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Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby cinderella » 30 Nov 2018, 03:51

Well, currently I would only post those amount that is not so high. Meaning, I will only post amount equal or less than $100. Last month, I posted an amount earned from Humanatic in the amount of $300+. I regret doing that. Why? My friends and relatives started borrowing money from me.

It's okay to post payment proof from sites that have referral programs. But for sites like Humanatic who does not have such program as of now, it's better to keep any amount we earn from the site to ourselves.
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby MysticMoons » 30 Nov 2018, 04:28

I do post it.But i don't let anyone borrow money. I just
simply tell them if they join and are active.. they will also have money as well. :D
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby Chameli » 30 Nov 2018, 05:02

I don't post payment proofs on facebook or any other social media. I keep my online activities secret from my friends and family.
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby gugun21 » 30 Nov 2018, 08:26

Why did you give them? It's not good posting payment proofs in a page especially that has your friends or family/relatives! It's good to post in your business page or blogs!
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby cinderella » 30 Nov 2018, 09:42

MysticMoons wrote:I do post it.But i don't let anyone borrow money. I just
simply tell them if they join and are active.. they will also have money as well. :D


Usually, I do it on sites that offer referral links. Oftentimes, those people who are interested are sending me private messages. I didn't know that this particular post will catch the attention of a relative who sent me a message if she could borrow some amount. This is a lesson for me.
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby kat82 » 01 Dec 2018, 11:00

cinderella wrote:Well, currently I would only post those amount that is not so high. Meaning, I will only post amount equal or less than $100. Last month, I posted an amount earned from Humanatic in the amount of $300+. I regret doing that. Why? My friends and relatives started borrowing money from me.

It's okay to post payment proof from sites that have referral programs. But for sites like Humanatic who does not have such program as of now, it's better to keep any amount we earn from the site to ourselves.

But it is also good habit to lend money to the needy if you feel like. Yes, you can go on and post your earnings since it seems to work for you. For me, I don't do that for my own reasons and no one really knows it how much I earn from online work. Those who read my reviews only can estimate.
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby fergus1234 » 01 Dec 2018, 11:37

Nope because my family looks down on earning online, they will tell me to get a real job. That's how much they look down on it.
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby suny » 01 Dec 2018, 11:59

None of my family members or friends work online so I have nothing to worry in this matter. I also think that most of my relatives know what I earn offline so my online earning doesn't make much of a difference.
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby Chameli » 01 Dec 2018, 13:18

If the earning program has a referral system, it will benefit to post payment proof because you can get referrals from the payment proof. If you have a lot of friends who are interested in working online, posting payment proof is a good way to get referral
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby anil02 » 01 Dec 2018, 13:29

I am member of group at FB. It is about on like earning. I never post my referral like and earning proof here. I never think about it. Some time I post my referral link but no one Sign site.
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby katkat » 03 Dec 2018, 06:45

cinderella wrote:Well, currently I would only post those amount that is not so high. Meaning, I will only post amount equal or less than $100. Last month, I posted an amount earned from Humanatic in the amount of $300+. I regret doing that. Why? My friends and relatives started borrowing money from me.

It's okay to post payment proof from sites that have referral programs. But for sites like Humanatic who does not have such program as of now, it's better to keep any amount we earn from the site to ourselves.


Congratulations for your income. That is a good amount. Mine is too small to post hahaha. But anyway sometimes we are happy to shout to the world that we are earning. But I think for me I will just share it with a few friends but not in my social media sites. We never knew what comes next.
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby cinderella » 04 Dec 2018, 06:31

katkat wrote:Congratulations for your income. That is a good amount. Mine is too small to post hahaha. But anyway sometimes we are happy to shout to the world that we are earning. But I think for me I will just share it with a few friends but not in my social media sites. We never knew what comes next.


Thank you @katkat. Actually, if we focus on the right site and activity, we can certainly earn enough amount for our daily needs and even more.
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby Chameli » 04 Dec 2018, 08:30

cinderella wrote:
katkat wrote:Congratulations for your income. That is a good amount. Mine is too small to post hahaha. But anyway sometimes we are happy to shout to the world that we are earning. But I think for me I will just share it with a few friends but not in my social media sites. We never knew what comes next.


Thank you @katkat. Actually, if we focus on the right site and activity, we can certainly earn enough amount for our daily needs and even more.

That's true. If we are on the right site, we can make good money. While we may not be rich by working online, however, we sure can earn substantial amount of money
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby simplyfred » 04 Dec 2018, 08:36

I don't post anything on FB but maybe if I will take online earning seriously next year, I will post some for referral purposes but only the lower amount. How to be you Cindy?
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Re: Do You Always Post Payment Proof on Your Personal Facebook Account?

Postby cinderella » 04 Dec 2018, 11:50

Chameli wrote:That's true. If we are on the right site, we can make good money. While we may not be rich by working online, however, we sure can earn substantial amount of money


I still want to believe that I will become rich with my online activities. I have an idea as to how but I just couldn't implement it because I need to consider other things too. So I am doing it slowly.
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