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rich110991

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Oof. Can’t decide if the extra pay for 10 more ads is worth it.
.....unless you’re gonna tell me that the pay per ad is less and I’m now doing 30 ads per day for the same end pay...? :s

Unfortunately yeah there’s no extra pay. It’s the same. $91 per week. I think it’s still worth it. When we signed up they said it was 1 hours work per day and it’s not really so I just look at it like that. I’d still rather have the $91 per week then $0 lol.
 

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If you do get booted off social media rating (like me!) at the end of your year then so far I do recommend getting on the mystery shopping task. It’s basically earning just over the £300+ (If you can get all the items refunded!) you made a month from SME work but it takes about a tenth of the time!
 

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If you do get booted off social media rating (like me!) at the end of your year then so far I do recommend getting on the mystery shopping task. It’s basically earning just over the £300+ (If you can get all the items refunded!) you made a month from SME work but it takes about a tenth of the time!

Since finishing the social media rating, I'm tempted to apply for this but would be worried about not getting some of the refunds and being out of pocket?

Also, are you back and forth to the post office each day returning parcels??
 

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Since finishing the social media rating, I'm tempted to apply for this but would be worried about not getting some of the refunds and being out of pocket?

Also, are you back and forth to the post office each day returning parcels??
Lionbridge will cover the cost of the items so losing money isn’t a worry

what me (and others) are doing is then returning the items back to the retailer to make more profit

So

spend £320 on items
Lionbridge refunds £320
Lionbridge pays say $80 for actually writing the reviews
Retailers refund all products so I make £320+$80


So far I’ve not been to the post office once as you can return vis Hermes drop off or in a Royal Mail parcel box using a printed out return label :)
 
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Lionbridge will cover the cost of the items so losing money isn’t a worry

what me (and others) are doing is then returning the items back to the retailer to make more profit

So

spend £320 on items
Lionbridge refunds £320
Lionbridge pays say $80 for actually writing the reviews
Retailers refund all products so I make £320+$80


So far I’ve not been to the post office once as you can return vis Hermes drop off or in a Royal Mail parcel box using a printed out return label :)

Oh you know I’ll be coming to you when my year finishes :ROFLMAO:
 
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Hi, I have been ad rating for 10 weeks now, and suddenly out of the blue today I have been removed off the ad rating due to 'very high use of the same number rating' I have had no email telling me this nor did I know I was doing anything wrong, this is how I felt about the ads, I'm so so upset, I really need this money it's all I have, is there anything that I can do to get back onto the ad rating? I've emailed the email but don't know if it will get to anyone. I just don't know what to do. I have no money apart from this.
 

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Also, on workmarket do I need to fill in the tax information to withdraw my money please?

When I click on withdraw it says this: 'Sorry, you will not be able to withdraw funds from Work Market until your tax information has been verified' and I don't know how to get my money out?
 

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Pretty sure all I had to give WorkMarket were address / NIN and a phone number, but they were essential to then receive invoices and ultimately withdraw
 

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Hi, I have been ad rating for 10 weeks now, and suddenly out of the blue today I have been removed off the ad rating due to 'very high use of the same number rating' I have had no email telling me this nor did I know I was doing anything wrong, this is how I felt about the ads, I'm so so upset, I really need this money it's all I have, is there anything that I can do to get back onto the ad rating? I've emailed the email but don't know if it will get to anyone. I just don't know what to do. I have no money apart from this.

I’m really sorry to hear that. Can you raise a support ticket with them and explain your side? Not sure what they would say but it’s worth a shot
 
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Hi, I have been ad rating for 10 weeks now, and suddenly out of the blue today I have been removed off the ad rating due to 'very high use of the same number rating' I have had no email telling me this nor did I know I was doing anything wrong, this is how I felt about the ads, I'm so so upset, I really need this money it's all I have, is there anything that I can do to get back onto the ad rating? I've emailed the email but don't know if it will get to anyone. I just don't know what to do. I have no money apart from this.
I would say appealing via WorkMarket is your only avenue so hope for the best and see what they say ;)
 
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Thank you both, I have put a support ticket in via Lionbridge, I'm not sure how to appeal through workmarket.

I really really hope they let me back on it, I thought I would have least had an email telling me there was an issue, though I wasn't rating all the same at all and was saying what wasn't relevant to me.

Would I be able to apply to the mystery shopping task or do you have to be invited? If anyone can apply is there a link please? Though really hoping I can still do the ad rating as I need the money now.
 

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Got all mine and a bonus one as a retailer didn't send the item and refunded me as well.

Only 2 more items to receive/ review and the first return refunded.
 

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Hola, this might be a really silly question but when my funds in WorkMarket move from “receivables” to “withdraw now” am I ok to just leave them there and not withdraw straight away? My plan/hope was to leave them for pretty much the full year of working as sme rather than taking it in dribs & drabs if that makes sense? Thanks x
 

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Hola, this might be a really silly question but when my funds in WorkMarket move from “receivables” to “withdraw now” am I ok to just leave them there and not withdraw straight away? My plan/hope was to leave them for pretty much the full year of working as sme rather than taking it in dribs & drabs if that makes sense? Thanks x
Yeah. That's fine.
 

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Hola, this might be a really silly question but when my funds in WorkMarket move from “receivables” to “withdraw now” am I ok to just leave them there and not withdraw straight away? My plan/hope was to leave them for pretty much the full year of working as sme rather than taking it in dribs & drabs if that makes sense? Thanks x
When I started working online, I remember one of the 'elders' giving the advice to take out money earned as soon as you can. Why? Because with this work, companies can come and go, you can get kicked off and lose access to accounts with little warning etc. So although I think you can do what you suggest, it might be better to withdraw it and stick it in a savings account where you will earn pennies of interest! Of course, it's up to you, I just thought I would pass on this advice I was given.
 

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Getting the right run around with one of these companies as I've sent the item back and I can see on Royal Mail tracking that their warehouse has 'refused the item' twice!
 
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Was due to finish as rating tomorrow, but they've asked me to continue for another month. Should be happy by the news but...
 
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