What is Jingit?

The latest “extra money” thing getting a lot of buzz is Jingit. You can use Jingit and earn money for doing simple things like watching ads/short commercials, checking in with your smartphone when you go to Wal-Mart, and also for answering surveys. The absolute most you can make per month for using Jingit is about $40.

How do you sign up?

To use Jingit, you have to have a Facebook account because it is currently available only in Facebook app form. You also need to let them send a short text message to your cell phone for identity verification.

Getting paid?

Jingit pays you with a special Jingit prepaid Visa debit card. Once you have made money on Jingit, you can transfer this money to your prepaid card instantly and use the funds whenever you choose. You do not have to undergo a credit check to get this card, though a background check is necessary. If you don’t want the card, you have the option of getting free music downloads from a website in lieu of cash.

How long does it take to get the card after you apply?

Not too long. Most people claim to have it in their hands in two weeks or less after asking for it.

How can you be sure Jingit is legit?

If it makes you feel any better, Jingit has been backed by many major brands including Kraft, Wal-Mart, and Elmer’s. The odds that these big companies would partner with anything that was scammy is highly unlikely. And so far the majority of the feedback on Jingit has been quite positive.

How much money can you earn per week on Jingit?

As stated above, you can earn up to $10 a week, or $40 a month, on Jingit. The exact amount depends on how many referrals you have. If you have no referrals, your earnings are capped off at $5 per week. If you share the Jingit app with your friends on Facebook and any of these friends sign up using your link, the amount you’re allowed to earn per week by Jingit will slowly start to increase.

So, how do you get started on Jingit?

Just go here to get started. Good luck!

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