I found a site that you can earn some extra money on. But - It's kinda wierd. I started it 2 months ago, and just got my first check last week. I didn't want to post about it until the check cleared.
You get money for doing surveys and offers. Some of the surveys are not "real" surveys, but if you just keep clicking no to all the offers you do get through it. They also give you money for signing up for things like ebay, efax, stuff like that. Most of them are free trials, so you can cancel before you get charged. But you have to be careful, there are some that you will get charged. But they will say the cost before you click on the link to it. If you do this I'd set up an email account just for it, because you will get flooded with junk email. They send you your earnings each month, it's not something you request to cash out.
If anyone wants to know the site, send me a PM. It's not something where you can make a lot of money, although there are people that make a few hundred. I made $40 my first month, probably putting in a couple hours. I wouldn't call it a great money making thing, but if your bored and want to make a few extra bucks a month it works.
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