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OhMyDosh! Complete offers to earn cash payments

edited 2 February 2019 at 1:17AM in Referrers
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NethersparkNetherspark Forumite
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edited 2 February 2019 at 1:17AM in Referrers
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https://ohmydosh.co.uk



OhMyDosh! is a new website where you can complete offers, such as surveys, free trials, competitions and more for cash payments. For example sign up for a free Now TV trial and earn £5.

Some of the offers can look a little dodgy, and frankly you should always check the terms and conditions of whatever offers you're signing up for, but it's perfectly legitimate and payments are handled within 30-60 days. It's run by a company called "Submission Technology" and is very similar to many other websites they have ran in the past, except you can pick and choose any offers you want. At the end of day it's a neat way to earn a little extra money.

It works more or less the same as any cashback website - they earn a comission for each person they direct to their advertisers and they split that comission with you: https://ohmydosh.co.uk/how-does-it-work

If you sign up using my link below you'll recieve a £1 bonus (I recieve £5)

https://ohmydosh.co.uk/validate/refer_a_friend/welcome/629?keyword=referred


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Updated 01/02/2019:

After using OhMyDosh for some time I had an issue that severely damaged my trust with them. Basically, I completed an offer which was then rejected due to them recording my 'clicks' as a different date, despite being presented with proof to the contrary. Multiple tickets I submitted about it were closed immediately or seemed to have been deleted. Luckily for me it was a "no-spend" offer, but if it had been I would have ended up out of pocket with nothing to show for it.

They only changed their mind and agreed to pay me when I updated this thread to warn others. I'm updating it again now for transparency.

I'm not going to tell you to stay away. I'm sure you can still make some money from OhMyDosh, but I am only saying my trust in them is greatly diminshed, to the point where (if I ever go back) I wouldn't risk doing anything that requires spending money upfront, as I had done in the past.
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  • renifer7renifer7 Forumite
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    Hi,
    Unfortunately my browser says that the connection to the website is not secure hence beware when entering personal details.. :/
    B)
  • MaxPerwerMaxPerwer Forumite
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    Thanks for sharing :) I've already joined otherwise I'd have used your link!
  • edited 13 February 2018 at 5:44PM
    NethersparkNetherspark Forumite
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    edited 13 February 2018 at 5:44PM
    Hi,
    Unfortunately my browser says that the connection to the website is not secure hence beware when entering personal details.. :/
    That's odd, try adding an S to the end of HTTP in the referral link. Once you do that your browser should then let you through without any warnings. In fact I've added it to the referral link in the original post.

    The site is secure and does use the HTTPS protocol, it just seems that the link left it out for some reason. When you're on the website look up at the address bar, you should see both the padlock symbol and the HTTPS prefix.
  • chalexchalex Forumite
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    Unfortunately this is run by Submission Technology Ltd, a business who are known to be proponents of ethically questionable incentive websites.

    They used to run a site called PaidOffers.co.uk, which received a lot of negative press and a couple of ASA citations for misleading its users. PaidOffers was also a cashback ladder whereby it was next to impossible to actually earn anything. OhMyDosh, as far as I can tell, is exactly the same concept under a new name (PaidOffers is now closed).

    See below links for further info:
    theguardian.com/money/2014/aug/22/when-a-cashback-promise-seems-too-good-to-be-true
    asa.org.uk/rulings/submission-technology-ltd-a12-209591.html
    asa.org.uk/rulings/Submission-Technology-Ltd-A14-275680.html

    Remember, if it seems too good to be true, it normally is!
  • NethersparkNetherspark Forumite
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    Yes it is run by Submission, but I've not heard of those other websites so I can't really speak about them. There's no difficulty in earning money in OhMyDosh. You just pick an offer, complete the requirements and after a confirmation period get paid. It's fairly similar to their 20 Cogs website, which I personally got £266 from.

    Obviously due diligence is always required, but I'm not seeing any bad practices from them so far. Should that change I'll update the thread immediately and warn people to stay away.

    I'm up to £76 now and currently waiting for it to clear.
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  • BrowntoaBrowntoa Forumite, Board Guide
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    To the company rep who replied, you do not have "company permission to post"

    You need to email [email protected] who will either allow you to post or reply on your behalf
    Links in my signature currently broken
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  • OhMyDoshOhMyDosh Organisation Representatives - Private Messages may not be monitored
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    Hi chalex (and other viewers of this thread),

    There was a Twitter account (johnsmi94906218 - which is now closed) Tweeting bloggers and reviewers we have recently worked with addressing the same points within this new post on March 1st, given this Twitter account appeared the same day you posted your message, I am going to make the assumption that you also created the Twitter account. Thankfully, these reviewers (many of whom we have been working with for years) came back and responded to your Tweets to defend us.

    Regarding your post, I would also encourage users to view the links above linking to an article written in 2014, an ASA Adjudication from 2013 and one from 2014. These issues were promptly addressed by us over 4 years ago.

    OhMyDosh is NOT “exactly the same concept under a new name” as you have stated in your post. If you wish to learn more about how OhMyDosh works, please visit the ‘How It Works’ page (I won’t post a link as I do not want to break any MSE forum rules, but you can find it at the bottom of our offer page).

    OhMyDosh has been live for a month and we have already started paying our members who reached the £10 cash out point.

    You can read reviews of OhMyDosh with respected bloggers on our homepage including: Emma Drew, Ashleigh Money Saver, The Mini Millionaire and many more.

    As Netherspark has quite rightly pointed out, Submission Technology also runs 20 Cogs which to date has paid £564,727 to our members in the 2 years we have been live.

    chalex, I would encourage you to get in contact with us directly if you wish to discuss OhMyDosh at length to help you get a better understanding of the site. As your post is exactly the same as one you’ve posted in the past on this forum but changed the name to OhMyDosh, I don’t think you have taken the time to research OhMyDosh.

    I would not like this thread to turn into a conversation between you and I, as I’m sure the MSE admins would agree, so as I said before I do encourage you to reach out and get in touch.

    I am extremely proud of the site we have created and I am keen to clear our name as quickly as possible. I would be more than happy to speak on the phone to you if needed.
    Verified Company
    I am a verified representative of OhMyDosh. MSE has given permission for me to post in response to queries about the company so that I can help solve issues. You can see my name on the Verified Companies list. I am not allowed to tout for business at all. If you believe I am please report it to [email protected] This does NOT imply any form of approval of my company or its products by MSE.

    Moneyfacts Awards 2019 Shortlisted:
    Cashback Site Of The Year
  • edited 15 May 2018 at 4:31PM
    tonycotteetonycottee Forumite
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    edited 15 May 2018 at 4:31PM
    OhMyDosh wrote: »

    You can read reviews of OhMyDosh with respected bloggers on our homepage including: Emma Drew, Ashleigh Money Saver, The Mini Millionaire and many more.

    These are top bloggers, but did they review your site off their own back or were they paid?

    Here is an unpaid review of OhMyDosh
  • OhMyDoshOhMyDosh Organisation Representatives - Private Messages may not be monitored
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    tonycottee wrote: »
    These are top bloggers, but did they review your site off their own back or were they paid?

    Hi Tony,

    As you can see from the articles some of these were in collaboration or sponsored content. However, we did not tell the reviewers what to say in their articles, we simply told them about the site, asked if they were interested in working with us, then let them head off to use the site and come back to us with their reviews. All these bloggers/reviewers have spent years building up their following and reputation therefore would not put their name to something they did not think was a good product or would not be useful for their followers.

    In addition to the reviews on our site, we have just started adding member interviews to our blog for users who have already been paid out since joining the site - https://ohmydosh.co.uk/blog

    Hope this clears things up.

    Thanks,
    Dale
    Verified Company
    I am a verified representative of OhMyDosh. MSE has given permission for me to post in response to queries about the company so that I can help solve issues. You can see my name on the Verified Companies list. I am not allowed to tout for business at all. If you believe I am please report it to [email protected] This does NOT imply any form of approval of my company or its products by MSE.

    Moneyfacts Awards 2019 Shortlisted:
    Cashback Site Of The Year
  • NethersparkNetherspark Forumite
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    I received my first payment of £17.50 a while ago, everything went through just fine. I have another £101 ready to withdraw too!

    So everything's looking good so far.
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