(4 Posts)
Pippinsqueak Mon 17-Jun-19 12:50:17

Hi not sure if this is in the right section. I'm currently on mat leave and pay is going to be cut this month. We went to the CAB to see if we were entitled to any assistance but despite being band 2 and 3 for nhs we can't receive any help. I only get £80 a month.

Before universal credit I could go back to work for two days a week and receive £145 a week which would be fine. I'm not entitled to help with child care either.

I was thinking of doing surveys whilst little one was asleep to get a little bit here and there but unsure which ones are legit and worth while doing.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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EmpressJewel Mon 17-Jun-19 21:37:34

I did onepoll a few years ago. The payout was £40 (I think its £25 now). I work on a pc and so would check for surveys 2-3 times a day. It would take about 9 months to get to £40.

Don't get me wrong, it's easy money, but it takes ages.

justbeniceplease Mon 17-Jun-19 21:43:50

It's not a realistic income top up.

Lovemynewboots Thu 20-Jun-19 11:53:25

I downloaded the Qmee app a couple of days ago. You need time on your hands, the surveys seem to pop up quite randomly and you don't always get selected. But I've had £6.11 out of it so far, cashed it out to my paypal this morning lol
Prolific is another ive signed up to. Have £2.25 so far, can't cash it out until you've reached a fiver though, apparently.

Good for a few quid here and there if you're able to spend the time, boring as hell though lol

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