If you’re not strong, make sure you say that you can’t lift the heaviest objects (fridges, stoves, etc.) before starting.Price your services below whatever the local professional moving companies charge.Offer to drive them to things like health appointments, church, the store, or Tuesday night bridge.If you need to wait around for periods of time while they do whatever they’re doing (having a health appointment, playing bridge, etc.), bring along a book or homework if you’re a student.It makes them feel aristocratic, generous, and so on. Or, split the work & earnings with a friend for a more enjoyable experience. Help Strangers Move – Be the person who moves boxes and helps run errands on moving day.
Even if you don’t get caught and pay penalties (leaving you poorer than you started), you’ll still be short of cash again as soon as you’ve spent the 0!!
Setting up regular appointments (like weekly plans) makes this easy to manage.
Give people a fair deal, be a trustworthy person, and the chances are you’ll find a regular customer.
– Likewise, purposefully doing things that are illegal is 100% not recommended for making 0. It is important to mention this right away to get these ideas completely out of the way. Make-100is to help you find ways to make 0, then another 0, and enough 0’s so that you’re never short on cash again – NOT to give you a quick ticket to jail (or worse!
If you ever decide to try illegal things to make money, the chances are good that you’ll end up in worse condition than you started. Not a single idea listed below in this document in any way suggests the use of theft or crime. ) This is no joke – tell a joke worthy of publication in Reader’s Digest, you’ll collect 0 for your troubles. The Reader’s Digest Joke Submission Page ( describes their process as follows: “Everybody’s got a funny story. Send us a joke, quote or a funny true story and you may see it published on Readers or in Reader’s Digest Magazine.