800 Mystery Shopping tasks need doing in May and RedWigWam needs YOU!!!

800 Mystery Shopping tasks need doing in May and RedWigWam needs YOU!!! 2

RedWigWam who are one of the UKs premium Mystery Shopping and Audit companies have got a lot of work on in May, and I mean a LOT. I’ve written about them before and many of you on the forum have also done some mystery shops for them and it seems have nothing but praise for them. In the month of May they have the following available so make sure you make some dates in your diary! Asda Sampling audit 7th May 80 calls in One Stop 2nd Asda Sampling Audit 14th…

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A Students Guide to Finding Freebies and Discounts

A Students Guide to Finding Freebies and Discounts

  Student’s of the world, let’s be honest with ourselves; being a student is hard. Being student isn’t hard because of the workload, or the fact we’re on our own away from home, or even that our livers are taking a battering from alcohol consumption. Being a student is hard because it’s so flipping expensive! The tuition, housing and booze costs alone are enough to cripple a small country, but it’s everything on top of that which really rubs salt into the wound. There are many ways to counteract the…

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Guarantor Loans – The Pros AND The Cons!

Guarantor Loans - The Pros AND The Cons!

With credit harder to come by and life getting more expensive, it can be tricky to get help to cover some of life’s costs. In previous years you could walk into a bank and come away with a short-term loan even if you didn’t have the cleanest of credit records but after the recession and crisis after crisis, banks have just stopped lending to anyone. If someone is looking for a loan with bad credit, then this is where a guarantor loan can come in handy. Guarantor loans use another…

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How Social Media has changed the world of Multi Level Marketing

How Social Media has changed the world of Multi Level Marketing

  Direct sales (Multi Level Marketing) have been around for years, there are many companies who have been operating since before the internet became a household staple. Companies like Avon, Ann Summers and Betterware have been selling their products via representatives since our parents needed an income top-up. Before Facebook finding a representative for one of these companies was much harder, you’d have to wait for a book to be delivered or ask your Mum’s Auntie’s Cousin’s best friend for the one they used if you wanted to order anything…

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How Selling Your House Through an Online Estate Agent Saves Money

How Selling Your House Through an Online Estate Agent Saves Money

Your traditional, bricks and mortar estate agents have been renowned the world over for charging unfair fees and not giving those selling their homes a decent deal for the money they pay. The new trend for the use of online estate agents is gaining a lot of momentum. This post looks at why going through an online estate agent to sell your home is a good idea, and how it could actually save you a lot of money. Estate Agent Fees Explained Let’s take a look at the business model…

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How to avoid cabin fever when working from home

How to avoid cabin fever when working from home

More and more people are latching onto the “working from home” craze for many reasons. During the past few years, the dated idea that any job that claims you can work from home is a get rich quick scam has lessened, and more & more of us are jumping on the bandwagon, & enjoying the many advantages & benefits that working from your kitchen can bring. Forums such as The Money Shed have opened up a world of opportunity by allowing people to share & discuss various home working options,…

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Make The Most of a Tiny Garden

Make The Most of a Tiny Garden

Sponsored Post: Even if your garden is small, it can still be used for a multitude of purposes. All you need is some creative thinking and tools to optimise the outdoor space you have. Here’s a selection of ideas – that you can get the kids involved in, to make the most of your garden, even if it’s positively tiny… Garden Essentials Whether you have a small patch of grass or a yard, one of the key things to spruce up is your flooring. If it’s grass, keep it neat and…

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Walton Robinson: Changes to buy-to-let sector a concern

Upgrades to Increase the Resale Value of Your Home

  Walton Robinson warns of ‘continuing attack’ on buy-to-let landlords   Sponsored Post: The “continuing attack” on buy-to-let landlords is set to result in investors withdrawing from the sector, an increase in repossessions and a drop in the levels of rental properties on offer, North East experts have warned.    The buy-to-let sector has been hit by a series of changes in the recent past, including the new Stamp Duty Land Tax provisions and abolition of the wear and tear allowance,. However, but the Spring Budget contained yet more bad news,…

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