Acorns (only if you keep putting money in since it takes $1/month)
Or, cash it out and get it all in pennies...
You can try the waze carpool app to see if someone has a similar weekly work route and get some gas money:
Here's the non referral link: https://www.waze.com/carpool
I've been doing this for months, and it's completely inconsistent.
First off, many usability testing sites never have tests come up. In three months of using Intellizoom, Test.io, Utest, and Userlytics, I've received ... one test. Out of all four of them. That's three months of all four tabs sitting open in my browser, waiting on emails/notifications for a test to come up.
I do the same with Usertesting.com, and conversely, I've made around $500 in the past two months.
Most usability testing sites seem to just suck, and there's absolutely no way you'll make a consistent living relying on what is essentially complete chance.
Virtual machines will get you banned pretty quickly, and Amazon Fire Tablets are like $50. You can get beermoney phones for a lot cheaper. For example
Shit this is pretty bad situation then.The biggest problem is that they were stored in PLAINTEXT and not encrypted at all.
EDIT-Check this site out.It mentions the websites your info might have been leaked in.Not sure if clixsense is included as of now
The browser extension Web of Trust reports this site as malicious. I'm not saying it is, but I just wanted to warn people to be careful.
Personally, I'll wait to see if the site's OK, but thak you /u/Dewain09 for providing the info anyway :)
I honestly don't understand how you could do 6 hits in 5 hours. Even before I had scripts I did more than that... You really need to go read /r/mturk and see read through the beginners posts.
A quick start:
Go download Tampermonkey and install the hitscraper and turkmaster scripts
Go here: https://www.mturk.com/mturk/findhits?match=true?hit_scraper
Set the auto-refresh delay to something like 10-15 seconds, and pages to scrape up to 5-10. (Different people like different things, I found this good when starting out). Select "Hide masters" and "qualified". Select minimum reward as 0.01 (or whatever you want really, there are some good $0.10 hits so I wouldn't go above that) Select a "Search by". I go with "reward".
Look for hits that are dark green or at least light green. Hover over the "TO Pay" and make sure they have pretty high stats. If it's below 5.0 on fairness, I would quickly check why (make sure there's no mass rejections). Otherwise accept what looks good.
You sign up with this link https://www.groupon.com/programs/student. Looks like you can convert your regular account to a student one. It uses sheerId which verifies if you are a student. A simple edu email would not work.
Slickdeals is reporting that it's working for current subscribers, but not the current subscribers who are still on their free trial.
Looks like for people who have already used their 3 month free trial from Apple, this deal is only good for 1 month of free service.
You have one month to redeem this through Apple, so if you're on a free trial that ends in less than a month, or are using another music service that runs out in a month, you can sit on this for a bit to take full advantage of the 4 month period.
Might want to read through the Slickdeals thread and make sure it'll work for you before you try to redeem it.
You can earn even more with nicehash: https://www.nicehash.com/?p=calc
In 30 days you can earn with a:
480 8gb= $139.48
Both of these are much higher than what you would get from the site you suggested.
Check out google's opinion rewards. It won't make you rich or get you 2 packs within a month, but its so simple and easy that every once and a while you can get something
Unless you've purchased a domain name (e.g. yourblog.com, not yourblog.tumblr.com), I don't think you can use Adsense. You also can't use Adsense if you have any adult content.
Check out this recent post for some basic info on how to monetize Tumblr blogs with ads. OP uses a non-Adsense ad platform, of which there are many.
You can also use Google Analytics for your Tumblr blog. Here's a guide on how to do it. This will give you information about your traffic, demographics, etc.
I use Amazon Mturk to make extra money. https://www.mturk.com/mturk/welcome I made over a $1,000 last year doing it in my free time. They are basically human intelligence tasks. I highly recommend doing it for extra money. Average pay is $6 an hour.
Have you tried Dumpster? It works just like any computer's trash bin. If Recuva doesn't work, give this one a try.
If Dumpster manages to get back Snapchat's data, it will probably be encrypted, but the key has already been cracked, and there are tools out there that will let you fix this with ease. Here are more informations.
You can use it as a webcam to stealthily monitor online a room/something.
"IP Webcam turns your phone into a network camera with multiple viewing options. View your camera on any platform with VLC player or web browser. Stream video inside WiFi network without internet access. (...)"
why was OP downvoted for this, he's right.
>Also, I'm in Germany and I'm 14.
>2.1 Eligibility. You may sign up with PayPal in Germany to open a PayPal Account if you are at least 18 (eighteen) years old and a resident of Germany
>2.1 Eligibility. To be eligible to use the PayPal Services, you must be at least 18 years old and a resident of the United States
on the internet? i'm pretty sure the US is the #1 producer and/or consumer of pornography.
e: I'm completely wrong
Very true and I'm really interested in what devices people are going to tell you to get I prefer mote e 2nd gen u can get the sometimes for like under 30 they run great also these are great and are gonna last for a bit theyre on a recent enough verison of android plus 1.5gb ram a 4 core cpu and a gpu theyre some good phones for beermoney- https://www.walmart.com/ip/LG-Optimus-Zone-3-Prepaid-Smartphone-Verizon/49018257
Scrypt is long gone since it has ASIC's. You can find some profability info here if you want. http://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency
Also this software is by nicehash, mines automatically selected most profitable cryptos and pays out in bitcoin: https://www.nicehash.com/?p=nhmintro
Edit: seems like you have a laptop, mining would fry it.
You can post this as a non-ref alternative.
People can join via any-one of this invitation.
Better have something common between the two,instead of having so many random contact which will bored you to death or ban (if they found you abusing the app just for the sake of earning).
In case anyone wants it, I made an IFTTT recipe that emails you when a new code is posted by /u/swagbucksbot. You could also edit it to send you a text, or any other number of things.
>I have so many logins I’m forgetting them and locking myself out
Get Bitwarden to manage your passwords, then you'll only need to remember 1 password. Available for all mobile platforms and desktop web browsers. And the best thing about it is it's free. Android | iOS
As for time management, I'd go with the higher-paying apps/sites first. If any of the lower-paying ones have sign-in bonuses or the like, I'd at least get those done. Then I'd use the lower-paying ones only if the higher-paying ones are being fruitless at the moment. That's my 2 cents.
Also available on Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bigtoken.consumer
This seems to be a legit company. This is their parent company: https://srax.com/ They have been in business since 2009 and are publicly traded on the NASDAQ.
If you are interested in mturk I'd suggest trying out A9 Data Collection if you have an android phone. It's hits you complete by taking pictures of whatever they require. Mostly household stuff like tools or clothing or even office supplies. $.07 per picture with 5 pictures per hit allowed. Doesn't sound like much but it helps rack up your completed hits. Good way to keep going if you can't be sitting working on a survey or something.
I do it at work were I never have enough time to do surveys but snapping a few pictures is a breeze.
Here's the link. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.a9.datacollection.mturk&hl=en&referrer=utm_source%3Dgoogle%26utm_medium%3Dorganic%26utm_term%3Da9+data+collection&pcampaignid=APPU_kyLRVMW_DYygNp-TgsAF
I made up a quick google doc for people to put their superpoints referral links. I made it open so
is the link to the doc. I included a column for reddit username, date added, referral link, bonus points, and is the link alive. It should be able to be edited by anyone although I did restrict it to where you need the actual URL to access it.
I started to make a brief one for swagbucks and clover but I feel like Superpoints is the one where everyone benefits the most from using referrals
EDIT: I think there should be a general consensus of rules in relation to the doc so we don't get one person posting up 10+ links on their own or people posting their links up ahead (or above) people who have already posted their's so we could move down the document in an orderly fashion or something of that nature. What do you think?
It seems to be their servers most of the time, but try using Waterfox Link: https://www.waterfoxproject.org/ Chrome has horrible and laughable problems with using to much ram, chrome is my least favorite browser and most resource hungry. My friend was been running the Bet.com offer for 160hrs straight (hes made about 4,300 points ~ 43 USD) with no hiccups or crashing on waterfox, so that might work for you.
Pulled it from my phone. Hopefully it works.
QuickThoughts app (might only be for Android), quick surveys, pays out instant in Amazon gc as soon as you hit $10, depending on demographic this can take a little time. Instagc has been a pain for me but like others have said, this is probably your best bet. Lots of ways to earn on there, I'm actually going to spend a few hours on there tonight doing the survey/screenout/survey deal to put together a gc myself by morning, so it CAN be done. Look for Live Sample, Your Surveys, and sometimes the Lifescript offers aren't totally useless.
Forgot to mention FreeMyApps is another app that pays you to download and try apps ref
Good luck and happy holidays! If I had the money I'd send it over myself, been there many times including recently with bills and such!
It is not against their ToS. Just make sure to get the APK from a trustworthy source. I believe most people install the Google Play Store APK along with Play Services. That way you can just use the Play Store to download the apps. I linked an article below that shows install the Google Play Store from ADB.
You however, might just be able to get the Play Store and Play Services APK's from APKMirror and install them to get a similar effect.
You can try shortest miner.
Ref | Non-Ref
When there’s already a strain on your pc (like a game) the miner goes idle, and when you’re doing nothing it goes active again. You can set it to run on startup, disable notifications, and a few more features.
Wait til it gets to like 75 tabs at one time - thank god for LinkClump and OneTab!
Here's an IFTTT receipe or PushBullet
I prefer PushBullet as it's quicker - I'd sometimes get texts after codes expired
Pretty sure you can't pay for gift cards on amazon with amazon gift cards OR amazon balance, I've tried this before. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00MV9FCFQ/gcrnsts?ie=UTF8&keywords=gamestop%20card&qid=1434490350&ref_=sr_1_2&sr=8-2
See, it says so under product features section. And by gift cards, it's including amazon balance in that.
polls are random, i've been paid 1$ for a poll. it's also a new app
Jobspotter https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.indeed.jobsnearby will pay you $.50 (Amazon GC) for every help wanted sign you take a picture of.
If you're pokehunting in an urban area you can make a few bucks per day.
I went ahead and added mine, but we already have one of these specifically for Superpoints created by the337 two days ago. I don't know if it would be better to remove Superpoints from this one or merge the two or something. Either way, it seems odd to have two Superpoints referral spreadsheets floating around.
You probably have been infected by a ransomware. Here is an article containing info about a very popular ransomware: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-removal/cryptolocker-ransomware-information Some of them are recoverable, meaning you can recover the files without paying. Some sadly means your files are gone. Anyways I recommend you to create a thread here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/ to get assistance from malware removal experts.
Less /r/beermoney and more /r/jobs
Consider Web development: basic computer skills, and basic code monkey (Basically data entry, while knowing HTML) positions are generally better than minimum wage. A lot of niches to get involved in (2 years Drupal Developer == $60-80k/yr), once you dive a bit deeper. Apply for work in your local area that allows for remote development.
Apply for positions WHILE learning the code. If you work through the first several http://www.codecademy.com/learn courses. You'd be in good shape.
I would consider myself a teacher. But not by trade. I just like teaching and helping people. Udemy is a fairly popular MOOC (Massive Open Online Classes) site that is gaining even more popularity lately. http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/udemy.com
I believe this works http://download.cnet.com/BlueStacks-App-Player/3000-18513_4-75593133.html
EDIT: and once you download Bluestacks you should download Gizmostack which allows you to control the size since Bluestacks can only be run in fullscreen
Heads up for my fellow Boom Gift earners and users. Boom Gift is a probable scam. They "refused" both of my PayPal payments. Both of my PayPal payments were marked as "refused" under this tab in the Boom Gift app for Android: History > Rewards. When I contacted their support, they replied within three hours or so last night and the only thing that Boom Gift asked and told me was: "Have you factory reset your device recently?". I have not heard from Boom Gift's support since last night in regards to my PayPal payments which were these two Paypal amounts: $5 and $10. Here's a screenshot of the History > Rewards tab and here's a Pastebin of my e-mail log with Boom Gift's support.
Web of Trust is certainly not foolproof, so this result may be inaccurate, but I would just like to mention that Exoclick is listed as unsafe by them. https://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/exoclick.com?utm_source=addon&utm_content=popup
Ah, here we go, first paragraph of the T&C:
The Service is for personal, non-commercial use. You agree that you are not using the Service for or on behalf of any third-party or for any commercial purpose.
I have earned most, by far, from Google Adsense, but I have used a lot of hours building blogs and gaining readers.
Another good source for me is earning from File hosts. Right now I'm using Rapidgator (non ref) with a bit of success. Here you get paid per file that is downloaded or if the downloader buys a premium account.
I guess these two are not regular beermoney material, but they can be good earners for some :)
I'll just go ahead and mention that IRC isn't something you join and watch for 2 minutes and then leave. It's meant to be idled on.
EDIT: Yeah, figured stupid shit like this would happen.
20:33<sexyguy> guys does anyone have a good guide for instagc
20:33<sexyguy> this sucks shit
20:33<-- sexyguy has quit (Quit: http://www.kiwiirc.com/ - A hand crafted IRC client)
Looks like they have it on Amazon, so if you get an Amazon gc off of /r/giftcardexchange you could do it that way. I've checked, and it does allow you to pay with an Amazon balance.
An interesting app. Btw OP you should have mentioned that it's also available on android.
Some of the comments in the reviews were mentioning that they only pay out via Stripe, and that individuals were having issues cashing out as it's more geared towards businesses rather than individual users.
Also bad luck if you aren't in the USA, as it mentions in the FAQ that payments aren't enabled internationally for now.
> If you’re using UBDI from somewhere outside of the US, you’ll need to wait for us to enable global payments at the end of the year before you can withdraw.
Play store link for those who want to have a link, no ref codes or funny stuff.
~~Bing Rewards doesn't seem to be working for me, when I tell Hola to go to the page, it goes but then it redirects to the Bing homepage.~~
~~I think I found a way to make it work (I'm not sure since I tried using Opera + Hotspot Shield like u/Robbinho14, before I tried the following)~~:
I definitely found a way to make it work:
Do like OP says (use Hola/ZenMate to connect to the website, make sure you are using it in ALL the pages needed) and when it gets to the "unsupported market page", go for settings (to the left) and change your location to United States (weird, but that works!). Refresh or go to the dashboard page and voilá!
Edit: I've also seen the "can't create your account right now" type of error. It's probably because you are using the same browser (with the same IP). What I do is change browser and create a new account there (using the ref link from the previously created account). I'm using different browsers, but you can just use a different computer or simply restart your router (if you are connected via Wi-Fi).
Also, has anyone tried this on GenyMotion or similar emulators? For some reason, I cannot install these apps because they're "incompatible" with many devices and, when they install, they say the device is not rooted.
The Inbox Dollars app has been a surprisingly good earner! It can reliably make $0.50-$1 a day, although you have to check on every couple hours to click the "Are you still watching" pop-up, and they have a single device limit.
They offer a $5 sign up bonus, although you have to have $30 in your account to cash out.
I don't really feel like spamming a referral link, but if you want one, feel free to PM me!
I have App Cache Cleaner installed on all of my phones. Just set it to automatically clear the cache every 6 minutes. Seemed to have less issues once I started using it.
Have you tried jobspotter? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.indeed.jobsnearby&hl=en
You get $0.50 for every photo of a help wanted sign you take.
You can find a lot of these while you're out hunting for pokemon.
Too bad it's only Amazon for now so you can't put it directly back in.
disclaimer: corporate schill
You need to DL and register with adme to qualify. Android only.
I got a message saying "When we tried to pay your PayPal account it returned the error code "This acount is unverified or flagged as possible fraud. Please contact Paypal support here to resolve this issue at https://www.paypal.com/us/webapps/helpcenter/helphub/home/
We will not be able to process your payment until your issue with PayPal is resolved."
What are some specific examples of HITs that violate Amazon Mechanical Turk policies?
My brother does. There is one in particular that he did that I see around a lot on products, etc. It's pretty cool. I think just that one he was the most successful in and gets a good chunk, but at first he didn't when he started. I can't remember how it works but I think the more times a company uses it based on multiple prints, etc, the more he makes. It all adds up.
To anyone who is curious, this is the picture (his account as well). He has 3 other orange cats and they're all big and fat now. They are not models anymore. 😞
You can make a free account on Poloniex, my favorite cryptocurrency exchange. There you can sell the SJCX for BTC. You have to transfer your SJCX to your Poloniex account, and there you can sell it for BTC in the Exchange page.
Then, depending on where you live the BTC to EUR part is the easier step. I like Anycoin Direct for their customer support. Just click on Sell -> Bitcoin. It works with Paypal too so I guess you can do it from anywhere. I transferred to and from my Dutch bank account and it worked fast every time.
+1, as a former resident technician at a Fortune 500 company that is currently going down the shitter, I can confirm this as good information.
Malwarebytes free won't really cut it, so I'd say either buy premium or acquire one online. The second result on this (unfortunately) Yahoo search yields good results.
Can't vouch for the company but a charles proxy is indeed a thing. They presumably want to look at traffic from server x doing job y for program z, to your home. Think of it like a packet sniffer. Thus, I'd not use it on any devices you do sensitive stuff on (though any sensitive stuff should by default, be encrypted, it's more of a safe than sorry thing).
I have to agree with the phones. I buy cheap phones @ DG or https://www.textnow.com/wireless/ and depending on the phone run apps and/or do phoneverifications. I've made my money back and profited on every phone I've purchased
rule 3 and 5, no non-ref link and repost. OP's post is just a copy and paste from his personal page and doesn't have actual info.
also be aware of https://www.wowapp.com/policies/earning
>3. Rewards Requirements. You will receive Rewards only if the Referred User meets all of the following conditions: (4) purchases products or services from WowApp that are provided in consideration for fees established by WowApp.
Try Amazon's mTurk! You find tasks to work on, which then pay you.
(Read the sidebar damn it)
This can help, if you have an Android phone. You'll still miss loads of surveys (I miss more than I manage to take), but at least it's something... https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.goncalojoaoc.prolificchecker
"NordVPN uses MILITARY GRADE ENCRYPTION"
SERIOUSLY shut the fuck up there's no such thing. Or how they claim VPNs will save you from hackers when you're much more likely to have a database breach. Offer a password manager and VPN, that's actually a good concept. Too bad you can't trust these companies anyways
That's a fair question. I don't know the details of this situation, but anytime you use a bot to automate your process, you run the risk of being banned. Even there, though, I'm unsure.
I've used a search bot and had two accounts banned, but the other three remained intact. Since then, I've created two replacement accounts and been going strong. For me, I don't refer my own accounts. I use Zenmate extension on chrome to do my searches (this avoids those days where searches don't credit). Try not to cash out all your accounts at the same time. And, I've had great luck with bing-pong bot.
Used yours. Here's mine: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=app.billsboard.appsthatpay&referrer=u18574022605372
AppLike is a very passive app. Just find the app that gives you the most points and run it over night.
REF --> https://r.applike.info/s/5b4768bf6b0f5
NonRef --> https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.mcoins.applike
It's an app, sorta like quickthoughts. Lots of quick little surveys. They take awhile to pay out sometimes, but an app I check pretty much every day.
It's from CSpace... Not sure if they have an iOS version, but here is the android version.
I got $56 worth of payments in one day, I wasn't even expecting most of it, so it was a nice surprise. I usually only do maybe $20 a month from them, but it's very little effort.
it's really difficult to use a mobile
not because of the small screen; many surveys are in qualtrics, and that definitely DOES support mobile
however, you have to look at how many requesters say they won't accept mobile because the print is too small pfft,
and you also have to look at how difficult it will be to find hits in the first place.
there is a mobile/android scraper made by a redditor, actually, and it isn't terrible at all, even though I definitely prefer the laptop
you can also use kadauchi's hitnotifer website, which basically posts the hits that are listed on several different forums
They are just passive apps that send you texts, and each text earns you a bit of beermoney.
McMoney - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cmtelecom.texter&hl=en
MoneySMS - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.milos.design
34C98B491 is my referal code for moneysms if you want a little bonus when signing up
> LifeSlide doesn't collide with other lock screen apps.
Can confirm. Been a good experience so far. A lot more stable than when it was first announced to the sub.
> The minimum amount you can withdraw are 2000 lives
This is nice to have, as most apps have a minimum of at least $5. Cash out early and often!
And hey if there's anyone new that wants to use a referral code, here's mine! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.lifesli.lifeslide&ref=Datapaw
If not, I'd encourage the newbies to start a referral train so everyone gains a beneficiary. :)
Used yours, here's mine: diwbm
BTW, I signed up by downloading the app (Android or iOS) on my phone and entered the invite code.
Took 2 minutes to make an account, link a card and choose offers.
If you like adme-type apps, you should check out Drizzle. It's an SMS app that pays you to view banner ads when you send/receive text messages.
The co-founder promoted it here in /r/beermoney last night (thread)
Play Store Link (for Android only at the moment).
I havent had any problems with Bing, but I only make $105 per year on there.
I dont trust their promotions though, they lie. https://www.bing.com/explore/rewards-browse-and-earn still not sure how this works or if Im disqualified.
It is. If you'd like, you can check out our blog post to read more about why we did this.
To give a brief overview: The change to expire promotional credits after a year was made in March 2015 after an audit, but we didn't do a good job in publicizing that fact. We notified people through the Control Panel, but if you didn't log in, you wouldn't see it.
In March of 2016, we foolishly expanded it to all credits, including referrals, and we sent out notification emails. Not our best move.
We've since implemented a bunch of changes to allow our support team to extend credits, prevent referral/SLA credits from expiring, and to better notify people of changes to the terms of service. We also have a new internal group to make sure we don't pull something like this again.
Anyway, all of this and more is in our blog post on this topic.
I thought I would put a heads up out there for those who still use SBTV mobile v1 (Mine updated automatically, but for those that don't enable auto-update: SBTV Mobile on Android Market). I checked my app and I'm using v2. I can say that on 3G the videos seem to stop and buffer more (making it slower to earn the daily limit). The videos are a bit squished on my Droid X. A "Music Videos" category was added but I cannot get them to play on 3G (buffer-play-buffer hell).
>Cocoon Browser - Claims to earn money while browsing. We shall see
If that is this browser, then interested parties should read the small print carefully:
> Please note that beta testing is currently available only in the USA.
It is getting frustrating clicking interesting links only to see that the rewards aren't available in the UK at all, cash-out is impossible, hidden in (likely non-existent) draws, or are so small as not to be worth the effort. Still, nice to see some fresh companies in the mix regardless.
If a website was to ever ask for me to fill in a credit card, privacy.com would work wonders for making a virtual pausable/deletable card for all your sites you visit.
Make a new card, slap it in, and then delete when done.
if she has that many facebook friends i would suggest giving https://teespring.com/ - create t design, they do all the printing, shipping, you make a design, advertise it on facebook and if it sells you get the cash !
Paypal has a thing for teens. Anyone 13 or older can have one.
But if you want a "real" Paypal, then just get one under your parent's name, if they allow you.
But yeah, legally you have to be over 18 to get a "real" (adult) Paypal
Go here, sign up, download app, order reader.
what about gomez peer, the only thing that would turn anyone away from that program is electricity cost and raspberry pi has low electric cost right?
Here is the projected yearly cost of a raspberry pi:
Gomez peer isn't that high paying but you'd make something.
Virtualbox and Vmware are softwares. Virtualbox is an Open Source freeware and VMware is free for personal use.
Yep. I guess it's random, because I haven't seen anything that explains what criteria need to be met for it to work. Here's the post on SlickDeals that explains a tiny bit more: https://slickdeals.net/f/10404824-1-google-play-credit-free-ymmv
It's simple, actually! Just go here, download the .deb file, double click it, and it should install on it's own!
I wish I could help because I know the feeling. I've been a Superpoints member for a few months now and still have no referrals :(
Keep trying to post your links other places and someone will bite!
One thing my best friend does (he has 9 referrals after only a few months) is send a link to people who buy things from him on eBay and Listia. That's how he's gotten all but one of his referrals. I hope that helps!
The concept behind acorns is to simply take your "change" from everyday purchases and invest it into your portfolio. You can link your credit card, bank, debit etc and every time you make a purchase it will round up. For example, if you go to a gas station and spend 23.45 it will round up your purchase to 24 and it will take that .55 cents and send it into the app. Once you hit 5 dollars it will then put it into your portfolio automatically. Now if you want you can set the settings so this doesnt happen at all, you want a higher amount, round differently, etc. You can also just throw in money whenever you feel like it as well and not have it do the round ups.
But essentially you answer a few questions and they will suggest the right portfolio for you. And thats it. The only thing is that it charges you a fee of one dollar every month. So now heres the catch. If you put in 10 dollars and just let it sit, you will probably end at 0 after a year because every month they take a dollar but you gain only such a small amount. To get a good return you have to keep investing into it. This is really for people who are just starting to get into the stock market and that sort of thing. By no means will you make a lot of money real fast.
They invest your money in stocks, bonds and etfs. Once you get the app they show you the complete breakdown and which companies and so on.
There are a lot of factors that go into it. But this is just a quick glance.
edit: check their website (https://www.acorns.com/) for some info. they do a good job explaining everything.
Robhinhood is $0 invest fee app that is right now only available on iOS. Its pretty sleek. I personally havent used it to purchase any stocks yet but from the people that I know that use it say that its pretty good.
There is a phone number but from everything I know they arent going to come off of wanting something to verify your address.. Anything like a prescription that might have your address on it?
This is the website to request a call back from amazon payments:
https://pay.amazon.com/us/contact and click on the contact by phone under customers
Really you could do any of the Boinc client stuff, theres folding (medical research), space research stuff, math research, loads of different atuff that you can choose, and you just set & forget it. Site here
Yes, still up for me. It is very common for websites to have different servers in different parts of the world (e.g. Google has lots more than just one server), so when one goes down it doesn't necessarily affect the others. In this case I find it odd Topline doesn't have some monitoring on its other servers to automatically redirect traffic to servers that are not down.
See also: http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/jointopline.com
Sorta suspicious about this, gonna have to wait for some proof first.
WOT marks this as green but look at the comments.
So a really neat website I've always used when downloading apps or signing up on a new website is this page called Terms of Service Didn't Read (tosdr.org). It's really neat, but you can punch in the name of whatever you signed up for and it gives it a grade on the level of privacy and sums of the Terms of Service agreements that we all don't read. I think I found this through a tiktok or maybe it was back when Stumble Upon was still big? Not sure be def. check it out.
> Upon Program cancellation, notwithstanding your ability to redeem your credits within the time allowed, your right to use the Program and accrue future points ends immediately.
I live in fear of the day...
Buy 2 refurbished tracfones for 5$ each online ...
activate them online and receive 20 mins/ texts for free
steal different wifi from different free locations or use a vpn
signup for 10 different outlook.com addresses each in private browsing mode with different ips and sign up for bing rewards with each of the email addresses using this link https://www.bing.com/explore/rewards-bonus550 for 550 points on each one...
cash out each acccount for a $5 tango gift card using your tracone to verify.. Each tracfone works for up to 5 bing redeems... marge the 10 $5 tango gift cards and walk away with a $50 giftcard..
or for no investment...
checkout the site lucktastic and install it on your mobile then share your referral link to twitter.. download bluestacks (an android vm) and install chrome or similiar.. the default browser dont work on the ref link for some reason.. then click your ref link on your anroid vm and install lucktastic through your ref link.. Play one scratch off, do not sign up, then exit and completely uninstall bluestacks.. check your main lucktastic account and notice you received free points... repeat this entire process a total of 75 times for a $50 amazon gift card
these are the 2 most profitable non passive methods I'se seen so far
It really depends on what service you use to sign up. If you use Facebook we will check it, if not we most likely won't unless you link to it from your Twitter or Google+ profile.
I wrote a post on what happens when you win recently. There is a section on how we verify the winners. You can read it here: https://medium.com/crowdini-updates/ff36cb6c6089
Basically it boils down to is it easy to tell if you are at least 18 or not. If not, then we ask for ID verification.
Please understand there are laws we have to abide by. It is the reason there are the eligibility restrictions and why we have you accept the game rules when you start a new game.
Thanks for trying us out.
I say ditch SwagBucks. Watching 10 videos to earn $0.03 and getting a 1 in 20 chance to win $0.08 from a web search isn't worth it. Invest the time you would have wasted making the people running SB rich into doing tasks on mTurk, where you can easily cash out $100-$200 in a month.
/r/HITsWorthTurkingFor - tasks which pay well
Amazon Mturk Link
you do remedial tasks, all though Amazon.com... it consists of mostly survey's, but there are tons of tasks from surveys to writing to calling business, that range anywhere from .05 cents to 1 to 2+ dollars each, each tasks could take anywhere from seconds to complete or as much as 30 or 40 minutes, which is entirely up to you based on which jobs, for which $ amount and time amount you are comfortable with.
personally, I do it for approximately 1.5 hours a day (spread out through out the day on breaks / lunch, or random down times) I make anywhere from 3 to 5 bucks a day (I've had days where I made 25 bucks a day, because i got lucky. As you do hits and get your approval rating up, more hits become open to you (basically the longer you do it, the more profitable it becomes)
there are tons of guides on this site and around the net to get you started, you can always shoot me a PM about it if you like as well.
i've been doing it for 3 months now and i have 350 dollars in my account.
If you just started, you're still in the 10 day waiting period from the time a HIT is approved to the time the money is released. Here's an FAQ that might help.
After you are "active" for ten days (meaning you complete at least one hit a day for ten days, not necessarily in a row), you'll be freed of the waiting period requirement.
Here is an email I received when I inquired about the payment delays. I found it to be helpful.
As a part of our continuous efforts to ensure that Mechanical Turk remains beneficial to both Requesters and Workers, a mandatory hold on earnings transfers is applied to new Worker accounts. This hold will be removed after you have submitted at least 1 HIT a day for 10 "active" days. Looking at your account, I see you have had 8 active days.
Until the 10 active day requirement has been met, all approved HITs will be listed as Approved - Pending Payment for 10 days when you view the details of your activity by date on the dashboard. During your holding period, your earnings will be transferred to your account 10 days after the HIT was approved by the requester. For example, if your first HIT was approved by the requester on the 1st of the month, you will be paid on the 11th of that same month.
It may take between 24 - 48 hours for the transfer to be completed.
When the transfer is complete, the HIT status will change to Paid and your account balance will reflect these payments.
Once your account balance reflects payment of your earnings you will be able to transfer your earnings to your Amazon.com gift card balance or a verified bank account.
Again, I apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, and I hope this helps. Thank you for participating in Mechanical Turk.
If you plan on transferring money into a bank account, I'd suggest linking your account while you wait out these 10 days in the meantime. If you have questions about that, let me know.
Their FAQ on the subject. I read it as you can't skip one day, at least for the first 10 days, but then again I've been doing it everyday while i bullshit on here or facebook. you can always do an easy 2 cent hit on the days you don't really want to devote to working.
Glad I could help somebody!
Dolores labs is legit - they will pay.
The scam ones will have you sign up for something, use real information, or have to do stuff that is just scammy. (Edit: Like "click through a bunch of links to report the link you get to at the end"... or install some software to do X)
Report those hits, I think it does help. Report any HIT that violates the policies here:
I've noticed most scams want you to sign up for some website like a credit report or something like that. Never do anything that requires you to enter identifying information. Just report those.