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Rewarding Moments: Kelly Lang

This week's Rewarding Moment goes to Kelly Lang! She has been a member since 2019 and she discovered InboxDollars from a friend who referred her. Mahjong and Bingo are some of her favorite ways to earn on InboxDollars.

Besides groceries, Kelly plans to spend her next payout on another vacation for kids. She comes from a family of 3, her and her two kids.

Here's what she says about InboxDollars:

"I’m a single mother of two with one being in college. I do not receive child support for my kids and at times it’s been very hard to put food on the table and provide things my kids need. I’m saving up now on inbox dollars to be able to take my kids on a vacation this summer, it will only the second vacation I’ve been able to take them on by myself."

Attached below is a picture of Kelly:

Thank you, Kelly, for sharing your story with us! We hope to continue to help you fund your next vacation with your kids! We've credited $10 to your account!

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Members who get their Rewarding Moments featured on our blog and social media get $10 in their InboxDollars account!

If we didn't share your Rewarding Moment this week, it doesn't mean we won't share it later on. We get many Rewarding Moments each day so it gets difficult to choose just one. Remember, we choose one every week! We can't wait to hear yours.

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