Page 2 | T's the season to be jolly (and earn lots of Christmas money!)

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Otterses Sun 01-Dec-19 08:17:19

I can't believe this has been going for nearly a year! I feel rather emotional blush

I'll pop the list up in a second for any newcomers.

Here's to a fantastic December, and bolstered bank balances for January!

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BlackCatFan Sun 01-Dec-19 11:06:15

@StudentHelp how long did Neevo take to pay you? Was it around 2 weeks after you finished the task?

StudentHelp Sun 01-Dec-19 11:09:08

They paid me multiple small amounts every 7 or so days when I was still working on the same task, not sure why.

anxiouswaiting Sun 01-Dec-19 11:09:41

@seizethecuttlefish noooo! Appen acknowledge in the guidelines that SRT is wrong for tracking and you keep yoir own records to self report

anxiouswaiting Sun 01-Dec-19 11:12:27

@toastytea isoftstone itself is legit. Several of us have worked for them and been paod before. The issue is some of us got an e-mail invite to a new project which had poor English so was a bit worried whether someone was posing as isoftstone. I think though it is just a case of some of the project managers being from other countries and their written English is not too great

toastytea Sun 01-Dec-19 11:47:07

@anxiouswaiting thanks. Might try it! What's the pay per hour like?

GachaBread Sun 01-Dec-19 11:51:41

So here are my totals.

Cloudworkers £950 still to be paid
BeMyEye £369.50
Roamler £35
Streetbees £5
Vypr £5
Qmee £1.76 £100
Grass roots £50
Tern £17
eBay £245 selling unwanted kids toys and clothes
I also gained £10 voucher for amazon for downloading their app something to do with setting up amazon prime trial.

I am very happy with my totals. Looking forward to making some more.

anxiouswaiting Sun 01-Dec-19 12:12:13

@toastytea it varies, each project is different. I did one that worked out about £36 per hour because the tasks were so quick and easy. I've done others that are between £9 - £12

lannister Sun 01-Dec-19 13:02:20

Merry December everyone. November wasn't my best month, finally got accepted by Appen only for me to be unable to access any projects. Screen always frozen. Contacting them hasn't helped. Also gave up with chat from home. Just couldn't do itconfused. On a positive note I just made it to just over £300. Combination of MB, Intellizoom, Prolific, Clickworker and Revolut

girlicorne Sun 01-Dec-19 13:17:28

Happy December everyone! Just wanted to say thank you for these threads, I work freelance for my main job and due to cuts in government funding and changes to the way things are done my income has dropped from 5k a month to barely scraping 2 for the same amount of work. These threads have saved Christmas for us, this month I made £1071 on Appen and I m up to around £75 on neevo. This is on top of 50 hours a week in my regular job!

DontCallMeDarling Sun 01-Dec-19 14:52:18

@girlicorne blimey that's a lot of work! Very impressive. Do you sleep? grin

Buster27 Sun 01-Dec-19 16:44:09

Wow, some amazing totals for last month! I've been away the last few days so have had a break from money making, but well over my 500 target so pleased with how the month went.

Appen - 579.75
Crisp - 165
LR Casino - 62.78
Prolific - 21.88

Total: £829.41

Otterses Sun 01-Dec-19 17:14:53

Ohmydosh are doing a 'boosted' offer advent. Today is £6 for signing up for a free trial of amazon prime. I've had it in the past, but it's let me do the trial again so 🤷🏼‍♀️

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Wolfff Sun 01-Dec-19 18:29:38

I've been doing the minimum due to events in my main job. Still I should have over £450 for Appen and another £50 or so from a combination of Intellizoom, prolific and clickworker. Hope to ramp it up again after next week. Considering I started less than 6 months ago, I have made nearly £3000 which I'm very happy with.

Madre77 Sun 01-Dec-19 20:07:02

@Loopyteddy I too am a SAHM and a single parent. I have had so many issues with the benefits system (my case is still pending and I have not recieved a penny since August) that I've decided to earn this way full time. I have registered myself self employed to make sure I am paying my dues but I must admit it is super hard to apply myself especially if LO decides not to sleep etc. However watching these guys balance kids FT jobs etc I am now more determined than ever. @GachaBread is my idol, the way you attack Cloudworkers alone amazes me 😊😊

spookyaction Sun 01-Dec-19 20:27:19

With crisp so busy, is it work starting on Appen and commuting to 20 hrs a week? I can't remember what I got accepted for and I couldn't make head or tails of how to access their tool!

spookyaction Sun 01-Dec-19 20:27:30


spookyaction Sun 01-Dec-19 20:27:59


MUST start proofreading posts!

anyeong Sun 01-Dec-19 20:39:21

150 messages to go on chat-from-home to hit my target, and then a nice boring day tomorrow spent waiting for an incorrect sized mattress (angry) to be collected so it looks like I’ll have a great chance to chip into next week’s message target!

GachaBread Sun 01-Dec-19 20:49:09

@Madre77 that made me smile. I have a system in place that works for me. Just keep thinking of the money. Love to you all.

AliciaWhiskers Sun 01-Dec-19 21:21:48

@Otterses are you signed up to loquax for the advent competitions?

Does anyone have codes for casino/gambling websites?

Otterses Mon 02-Dec-19 07:36:51


I signed up last year but didn't put a great deal of effort in blush

To be fair, I'm sure the competitions thread on money saving expert will have the same ones listed.

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Otterses Mon 02-Dec-19 07:43:34

Realised I never posted my totals!

£110 - cashback
£75 - voucher from angelfish
£24.54 - Appen
£263 - crisp... but I'm hoping that'll be a bit higher.

Total - £472.54

I'm happy with that, considering I was away for three long weekends last month grin

I'm aiming for £15 a day this month, as I'm away for the last four days of December.

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rhij86 Mon 02-Dec-19 08:19:41

Great totals everyone. I can't believe it's December - here's to a prosperous end to the year for everyone!

My totals are:

Appen: £725
Prolific: 10.89
Respondent: 37.77
Clickworker: 4.38
Qmee: 7.24
Neevo: 18.11
Shoppix: 5
Intellizoom: 11.07

Total: £819.46

With Appen ramping up so much for me this month I've let a lot of other things slide. I'll probably drop everything else completely this month (apart from looking at things on take part in research etc) in favour of Appen as I now have 3 projects all wanting 20hours a week from me (not going to happen).

rhij86 Mon 02-Dec-19 08:24:03

Oops forgot:

£5 lottery win
£15 monese referral
£6 Revolut referral.

Total: £845.46

I aimed for £600 this month so smashed that. I'd love to hit £1000 this month but don't want to set the bar too high, so going to aim for £750.

rhij86 Mon 02-Dec-19 08:29:20

There's a 10 hour per week project just gone up on appen for anyone interested.

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