This is a new round (for the last week of March '16): Same client, same gig, same terms, looking to hire new (and old) people.
My voiceover associates passed on this, saying it's not enough pay for them, so I thought I'd pass it along here strictly as a courtesy to my friends here who'd be qualified and interested.
I have a client who's hiring a few thousand people over the next day or two for a very short-term gig. It pays US$36 for about two hours of work, (primarily reading aloud). You need to have been born and raised in the US with a native command of the English language, (reading and speaking). You need to have a microphone on your computer or mobile device.
Advice to those outside the US: The client is not stupid. If you don't qualify, please don't bother applying.
There are a few steps in the application process, but they're all very simple: Join the marketplace, (if you don't already have an account there), apply for the gig, fill out a simple questionnaire, and sign a non-disclosure agreement. Pretty much the key point here is that you have to be able to follow simple directions.
I really don't feel like getting banned again, so I'm not going to post any link here. Email me (first name at last name dot com) and I will send you the relevant link to get started.
Again: I am not the client. I'm just doing them (and you) a favor, for free.
(Sad that I have to stress this, but such is life at WF these days.)