The Pay Your Selfie App Pays You To Take Selfies

Introduction

The selfie has become a popular phenomenon across the world. Instead of taking pictures just for fun, why not enjoy the experience and get paid for it? The Pay Your Selfie App will pay you to take pictures of yourself at no cost to you.

What Is Pay Your Selfie?

Pay Your Selfie is a free mobile app that’s available for both Android and iOS devices. It pays you to take selfies – pictures of you alone, or of you and your friends and family together.

Once you install the app, there are a list of available selfie offers that you can complete. For example, you can take a selfie of yourself while using your class notes to prepare for an exam, or take a selfie of you with your favorite bottle of wine.

Before you take each picture, be sure to read the requirements carefully. If you aren’t in the right environment when taking the picture, there is a chance that your selfie will get rejected and you’ll have to take another one. Furthermore, it doesn’t matter how many people are in the picture, but you must have yourself included in the photo in order to get paid.

Each time you submit a selfie, Pay Your Selfie may either post your photo on a social media page or provide it to a brand. None of your personal information such as your contact information or email will be shared.

How Much Can I Earn?

When you sign-up you can immediately earn $1 for free just by taking a picture of yourself. All other tasks on average pay anywhere from $.20 – $.50 cents per selfie. When I first signed-up, I had roughly 10 selfie tasks available for me to complete. Be sure to check back often for updates so you can keep earning.

You need a minimum of $20 in your account before you can cash out. The first cash out will require you to have a check sent to your door. You can also earn some extra cash by referring a friend. You get a $.50 cent bonus each time your friend registers and takes their first selfie.

How Do I Get Started With Pay Your Selfie?

Getting started with the Pay Your Selfie App is incredibly simple and can be done in just 5 easy steps. We’re here to walk you through the process detail by detail.

1. Register. You can download the Pay Your Selfie App for either your iOS or Android device by clicking this link here. You need either an email address or Facebook account to register. Signing-up is 100% free.

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2. Tap the pig. Once you have the app installed and you’re signed-in, click on the pig in the upper-right-hand corner of the screen. You’ll see a list of tasks available to complete. Read the instructions carefully in order to find out how much you can get paid and what you need to do in order to get credited or else your selfie may get rejected.

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3. Cash out. Once your account reaches a minimum of $20, you can request to cash out by having a check be sent to your door. Make sure that your selfies are of high quality (don’t forget to smile!) to ensure that they get accepted more easily.

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4. Refer friends. For each friend that you refer that takes their first selfie, you both receive a bonus of $.50 cents. If you’d like to support FFL, you can use our link to register. We’d greatly appreciate it!

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Final Thoughts

If you love taking selfies, you might as well get paid to do so. Easily earn an extra couple of dollars a week just by taking pictures of yourself in different places. If you’d like to share your experience with the Pay Your Selfie App, let us know in the comments below – we’d love to hear about it! Thanks for reading and happy frugaling.

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  1. Christian Jul 11, 2016

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