Dom Toretto of Fast and Furious said money will come and go, but are you willing to earn $1,000 (P55,000) by binge-watching all movies of the global action franchise?
FinanceBuzz, an informational website site offering money-related advice, is looking for a "Fast & Furious Claims Adjuster” to watch all 10 Fast and Furious movies, from the first installment in 2001 to the upcoming Fast X which premieres on May 19.
That translates to over 20 hours of screen time.
The claims adjuster has the job to track damages from all car crashes in the movies, the number of accidents, extent of the damages, and what cars are involved.
"As a bonus, you’ll get a healthy education about the value of family," the website added.
The successful applicant will also get $100 (P5,500) to cover the cost of any streaming fees, movie tickets, and snacks.
FinanceBuzz noted that its team will use the claims adjuster's findings to estimate the insurance impact of the reckless driving in the billion-dollar franchise.
"We’re also curious if the number of wrecks in these moves has increased or decreased over the franchise’s history," it added.
Applicants must be based in the United States and must be at least 18 years old.
Deadline of applications are on May 19, while the results will be out by May 26, FinanceBuzz said.