I do surveys with Pinecone, and yes they do have points now for the surveys, but you can still use the points for cash. Each survey gives 300 points and 300 points is equal to $3.00 if you use the cash option. The cash option is under the “featured” part of the rewards page. I never had to change anything and when request the cash from points, it’s still sent to my paypal which is how I had it set up before, even though it goes through confirming your address. I haven’t looked much through other rewards offered, but from what I’ve seen they look pretty decent.
I should warn everybody about SlicethePie. I have been a member of slicethepie for about three or four months, and while everything was going great, they are quick to lock your account for any type of reason, even when you are not breaking the terms and conditions. I made sure each and every time I used that website that I was not breaking their terms and conditions, and my account still got locked. So I would just watch out for that. That is just my personal experience with the website though. It may be different for other people.

PointsPrizes delivered a working Steam wallet code in exchange for 3,000 points that I accumulated over several weeks. Though it took slightly more than a week to process my claim, the important thing is that they kept the promise, so the site is legit. I had a few problems with some external survey sites that kicked me out just before completing a survey after investing like 15 to 20 minutes (happened twice) and about 2 or 3 others that somehow failed to credit despite the survey being completed. But most of the time, it gets properly credited, and eventually you can reach the target if you are persistent enough despite constant survey rejections. The only thing you have to decide is whether you are prepared to invest the amount of time needed (if you rely on surveys).
I do surveys with Pinecone, and yes they do have points now for the surveys, but you can still use the points for cash. Each survey gives 300 points and 300 points is equal to $3.00 if you use the cash option. The cash option is under the “featured” part of the rewards page. I never had to change anything and when request the cash from points, it’s still sent to my paypal which is how I had it set up before, even though it goes through confirming your address. I haven’t looked much through other rewards offered, but from what I’ve seen they look pretty decent.

You can list an extra room or second house with Airbnb to earn a few extra bucks and meet some exciting guests in the process. PayPal is one of the payment methods for Airbnb hosts with each stay. In addition to becoming a host, you can also offer travel experiences on Airbnb too like being a tour guide, teaching cooking lessons, or a private concert.


Great read, always looking for extra ways to make some cash. I just wanted to share something I’ve been doing recently. I run an office and have noticed that unused toner was piling up in storage. Looked into returning but that was no good. Tried out the site http://www.tonerconnect.net/ and was impressed. They had quick service and that payout was nice.

This is a simple browser addon that you install and it will present you with a side bar full of relevant products to click on when you perform a search for something. Clicking on the items will reward you with a few cents or as much as a dollar. They now offer surveys as a way to earn, too! You can install the Qmee addon in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer and Opera. The pay is basically instant and you only need a penny to cash out! It goes straight to Paypal within a few minutes, usually. Go here to register at Qmee.
Ibotta is an app that pays you back for things you buy at the grocery store. The reason I'm listing it here is because when you cash out, the money goes instantly (or almost instantly) to Paypal. I've never had to wait longer than five minutes to get my money from Ibotta! You can also earn from referrals there, too. However, you must have at least $20 in your account to cash out. Still, cashing out every week isn't unrealistic with consistent use.

PayPal gives you the possibility to have your account verified. That means that you have more freedom and flexibility in sending and receiving money through PayPal. In addition the “verified” status will also give you more credibility with anyone you send payments to or receive payments from. Please note that you will only be able to receive your redemption if your PayPal account has a “verified” status.
If you have done any amount of shopping online, you have probably seen the “Pay with PayPal” payment option at the checkout screen. You can add these own buttons to your website with PayPal or use an online shopping cart like Shopify that will automatically deliver your digital products and drop ship physical goods you keep in a distribution warehouse.
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