Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Earning Money with spam/junk mail?????

Earning Money with spam/junk mail????? Yes it is possible.
Do you just like me receive a lot of emails like Walmart, Bestbuy, Air Canada and much more?
If the answer is YES please read further.

Turn your junk mail into rewards!

SBKC gives you Prepaid Visa cards for your junk mail.

Don't think it doesn't work because this is the prove I received today....
Every time on the end of the month when you have 2,000 points you will receive a Via Prepaid card of 20 dollar.
What do you need to do? You have to start with join SBKC.
Click on this link  then click on the join button and a extra screen will open. 

Complete above form and 
it would be much appreciated if you put shareitwitherik as your referral.
How does it work after this.
SBKC will receive your form and will set you up and after a couple of days you will receive a welcome email with instructions. You can send in spam/junk emails and junk/spam mail.
You can send in communications related to the following:
Insurance: Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Auto/Property Insurance, etc. 
Investments/Annuities: IRA/Rollovers, Mutual Funds, 401(k), Pensions, etc.  
Mortgage & Loans: Auto, Home Equity, Mortgage, Personal Loan, etc.
Banking: Checking, Savings, Money Market, Certificates of Deposit, Rewards or Loyalty Programs, etc.

Credit Cards: General Use Credit Cards & Charge Cards, Retail/Department Store Cards, Affinity/Rewards Cards such as Airline, Hotel, Alumni, Club/Association Cards, etc.

Telecommunication: Wireless (network providers such as Verizon, AT&T or manufacturers such as Samsung or Motorola), Wire-Line (Landline/Home Phone), TV/Cable, Satellite, Internet, IP/Internet Phone.
Travel & Leisure: Hotels, Cruise Lines, Airlines, Car Rental Services

On a regular base SBKC has special email/mail category which will give you bonus points.

To help you to start here is a list which companies for which I got confirmed that they gave me points. And Since I started in the end of November This week I received my second 20 dollar Visa card. And the first month I didn't send in a lot because i first wanted to try it.

This is my list with confirmed companies.
Air Canada/Air Canada Vacations
Air France
Viking River Cruises
KlM Airlines
Alaska Airlines
Sears Canada
Home Depot
Hudson's Bay
Home Outfitters
Canadian Tire
Shoppers Drugmart
Old Navy
Banana Republic
TD Bank
Home Hardware
Toys r us
The Brick
The Source
 if you know more companies that are excepted please comment on this post and I will add them.

Not to be send are emails from pages like Buytopia, Ncrowd, groupon and more All the emails have to be send direct from a company and must not be compilation emails.
UPDATE February 26th 2015
I asked if people from the USA could join and this is the answer:

 Thank you for asking!

Our program is open to residents of the 50 US States and Canada! Just be aware that the "rules" for retail material are different for our US panelists than they are for our Canadians. :) Other than that, the program is the same!

How You’ll Be Compensated

By becoming a Consumer Panelist, you’ll earn participation points that can be redeemed for gift cards from over 200 popular retailers. 

To earn points, simply do the following:
Direct Mail: Place your qualifying direct mail in the postage-paid envelopes we provide and return them to us about once a week.
Email: Forward us your qualifying emails. 
Bonuses: Earn bonuses for referring friends and participating in periodic bonus opportunities featured in our monthly Consumer Panelist newsletter.
Frequent participants can earn as much as $20 in points every 6 to 10 weeks! Business owners and those who are self-employed can earn rewards even faster.
To start earning points for valuable gift cards, we ask that you complete a brief form with some basic information about yourself to complete your confidential Panelist Profile. Rest assured that all personal information is kept 100% confidential and you will never be solicited as a result of your participation. There is no commitment and you may opt out at any time.

Read their february email for more info

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