Get Paid To Receive Postal Mail

I know by now you should’ve heard of being paid to receive emails. Well for those of us that aren’t into having you email inbox spammed, what about your home mailbox?

This may sound a bit absurd, but it is possible to be paid to get mail sent right to your home.

How Does It Work?

There are companies that need to test how their magazines, letters, and other mailings reach actual customers. These companies hire what are decoys or “mail decoys” to receive mail and report back.

How Much Can I Make?

Currently neither company directly discloses the amount they pay, but I’ve read of companies paying between $10 and $30 dollars a month.

What Are The Requirements?

You may be required to have a scanner or digital camera and space to store up to 100 pieces of mail a month.

Is This For Me?

If you can spend time processing mail every day, excluding Sundays as mail typically doesn’t come, then this may be for you. There is an emphasis on every day. This is what they are paying you to do.

Here are two companies that you can sign up for today!

 

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