I found Jingit a few weeks ago via another Mom’s blog. To keep it short and simple, you get paid to watch commercials. Seriously.
Normally, I am a little skeptical of earning money online. But this one, after careful consideration, proved to be just like they say. Basically, you use your Facebook account to connect to Jingit. There is no need to sign up. You don’t get SPAM mail. It’s pretty simple.
There are videos that pop up and you need to watch them. I have seen Dairy Queen, Quiznos, Gator-aid, to name a few. You are paid immediately for watching the video. Sometimes you simply have to watch it, and other times you are requested to give your feedback and opinions. Still, though, it’s simple.
In order to use your Jingit cash (which is real money), you need to sign up for your own Jingit debit card. If you are over the age of 12 (in the US) then you can get your own Jingit card.
Now, I will be honest. The terms for the Jingit Card (done through USBank) pretty much suck. There is a fee for almost everything, but luckily they are all avoidable if you use it like a normal debit card, don’t get cash advance, and don’t abandon it. For the most part, though, you shouldn’t have any sort of issue.
So far in the past two weeks I have earned over $20 for an hour or two of watching videos and I have spent a few bucks on breakfast for my daughter when we were out for the day. While there is a cap on how much you can make, it’s still great pocket change for a rainy day.
If you would like to join me on JINGIT, please my referral by clicking [here].
So, if you are worried about whether or not Jingit is legit or not. Yes. Yes, it is.