How to make money over the summer?

I want to make some cash over the summer. How does eBay work? Do you have to be older than 18 to do it? Do you need a credit card? What other jobs are there? No mowing lawns, because I dont know how No babysitting, because there aren't "babies to sit"

Asked By: - 5/29/2011
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A dog walking or pet-sitting service can go a long way. Simply hang up a couple flyers around town or at the local supermarket with contact info: e-mail, phone, etc. Offer to walk the dog a couple blocks for a flat fee each walk. You can even offer to brush the dogs, or if the owner needs something from the store you... More
Answered By: J S - 6/1/2011
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Make Money with Twitter ! :) >> or try Onbux>>
Answered By: asker - 5/29/2011
you don't know how to mow a lawn brother? wow
Answered By: Brother Johnny - 5/29/2011
McDonald's, best job ever.
Answered By: Tessa - 5/29/2011
Its hard to find a job in the summer because a lot of people want to make money in order to get vacation money. But for people under 18, working as a cashier can work, or a mall greeter, but trust me, those jobs don't pay you a lot... More
Answered By: Joseph - 5/29/2011
eBay? I have no clue about that. I would assume you would need a paypal account to be safe, and yes that means a credit card or bank account as well. And I think you have to be 18... But I'm not positive... More
Answered By: Colton Wood - 5/29/2011
I'll be honest with you. I use to live my life by the same I haven't done that before motto. But one day someone said to me "there's a first time for everything" since then everytime I get nervous about doing something or asking for help. I just say that statement in my head. Everyone had a first time for everything... More
Answered By: scaryjam8234 - 5/29/2011
Yes you do need a credit card and a current account to open an ebay account. If you do not have this you can ask your parents to help you and start selling your old stuff or unwanted gifts on Ebay. You could try washing cars. How about paid surveys check age requirements.
Answered By: Tips4savingmoney - 5/30/2011
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