From: Simon Finnigan on
"DubDriver" <dubsdrive5(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
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>
> "Tracym" <tracymidd(a)knickersoffhotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:g5fl87$fov$1(a)news.albasani.net...
>>
>> "DubDriver" <dubsdrive5(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:Nq2ek.462$mA2.211(a)textfe.usenetserver.com...
>>>
>>> "G a z" <spam(a)spam.com> wrote in message
>>> news:MPG.22e2958f38d45ee698968c(a)news.aioe.org...
>>>> In article <6drbcpF3t7a5U1(a)mid.individual.net>, jan(a)freeinternet.com
>>>> says...
>>>>
>>>>> When using LV in our local Tesco you have to have them validated at
>>>>> Customer
>>>>> Service first, which is always a palavar.
>>>>> Iceland is much easier- just hand them over a checkout in lieu of cash
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Strange, as when I use them in my local Tesco's, I hand them to the
>>>> till
>>>> lady and she just scans them, like any other vouchers, NO hassle & NO
>>>> problems!
>>>>
>>>> Mind you, I like john like to have the LV's rather than using PayPal,
>>>> after
>>>> all if you use eBay like I do to, then I feel we give eBay/PayPal
>>>> enough of
>>>> our money...
>>>
>>> Anything's better than the questionnaire invites from CIAO, most of
>>> which these days offer "If you complete our easy 20 minutes survey, you
>>> will be paid �0.10" ... hmmm that's just a measly 30p an hour!
>>>
>>
>> Or CIAO get me through 5-10 mins then say sorry you are not what we need.
>> Tracym
>
> ... yeah .... or it says survey will take 10 minutes yet 30 minutes later
> you're still ticking boxes!
>
> This one's not bad
> http://www.consumerpulse.co.uk/
> not questionnaires but entering what you have bought each week.
> 10,000 points = �10 voucher (Argos etc)
>
> You get 500 points per week as long as you enter at least one item in that
> week plus 500 points for each item.
>
> So, if say you entered 5 items per week that would be 3,000 points and
> therefore enough for a �10 voucher each month.
>
> One snag is not having many of the correct type of items that they want to
> know about which are: Cloths, books, maps, cinema visits, DVDs, CDs,
> Computer games, mobile phones, mobile services & bills, and beauty stuff.

Anyone have an invite for this on the go?

From: Tracym on

"Simon Finnigan" <SimonFinnigan(a)HotMail.Com> wrote in message
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> "DubDriver" <dubsdrive5(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:FNMek.474$mA2.224(a)textfe.usenetserver.com...
>>
>> "Tracym" <tracymidd(a)knickersoffhotmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:g5fl87$fov$1(a)news.albasani.net...
>>>
>>> "DubDriver" <dubsdrive5(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:Nq2ek.462$mA2.211(a)textfe.usenetserver.com...
>>>>
>>>> "G a z" <spam(a)spam.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:MPG.22e2958f38d45ee698968c(a)news.aioe.org...
>>>>> In article <6drbcpF3t7a5U1(a)mid.individual.net>, jan(a)freeinternet.com
>>>>> says...
>>>>>
>>>>>> When using LV in our local Tesco you have to have them validated at
>>>>>> Customer
>>>>>> Service first, which is always a palavar.
>>>>>> Iceland is much easier- just hand them over a checkout in lieu of
>>>>>> cash
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Strange, as when I use them in my local Tesco's, I hand them to the
>>>>> till
>>>>> lady and she just scans them, like any other vouchers, NO hassle & NO
>>>>> problems!
>>>>>
>>>>> Mind you, I like john like to have the LV's rather than using PayPal,
>>>>> after
>>>>> all if you use eBay like I do to, then I feel we give eBay/PayPal
>>>>> enough of
>>>>> our money...
>>>>
>>>> Anything's better than the questionnaire invites from CIAO, most of
>>>> which these days offer "If you complete our easy 20 minutes survey, you
>>>> will be paid �0.10" ... hmmm that's just a measly 30p an hour!
>>>>
>>>
>>> Or CIAO get me through 5-10 mins then say sorry you are not what we
>>> need.
>>> Tracym
>>
>> ... yeah .... or it says survey will take 10 minutes yet 30 minutes later
>> you're still ticking boxes!
>>
>> This one's not bad
>> http://www.consumerpulse.co.uk/
>> not questionnaires but entering what you have bought each week.
>> 10,000 points = �10 voucher (Argos etc)
>>
>> You get 500 points per week as long as you enter at least one item in
>> that week plus 500 points for each item.
>>
>> So, if say you entered 5 items per week that would be 3,000 points and
>> therefore enough for a �10 voucher each month.
>>
>> One snag is not having many of the correct type of items that they want
>> to know about which are: Cloths, books, maps, cinema visits, DVDs, CDs,
>> Computer games, mobile phones, mobile services & bills, and beauty stuff.
>
> Anyone have an invite for this on the go?

I do for Pinecone
Tracym


From: joe on
Tracym wrote:

>
> "Simon Finnigan" <SimonFinnigan(a)HotMail.Com> wrote in message
> news:g5g9le$khf$1(a)registered.motzarella.org... >"DubDriver"
> <dubsdrive5(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:FNMek.474$mA2.224(a)textfe.usenetserver.com...
> > >
> >>"Tracym" <tracymidd(a)knickersoffhotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:g5fl87$fov$1(a)news.albasani.net...
> > > >
> >>>"DubDriver" <dubsdrive5(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:Nq2ek.462$mA2.211(a)textfe.usenetserver.com...
> > > > >
> >>>>"G a z" <spam(a)spam.com> wrote in message
> news:MPG.22e2958f38d45ee698968c(a)news.aioe.org...
> > > > > > In article <6drbcpF3t7a5U1(a)mid.individual.net>,
> > > > > > jan(a)freeinternet.com says...
> > > > > >
> > > > > > > When using LV in our local Tesco you have to have them
> > > > > > > validated at Customer Service first, which is always a
> > > > > > > palavar. Iceland is much easier- just hand them over a
> > > > > > > checkout in lieu of cash
> > > > > > >
> > > > > >
> > > > > > Strange, as when I use them in my local Tesco's, I hand
> > > > > > them to the till lady and she just scans them, like any
> > > > > > other vouchers, NO hassle & NO problems!
> > > > > >
> > > > > > Mind you, I like john like to have the LV's rather than
> > > > > > using PayPal, after all if you use eBay like I do to, then
> > > > > > I feel we give eBay/PayPal enough of our money...
> > > > >
> > > > > Anything's better than the questionnaire invites from CIAO,
> > > > > most of which these days offer "If you complete our easy 20
> > > > > minutes survey, you will be paid #0.10" ... hmmm that's just
> > > > > a measly 30p an hour!
> > > > >
> > > >
> > > > Or CIAO get me through 5-10 mins then say sorry you are not
> > > > what we need. Tracym
> > >
> > > ... yeah .... or it says survey will take 10 minutes yet 30
> > > minutes later you're still ticking boxes!
> > >
> > > This one's not bad
> > > http://www.consumerpulse.co.uk/
> > > not questionnaires but entering what you have bought each week.
> > > 10,000 points = #10 voucher (Argos etc)
> > >
> > > You get 500 points per week as long as you enter at least one
> > > item in that week plus 500 points for each item.
> > >
> > > So, if say you entered 5 items per week that would be 3,000
> > > points and therefore enough for a #10 voucher each month.
> > >
> > > One snag is not having many of the correct type of items that
> > > they want to know about which are: Cloths, books, maps, cinema
> > > visits, DVDs, CDs, Computer games, mobile phones, mobile
> > > services & bills, and beauty stuff.
> >
> > Anyone have an invite for this on the go?
>
> I do for Pinecone
> Tracym

Can you send me one then please?

--

From: Simon Finnigan on
"Tracym" <tracymidd(a)knickersoffhotmail.com> wrote in message
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>
> "Simon Finnigan" <SimonFinnigan(a)HotMail.Com> wrote in message
> news:g5g9le$khf$1(a)registered.motzarella.org...
>> "DubDriver" <dubsdrive5(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:FNMek.474$mA2.224(a)textfe.usenetserver.com...
>>>
>>> "Tracym" <tracymidd(a)knickersoffhotmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:g5fl87$fov$1(a)news.albasani.net...
>>>>
>>>> "DubDriver" <dubsdrive5(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:Nq2ek.462$mA2.211(a)textfe.usenetserver.com...
>>>>>
>>>>> "G a z" <spam(a)spam.com> wrote in message
>>>>> news:MPG.22e2958f38d45ee698968c(a)news.aioe.org...
>>>>>> In article <6drbcpF3t7a5U1(a)mid.individual.net>, jan(a)freeinternet.com
>>>>>> says...
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> When using LV in our local Tesco you have to have them validated at
>>>>>>> Customer
>>>>>>> Service first, which is always a palavar.
>>>>>>> Iceland is much easier- just hand them over a checkout in lieu of
>>>>>>> cash
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Strange, as when I use them in my local Tesco's, I hand them to the
>>>>>> till
>>>>>> lady and she just scans them, like any other vouchers, NO hassle & NO
>>>>>> problems!
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Mind you, I like john like to have the LV's rather than using PayPal,
>>>>>> after
>>>>>> all if you use eBay like I do to, then I feel we give eBay/PayPal
>>>>>> enough of
>>>>>> our money...
>>>>>
>>>>> Anything's better than the questionnaire invites from CIAO, most of
>>>>> which these days offer "If you complete our easy 20 minutes survey,
>>>>> you will be paid �0.10" ... hmmm that's just a measly 30p an hour!
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Or CIAO get me through 5-10 mins then say sorry you are not what we
>>>> need.
>>>> Tracym
>>>
>>> ... yeah .... or it says survey will take 10 minutes yet 30 minutes
>>> later you're still ticking boxes!
>>>
>>> This one's not bad
>>> http://www.consumerpulse.co.uk/
>>> not questionnaires but entering what you have bought each week.
>>> 10,000 points = �10 voucher (Argos etc)
>>>
>>> You get 500 points per week as long as you enter at least one item in
>>> that week plus 500 points for each item.
>>>
>>> So, if say you entered 5 items per week that would be 3,000 points and
>>> therefore enough for a �10 voucher each month.
>>>
>>> One snag is not having many of the correct type of items that they want
>>> to know about which are: Cloths, books, maps, cinema visits, DVDs, CDs,
>>> Computer games, mobile phones, mobile services & bills, and beauty
>>> stuff.
>>
>> Anyone have an invite for this on the go?
>
> I do for Pinecone
> Tracym

I`m in Pinecone and enjoy their luncheon vouchers :-) Quite keen on
Consumer pulse though :-)

From: DubDriver on

"Simon Finnigan" <SimonFinnigan(a)HotMail.Com> wrote in message
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> "DubDriver" <dubsdrive5(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:FNMek.474$mA2.224(a)textfe.usenetserver.com...
>>
>> "Tracym" <tracymidd(a)knickersoffhotmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:g5fl87$fov$1(a)news.albasani.net...
>>>
>>> "DubDriver" <dubsdrive5(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:Nq2ek.462$mA2.211(a)textfe.usenetserver.com...
>>>>
>>>> "G a z" <spam(a)spam.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:MPG.22e2958f38d45ee698968c(a)news.aioe.org...
>>>>> In article <6drbcpF3t7a5U1(a)mid.individual.net>, jan(a)freeinternet.com
>>>>> says...
>>>>>
>>>>>> When using LV in our local Tesco you have to have them validated at
>>>>>> Customer
>>>>>> Service first, which is always a palavar.
>>>>>> Iceland is much easier- just hand them over a checkout in lieu of
>>>>>> cash
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Strange, as when I use them in my local Tesco's, I hand them to the
>>>>> till
>>>>> lady and she just scans them, like any other vouchers, NO hassle & NO
>>>>> problems!
>>>>>
>>>>> Mind you, I like john like to have the LV's rather than using PayPal,
>>>>> after
>>>>> all if you use eBay like I do to, then I feel we give eBay/PayPal
>>>>> enough of
>>>>> our money...
>>>>
>>>> Anything's better than the questionnaire invites from CIAO, most of
>>>> which these days offer "If you complete our easy 20 minutes survey, you
>>>> will be paid �0.10" ... hmmm that's just a measly 30p an hour!
>>>>
>>>
>>> Or CIAO get me through 5-10 mins then say sorry you are not what we
>>> need.
>>> Tracym
>>
>> ... yeah .... or it says survey will take 10 minutes yet 30 minutes later
>> you're still ticking boxes!
>>
>> This one's not bad
>> http://www.consumerpulse.co.uk/
>> not questionnaires but entering what you have bought each week.
>> 10,000 points = �10 voucher (Argos etc)
>>
>> You get 500 points per week as long as you enter at least one item in
>> that week plus 500 points for each item.
>>
>> So, if say you entered 5 items per week that would be 3,000 points and
>> therefore enough for a �10 voucher each month.
>>
>> One snag is not having many of the correct type of items that they want
>> to know about which are: Cloths, books, maps, cinema visits, DVDs, CDs,
>> Computer games, mobile phones, mobile services & bills, and beauty stuff.
>
> Anyone have an invite for this on the go?

Sorry I hadn't realised that, as Tracym pointed out, it's by invite or I
wouldn't have bothered to mention Consumer Pulse. I must have been invited
somehow last year but can't remember from where!

There's a thread here, that if you've got a couple of hours to spare, gives
a better picture on the invite position.
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=495203
Rumored that it's a good idea to express your interest here
http://www.volunteer4panels.com/


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