That sounds really generous, how much roughly do you have to spend per job - is it really £40? Thanks. I'm very recently back with Roamler after a break and haven't done anything recently.
Thanks. Looks like I don't have that one at the moment. Just submitted a pet related task, so they might open up to me who knowsHi@Lemonade23
Yes it really is between £40 and £50 you spend. It will vary depending on what is on offer.
You can also use your Tesco Clubcard and get points. Super easy job.
I remember reading about the EV charging ones before, they don't seem too bad from memory.Does anyone know what the pallet jobs are like? They seem to be really lingering where I live, does that mean they're not easy. Also is anyone doing the EV charging ones, curious about those...thanks
Thanks.....I can't remember what it said about them (EV) as it disappeared once I applied but I have a live chat about them this afternoon.
I’ve had that happen a few times and luckily was always able to talk my way out of it!Did anyone do the new jobs on Roamler that they are trying out? First time in many years that I 've been pulled up and threatened to be reported to the manager for taking photos as it took 9 photos and lots of reading as you stand in the aisle....
This one was photographs for a certain section of the store. I think I stood out really bad as you had to photograph this segment from every conceivable angle, much more thorough than any other job I'd done for them. I actually find the lower paid ones easier, as they are quicker and you're less likely to get spotted. Great if you're shopping there anyway or in town on an errand. I have no idea about the pallet ones, no-one is doing any of them where I live so I'm guessing either they're not very good to do or my fellow Roamlers don't drive? I really should try one....Hi Lemonade23. Curious what kind of job you took on, if you don’t mind sharing. I had my first couple of jobs with Roamler and I found it very daunting. Especially the guide through each time between taking photographs. Makes staff and security very suspicious of your behaviour. Only did 7 and 2 got even rejected. Took me ages walking from shop to shop and I find it has nothing to do with a mystery visit when you have to take around 15 well framed pictures and move around in the aisle and read your way through long written descriptions. Are there any jobs worth doing at all I wonder? I wouldn’t do any of the ones paying £5 or less. Anyone done the pallet searching jobs and can report back?