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EagerLearner's Guide to Free Daily Cashback - Part Deux!

edited 5 January 2011 at 2:09PM in Debt-Free Wannabe
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  • moi wrote: »
    I only had the cat & mouse once a little while back & haven't risked over-clicking since incase they decided to block me. I got it when I tried on a 5th site, so after 13 clicks.

    You're right Moi, I miscounted - 13 clicks then no more cheese.

    Psychopathbabble - no it's not just you, this is time-consuming and confusing but it gets easier with time as you pick up tricks and techniques. Possibly best to start off with one or two sites and see how it goes? You definitely need to be patient as it usually takes about 3 months before you start reaping. After that, it's pretty good.
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    Thanks blahblahdoh... i got a little sidetracked by all the stupid survey things and pop-ups too... I'm sure I'll get the hang of it, just figured that I spend enough time on the internet doing nothing so might as well try to make a little money from it!
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    jamespir wrote: »
    anytips on motivating myself to do this i do some sites before i go to bed but sometimes i feel not bothered

    also with fatcheese i have 70.00 waitingto be payable and it seems like its been that way for ages anyone know how long till they pay out

    I tell myself the faster I do them the better hourly rate I am on ;)

    Most sites wait until they have been paid before they pay out, and some retailers can take a while, the general rule is 2 to 3 months. Once the money starts coming in though it is regular, again I tell myself it is just like working a month in hand (or therabouts :D)
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  • jamespir wrote: »
    anytips on motivating myself to do this i do some sites before i go to bed but sometimes i feel not bothered

    also with fatcheese i have 70.00 waitingto be payable and it seems like its been that way for ages anyone know how long till they pay out

    Open BBC iPlayer in a separate window and listen to old comedy radio shows while you click.

    If you have an off day, just cherry pick the easy ones or the high value clicks.

    Most sites only pay out after they get paid, and its a bit of a lottery to be honest, but I'd say 3 months is about average.
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    I get mine done while Goldenballs & Eggheads are on :rotfl:

    I only do the 2p or above clicks. Started at the beginning of May but it was about 4 months before I had enough to withraw. (from 4 sites initially then I joined another 4). Yes I was a bit demotivated but I just concentrated on the unconfirmed totals and told myself it'd be payable soon. I'm a member of about 9 or 10 now. Will probably drop a couple when I get my first withdrawl (Quidsinuk & Cashbackxtreme unless they get more dailies).

    I prob get about £40-£50 a month on average, just from clicks, ie no purchases. :beer: (more than i'd get in interest from the bank!) :D

    hth
  • Any tips on what to do/not to do with the insurance quotes on these sites?

    Most have warnings about abuse so I've not really touched them, none of my insurances are due for 8mths at least
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    Thanks fermi:beer::beer:

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  • edited 8 December 2009 at 6:32PM
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    edited 8 December 2009 at 6:32PM
    doublesix wrote: »
    Any tips on what to do/not to do with the insurance quotes on these sites?

    Most have warnings about abuse so I've not really touched them, none of my insurances are due for 8mths at least


    "Most have warnings about abuse"

    "none of my insurances are due for 8mths at least"



    You appear to have answered your own question ;)

    Only tip is to click through to an Insurance Company from the search results in order for such searches to track. ;)
  • mark1966mark1966 Forumite
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    doublesix wrote: »
    Any tips on what to do/not to do with the insurance quotes on these sites?

    Most have warnings about abuse so I've not really touched them, none of my insurances are due for 8mths at least
    Have you got friends and family whos house/car insurance is coming up for renewal maybee you could get quotes for them and get a bit of cashback for yourself in the process?
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