13 Legitimate Sites That Paid Me In April 2018 + Payment Proof!
It’s Brok and today I’m going to try something a bit different. I still plan on releasing income reports each month, but also plan on doing a payment proof post (which is what this is.)
On my income reports I usually just show you how much I made and then link to my review (which usually shows payment proof from a payment several months if not years ago.)
On this page, I’ll show you screenshots of my payment for April and not just a payment proof from one of the first times the company paid me.
Please keep in mind that these are just extra income sites, they won’t be a huge income each month. If you’re looking to make a full-time income online, check out My #1 Recommendation to learn how I made over $13,000 online last month!
If you have any questions about the sites on this list, feel free to leave comments below or read my full review.
I’ve left a brief description of each and shown you how much I made in April!
13 Legitimate Sites That Paid Me In April 2018
Wealthy Affiliate is a bit different than the other sites on this list. Wealthy Affiliate is a blogging course and community that teaches you how to build a website and make money (the rest of the sties will just be extra income sites.)
If you’re interested in making money with a website I highly recommend checking out Wealthy Affiliate, you can join for completely free.
Below is a screenshot of an affiliate payment for April, but keep in mind all of the other payments on this page came from applying what I learned at Wealthy Affiliate, so really I made much more from the training!
Last Month I Made $13,841 Online
Make sure to learn how you can get started for free!
To learn more or to join, visit WealthyAffiliate.com. Again, you can get started for completely free!
Ibotta is an app that pays you cash back on groceries and many more items.
All you need to do is buy items that are listed in the app and scan your receipt, you’ll earn $.50-$3 on most items.
Once you earn $20 you can get paid via gift card, PayPal, or Venmo!
Here’s a PayPal payment I received for $200 for my earnings in April!
To learn more or to join, visit Ibotta.com! You’ll earn a $10 sign up bonus once you redeem your first rebate!
Qmee is an awesome browser extension that pays you to search the internet. I recommend anyone that’s reading this in the US to join ASAP.
Qmee works with almost any browser and pays you to search on Google and pretty much any other search engine.
Qmee shows results on the sidebar and if you click on them you’ll earn a few cents!
Qmee pays via PayPal with no minimum cash out amount, so once you click your first ad you can get paid.
Here’s proof of a PayPal payment from Qmee:
To learn more or to join, visit Qmee.com!
Swagbucks is by far my favorite reward site. They have tons of ways to earn like watching videos, taking surveys, referring friends, and much more.
Swagbucks has 100’s of gift card options with most starting at just $5.
Here’s proof of a few gift cards I redeemed in April totaling $30.
To learn more or to join, visit Swagbucks.com and be eligible for a $5 sign-up bonus!
PaidViewpoint is my favorite paid survey site because they only send you surveys that you’re pre-qualified for, which means you earn for every answer you give and won’t get kicked out of a survey!
Most surveys are only 10 questions long and only take a few minutes. Once you earn $15 you can cash out via PayPal or Amazon gift card.
Here’s proof of a $56.70 Amazon gift card I cashed out in April!
To learn more or to join, visit PaidViewpoint.com and earn a $1 Sign-Up Bonus!
FusionCash is another rewards site that I really like. They pay you to watch videos, visit websites, and much more. If you have the ability to refer a lot of people, FusionCash is a must join because they pay $1 per signup, $2 when they confirm their email, and $5 everytime they cash out for life!
FusionCash pays monthly via PayPal, Direct Deposit, and Check once you earn $25.
Here’s proof of a payment via Direct Deposit from April:
To learn more or to join visit FusionCash.com, they’ll give you a $5 Sign-Up Bonus just for confirming your email!
Earnably is a newer rewards site that’s made a ton of improvements since they open a little over a year ago and is turning into one of my favorite reward sites.
Earnably pays you to complete tasks, play games, download apps, and much more.
Earnably has several gift card options and PayPal payments starting at just $1.
Here’re some gift cards I cashed out in April (writing this on May 17th so a month ago is middle of April.)
To learn more or to join, visit Earnably.com!
PrizeRebel is a rewards site that I just started using about 6 months ago and I really enjoy it. PrizeRebel pays you to do things like complete offers, take surveys, refer friends and much more.
They have a ton of gift card options and even PayPal payments. One great thing at PrizeRebel is once you level up (by earning points) you can get rewards for cheaper. I’m at the highest level and you can see I’m getting a $10 gift card for 970 points, which usually costs 1,000.
Here’s proof of some gift cards I cashed out in April:
To learn more or to join, visit PrizeRebel.com!
FeaturePoints is an app that pays you to download other apps. There’re several apps like this but FeaturePoints is by far my favorite.
As you download apps you’ll earn points that you can exchange for gift cards and PayPal payments.
Here’s proof of a $50 Amazon gift card I cashed out in April. As you can see, I’ve already cashed out another $50 in May!
To learn more or to join visit FeaturePoints.com!
InstaGC is a rewards site that’s available worldwide and it’s my 1st recommendation to any international readers who want an easy way to make some extra cash.
InstaGC pays you to do things like complete tasks, visit websites, watch videos, and much more.
They have gift cards starting at $1 and cash payments via PayPal/Direct Deposit.
Here’re a few gift cards I cashed out in April:
To learn more or to join, visit InstaGC.com!
Dosh is a new app that pays you automatic cash back to your favorite stores. All you need to do is link a credit/debit card and shop at participating stores. They also offer cashback online and when booking a hotel room!
Dosh automatically detects your purchase and gives you a percentage cash back on your purchase!
Once you earn $15 you can cash out via PayPal or Direct Deposit.
Here’s proof of a payment from Dosh via PayPal:
Fetch Rewards is a shopping cash back app. Similar to Ibotta they pay you to upload receipts. They have a few things they’ll pay you for. Specific products and any product made by participating brands.
When you upload a grocery receipt you’ll earn points based on how many products you bought from participating brands. Some brands include Frito-Lay, Kraft, Oscar Mayer, and many more.
Once you earn 5,000 points you can exchange them for gift cards to over 50 stores.
In April 2018 I made $10 and cashed out for a $10 Amazon gift card:
To learn more or to join visit FetchRewards.com and enter the code AT6NY to earn a $2 bonus!
GetUpSide is an app that pays you to buy gas! You’ll earn a few cents per gallon at select gas stations. At this time it’s only available in DC area and in Florida, but I’ve been in contact with the company and they are slowly expanding across the US so feel free to join and they’ll notify you when they’re in your area.
I won’t go into complete detail on how it works here, feel free to read my full review, but you basically link a card and use it to buy gas at participating gas stations and you’ll earn!
In April I earned $38.09 with the app and here’s proof I was paid via PayPal!
To learn more or to join visit GetUpSide.com!
More Ways To Earn Money Online
Hopefully you enjoyed seeing most of the sites that paid me in April of 2018 and some newly updated screenshots of payment proofs. If you enjoyed this new type of post please let me know in the comments below!
If you didn’t find what you were looking for on this page, make sure to check out these helpful links:
Do you have any experience with the sites listed above? Do you get paid by any sites each month? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!