Your husband is wrong. It's not a gamble, it's math. If it wasn't math the thousands upon thousands of people who do matched betting would be losing money endlessly which they aren't.End of month update:
Selling: £135 (old phone plus dress)
Prolific ac: £15.29
Curious Cat: £4.10
VYPR: 3850 points
MTurk: $4.10 (in 10 days time!)
Still looking into transcribing etc, but just got a new laptop (this week), and need to sort out word etc. I would like to earn as close to £400 next month as possible, so starting up a new routine for October, and really going for it.
Talked to husband about matched betting, he didn't know about the betting 'against' yourself bit, but perhaps it was the technical jargon. Tried to talk to him about each of us putting £50 in, and creating a separate account, and trying to see how much we could make, but he said all betting was a gamble, and that (looking at the offers), betting shops were tightening up rules to stop it. Is this true?
I wish there was a matched betting guide for dummies! Lol
I still have hope that I can figure it out, and maybe have another go at convincing my husband, but if I figure it out, I might go ahead without him anyway, as I have not previously signed up to any places, so I have a clean slate.
I've covered the 'dummies' guide to matched betting here - https://slummysinglemummy.com/2015/09/09/earn-up-to-1000-tax-free-every-month-with-matched-betting/
It even includes a video that explains the simple math behind why matched betting isn't gambling