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  1. mikecmr

    Mortgage free before I'm 45!

    I'm using fidelity who charge £10 per order but i wont deal in anything lower than 1k for that reason but the returns i have had this year far outweigh this, 20% on voda, 400% on jet2 80% on boohoo itts becoming a nice little account one of my funds is runnign at 30% too :D
  2. mikecmr

    Mortgage free before I'm 45!

    What a crazy year this has been, I took the decision to not get a lodger in during the lock down for health reason so i took the financial knock. Saved on expenses of day to day life so it wasn't to bad a hit. Took the investment out of funding circle and into my stocks and shares isa...
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    Question / Discussion Newbie

    another easy one is prolific academic they do really good surveys and the pay rate is around minimum wage.
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    Question / Discussion Trading 212 - Guide

    I personally don't use 212 i find its better to wrap the investment side in a S&S isa for tax reasons there are better platforms out there for this reason. Best stock so far is jet2 402% return on that so far. there are some really good returns on funds at the moment too, these re good to look...
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    Surveys [OT] Earn money with the fantastic folks at Prolific Academic

    zero for me too have about 6 outstanding aswell
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    Passive Income Earner mindcapital video presentation by me proof of profits video on withdrawral and how to deposit and all the info you need

    not looking good on the review sites https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/mind.capital Is Mind Capital Legit? I do not believe Mind.Capital is legit – at least not in the way it is advertised. While they claim to use your money to invest in crypto-assets to grow it and deliver profits, their...
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    Passive Income Earner SerpClix - Paid to Search ($0.10 for each search)

    yeah I gave up on it, 70cents in 2 weeks not worth the processing power on the laptop haha
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    Bitcoin / Crypto Coinsbit: Sign Up & Receive 30,000 CNG Worth $300

    don't worry I have crypto investments and a miner running :) but with the influx of these companies offering hundreds of dollars of free crypto its not sustainable with how volatile the market is, I cant see it lasting long personally, but who knows
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    Bitcoin / Crypto Coinsbit: Sign Up & Receive 30,000 CNG Worth $300

    wonder how this business model works? apart from them gaining all your details how do they make money?
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    Passive Income Earner SerpClix - Paid to Search ($0.10 for each search)

    must admit I was expecting big things from this so far 0.50 :(
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    Passive Income Earner SerpClix - Paid to Search ($0.10 for each search)

    Looks like a good thing to be running in the background, here's my link if anyone would be so kind to click it :) https://serpclix.com/users/referrals/GJV3QKRVB9SQB9ZOUK90OTJM1
  12. mikecmr

    Has anyone tried Freebitco.in?

    I tried it and then got very bored its a no starter for me unless you get lots of referrals its not worth the time IMO
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    Question / Discussion People who infiltrate other forums with their referral links to ‘mop up’

    wow what an aggressive original post, stay classy everyone :D :D Cant say much about the thread as the posts have gone, but going by the about us page for mumsnet its for parents not just mothers so why a father cannot add some links is beyond me!?!
  14. mikecmr

    Let's fucking smash January! Come on in! Win cash AND share how you make money x

    haha it was very tedious and then they got told think the £12 was in there for a year waiting to get to the limit haha!
  15. mikecmr

    Let's fucking smash January! Come on in! Win cash AND share how you make money x

    Consumer Pulse : £20 Panelbase : £21 Surveybods : £15 edigital : £16 - only did one for a cash out :) Populous Live - £50 Total £122
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    Let's fucking smash January! Come on in! Win cash AND share how you make money x

    Consumer Pulse : £20 Panelbase : £21 Surveybods : £15 edigital : £16 - only did one for a cash out :) Total £72