A MAN claims he can make up to £38,000 with an easy side hustle that only takes just a few clicks of the mouse.
Kristian Momiroski revealed his get-rich-quick scheme on TikTok and said he could hardly believe he “hasn’t seen anyone talk about it”.
The self-proclaimed money making expert told social media users they could earn thousands in passive income with this trick.
He assured amateurs it was “super easy” to do and that they could set it up in less than half an hour.
Kristian told viewers: “It’s all automated so it will create you passive income.
“You want to go to this well-known website [Amazon] and search up word search puzzles.”
He then chose two random examples of puzzle books listed on the web giant and took a closer look at their sales numbers.
The TikToker continued: “This person has made a minimum of 4,000 sales and another at 2,500.”
The side hustle sleuth said that the sellers, who listed the word search books for £9.59 and £14.99, had raked in up to £38,000 each.
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And Kristian claimed thanks to their thousands of customers and doing it alone, they both took “pretty much 100 per cent profit.”
He encouraged those looking to earn some more cash to have a go for themselves and explained where they could whip up their own puzzles to put on the market.
The TikTok user added: “Now go to PuzzleWiz and it will literally create a whole word search book for you.
“Once it’s done, you can list it on Amazon, Kindle Direct Publishing or even Etsy.”
Those opting to try out the savvy side hustle suggestion may need to be wary about extra costs that come with selling items online.
Subscription fees may also take up a tiny chunk of your potential profits.
There are plenty of side hustles you can get involved in to make some extra cash.
We previously told how a deal-hunting expert revealed how you can earn up to £30 an hour with her easy sideline.
TikTok user @chloesdealclub claims you can bolster your bank balance by simply signing up to market research sessions.
And this crafty creator says he makes a whopping £4,000 by making videos – that take him just ten minutes to make.