Firm to Pay People to Watch True CRIME Documentaries

Firm to Pay People to Watch True CRIME Documentaries

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A company offers $2,400 each to three people willing to watch 24 hours of true crime documentaries.

According to news agency United Press International, they will then post about the experience on social media.

MagellanTV, a streaming service, already made a similar offer for a single person paid $1,000 in 2020.

But it said the second version of the promotion will choose three candidates who will each receive $100 an hour.

“Our ideal candidates live for true crime,” the posting states under the so called “True Crime Watch Dream Job.”

Interested applicants may submit their applications on the company’s website until May 5.

Meanwhile, a culture website is willing to pay you $1,000 to watch all 24 official films in the 007 franchise.

According to various news reports online, it comes in time for the upcoming release of No Time to Die.

NerdBear.com, a “nerd culture” website, said the 25th film in the franchise will be available on Sept. 30.

Aside from $1,000, the chosen candidate will receive a $100 Amazon gift card to rent the movies.

The talent fee will also come with a $50 AMC gift card to go see the latest film when it releases.

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