I was able to cash out my below $50 funds from Social Spark v1
before and tonight I checked my Social Spark v2 account to see if there is at least a single offer or lead for my blog. I was sad when I saw that there is none, neither an offer nor lead. I checked for my earned points and here it is:
Points Earned from Social Spark v2
As far as I can remember, Social Spark v2 minimum payout is 5,000 points and that is equivalent to $50. That’s the main reason why I want a single offer so I could cash out my points since I only need 950 points to reach 5,000. So I was a bit surprised when I tried to click the Cash Out Funds button and saw this:
Cash Out Funds Attempt
Their rules had changed because they now allow withdrawal below 5,000 points but they will have to deduct 200 points from your earned points. Now, that left me thinking for a while. Hmm.. 200 points.
I have other funds on my PayPal account and I intend to transfer them to my Eon account anytime this week. So, if I could include my earnings from Social Spark v2 and does one time fund transfer I could save few bucks from transfer fees, right? Aside from that, if I wait for another offer from them, and if ever I got one, it will take a month before payment reflects on my account. That will be another waiting in vain time for me.
So there, I entered my earned points and click the Cash out Points Button! After that, this prompted on the screen:
Cash out Fund Request Successful!
I checked my Transaction History a few minutes and there it was:
Funds Transferred to PayPal Account
Of course, I logged in to my PayPal account and tada!
Social Spark v2 (IZEA Inc.) Earnings Reflected on my PayPal Account
I’m so glad that I discovered earning money through blogging and other online jobs. I can even recall my former boss when he knew that I was into blogging, he asked me “May nagbabasa naman ba ng blog mo?!” (Are there anybody reading your blog?)
Ha! If only I have a mini voice recorder
that time, I will send the play back to him all through out Canada where he is now and tell him that yes, fortunately, there are! And my readers help me earn money through blogging:)
Excess: My former boss and I were close and I actually considered it as a constructive criticism because if not, I could have stop blogging right then and there. But see? I’m still blabbing. Goodnight everyone!I’ve been earning money blogging about interesting products & services via my sponsor SocialSpark! Sign up here