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Otterses Thu 01-Aug-19 07:38:18

A big thank you to to @reddA for compiling this list smile

Here aren't rules, as long as you've made some extra cash. So from eBay to remote jobs to saving money by switching your house insurance provider - it all counts.

Please don't discuss any clients on the thread or ask for extra information that may compromise Non Disclosure Agreements.

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Passive Income
(These applications both look at your viewing habits, have a good think about whether or not you’re comfortable with this)

MobileXpression - amazon vouchers - about £100 a year
Nielson Mobile - various vouchers - about £100 a year

Work at home 'jobs'
Appen Connect Various long term tasks, apply for as many as you want but the wait time does vary to be offered a project.
Appen Global - Smaller tasks, some more arduous than others.
LionBridge Lengthy application process and tests.
Crispthinking Risk Analyst Social Media, very flexible, can be a long waiting list.
Cloudworkers Adult Chat, Text via PC
Clickworker Small projects
Modsquad Moderating Jobs

Surveys and Market Research
Prolific Academic
Respondent
Jisp
Angelfish
VYPR
People for Research
Populous Live
Qmee
Ipsos

Other
What users do Test Websites
UTest Test websites looking for bugs - can be quite technical
User Testing Test websites
RedWigWam Jobs, Mystery shopping etc.
Opinion Outpost
Shutterstock
Shoppix
Better Points
Intellizoom

Cashback
Quidco
Top Cash Back
Ohmydosh

Daily Free Entry
Free National Lotto
Pick My Postcode

Free Horse Racing (Pick 7 Horses)
ITV7
William Hill Lucky 7

Matched Betting Tips/Tools
OddsMonkey
Team Profit

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justtheonethen Tue 03-Sep-19 14:02:55

September Earn £10 a day thread http://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/legalmoneyy_matters/3680934-september-earn-10-a-day-thread

toastytea Tue 03-Sep-19 14:13:15

Anyone tried the quiz for sankuru? I failed it twice and I'm confused. Can only think I wasn't meant to punctuate or something? Frustrating.

toastytea Tue 03-Sep-19 14:14:54

Ignore that. I've just realised a spelling error I made.

Wolfff Tue 03-Sep-19 15:22:45

It didn’t even tell me I had passed but I assumed I did!

toastytea Tue 03-Sep-19 15:41:59

@wolfff it will email you if you didn't! Kicking myself as I'm not getting many tasks.

lannister Tue 03-Sep-19 15:55:56

@Frenchdoors1 have been waiting since mid Maysad

toastytea Tue 03-Sep-19 16:01:54

How much does intellizoom pay?

Wolfff Tue 03-Sep-19 16:08:52

Intellizoom pays per survey some are $2 and some are $5. If you agree to be filmed on your iPhone interacting with a survey it’s more - did an $8 one yesterday. You don’t have to do those though.

They pay into Paypal. Last month I got £4.01 for a $5.00. Now it’s £3.98 hmm

Surveys are quick and about things like booking tickets or online banking. There tend to be loads over a couple of days then none for a while. They email you when they want you to do a survey and most do not screen you out.

Wolfff Tue 03-Sep-19 16:09:52

Ohh one more thing, you get paid after 21 working days - about a month after doing them in effect.

Choconuts Wed 04-Sep-19 07:11:16

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toastytea Wed 04-Sep-19 08:24:07

Thanks @wolfff. I really like prolific. I applied for crisp aaaages ago. Past the test first time and heard nothing! Not having much luck with appen.

Charlottejbt Tue 11-Aug-20 13:59:19

Interesting thread. Are you all in the UK? I was wondering if these online opportunities would ve available to me in France.

Charlottejbt Tue 11-Aug-20 14:01:04

Oops, came here from Google and didn't realise this was an ancient pre- Covid threac. Sorry.

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