Nexus launches Bounty Hunter

A bounty is a payment offered by a group as an incentive for accomplishment of a task. Historically it meant risky work, hunting down dangerous fugitives on the run from the law. A long time ago, Boba Fett was hired by Darth Vader to hunt down Han Solo. More recently, ‘Dog’ and his crew tracked petty criminals across middle America and in 2003, Saddam Hussein had bounty hunters trying to locate his hideaway during the Iraq War.

This work isn’t nearly as dangerous or dramatic, in fact it’s downright easy.  However there is a lot of reward for those of you who wish to give bounty hunting a try.

We need some notes more than others, so we’ve made a hit list. A cash reward is payable if you can hunt down any of these notes, dead or alive. 

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 Get ’em Boba

However, each bounty is only payable once. As soon as we get notes for a certain course that bounty is filled. You’ll still be able to upload and sell notes for this subject, however the bounty will not be claimable. We may post bounty on other courses, but there are no guarantees. What this means is that you need to move fast – other bounty hunters might also be trying to track down the same set of notes that you are. It’s a dog eat dog world, and only the first accepted set of notes will claim the bounty. No second prizes here.

HOW IT WORKS

  1. Visit our Bounty page to see what courses currently offer a bounty.
  2. Using your networks, hunt down a great set of notes for one of these courses.
  3. If the author hasn’t registered already, get them to do so and then upload the notes. Alternatively, upload them yourself with the author’s permission.
  4. If the author is uploading the notes themselves, flick us a quick email to let us know you tracked the notes down. Once approved, you’ll receive your bounty payment via your PayPal email address.
  5. You can now add ‘Bounty Hunter’ to your resume, which sounds much cooler than ‘clerk’ or ‘intern’.
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As always, don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

Happy hunting from the Nexus Notes team

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