I often get asked about some of these sites that pay you to perform different tasks.
They are legitimate, it just depends on if you think they are worth the pay or not. There are all different levels of work-from-home jobs. Some people are looking for a professional full time job from home while others are just looking to make a little extra money in their free time. These companies are legitimate and the tasks are usually pretty easy but it is really up to you to decide if it it fits in to what you are looking for and if it is worth your time.
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Tuesday 21st of June 2011
I looked into Microworkers and did a few jobs. I have to say, I do not believe they are totally above board. Some of the jobs include writing book reviews for books you have not read. They also have jobs that require you to provide your ip address to them. The provide a way to find your ip address. Just thought I would share that with you.