Make Money Online Writing Letters

Making Money Online Writing Letters is not a new idea but given that demands and requests always there, there are always rooms for money making opportunities. Normally people go to a freelance writer website if they need help in writing. It’s not just writing letters but also eBooks, articles, resume and many more. This website just makes it specific for letters only. At you earn money when your existing letters sold, sold a custom letter requested and referred a new visitor through your existing letters. Each time you have the chance to earn around USD2~USD10. It’s not a bad deal given that you are able to upload as many letters you have. The more you upload the more you earn. All Payments are made using PayPal, Western Union or check.



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20 Responses to “Make Money Online Writing Letters”

  1. complaints says:

    That is great idea to earn money at home. But that is not 100% trusty. Sometimes some fake cheat with the users. Anyway thanks for sharing this in your post with us.

  2. Kumo says:

    That’s true for all sites that we found. We just have to be careful and test it out. After filtering out all the dirt then only we find gold within.

  3. Cosmetic Ledy says:

    Did yu work with LR? How much you can earn and how much time you lost? thx for sharing

  4. Kumo says:

    I haven’t try it out. Perhaps writing letters just not interest me.

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  6. Kumo says:

    Thanks for the encouragement. I hope I can keep on blogging for a long time.

  7. Rob says:


    Rob here…administrator for

    The top writer for made $2890 in 2007. The next top writer made $2610.

    It works like this…

    Customers come to and submit ‘paid in advance’ and ‘not paid in advance’ requests.
    a. Normally 20 to 25 ‘prepaid’ requests are submitted per week. When a request is paid in advance, a $10.00 fee is guaranteed to the writer whose letter the customer ends up choosing. Once a letter is posted, the requester is notified via email. If the requester ‘Accepts’ a writer’s letter, $10.00 is credited to the writer’s account.
    b. Hundreds of non-prepaid requests are submitted per week. To these, writers may also submit letters in response. Once posted to the site, an email notifies the requester of the posted letter.

    All letters get posted to and are tracked to the submitting writer so if future customers find one of the existing letters suits their needs and goes on to purchase, again the writer earns $10.00.

    LetterRep has been in business since 2001 and we work really hard to provide a profitable service for writers and we also work hard NOT to take advantage of them.

    Hope you’ll join.

    The URL to check out the writer’s area of is:

    Rob Noyes

  8. Kumo says:

    Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Willow says:

    Thanks for the information! I’ve never heard of this particular site before but I’m always in the market for new ways to make money. I also have a blog about online writing jobs. Check it out if you want. Thanks again!

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  12. Kumo says:

    Thanks for dropping by. All the information collected are mainly about money earning online. Some of them works and some of them might not. It depends on how you make full use of it. Information provided today might not be useful tomorrow as things become ancient fast within the speed online. Still these information that you learn will eventually be useful in future because you’re accumulating everything that you learned.

  13. appleblogger says:

    so, did you already get paid from this way?

  14. Kumo says:

    Well, not from this site but other ways. I still haven’t had the interest on trying it yet.

  15. Jenn says:

    LR sounds like a decent way to make some extra spending money, but obviously no way to earn a living. Thanks Kumo for your informational blogs, it sometimes takes a little rereading to understand what you are saying but the info you provide is well worth it please keep up the good work.

  16. Kumo says:

    Thanks for the encouragement. Sometimes my writing just go crazy. Guess I’m pushing myself too far trying to write what’s in my mind. I’ll try to improve my writing as I post.

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    The strip is simple and easy to install and works great. Still traffic remains the most important part. Guess I’ll be concentrate on that part.

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  20. Michael in Phoenix says: hasn’t accepted new writers for 2 years, according to their rep who returned my call.

    I’m thinking their business model might be flawed. They still have the option on their site to sign up to write letters, but then when you get to the sign-up page, it’s “disabled”. Nice.