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Earning cash when you shop.

It may sound too good to be true, but it's not! By using a free iPhone app, Zapiddy, moms across the country are shopping at Super Targets, answering survey questions, and are earning cash for each survey they fill out through the app. A typical Zapiddy job pays $4 for 5 or 6 questions or photos.

Stats from Zapiddy say that dozens of Zapiddy users (called Zappers) have earned more than $50 in the past few weeks. Many of them have earned more than $100 in Zapiddy pay.

“That will make a dent in a school supplies budget,” commented Levi Hamilton, a Zapiddy service supervisor.

Moms agree. Zapper Jill Rowan said, “It’s an easy-to-use app, very user friendly and jobs aren’t difficult! Fun and you make money- what could be better?”

“Zapiddy is a great app that allows you to make money while out shopping,” said another Zapper Lisa Piancone, “It’s easy and super convenient. I love it!”

Zapiddy pays Zappers via PayPal and is available all the time for download on the iTunes App Store. Zapiddy Chief Jason Garberg mentioned.

Download Zapiddy and get started!

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