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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Boost Your Income
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  • mikep22mikep22 Forumite
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    Like busses...

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  • AprilLadyAprilLady Forumite
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    Speaking of Circle, anyone had some strange transactions tonight? I've had 4 "You've just received £5.00 from Circle" emails in the last half hour... All say the money's from Circle but it's because someone tried it?! (apologies for slight off topic)
  • AprilLadyAprilLady Forumite
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    Make that 8 emails... Have sent a message to Circle, this is all very strange...
  • MissPopMissPop Forumite
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    mikep22 wrote: »
    So if you cash out once a month, losing 80p - over the course of the year you will lose £9.60. That is around 38 packets of noodles! :eek::eek::rotfl:

    :rotfl: Mike, you need to get your noodles from Aldi, they're only 22p! (I literally thought of you earlier when I saw noodles on the shelf in Aldi :rotfl: )

    To be honest, I get all my survey sites (Swagbucks, Prolific, Qmee) paid to PayPal so I know how much I've earned and can transfer to my bank account all together at the end of each month. Could get a few more quid using vouchers/different payment methods but for example, in June I transferred nearly £100 which was pretty damn useful :D

    Make £2020 in 2020 - £263.78/£2020

    2020 totals
    Swagbucks - £100 | Prolific Academic - £44.54 | Qmee - £10 | PopulusLive - £50

  • Brookside88Brookside88 Forumite
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    MissPop wrote: »
    :rotfl: Mike, you need to get your noodles from Aldi, they're only 22p! (I literally thought of you earlier when I saw noodles on the shelf in Aldi :rotfl: )

    To be honest, I get all my survey sites (Swagbucks, Prolific, Qmee) paid to PayPal so I know how much I've earned and can transfer to my bank account all together at the end of each month. Could get a few more quid using vouchers/different payment methods but for example, in June I transferred nearly £100 which was pretty damn useful :D

    £100 is amazing! Well done. £72 was my best month.
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  • LuSiVeLuSiVe Forumite
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    Yoohoo, I'm back :)

    After a crap year involving back surgery I finally got round to getting my account off On Hold and checking for studies again. Pleasant surprise that I've had about 12 over the last couple of days. I wonder if your naiveness gets reset after a certain amount of time....
  • AprilLadyAprilLady Forumite
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    Hello and welcome back! Sounds like Prolific gave you a good welcome back too!


    (Back surgery? Eek! Hope you've recovered fully now x)
  • MLE007MLE007 Forumite
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    Pleased to see you back LuSiVe, hope you're feeling better, 12 studies sounds great I remember those days! :)
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  • MLE007MLE007 Forumite
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    AprilLady wrote: »
    Speaking of Circle, anyone had some strange transactions tonight? I've had 4 "You've just received £5.00 from Circle" emails in the last half hour... All say the money's from Circle but it's because someone tried it?! (apologies for slight off topic)

    Ooh-err! No strange transactions here - had you posted your link on the referral board or something?
    2019 in 2019 £2776.23
    2018 in 2018 £3864.88
    2017 in 2017 £4727.33
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