An Easy Way to Make $15 if You Own a Smartphone…

$15 Visa Gift Card
Honest Abe

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Hi everyone –

A few months ago I posted an article about to get a FREE $15 Visa card just for signing up with a cell phone research panel called MobileXpressions. Many of you took advantage, but unfortunately, at the time, the offer wasn’t available to iPhone users.

Well, I just received word that they have finally opened their program up to iPhones, along with a bunch of other new devices.

This is pretty easy and a $15 Visa gift card always makes a nice stocking stuffer. 😉

Here’s a reminder on how to claim a free $15 Visa gift card…

Note: This one can only be downloaded on Android 5.0 or below

1. Sign up at MobileXpressions here – You’ll need to share a little bit of information about your demographic, similarly to signing up as a Nielsen household. You’ll also need to tell them what kind of cell phone you have.

2. Download their software – It seems to be pretty easy and it runs in the background of your phone just like any other cell phone app. The site says it will have no affect on your mobile phone performance.

3. Send your data – This step doesn’t really require any work from you as the software automatically send the relevant data to MobileXpression. They don’t monitor your phone calls or personal information but they do check out the web pages you view, the links you access, and the usage times for certain device activities (e.g., text messaging, call lengths, and web browsing).

4. Collect your rewards – MobileXpressions will send you a $15 virtual Visa gift card just for signing up and downloading the software. They also reward members with weekly contests and will have a drawing for $100,000 jackpot at the end of the year.

Good Luck Penny Hoarders!

Honest Abe

Disclosure:

Some of the links in this post are from our sponsors. We’re letting you know because it’s what Honest Abe would do. After all, he is on our favorite coin.