We are all suffering from rising prices.  Inflation hasn't been this high in nearly 14 years and it is near historic highs.  So what would you do to earn a quick $2000?

Here's an idea.

A pest control company called Pest Informer is looking for five to seven households, and you can be one of them, right here in the Concho Valley.  All you have to do is let them release approximately 100 American Cockroaches into your home. The company wants to test specific pest control techniques and gauge their effectiveness.

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The rules are simple: You must own the home or have the written approval of the homeowner.  You have to be at least 21 years old and be located anywhere in the continental United States.

Pest Informer promises all the cockroach treatments will be family and pet safe, but you will be barred from buying any additional sprays or treatments during the duration of the study.  However, I checked the rules and they don't rule out pet Iguanas.

So what happens if you still have cockroaches after the 30 test period.  The company promises that it will use traditional treatment options at no cost to the homeowner to help get rid of them.

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Many of us have lived with roommates who are far more messy than cockroaches and didn't earn a dime for the dreadful experience.  If the company offered free tupperware and lots of zip lock bags to keep your snacks in, this might be doable for $2000. Although, I would probably end up with a very high electric bill, as I would have to keep all the lights on 24/7.

If you want to enter and possibly win the privilege of sharing your home with cockroaches, just fill out the online application now at ThePestInformer.com

And Good Luck?

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