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    • Aesop
    • By Aesop 31st Aug 17, 10:30 PM
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    Aesop
    ~Make upto £10 a day in September 2017 ~ - everybody most welcome
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    • 31st Aug 17, 10:30 PM
    ~Make upto £10 a day in September 2017 ~ - everybody most welcome 31st Aug 17 at 10:30 PM
    Hello and welcome everybody



    Happy anniversary Batgirl, your original forum thread is now 10 years old Same age as my DS this year.

    This is the 121st month of this challenge, which was first started by Batgirl, in September 2007. A link here to the original thread as I am sure some of you are interested to read where it all began.

    Thanks to Batgirl for starting it, lynnejk and ALL posters, for helping us to keep the thread going. Thanks to previous challengers who used to run this thread too, Rawdinosaur, Emmaglet, Nat21luv, Monkeynut, Sweetpeas, Purpleroses, JesaRose, MizMir.

    I have decided to rename this challenge as reading posts, it seems to put people off thinking they HAVE TO make £10 a day.

    You don't.

    The original purpose of this challenge was to help people to try and make an extra £10 a day on top of their normal income to help things along. Ie paying off debt, making savings, paying for holidays, overpaying mortgages etc.

    That is exactly what this challenge is about, attempting to make extra income on top of your normal income to help you wherever you need it.

    People start the challenge by setting a goal of £1 a day. Then when they find they are smashing this regularly, they up it to £5 a day. Some of us gluttons for punishment go for £10 a day. It really is entirely upto you. We only ask you to post what your goal is to help you keep motivated. Some days you make more and some days you make less, but aim for extra at the end of the month.

    The idea is that everyone posts how they are making extra money and these shared ideas help all of us to learn new ways to help cut debt or earn/save money.

    What cannot be added:

    Wages from your main job

    What can be added:

    Overtime
    Income from a second job
    Daily clicks
    Interest
    Vouchers
    Mystery shopping
    And much, much more.

    This board moves pretty quickly, so be sure to subscribe and read it regularly. Below are some ideas to get you started and a great place to read when you're in need of inspiration.

    Sell your old books/DVDs/CDs/games here:

    Amazon.co.uk, play.com, webuybooks, zapper, CEX, MusicMagpie, and a few more too

    Ebay - a place to sell anything and everything. (You will be suprised at what sells!)

    Gumtree, Preloved, cquot, ebid, craigslist, vivastreet, netmums.com, trade-it , Friday ad, priceminster - these are all places you can sell items too.

    Survey sites - mysurvey and pinecone, prolific academic tend to be the best but there are many more it really depends on you finding the ones that work best for you - toluna, harris poll, valued opinions etc

    Join cashback sites like Topcashback and Quidco - type in surveys in the search engine and some will pay you to join up with them.

    Mobile phone to recycle? Try http://mobilevaluer.com/ but also check other selling sites like ebay, Facebook selling, gumtree, etc.

    etsy and folksy - If you enjoy making crafts why not have a go at selling them on etsy or folksy. They've been getting increasingly busier each year.

    Trying to find other ways to make money? Check out the Boost Your Income board. It is full of ideas, including survey companies and product testing.

    Want to help someone else out? Sign up through their referral on the referral board, and leave yours, so someone else can do the same for you.

    Keep reading for lots more ideas on how to make more money each month.

    This month's challenge is to try and make £300 (or any amount of course!).
    lynnejk is assisting me and will create the challengers list and update it.

    She will also be answering any questions she can help with and here for general advice. Having been a challenger for a while, she knows her stuff. Thank you lynnejk for your help.

    Good luck everybody. Remember to post any questions or comments that you have, and let's go on encouraging each other throughout this month.
    Make £10 a day September 2017 £81.68.
    August 2017 £390.47
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    • carbootcrazy
    • By carbootcrazy 16th Sep 17, 7:36 PM
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    carbootcrazy

    Did I hear a whisper of 'scrooge' in the background

    Lx
    Originally posted by lynnejk
    You definitely didn't, Lynne. What you could hear was everyone applauding your savviness. Sounds like a lovely trip with lots of boxes ticked. I love getting a bargain. Good for you
    Make £10 A Day Challenge 2017. Jan-Aug: £4112.05 Sept: £119.86
    3-6 Months Emergency Fund Challenge #12: £3733.00/£5000.

    Original Debt: £56804 (@ LBM 02/13). Balance now: £15841
    . Getting there
    • carbootcrazy
    • By carbootcrazy 16th Sep 17, 7:40 PM
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    carbootcrazy
    Oh you just reminded me, I have a pair of ladies construction boots lurking around somewhere. Will have to find them and list them

    Well done OH
    Originally posted by Aesop
    What?. Were they yours? Never had you down for being in the building trade


    I hope the 'lurgy' doesn't develop into anything too nasty. I feel lethargic myself but I think it's just this awful cool and rainy weather. I don't mind the dark evenings but I hate it still being dark in the mornings long after I'm up and about.
    Make £10 A Day Challenge 2017. Jan-Aug: £4112.05 Sept: £119.86
    3-6 Months Emergency Fund Challenge #12: £3733.00/£5000.

    Original Debt: £56804 (@ LBM 02/13). Balance now: £15841
    . Getting there
    • lynnejk
    • By lynnejk 16th Sep 17, 8:35 PM
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    lynnejk
    Thanks. everyone, for your nice comments about the TT sale. What sweet people you all are


    Well, the sale was about as good/bad as expected. It was teeming with rain all morning which doesn't encourage people to venture out but we did have a little flurry of activity around 10.30 when people came in and made a beeline for the bacon sandwich counter.


    Made £34.20 after the table fee so it could have been worse especially as I was only selling really cheap things. The best part was that I didn't have to spend a fortune on petrol as it wasn't far away.
    Originally posted by carbootcrazy
    Brilliant - well done
    Glad it was worth your time and effort and a good turn at the same time - a win-win situation eh
    Lx
    £10day..2014=3213..2015=3421..2016=3238..2017=1795....SEPT=189.80/150
    GrocC..2014=2162..2015=2083..2016=2181..2017=1337....SEPT=102.84/200
    Bulk buy.......SEPT=13.48
    GC.NSD....2015=216....2016=213....2017=126....SEPT=12/15
    SPC130x57...2014=1178...2015=1287...2016=4616. ..2017=764.96
    OS WL= -5/8 ......CC =840......Savings = £9250
    • VintageHistorian
    • By VintageHistorian 16th Sep 17, 8:37 PM
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    VintageHistorian
    Apologies for not posting much on here this month, work has been picking back up and the commute has been hellish recently so I've got very little energy for money making at the moment DX

    Job adverts are starting to pick up again in the city I work in, but the news of Job Spotter has clearly spread as several photos I took last week came up as Duplicated, clearly I need to get back in to the habit of snapping them as soon as I see them, not leaving them until I had a bit more time like I've been doing recently.
    "You won't bloom until you're planted" - Graffiti spotted in Newcastle.

    Make £3 a Day in September 2017 - £23.92/£90 (2017 total - £164.27) | Womble #03 - £4.32 | Overpayments in 2017 - £749.69
    • Hermia
    • By Hermia 16th Sep 17, 10:31 PM
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    Hermia
    Shopprize - £5
    TNS - £10
    Ziffit - £19.51
    WeBuyBooks - £7.50
    Ebay - £2
    Populis - £50

    £156.37/£300
    • lynnejk
    • By lynnejk 16th Sep 17, 11:19 PM
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    Evening folks

    Great to see all the money-making efforts continuing - even though the autumnal drear seems to have had a bit of a dampner on everyone's spirits. Think it's always the same at this time of year at the end of the summer, which is one of the reasons we are off on our holibobs next Tuesday

    We ventured out to the shops today to get DH a new light-weight waterproof jacket to take with us and struck GOLD Went into Tresp*ss to look at their 'end of season' sale and bought a lovely jacket for £40 reduced from £149

    Hope you all have a super Sunday
    Lx
    £10day..2014=3213..2015=3421..2016=3238..2017=1795....SEPT=189.80/150
    GrocC..2014=2162..2015=2083..2016=2181..2017=1337....SEPT=102.84/200
    Bulk buy.......SEPT=13.48
    GC.NSD....2015=216....2016=213....2017=126....SEPT=12/15
    SPC130x57...2014=1178...2015=1287...2016=4616. ..2017=764.96
    OS WL= -5/8 ......CC =840......Savings = £9250
    • carbootcrazy
    • By carbootcrazy 17th Sep 17, 8:52 AM
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    carbootcrazy
    We ventured out to the shops today to get DH a new light-weight waterproof jacket to take with us and struck GOLD Went into Tresp*ss to look at their 'end of season' sale and bought a lovely jacket for £40 reduced from £149

    Hope you all have a super Sunday
    Lx
    Originally posted by lynnejk
    Wow! That really is a bargain. You Scots are a canny lot
    Make £10 A Day Challenge 2017. Jan-Aug: £4112.05 Sept: £119.86
    3-6 Months Emergency Fund Challenge #12: £3733.00/£5000.

    Original Debt: £56804 (@ LBM 02/13). Balance now: £15841
    . Getting there
    • carbootcrazy
    • By carbootcrazy 17th Sep 17, 9:06 AM
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    carbootcrazy
    I bought something essential last week (the only sort of buying I do nowadays) to replace the last one I had which has finally died. It's a family company but at least they are up to date enough to have a website as well as a shop and a thin catalogue.

    They never offer cashback on Quidco/TCB but often send me a MOC which I never need to use. Like I said, I only buy needs not wants. This time I found a free P&P code online and used that as, whatever the value of the orders placed with this company, they still charge £4.99 shipping per order. Every little helps.


    The parcel arrived yesterday and the quality of the item since I bought my last one (admittedly about 5 years ago) has really done down. It is now made in China and looks really cheap and nasty and flimsy. I intend to send it straight back for a full refund.


    Unfortunately the return postage has to be paid by the buyer and it's quite a heavy item. They advise sending by Royal Mail so I'm not a happy bunny. At least i didn't have to pay the original £4.99 postage to get it in the first place. That would have been the last straw.


    Starting off the day with a moan. I hope it's not a sign of what the rest of the day will be like
    Make £10 A Day Challenge 2017. Jan-Aug: £4112.05 Sept: £119.86
    3-6 Months Emergency Fund Challenge #12: £3733.00/£5000.

    Original Debt: £56804 (@ LBM 02/13). Balance now: £15841
    . Getting there
    • Milly-Ann-Molly
    • By Milly-Ann-Molly 17th Sep 17, 3:11 PM
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    Milly-Ann-Molly
    Well a productive day In The garden... I had my little boy helping (9) and asked him to pick the big carrots... whilst I pulled some beetroots up... sadly he couldn't tell 'because they were all underground' and pulled the whole lot out !!! I replanted a few but basically I now have an evening of chutney and carrot jam making planned... blooming hundreds to peel now!!

    I sold the trampoline so I can finally have my lawn back! £35 on Faceb@@@ so happy as it means I've hit target. I will continue making cash this month as it's boiler repairs and car service month... fingers crossed. Planning a few eBay listings over the next few days...

    Hope you're all feeling better with the poorlies going round. Xx

    Make £/day 2017: July: £1302.12 Aug: £2582.32 Sept: £1532.50
    V= 15489 L= 8283, 5220 M= 180863 Quidco £2,128.24 - July 2017 onwards Road Kill £1.77
    Nectar £13.52 Tesco £6.00 Boots £1.14 Morrisons £10 2017 Lottery £14.60 M&S £120
    • tryingtoavoiddebt
    • By tryingtoavoiddebt 17th Sep 17, 6:41 PM
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    tryingtoavoiddebt
    Another 12.20 in ebay sales after fees. £119.98 for month. Not sure how much more I'll get this month. I've not had much luck with surveys this month and I've slowed with swagbucks. Did manage to get the toys I was looking for my wee ones birthday with my amazon vouchers I've earned this month. I've been waiting for the price to drop and today was the day! Hope everyone is has had a good weekend!xx
    • FatVonD
    • By FatVonD 17th Sep 17, 9:09 PM
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    FatVonD
    Nothing to add for me today but I do have two eBay items ending in the week that have watchers and someone coming to collect a £2 FB item in the week also! It's always my mum's stuff that people want on FB, never mine (luckily I get to keep the profits either way!)

    I am back at work next week so will try to get up to payout amount on PA on somebody else's time
    Lunches brought to work in September 6/20 Money saved to date £13.07 (compared to spending three pounds on a meal deal.)

    Make £10 a day in September £288.05/£300 (August£223.95, July £71.45, June £251.22, May£119.33, April £236.24, March £106.74, Feb £40.99, Jan £98.54)
    • carbootcrazy
    • By carbootcrazy 17th Sep 17, 9:24 PM
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    carbootcrazy
    I hope that people have managed to have a productive day even if it hasn't resulted in actually making any money

    It's been a pig of a day for me. There were so many loose ends I wanted needed to tie up online today but my internet connection kept dropping out. It was a case of about 5 minutes on then about 20 minutes off, over and over again for the whole day. It's been stable for the past half hour so I'm madly trying to make up for lost time and get everything done. The trouble is I was up before 6 this morning and I'm not feeling too alert at this time of the evening. I'm tempted to leave everything and come back fresh to it in the morning.

    Since I switched my broadband from BT (who I was always having connection problems with) to PlusNet my connection has been so much more stable. Lets hope today was just a one-off blip


    Goodnight, all
    Make £10 A Day Challenge 2017. Jan-Aug: £4112.05 Sept: £119.86
    3-6 Months Emergency Fund Challenge #12: £3733.00/£5000.

    Original Debt: £56804 (@ LBM 02/13). Balance now: £15841
    . Getting there
    • lynnejk
    • By lynnejk 17th Sep 17, 10:18 PM
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    lynnejk
    I bought something essential last week (the only sort of buying I do nowadays) to replace the last one I had which has finally died. It's a family company but at least they are up to date enough to have a website as well as a shop and a thin catalogue.

    They never offer cashback on Quidco/TCB but often send me a MOC which I never need to use. Like I said, I only buy needs not wants. This time I found a free P&P code online and used that as, whatever the value of the orders placed with this company, they still charge £4.99 shipping per order. Every little helps.


    The parcel arrived yesterday and the quality of the item since I bought my last one (admittedly about 5 years ago) has really done down. It is now made in China and looks really cheap and nasty and flimsy. I intend to send it straight back for a full refund.


    Unfortunately the return postage has to be paid by the buyer and it's quite a heavy item. They advise sending by Royal Mail so I'm not a happy bunny. At least i didn't have to pay the original £4.99 postage to get it in the first place. That would have been the last straw.


    Starting off the day with a moan. I hope it's not a sign of what the rest of the day will be like
    Originally posted by carbootcrazy
    Oh gosh - I'm soo sorry to read that. It must have been quite disappointing as well as annoying, firstly not being up to standard and secondly having to pay the return postage.
    Lx
    £10day..2014=3213..2015=3421..2016=3238..2017=1795....SEPT=189.80/150
    GrocC..2014=2162..2015=2083..2016=2181..2017=1337....SEPT=102.84/200
    Bulk buy.......SEPT=13.48
    GC.NSD....2015=216....2016=213....2017=126....SEPT=12/15
    SPC130x57...2014=1178...2015=1287...2016=4616. ..2017=764.96
    OS WL= -5/8 ......CC =840......Savings = £9250
    • lynnejk
    • By lynnejk 17th Sep 17, 10:21 PM
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    lynnejk
    Well a productive day In The garden... I had my little boy helping (9) and asked him to pick the big carrots... whilst I pulled some beetroots up... sadly he couldn't tell 'because they were all underground' and pulled the whole lot out !!! I replanted a few but basically I now have an evening of chutney and carrot jam making planned... blooming hundreds to peel now!!

    I sold the trampoline so I can finally have my lawn back! £35 on Faceb@@@ so happy as it means I've hit target. I will continue making cash this month as it's boiler repairs and car service month... fingers crossed. Planning a few eBay listings over the next few days...

    Hope you're all feeling better with the poorlies going round. Xx
    Originally posted by Milly-Ann-Molly
    Sorry but I had to laugh about the carrots

    Brilliant news re the trampoline and hope you do well with the cash for your repairs and service
    Lx
    £10day..2014=3213..2015=3421..2016=3238..2017=1795....SEPT=189.80/150
    GrocC..2014=2162..2015=2083..2016=2181..2017=1337....SEPT=102.84/200
    Bulk buy.......SEPT=13.48
    GC.NSD....2015=216....2016=213....2017=126....SEPT=12/15
    SPC130x57...2014=1178...2015=1287...2016=4616. ..2017=764.96
    OS WL= -5/8 ......CC =840......Savings = £9250
    • lynnejk
    • By lynnejk 17th Sep 17, 10:25 PM
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    lynnejk
    Another 12.20 in ebay sales after fees. £119.98 for month. Not sure how much more I'll get this month. I've not had much luck with surveys this month and I've slowed with swagbucks. Did manage to get the toys I was looking for my wee ones birthday with my amazon vouchers I've earned this month. I've been waiting for the price to drop and today was the day! Hope everyone is has had a good weekend! xx
    Originally posted by tryingtoavoiddebt
    You've done well so far and you're not that far off your target with nearly two weeks still to go Do you do Prolific ?? and have a look at Aesop's brilliant posts for more ideas to make some pennies. I'm sure you'll get there

    Well done with the toys and being on top of it to get a bargain Have you added those savings to your total ??
    Lx
    £10day..2014=3213..2015=3421..2016=3238..2017=1795....SEPT=189.80/150
    GrocC..2014=2162..2015=2083..2016=2181..2017=1337....SEPT=102.84/200
    Bulk buy.......SEPT=13.48
    GC.NSD....2015=216....2016=213....2017=126....SEPT=12/15
    SPC130x57...2014=1178...2015=1287...2016=4616. ..2017=764.96
    OS WL= -5/8 ......CC =840......Savings = £9250
    • lynnejk
    • By lynnejk 17th Sep 17, 10:28 PM
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    lynnejk
    Nothing to add for me today but I do have two eBay items ending in the week that have watchers and someone coming to collect a £2 FB item in the week also! It's always my mum's stuff that people want on FB, never mine (luckily I get to keep the profits either way!)

    I am back at work next week so will try to get up to payout amount on PA on somebody else's time
    Originally posted by FatVonD
    You've made a super amount already this month and not far to make your target. Still nearly two weeks to go in September so looking good
    Lx
    £10day..2014=3213..2015=3421..2016=3238..2017=1795....SEPT=189.80/150
    GrocC..2014=2162..2015=2083..2016=2181..2017=1337....SEPT=102.84/200
    Bulk buy.......SEPT=13.48
    GC.NSD....2015=216....2016=213....2017=126....SEPT=12/15
    SPC130x57...2014=1178...2015=1287...2016=4616. ..2017=764.96
    OS WL= -5/8 ......CC =840......Savings = £9250
    • lynnejk
    • By lynnejk 17th Sep 17, 10:32 PM
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    lynnejk
    I hope that people have managed to have a productive day even if it hasn't resulted in actually making any money

    It's been a pig of a day for me. There were so many loose ends I wanted needed to tie up online today but my internet connection kept dropping out. It was a case of about 5 minutes on then about 20 minutes off, over and over again for the whole day. It's been stable for the past half hour so I'm madly trying to make up for lost time and get everything done. The trouble is I was up before 6 this morning and I'm not feeling too alert at this time of the evening. I'm tempted to leave everything and come back fresh to it in the morning.

    Since I switched my broadband from BT (who I was always having connection problems with) to PlusNet my connection has been so much more stable. Lets hope today was just a one-off blip

    Goodnight, all
    Originally posted by carbootcrazy
    Oh no - heartfelt sympathies and a dodgy hug

    I really hope it was just a Sunday blip and it's all sorted okay tomorrow for you.

    Sleep well and sweet dreams
    Lx
    £10day..2014=3213..2015=3421..2016=3238..2017=1795....SEPT=189.80/150
    GrocC..2014=2162..2015=2083..2016=2181..2017=1337....SEPT=102.84/200
    Bulk buy.......SEPT=13.48
    GC.NSD....2015=216....2016=213....2017=126....SEPT=12/15
    SPC130x57...2014=1178...2015=1287...2016=4616. ..2017=764.96
    OS WL= -5/8 ......CC =840......Savings = £9250
    • lynnejk
    • By lynnejk 17th Sep 17, 10:41 PM
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    lynnejk
    So I've totalled up all my bits and bobs from last week.

    Saved £2 in Water's bookstore
    Discounts and multi-buys £25.39 for vapour supplies
    Huge £1.47 from C*X for a couple of DVDs
    Rail savings of £3.15
    Restaurant savings of £5.74
    Surveys of £1.60
    Weekly scans etc of £2.50

    Don't know if I'll do much here tomorrow, as I'll be ironing a couple of things and packing the suitcases and then cleaning out the fridge. We fly out Tuesday and are gone for ten days

    Hope you all have a money-making Monday
    Lx
    £10day..2014=3213..2015=3421..2016=3238..2017=1795....SEPT=189.80/150
    GrocC..2014=2162..2015=2083..2016=2181..2017=1337....SEPT=102.84/200
    Bulk buy.......SEPT=13.48
    GC.NSD....2015=216....2016=213....2017=126....SEPT=12/15
    SPC130x57...2014=1178...2015=1287...2016=4616. ..2017=764.96
    OS WL= -5/8 ......CC =840......Savings = £9250
    • Kantankrus Mare
    • By Kantankrus Mare 17th Sep 17, 11:02 PM
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    Kantankrus Mare
    Hope you have a wonderful holiday Lynne!! Where you going? Sorry if you have already said but had company all afternoon/ evening and quickly skimmed through the thread. X
    Make £10 a day challenge Jan/£215.84/ Feb £146.45/ Mar £192.55/Apr £171.20/ May £156.40/june £95.55/ Jul £383.85/Aug £211.60/Sep £137.50
    Walk 2000 miles in 2017....1361.45 miles
    • cufc_mike
    • By cufc_mike 17th Sep 17, 11:03 PM
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    cufc_mike
    I'm exhausted! Coming to the end of my 2 weeks paternity leave. It's absolutely flown by, but it's well and truly knocked the stuffing out of me. Feel like I'll be going back to work for a rest

    Father in law and his partner are coming to stay for a week, arriving the day I go back to work, so at least my wife will have a bit more support, and it's a bit easier now our 3-year old is back at Nursery. She does 3 full days and 2-half days now.

    Feel like I'm in between a rock and a hard place at this time of night. I'm exhausted and think I should probably just grab some sleep, but at the same time, and selfishly...I need some time just for me.

    Haven't posted for a couple of days, but a small sum to add to the ongoing challenge.

    £20.23 from matched betting

    I've got a PA payout coming too
    Credit Card: 1st Aug 2017 --> £1,371.04 NOW --> £1,083.53
    Make a Payment a Day: £213.51 in Aug, £74.00 in Sep
    Make £200 September Challenge: £217.44 / £200 (£571.88 since Aug '17)
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