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  1. #1
    koolkat31272
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    Default Another way to make extra money....

    This may not be for everyone, but my brother and myself had some

    luck. Research studies. Yes, you become a human lab rat. But if

    you are relatively healthy, mostly for "non-smokers" and have the

    time, it's been pretty profitable.



    We live in San Antonio, Texas and I had heard somewhere that we are

    #4 for areas that cause the most "allergy" problems.



    Well we both did studies for "dust mites", but his consisted of 3

    weekend overnight studies with investigational drug usage and mine

    was strictly outpatient. We both had very extensive health check ups

    (blood work, EKG, even eye exams) and the rest of the appointments

    were drug distribution and interviews on how we were doing.



    I'm still in the beginning of mine, but for 3 appts (check-up, blood

    work and eye exam) I brought home $150 yesterday (over 1 month

    time). I'm still expecting to bright home another $250 in the next 2

    months.



    Now my brother has completed his 3 month study (spending the night

    Fri-Sat one time a month) and has received his check for $3200 (after

    taxes). The other great thing for him, his allergy to "dust-mites"

    has gone away...he obviously had a good result on the medication. He

    works full time, but needed some extra money for his snowball.



    So just to get that out there. The company we used was CEDRA. Not

    sure of the website, but we found the ad in the classifieds.



    BTW...More Craigslist success stories tied into my $150 check...I

    picked up a futon couch ($30), computer desk for kids ($15), chair

    for desk (), drafting table w/chair (), wooden TV stand (),


    and loveseat (free...desperate seller failed to sell with price

    listed had to leave it out on the street for "free" pick-up when new

    furniture arrived). $70 + past purchases = $195 in 1 month to

    furnish new rental we moved into with only our bed, kitchen table,

    TV's, computers, and sleeping bags my DD's sleeped in while we were

    staying with family. I'm excited and hooked!!!



    Catherine








  2. #2
    herberkids3
    Guest

    Default Another way to make extra money....

    With this study, were you also taking medications?



    That's what would turn me off from it- so many drug companies in the

    past cover up "bad" results in human studies to get a drug pushed

    through, that I just wouldn't feel comfortable taking a non-fda

    approved medication as a "lab rat".



    As long as you are comfortable with it, though, and you make decent

    money, then that's really good for you!



    Let us know how it works out!



    Also, great finds!!!



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "koolkat31272" <koolkat31272@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > This may not be for everyone, but my brother and myself had some

    > luck. Research studies. Yes, you become a human lab rat. But if

    > you are relatively healthy, mostly for "non-smokers" and have the

    > time, it's been pretty profitable.

    >

    > We live in San Antonio, Texas and I had heard somewhere that we

    are

    > #4 for areas that cause the most "allergy" problems.

    >

    > Well we both did studies for "dust mites", but his consisted of 3

    > weekend overnight studies with investigational drug usage and mine

    > was strictly outpatient. We both had very extensive health check

    ups

    > (blood work, EKG, even eye exams) and the rest of the appointments

    > were drug distribution and interviews on how we were doing.

    >

    > I'm still in the beginning of mine, but for 3 appts (check-up,

    blood

    > work and eye exam) I brought home $150 yesterday (over 1 month

    > time). I'm still expecting to bright home another $250 in the

    next 2

    > months.

    >

    > Now my brother has completed his 3 month study (spending the night

    > Fri-Sat one time a month) and has received his check for $3200

    (after

    > taxes). The other great thing for him, his allergy to "dust-

    mites"

    > has gone away...he obviously had a good result on the medication.

    He

    > works full time, but needed some extra money for his snowball.

    >

    > So just to get that out there. The company we used was CEDRA.

    Not

    > sure of the website, but we found the ad in the classifieds.

    >

    > BTW...More Craigslist success stories tied into my $150 check...I

    > picked up a futon couch ($30), computer desk for kids ($15), chair

    > for desk ($5), drafting table w/chair ($15), wooden TV stand

    ($10),

    > and loveseat (free...desperate seller failed to sell with price

    > listed had to leave it out on the street for "free" pick-up when

    new

    > furniture arrived). $70 + past purchases = $195 in 1 month to

    > furnish new rental we moved into with only our bed, kitchen table,

    > TV's, computers, and sleeping bags my DD's sleeped in while we

    were

    > staying with family. I'm excited and hooked!!!

    >

    > Catherine

    >










  3. #3
    Maja Drouin
    Guest

    Default Another way to make extra money....

    Signingup with survey programs is another way of making extra bucks, I do that along with testing productsetc. Feel free to visit my website I created and added the survey programs that I join, they are all free to join, and you also get paid for referrals.www.freewebs.com/workingparent Thanks Maja

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    Alt i n. F Yahoo! Mail med adressekartotek, kalender og notesblok.


  4. #4
    DGates
    Guest

    Default Another way to make extra money....

    When we lived in colorado my friend worked for a survey company where she worked as a telemarketer and they made calls if you answered into the correct categories which you had to make at least 40,000 we lied since she called us to make her quota. (sorry) but you got to participate in studies for name brand companies by trying their products. You mostly got cash rewards pretty good too. I did a study for sauve shampoo, pillsbury cookie doughs, my husband did a beer testing. One we made 50 dollars. She worked for some company in thornton co.

    Donna SAHM and loving it.

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  5. #5
    Catherine Cushing
    Guest

    Default Another way to make extra money....

    Yes, we both were taking medications that were originally FDA approved and being used for depression. A great deal of "depression" patients reported improvement on allergy symptoms, so they decided to study it for allergy patients with no depression symptoms. But I do understand what you mean. The last thing you want is effecting you healthy body for a few hundred dollars. Just make sure you do your research. Even if you go to the original health exam and you get approved, they have to give you the name and all of the information regarding the study. At least we were given an option at that point to opt out. Catherine

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  6. #6
    Alma
    Guest

    Default Another way to make extra money....

    I do PTR'S and make extra money each month. //And also surveys. If

    you would like a list let me know. And a new search engine that can

    make you money and win prizes daily.



    www.winzy.com/







    \--- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Maja Drouin <drouin_maja@...> wrote:

    >

    > Signing up with survey programs is another way of making extra bucks,

    I do that along with testing products etc.






  7. #7
    herberkids3
    Guest

    Default Another way to make extra money....



    Ahhh... see, I'd be ok taking something like that, then, that's

    already been FDA approved. I know there aren't any programs like

    that around me currently, but I'm moving to Lansing in a month, and

    with MSU there, maybe there will be things like that!



    Thanks for responding.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Catherine Cushing

    <koolkat31272@...> wrote:

    >

    > Yes, we both were taking medications that were originally FDA

    approved and being used for depression. A great deal

    of "depression" patients reported improvement on allergy symptoms,

    so they decided to study it for allergy patients with no depression

    symptoms.

    >

    > But I do understand what you mean. The last thing you want is

    effecting you healthy body for a few hundred dollars. Just make

    sure you do your research. Even if you go to the original health

    exam and you get approved, they have to give you the name and all of

    the information regarding the study. At least we were given an

    option at that point to opt out.

    >

    > Catherine

    >

    >

    > ---------------------------------

    > Ahhh...imagining that irresistible "new car" smell?

    > Check out

    >










  8. #8
    herberkids3
    Guest

    Default Another way to make extra money....

    Thanks Maja! I'll take a look...



    Out of curiosity, how do you pronounce your name? With a J sound or a Y

    sound? It's pretty and unique!



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Maja Drouin <drouin_maja@...> wrote:

    >

    > Signing up with survey programs is another way of making extra bucks,

    I do that along with testing products etc. Feel free to visit my

    website I created and added the survey programs that I join, they are

    all free to join, and you also get paid for referrals.

    www.freewebs.com/workingparent

    >

    > Thanks

    > Maja

    >

    >

    > ---------------------------------

    >

    > Alt i n. F Yahoo! Mail med adressekartotek, kalender og notesblok.

    >










 

 
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