What are some fast ways to make money?

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  1. LoriSoard profile image72
    LoriSoardposted 6 years ago

    What are some fast ways to make money?

    In the past when I've had clients fail to pay in a timely manner, I've done things like list items on eBay, have a garage sale, write for sites that pay quickly, etc. What are some fast (but legal! LOL) ways you make money?

  2. EuroCafeAuLait profile image83
    EuroCafeAuLaitposted 6 years ago

    *Join a temp services firm that pays the same work week - for example, work M-F, get paid that Friday.  They do exist.
    * Bake cookies, sell them in small plastic bags in a public place that gets a lot of traffic, weighing each bag to make sure they are uniform.  Homemade cookies, if they are good, sell quickly and you have cash fast! 
    *Sell items on E-Bay, have never tried it but it works well for many. 
    *Offer to babysit a youngster.  Many career moms pay well to have a good caretaker - they need to get out a bit too and it's a treat for them to escape a little.
    * Offer to bake (wedding cake, birthday cake, etc) for friends and be sure to charge enough to cover your expenses plus labor.  Ask for a deposit up front - that is commonly done and fair business procedures.
    * teach a foreign language or tutor a student in a field you are fluent in.
    * start a dog-walking service.  Charge a daily rate and ask for a week's payment up front.
    * O desk is another option, but you have at least a ten day wait after your work week ends, so that isn't too fast...
    * Wash cars for the neighborhood - don't charge less than a fair hourly rate plus expenses.  Most people don't have time.  Offer to clean the inside and detail (a half day job) for a better price.
    * Clean houses for a client or two a month.  The little extra spending money can help pay off debt or buy groceries, it's tax free, and you're getting some exercise!

    Good luck smile

  3. Hypersapien profile image49
    Hypersapienposted 6 years ago

    I've been making money pretty steadily on WebAnswers.  (I have a hub comparing my WebAnswers earnings to hose from HubPages.)  I also make a pretty penny selling covered calls (see my hub on trading stock options); that one is by far the most lucrative way to make money that I've ever encountered, but you have to put some time into learning about how options work.  There are a couple of bookstores near me that always have a bunch of books in the bargain bin for about 25 cents each; I'll buy a stack of them and then sell them right down the street at Half-Priced Books and usually double my money at the very least, but I'm usually not trying to make more than $10-$20 bucks at a time.  (I don't want to arouse any suspicions.)

  4. teaches12345 profile image93
    teaches12345posted 6 years ago

    This is a good question. It is tough when clients fail to pay for services. My suggestion is to find a part-time job that would supplement your income. If you have some valuables you can part with, ebay is another option.  Some people will pay you to see their items for them on ebay as well.  Hope you find something that works for you.

  5. cheaptoys profile image57
    cheaptoysposted 6 years ago

    you forgot to add hubpages smile it is not fast but once set up it keeps rolling in

  6. copymaster profile image60
    copymasterposted 6 years ago

    Three super easy and fast ways. Empower Network pays 100% commission directly to your bank account. If you are already on Hubpages and writing regularly then you will love this because it is an authority blog site that pays a residual commission and is quickly becoming an authority site. It is also an awesome community of bloggers helping bloggers. If you would like more info message me.

    Then I recently found Just Been Paid. You sign up for free and they will start you off with 10.00. That money will accrue 2% interest every day for doing nothing. It may seem super confusing at first but when you log in everyday and see that you made money you will spend the time to figure it out. Message me if you want more info.

    Then I also became involved with a company that sells an FDIC product that allows payments directly to a mobile banking product. You get paid immediately and the marketing program is super easy. you can listen to a presentation by calling this number 678-926-7094. If you want more info just leave your name and number at the end of the call.


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