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Company will pay you to binge watch every Fast and Furious movie
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Company will pay you to binge watch every Fast and Furious movie

FinanceBuzz is looking for their new Fast & Furious claims adjuster.

A company wants to pay you $1,000 for watching every single Fast & Furious movie.

This might just be the easiest way to score a grand.

FinanceBuzz, an informational site that offers money-related tips and recommendations, is looking for the right candidate to be their new Fast & Furious claims adjuster.

According to its website, the job listing reads the company is looking for someone to help ‘assess the auto damage across all 10 movies’.

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“Ahead of the upcoming release of Fast X on May 19, we’re looking for someone to watch all 10 movies in the Fast & Furious franchise," it said.

"That’s more than 20 hours of the NOS-fueled saga, during which you’ll track damages from all the car crashes. Our team will use your findings to estimate the insurance impact of the franchise’s reckless driving."

However, aside from just earning $1000, Finance Buzz added they’d throw in an extra $100 to cover the cost of streaming, movie tickets and snacks.

Well, in that case, count me in for an extra large popcorn and salted caramel Choc Top, please.

The company added: "There’s no car-movie franchise more iconic than the Fast films, and with a box office gross in the billions, the series generates serious cash."

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And, despite the star-studded cast and epic stunts, they note the real reason behind the franchise’s success is the cars.

They added: “At FinanceBuzz, we help people save money on their biggest expenses, including car insurance, and we wondered — what would that kind of driving do to your auto insurance costs?

“To find out, we need help taking inventory of the accidents in the movies. We’re also curious if the number of wrecks in these moves has increased or decreased over the franchise’s history. That’s where you come in.”

FinanceBuzz said the claims adjuster would note any car accidents that result in damage, including counting the number of accidents, the extent of the damages, and what cars are involved across all 10 movies.

“We’ll use your notes as the basis for an upcoming FinanceBuzz story,” they continued.

All you need to do is fill out the form attached to their website and outline why you’d be the right candidate for this temporary position.

Applicants must be based in the United States, and applications close 19 May 2023, at 11:59 pm.

Topics: News, Fast and Furious, Cars