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If you are a fan of the “Fast and the Furious” movies, you will be interested to know that you could win up to $1,000 dollars just for watching the 10 tapes of the saga before the last one is released.
FinanceBuzz is looking for someone who can record damage to vehicles that have been involved in accidents in the franchise movies totaling more than 20 hours.
FinanceBuzz gives advice and recommendations for money management and financial products.
In other words, the person selected will perform a role similar to that of a claims adjuster, who is in charge of recording the damages of a car accident for the insurance company.
“We will pay our Fast & Furious claims adjuster $1,000, plus $100 to cover the cost of any broadcast fees, movie tickets, and snacks. As a bonus, you’ll get a healthy education on the value of family,” FinanceBuzz said in a press release.
The comment about the value of family refers to the fact that in all the Fast & Furious movies, the character played by Vin Diesel always emphasizes that his family is the most important thing to him.
If selected, your role will consist of making an inventory of all the car accidents that occur in the movies, detailing the number of accidents, the extent of the damage and which vehicles are affected.
“We are curious as to whether the number of accidents in these movies has increased or decreased throughout the history of the franchise. That’s where you come in,” FinanceBuzz wrote.
Interested applicants for the FinanceBuzz position must be at least 18 years of age and apply by May 19, 2023. The selected candidate will receive a notification one week after the deadline.
The selected person will have to watch all the “Fast and the Furious” movies within two weeks and record the damage from car accidents that occur in them.
‘Fast X’, the latest installment in the franchise, will be released on May 19, 2023.
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