July Income from LinkVehicle

Recently, somebody asked me at the WAHWM Facebook page whether I really earn online. I don’t usually write about how much I earn online but I guess, I need to share about it if only to inspire others into trying to earn online and for them to know that, yes, it is indeed possible to earn online.

During the whole month of June, I earned $96.50 from LinkVehicle. LinkVehicle pays during the first day of the succeeding month so I received this payment on my Paypal account last July 1.

proof of online earnings from the internetLinkVehicle is one of those sites that pay bloggers to write about an advertiser. If you are a blogger and want to learn about how to earn online with LinkVehicle, you can visit their site and register by clicking this link: LINKVEHICLE.

Good luck!

Understanding the Just Been Paid Tripler Earnings Computation

Update: JustBeenPaid is now called ProfitClicking. I no longer have an account with them and the following was my experience when I still had a JSS account.

Have you heard of the Just Been Paid or JSS Program? Among the other programs in the system is the JSS Tripler which claims to make you earn 2% per day or 60% per month – without doing nothing! If you’re skeptical about it, you can just activate the free $10 credit in your account and see how it earns in the next 81 days.

How does this work?

I tried JSS and did the following:

  1. Open an account with JustBeenPaid. They recommend a gmail email account but any email address will do as long as the filtering system is not that strict.
  2. Activate the account. The activation link is found in the email sent to you by JSS.
  3. Fund your JSS main account via Payza, SolidTrustPay and other payment processors allowed by the system (or activate the free $10 money in your account).
  4. Transfer your funds from the main JSS account to the JSS-Tripler fund.
  5. Buy positions at $10 each. They recommend buying in multiples of 4 because once 4 of your positions mature, you get 1 free JSS position that pays you $60 when it cycles
  6. Wait for your daily income.
  7. Cash out when your daily earnings reach at least $20 (the minimum cash out amount) or you can use your daily earnings to buy new positions.


Once you purchase a position in the JSS Tripler, you should remember that your $10 investment is totally gone. In lieu of this, you will be earning 2% on weekdays and 1.5% on weekends (or $0.20 and $0.15 respectively if you just buy one position). Regardless of the number of weekdays/weekends, at the completion of the cycle on the 81th day, the total of your daily earnings will be 150% of your initial investment.

JSS Tripler Example

Let’s say for example that you purchase 4 positions at $10 each. The following will be the computation of your income.

Total Daily Income after 81 days $60.00
Less: Expenses
Investment Cost $40.00
Withdrawal fee (8%) 4.80
Total Expenses 44.80
Net Income $15.20

The computation above means that for every $40 you invest, you earn a net income of $15.20 (deduct any credit card fees you incur if you use your credit card to fund your account, usually 3.5%) after 81 days. Your money will earn a rate of about 171% a year.


JSS encourages you to buy new positions whenever your daily earnings reach at least $10. This means that instead of withdrawing your money from the JSS system, you will again reinvest your accumulated daily income to start another cycle of earnings – your income to earn income too.

If you want to try JSS, you can check out this link: JustBeenPaid. If you’re skeptical about it, you can just activate the free $10 credit in your account and see how it earns in the next 81 days.

The New 1099-K

I came across this infographic from the website, Outright.com earlier today and I thought it’s worth sharing with you guys. It’s about the new 1099-K where online sellers, including eBay, Etsy and Amazon and any others who have $20,000 or more in gross sales and 200 transactions or more will now be receiving a 1099-K form from their third-party payment networks like Paypal, showing gross sales reported to the IRS.

big news for small business owners 1099 K Infographic