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I'm trying to find another source of income other than my job. I'm not going to sell my body. and i've tried ebay any ideas ......if your willing to share? Read More
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
I'm trying to find another source of income other than my job.

I'm not going to sell my body.
and i've tried ebay

any ideas ......if your willing to share?
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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i've been doing amazon and ebay, plus all the survey sites, that brings in a bit extra, tried the old catalogue door to door selling and found it to be rubbish, i quite like selling on amazon, their fees are a bit steep when you have sold your item but its so easy to list and they don't charge if it doesn't sell - only really use ebay to sell clothes etc - also do all the cashback sites, find greasypalm is the easiest one out of the lot and get paid in amazon vouchers for that. pigsback is easy to earn points on to claim vouchers. not a lot else, will be interested to see what else people suggest!
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helcatamy1
i've been doing amazon and ebay, plus all the survey sites, that brings in a bit extra, tried the old catalogue door to door selling and found it to be rubbish, i quite like selling on amazon, their fees are a bit steep when you have sold your item but its so easy to list and they don't charge if it doesn't sell - only really use ebay to sell clothes etc - also do all the cashback sites, find greasypalm is the easiest one out of the lot and get paid in amazon vouchers for that. pigsback is easy to earn points on to claim vouchers. not a lot else, will be interested to see what else people suggest!


many thanks for taking time to share this:thumbsup: [rep left]
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Have you tried Mystery Shopping? can give you some great sites to use if your interested.

Where abouts do you live?
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helcatamy1
i've been doing amazon and ebay, plus all the survey sites, that brings in a bit extra, tried the old catalogue door to door selling and found it to be rubbish, i quite like selling on amazon, their fees are a bit steep when you have sold your item but its so easy to list and they don't charge if it doesn't sell - only really use ebay to sell clothes etc - also do all the cashback sites, find greasypalm is the easiest one out of the lot and get paid in amazon vouchers for that. pigsback is easy to earn points on to claim vouchers. not a lot else, will be interested to see what else people suggest!


Some really good advice, Rep added.
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Slicethepie.com lets you review songs for cash but they only pay through paypal and you roughly get 2p - 5p a song in the begining (Haven't done it in a while myself as I got fed up with it)

Dooyou - you write reviews on stuff and you get points where you can convert them into Amazon vouchers or cash (Though you need to get a minimum amount before they'll sent a cheque) only thing to watch is you get die hard people on there who will rate you as carp as they either don't agree with what your writing or they'll nit pick at bits. I just write the reviews for myself.

Quipe usually has offers, not sure if any at the moment, they where doing a £50 Amazon voucher for so many reviews of places... don't think that's on anymore but worth a look and sign up when they have a good offer again.

Can't think of anything else at the moment.
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nwressell
Have you tried Mystery Shopping? can give you some great sites to use if your interested.

Where abouts do you live?


nope never tried it i live in oxfordshire ......:thinking:
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mystery shopping is fun i did it for awhile doesnt pay awsome unless you have a car but i got free pub meals and free pizza hut meals which was good :)

pigsback is a pain in the **** to get enough points to get vouchers(luckily i won the racecaller league).
ipoints has always been a favorite of mine but theres nocash alternative
quidco is also quiet good but will take awhile to get your money

selling on here is usually a better option than ebay because of the no fees
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crispwarez
mystery shopping is fun i did it for awhile doesnt pay awsome unless you have a car but i got free pub meals and free pizza hut meals which was good :)

pigsback is a pain in the **** to get enough points to get vouchers(luckily i won the racecaller league).
ipoints has always been a favorite of mine but theres nocash alternative
quidco is also quiet good but will take awhile to get your money

selling on here is usually a better option than ebay because of the no fees


mmmm pizza:thumbsup:

i have quidco which i use but you have to spend more money than actually making it if you know what i mean!

i'm running outta things to sell on here now.........:whistling:

Last year i was ace at guessing footy results i made quite a bit each week on that but this time it isn't so predictable so i've had to avoid that!
#9
Thanks for the rep guys - i see you're in oxfordshire aswell! i did the review sites for a while, then they emailed to say that some of my reviews weren't long enough -aagghh - but i agree that is another one to do if you have the time...!!
#10
surveys buy cheap stuff then sell
#11
If your not clumsy, I would highly recommend Silver service waitering its not difficult to pick up, I did it as a student, and it was a great gig, usually paid £8-15 ph, with fantastic tips, and I got to attend a load of events around the country, such as big football games, horse Races, Concerts etc.
If your any good you can pick up work from clients you serve on a private basis, which paid very handsomely.
One such gig I got £300 plus tips for being a champagne waiter for 4 hours, admittedly I did open the champers with a ceremonial sword, which always please the toffs, but again thats easy to learn its just a technique to learn.

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