- Mock Online Juror at OnlineVerdict
- $20 – $60 per hour
- Published July 29, 2020 by Niall Doherty
How does Julie make money online?
Julie doesn’t really exist. She’s our avatar to represent a typical person working as a mock online juror via OnlineVerdict.com.
OnlineVerdict conducts online and live focus groups or mock-trials to provide feedback to attorneys in the United States.
As a mock online juror signed up to OnlineVerdict, Julie would get a notification whenever there’s a case to review in her area. She’d provide feedback on the case and get paid for her time.
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How much money does Julie make?
She’d make approximately $20 to $60 per hour, according to the OnlineVerdict FAQ page:
However, I haven’t been able to verify those rates or find ANY reports online from people who’ve actually earned money from OnlineVerdict.
Neither have I found any complaints, which makes me wonder if any real work is being done via the site at all.
Given that, if you do sign up for OnlineVerdict, there’s probably little chance that you’ll actually be sent any cases to review.
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What’s Julie’s background?
Julie wouldn’t need any special skills to earn money as a mock online juror via OnlineVerdict.
Anyone over 18 years of age in the United States can sign up for the site.
How did Julie get started?
She would have joined OnlineVerdict here, set up her profile, and waited to be notified of a case to review.
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What type of online business does Julie have?
Other ways to make money online
There are many other ways to make money online, to work from home or anywhere in the world.