reach your payout (you can set it up for $10, $25, $50, or $100 for pay out) you will still keep adding the money on your balance. If you go over your payout, myLot will pay you on the pay day (It's the second week of every month, I believe). Then you go back to $0 and start all over again. You should try to post a few hours each day and then the money will keep adding up, right? Pablo
@busta1 (1029)
• United States
14 Apr 08
ight thanks but how many post do i have to do or reach to get $10 500 plus or 1,000 plus??
@rombi001 (943)
13 Apr 08
hi, I don't know but I had the same question as well.. I wonder what people are going to answer... But I'm guessing you go back to zero and the number of points next to your name will remain unchanged