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  1. This sounds interesting for the kids and will prepare them for bigger business consciousness. But, does this apply to children in Africa, or the developed world, where the only reliable address is their parent’s office address because the house address is not reliable?

    • They could always try it and find out. The only thing they have to lose is the time it took to complete the surveys.

  2. This is an interesting list! Will they send the payments directly to the kids? In that case, how do they verify that the accounts do belong to kids?

  3. Hi,
    I’m 12 years old and I’m trying to save up at least $500 for a dog. But none of these things really helped me because I live in Australia and in a small town where the people are mean and don’t care. The websites are for American kids and the things don’t work for me because no one wants a baby sitter here. Someone please help me and give me advice.

    • First, do keep in mind this website is in the US. However, there are lots things you could do to make money. There are some other posts on our site with ideas that might help. They include ways to make money recycling paper or selling pop can tabs. There are several on how to make money as a teen or a kid.

      Of course, living in Australia, not all of these will work for you. However, it’s possible some of the options could give you other ideas for ways to make money where you live. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box a bit. You never know, you could invent a whole new business idea! Good luck and don’t give up!

  4. I don’t know what to do. I’m trying to save at least £150 pounds for some new clothes, although my dad wont let me because apparently, its not safe.

    • There are also other posts on our site about ways kids and teens can make money. Maybe some of those would be better options or meet their approval. Check them out and good luck!

  5. Hi,
    I’m Arie I’m only 12 and where I live it is very quiet. Nobody’s ever outside. I live in new apartments, so nobody’s even around. I want to know how to make money to help my family. If you have any advice, I’d be delighted to hear it.

    • You could start by using the ideas in this post. We also have other posts on our site about ways kids and teens can make money. If your apartment has a central location for mail with a bulletin board, perhaps you could post something there about babysitting, cleaning, doing odd jobs, etc., with the permission of your parents, of course. I wish you luck!

  6. I’m trying to get money because my mom needs it for house bills and I what to be a billionaire.

    • Starting young you might be able to reach your goals. I wish you luck!

  7. How do I know I have money?

    • Each of the sites should have a running balance for you each time you login.

  8. Hi. I’m trying to buy an iPhone. But, I really can’t. I’m so sad. My parents can’t afford one for me, but I’m trying my best. I just need someone to please help me before I go crazy. I hope this helps. 😢

  9. So when it says, “You received money,” does it go to your credit card and to get it you have to go to a nearby bank to get the money from it? I’m confused. I just need money for an iPhone. Someone please help. I just need help right now. I don’t want to give up.

    • While I’m sorry your parents can’t afford to get you the phone you want, I do think it’s great that you are willing to work to get it for yourself. Maybe if you are confused about how the surveys work, you should talk to your parents and read through the terms and conditions as well as the FAQ’s and policies of the sites you’re interest in. Also, we do have other posts on this site with ideas about ways kids and teens can make money. Check them out to see if there are more ways you can earn the money you need. 🙂

  10. Hi, I have a 5 yrs old grandson and he loves to do surveys after seeing me doing them. We are in Malaysia. Do you have any surveys sites for him to try?

    • Check out some of the options in this article for places he could do some surveys.

  11. My daughter would like to do surveys

    • Show her this list to help her get started!

  12. I am 11 and I can’t do the ones I want. What should I do?

    • Maybe see if there’s a friend or a family member who can help you with thing you’re not able to do!

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