Does anyone have any ideas on this?

Discussion in 'Budget Board' started by ahankins4, Dec 17, 2008.

  1. ahankins4

    ahankins4 Earning My Ears

    Sep 4, 2008
    I'm not sure if there is a better place for this thread. But I read the thread earlier about the person who paid off a credit card through Cha Cha. I looked up that info. and they are not accepting any new guides currently. :confused: I will keep checking back though.
    Does anyone else know of other similar type of work? I am a stay at home mom, looking to make a little extra on the side. I too am eager to be debt free, and I'm looking for something, not necessarily easy, but something legitimate.

    Any ideas others may have tried, or are currently doing would be welcomed!!:thumbsup2
  2. Rootskate

    Rootskate <font color=red>Oh what I wouldn't give for a Zagn

    Sep 9, 2004
    Check to see if there are any focus groups in your area. I have done quite a few of them around here. They usually last an hour or 2 and the pay is usually right around $100.00. The only down side is that they usually only let you do one every 6 months.
  3. Handbag Lady

    Handbag Lady Disneyland Bride 2000

    Jun 15, 2005
    Expotv has been really good to me in the past.

    I don't review things any longer because I don't have anything new to review and I just couldn't get myself to review ketchup.

    I will go back to them whenever I need to save up for another trip, though. I made $400 in one month.

    The catch is that they change monthly what they are willing to pay for a review, and when I quit, they had switched to not saying what they will pay, but on average, it is $10 a video review. It was easy to do reviews, they had to be decent quality and less than 3 minutes but longer than one minute. Any average digital camera that takes video works just fine.

    There is a thread around here about it, too, and everyone is SO incredibly helpful in that thread.

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