Getting paid for your thoughts by filling out a survey in your own home sounds too good to be true… It turns out that it’s not.
With the economy in the state that it is, outsourcing a growing trend, and high unemployment rates, many people are struggling to find ways to support themselves, let alone their families. People have lost their jobs and don’t know where to turn in order to find a replacement job. This is especially difficult for single parents, or people who have obligations to be at home certain hours of the day, yet need an income to pay for their home at the same time. Is it possible to find a new job that will allow you to be at home a large portion of the day?
Paid Surveys is an online program that was designed by someone who was in a situation similar to the situation described above. Gary Mitchell is a single father who lost his job at a manufacturing plant when his company decided to outsource their labor to China. In order to support his family, he started racking up credit card bills so there would be food on the table each night. Finding a job was difficult for him, as he had to be home each afternoon to watch his daughter when she came back from school. He spent months looking for a job, but found none that would give him the means to provide for his child. After seeing a check that his friend received for taking online surveys, he decided it was worth a try.
Companies spend billions of dollars a year doing market research, and one of the ways they conduct their research is by paying people for their opinions. Gary capitalized on this, started taking surveys, and started making tons of money doing it. As a result of his success, he created Paid Surveys in order to provide other people the same opportunity. You simply sign up, and are led through the process, with every detail explained to you.
It sounds too good to be true, but it’s not. When you sign up for the program, you receive a list of places where you can find surveys to fill out. The member’s area of the program is well designed, and easy to navigate. One downside of the program is a few of the sites give out points and vouchers for the surveys, rather than cash, or a lot of points are required in order to receive cash. However, if you sort through those few sites and find the ones that will really reward your opinion with money, it’s a quick and easy way to make cash (more details on how to avoid this downside are explained nicely in the eBook). Yes, it does take time to go through the different sites and see what they have to offer you, but at the end of the day that amount of time is insignificant when you consider that it is a step in the process to literally get paid for what you think.
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