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  1. homie

    Online/non-traditional work on your CV

    It really depends what job you are applying for but generally I would not include any online activity unless it was very relevant to the the job eg.managing a company's social media (blogging, content writing) or an auditing job (mystery shopping, task apps)
  2. homie

    June Money Making Challenge - Time to make some ££ for those jollies!

    June week 3 Matched betting / casino £45.07 prolific £2.10 Neevo £5 Red wigwam £8 ebay £27.50 Week total £87.67 Monthly total £247.08 / £400
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    Have you ever been on a cruise?

    Hate boats. I get seasick on the Isle of Wight ferry. So to spend two weeks on the ocean would be my idea of hell.
  4. homie

    Making Friends as an adult is kind of tough!

    Cycling is quite a good sport for meeting people. If it is a leisurely group then people will chat to each other along the ride and there is usually the obligatory tea and cake stop half way through too. Most clubs will have groups going out at different levels so not everyone is a wannabe...
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    All at once, or little by little?

    Dickens used to publish a most of his stuff in weekly instalments. He seems to have done alright out of it.
  6. homie

    What have you posted lately?

    You'll need somewhere safe to keep it at work too, I wouldn't want to leave a shiny new bike locked to one of those bike hoops you see in London. It is the weather that spoils the fun. You just have to buy some good waterproof clothes and put up with it.
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    [OT] Discussion about Matched Betting II {Beginners Guide in 1st Post}

    Any newbies not already with Smarkets can get £50 risk free if they sign up today. Register using promo code 'ROYALASCOT2019' and you'll get a £10.00 risk-free bet on the 16:20 each day of the festival (Tuesday 18th June 2019 - Saturday 22nd June 2019). Just lay it on another exchange like you...
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    What have you posted lately?

    I use an electric bike for commuting. When the weather is decent anyway. It was the fastest way into work when I used to live in SE London, without a doubt. Costs pennies to charge. I built my own, which was not as daunting as it sounds. Total cost was around £800. But you couldn't do that if...
  9. homie

    How can it be halfway through the year already? Soon be Christmas.

    How can it be halfway through the year already? Soon be Christmas.
  10. homie

    June Money Making Challenge - Time to make some ££ for those jollies!

    June week 2 Matched betting / casino £28.60 prolific £3 Pinecone £3 Neevo £4 Mystery Shop £10 Week total £48.68 Monthly total £159.41 / £400
  11. homie

    [OT] Discussion about Matched Betting II {Beginners Guide in 1st Post}

    What did they do for Cheltenham this year?
  12. homie

    ACCA drought ?

    Yeah, I would leave the Accas alone until the English football leagues start again.
  13. homie

    Help with match betting

    No, the offer is for the first race. If your horse doesn't win you get a free bet or even possibly your money back. Keep a look out in the morning of the first day and see what offers are around.
  14. homie

    Help with match betting

    Hello Normaq No. You should be making at least 70% of your stake as profit. So a bet £10 get £10 free bet offer should return you somewhere in the region of £7 ish profit. Check back over the OM or PA guides again and see where you went wrong. I suspect you might be using the calculator...
  15. homie

    When to withdraw profits ??

    Aim to get in the region of £2k in the exchange. I keep a balance in my favourite bookies so I don't have to faff around adding money when I want to make a bet but most of my other accounts I withdraw and have zero in them until I see an offer.
  16. homie

    Roamler connection issues

    I think the BME payment includes the expense of buying the lotto ticket, whereas the Roamler one refunds you that cost in addition to your fee. So you're better off doing it with Roamler.
  17. homie

    GuessMaster - Daily Prizes - Earn Up to £350

    My old maths teacher would have loved today's one.
  18. homie

    [OT] Earn money with the fantastic folks at Prolific Academic

    Poor show that they haven't emailed me or updated their website then. Did the cashout go though ok @Jute ? I've got over £20 in prolific so not sure whether to risk one last cashout to circle or play safe and stump up the paypal fee
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    [OT] Earn money with the fantastic folks at Prolific Academic

    Who told you circle pay was closing? There's nothing on their website about it. I was about to cash out to them but won't if they are having problems. The only other option is paypal where there is a fee.