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cazkins

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I hadn't come across Bemyeye before, I'll check it out now but I tend to find with these "mission" style apps that there's very little in my area. The ones that do have available tasks they seem to make incredibly difficult, asking for countless photos and text, on site, while connected to the internet, which makes it rather tricky trying to be "undercover" as you're standing there filling it all out! Hopefully this one will be a little better :)
 

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I hadn't come across Bemyeye before, I'll check it out now but I tend to find with these "mission" style apps that there's very little in my area. The ones that do have available tasks they seem to make incredibly difficult, asking for countless photos and text, on site, while connected to the internet, which makes it rather tricky trying to be "undercover" as you're standing there filling it all out! Hopefully this one will be a little better :)
I'm pretty new to the task apps, but I think for this one it depends on each task. One I did was terrible for asking for three million photos, but I have seen other ones that look fine.
 

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Mabozza is your expert on these, but sometimes I've found Bemyeye pretty good. They've had easier tasks in co-op over the last year and I've managed to make some money even in my corner of the country. However, anything marked as "up to £££" means a small payout for lots and lots of photos in my opinion.
 

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I agree with Missellaneous.

I much prefer a task that guarantees to pay you £5 or £10 as opposed to up to ££.

Just my opinion but in regards to these mission style apps I find BME to be the best, based on the usability of the app and the variety of the tasks (admittedly naff all on their at the moment hopefully due to new year period).
 

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Anyone managed any of these Coffee machine finder tasks?

I'm not entirely sure what kind of premises they are asking us to find a coffee machine, by the looks of it has to be a workplace only machine and not open to the public?
I nearly did one yesterday when I was in hospital but when I read the instructions I don’t think hospitals would be allowed as they’re kind of public places aren’t they?!
 

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I hadn't come across Bemyeye before, I'll check it out now but I tend to find with these "mission" style apps that there's very little in my area. The ones that do have available tasks they seem to make incredibly difficult, asking for countless photos and text, on site, while connected to the internet, which makes it rather tricky trying to be "undercover" as you're standing there filling it all out! Hopefully this one will be a little better :)
If you are in the SW England down Somerset.Dorset,Devon way then you are actually in a bit of a hotspot down there, just keep checking the apps... as @Missellaneous says the "up to" can be a loud warning clanger... all apps have (mostly) crap low paid tasks and some really well paid ones... fastest finger first
 

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Seems BME might be nicking some tasks from Roamler. I did a plants check tonight which was very similar (similar wording of questions) to the regular Thursday plants checks. Saw they had flowers ones on as well but the ones near me went before I finished work.

£5 aswell so £3 better than Roamler.
 

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Also, is everyone doing these boots/poundland jobs still?

Seems to permanently be on the app (in its last days haha)
Done a few, but the pay is so low, i find it hard to get motivated to do them really.
 

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I did a plant task at my local garden centre, the pay was £5 when I accepted it. They have validated it but only paid £4, I then noticed that the other plant tasks are now £4. I now can't cash out, I rarely do tasks as I have a toddler and don't drive, so they need to be local and quick to do .It could take me ages to cash out at £5.00. The other plant tasks are to far away.
 

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I did a plant task at my local garden centre, the pay was £5 when I accepted it. They have validated it but only paid £4, I then noticed that the other plant tasks are now £4. I now can't cash out, I rarely do tasks as I have a toddler and don't drive, so they need to be local and quick to do .It could take me ages to cash out at £5.00. The other plant tasks are to far away.
Could you get a few boots receipts or pound land to take you over the threshold?

Really annoying when they down pay you like this.
 

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mabozza

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Posting here in case wombles miss the post on Task 360 thread, you can now do the receipts on Task 360 too.. same stores, but unlimited and 30p a receipt
 

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I hadn't come across Bemyeye before, I'll check it out now but I tend to find with these "mission" style apps that there's very little in my area. The ones that do have available tasks they seem to make incredibly difficult, asking for countless photos and text, on site, while connected to the internet, which makes it rather tricky trying to be "undercover" as you're standing there filling it all out! Hopefully this one will be a little better :)
Haha I do find it quite funny acting undercover as I wander around stores with my phone in my hand lol!
 

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New tasks on the app... WH Smith water checks "UP TO" £7 Also Coke and Pepsi check various locations £2.50
 

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I think I will pass on going into a small petrol station, taking lots of pictures of drinks and walking out again without buying anything. Not worth £2.50. No bigger stores near me for this task.
 

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Yeah....not too great really... am going to do a WH Smith one in airport when we fly home tomorrow
 

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New flower tasks on the app.. 2 seperate tasks one for tulips one for other flowers many in same supermarket £3.50 each (so £7 a supermarket)
 

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