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TruPic - Take Pics, Make Money

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iPhone / iPad
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Want to make money taking photos with your smartphone? You're hired! TRŪPIC puts money in your pocket for gathering photos & information on commercial properties in your area. It's that simple.

Everyday tens of thousands of photos are being taken of things like signage, lighting, landscape, painting, snow removal, etc. on commercial facilities. However, exorbitant resources are currently required by companies to obtain these photos. Enter TRUPIC. By downloading this app, and signing up to be a TRUPER, you provide a real time solution to this problem while simultaneously lining your own pockets with extra cash. That's what we like to call a win/win.

Imagine this... you walk outside of your local coffee shop and you receive a notification from TRŪPIC that we need photos of the lawn and mulch around the store. Within minutes you've accepted the project and taken a few photos. Answer 5 easy questions on how the property looks and you are done. You've just paid for that latte and then some!

Sound too good to be true? Well here's how it works:

1) Download the TRUPIC app and follow the prompts to set-up your TRUPER account on your smartphone.

2) Turn on push notifications within the app and automatically receive notification when projects nearby you become available. This notification includes how much the project pays, how many photos are required, and the deadline for submission.

3) Decide whether you wish to accept and complete the project. If you decide to accept it (and are the first TRUPER to do so!) simply visit the location by the designated time, take the requested photos, and submit them via the app.

4) The client receives and reviews your photos.

5) You get paid and make money!! Anywhere from $3 to $100 per project.

Interested, but want to know more before downloading? Check us out on our webpage www.trupic.net

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