Hello everyone out there. So it has been over a couple of months since I joined Mturk. A fellow college classmate of mine had referred it to me. I decided to give it a try since I'm in my teens & I relish to have some extra pocket money other than the paltry allowance my parents give me each month. I had tried the "AdSense" service from Google before but I was not satisfied with the trifling money I made by advertising on my blogs and YouTube videos. So I started working on Mturk, spent an hour or two each day on jobs like transcription and what not. Read a lot of reviews and retrospects from a lot of turkers in various blogs, many of them calling it an evil blood sucking corporate machine. Scores of them claiming that it's a scam and it doesn't pay anything. Nevertheless I continued working for over 2 months and my dashboard earnings rendered high up to 122$. That was it. Didn't touch the site for many weeks after that. Logged in again after 3 weeks. Straight away opted to withdraw my earnings in Indian rupees. Got an email from them soon after(on September 10): Two days later I received another email from them enunciating that the cheque has been sent by mail(on September 12): The exchange rate for USD-INR during that time period was factually Rs 55.44 where as what they tendered was Rs 54.88. I wonder who keeps the rest of the money then? Amazon also charged me $4 for the withdrawal. I waited for the cheque impatiently. Days felt like weeks. Finally received the cheque after 6 long days(on September 18). Here is a snap of the envelope: Apparently the cheque gets shipped all the way from Singapore. My grandma who happened to acquire the mail from the mailman dubiously questioned me on why I have received a post from Singapore. And here is snap of the cheque leaflet itself: PS: Used a flatbed scanner since it was more handy than a digicam. I blurred out all my personal information for obvious reasons. I'll continue to work on Mturk on a regular basis from now on. I have also come across similar sites like microworkers, o-desk, e-lance, fiverr, minuteworkers, et cetera which I recommend you all to try out yourselves. Please feel free to comment or ask any questions. So in conclusion, Amazon Mturk is good stuff and it does pay.