Needle Review [Work at Home Chat Jobs as Brand Advocates]

Needle Pincushion
“Needle – offers an opportunity to work from home in support with no phones!”

Online Chat Jobs From Home – Review of Needle

If you’re tired of earning a living writing content or providing IT assistance, I think you should take a few seconds to check out Needle. It’s a work at home opportunity that lets you earn money by chatting with people. This is a computer chat program so you don’t have to worry about tying up your phone line, however, you do need to make sure you have a fast internet connection and that your computer will be reliable. You don’t want to get disconnected in the middle of a chat. The idea of an online chat job is appealing to many – so it is competitive.

Is Needle a Legit Chat Support Employer

I’m still working my way through the application process, but I know enough people working for Pincushion to feel safe calling this a legit opportunity. However, that doesn’t mean you should put all of your eggs into one basket and assume that you’ll make enough to pay all your bills. Remember the first rule of working at home is not putting all of your eggs in one basket. Make sure you diversify and work on several different things. That way if one income opportunity suddenly runs dry, you’ll still have money coming in.

The Application Process

Personally, I like the fact that Needle doesn’t automatically hire every person who applies like some people do. They do interview people who pass the application process and determine that they’re going to be a good fit. I feel that this means the quality of the work experience will be high. Since an interview was part of the application process, I’m also more confident that I’m capable of handling the job! (See my post, Online Chat Jobs That You Can Do From Home (No Phone!) for even more jobs like this one!)

It does take some time for the site to sort through the applications they receive so don’t expect to start earning money right away. It could take a few hours or a few days, depending on how things are going. Fill out your application and check out other work at home money making opportunities while you wait for your response. If a couple of weeks pass and you haven’t heard anything, contact Pincushion Needle and give them a gentle nudge.

How Are Needle Payments Made?

I love the way that Needle handles payments. Unlike some work at home opportunities which insist on you making a specific amount of money before you receive a payment, or which only pay once or twice a month, Needle pays every single week. At $10 an hour, I found the pay to be very good. (Glassdoor has salaries ranging from $10 to $12 an hour.) They do use PayPal so you’ll need to set up your account.

Get more Needle Pincushion information and applying, go here.

** They are not always hiring for the brand advocate positions. If they aren't the link above will default to their “registration closed” page.

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  1. Kelly Land @MoneyMakingMommy.com says:


    They must have changed a few things since I last updated this. I’ve changed the link out to reflect their Brand Advocate positions. Those are paid positions and not “point” positions. They aren’t always hiring though.

  2. I just went to the link, but it states that you earn points, not money, and those points are redeemable in their store. SO, this does not seem to be a reliable way to earn money for bills, only shopping.

  3. Adriane Brown says:

    It says that pay is earning pints to redeem in their store. Did something change?

  4. I would like a little more information before applying for the job

  5. I know this is an older thread, but the site says you are compensated with points to use in their store. Is this a new thing?

  6. Does needles accepts applicants living outside US?

  7. I’ve been accepted, thanks so much @moneymakingmommy.com!

  8. I just applied, hopefully I’m selected.

  9. hello is training provided?

  10. Arlene Vasil says:

    I found this article most helpful. Thank you for the tips!!!

  11. Robin Smith says:

    I would like to apply to the position that Pincushion Needle has to offer. Please get back to me as soon as you can. Thank you.

  12. Thank you for Needle Kelly, JUst finished all the tests, crossing my fingers. Seems like a fun job…hope I get it.

  13. @nhea
    I’m not sure? I don’t remember being asked for a passcode? Unless it’s some type of code sent in a conformation email?

  14. i was looking to applying in pincushion. however, they are asking for a passcode. Where do I get that?

  15. Dear Ms. Kelly,

    am so interested of the said job above. how can I apply? Please send me the steps and instructions.

    Thank you for your consideration :)

  16. I would love to cf Ind out more a about this opportunity! Thank you

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