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to earn extra money? I work part time, evenings as I have 2 little ones, I've started doing some overtime. hubby works full time but on basic hours at the mo as his work is very quiet and money is tig…
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
to earn extra money? I work part time, evenings as I have 2 little ones, I've started doing some overtime. hubby works full time but on basic hours at the mo as his work is very quiet and money is tight, got holiday booked for july but not going to have any spending money!
sorted some stuff out to do a boot sale
anything else I could do? anyone suggest any work from home jobs or anything please?
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Only thing I can think of is doing online surveys and they send you vouchers, you could sell them to either friends/family or on ebay!!
#2
midjet666
Only thing I can think of is doing online surveys and they send you vouchers, you could sell them to either friends/family or on ebay!!


thanks, where do I find out where to do the surveys? thanks again, x
#3
Leaflet distributor - can do with little ones
#4
They dont pay that well, have you tried looking into ways you actually spend money?
Like switching your energy provider, phone internet etc etc can save you a bit.
look about your house and attic and have a clear out of stuff you don't need. (ive just sold some pokemon cards and 2 old xbox games on ebay for nearly 120 total.)

then focus on extra work once you have made the savings at home.
#5
Perhaps you could consider trying Avon.
It doesnt pay too badly and you could fit it around everything else.
They arent bad to work for as I did it a few yrs ago. I'd still be doing it now if I hadnt gotten too ill to do it.
#6
poppins_mary
Leaflet distributor - can do with little ones


thanks I'll look in my local paper

Jetpac
They dont pay that well, have you tried looking into ways you actually spend money?
Like switching your energy provider, phone internet etc etc can save you a bit.
look about your house and attic and have a clear out of stuff you don't need. (ive just sold some pokemon cards and 2 old xbox games on ebay for nearly 120 total.)

then focus on extra work once you have made the savings at home.


yer have done that, put a budget on our food bills...cancelled setanta(hopefully!) ....had our phone /broadband lowered to lowest tarriff and got a £2 discount for next 12 months.... joined quidco an have earnt £245 all ready

I was going to sell stuff on ebay but the fees are too high so i'm doing a boot sale in a week or so.......when the weather is nice!

LisaJT
Perhaps you could consider trying Avon.
It doesnt pay too badly and you could fit it around everything else.
They arent bad to work for as I did it a few yrs ago. I'd still be doing it now if I hadnt gotten too ill to do it.


had thought about avon but someone said that you have to pay for the stuff yourself then get your customers to pay you?
#7
kirsty1981


had thought about avon but someone said that you have to pay for the stuff yourself then get your customers to pay you?


You dont have to pay for the stuff upfront. They deliver it to you then you deliver it to the customers and collect their money, then you get to pay avon. At least thats the way it worked when I did it.

Where abouts are do you live? My friend is an avon manager type person and if you are nearish she might be able to help. We are in gloucestershire
#8
LisaJT
You dont have to pay for the stuff upfront. They deliver it to you then you deliver it to the customers and collect their money, then you get to pay avon. At least thats the way it worked when I did it.


ah thanks, I'll have a look on their site :thumbsup:
#9
if you search paid surveys on here you could read some of the other threads, there was a big one with a list but I cant seem to find it, if I do i'll pop it on here. Hope you find something.
#10
michelleleemoo
if you search paid surveys on here you could read some of the other threads, there was a big one with a list but I cant seem to find it, if I do i'll pop it on here. Hope you find something.


Thank you lots x
#11
LisaJT
Perhaps you could consider trying Avon.
It doesnt pay too badly and you could fit it around everything else.
They arent bad to work for as I did it a few yrs ago. I'd still be doing it now if I hadnt gotten too ill to do it.


i was gonna suggest this too.
#12
yay found it, hope it helps a little. You could see if people want their ironing done :thumbsup:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/363882/what-survey-sites-are-you-a-member-/
#13
i'm terrible at ironing. If i tried to do this, I'd end up having to pay people for all their burnt clothing lol

Anyone know of any cleaning agencies maybe?
#14
Hiya,
By chance I was talking to my friend today and yes you do have to pay for the goods upfront from avon. And if the customer doesn't pay and if they return the stuff, you don't get an immediate refund you have to wait until the next month when you get any commision. Tbh after hearing that, I would seriously give avon a miss in my opinion. I said they should do a shame book on dodgy companies and show what they do, to be me avon sounds like a pyramid scheme- you pay upfront and then get the customer to buy it. You also have to pay for the catalogues too.
#15
Dinner assistant or other work at local schools?

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