‘Ozark’: You Could Get Paid to Binge On the Netflix Series Right Now
Think about the people in your circle who are watching TV nonstop this week. In light of the global health crisis keeping most folks indoors right now, do they have plans to stick to their routine?
Binge-watching on Netflix is up due to the coronavirus quarantine, but watching Ozark offers a unique opportunity to earn money. Season 3 of the Jason Bateman-led drama arrives on the platform on March 27, but it’s a not a bad idea to get reacquainted or introduced to the series before that date.
There’s a short-term gig available for the fan who has time to invest hours into watching Ozark. If you love the show or want to get into it, this could be for you.
What are the specifics of the Ozark job?
Timed to coincide with the release of Ozark’s new season, the campaign comes courtesy of InternetAdvisor.com. Per a press release, the company is seeking someone to watch 20 hours of seasons 1 and 2 of the Netflix series and will pay the individual $1,000 to complete the task.
According to the job’s description, you will really need to pay attention to the finer details about the characters and story. This is so you can fill out the questionnaire. Here’s a snapshot of what they want:
“We don’t care what you do in life or even if you’re into money laundering – that’s not our problem. Are you fleeing from a scheme, did you see your business partner get killed, or what lengths will you go to make some money? If that’s you, we want you to apply.
How does it all happen? The lucky fan who lands this gig will be given 17 days to watch 20 hours of Ozark Season 1 and 2 (combined 20 episodes). Then you’ll have to complete a checklist to include several familiar tropes that are present in each episode.
How many times does Wendy blackmail politicians and acquaintances by attending cartel parties, galleries, and funerals to get the voter’s approval for the casino? How much trouble is Marty in after Darlene Snell kills the cartel’s guy? Is this the end of Byrde family?”
In addition to earning cash, the selected candidate will receive Ozark-themed swag, a Netflix gift card, and the ability to work from home.
Are there special rules for this gig?
The job listing and its conditions are pretty straightforward, but there are rules in place. You must be at least 18 years old, reside in the US, and fill out the form online. There is no fee to enter.
Per Internet Advisor, “There no restrictions whatsoever, no background checks for money laundering, and expect zero drug testing. The only thing you must abide by is to apply for yourself and not for someone else.”
The deadline is approaching
Interested parties should apply for the Ozark competition by March 27, 5 p.m. MST. The sole winner will be notified via email within seven days of the contest’s closing date.
If you’re a huge Ozark fan and wouldn’t mind scoring a few extra bucks, check out the website and contact Internet Advisor with any questions. Remember to catch the Byrdes in season 3.