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What: MyPoints promises to pay you for taking surveys and reading advertisements, but the site gives the most points for shopping

Expected pay: Nominal

Husl$core: $$

Commissions & fees: NA

Where: Nationwide

Requirements: Be over the age of 13; have a computer or smart phone; other requirements vary

Want to try MyPoints?

  1. Click here to register for an account
  2. Receive bonus points to verify your email
  3. Start earning

MyPoints Review:

My Points is brought to you by the same marketing company as Swagbucks.  But this site appears to be more about getting points back for shopping than it is about earning money. When it comes to taking surveys and playing games for points, you’ll earn even less here than you do with Swagbucks. And there, you earn about $1 an hour.

As a cash-back site, this one isn’t bad. But you should never buy something to get cash back for obvious reasons. If you plan to buy a particular item and they’re offering a competitive price and giving points for it, though, we see no harm. You can sign up for MyPoints here.

Pay in gift cards

As for making money on MyPoints: You can earn gift cards on this platform even if you aren’t old enough to qualify to work at most other sites, but the points are worth a relative pittance. Even if you’re too young to qualify for a work permit, there are better options.

For instance, you can babysit through Bambino, which allows you to sign up at age 13 with parental permission or you can make and sell crafts on Etsy. You may also want to check out our blog post on Jobs for Teenagers.

If your age is not the problem and you’re simply looking for something low-maintenance to do at home, consider filling out surveys and doing market research at somewhat higher-paying competitors: FocusGroup.com, FindFocusGroup.com or Consumer Opinion Services, If you love rendering your opinions, you can also make money as a Mock Juror. Looking for other things you can do at home? Check out Fiverr

What their users say (from NerdWallet)

I earned $1.01 per hour….(click for the full review)

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