~Make upto £10 a day May 2018~

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  • QueenJess
    QueenJess Forumite Posts: 3,304
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    . Am also tantalisingly close to a £50 payout on YouGov. .

    OOh - that's exciting! I am only halfway through mine... it is taking forever. I am at £42 on Newvista though so hopefully can get a cheque soon on that one. Not sure yet whether I'll continue with it though.
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  • FrankieM
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    2 of my 6 items on ebay sold. I won't add the money till I've deducted postage and fees.

    They only went for their starting prices, which I'd set low enough to entice bidders, not thinking that would be it. I'm not sure I really get on with ebay...or selling! It's probably why I've done overtime!

    Anyway, I think I'm going to give shpock a go and I'm going to try and get my swagbucks goal done daily.

    I seriously don't know how you all do so much. I get home from work and all I can think of is slobbing in front of the tv until bed time. How do you find the motivation ? :/
  • Kantankrus_Mare
    Kantankrus_Mare Forumite Posts: 6,079
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    FrankieM wrote: »
    2 of my 6 items on ebay sold. I won't add the money till I've deducted postage and fees.

    They only went for their starting prices, which I'd set low enough to entice bidders, not thinking that would be it. I'm not sure I really get on with ebay...or selling! It's probably why I've done overtime!

    Anyway, I think I'm going to give shpock a go and I'm going to try and get my swagbucks goal done daily.

    I seriously don't know how you all do so much. I get home from work and all I can think of is slobbing in front of the tv until bed time. How do you find the motivation ? :/

    I tend to do stuff that needs no brain power whilst watching the telly such as moving on videos on Gifthulk or swagbucks and doing minute wall clicks on instagc.

    These dont put big amounts in the coffers but I feel like I am doing something and every little helps. Then when I have the time and motivation I will look on prolific and do some surveys which are usually interesting but find I need to sit quietly on my own to do these. I dont check on there often enough and think I could earn more over all if I concentrated on them a bit more but as I say........sometimes Im brain dead after a busy day at work so just click click click click. :D

    Have just moved my earnings from paypal to add to my tips and other bits and bobs. Had £400 so as we are a bit flush in the current account at the moment, added another 100 to make a £500 mortgage overpayment. :j Will update when my next mortgage payment goes out.

    Still waiting for a swagbucks paypal payout that is taking its time.
    £14.70 tips to add for a couple of days.
    .32 citizen me
    £1.32 interest

    £16.34 total
    Make £10 a Day Feb .....£75.... March... £65......April...£90.....May £20.....June £35.......July £60
  • FrankieM
    FrankieM Forumite Posts: 2,454
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    Morning

    I've moved my ebay earnings from paypal. It comes to just over £50 with postage costs taken out but I don't know how much ebay fees will be. Is there any way of finding out?
    I may just put £50 towards my total and have done with it.

    I was expecting to be paid from my weekend job today but I've not received anything. I'm not sure if I've myself confused with the payment runs because of them not paying me last month. I'm going to give them a ring today and see whats happening.

    I've also relisted my items that didn't sell on ebay. On 'buy it now' and I'll just let it tick over and see what happens.

    Due to some family stuff, I've had no time this week to get any surveys done so it's all a bit lacking. :(
  • FrankieM
    FrankieM Forumite Posts: 2,454
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    I found the fees on ebay. £6.37! Wow! Who knew you paid fees on the postage...I'm pretty speechless.

    S minus those, I've made £45.96 so far for May. It has felt like a lot of work for what is essentially 2 days of money.

    Still, it's money I didn't have last month so I'm going to try and look on the positive :)
  • shariann
    shariann Forumite Posts: 1,027 Forumite
    Ebay fees are extortionate! But like you said it!!!8217;s all extra money so well done.

    It!!!8217;s been very quiet on here again the last few days. Hope everyone is ok xx
    £10 a day April - £4/£300
    2014 £110.92 2015 £3732.30 2016 £1633.66 2017 £2991.70 2018 £3255.40
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  • Milly-Ann-Molly
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    Good evening all. Just been catching up on your money making and sunshine shenanigans. well done everyone. This is a fabulous group for motivation. I have started reciept hogging and am nearly at 1000 pig points... 2/3 of the way there to my first cash out.

    Have been busy with hours at work (zero hours contracts suck BUT at the moment I have 15-20 hours a week so am looking forward to payday)

    I have been a busy bee... finally sold our trailer (havent had a towbar since octobers car change! £250 thanks eBay... (on their £1 fee deal too haha)

    Managed amazon book sale, facebook sales, MOCs, Nectar points (with extra points coupons too - all in my xmas pot), quidco cashback, bank interest, DH pay rise and a 3% pension increase.

    It was slowly adding up...then I got another PPI letter from the claims company we are using...I had been told I had NO PPI and yet LLoyds have found now some... yay... so after the claims company take their 30% cut!!! We will have a lovely wedge left (Bye bye CC final balance woohoo) when it finally gets paid to us (apparently in the next 2 weeks) we will have a rather respectable May total of £2529.71 after fees, taxes and other expenses have been removed.

    I can't wait to add my wage packet too...Might actually break even this month. FINALLY... and I have my driveway back... no more ugly trailer :j (no more mouldy 'car boot loot' store either)
    Make £/day February: £163.83 / £290
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  • Kantankrus_Mare
    Kantankrus_Mare Forumite Posts: 6,079
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    Thats a fantastic amount Milly!! :j

    Well done!

    Just a small addition of £5 paypal from Swagbucks to add for me.
    Make £10 a Day Feb .....£75.... March... £65......April...£90.....May £20.....June £35.......July £60
  • [Deleted User]
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    edited 12 May 2018 at 6:55PM
    Wow, Milly-Ann-Molly, that's a mind-blowing amount and we're not even halfway through the month yet:eek:. Congratulations:beer:


    Well done everyone else who has made any extra so far this month:T:beer:


    My two mega (to me anyway) payment cheques have now cleared and the money safely in my bank account. This is probably a once in a lifetime amount to make in one month but I'm enjoying the feeling of having it while it lasts:j

    • £187 from a real life auction (after their exorbitant fees have been deducted)
    • £663 from a PPI claim on a very small, short-lived loan
    Back now to my usual scraping around for scraps, such as roadkill or MOCs. Had no luck with WBB and Ziffit at the weekend, they either didn't want my books or offered something like 30p each:eek:. I can get more than that for them at a car boot:j so I didn't bother sending a boxful off for a pittance.
  • Woody2202
    Woody2202 Forumite Posts: 12 Forumite
    Could I join if possible don't think I could make £10 per day but I would like to make £150 per month from eBay, also a small amount would be from quidco and interest
    Virtual Sealed Pot #27 £11.04/£100
    Make £10 A Day In June 0.00/£150
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