Wouldn’t it be nice if you could actually get paid for driving your car?
Well, you can!
No, we’re not talking about making money driving for Uber or becoming a Taxi driver.
And no, this isn’t about getting paid to deliver groceries either!
You don’t have to do any of that.
In fact, you don’t have to change anything about what you normally do or how and where you drive to and from.
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Let me explain…
Have you ever seen those cars and trucks with Monster or Red Bull energy drink logos all over ’em?
That’s your vehicle (pun intended) to making money while driving your car!
Car Wrapping (as it is known in the advertising world) is one of the most unusual and interesting ways you can make money with your car.
Here’s all you need to know to get started, including a list of car wrapping companies that will pay you to put ads on your car…
What will I learn?
Wrap advertising or a vehicle wrap actually started way back in the 1920s with putting vinyl decals on taxis.
But Pepsi Co was the very first company that used car wrapping in a commercial setting. It allowed them to essentially create a moving billboard and advertise their product to millions of people 24/7.
So why would companies pay people for simply driving around with a product logo on their cars?
Because it allows them to advertise their product 24/7 to hundreds of thousands of people in a way that is simply hard to ignore.
How Car Wrapping Works
Usually, companies go through car wrapping companies to find willing drivers.
It would be hard and time consuming for individual companies to go out and find drivers and convince them to put their ads on their car.
That’s where advertising companies that specialize in car wrapping come into play.
As a driver, you sign up with these ad agencies.
You are usually required to give some detail about your car and commute.
- The kind of car you drive.
- Your daily commute route.
- How many hours a day you actually drive.
These are necessary information that advertisers have to consider in order to find a driver that can actually get those ads in front of as many eyeballs as possible.
Once you are accepted, you will be entered into their database. Then, when there is an ad that matches your profile, you will be contacted.
They’ll tell you how much it pays, what you need to do and so on.
Usually, you don’t have to change anything as far as your daily commute and driving habits go. The only thing changing is your vehicle since they have to actually put the ad on it.
To get the ad on the car, a technique called “auto wrap” is used.
The material is typically vinyl decal and it is effective in creating the impression that some sort of paintwork is directly applied to the car.
Depending on the ad, the vinyl may cover part of all of your car.
How Much Can You Make?
There are various factors that determine exactly how much you get paid for each assignment.
- The kind of car you drive.
- Your daily commute.
- The route your commute takes place on.
- Whether the ad covers the whole car or just a small part.
That said, generally, you can expect to earn between $200 to $1000 a month for each car wrap.
The average stays around $400!
And that’s not bad really. Especially considering the fact that you don’t have to change anything or do anything unusual (besides the giant ad on your car, lol.)
Once they put the ad on your car, that’s it.
All you do is drive as you would normally.
Now, there are cases where you don’t have to use your own car.
Sometimes, companies will actually give you an already wrapped car for free.
It is known as the “Free Car” promotion.
Basically, the company will purchase a car, warp it with their own ad, give it you for free under certain conditions (such as you must drive X number of hours a day.)
Unfortunately, “Free Car” advertising is becoming obsolete as companies have realized using people’s own cars and paying them a few hundred dollars a month is a much more economical way of advertising.
Requirements for getting paid to drive a wrapped car
As I mentioned earlier, companies look for specific kind of cars and people with commutes on busy routes.
So your geographical location plays a huge part in whether or not you can get one of those fun side hustles.
For example, if Apple were to pay a driver to drive a wrapped with an ad for a new iPhone, they’d probably want someone who commutes near a college since college students are a big segment of Apple product users.
There are also a few other criteria that usually companies look for.
- Obviously, you have to be 18 years or older.
- You must have a clean driving record.
- You must have a car insurance.
- You have to agree to keep the ad on your car for the entire duration of the contract.
- There may be a minimum millage you have to drive each week/month.
- You have to either have a GPS or agree to install one provided by the company so they can keep track of your commutes.
These are some of the usual requirements.
Depending on the company, there may also be other requirements as well.
You will always be notified of any and all requirements before you are given the assignment.
Get Paid to Drive scams
Unfortunately, like any other industry, this one is also full of scammers who can’t wait to scam you out of your time and hard-earned money.
One of the most often used scams is the Western Union Check scam which is also used (in the exact same way) in mystery shopping industry scamming people who are inserted in finding legitimate mystery shopping jobs.
Here’s how it works:
You may see an ad or be contacted by someone, claiming to be a legitimate car wrapping company, claiming you’ll make a couple of hundred bucks (let’s say $500) by agreeing to shrink wrap your car with an ad.
They then send you a check which is for more than the original offer (let’s say $800.)
They then ask you to deposit the check, keep $500 for yourself and wire that extra $300 to a company that will wrap your car.
A few days or so after you wire the money, the check bounces.
Unfortunately, the $300 you wired, came out of your own balance and not the bounced check.
You’re our $300, just like that!
The scammers try to fool people by using famous products in the name of their supposed “ad campaign.”
They do this using especially brands you may have already seen their logos on wrapped cars – you know, Red Bull, Monster, Rockstar energy drink…
There is one known as the “Red Bull Job Offer” where scammers send you a $1500 check. They then ask you to deposit and wire $500 to a “decal wrapping company” so they can come to your house and wrap your car with Red Bull decals.
But you know how the story ends.
Some of the current scam ” ad campaigns” include:
- Get Paid to Drive Concept by Miller Lite Beer
- Paid To Drive Concept By Tropicana Orange Juice
So, how do you protect yourself?
There is an easy way to protect yourself from any scam that has to do with depositing checks and wiring cash.
I’ll let The Federal Trade Commission explain:
“If you get a message urging you to deposit a check and wire money back, it’s a scam. Every time. No matter the story. And if this were a legitimate car wrap opportunity, wouldn’t the company directly pay the car-wrapping vendor, instead of asking you to do it?”
Car Wrap scam protection resources:
For more details on this scam and how to avoid becoming a victim, please take a moment to read these resources:
- Beware of “Get Paid to Drive Concept by Miller Lite Beer” Auto Car Wrapping Advertising Scam: by OnlineThreatAlerts.com
- How to spot a car wrap scam: by Consumer.ftc.gov (A site maintained by The Federal Trade Commission.)
- The “Car-Wrap” payment scam: an old form of fraud that refuses to die: by ConsumerAffairs.com
Hopefully, these tips and resources will help you avoid these scams.
But if for an unfortunate reason you did fall victim, be sure to file a complaint and report the scammers to the FTC Complaint Assistant department.
Legit Companies that Pay You to Drive Your Car
Let’s get to the part you’ve been waiting for…
Legitimate auto-wrapping companies that actually pay you to drive your car around.
Here are some of the most trusted companies in the industry:
What I like about Wrapify is their honesty. They don’t claim everyone can make X amount every month. They say you can make up top $500 a month with them, but very few people will. Nonetheless, you can easily make an extra few hundred with them, especially since they are becoming more popular with advertisers and have many clients that are ready and willing to pay to put their ads on your car.
- Where to apply: https://drive.wrapify.com/
This is one of the most well-known car wrapping companies.
- Where to apply: https://carvertise.com/drivers/
Most of their advertisement opportunities are for rear window advertisements. They’ll send you the ad along with instruction on how to apply it.
- Where to apply: http://freecarmedia.com/new-application
CarWraps is a Canadian based company. They don’t really advertise their opportunities, but you can find out about available opportunities by contacting them.
- Where to apply: http://carwraps.ca/#contact
This is another Canadian based company.
- Where to apply: http://www.adstogo.ca
This one is different than the Canadian based AdsToGo. This one operates in the U.S.
- Where to apply: http://www.ads2go.net/
With this company, you can get free gas by placing small ads on your car.
- Where to apply: http://www.freegashelp.com
This one operates out of my hometown, St Louis, MO. So if you live nearby, give them a try.
- Where to apply: http://www.apply.paymefordriving.com
How to find more paid to drive opportunities?
The easiest way to find more companies that will pay you for driving a wrapped car is to contact major car wrapping companies in your local area.
Since they are in the industry, they may know interested advertisers. Some may even be actively looking for willing drivers.
You can also keep an eye on Craigslist and local newspapers. But please be cautious. Scammers can also out ads on Craigslist and local newspapers!
The Bottom Line
This is an easy way to make some extra cash.
Obviously, you can’t expect to get rich doing it, but just like the “get paid to rent your car” idea we covered before, you can make an extra $300 to $1000 a month.
What do you think?
Do you have a wrapped car, or know anyone who has?
Would you put ads on your car driving it around in exchange for money?…
I would like to car wrap my car
So do many other people Deborah. It’s a great way to make your car payment. All you have to do is get in touch with some of the companies listed here to find out if they have any car wrapping deals in your local area. Good luck.
One company said that they have 1000\’s cars available for wrapping. Is that true? I\’ve tried contacting all the advertising names you have listed. Only one really took in my information to possible wrap my car. One wanted me to pay to be put higher on their list and another asked for my social security number. So I didn\’t joint either of them.
Lynn, I don’t know which company told you they have 1000s of cars. Either way it’s not too far fetched. It is an easy way to make money so a lot of people sign up.
Which one asked for you to pay them to put you higher up on the list? That’s not right. Please let me know the name so I can take them off the list.
Also, don’t give out your SSN over the phone. If you go in to their office and they look legit, that’s fine since they may have to report the earning and send you 1099. But never give out your SSN over the phone to someone you don’t know.
I have a 2014 ford cmax its a hybrid i drive all over myrtle beach south carolinia and all the way to charleston alot . my car is on the move more hours than parked.lol i would be very interested in doing this program.
I just got one today from monster energy 2,850.00 check I’m supposed to keep 800.00 and 50.00 for gas then purchase a vanilla Visa gift card from Walmart or CVS for 2,000 well its going in the trash relationship manager is David Milligan check if from rotary bank of Norwalk signed by someone else and the return Name is Hailey Clark
I’m so glad you put it in the trash! I can guarantee this was a scam, and not a legit offer from Monster Energy!
How do you get companies to let used there company logos an get paid
I am sorry, Valerie, I don’t quite understand your question. Would you mind explaining what you mean?…
She means “How do you get companies to let you use their logos and to get paid for it”.
Thanks for clarifying, Carlos.
You don’t directly work with the advertisers (companies). You sign up with one of the Car Wrapping companies and they will pay you to have your car wrapped with ads from their advertisers. That’s how you get paid.
MGySgt Wayne Baxter
Just got my check from someone who wants to wrap my car.
The check was from Elio Brothers Landscape, LLC out of Florida but mailed from GILEAD Sciences Inc in California.
I think this is BS because they don’t know squat about me or the type and year of my vehicle. So, what should be my next step other than shredding it?
Hi Sarge, I’m so glad you noticed the red flags and shredded that check! That is 100% a scam. I don’t think you need to take any other steps other than shredding that check. The scammers can’t get your money if you don’t deposit the check. No reputable car wrap company will randomly send out checks to people.
Also try VehicleCommercial.com , they have some genuine ‘get paid to drive’ programs’ that can pay upto $600 a month.
Thanks for the suggestion. Are you part of the company or are you a driver who has used their car wrapping service for extra cash?
Which companies can I apply too.
Jaunita, you can apply for any of the companies mentioned here. Just go to their website and you will be able to apply. Good luck.
Can the wrap be removed at some point if I don’t want to do it anymore?
Of course! I think they use vinyl with some kind of adhesive on it. But yes, the wrap can be removed.
Are you considering getting your car wrapped, Caroline?
I just signed up at “Free Car Media,” and it was a scam…after I gave them my info., it just re-directed me to a site called “Earning Station,” which had absolutely NOTHING to do with ad wrapping your vehicle. Beware, I think most of these are SCAMS, just to get your personal info.!!! You should probably update your list, too, and review these sites.
Actually, Free Car Media is a trusted company. They themselves always warn people about some of the free car scam sites. They were even featured on NBC News site (towards the bottom of the post).
As for redirecting to another site, I haven’t seen or heard of that happening. It could be that you didn’t qualify to participate in their programs (they have a few location in the U.S. that they accept drivers from), so their system automatically redirected you to that site which is actually a legitimate survey and rewards site.
Many of these companies listed don’t exist anymore, or they ask you to pay to sign up. Sketchy.
KB, yeah, that’s the bad part. Companies come and go. But no, I wouldn’t pay for membership. Legit car wrapping sites are all free to join.
Try http://myfreecar.com/signup/ (by FreeCarMedia company). They are legit, free, and are still in operation.
Do the wraps suit every car model? Or do they customize every wraps for each car?
It depends on the advertiser. But from what I have seen, they mainly customize it to ensure it looks good on each car.
Do the wraps have to be professionally removed, and when they are is your paint ruined?
It depends on the company you go for. Some do remove it professionally and some let you do it. And as far as I know, your car’s paint will not be affected by the wraps.
I’m signed up with a company now but there is no base pay monthly so I have to wait for a commision type pay. I need something monthly with a base pay is there any company like that ?
Kim, most car ad companies pay you weekly or monthly. I have never heard of any that have commission based pay. I mean, what would they even base the commission?
What’s the name of the company you’re using (if you don’t mind me asking)?
my name is jeffrey in live in Orlando fla a high tourist area I drive a 2000 chevy surburban this would be great for me I’m on disability and I’m always out driving there are always big games here theme parks people are every where. I would love to get my car wraped.
Have you tried getting in touch with one of the companies mentioned here, Jeffrey?
I would like to have my car wrapped
Well, Rose, you’ll have to contact one of the companies mentioned on the list and take it from there.
I am really debating whether to continue on with this process or not because I really do not want to be scammed but they already sent me a $2,900 check I am just very weary of having to deposit it in my bank first. What should I do have you ever heard of vehicle advert or the Rheingold logo?
Courtney, there are legitimate Car Wrapping companies out there. But, I don’t know what company you are working with. Also, if they send you a check and ask you to deposit and send some of it back to them, that means it’s 100% scam. Their check will bounce a few days later, but the money you sent to them will come out of your account. So you lose money. Be very careful.
Don’t cash it or deposit it in your bank account it is a scam!!!!!!
I want to wrap my car but I went to the site and told me to do UBER. I don’t want that kind of a money maker I want a wrap. I dive 27000 miles a year and drive a 2016 car.
Wendi, what site did you go to that told you to do UBER?
I had this happen as well through myfreecar. I think the car wrap just wasn’t available for us so they were taking us to Uber instead.
I see. That makes sense. Thanks for clarification, Kayla.
Did the same to me. All that was available was uber.
I was contacted by Venom energy drink. They promised to pay me $700 a week. They also said they would send me a check for $3700 but I have to pay $3000 to a company to place a small window advertising on the back of my car
I think that this is very interesting. I recently heard of a friend that has decided to do this and they said as soon as the check cleared the bank that they were to call the people to come down and “wrap the car” then they were to pay them with the money that the company sent. Now after reading all of this it makes more sense to me at first I questioned it but now I understand it better. This friend will be getting a nice sum of 350 weekly for the advertising and I thought that sounded rather nice but I am not interested in that much each week.
I would like to know what company you think is the best for work for?
Lauren, as long as you go with a legit company, it really doesn’t matter. That said, I would try to sign up with a few. Remember, they don’t have assignments all the time. So by signing up with a few, you increase your chances of getting an advertiser.
If they send you a cashier check and then tell you to pay out of the check it is a scam! Do not cash or deposit the check! Take it to your police office in the town you live in. Someone sent me a cashier check just like that and I took it to the bank it was drawn from and they told me it was no good!!
Upstage ny looking to advertise with
My 2011 Dodge Charger any recommendations.
Dustin, have you contacted any of the companies mentioned in the post?
Would love to make money driving am always on the road
instead of having my vehicle wrapped. I would like to have my 7ft x 16ft enclosed trailer wrapped. will any of the companies that is listed at the top pay me for that. I rent my trailer out daily.
Hmmm… That’s good question, Josh. I would think if the trailer gets enough daily movement in a high traffic area (where more people can see the ad), they may accept it, but I am not sure really. You’ll have to ask them.
I live in Katy, Texas ( a suburb of Houston). I would like to have my car wrapped and advertise for local companies. How do I find these companies in Houston?
Maria, please see my answer to Mileydi above.
I live in Indianapolis Indiana its any of those companies working at this area ? Can you direct me to if so , thanks
I don’t know of any specific company that does that in Indianapolis. But I know many companies put ads on Craigslist. So keep an eye on your local CL, You can also do a Google search for “Wrap your car in ad in Indianapolis” or some variation of this term.
BEWARE! BEWARE!! BEWARE!!! If someone tells you they are sending you a check for you to deposit in your account, tell them to shove it up their assets! I don’t care how authentic it looks, IT IS A SCAM! Got an email stating a $3000 check would be sent to me. I was to deposit it in my account, pull out cash of $2700 and send Western Union to the graphic artist. In response, I referred to them as douche bags and warned them that they were risking their ETERNAL SOUL in trying to defraud their brothers and sisters (in the spirit). I admonished them to get a REAL job, and turn from their WICKED WAYS. Needless to say, I did not get any further correspondence from them!
That is indeed a very well known scam, Lindajay. I am glad you didn’t fall for it.
i have a minivan would love to drive with ads i am out alot got 3 kids so i am a busy person will help with my bills
Hey are accepting drivers in the LA area now!!
Someone in these comments stated that a friend of theirs had a company send them money &’when they received it, they were to call the wrap company so they could come and wrap their car & they were to use the money sent to them to pay for the wrapping job. I got the impression that the person leaving the comment thought that that was how it worked! I hope someone lets him/her know that that is NOT how it works. EVER!!!!
I’ve talked to a company that sends a 1′ X 3′ decal to put on your back window. They require a $19.99 payment up front. Then you upload a picture of your vehicle with the decal on it and they reimburse thev$19.99. It is advertiseonmycar.net. Is this a legitimate business? They say they are number1. I didn’t see them in your list.
Sandra, I’ll be honest. While some companies may do this (request a small up front payment) to avoid having people getting the free decals and never actually putting it on, I have never heard of this company.
They got my 20.00 plus tax they give it back to you but only on your account page you can’t cash it out til you make your first commission they give you a 50.00 sign up bonus but I just my decal but I don’t feel right about this company so I cancelled my card I used with them I truely would love to do this cause I drive on the road alot all day going to paients homes taking care of them
Yeah, that’s the thing with these kind of side gigs. You have to find legitimate ones. Unfortunately, there are so many scams that make it hard. You did the right thing. If you don’t feel comfortable with a company, then don’t do it.
I had a check sent to me after correspondence over email, and I was told to cash the check because a portion is for the person installing the wrap on my car. I was told to contact this person when check was in my account to set up installation. I told them the funds wouldn’t be available until after Tuesday because of the Holiday. As I had read all of this it seems that I have been had by scammers….Should I call the bank on Tuesday and tell them to pull the check, and take the money back out of my account?
That sound a like the famous mystery shopping check scam. But without more details, I couldn’t say for sure. But anytime someone sends you a check and says to cash it and give part of it back to them or someone else, that usually means the check is going to bounce a few days later, but by that time you are out the money because the money you sent them or paid the person they asked you to, comes out of your own account.
If you want to out smart the scammers do not deposit the check go to check cashing place and cash the check because the check has funds when they issue it to you but the next day they stop payment on it so I did that I yook the check and cashed it right away so they are the stupid ones not me.
Was there name Carl A.?
I submitted an application with a company called “get paid to drive” but in order to register they ask for a $20 fee, and they promise to return once the decal has been placed in the vehicle. I’m wondering if this is a scam or if it’s a trust worthy company. Please advise.
Normally I’d stay away from companies that ask for a registration fee. Though there are sometime legitimate reasons for that, but in this case, I would stay away.
i want to drive from north africa in a 4×4 so was wondering where i could get companys to pay me for their sticker on my 4×4 i will also be doing a blog
I don’t know of any. You may have a chance if you contact companies directly. Find companies that are known to go beyond traditional advertising methods and get in touch.
Do you know if any above would work in the state of Ga? Most everything was either so far away it wasnt worth looking at or just told me to sign up for uber but im 20 so i cant.
Chris, it depends on the company. You’ll have to contact each one and ask.
Payurdrive & Adzondrive is chetfround company. Company fraud 14 Lacks me & my customers.
If anyone gets a cashier’s check and they ask you to deposit it and send them an amout from the check do not deposit the check you can go to check cashing and cash the check,I received a check for $500 from a mystery shopping scams asking me to deposit the check and then send them a western union check for $200 but I know it was a scam so I was smarter than them I went and cashed the check I pull the scam on them I do not send them anything I kept the money.
I have a race car that I was wondering if anyone would take that on for advertising to be seen at the local drag track every weekend
I got a text ,saying they were from Frito lay company and that they wanted me to put there logo on my truck.Is this lagit?they said I would get 500.00 a week.little hard to believe.
Hi Kathlyn, I’d say that was definitely a scam! A huge corporation like Frito Lay (or any other real company) isn’t going to just randomly text people offering them money. Steer clear of that one! Thanks for reading!
L&N nut Jon
This sucks just like the ride share companies the cars have to be too new. If I could afford a car that new then I wouldn’t need to bother with getting a wrap on my car.
I’m holding a certified check for $3,911.06 supposedly to put a decal on my van for Amp Energy Drink. Am I looking at a scam?
Probably so! Did this company contact you, or you made the first contact with them? If they contacted you, or just sent you a check, it is a scam!
I have received a text from Baby Ruth Car Ads Sticker to put their sticker on my car. Do you know anything regarding this company? The area code that I received this from is in Maryland.
If you just received a random text without you having previously contacted the company, that’s a sure sign of a scam!
I just got a cashier’s check from Budweiser for 3,850.00. I also got aletter with instructions as what to do with the money but what is weird about the check is in the top left hand side where their address goes or bank name all it says is State Employees Credit Union & underneath it has 00008 Charlotte – Third Street & on bottom left corner it has REMITTER: John Stark & signed on bottom right corner by Kaer Baker. It’s to be deposited get my pay of 500.00 & the rest to follow instructions on letter to pay the person that’s gonna put the decals on car. Is this a scam, do I not deposit the check I’m confused
That is a scam! Don’t deposit that check!
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STACY L MATUSZKY
I received a text message to get my car wrapped for mccafe coffee. DOES anyone know if this is real.
If you receive a random text regarding wrapping your car for money, it is definitely a scam! Real companies don’t just send out text messages offering to pay people to wrap their cars. If you’re interested in making money that way, reach out to a company on your own, but please don’t respond to any random text offering you money for anything!
Hello is there a monster energy drink scam using michel Axelrod’s name cua text messages
I got a email from Team Ciroc. They r anted to know all the info you explained and are sending a check. It was sent by a Clara Jackson and sent at 4 in the morning. I looked up the company and it’s a real company but the email was iffy. They are sending extra money but I’m to let it clear before I touch it. Have you heard of them? Are they ligit?
Hi Regina, It sounds like a scam! Why would they send extra money, also, if they just randomly emailed you instead of you reaching out to them first, that’s another huge red flag. If you do receive a check I would definitely NOT deposit it.
I applied for a carwrap company for DR. Pepper and they sent me a check in advance to deposit. Is this normal procedure?
No, this is not normal. I would definitely recommend doing research on this company before cashing any check.
Just to explain further for those who may not know why this might be a scam, let me explain how the scam works.
The scammers send you a check and ask you to deposit it. Then they’ll say “hey, we sent a little too much. Wire us some of that money back”. Once you wire the money, their check will bounce. But your wire transfer is done and you can’t take it back. So you gave them money from your own balance while their check bounced.
Legit companies usually don’t send you a check before any work begins. So please be careful!
Wow I’m legit sort of scared to apply seems like a lot of scams going on, if I apply should I apply to more than one company
I got an email from someone claiming to be from Cadbury offering $400 a week to put awrap on my van. How can I check to see if they are a scam?
If you received an unsolicited email from someone, odds are pretty good that it’s a scam!
I received the same thing, then found out it’s bogus.
I’ve recently received two checks in the mail one from Bud light and one from aquafina to deposit in my account and pay a wrap company in vanilla prepaid cards only. Except aquafina. They want me to cash the check then wait for next move after i cash the four thousand plus dollar check… Is it a scam too? I don’t know if filled out an application that was quite detailed. Now I’m just sceptical and don’t know what to do. I need the extra income . since covid I’ve lost my home and can’t pay my bills my bank accounts are almost empty and i am getting desperate but not willing to break the law desperate. Not yet anyways lol…really lol..
Yes, that’s a scam! Do not cash those checks! A legit company will NEVER just randomly mail you a check to get started with them.
Is there anyway you would be so good as to put down the REAL ad places, websites or whatever, again? It’s vitally important for me. I’m 64, I’m not supposed to work, but I’m going to have to. I only make $804.00 a month SSI/SSD, which is what I live on. It’s not enough to even survive. My bills alone each month are, $740.00. Now my sister, whom I live with, says I have to start paying rent. I need for this car decal job to work as I’m having a horrible time finding work I can do from home remotely.
I have great skills, type 90 wpm, data entry 10000 kspm, 25 years customer service, 30 years sales. But standing hurts my back. I have many disabilities in my body to do a steady regular job anywhere. I thought remote work would be the way to go, but no luck there accept Vector Marketing, selling knifes/customer service online. I want to do the decal, but my car is 2004, toyota matrix 4 dr sedan hatchback. The paint job isn’t that great on top of the car, but the body is good. I don’t know what to do, I’m concerned about my bills right now. Need advice and help! Sorry this is so long.
Crystal, sorry to hear about your situation. I hope it gets better.
Yes, the companies we listed in the post (like Wrapify & Carvertise) are the real companies that pay you to put decals (ads) on your car. They each have certain requirements (car make and model, how often you drive, where you live, etc) but they are all legitimate car advertising companies.
Amanda Jo Fox
So is the Dr pepper one real or not
Amanda, from the little info Lynette gave, it doesn’t sound like it’s legit. Please refer to my comment in reply to her to see how the scam works.