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Is EDsmart Harry Potter a Scam? A Dream Job That Pays $1000

EDsmart, a company that provides college rankings, reviews, and ratings, is offering a dream job for Harry Potter fans. EDsmart said they are looking for a person who is not only a Harry Potter fan, but also an active, outgoing social media personality who would be thrilled to live-tweet or live stream their Harry Potter & Fantastic Beasts movie marathon experience while tagging @getedsmart and/or #getedsmart.

Is EDsmart Harry Potter a Scam? A Dream Job That Pays $1000
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The EDsmart Harry Potter Dream Job

EDsmart Harry Potter Dream Job

Ultimate Dream Jon: Get Paid to Binge Watch Harry Potter & Fantastic Beasts

We'll pay you $1,000 to watch every Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts movie from start to finish.

The only requirements are that you are 18 years old or older, eligible to work in the United States, and an active social media user.a

If you’re hired, simply sit down in your favorite movie-watching location, watch the movies, grub, and post it on your social media platform or live stream.

Once the magical marathon, live-tweeting and live streaming, etc. are over, they will have you rank each movie and post it online.

If you believe you’re the ultimate Harry Potter fan, you can sign up online by filling out a form on EDsmart's website.

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  • April 23, 2020 at 12:28 PM by an anonymous user from: Austin, Texas, United States

    It is being advertised on the local news.

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Is EDsmart Harry Potter a Scam? A Dream Job That Pays $1000