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Facebook Marketplace

2016.10.03 16:44 JonODonovan Facebook Marketplace

For questions and discussion about Facebook Marketplace.

2019.01.02 21:19 Facebook_Marketplace

For when you come across "that thing" on the Facebook Marketplace that makes you cringe or even scared!

2019.03.01 17:25 matt1215 Weird Shit Found On Facebook Marketplace

Discussion for all the strange items found on the glorious Facebook Marketplace. It can be strange combination, odd homemade items that people try to sell, or people that just don't have a general grasp of the concept of it all.

2023.06.02 06:58 ihateeverythinglmaoo 19f college girl

before I begin, im slightly experienced in findom, only been doing so for on and off for a year so if a session is wanted message xx i wont require you to send tribute of course but if you want to thats appreciated.
a bit about myself but im 5’1 and kinda goth. if you wanna see what i look like for verification that im not some basement dwelling sweaty gamer boy that’s understandable
but basically, I recently did a trade with someone on facebook marketplace and they scammed me with a broken item, unfortunately I lost the playstation and i was wondering if anyone would be a good boy for me and buy me one to fill the void in my heart <3
ps if ur a gamer ill play games with u xx
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2023.06.02 06:46 ihateeverythinglmaoo 19f. any dude who seeks pity on me pls buy me a PS5

long story short, I recently did a trade with someone on facebook marketplace and they scammed me with a broken item in return, unfortunately i lost the playstation and i was wondering if anyone would buy it for me. we can discuss i guess if you wanted anything in return of course but someone please. i feel empty.
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2023.06.02 06:46 himmlerinblackface Facebook Marketplace

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2023.06.02 06:26 Upset-Abies-8168 Is buying a used GPU from someone nearby on facebook marketplace or a seller on amazon safer?

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2023.06.02 06:11 Feeling_Natural_6079 Got screwed need advice

Long story short, I bought a full rig (minus a main canopy) through facebook marketplace. The person I bought it from represents a gear rental store, so I bought it through them. I made sure to confirm that the container holds 170-210, and the person said yes. I'd been jumping a 210 on it, now 4 months later I find out the rig holds 230-250, and I can't find anyone to buy it off me.
What kind of agreement should I look for with the gear store? The rig is not what I paid for, and I'm trying to get rid of it. Any advice is appreciated.
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2023.06.02 05:29 Schicken33 Anyone able to help me confirm this as a 2013 Honda crf 110?

Anyone able to help me confirm this as a 2013 Honda crf 110?
Found this on Facebook marketplace and don’t know much about these. Would like to get a mini bike for messing around when I’m desert camping. Any info/help would be much appreciated!!!
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2023.06.02 05:25 fivesixandhandsome SuperCycle Circuit

Hi everyone, I've been looking at buying a road bike for myself and I've stumbled across a used Supercycle Circuit on Facebook marketplace. Sale price at Canadian Tire seems to be just under $400 and the seller is asking for $250. I know the bike isn't going to be incredible but for my first road bike would this be a solid purchase? If not are there any other recommendations? As my username would indicate I am 5'6 and if there is anyone in the greater Vancouver area selling road bikes in my size feel free to PM me :)
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2023.06.02 05:24 Electrical_Mall9546 When to find fall sublets?

Hi all, I'm an exchange student coming this fall!
I can't seem to find any off campus places to stay that aren't yearly leases. I have found some lease transfers but they end before I go. Unfortunately I didn't register with my exchange university's housing on time and they're full at the moment.
I've been told that around this month and next month, sublets for the entire fall semester will be more common - is this true? I'm a bit stressed, I'm the type to get everything organised beforehand. That being said, my backup plan is to airbnb and then find in person, it seems way more easier.
I've gone on facebook groups (most of them are overrun by bots) one post got liked by many bots with shady links, kijiji, and marketplace to no avail - do I just wait or should I keep searching?
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2023.06.02 05:23 TheMelaninWaifu Car scam?

Looking to buy a car off facebook marketplace. The lister told me to email them so I did. They said their husband passed away and the vehicle reminds them of their lost loved one, so they want it gone. Their last email ended in sort of a “Do you want it, yes or no” tone. I asked if I could check the car out, make sure everything runs, etc., before making any final decisions. This was their reply to that.
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2023.06.02 05:22 LincolnBaio94 Free Kitchenaid with “dead motor”

Free Kitchenaid with “dead motor”
Never had a kitchenaid mixer before but came across a listing on Facebook marketplace for a free kitchenaid mixer that was said to have a “dead motor.” I decided to pick it up in hopes that it was just an easy gear swap or some simple fix. I got it home, plugged it in and it fired right up. It seems to be running normally to me. Since I have never used one, I can’t tell if something sounds off or what else could be going on. Did I just get really lucky? Is there anything I should be looking for?
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2023.06.02 05:13 Proof-Yogurt9414 Replacing Altima 2014 with 2013 GLK350

Hey, I'm torn about this decision. Currently own a 2014 Altima S, pretty basic model. Probably sells for around 10k (CAD) and came across a 2013 GLK selling for 19k. Feels worth the upgrade. I personally don't drive a lot so one would wonder why even do this, but lately just been feeling bored with the Altima and wanted something different that felt nicer. Would you do this if you were me?
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2023.06.02 05:08 ski_mom Seller requesting picture of front and back of title

We bought a car from an individual in July of 2021. We found the car through facebook marketplace. Everything's been fine with the car.
Last night, the guy I bought it from contacted me and asked if I had any paperwork from when we bought the car from him. I messaged him back telling him that I have the title, but that's it.
He wants me to send him a "nice clear picture of the back of the title - and the front also just in case". I assume this is ok to do and I can't get scammed in any way.
I don't know what he could do with it, but it just makes me kind of nervous for some reason.
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2023.06.02 05:05 3D_Offsets_YT Is this a good deal for $5200 cad

Im 15 years old and bought this bike
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2023.06.02 04:55 AdamK_77 Found an odd looking ibanez

I wanted to know if this is real and if so what model is it, i saw it listed on Facebook marketplace and it looks nothing like any ibanez that I've seen before
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2023.06.02 04:55 dontexpectacall GameCube cheats on steam deck

I am trying to figure out how to access a cheat menu if one exists for dolphin through batocera on GameCube. I bought a used steamdeck on Facebook marketplace and it came with the memory card with batocera already installed. So I’m trying to figure out how to access the dolphin menu and access cheats. The hot key plus A button combo only pauses the game.
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2023.06.02 04:54 Visible-Aspect-3593 New (to me) trombone

New (to me) trombone
After much window shopping I found my first personal trombone that will at least hold me over till I can get a nicer trombone It's a 1958 Olds Ambassador I got for $250 off Facebook marketplace The slide is meh and there's some dents in the tuning slide but it's playable for sure
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2023.06.02 04:30 theunstablelama Looking to upgrade

I'm looking to upgrade from the classic LP60x Edifier powered speakers beginner setup, but I don't really know what I'm looking for. Each turntable on Facebook marketplace has me wondering if it's actually a worthwhile upgrade, or if it's just a sidestep/more trouble than it's worth to get working. And each brand new turntable that people suggest seem so expensive (debute carbon is around $800 aud, LP120 is $700)
I suppose I'm asking what actually constitutes a worthwhile upgrade.
PS I'm in Australia so prices are usually a few hundred extra for new turntables/equipment
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2023.06.02 04:23 itsyourlife007 15 Online Side Hustles - Reddit

15 Online Side Hustles - Reddit

Online Side Hustles
The internet has been responsible for many life changing innovations. It has contributed to many relationship breakups, stardom for shine chasers and a source of mental anguish for the weak minded. But when I think about the internet, the word that comes to mind is opportunity. That's right. To me the internet is full of opportunity.
In this post I am sharing 15 online side hustles. Whether you are in introvert or an extrovert, a cat lover or a dog lover, a number cruncher or a paint slinger, there is opportunity for everyone on the internet.
Before we get started, I have to drop my shameless plug. If you’re looking for a simple side hustle from home to start making money online using Reddit, check out my Reddit Traffic 101 guide.
  1. Buy Low, Sell High – this one is a mix of online and offline Check out sites like Craigslist, Freecycle or even Facebook Marketplace. You can find a ton free items and then repost them for sale on eBay or Craigslist. You’d be surprised how much money you can make selling thigs you got for free.
  2. JustAnswer.com – provide expert answers to posted questions As noted on their website, you earn money when you answer questions in your field of expertise. Set your own hours and work anytime, anywhere. Earn an average of $2,000-$7,000 a month.
  3. Teach English online – must speak English and have a bachelor’s degree These sites will pay you to teach English to international students. Cambly, VIPKid, GoGoKid, Palfish, Magic Ears, Skooli, Whales English, QKids, Topica Native, Landi English, Skimatalk
  4. Make Videos for YouTube and TikTok – you don’t have to show your face You can make free slideshow like videos using Canva or even PowerPoint and post them on YouTube. If you find a unique audience, you can easily make money adding affiliate links, getting sponsorships and from YouTube once you hit 1000 subscribers and 4,000 watch hours.
  5. Create Your own eBook While Kindle and LuLu are great self-publishing platforms, you can certainly make a lot of money by writing, publishing and marketing your own book. You don’t have to be a novelist either. A simple, well written and informative eBook that improves the lives other human beings will improve your bank account. Check out my Reddit Traffic 101 guide to learn how to market you eBook on Reddit.
  6. Freelance on Upwork and Freelancer If you have office skills and able to take on projects, you can make some good money accepting projects from sites like Upwork.com and Freelancer.com. Jobs range from writing articles, to image editing, to creating apps and even designing logos.
  7. Create Excel spreadsheet templates Search Etsy for the types of spreadsheets that are popular and create your own store with a variety of options. Sell on Esty, JustArtisan, Zibbet, etc. If you are into arts and crafts and have the talent and resources, you can sell more than excel templates on these sites.
  8. Become a Virtual Personal Trainer You would be surprised how many people prefer to work out from the comfort of their homes, but still need guidance. If you are into fitness and want to help others get in better shape, start a virtual training business. You can market your skills on Instagram or post fliers in your local neighborhood.
  9. Join an Online Focus Group – start with the below list of 16 sites
  • 20/20 Research - $50 to $350+ Per Study, $1 – $10 Per Survey
  • American Consumer Opinion - $50 – $250+ Per Study
  • Apex Focus Group - $100 to $400 Per Study
  • Engage Studies - $50 – $250+ Per Study
  • Focus Pointe Global - $50 to $250 Per Study
  • Forthright Surveys - $50 – $350+ Per Study
  • Ipsos i-Say - $100 Per Study
  • Mindswarms - $50 Per Study
  • Respondent.io - $50 – $500+ Per Study
  • Recruit and Field - $100 to $300 Per Study
  • SIS International Research - $75+ Per Study
  • Springboard America - $50+ Per Study, $0.50 – $10+ Per Survey
  • Survey Junkie - $50 – $100+ Per Study
  • Survey Feeds - $75 – $275+ Per Study
  • User Interviews - $50+ Per Study
  • WatchLab - $100 – $250+ Per Study
  1. Become an Affiliate Marketer – yes, you’ve seen and heard this before for a reason Affiliate marketing involves promoting products for major and minor brands. When a sale is made through your affiliate links, you get a commission. You can connect with brands through affiliate networks like CJ.com or Shareasale.com. My Reddit Traffic 101 guide shows you how to get traffic to affiliate links for free.
  2. Become a Remote Online Notary Notary Publics have the option of working completely online using live video services. Becoming a notary does require a certification, which usually involves completing a brief course and passing an exam. Regulations vary by state.
  3. Perform Voice-Overs – use your voice to bring in some mula Sites like Fiverr, ACX, Voices.com, FlexJobs, Toogit, Upwork and Freelancer post gigs for people in need of voice-over professionals. You can set your rates or negotiate based a client’s budget.
  4. Become a Virtual Assistant Virtual assistants help businesses or individuals with administrative tasks such as managing inboxes or scheduling. You can search for companies seeking a virtual assistant on regular job sites, like Flexjobs or Indeed, or you can apply for a company that pairs virtual assistants with businesses, such as Time Etc or Boldly. If you decide to go through a third-party matching process, you may have less flexibility in the number of hours you work per week or the specific hours you work.
  5. Website Tester – you will make sure websites are very easy to navigate.
  • UserTesting - $10 cash for every 10-15 minutes test you complete. No webcam is needed.
  • Whatusersdo - $8 or more via PayPal. A test takes around 15-20 minutes to complete.
  • UserTest - Pay is $10.50 per test study. Takes 5 minutes to become a qualified tester.
  • UserFeel – Pay is around $10 per test.
  • Analysia - Pay is $10 per test. Tests take around 15 minutes to complete.
  1. Data Entry – put your typing and attention to detail skills to work for you While there are plenty of scams out there for data entry jobs, real ones do exist. To find them visit legit job sites like Indeed.com, Careerbuilder, ZipRecruiter or Monster and search for “Data Entry” with the quotes and type in Remote in the location field. Be sure to select if you are looking for full time or part time.
So there you have it. There are still plenty of other options out there for Online Side Hustles. It all depends on what you want to do and can do. Some things you can learn, like transcription jobs.
Of course you can always sell digital products and control your money based on your efforts. Shameless plug #2 here. Don’t forget to check out my Reddit Traffic 101 guide. It has a simple side hustle from home formula, to start making money online using Reddit.

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2023.06.02 04:10 itsyourlife007 Side Hustles from Home - 40 Microtask Sites to Make Money Online

Side Hustles from Home - 40 Microtask Sites to Make Money Online
Side Hustles from Home - 40 Microtask Sites to Make Money Online
Need ideas for side hustles from home? Today we are sharing 40 microtask sites to help you make money online from the comfort of your home. This article will cover microtask websites and user testing websites. Microtask websites pay you for completing short online tasks in your spare time.
Please keep in mind, that there are far more workers/ testers than jobs available. It’s a great way to make some fast and easy cash, but it isn’t going to pay your mortgage. Also note that you will need to set aside money yourself to pay taxes.
User testing websites pay Testers to test various websites, applications and even games. Payout varies but you can stack some cash as a side hustle.
Examples of common tasks include:
• Testing apps and websites
• Business listing verification
• Captioning videos
• Quality rating gigs
• Monitoring social media
• Search engine evaluation
• Helping with machine learning tasks
• Data entry

Of course there are pros and cons to microtasks you should consider:
Microtask Pros:
· Low barrier to entry
· Wide variety of jobs
· Can earn real cash
· Numerous companies to work for
· Global income opportunities
Microtask Cons:
· Low hourly earning potential for many websites
· Jobs can get dull after a while
· Doesn’t really advance your career in a meaningful way
Before we get started with the list, if you want to make much more money than these microtask sites offer and not be at the mercy of available gigs, check out my Reddit Traffic 101 guide. It has a simple side hustle from home formula, to start making money online using Reddit.
Microtask Sites
Side Hustle from Home #1. 1Q - is an app that pays you to answer questions. Each time you answer a question, you get paid $0.25 instantly, and the app sends the money to your PayPal account. For making $10 fast, this is a good option.
Side Hustle from Home #2. Analysia – will email you when a test is available that matches your profile. You can expect to complete specific tasks on a website while having your screen and audio recorded. Testers are paid $10 per tests, which typically take around 15 minutes, and are paid via PayPal.
Side Hustle from Home #3. Appen - jobs pay as high as $14/hour+. On Appen, you apply to a specific category of work, which includes rating jobs, language based jobs, or micro tasks. Payments are made via PayPal or Payoneer. Hourly pay rates differ by geographical locations. US & Americas – $13.5, UK & some Europeans – $14, Asians – $7, Indians – $3. Some projects pays as high as $21/hr.
Side Hustle from Home #4. AppStation - pays you for playing games. You’ll earn coins that you can redeem for money to your PayPal account, or you can opt for a gift card. You can cell gift cards online in exchange for cash.
Side Hustle from Home #5. Clickworker – is a task site platform where you can get paid for writing, translating, researching, and collecting data. Create an account, fill out your profile, complete a qualification assessment, then bid on jobs. Payments are made by SEPA bank account transfers or PayPal once your account reaches 5.00 euros and your tax information has been completed.
Side Hustle from Home #6. Enroll – Enroll lets you do a variety of tests from any device – computer, tablet, or phone. You may review a new logo, give feedback on website clarity, or complete some other task. They pay via PayPal (threshold payout is $1). A brief test can earn you between $0.5 and $2, but some tests pay as much as $10 depending on the complexity of the project.
Side Hustle from Home #7. Fancy Hands – is one of the most popular platforms out there for finding work as a virtual assistant. Popular virtual assistant tasks on Fancy Hands include making phone calls on someone’s behalf, scheduling appointments, making travel arrangements, and data entry. Fancy Hand tasks pay $3 to $7 to start, but you can earn more as you work with the same client or if you are promoted to a managerial position and manage other virtual assistants. You must have an audio headset to work for Fancy Hands. Payments are also made biweekly through Dwolla.
Side Hustle from Home #8. Figure Eight – has microtasks that include, social media categorization, content moderation, business listing verification, and image tagging are some of the jobs you can expect to encounter. Tasks pay from a few cents to a couple dollars.
Side Hustle from Home #9. Grindabuck – is perfect for anyone who isn’t into surveys. It is a decent passive income website if you run their video rewards portal in the background. It is available in Canada, the United States, Germany, Australia, and the U.K. GrindaBuck offers PayPal, Bitcoin, and gift card rewards.
For PayPal, you can request as little as a $1 payment if you’re a VIP with that option. As a level 1 VIP, you’ll need to wait until you have at least $10 in your account to cash out that much with PayPal, which equals 1025 points. $1 in PayPal cash is 125 points. Bitcoin payments cost less – $5 is 500 points and you can get a bit of a discount for $25 in Bitcoin with 2450 points. Amazon cards are in $1, $5, $10, and $25 denominations, while Walmart cards are in $5 and $10. Each one will cost you 100 in points for every dollar (so 1000 points for a $10 gift card, for example). GrindaBuck says that all gift cards and payments should arrive within 12 hours, but sometimes can be even quicker.
Side Hustle from Home #10. InstaGC – pays you to complete different tasks online, like surveys, watching videos, visiting websites, testing apps, shopping online, product samples and more. Like other online survey sites, each InstaGC reward point is worth one cent which makes 100 points worth $1. InstaGC requires you to have 100 points to request your redemption. Redemption options include gift cards, direct deposit, eChecks, PayPal, sweepstakes entries and charitable donations.
Side Hustle from Home #11. IntelliZoom – is the user testing panel put together by UserZoom. You can do testing for them either from your mobile device or your computer. You just need to be able to download their testing software and have access to Wi-Fi. Most tests take 10 to 20 minutes. Tests that record your screen and spoken thoughts pay about $10 while standard surveys pay $5. You’ll be paid via PayPal within 21 business days after your tests are approved.
Side Hustle from Home #12. JustPlay – is a gaming rewards app that lets you cash out the same day with PayPal money. You can cash out your coins every three hours during a payout window and there isn’t a minimum cashout requirement. They also pay via gift cards and charitable donations. If you play a lot of games, you could probably earn $1 to $4 per hour.
Side Hustle from Home #13. Lionbridge - is a competitor of Appen and offers the same sort of micro task marketplace for people to make extra money. If you want to try search engine evaluation, website testing, quality rating, or translation/transcription and have had difficulty getting into Appen, Lionbridge is a solid alternative. FYI… it is technically against TOS to work for Appen and Lionbridge simultaneously. Pay rates range from $8-$14 per hour depending on the job you’re working on.
Depending on the projects you worked on, Lionbridge pays through Direct Bank Transfer and PayPal. The minimum payout threshold is $20. Payable sums that fall below the minimum payout threshold are carried over to the following month. The payment cycle is NET-45 means January earnings are deposited into your bank account around the 15th of March. It takes them around 15 days to create invoices and another 30 days to process payments.
Side Hustle from Home #14. Microworkers - is a micro task website that currently has more than 1.4 million workers who have completed more than 42 million tasks. Popular jobs on Microworkers include categorization, completing surveys, data mining/entry, and ads monitoring on social media platforms like Facebook. As with Clickworkers, you will be assigned a star rating as you complete tasks, and higher ratings will allow you to access a wider array of jobs. Microworker pays out through Dwolla, PayPal, and Transpay, but you must earn at least $9 before cashing out. Payments are sent twice a week.
Side Hustle from Home #15. Mistplay – is a leading Android app that pay you to play games on your phone! They will give you free gift cards when you play games. It is basically a loyalty program for mobile gaming fans. Mistplay lets you redeem points for a variety of free gift cards, and redemptions actually start at $0.50 for Amazon gift cards. The app is available in U.S., Canada, Denmark, Australia, and several other countries.
Side Hustle from Home #16. MTurk – is a platform by Amazon and perhaps the original microtask website. Jobs on MTurk are similar to Clickworker. The MTurk marketplace is full of tasks including identifying objects in videos, data deduplication, transcription work, and search engine evaluation. MTurk jobs are known as ‘hits,’ which stands for ‘Human Intelligence Tasks,’ and the premise behind Amazon MTurk is to have workers help solve problems that AI isn’t capable of figuring out. U.S. citizens can earn cash or Amazon gift cards for their work on MTurk, while non U.S. citizens can only earn gift cards.
Side Hustle from Home #17. Money Well - lets you play Android games for gift cards and PayPal money. Money Well is completely free to download and is available in the United States, Canada, Australia, the UK, and many European countries. Money Well lets you redeem your tickets for PayPal money and a range of gift cards. However, the minimum redemption amount depends on the reward you select and where you live.
Side Hustle from Home #18. OneSpace - is a short task platform where you’re paid for various freelance tasks, such as taking surveys, copywriting, quality assurance, transcription, and lots more. To be eligible for more complex and higher-paying tasks, you must pass a qualification test. Once you pass the qualification test, you unlock higher-paying gigs. Payments are made via PalPal. You can get paid quickly and daily for your approved work.
Side Hustle from Home #19. PlaytestCloud – allows you to earn approximately $9 per 15 minute app test you complete. You will be test apps and games that are in development. Specifically, PlaytestCloud lets app developers test their apps during various stages: Prototyping, Development, Soft launch, Post-release. Requirements are speak English, live in Canada, the UK, or the United States; be comfortable talking out loud while testing games. Have an Android phone that’s 5 (Lollipo) or newer.
Alternatively, have an iOS device running iOS 12 or 13 – this is basically an iPhone 5 or higher or iPod Tough 6G. Once you’re approved to test games, PlaytestCloud will periodically email you testing opportunities. Playtest Cloud pays out through PayPal, and this is the only option. Payment processes within a few days after a verified testing session and you don’t need a minimum payment amount.
Side Hustle from Home #20. Premise Data – uses crowdsourced data to help its clients get the data it needs to make informed decisions. Tasks include answering paid surveys, sharing your opinion, taking phots of things in you city, completing short tasks. You can get paid with PayPal cash, Payoneer, or even with Bitcoin, so it’s also a versatile micro task app. The payment options you have access to will vary based on your location. Minimum payouts will vary by location as well, but in the US, they start at $10.
Side Hustle from Home #21. Qmee – pays members to answer paid surveys, shop online, search the web, answer daily polls, referring friends. You can redeem points for PayPal cash, gift cards, or charitable donations and do not have a minimum payout requirement. They are available in U.S., Canada, Australia, and the UK.
Side Hustle from Home #22. RapidWorkers – is a site for marketing-focused micro tasks. You might be asked to do things like social media actions, following or liking or tweeting, and you can get paid out immediately to PayPal as soon as you make $4.
Side Hustle from Home #23. Remotasks - is a newer entrant to the work of crowdsourced micro jobs, and they also pay less on average than companies like Appen or Lionbridge. However, if you can’t make it into other platforms but want to make some extra money, Remotasks might help hold you over until you can find better work. Popular jobs on Remotasks include image annotation, data collection, identifying spam, moderating content, and transcription. Payments are made via PayPal, but you will probably earn under $10/hour on this platform so keep that in mind.
Side Hustle from Home #24. Rev - This leading transcription website pays you to transcribe audio files. They claim you can make around $250 per month working for them, and it’s completely free to sign up. You must meet their requirements to join the platform. Requirements are: being at least 18 years old, having a PayPal account, being proficient in English, passing a grammar test and submitting a transcription sample for review. Rev transcriptionist jobs pay $0.30 to $1.10 per minute of audio, or video you transcribe. So, an hour-long transcription job might pay $18 to $66.
However, it can take a proficient transcriptionist about 2 to 3 hours to transcribe one hour of audio. So, your speed and accuracy really influence how much money you make per hour. Rev pays transcriptionists with PayPal money every week. There isn’t a minimum cash out amount either, making Rev a reliable online job that pays weekly.
Side Hustle from Home #25. Rewarded Play - is a free Android app that lets you earn free gift cards for playing mobile games. All you have to do is download new games and play them to earn points, which are redeemable for dozens of different gift cards. Rewarded Play has a 45,000 point minimum redemption requirement, which equals a $5 gift card. Gift cards you can redeem with Rewarded Play: Amazon, Best Buy, Target, Ebay, Nordstrom, Walmart, Gap, Adidas, Chilis, Sephora and Macy’s.
You can choose to receive your gift card digitally or delivered straight to your door. If you go the digital route, you’ll receive it in your email. Rewarded Play claims that you can easily receive your first gift card within 48 hours. Note that you also have a cap of 5,000 points per day
Side Hustle from Home #26. Spare 5 - has both a website and mobile app (so you can hustle while on the go). Most Spare 5 tasks focus on “deriving the meaning of, or providing human insight into, audio, video, or image files.” Expect to annotate images, provide keywords/categories, and proofread/complete linguistic tasks. Spare 5 gigs generally pay a few cents to under a dollar, and payments are made on Friday via PayPal. The minimum payout threshold is $1.
Side Hustle from Home #27. StartUpLift – works specifically with startups to provide feedback on their websites based around required completion of certain tasks. You’re paid $5 for every feedback accepted, and they pay via PayPal each Monday.
Side Hustle from Home #28. TELUS International - which acquired Lionbridge, hires independent contractors to work on microtasks like translation, transcription, rating ads, annotation, search engine evaluation, and testing. You must first prove your proficiency by taking and passing relevant evaluation tests (which I’ve heard are pretty challenging). Once they have your evaluation scores, you’ll receive invites to work on available projects. Payment schedule is longer than desired. Work in January is calculated at the end of January, invoice is released in February and payment will be in March. Rate vary by country.
Side Hustle from Home #29. Testing Time – Testing Time provides tester feedback on digital products (websites and apps), and you must use Skype to test with them. They pay currently around $59. They match you to tests using your profile and you’ll get an invitation via email when they match you. You must be fluent in English to work for TestingTime, and you will need Skype and a working microphone. You set up an appointment with their client to do a guided usability test. Payments are made every 5-10 days via PayPal following a test.
Side Hustle from Home #30. TryMyUI - connects quality assurance testers with businesses looking to perfect their website or app. Testers are paid $10 per accepted test, and sessions generally take 20 minutes. They also have you do a written wrap-up survey. TryMyUI is currently hiring global testers, but you must be fluent in English and have a microphone/screen recording software. They pay through PayPal every Friday.
Side Hustle from Home #31. UsabilityHub – offers very short tests that you’re paid about $0.10 for. They call your earnings “credits,” where 1 credit equals $0.10. Once you accrue 100 credits, you can cash out your $10. They pay via PayPal. They do not have as many tests as they purport.
Side Hustle from Home #32. UserCrowd – Pays you around $0.20 per credit earned, for completing very brief testing gigs. Most tests pay 1-2 credits per response, and some may pay more. Payouts with PayPal. You can request a payout when your balance reaches $10. You will need a PayPal account that is eligible to receive payments.
Side Hustle from Home #33. UserFeel – is another usability company that will record your screen and your spoken thoughts. You can use a smartphone or a computer running Windows 7 or better. Macs work too. They pay $10 per test with tests taking around 10 to 20 minutes. Payment is by PayPal or Payoneer, and they pay out around 1 week after your test is accepted.
Side Hustle from Home #34. Userinput.io – sources testers through Mturk. It is another one that pays to test web pages. You need a computer to perform the tests and as in many platforms of this type, your screen and voice will be recorded while you perform the requested tasks. The tests last between 5 and 15 minutes but can be extended depending on the needs and of course if you think you have the ability to express your thoughts in detail.
The payment ranges from $5 to $15 per test, depending on its complexity and duration. In some cases, you will have the opportunity to access additional bonuses. You are paid through mTurk (mTurk pays you with Amazon gift cards or Amazon Payments that can be transferred to your bank account. If you don’t have a bank account, you can transfer from Amazon Payments to a prepaid debit card.)
Side Hustle from Home #35. Userlytics – is a digital usability testing platform that provides companies with critical customer insights and feedback. Companies sign up for Userlytics to hire people like you to browse through and provide feedback on websites, mobile apps, prototypes, videos, and advertisements. To test with Userlytics, you must have a computer with a microphone, running Windows 7 (or better) or MacOS 10.7.3 (or newer). You’ll also need a webcam.
As a usability tester, you’ll be paid a certain amount for every test you complete. Most tests will take about 20 to 40 minutes to complete. Usability tests are sent out randomly to testers.
In some instances you’ll be conducting a test for a large corporation, and in other cases it may be for a smaller start-up company. While you can take as many tests as you want, you’ll need to wait until Userlytics sends you one.
You’ll have a better chance of receiving tests if you provide more of your personal information and fill out a complete profile. There aren’t any qualifications for taking tests. In fact, clients prefer that you don’t know anything beforehand. Those with less experience often provide some of the most valuable feedback to clients.
Your pay rate will depend on each individual test you take. Many tests will pay between $5 and $20. Other tests can pay as much as $90, however, these are quite rare. You’ll be paid more money for tests that are more intensive and take a longer time. Before you take a test, you’ll be shown how much you’ll be paid and approximately how long it will take. Remember: Clients need to approve your test before you can get paid. Once you’re approved, you’ll be paid once every 15 days through PayPal.
Side Hustle from Home #36. UserTesting - pays $10 per desktop test and $15 per mobile test, and the tests only take about 20 minutes each to complete. Testers are required to record their thoughts/screen as they navigate a testing environment, but most sessions take 10-20 minutes. Rarely, testers may qualify for a live test session with a client, which pay up to $60. UserTesting is fairly global, and payments are made 7 days after a testing session via PayPal.
Side Hustle from Home #37. UserZoom – is very straightforward and like most usability testing sites – sign up, fill out a profile, be matched with tests and get emailed when tests are available. UserZoom has become more focused on the digital experience rather than shopping and buying experiences. Studies that record your video and audio pay $10 on average. When it comes to standards surveys, though, the average is $5. Each study takes approximately 10-20 minutes.
Depending on your demographics and your quality rating, you expect to be invited for 2 or 4 tests per month. After you submit your test, you will have to wait for approval, which takes approximately 3 – 5 days. Once approved, they will send out your PayPal payment within 21 business days. Just like other platforms, there is no minimum payout requirement.
Side Hustle from Home #38. WhatUsersDo – has testers review new websites (some by household names), and are paid $5 per test. They send you test invitations via email, and you can only take 3 to 5 tests per month. They also pay via PayPal, but only on the 25th of each month. Requires download of a screen recorder.
Side Hustle from Home #39. ySense - is a weird mixture between a survey site and a micro job platform, and there’s truly a little bit of something for everyone on this site. On ySense, users can make money through surveys, download offers, watching videos, or by completing jobs like the ones posted on Figure Eight.
ySense was formerly known as Clixsense, another popular GPT website, and the platform is under the parent company Prodege, who operate some of the most reputable reward sites in the industry. Users can cash out with dozens of gift card options or through PayPal, and the lowest rewards are $3. ySense is also available in dozens of countries.
Side Hustle from Home #40. Zeerk - brands themselves as a micro job and freelance portal where you can offer or browse gigs ranging from $3 to $200. In other words, Zeerk is an alternative to Fiverr that focuses on micro tasks. This is the platform where people buy likes, followers, upvotes, social media accounts, and other semi-questionable online transactions. If you’ve ever tried to make money on Fiverr with these sorts of offerings but find the marketplace is saturated, Zeerk might be less competitive.
Side Hustle from Home #41. Reddit Side Hustle – shameless plug here. If you want to make much more than these microtask sites offer and not be at the mercy of available gigs, check out my Reddit Traffic 101 guide. It has a simple side hustle from home formula to start making money online using Reddit.

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2023.06.02 03:40 DJEZ0103 MegaMan Battle Network 6 Real or Fake (got for free on Facebook marketplace haha)

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2023.06.02 03:28 littleike0 Fair price for backflip 24 backpack cooler

Hi all, I am not too familiar with Yeti, but trying to help a family member clear out some things from their house. He has a Yeti Backflip 24 Backpack Cooler that is gray on the outside and blue on the inside and never been used. I was listing it on Facebook marketplace for him and was trying to figure out pricing. I couldn’t find the model available online anywhere to purchase new and the prices on eBay and such seemed insane ($600+??). Was wondering if anyone would be kind enough to help provide a rough idea of what a fair listing price would be.
Thanks for any insight/help.
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2023.06.02 03:15 biodahazard Found this on Facebook marketplace.

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