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).
Below, I have collected a list of sites that either strictly pay through PayPal or have it as an option for you to choose from. The list below is in no particular order, but they are all sites that I recommend when it comes to taking surveys. I’ve also included a few sites that I use mostly for paid offers, since that is another great way to earn money online and the pay with Paypal.

I’m the developer of an android app, called App Greedy, that gives you the opportunity to gain money by completing some easy tasks like playing games, watching videos, etc. After completing some of the tasks you can redeem your points through a PayPal account or a gift card. It’s also great for you to invite your friends as you gain 50% points from them every time they complete tasks!


This is one of the few ways you can earn PayPal cash with an in-person activity. Although you can also shop online at select stores with the Ibotta app, you can get cash back every time you buy groceries. Sometimes you can get 50 cents back for buying any brand of coffee or bananas; other offers require you to buy a name brand item like Haagen-Dazs ice cream.
Your TraitScore on Paid Viewpoint is how specified your demographic is. This means that the more questions you answer, the more the can know your demographic, and the higher your TraitScore becomes. The higher your TraitScore, the more you get paid per question. So while they don’t pay out much in the beginning, they can eventually become one of your highest paying survey companies.
My favorite sites to use for extra money are almost always going to be the ones that don't make me wait long to get paid. I like to hit that cash out button and get paid as soon as possible after I see I have money waiting for me in my account. I thought today would be a good day to make a list of some of the sites and apps that pay you the fastest. If you know of any others I didn't list, please share them below in the comments.
This is one of the few ways you can earn PayPal cash with an in-person activity. Although you can also shop online at select stores with the Ibotta app, you can get cash back every time you buy groceries. Sometimes you can get 50 cents back for buying any brand of coffee or bananas; other offers require you to buy a name brand item like Haagen-Dazs ice cream.
Accumulate points called SB by searching the Web, completing surveys, watching videos, referring your friends, shopping in the app's mall, completing special offers, voting in daily polls, finding swag codes and entering fun contests via social media and the Swagbucks blog. These points can be redeemed for gift cards from stores like Amazon, Target and Walmart or for PayPal cash. At time of writing, Swagbucks has given out $97,751,668 in destributed rewards. Download the app on your iOS or Android device.
Get Paid To Shop: The Shopkick app is a free mobile app that pays you walk into stores, link your credit card, scan barcodes in stores, shop online, refer friends and more. Convert points into gift cards and other cash prizes. This app makes shopping fun, and you even get a 250-point bonus when you sign-up as a new member. The best part? It's 100% FREE to join.
There are times when many of us find ourselves in a bind and we need money today, even if it's just a couple of bucks. Fortunately, there are some websites you can use to earn fast cash online. I'm not going to lie to you, many of them are just extra cash online and will never replace your income. Regardless, they can save you in a pinch when you need it most if you use them regularly and allow the money to build up.
Earlier I was a little shaky in writing a daily poll about Pointsprizes when I had not claimed any prizes. Now I claimed my earning via PayPal $20 (3000 points). Admin of pointsprizes had promised me to deliver reward on 13.10.2018. I am very much surprised that even then it was Saturday, they fulfilled their promise and paid me promptly $20 on 13.10.2018 via Paypal as per their promise. Points prizes team is very trusted as they fulfill what they say. Here I am unable to post/copy the payment proof from Paypal since the photo is not allowed here. Arun Meshram (makashinath@gmail.com) Message from Points Prizes Your payment has been delivered! Want to earn lots more points? Take payment screenshots and share your payment proof on websites or forums, alongside your referral link: https://www.pointsprizes.com/ref/8858450 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Message from points prizes In approximately 20 minutes you'll receive a special invitation email from TrustSpot. Leave a TrustSpot review and you'll be rewarded with a special coupon worth 100 points - even if you've already reached the limit for coupon points! We'd be so grateful if you can also include a screenshot of payment proof in your review. This will help other users to trust us, so we can grow this community. Be sure to check your junk mail folder!
What has made PayPal so popular among both consumers and merchants, or clients and contractors, in this case, is that it is secure, allows for international payments and payments can be received almost instantaneously. When someone sends you a payment it arrives in your PayPal account within minutes compared to days when receiving an ACH deposit in your checking account or check by mail.
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