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Paypal 9 Tools PayPal Users Should Know About 9 Tools PayPal Users Should Know About Read More king of all money sending/payment systems on the web has launched a web site aimed at letting people put money behind asking for favors.

For example let’s say I wanted my co-worker to work the late shift and I wanted to work the early shift everyday for a year. I know it sounds ridiculous but, to me it would be worth almost anything! So if I want it I would have to make it worth it for him.

Surely, I would get laughed at if I asked him to do it out of the kindness of his heart – now if I put $1000 behind my offer I think he would HAVE to take it – feel me?

So it is a pretty simple service that anyone can use. With or without a Paypal account.

Let’s take a look at it.

Point your browser to Paypal’s [NO LONGER WORKS] Do Stuff For Money site and watch the intro or hit the skip button to get right into it.


Now as you can see below, they are taking a play on money and letting you fill in the following fields:

  • The Service You Want Done
  • Your Name
  • The Persons Name You Want To Do The Deed
  • And Don’t Forget Your Offer!

After filling it out the form at the bottom of the note, you will see the note’s fields actually populate. It will look like this when you are done:

Then you hit “Send Offer” to actually send the request to your recipient. Remember that your offer may be posted to the site’s home page as an example of a “Past Offer” if PayPal sees it fit. So maybe, you shouldn’t use your significant other’s real full name when requesting sexual acts :)

After hitting “Send Offer” you will see this form:

Send the request either by email or Facebook. You will see this message when you have completed the steps:

The email will look like this:

Hey Yo’Mamma,

I just made you an offer at PayPal’s DoStuffForMoney to do a specific task for a specific price. Interested?
To view this offer, click here:

Your industrious friend,

PayPal’s DoStuffForMoney
“Because just asking isn’t always enough.”
Want to send your own offer? Visit
Learn more about sending money with PayPal at

Pretty neat eh? Got some crazy ideas about what you are going to do with this service? If so, leave them in the comments!

  1. PetFoodz.Info
    July 12, 2009 at 7:23 am

    If the recipient doesn't have a paypal account the sender is probably going to be stuck with fees as usual..

  2. Chuck
    July 11, 2009 at 9:30 pm

    It's a cute concept, but I'm not sure you read the fine print before typing: "So it is a pretty simple service that anyone can use. With or without a Paypal account."

    I'm not sure the recipient needs a Paypal account, but the sender does. From the Help page:

    "How do I actually pay a person if they accept the offer? Log in to your PayPal account and go to the Send Money tab. Enter in the information and click on the Personal tab/other to send them the money."

    If you had been right, it would have been a great way to send money anonymously for any number of reasons...but I don't think you were right.

    • Karl L. Gechlik
      July 12, 2009 at 3:10 pm

      I meant that you do not need a account to send a request. As I was not logged in when I sent mine.

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