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    • Telby01
    • By Telby01 8th Sep 13, 4:14 PM
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    • 8th Sep 13, 4:14 PM
    Not heard of this, but sounds good!
    • johnpaul74
    • By johnpaul74 16th Sep 13, 1:57 PM
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    • 16th Sep 13, 1:57 PM
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    • 16th Sep 13, 1:57 PM
    This Roamler sounds quite interesting I'll give it a whirl.
    • dragilex
    • By dragilex 3rd Mar 14, 10:14 AM
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    • 3rd Mar 14, 10:14 AM
    How does this work in relation to tax? I saw in the T&C you have to make sure your earning are taxed properly.
    • Kayalana99
    • By Kayalana99 3rd Mar 14, 11:40 AM
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    • 3rd Mar 14, 11:40 AM
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    • 3rd Mar 14, 11:40 AM
    How does this work in relation to tax? I saw in the T&C you have to make sure your earning are taxed properly.
    Originally posted by dragilex
    It's just another way of saying they aren't responsible for it if you don't declare it as income.

    I downloaded it, no tasks in my area (they let me sign up) a few come up but all 20+ miles away.

    You never know :-)
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    • red devil
    • By red devil 3rd Mar 14, 12:00 PM
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    • 3rd Mar 14, 12:00 PM
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    • 3rd Mar 14, 12:00 PM
    You have to do alot of work free before you get paid.
  • justxneedxaxwin
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    • 3rd Mar 14, 12:08 PM
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    • 3rd Mar 14, 12:08 PM
    I have just signed up and there is a lot of work in my area but most of it says Xprather than reward , Has anyone used and been paid out? just wondered don't want to start and not be paid at end of it
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    • dragilex
    • By dragilex 3rd Mar 14, 1:13 PM
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    • 3rd Mar 14, 1:13 PM
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    • 3rd Mar 14, 1:13 PM
    There doesn't appear to be many people signed up in the Manchester area, at least not active. At level 1 I already have a £2 pay task available, will attempt this on my lunch. Hammering my way through most of the couch tasks, only 100 XP till level 2. The early tasks aren't really work, they're more sit at your desk, take pictures of things, make a few comments, and learn how the app works. Like you would expect from any RPG game in the early learning levels.
  • Zooca
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    • 3rd Mar 14, 1:16 PM
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    • 3rd Mar 14, 1:16 PM
    Hi

    Roamler have an app on Apple and Android phones but you can only join in the bigger cities if you use an invite.

    Basically you go around town and take photographs of what clients want (branded goods, promotional displays etc) and they pay you for it..

    Can earn a lot, and that's an understatement. Entirely you to you how much you want to get out of it

    Thanks

    Jon
    Originally posted by shabbadoof13
    Could you quantify the earnings in some way? I know you say it's up to how much you want to earn but do you mind disclosing how much time/effort you put into it and what that gets you? The max someone could get per week/month/year if they pushed it?

    Does anyone else have any long termish experience with this app?
    • dragilex
    • By dragilex 3rd Mar 14, 4:22 PM
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    I'm guessing you would be best placed to answer my query on tax. With the £1000+ you've earned from Roamler what have you done in regards to income tax?
    Last edited by MSE ForumTeam3; 04-03-2014 at 9:13 AM. Reason: Quoting deleted post
  • shabbadoof13
    I'm guessing you would be best placed to answer my query on tax. With the £1000+ you've earned from Roamler what have you done in regards to income tax?
    Originally posted by dragilex
    just declared it with the rest of my self employed earning

    I also work for 63336 and various other bits and bobs so just lump it into my annual return
  • Zooca
    I'm guessing that this takes for granted the time taken to travel from where you are to where the tasks are (eg. suburb of London to local shopping centre or maybe central London) and the amount of time travelling between tasks, and finding the items in the shop to complete the task? I'm guessing you'd need at least a few hours of spare time?

    Do any tasks require you to spend money, other than travel?

    Over what kind of timescale did it take you to earn £1000+?
    Last edited by MSE ForumTeam3; 04-03-2014 at 9:14 AM. Reason: Quoting deleted post
  • shabbadoof13
    [QUOTE=Zooca;64867641]I'm guessing that this takes for granted the time taken to travel from where you are to where the tasks are (eg. suburb of London to local shopping centre or maybe central London) and the amount of time travelling between tasks, and finding the items in the shop to complete the task? I'm guessing you'd need at least a few hours of spare time? [/qutote]

    A LOT of the tasks are in the city center where I work so are a matter of minutes in terms of walking from one check to the next. Drinks ones for example, you can have 10 of those to do paying £9-£12 within a few roads of each other in the city center

    Do any tasks require you to spend money, other than travel?
    Only the drinks ones require a purchase. Flowers / Menu Checks / Veg Checks / Magazine checks are just normal audit assignments.
    Over what kind of timescale did it take you to earn £1000+?
    I try and do £25 a week in flowers so £25 x 52 brings in at least £1300 without even doing any other type of task for Roamler.

    It's basically like Field Agent but in a more regular way I suppose as FA tends to be more Ad hoc assignments while these appears every week/month
  • shabbadoof13
    What unearth had happened to this sub forum

    A fellow member asks about earning potential and job availability - there is already that information available so I link to it and then we get a member getting all moral majority about doing that


    There is nothing wrong with linking to good content no matter where it comes from as I thought the point of forums like this was to help everyone out
    • Jadedwords
    • By Jadedwords 4th Mar 14, 8:46 AM
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    Maybe a bit harsh?

    He gave the link (which was helpful - thanks Shabbadoof13) in response to questions about the original topic - it wasn't really spam now, was it?

    Afaik he doesn't have associations with Roamler, which was the original topic, and lots of people who hadn't heard of it before will now have done! Seems a pretty useful thread to me.

    Back on topic: There seem to be quite a few jobs around my local area (Midlands). I'll try and work it into my routine I think - checking for jobs on the way back from work etc. I could see this adding up nicely - every little helps eh
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    • imoneyop
    • By imoneyop 4th Mar 14, 8:50 AM
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    Maybe a bit harsh?

    He gave the link (which was helpful - thanks Shabbadoof13) in response to questions about the original topic - it wasn't really spam now, was it?

    Afaik he doesn't have associations with Roamler, which was the original topic, and lots of people who hadn't heard of it before will now have done! Seems a pretty useful thread to me.

    Back on topic: There seem to be quite a few jobs around my local area (Midlands). I'll try and work it into my routine I think - checking for jobs on the way back from work etc. I could see this adding up nicely - every little helps eh
    Originally posted by Jadedwords
    This is nothing to do with Roamler - it is his repeated spamming of his pathetic site at every chance he gets. He should be well aware of the rules on self-promotion by now, but continues to link to it.
    Last edited by imoneyop; 04-03-2014 at 8:52 AM.
    • imoneyop
    • By imoneyop 4th Mar 14, 8:51 AM
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    There is nothing wrong with linking to good content no matter where it comes from as I thought the point of forums like this was to help everyone out
    Originally posted by shabbadoof13
    Is it good content or just another opportunity to try and plug your crappy site?

    Perhaps a re-read of the rules you agreed to when you signed up is in order, since you don't seem to remember them.
  • shabbadoof13
    Is it good content or just another opportunity to try and plug your crappy site?

    Perhaps a re-read of the rules you agreed to when you signed up is in order, since you don't seem to remember them.
    Originally posted by imoneyop
    Ok so by the logic.

    Say I worked for Roamler (or any other 'work at home scheme') and I linked back to information about that method on say a facebook page that is run by the same company and I am helping people out about that would also get you to press the report button?

    No wonder we see people week after week come onto this forum and asking for help with earning from home. If you provide a link to a site which has the content they are after it shouldn't matter where the link has come from (as we are not talking about a typical spam post here as I am a user who has been thanked many times as you can see by my profile )
    • imoneyop
    • By imoneyop 4th Mar 14, 9:22 AM
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    Ok so by the logic.

    Say I worked for Roamler (or any other 'work at home scheme') and I linked back to information about that method on say a facebook page that is run by the same company and I am helping people out about that would also get you to press the report button?
    Originally posted by shabbadoof13
    That would get you reported for being an unauthorised company representative You really need to take a read of the rules as you seem woefully unaware of them.

    No wonder we see people week after week come onto this forum and asking for help with earning from home. If you provide a link to a site which has the content they are after it shouldn't matter where the link has come from (as we are not talking about a typical spam post here as
    Originally posted by shabbadoof13
    You could have posted the information, but you chose to link to your site, in the hope of getting referrals. It seems the Forum Team agree as you seem to have many posts that have been edited by them to remove your self-promotion (ignoring the ones that they have deleted all together). And then there are your PMs trying to recruit people to your site.

    You keep posting your spam and I'll keep reporting it until either you get the message or the Forum Team gets fed up with having to clean up after you and bans you.

    I am a user who has been thanked many times as you can see by my profile )
    Originally posted by shabbadoof13
    Wow, does that make you feel important?

    Perhaps it is the fact that you try and hide that it it is your site by saying things like "here is a site I found" - typical spammer tactic.
    • scaredofdebt
    • By scaredofdebt 4th Mar 14, 8:01 PM
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    It's like Field Agent, as mentioned above, but it does work on Android.

    I can't see it being that lucrative, you might make a hundred or so quid a month out of it if you can pick up enough jobs and can be bothered.

    But thanks to the OP in any case, I have downloaded it and will check it when I remember to!
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