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Make A Few Extra $ With Virtual Bee

As a stay at home mom and full time student, I'm always looking into sites that might help me make a few dollars. Writing sites like PostAnyArticle and PersonaPaper are my most recent experiment with earning money online. However, I did find one a few months back that would work well for people who type fast and accurately. I haven't used the site in a while, not because I don't like it or find it trustworthy, but because I have a seven month old and he makes it impossible to sit down for any length of time to type.

Anyway, Virtual Bee is an online data entry site that you need to test into. They access your speed and accuracy and when they have an opening they send you an email with a link to log in. I received my email within a few days. You won't get rich, or even make a living working on their site, but it does appear to be legit. The payout threshold is $30.00 and as long as there is work (weekday mornings seems to be when it's available most), it's really not that hard to earn. I've had $8.40 sitting in my account for a while now because I haven't done anything with it. I plan to start adding to that again if at all possible. However, if I opted to close out my account before hitting that $30.00 threshold, once the account was closed, any money in my account would still be paid out to me. So really, there is no loss involved if it doesn't work out.

In short, (as if this isn't short enough) if you have some typing skills and are looking for a legit site to earn some money, check out VirtualBee.com. It's worth a shot, right?


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Comments

MegL wrote on December 10, 2014, 6:38 PM

It's always useful to find sites that pay. There have been a number of reviews recently, maybe someone will add them all together.

scheng1 wrote on December 10, 2014, 9:56 PM

Perhaps you can work towards the first payout since you are already a quarter way.

LeaPea2417 wrote on December 21, 2015, 4:08 PM

I have not heard of Virtual Bee. I just may look it up and check it out. Thanks for the information.