Get Paid For Your Junk Mail!


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Are you annoyed by all the junk mail that you get? Well, why not put it to work for you and get paid for sending it to the SBKC?

I’m absolutely loving this new-to-me program that actually pays you for your junk mail. I had signed up for it a few months ago, but felt that it was a little too good to be true, so didn’t really bother with it. Then part way through June, I figured I’d try it for the month and see how it delivers – and boy am I glad that I did!

In June, I earned $20 and in July $40!

When you sign up, the SBKC will send you a welcome package with some pre-paid, self-addressed envelopes. All you have to do is pop your snail mail junk mail into the envelopes and drop them off in a mail box every couple of weeks. Not only do you get paid for your snail mail, but also for your junk email (I get a lot of this) when you forward it. Once your account reaches 2000 points (worth $20), you will receive a prepaid Visa gift card in the mail the next month.

There are also opportunities to make extra points. Each month in the monthly newsletter, SBKC lists bonus point opportunities for mail from certain companies or on certain topics. You can also earn bonus points for each person you refer!

This is a great program and turning out to be a good extra cash earner. It’s pretty easy to do and the rewards come quickly in the form of prepaid Visa gift cards. My only complaint is that they don’t provide a tracker, so there’s no way to tell which of piece of junk is being processed and how much it is worth. Nevertheless, it is a program that delivers!

Join this awesome program here and start earning today! (Please help your favourite blogger out by putting Elena Fernandez as your referrer)!

5 thoughts on “Get Paid For Your Junk Mail!

  1. Hi there,
    Each month they send out a list of specific companies or types of mail that they will give bonus points for. Unfortunately, I have yet to see a list of all of the companies they are looking for.
    Here is a list of material that they do NOT want:
    Retail not from a physical store with its own credit card
    Magazines or magazine subscription notices
    Grocery Circulars
    Bradford Exchange/Danbury Mint/Franklin Mint/etc.
    Brochures from Travel/Tourism Bureaus
    Red Plum/ValPak
    Real Estate Materials
    Non-Profit Organizations/Charities
    Religious Groups
    Political Campaigns
    Restaurant menus/coupons
    Tax documents
    Annual reports and prospectuses
    Pay Stubs
    Live checks
    Live credit or debit cards
    Printed emails/PDFs
    Explicit content
    Law firms/legal aid
    Damaged/stained/written on/wet mail
    Direct mail more than two years old
    Emails more than a month old
    Third party materials
    Hope this helps 🙂

  2. I made a bunch of charitable donations last year and even though I’ve tried, I can’t get off these peoples mailing lists. I wonder if this would help.
    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

  3. Unfortunately, they are not interested in:
    Non-Profit Organizations/Charities
    Religious Groups
    Political Campaigns
    They are more interested in retail, insurance and financial advertising!

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