Get Paid $200 To Read A Book!

Do you want to read and also get paid for it? Now you can and there is no limit on how much you can get paid. Keep reading to find out how to apply!

Get Paid to Read

WordsRated is paying people $200 to read books they tell you to. There is a catch however. You need to answer some questions. The website studies and analylzes book content and wants your help. And you will receive $200 for every novel you finish.

You will be given instructions to make notes and keep track of certain things such as characters by gender, number of sentences a male or female character has, locations, questions aksed and many more things. It sounds tedious and feels like homework but for $200 dollars, that is a great deal.

WordsRated said that they are use this data to create studies and statistics about books.

We give you books. You read them. We give you cold, hard cash.

We’re looking for people capable of devouring hundreds of pages with ease while paying attention to detail. Your job is to read the book and take notes on specific details.

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They also said that they pay you for every book you finish and that there is no limit so you can read one book per day or one book per month.

Still, there has to be a catch here somewhere. You might be the thinking that the books aren’t that good. And you wouild be wrong. There are popular books like The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid and Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens.

To make it even better, the readers will be provided source materials so they don’t havr to pay anything.

Is this something that you are interested in? Most people would love to get paid to read and now you can!

Update: The offer is from WordsRated and not by Books of Brilliance so you need to visit their website to apply.

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6 thoughts on “Get Paid $200 To Read A Book!

  1. Jessica says:

    This “opportunity” should be a hard pass for anyone with any common sense.
    The “company” and site are fairly new and doesn’t pass the safety checks on scam detection sites. There is a high probability for this to be a scam, probably collecting user data. If something sounds too good to be true, it probably isn’t.

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  2. Ramona Colon-Yantorno says:

    I am interested in reading top novels and get paid $200 for each.

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