Work from home websites?

London, England
December 3, 2017 8:21am CST
Hello. I am trying to find as many work from home websites as I can as I am being made redundant from my job in January. I am working for a University and they have made staff redundant due to Brexit in UK!
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@Mummyof3 (77)
• Glasgow, Scotland
3 Dec
I use Swagbucks, one poll, one pulse and inbox pounds. Also sites where you take a picture of receipts and earn coins which get converted into amazon or paypal - receipt hog, shoppux and shopprize
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• London, England
3 Dec
Yes, I have tried swagbucks, one poll, receipt hog and inbox pounds. I was looking at sites that offer more earnings!
@Spassion (41)
3 Dec
I think you can try upwork. I have worked on their site before, when its name was Elance. That time, not so many people knew about freelancing jobs, so i was able to earn from hundreds to like a thousand US dollars in a month. But since they merged with odesk, and rename it Upwork, i have i stopped working there and right now, i think there are super cheap freelancers there, that can even accept 1 USD for a job. You can give it a try, if you can compete with those people.
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• London, England
3 Dec
Ok i will try Upwork!
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@sjvg1976 (14639)
• Delhi, India
3 Dec
I don't know other sites than mylot. I used to be active on other sites in the past which have shut down. So I am not in to online works.
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• London, England
3 Dec
Yes that is true.
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@Corbin5 (81982)
• United States
3 Dec
My state of Illinois in the USA has let many professors go at all the state universities due to lack of funds. I hope some users here can suggest some good websites for you.
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• London, England
3 Dec
Thanks Deborah. I was working for support services!
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@euphie (610)
• Ballymena, Northern Ireland
3 Dec
I use Swagbucks mainly, although I'm not very active on there, and while it takes a while to earn money on here. it's reliable. There are a lot of survey sites but I don't really do that many surveys online. Sadly, I think the days of earning big money online are over.
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• London, England
3 Dec
Yes, I have used swagbucks, but it takes ages to get £5,
@yugocean (4617)
• India
4 Dec
I try around online to find home based jobs for disabled and needy. But if you have some skills, then use them to find online jobs which are related. As for normal earnings, As far for this time, I'll suggest to join some forum sites like beermoney, forumforu,forumcoin and virily, But I cannot give good earning guarantee.
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• London, England
4 Dec
ok i will try beermoney!
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@yugocean (4617)
• India
5 Dec
@Angela150 This requires only 3 posts per hour, not more; or you won't be credited for more than 3 posts.
• Preston, England
3 Dec
@Angela150 good luck, hope you find some good ones but do look for mainstream work too
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• London, England
3 Dec
Thanks Arthur, I am looking for mainstream work as well!
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• Austin, Texas
7 Dec
I sent you a message about a site. I have already mentioned this site in different discussions. Tired of my repeating myself. Everybody has a reason for not trying it. Been there less than a year and been paid several times. Sent you a link.
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• London, England
7 Dec
Thanks, I have joined via the link that you sent. How long does it take to earn real world currencies?
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• Austin, Texas
8 Dec
@Angela150 - It's pretty straight forward. 500 points equals $5 USD. If you earn 10 points each day, it takes 50 days. That's a little over a month and a half. 1 post equals 1 point. The limit per day is 10 posts (or 10 points). (By contrast to MyLot where there is NO LIMIT on your interactions.) The payment process is not automated. You have ask the site owner to redeem your points. It usually takes one day to receive payment via PayPal. There are other ways of exchanging or redeeming your points but you have to ask the site owner, if you prefer something other than cash, like an Amazon gift card, for example. Have fun! Hope this helps you.
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@Shiva49 (9693)
• Singapore
4 Dec
I am also keen to work from home mainly on online writing sites. But income is quite low - siva
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• London, England
4 Dec
Yes true
@yanzalong (8871)
• Indonesia
4 Dec
I did try it a long time ago but they shut down.
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• London, England
4 Dec
ok what was the website that shutdown?
@rubyriaz007 (2564)
• India
3 Dec
There is playment site,where we get paid for doing tasks. I have earned 33 rs till now. I just started recently.
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• London, England
3 Dec
Ok what is it called? I guess they only transfer to Indian banks accounts? I do have a bank account in India!
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@acelawrites (10752)
• Philippines
5 Dec
There are so many available works online. Good luck, just be sure they are genuine ones.
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@Ganma7 (2074)
5 Dec
I am wishing you well.
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@rina110383 (23472)
4 Dec
Check Upwork, you'll find lots of freelance jobs on that site.
• London, England
4 Dec
Ok I will give this a try.
@YrNemo (8679)
8 Dec
Won't be able to help you since I only come to this site. Some members from here will help you for sure. All the best with the future. (Topffer, a French member here, thought UK was silly to vote for Brexit. Interesting to know that you are one of the victims of this.)