These days, it seems you can make money out of doing almost anything. Staying online and performing stuff you would normally do for free - watching videos, answering surveys, searching for content, and playing games - have now become money-making activities that people with free time (and in need of pocket money) are signing up for.
Offer Nation is just one in hundreds, maybe thousands, of online rewards sites looking for people to sign up for their platform and start making money on the side. If you want to give it a try, read on to see if it’s a good fit for you, while I investigate what really makes it a legit GPT site.
First things first - what is it?
Offer Nation is the sister site of two other GPT websites that have become popular among users: SuperPay Me and Rewarding Ways . Basically, you sign up, do tasks, answer surveys, complete paid offers, etc., then you get paid for each accomplished task (sometimes within minutes!).
Their UK-based makers pretty much retained the template for all three online reward sites, including the straightforward website information and strict terms and conditions (they call those with fraudulent accounts “cheaters” and don’t hesitate terminating accounts and banning members for life). Membership is open worldwide, though some countries might not have as many paid surveys and offers on the menu as others’, given their geographic and demographic circumstances.
How long has it been around?
The site has been around for at least a couple of years (there’s no About Us page to verify but the cashout table indicates payments to members for about five years now). As of this writing, there are currently 106,045 Offer Nation members.
Does it pay well?
There’s a site stats box in their home page indicating $240,980.95 paid out to members so far. The latest cashouts are shown on a Payment Proof page so you can get an idea of how much members are earning by the day. Scrolling down the table of current date, members’ names, payment type, and cash value, I see that one of the highest cashouts of the day was done via Skrill for around $33.
As with their sister GPT sites, Offer Nation has an unbelievably low minimum cashout of $1, meaning you won’t need to wait to save up until you get at least $30 to withdraw (which is a vexing practice among other online rewards programs). You can opt to get paid via PayPal, Skrill, PerfectMoney, Payza, or with Amazon gift cards.
The members testimonies can tell you if the kind of money they are earning are worth your while. So far, I see lots of positive reviews in that regard.
Is registration free?
Registration is totally free, and will even give you bonus points upon signup. There are no maintenance fees, and only standard payment process fees apply with the different payment solutions they offer.
How do I start earning extra income from Offer Nation?
As mentioned, you will automatically get 25 cents in your account just by signing up to Offer Nation. In the members’ page, you can see menu tabs offering you to the options to watch videos, accomplish surveys, complete paid offers, and other daily tasks that are very doable.
You can pick out which tasks you want to take on, though members seem to like answering paid surveys because they look to have the highest payout among the tasks. There’s also an Offerwall, which lists many videos, surveys, and apps you can accomplish.
Being a member also qualifies you right away for the site’s regular contest. Members compete for a quarterly cash prize if they become top Offer Nation earners, so there’s a bit of hustling involved if you want that extra earning in your account!
What’s the best option of earning as an Offer Nation member?
I would recommend taking advantage of the site’s generous referral program - probably one of the best I’ve seen by far among the current batch of GPT sites. For every successful referral signup and task accomplishment, you are credited 25% of their earnings as long as they remain active members. Upon signing up, you get a unique URL link, which you can then use on your personal blog or social media platform as an affiliate.
Offer Nation has a members testimonials page filled to the rafters with 4 to 5-star reviews. The reviews typically mention ease of use and getting paid within minutes of requesting a payout. Aside from that, the site confidently lets members and non-members alike see how much people are making from their platform via their Payment Proof page.
The available tasks run along the same lines as that of other GPT sites’, but the major difference between those and Offer Nation is their low payout threshold, plus the high referral system. My bottom line is, this is a legit GPT site, and one that seems to take the entire need-money-ASAP job-seeking populace seriously.
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After sharing my personal take on Offer Nation, I would like to know your opinions about it. Please share your feedback, proofs of payment, and even screencaps of negative experiences!
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