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shabbadoof13
shabbadoof13 Posts: 137 Forumite
edited 29 April at 1:23PM in Boost your income
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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
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  • Telby01
    Telby01 Posts: 16 Forumite
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    Not heard of this, but sounds good!
  • johnpaul74
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    This Roamler sounds quite interesting I'll give it a whirl.
  • dragilex
    dragilex Posts: 61 Forumite
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    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
    Kayalana99 Posts: 3,626 Forumite
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    dragilex wrote: »
    How does this work in relation to tax? I saw in the T&C you have to make sure your earning are taxed properly.

    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 :-)
    People don't know what they want until you show them.
  • red_devil
    red_devil Posts: 10,793 Forumite
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    You have to do alot of work free before you get paid.
    :footie:
  • justxneedxaxwin
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    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
    dragilex Posts: 61 Forumite
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    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
    Zooca Posts: 205 Forumite
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    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

    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
    dragilex Posts: 61 Forumite
    edited 4 March 2014 at 10:13AM
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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?
  • shabbadoof13
    shabbadoof13 Posts: 137 Forumite
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    dragilex wrote: »
    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?

    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
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