What: American education technology website company that operates an online learning platform for students to access course-specific study resources contributed by a community of students and educators
Expected pay: Nominal
Requirements: Be over the age of 18; have study notes to share or be capable of tutoring others in a college-level class
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- Clients say they get charged exorbitant fees for worthless information and can’t get the company to stop auto-charging their credit cards
- Contributors and tutors claim the company inexplicably closes their accounts and takes their earnings after they’ve spent hours working
- Tutors earn between $1 and $4 for answering student questions. If someone buys your notes, you supposedly get between $5 and $20
- Complaints were found at the Better Business Bureau, InsideHigherEd, ScamBook, ComplaintsBoard and many others. The complaints are pretty consistent. We advise you to stay away whether you are a client or a tutor.
If you want to get paid to take class notes, check out Nexus Notes or Study Soup.