5 quick and easy ways to make £100
Are you forever trying to think of ways to make money without having to go through too much hard work and effort! Well don’t worry because I’ve got a few tricks up my sleeve for you all to take note of! Whether you need a quick fix or your willing to play the waiting game take a look at these 5 money making cheats!
Recycle your electronics
I bet loads of you have old mobile phones and various other electronic devices lying around in your home collecting dust. Just because they look like completely useless items to us, doesn’t mean that they don’t have valuable parts inside worth a fair bit of money! Read my article on how to trade your old phones and electronics in for money to receive some extra money quickly. A damaged apple laptop can sell for £75! A damaged original Apple iPad can be sold for £21 and a damaged 8GB Apple iPhone for £3.20 so even better if you have a few items to sell at once!
Switch Current Accounts
Look into switching current accounts. The Halifax Reward Current Account pays £125 if you switch over, plus £5 a month after that! The Co-operative bank also matches Halifax’s except £25 of the £125 goes to charity!
Head over to eBay
It’s extremely easy to set up an eBay account and as I’ve already mentioned here, you’d be amazed at what people will splash their cash on when it comes to online auctioning. Remember one man’s trash is another man’s treasure! So start making easy money now and put up your old books, CD’s, games, clothes or anything else you desire!
Become A Mystery Shopper
How would you like to be paid to eat out, go on holiday or to simply just shop? Well you could get paid up to £400 a month to become a mystery shopper. You’ll also nab yourself loads of great freebies for yourself while you’re in the process! For more information or to sign up, please visit www.mysteryshopper.co.uk. If you sign up this week then you will also be in with a chance of winning £100’s worth of gift vouchers!
Retrieve Your Lost Money
Did you know you can use www.mylostaccount.org.uk to search for any dormant accounts you might have! Lots of us will of had accounts opened for us as children, lost the details of an account after moving home or perhaps even inherited the money in an account as a beneficiary of a will! The service is free so you won’t lose anything for checking it out but who knows, you could end up finding yourself some big money!
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