If you find yourself with some free time, live in the New York or New Jersey area, are a college student and want to make some extra cash, then AgentAnything is worth looking into.
AgentAnything is focused on two things. Providing clients with assistance when time is short for completing tasks and giving students the opportunity to make money by performing those tasks. The service calls the tasks or jobs missions. Each mission is created by a client who simply can’t find the time needed to fit everyday chores into their schedule.
Missions are created online via the form boxes supplied by AgentAnything. Each mission is titled and given a precise description by the client. In addition, clients have the option to provide personal information such as a telephone number in case an agent (student) needs to call for verification or clarification on the mission. Each mission is given a Mission Type of physical or virtual. Virtual indicates phone, online or other non-location based mission. Missions are given a location for delivery purposes as well as mission acceptance and due dates.
Mission costs and rewards are mostly determined at mission creation. Clients can determine the reward (payout amount) ahead of time or allow agents to propose a price their willing to complete the mission for. Other options available indicate whether an agent will need to spend his/her own money to complete the mission and clients can choose the agent or simply use the first agent to accept the mission.
Participation & Payout
Clients provide an email for notification while rewards are charged to the client’s credit card upon completion of the mission. In order to become an agent, students need to signup with a university email address. Although the service is currently only serving the New York / New Jersey areas, AgentAnything accepts student email addresses from across the country.
If you’re wondering why only students are eligible for this service, AgentAnything explains the reasons on their website. To simplify the reasoning, it’s about verification and accountability. Expanding the program beyond students would mean more extensive ID checks, etc.
As missions are completed, profiles are curated with mission stats and ratings. Feedback drives the ratings with three feedback categories of positive, neutral and negative. AgentAnything is not going to solve our economic problems, but it does offer a way for students to gain some cash while working around their often chaotic schedule.
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