Is Slice the Pie a scam or legit?
Does the dream side hustle exist? I’m certain that it does. I guess it ultimately depends on what you’re looking for as far as work and compensation. Internet company Slice The Pie seems to make a lofty claim of paying users for listening to music and leaving reviews, in addition to other types of reviews. Seems like a dream, right? In the name of research and science, I signed up and evaluated Slice The Pie for you guys. Let’s take a look at who they are, what they claim to offer, and whether or not it’s worth your time. Now, let’s dig in!
What is Slice The Pie?
According to their website “Slicethepie is the largest paid review site on the internet. You earn cash for every review you leave! Your feedback on tracks, clothing, and lots more goes directly to help artists, record labels and brands make decisions.” So basically, you leave feedback on various recordings, fashions, and more in return for pay. To be fair, I would like to point out that Slice The Pie doesn’t make outrageous claims in terms of compensation but it does sound like an easy gig, regardless. Signing up for an account is quick and easy with the usual information collection, creating a password, typical stuff.
What type of tasks does Slice The Pie offer?
As mentioned earlier, Slice The Pie says they pay for your opinion of music, fashion, and “more”. Personally, I was intrigued by what “more” was exactly. What I was concerned about (other than pay): is this another survey site? After all, “getting paid for your opinion” is the tagline of pretty much every paid survey company. Not sure I want another paid survey site, I crossed my fingers and hoped for the best. After setting up and activating my account and reading some basic guidelines, I was ready to start reviewing. The first time I logged in, the site was looking for reviews of music and fashion, plus a “lucky dip” category that would assign you a random mix of the two to review.
How much does Slice The Pie pay?
You definitely aren’t going to get rich from Slice The Pie. Each task pays from 2 to 20 cents. Tasks are short and sweet, though, so you can rack them up pretty quickly. From time to time, they will send an email with a bonus of up 50 cents to a dollar. The more reviews you do, the more they will pay. The higher quality your review, meaning the more descriptive and specific, the better your review is rated thus getting you to that higher payout rate. Tasks can ran out from time to time, especially as a beginner. Just rating everything with a perfect, 10-star rating and leaving a vague, boring review will not benefit you at all and may actually get your account deactivated. After you reach the $10 threshold, you can cash out your earnings.
Final thoughts: Is Slice The Pie worth it?
Legit, but limited: Slice The Pie can be a fun, easy side hustle for a few extra dollars here and there. Maybe enough to pay for your Starbucks or a pedicure, but definitely won’t pay the big bills at home. Much like anything else, you need to churn out quality and consistent work. All in all, not a bad way to get some extra dough but there are more ways to earn serious money.