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    When I was younger I was a freelance web developer, made upto £3k per job. I've also imported in-demand electronics from Japan selling as much as £700 a piece with cost price of £350.
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    £5 - l'm richhhhhh
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    About £40. Not seriously into betting and rarely bet anything more than £5 a time. Unless Paddy Power are doing their "bet £x and get £x free in play bet" things.
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    About £300 from youtube and £50 from stock trading (just started out with a small deposit)
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    I make around £80 a month just through surveys, UserTesting and taking part in a digital trends programme, takes less than an hour a month as well!
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    Made like £25 doing online surveys and about £40/£50 on ebay in total lmao.
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    (Original post by NX172)
    When I was younger I was a freelance web developer, made upto £3k per job. I've also imported in-demand electronics from Japan selling as much as £700 a piece with cost price of £350.
    What happened now tho, Have you stopped doing it?
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    £0 :puppyeyes:
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    About £1600 last month.
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    Decent amount
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    (Original post by Grace019)
    What happened now tho, Have you stopped doing it?
    I've stopped freelance work for now as I'm working full-time. As for the imports, the things I sell are quite seasonal so haven't been doing that much.
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    £350 on the first lot i purchased best i know is my step-granddad he bought a shipment of abandoned freight it was modding car parts and he sold them over a couple of years and made £350,000
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    (Original post by Reue)
    About £1600 last month.
    That's pretty good actually. Online games am guessing?
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    Two dollars. Investing in the Steam trading card market hasn't quite worked out yet...
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    (Original post by Grace019)
    That's pretty good actually. Online games am guessing?
    Not even close. Why would you guess that?
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    (Original post by Reue)
    Not even close. Why would you guess that?
    Online gaming market is pretty big. Why, what's your way?
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    (Original post by Grace019)
    Online gaming market is pretty big. Why, what's your way?
    I cant imagine many people making much from that, more likely to be a very small minority earning alot.

    I'm a professional gambler and publish books on amazon.
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    £50000 from a £10000 practice account on Trading 212
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    (Original post by Hussm)
    £50000 from a £10000 practice account on Trading 212
    Keep dreaming.
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    $3.26 from playing in a gaming tournament :cool:
 
 
 
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