Slice the Pie is a site I use quite frequently. All you do is listen to music and rate/review it. You'll get paid anywhere from six to seven cents up to sometimes seventeen cents per song you review just depending on if they have any promos going on. It only takes a few minutes to review a song. They pay out on Tuesdays and Fridays and you must have a minimum of $10 to withdraw your earnings, but this is very possible to do twice per week.
I've talked about this smartphone app quite a lot, and it is one of my favorites to use. How fast they pay is one good reason why I like them so much! You use it while you are out shopping. They have a lot of products listed on their offer wall, mostly grocery products, and if you buy those while you're out, you can upload your receipt to Ibotta and they'll pay you back some actual cash for proving you bought the item(s). You only need $20 to get paid to Paypal, and they send it almost instantly after you request it.

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!


Use the "Create a money request" if you have a simple request, such as lending your buddy $25 last week or providing a simple service such cleaning a carpet. You must know the person's email address -- he doesn't have to have a PayPal account -- and the amount you are charging them for. Click continue and then confirm the information and send a personal message if needed.
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.
Android users can respond to a survey from Google and receive up to $1 in Play credits, but the credits vary, depending on the survey. Download the app, answer a few questions about yourself and wait to receive your first questionnaire. Expect to receive an average of one survey per week, covering topics such as "Which logo is best?" and "When do you plan on traveling next?"
Unlike traditional survey sites, you just have a very natural feeling conversation answering questions when you want without being locked into a time-critical survey that will disqualify you if you have to go and cook dinner or answer a phone call. You earn points for each question which are saved and once you hit 5000 you have reached your first payout of £5.
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 have been working on the $300 reword for the past few months and they haven't emailed me the money for the $150 from the last time that I broke the cube. I hope that Google will take them off the Play store mobile app web page because I'm so mad that they back stabbed me after I did the work. Please request that PayPal do the same because I cant find a way to get in contact with them via coustomer service number RSVP if you speek French.
PineCone Research is one of the most highly coveted survey panels. They don’t always have openings for everyone. At the time of writing this post they are looking for males over the age of 18 in the U.S. If you can get a spot, however, you can expect to earn about $3 per survey. You will receive your first payment by check but can switch to PayPal after that.
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