Which Company is Paying for Cockroaches?
One pest management business is offering $2,000 to homeowners who agree to let dozens of cockroaches inside their houses as part of research to evaluate the latest pest control treatments.
Company is Paying for Cockroaches
The Pest Informer is asking for five to seven homeowners to release roughly 100 American cockroaches into their homes in order to test and evaluate specific pest control strategies.
The study was subjected to a tight set of guidelines, including a 30-day trial period.
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Participants must also be 21 years old or older, own the home, have written permission from the homeowner, and live in the continental United States.
All cockroach treatments will be family and pet-safe, according to the business, however, homeowners will be prohibited from using further insect treatments during the study’s duration.
If the roaches persist, the company claims it would cure them with standard methods at no cost to the homeowner.
Fill out an online application form on ThePestInformer.com if you’re seeking 100 icky, crawly new housemates – or just a means to make $2,000