Saturday, July 07, 2012


What is Jingit?

Jingit is a company that pays members to watch online advertisements. When registering, you should know that they require your mobile number to 'verify that you are a real person.' Also, the only way to register or login is through your Facebook account. For some people, these features can be a real turn-off, but if this doesn't bother you, this could be a good opportunity. Once you enter your mobile number, they will send you a text with a verification code that must be entered on the screen. After you enter the verification code, you are all set to start earning money. At the bottom of your screen, a few advertisements are available to watch. Similar to (see my post here) only a few videos per day are available to watch.

How Do I Make Money?
The way you make money with Jingit is by watching online ads, and then answering a few survey questions about the video. After successfully completing the survey, your account is instantly credited. You can choose to spend your money at or by loading your funds on a Jingit Visa debit card.  
***Now, please read this part carefully, as this can be a deal-breaker for a lot of people***
According to Jingit's website, "Before you can apply for the [Jingit Visa debit card] you must first accumulate a $2 Jingit balance. That $2 is applied to the $2 fee to get the card. There are other fees if you want additional features such as requesting a paper transaction statement mailed to you. But this can be avoided by viewing your transactions online at U.S. Bank’s web site. Here are the other fees:
Inactivity fees - $2
Any amount added to the card from Jingit counts as activity, so to avoid these fees our users can move as little as 1 cent every few months (90 days seems to be the inactivity threshold).
Closure account fee - $10
If you choose to close your account and request a check for your remaining balance, a fee of $10 will be assessed to cover the cost of printing and mailing the check. To avoid the cost, simply spend your remaining balance before closing your account.
For many people, Jingit only makes sense if you are interested in earning money to download music, since there are no fees attached to this method. The drama associated with keeping both your Jingit account and debit card active in order to avoid the fees can make doing business with the site just that - drama.
Also, Jingit does impose a weekly earn limit (the limit resets every Sunday), which starts out at $10.00 per week when you first register. However, this can be increased to $15.00 per week when you refer friends - for every friend that joins Jingit, your earning limit increases $0.25 up to the $15.00 per week limit. 

Earning Potential

The average online advertisement pays between $0.06 and $0.12 and typically runs for a minute or less.

Join Jingit today!

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