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Results: How much money have you made from free daily clicks?

Over £100 per year

47.11% • 57 votes

Over £150 per year

14.88% • 18 votes

Over £250 per year

7.44% • 9 votes

Over £350 per year

6.61% • 8 votes

£500 +

23.97% • 29 votes

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121 votes in total.

  • FIRST POST
    • EagerLearner
    • By EagerLearner 7th Dec 09, 1:04 PM
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    EagerLearner
    EagerLearner's Guide to Free Daily Cashback - Part Deux!
    • #1
    • 7th Dec 09, 1:04 PM
    EagerLearner's Guide to Free Daily Cashback - Part Deux! 7th Dec 09 at 1:04 PM
    SEE MARTIN'S GREAT ARTICLE ON CASHBACK SITES:
    http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/cashback-sites-comparison/


    Hi all,

    My old thread here:
    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=609037

    Got rather long (over 200 pages and 217,000 views!), so here's a fresh part Deux

    After creating my 'Making £3 a day from cashback sites guide' I realised that perhaps those that have been e-mailed it and started to use it would like a Q&A page where we can all talk about the free clicks, what's working and what's not, when payments come in, bonuses and more

    [[[ Don't have a guide? It's now worth over £1.50 per day! See below and I will e-mail you the official clicking guide for this thread ]]]

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    UPDATE SEPTEMBER 2010 - 3 easy steps!
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Step 1) Cashback Info: You're thinking - what - making free money from clicking? How does it work? How do I start? So step 1 is relax - I will try to explain all!

    Step 2) Get my Official Free Clicking Guide via MSE: Just PM me your e-mail address for a copy of the latest guide to be e-mailed to you. This will contain all the current sites, free daily clicks and sign ups that I am recommending for anyone starting out.
    Please forgive any delay in e-mailing it to you as I have full and part time work commitments, but I promise I will.
    WARNING: Due to the popularity of this guide you may find others contact you with a 'similar' copy, or directing you to other websites - BEWARE - my guide comes from me and no-one else.

    Step 3) Join us on here for a chat and read the FAQ below - Follow the guide instructions and then drop a message on this thread to say hello and join the friendly Clicking Club! You simply need to pop a message on here saying hello, how much you would aim to earn from free clicks, and what you will use the free cash towards. Paying off debts? Christmas? A holiday? A special weekend away?

    See what others are aiming for and what they plan to spend their on below.


    It can sometimes be a bit scary to start clicking, therefore this page would be somewhere to ask questions / double check things etc, so others can learn too. I can assure you though, that once you start you won't look back - I still regret not knowing about the clicks in 2006 or earlier but there you go

    I think this way we can build a resourceful post that can help people earn lots for the coming year.
    With everyone on here following the steps correctly and taking advantage of little offers here and there, we can all build up some nice free cash pots

    Clicking Club 2010

    Lots of people have now joined in - here are some clickers' Aims and Objectives for the free cash they earn this year.

    Name / Goal for free cash made from clicking:

    acerb - Goal: £100 to take loved ones to Alton Towers / Current:
    aspella - Goal: £750 in 2009 / Current: £440.62
    AussieBrit- Goal: £1000 in 2009 / Current: £250
    Aureol212 Goal: £500 for Xmas hol / Current: £
    Bella2121 - Goal: ???????? / Goal: £60.00/ Current:
    Becky99 - Goal: Free Christmas 09 / Current: £124.03
    Benemum - Goal: £££ towards c/card / Current: £
    Bevan840- Goal: £100 towards Honeymoon /Current:
    billyboys2008- Goal: £600 for 2010 / Current:
    Bristol Leeds Fan- Goal: £700 / Current: £158.76
    canesmum- Goal: £5 a month = £60 for 2009 / Current:
    cash-magnet- Goal: £40 a month / Current:£201.62
    complimentschemistry- Goal: £200 towards Xmas 10 / Current:£
    CrazyGum- Goal: £300 for 2009 for hospitality at Rangers FC / Current:
    Daps - Goal:£150.00/Current: £160+
    Debrag - Goal: Free christmas 09 or debt payment Current:
    Dilfred- Goal: £100 for Xmas 09/ Current: £15.00
    Diffusion- Goal: £720 for 2010/ Current: £55
    EagerLearner - Goal: Free Christmas 10 / Goal: £375.00 / Current: £247.89
    Elbee- Goal: Free Christmas 10 / Goal: £ / Current:
    Eloeeze - Goal: extra dosh for hols / Current:
    EmptyPurse - Goal: Clothes and shoes for summer Current:
    first_faithuk - Goal: Free Christmas 08 Current:
    Fortune- Goal:????????/ Current:
    Gaz - Goal: £500 for Christmas and holiday spending / Current: £165
    Geranium72 - Goal: Reducing heavy debt / Current:
    Happy Sausage - Goal: £350.00 towards xmas 09 / Current:
    Highroller - Goal: Pay off overdraft and loan / Current:
    Icanandwillsavemoney - Goal: Free Christmas 09 Current:
    Imagia - Goal: MP3 Player and free Xmas 09 Current:
    In spired2- Goal: £350.00 towards xmas 2010 / Current:
    JadeLD- Goal: £100 towards Xmas Food & drink / Current: £7.90
    JesaRose - Goal: Anything towards a deposit Current:
    JIG- Goal: £200 min toPay down £1200 overdraft Current:
    jo1981 - Goal: £150 towards Xmas / Current:
    Jo41- Goal: To save any money for Xmas / Current:
    Kindlesgirl - Goal: £££ towards Xmas / Current: £59.48
    Leggsy - Goal: £££ towards paying off car loan / Current: £
    LadyFromVenice - Goal: Any free cash / Current: £115.61
    LindsayO - Goal: £500 by Xmas / Current:
    Linz - Goal: Reduce Mortgage - £500 in 2010/ Current: £502.66 ** TARGET REACHED **
    Lillith1980 - Goal: £200 by Xmas / Current:
    Littlesusie- Goal: £900 for 2010 / Current: £125.02
    Lynneee - Goal: Free Xmas 09 / Current:
    Lurky Lurky- Goal: £100 / Current:
    Malteaser1988 - Goal: Anything towards savings / Current:
    MincePie - Goal: £500 / Current: £199.05
    Marru - Goal: Anything towards filling ISA / Current:
    Mhairimacd- Goal: £100 by Dec 2010 / Current:
    Missvivienne- Goal:Anything towards filling ISA / Current:
    Moggygems - Goal: Aiming for free Xmas 09 / Current:
    Money Fritter: Goal: £150 towards a long weekend / Current:
    Moneymakingmum - Goal: Aiming for £100 / Current:
    moreliens- Goal: £50 a quarter / Current:
    Mowen81 - Goal: ???????? / Current:
    Mrspanda - Goal: renew house insurance for free / Current:
    MrsTreacle - Goal: Any extra cash / Current:
    Nannychook- Goal: Any extra cash / Current: £70.04
    Naomim - Goal: £15 a month / Current:
    Nickynoo: Goal: £100 for Debt repayment/ Current: £
    Nmjams - Goal: External hard-drive / Current:
    Noodle 84- Goal: £200/ Current:
    Nomorespending - Goal: £350.00 / Current:
    Notisis - Goal: Free Xmas 09 / Current:
    NPowerUser - Goal: Xmas 09 / Current:
    NumptyMonkey - Goal: £1000/ Current: £1136.52 - TARGET REACHED!!!
    Nykmedia - Goal: £15 a month / Current:
    Panambi- Goal: £500 to pay for Christmas/ Current:
    Paddingtondoo - towards wedding & daughter's Xmas pressies / Current:
    P_Larkin99: Goal: £1000 by Xmas 09 (inc purchases) / Current: £220
    Persephonna20: Goal: £50 By Xmas 09 / Current:
    PinkJen: Goal: Pay off debts/ £100 / Current: £61.28
    Pippad - Goal: £500 to spend at Xmas / Current:
    P05tcard: Goal: Any extra cash / Current:
    Pudge1: Goal: £150 towards gas bill/Current:
    R.mac: Goal: £15 a month / Current:
    Roxy7699- Goal: £153 by Xmas / Current:
    RufusDog - Goal: Money for daughter school trips / Current:
    SassySamatha16 - Goal: Towards Summer holiday 09 / Current:
    Shazand - Goal: Free Christmas 09 Current:
    Silaqui - Goal: £To be debt free by Dec 09 Current: £152
    Silvertree - Goal: £305 / Current:
    smcshane- Goal: £250 for 2010 / Current:
    Socks42 - Goal: Spending money re trip to EuroDisney in August / Current:
    Soma- Goal: £100 by Christmas 2010 / Current:
    Sparky0107 - Goal: To have enough to buy a Wii Current:
    Sqwiggles- Goal: £500 towards a holiday in 2011 Current:
    StinkyBell - Goal: Pay off overdraft (£226.14) / Current:
    Strumpet - Goal: £10 a week / Current:
    sweetemotion - Goal: £300/ Current: £105.57
    Tigger4 - Goal:Xmas spending / Current:
    Treacle1983 - Goal: £100 Xmas spending / Current:
    Venom1983- Goal: Towards holiday & Christmas 10 / Goal: £ / Current:
    Wannabemoneysavingstar - Goal: £1000 towards paying off debt / Current:
    Wayrin - Goal: £200 towards Xmas & birthdays / Current:
    yellowmonkey: Goal: aiming for a golf holiday Current:


    Please post a message on this board with your goals for the daily click free cash made, if you would like to be added to this list.

    At the end of each month, PM me your overall clicking cash total and I will update it next to your name on the list.


    Frequently Asked Questions

    How do I get a copy of this free Clicking Guide from EagerLearner ?

    Please pop me a private message with your e-mail address - I can then e-mail you the very latest copy of my official guide. Don't accept supposed official copies from others or visit any sites - my guide either comes from me, or from my blog, nowhere else. It may take me a few days due to work commitments but I will always, always get back to you.



    ... but I can't seem to open the files?
    In order to view Excel (green icon with an 'X' on it), or Word documents (blue icon with a 'W' on it) you must have Microsoft Office installed. This means you would also have Microsoft Word (blue icon), Microsoft Outlook (yellow icon) and Powerpoint etc installed.

    However... it sounds like your pc might not have the original software package installed - my best suggestion is for you to head for the free version. Developers and software afficionados who dislike the Microsoft monopoly have created free versions of all Mr Gates' programmes, that work very similarly, but free. Martin has articles on this here on the site which I recommend you read, but after that, go to this link:
    http://openoffice.org-suite.com/index.asp?aff=101&camp=gg_oo_uk&se=google

    Download this package to your computer and you will then be able to view all the files that you receive in from people in Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc. However, it may not be *quite* the same, but close enough if you don't fancy buying the original Microsoft Office package. You might also want to use GoogleDocs for Excel and Word etc.

    OR:

    Hotmail sometimes 'hide the contents of the message' if they don't recognise the sender of an e-mail. Click 'show message contents' at the top and this should open the attached files. (Thanks to Silaqui for this tip for Hotmail users)


    I like the idea, but will I get loads of spam mail if I sign up to these sites?
    The cashback siets themselves should not pass your info to anyone. They may send you their own newsletters or details of their own latest offers. However they're not bad, if you really want to you can unsubscribe from these via each cashback site via e-mail or via your control panel. Check each site for their policy.

    It's the competition websites I have found the worst - they seem to sell on info or pass it on to their sister sites etc. Catalougue sites are also annoying simply for the junk mail, but I guess if you keep track of who you signed up to, you could later call them to unsubscribe.


    I have now signed up to all sites but one won't work due to my e-mail address?
    Sadly some sites will not accept Hotmail addresses - if you have problems, simply register with a non-Hotmail address (thanks to Steevp for this tip).


    How long will this daily clicking for cash take me?
    Well it varies per person - some (with experience) do it in 20 mins, others take longer. An average maybe 30 minutes but you can improve with experience. Follow some of the tips on here for speeding up the process. Don't get waylaid by ads, close all windows at once rather than individually, get used to what search terms work etc. Importantly, remember that you are working for this free cash, and as such, you need to dedicate reasonable time to it rather than getting frustrated if it takes more than 10 minutes of your time. I average 20 minutes but I don't do certain clicks and I have a years worth of clicking behind me.

    OK, I am ready to go - how do I start?
    See Diffusions great breakdown of how to click here:
    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showpost.php?p=31141329&postcount=1662
    The next section on clicking is very important so make sure you read it...


    How do I clear cookies?
    Always delete cookies in between visiting cashback sites, or you could end up with £0 for your efforts at clicking. See the guide for more details on how to.

    and on Opera? (thanks to Ploddy for this info!)

    To clear cookies in Opera (Free Web Browser)
    Click on Tools
    Click Delete Private Data
    Click on Details
    Select:
    Delete temporary cookies
    Delete all cookies.
    Unselect everything else
    Click on delete

    *HINT*
    Sites like Searchchief, Cascadecompare, Wow etc all etc search engines such as kelkoo or Shopping.com etc.

    If you haven't cleared cookies between those clicks then it is unlikely
    to track properly.

    You will be able to see which engine is behind each click, as in the new screen it usually says 'search Powered By Kelkoo' etc.



    Shopping Comparison Clicks are not tracking - why?
    For example - High Street Web, Kelkoo etc - If they are not tracking check that you are you definately going all the way through to the destination site and clicking a few times? It's not enough to just do a search on Erdoh (or Kelkoo, High street web etc) - you do need to do a search, click on the search result and then go to the third party site (and click a couple pages there to be sure). Also of course ensure you always clear cookies, or you could end up with £0 for your efforts at clicking!


    Loyalty Shopper hasn't updated my statement?
    They do take a while to update your total points - it should be twice per week but if often delayed. Be sure to check your actual statement on the homepage. If any queries, do e-mail them they're very helpful.

    Save time by Opening various windows - this is exactly what you should do as per the tips in my guide. Example: When you are on cashback site #1, eagerly awaiting to do all your clicks within that site, don't bother opening and closing each click when you are done with the click. Instead do all, then when you exit that cashback site close all windows at the same time. Then clear cookies and move on to the next cashback site etc etc. Saves a bunch of time.

    Save time by using shortcuts
    Thanks to Diffusion for the info below:

    To delete cookies:
    CTRL+SHIFT+DEL


    CTRL + W to CLOSE TAB
    ( + W on a Mac)

    CTRL + TAB (+ SHIFT) to GO TO NEXT TAB TO THE RIGHT (LEFT)
    (alt and and left or right on a Mac)

    CTRL + 1-9 to GO TO TAB NUMBER 1, 2, 3...
    ( and 1-9 on a Mac)

    CTRL + click on link to OPEN IN NEW TAB (without leaving page you're currently on)
    ( and click on link on a Mac)


    Save time by pre-completing forms - Thanks fo *madcat* for this suggestion for a time saving tool:
    http://www.roboform.com/download.html


    Clicking has not showed up as cash yet?
    You may have clicked like a mad thing on a cashback site yesterday, or a few days ago, and you haven't seen any cash appear in your account. Fear not - it often takes a while for the clicks to be verified and appear on your account. Continue to click daily and in time you will stop worrying about these, as they will continue to drip in and you will always be one step ahead with your clicking accruing cash for the coming weeks. It takes time... and patience... some may eventually track, others may not, but overall if you just concentrate on the routine rather than individual clicks, you should see your overall totals build up over time. Please allow a minimum of 12-14 weeks to see whether your totals are tallying up overall.
    *** Do Not Give Up ***


    If I do a certain click on one cashback site, will I be able to do the same click, on another cashback site?
    Yes - as long as you clear your cookies between each of the cashback sites on the routine, each cashback site will recognise your click, even if you already did that click on another site. They pay you for what you do on their cashback site, not what you click on other cashback sites, hence lots of chances to earn money.


    I can't easily find the Daily Clicks on each Cashback site?
    I know at the start it can seem daunting but I promise it isn't - you just need to search for the clicks within the cashback site. Some cashback sites make it easier by providing a specific 'Daily Clicks' section, but overall they don't want you to simply click those links, so you need to search and then save each click to your favourites within that cashback site (if favourites are available). Sometimes the cash-making clicks may be inside sections called 'Easy Clicks', 'Instant Cash', 'Quick Cash' 'Daily Clicks' etc - just search around and experiment.


    Oh, I want to make more money!
    If you really want to boost your earnings, here are some ideas:
    - Look for special offers on each cashback site - LS and MBM are great on these
    - Check if there are bonus points or payments to be had on purchases
    - Buy all your Xmas, Birthday gifts via cashback sites
    - Refer friends or family so they can join and save money too
    - Make notes in your diary as to when your home insurance, travel insurance, car insurance, breakdown insurance etc run out. Then use a comparison website to see who is cheapest. THEN check each cashback site to see if they have that chosen cheapest supplier.

    How do I make 10,000 points on Moneybackmadness for signing up?
    You simply have to go to their main site, not the forum, log-in and on the left side of the web-site there should be a tab named "my account". Once you click on this there will be an option to add your bonus monster points to your account, you can also add the points you gain from forum posts here.


    Highstreet Cashback... from online sites!
    Some cashback sites now offer High Street cashback which is fantastic - just register your debit card / credit card and you will earn up to 4% for just shopping on the high street! This then gets credited to your online account as part of your balance.


    Remember to always clear cookies ;o)
    Last edited by EagerLearner; 05-01-2011 at 12:09 PM.
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    • idlesaver
    • By idlesaver 7th Dec 09, 9:56 PM
    • 4,278 Posts
    • 59,812 Thanks
    idlesaver
    clicks sometimes take a while to track....
    • blahblahdoh
    • By blahblahdoh 7th Dec 09, 10:15 PM
    • 425 Posts
    • 1,051 Thanks
    blahblahdoh
    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.
    Originally posted by moi
    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.
    • psychopathbabble
    • By psychopathbabble 7th Dec 09, 10:50 PM
    • 5,860 Posts
    • 38,828 Thanks
    psychopathbabble
    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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  • *madcat*
    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
    Originally posted by jamespir
    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 )
    • blahblahdoh
    • By blahblahdoh 8th Dec 09, 12:10 AM
    • 425 Posts
    • 1,051 Thanks
    blahblahdoh
    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
    Originally posted by jamespir
    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.
    • linz
    • By linz 8th Dec 09, 6:10 AM
    • 1,606 Posts
    • 4,382 Thanks
    linz
    I get mine done while Goldenballs & Eggheads are on

    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. (more than i'd get in interest from the bank!)

    hth
  • DoubleSix
    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
    • fermi
    • By fermi 8th Dec 09, 4:02 PM
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    • Numpty Monkey
    • By Numpty Monkey 8th Dec 09, 4:05 PM
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    Numpty Monkey
    Thanks fermi

    I've forgot what I was going to say
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    • bristolleedsfan
    • By bristolleedsfan 8th Dec 09, 4:29 PM
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    bristolleedsfan
    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
    Originally posted by DoubleSix

    "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.
    Last edited by bristolleedsfan; 08-12-2009 at 4:32 PM.
  • mark1966
    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
    Originally posted by DoubleSix
    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?
  • DoubleSix
    BLF Yes I thought that might be the case, I was just a little confused as some sites have it down as a daily click.

    Mark1966 that might be an option to pursue but I think I'll just wait 7 mths then pile in!

    (and hopefully pick up some cashback on the policy I pick )
    • moi
    • By moi 9th Dec 09, 9:03 AM
    • 919 Posts
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    moi
    BLF Yes I thought that might be the case, I was just a little confused as some sites have it down as a daily click.

    Mark1966 that might be an option to pursue but I think I'll just wait 7 mths then pile in!

    (and hopefully pick up some cashback on the policy I pick )
    Originally posted by DoubleSix
    Some even have Car insurance AND Van insurance AND household insurance as daily clicks !


    When it comes to buying insurance, use the comparison sites via cashback sites to get 50p-£2, & to find the cheapest provider...
    BUT when you actually buy your insurance, go to whichever provider's site you choose and make sure you start a NEW quote. DON'T retrieve the quote you generated from a comparison site, as you won't get the insurance cashback (which can be up to about £70 for new policies )
    • EagerLearner
    • By EagerLearner 9th Dec 09, 9:06 AM
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    • 7,922 Thanks
    EagerLearner
    Hi all,
    Big thank you to Fermi for fetching the thread from oblivion and bringing it back!
    Mince Pie I have updated your total - well done on that, it's an awesome result and inspires everyone here immensely.
    And yes I love to be near a window, thanks for sharing!

    No exchange on the house just yet but waiting to hear any minute, we do know though that we should get keys next week
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    • moi
    • By moi 9th Dec 09, 9:48 AM
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    • 4,562 Thanks
    moi
    Hi all,
    Big thank you to Fermi for fetching the thread from oblivion and bringing it back!
    Originally posted by EagerLearner
    What happened there? I thought I was going mad at one point yesterday afternoon when it said the thread wasn't here!
    • psychopathbabble
    • By psychopathbabble 9th Dec 09, 11:36 AM
    • 5,860 Posts
    • 38,828 Thanks
    psychopathbabble
    ive just checked all the accounts and i finally have some tracking.....
    fatcheese 11.72
    moneybackmadness 10.21
    loyaltyshopper 0 worth persevering?
    crunchcashback 9p
    wepromiseto 10.02
    cashbackchief 2.50
    getpoundsback 0 worth persevering?

    total =34.54

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  • cash-magnet
    I like getpoundsback, so stay with it for a while. They seem to have small breaks between tracking updates for me, and you think nothing is happening, but I'm now over the £30 mark in 3 months.
    "Click the pennies. Collect the pounds."
  • cash-magnet
    Can I ask a quick question regarding urbanstone multiple click options...

    When you click on a retailer and you get that message pop up before the main site saying you can click this one 3 or 5 times, is is required to click on that link saying "Click Here To Continue", or can you let it time out one it's own letting the page auto-refreshes.

    Call me lazy, but cutting down on that one click over all the sites I do could add years of life to my mouse button.
    Last edited by cash-magnet; 09-12-2009 at 12:01 PM. Reason: a phew spilling misteaks
    "Click the pennies. Collect the pounds."
    • Chuzzle
    • By Chuzzle 9th Dec 09, 11:52 AM
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    Chuzzle
    EL I've just pm'd you for your guide.

    I'm gonna start doing this and get some money in to pay my Dad off before Xmas 2010 (owe him £1000 from about 3 years ago!) and anything extra can go towards Xmas 2010.
    Banana Lovers
    Buy your bananas in bunches of 5 on Sunday. Then arrange them in order of ripeness and write a day of the week on each banana in felt pen, Monday on the ripest, Friday on the greenest to save time making those decisions on a hectic weekday morning
    • Numpty Monkey
    • By Numpty Monkey 9th Dec 09, 11:53 AM
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    Numpty Monkey
    psychopathbabble, the results for GPB and crunch look a bit strange to me, a few people have had tracking problems, if you ask Niel the admin on either site (he owns both) he will help you or have a look on GPB forum
    Theyb are both definatley worth staying with, I've had £120 from GPB just from clicks this year
    PROUD TO BE DEALING WITH MY DEBT NERD #869
    Numpty,Not sure why but I'm crying . Of all the peeps on this board you're the kindest & most supportive of all & I'm & for you all at the same time . Wish I was there to give you a big & emergency hobnobs
    xx
    DFD 5/1/16
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