Earlier in the week we wrote about Moola.com and how you can play games to make money. The response was overwhelming and we’ve sent out a little over 100 invitations! Feel free to comment below if you’ve signed up. We want to hear about your experiences.

Invitation Issues

Moola did experience a pretty big delay in distributing invitations. It’s likely that if you requested an invitation on Tuesday than you may have not received it. Send me an email at: Steve [at] IveTriedThat.com and I’ll resend your invitation email. For all of those who missed out on Tuesday, don’t worry as we still have over 150 invitations available! Click here to request an invitation.

Search and Win – Earn extra money!

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If you login to your Moola account you’ll come to your account overview. Now if you look to the top-left corner of the screen, you’ll see the Moola logo and directly underneath that is a ‘Search & Win’ textbox. Type any search term at all in that box, and you’ll be able to boost your account with a random cash prize. You can do this up to four time per day; however they only allow you to win once every couple of hours. I highly suggest you login and try it out.

Click here to sign up with Moola.com today!

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Last Updated: November 9, 2007

Join the Discussion

  • Antonio
    Antonio
    Reply

    It’s one of these websites where you euphorically enter your registration data just to find out that… it’s only for people living in the US. :-(
    Do you know of an equivalent website that also operates in Europe?

  • Julia
    Julia
    Reply

    I played the Hi/Lo game too! I think I lost 2 games and won 3. I think I have 4 cents now. It’s pretty fun! Thanks for the recommendation!

  • Matt
    Matt
    Reply

    I signed up the first night and played a few games. Pretty entertaining, though I discovered I was surprisingly bad at the Hi/Lo game. Apparently being able to count past 4 is some sort of requirement in life these days.

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