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.
Inbox Pays, at least for me, doesn’t seem to be worth the time. The cash out threshold is high at $50, and you have to do more than just read emails to get paid. You have to also complete offers. According to PTC Investigation (I site I generally trust for reviews of sites like Inbox Pays), you also have to talk to them on the phone in order to verify your account and get paid.
This is a browser extension you can install that will occasionally show you sponsored advertisements on your sidebar when you search. Each advertisement is worth a few cents or more. If you visit the ad shown, you receive the dollar amount shown in your Qmee virtual “piggy bank”. You can cash this out at anytime, there is no minimum. Also, the money shows up in your Paypal account pretty much instantly after you ask for it. I put this site on this list because even though it's not a big earner, you can get paid quickly.
At least one of the ways should work in Indonesia. For instance, you should be able to freelance there. You might not be able to use Fiverr there, of course. Also, whether or not you can use PayPal might be in question. To find out those answers, what I would do is go to their website and look at their policies, terms, and frequently asked questions (FAQ’s). If that doesn’t answer the question, contact them directly and ask. Good luck!
Another survey panel that pays fast, but you do have to have $15 in your account before you can cash out. This can take a while to reach if you don't have a lot of referrals. They are owned by the same people that run Instant Cash Sweepstakes. Typically payment comes to Paypal the same day you request it, although it has taken up to three days before.
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’m sure this is helpful for other people but I would really appreciate if more bloggers would specify that some of these only work in the US as it get’s really frustrating to have to go through each and every single one to find that none of them work where I live. Please try add these in next time, but other than that you have a very good flow of information and everything is well structured. Many thanks.
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.
After you sign up for an account, you can start receiving money right away. To use the funds in your account, you can transfer them to your bank account (you will need to add one first). A bank transfer usually takes about 1 to 5 business days. Or, you can request a PayPal Debit Card and have your funds available to use right away. PayPal Debit Cards can be used almost anywhere just like a normal debit card from your bank.