There I go Again . . . .

@SIMPLYD (90722)
Philippines
September 17, 2015 11:27pm CST
Out of curiosity again and Mylot was having some bug yesterday , I clicked on an ad here that says I could earn 30 pesos -180 pesos per survey . And that’s Mobrog, which pays for surveys it says . I was already reading its Terms and Conditions when I read that it can install some cookies in my computer and it enumerated what they might install . That’s where I backed out , because I fear that my computer may get some of those computer viruses . Oh it better to be safe than sorry , right ?
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@jstory07 (135135)
• Roseburg, Oregon
18 Sep 15
I would check out everything before you install it in your computer.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
18 Sep 15
I am not techie to understand those technical things so i rather not .
@Inlemay (17713)
• South Africa
18 Sep 15
I clear my computer at least once a week and I dont do surveys anymore just in case they carry viruses
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
18 Sep 15
Yes, that's what i am thinking when i saw their enumeration of cookies .
@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
18 Sep 15
@SADCROSH We really have to be careful with what we upload in our computers . The computer seem to be what makes us alive specially when we are at online earning sites like Mylot .
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• Sri Lanka
18 Sep 15
I also maintain my computer properly. Because my everything in my computer.
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@Rollo1 (16679)
• Boston, Massachusetts
18 Sep 15
I refuse the surveys that download tracking cookies, etc. They often don't pay you anyway even after they've downloaded their gunk to your computer.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
19 Sep 15
Really ! I haven't tried any of them yet . But when it says they will be downloading this and that , i surely will backout . I know what that may mean .
@Rosekitty (19368)
• San Marcos, Texas
18 Sep 15
oh noo we don't need anymore of them nasty bug virus's again..i just got rid of mine so i'm glad you backed out..
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
19 Sep 15
I will surely back out when it means they will be installing cookies . The word install from their end can mean that it may have some virus .
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@sofssu (23662)
18 Sep 15
I am also very cautious of installing anything on my laptop. The last one crashed and left me high and dry... I have to be careful with m y new one.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
18 Sep 15
And i never install anything on my laptop by myself , even with my netbook at home . I let the IT people at the office have them installed if ever . Oh it's hard to be not so techie though .
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@Lushlala (4028)
• Gaborone, Botswana
18 Sep 15
@SIMPLYD Same here. My husband does it all :)
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@sofssu (23662)
18 Sep 15
@SIMPLYD You bet .. I am never sure which one is okay and which one is not
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@LadyDuck (460454)
• Switzerland
18 Sep 15
It is much better to be careful, I hate tracking cookies, they can be seriously dangerous.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
18 Sep 15
Indeed and i think i don't even know how to deal with them , if ever . So , i better not have them at all and register on sites with like these.
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@dpk262006 (58675)
• Delhi, India
21 Sep 15
You saved yourself well in time. Some of the sites, steal our data, when we log into such sites. We should be careful with each every site, we log into.
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@dpk262006 (58675)
• Delhi, India
22 Sep 15
@SIMPLYD - It is better not to share all personal details on a new unknown website.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
22 Sep 15
That is true . Even initially , when registering and i saw lots of information being asked , i back out . That's how cautious i am in giving details online .
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@thea09 (18305)
• Greece
19 Sep 15
I would be very wary about opening any offers at all, who knows what bugs they will invite into your computer.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
19 Sep 15
Yes indeed . However , i was just curious of how it goes . Then i saw their terms and read about those . I know it's not for me .
@rosekiss (30380)
• Eugene, Oregon
18 Sep 15
I never install anything on my computer, unless I know what it is. There is just to much danger of something infecting the computer, that can cause lots of problems.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
19 Sep 15
Yes, i know that . I was just curious that day since Mylot has a bug on discussions .
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@rosekiss (30380)
• Eugene, Oregon
20 Sep 15
@SIMPLYD I don't even like the cookies that are on the computer, but I don't do anything about them, as I think they are harmless.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
21 Sep 15
@rosekiss At the office there are also cookies in my laptop courtesy of IT , I just don't touch them .
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@inertia4 (27961)
• United States
19 Sep 15
I don't bother with survey sites. They never seem to work out right. I do what I feel is legit and honest. And being here on MyLot is the choice I made. And a few other sites as well. Concentrate here, you will be better off.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
19 Sep 15
y es, i am now concehntrating here . I don't have much time online so it has to be only one or two .
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
23 Sep 15
@inertia4 Indeed . I was so surprised when i came to know that it came back as a paying site . I never ever thought it could come back that way again . I was also so happy when i came to know about it .
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@inertia4 (27961)
• United States
22 Sep 15
@SIMPLYD And MyLot is the winner. Cool. As it should be. I am so very happy that MyLot came back I am still in shock over it. It's like a dream come true.
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• Indonesia
19 Sep 15
True, it's better safe than sorry. I remember last week I found my computer installed strange program which I don't realize where it's coming from -no relation to Mylot. It seems I got it when I was downloading program. We really have to be careful now
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
19 Sep 15
Actually when there's the word download or install in the instruction i back out . I know that it could bring virus to my laptop.
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• Indonesia
21 Sep 15
@SIMPLYD I myself will avoid offer or anything that asking for download. I have been victim couple of time for malware coming from download any software
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@Lushlala (4028)
• Gaborone, Botswana
18 Sep 15
I think you're absolutely right to be cautious! With the amount of sites we all visit with working online, sometimes you just don't know what you're getting yourself into!
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
19 Sep 15
Besides, i am so anxious when it asks many inforamtion on my personal details . I feel as if they're just into getting some information they could use online for scam .
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
21 Sep 15
@Lushlala Precisely ! We know them so well already .
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@Lushlala (4028)
• Gaborone, Botswana
19 Sep 15
@SIMPLYD ...and they may well be! plus, they may also ant to bombard you with more junk mail.
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@writerjo (2544)
• Chennai, India
20 Sep 15
@SIMPLYD Yes the problem of virus attack in computers make us disappointment sometimes . The best Anti virus software have to be installed , which costs more . In my PC I have not installed ..
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
21 Sep 15
My netbook at home has one and so is my laptop at the office of course .
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@writerjo (2544)
• Chennai, India
21 Sep 15
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@cahaya1983 (11120)
• Malaysia
18 Sep 15
I think you did the right thing. Some companies have things like that fine printed and most people don't even care to read them. Good you noticed before you signed up.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
18 Sep 15
I am so meticulous of what i sign -up . I have to know their conditions .
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@cahaya1983 (11120)
• Malaysia
18 Sep 15
@SIMPLYD That's a good habit. It's a habit that I myself have yet to develop before installing apps and stuff.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
18 Sep 15
@cahaya1983 Well, for some apps for my smartphone , i always would ask a friend how it is this apps . Then , i download it . But when it slows down my phone , like Spotify , i uninstall it .
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@Shellyann36 (11385)
• United States
20 Sep 15
I have not taken advantage of the offers yet. The pages keep timing out on me here.
@waflay (2737)
• Nairobi, Kenya
18 Sep 15
Sometimes it is good to read reviews on the web before signing up for a contract with any site.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
19 Sep 15
Can you teach me where i can read reviews about online earning & writing sites please ?
@wiLLmaH (8801)
• Singapore, Singapore
19 Sep 15
I will not do that too. I will not risk my computer health. haha!
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
19 Sep 15
That's foremost in my mind too . so, when i read that , i backed out .
@Beatburn (4287)
• Philippines
21 Sep 15
Quick thinking. It might be more harmful than beneficial.
• United States
18 Sep 15
A good anti-virus and good malware helps those situations.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
19 Sep 15
Yes, i have those , however , still i am cautious because it might not remedy it , if ever .
@jaboUK (64361)
• United Kingdom
19 Sep 15
It's not worth taking a chance, I agree.
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@SIMPLYD (90722)
• Philippines
19 Sep 15
yes, indeed my friend .
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