While there are some paid to read emails sites that are legit (I think Inbox Dollars may be the original when it comes to these types of sites), it is not a job. It's just extra money, and when I say extra money, I mean you may earn a couple of cents per email read. I used to do this (along with other little extra money tasks) through Inbox Dollars and trust me, it could not be described as a job. Just a little time waster.
The original "Make Money Fast" letter was written around 1988 by a person who used the name Dave Rhodes. Biographical details are not certain, and it is not clear if this was even the person's actual name. The letter encouraged readers of the email to forward one dollar in cash to a list of people provided in the text, and to add their own name and address to the bottom of the list after deleting the name and address at the top.[1] Using the theory behind pyramid schemes, the resulting chain of money flowing back and forth would supposedly deliver a reward of thousands of dollars to the ones participating in the chain, as copies of their chain spread and more and more people sent one dollar to their address.
I started to sign up to do tasks for Task Rabbit but the very last thing before your done registering is it costs $25 to register and you might not even be hired. I really wish I knew that before hand before wasting my time. I need to make money & I dont have the money to spend registering for something I might not even be confirmed/hired to do. Really should put that it costs $25 in your article.
According to the FAQ of the net.legends Usenet news group, Dave Rhodes was a student at Columbia Union College (now Washington Adventist University), a Seventh-day Adventist college in Maryland, who wrote the letter and uploaded it as a text file to a nearby BBS around 1987.[2] The earliest posting to Usenet was posted by a David Walton in 1989, also using a Columbia Union College account. Walton referred to himself as, "BIZMAN DAVE THE MODEM SLAVE", and referred to "Dave Rhodes" in his post.[3] The true identity of Dave Rhodes has not been found. A supposed self-published web site by Dave Rhodes was found to be fake.[4][5]

I like the ideas but I feel like some of them, mainly the ones you can do online, aren’t safe. I’m so afraid that it’ll end being a scam from all the stories I’ve heard from friends and family… I’ve tried going to plato’s closet to sell my clothes but refused to take any of it. said my clothes looked too “old” like I was too old to sell my clothes there so they sent me somewhere else for women, I am only 24 by the way…. but they said my clothes looked too young for the store. i’ve tried several other places and nobody will take my clothes, they all say the same thing. I’ve thought sites like Vinted or other sites you can sell used clothes but again, the safety issue. how do you know if its a scam or not? Also, other ways to sell your artwork that isn’t online?
Wayfair – I have seen email only customer support positions open here, but they are location specific. It is listed as email sales and support when it's open. The positions listed for that now appear to not be home-based and will also involve phone calls, but I have seen a work at home, email only job posted by this company before, so you may want to keep tabs on their careers page.
Thanks, these are truly amazing work ideas. Some of these can be practically done in my neighborhood even! Though they certainly can’t match an actual job, they’ll work as great and quick sources of income. I’ll plan doing at least one of the $100 jobs listed during weekends and holidays. A $400-$800 addition to income is something to be taken seriously.
One should think about their skills, hobbies and basic daily habits as well. Do you like to cook? Be a personal cook or dinner parties. Baking? Make wedding cakes or cupcakes for weddings/special events. Do you enjoy cleaning? Trying going to banks/repo companies and ask if they are in need of a repo cleaner or market yourself as a all-around cleaner. Know how to mow a lawn? Get paid to do it in your neighborhood. Sell products from large companies – Jewelry in a candle, Sentsy, Health and home products – etc.
They don’t even try to hide the reason they cut you off. They flat out told me that they cut me off because I did not respond to any of the offers. They had never said I had to respond to anything, only that I had to read them. I put in a lot of time for pennies and got ripped off. They said I would have to buy something from one of their offers to continue reading emails for them.
You mention one name of a survey site and then you say to sign up for 3-5 others, but you do not say what others to sign up for. I am very interested in doing this—especially when you mention that you earned over $600 in a month’s time by doing surveys an hour a day. I can spend an hour a day doing surveys, but please help walk me through how to do this (specifics please)—thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reading Emails is an excellent way to kick start your money making journey online. On this vast virtual community, you will be able to find various promising websites that provide you easy and simple methods for making money. All you need to do is create your online account, follow some simple instructions and you are all set to earn money online. Never have a false hope that it can give you thousand of bucks, but some side income which you can earn by investing your small amount of time.
In this window you can select the price you are asking for the item and the amount you wish to sell. At this point, you should choose to sell all your items and then press the -5% button. This ensures that your price is low enough so you should be able to sell all your items instantly. But don't worry, you still get the full amount other players are offering.
iSurvey has a slogan – Your opinion is worth more than two pennies. It generously offers a $5 signup bonus to invite you to participate with their online money-making activities. Its activities are straight-forward: completing surveys for money! Simple email free registration will grant you the rights to receive personalized surveys for making money. Start now to get your first $5 for free.
  If you plan on gathering the gold yourself by playing on multiple accounts figure out what is it that you will be doing that will make you the most gold and decide how many accounts will you be using. You can check out our money making methods if you are looking for ideas on what you could do on multiple accounts. If you are going to bot check out How to bot in RuneScape to get more details. If you choose PKing you will have to get an account that is good for this activity and be very good at it to make consistent profit. You will most likely have to do risk fights. If you chose staking, you must have the correct accounts for this activity, as well as a lot of RS gold to have a decent bankroll so you don’t get cleaned.
iSurvey has a slogan – Your opinion is worth more than two pennies. It generously offers a $5 signup bonus to invite you to participate with their online money-making activities. Its activities are straight-forward: completing surveys for money! Simple email free registration will grant you the rights to receive personalized surveys for making money. Start now to get your first $5 for free.
You mention one name of a survey site and then you say to sign up for 3-5 others, but you do not say what others to sign up for. I am very interested in doing this—especially when you mention that you earned over $600 in a month’s time by doing surveys an hour a day. I can spend an hour a day doing surveys, but please help walk me through how to do this (specifics please)—thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!
Use your skills to do day labor. Post an ad online or on a bulletin board offering to do odd jobs or sign up with an employment agency that specializes in temporary work. You can also go where other day laborers meet and wait for employers, such as building contractors, landscapers, homeowners and small business owners. Common odd jobs people need day laborers for include:[11]
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