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    Hey, so I graduated University about 6 months ago and have been looking for a career since then. While I've been waiting I started doing Deliveroo.

    I was definitely sceptical at first, if you read other stuff online it can paint a very murky picture of how legit the job actually is.
    But so far it's been the perfect part-time job.

    Don't get me wrong THIS IS NOT A GOOD FULL TIME JOB. But is it worth doing Deliveroo if you want a flexible part time job? Yes.

    When a lot of my friends found out how much I was making they all got involved and splitting the referral fee, we all made some quick easy cash.

    When you use a referral code and complete your first 20 deliveries (easily done in two evenings or one day) you get a £50 bonus and the person who referred you gets £200.

    If you're thinking about it but are unsure, I would definitely recommend at least doing the 20 deliveries just to try it out.
    I WILL PAY YOU TO USE MY REFERRAL CODE. £200 for me and £50 for you seems unfair if you're doing all the work. Use my code and i'll paypal you £75 of the £200 so we get £125 each.

    So you would make £125 + £80 for the 20 deliveries + tips and Deliveroo bonuses which can easily add up to over £240 for a a days work, even less if you're quick.

    Message me if you have any questions or are interested in getting my referral code.
 
 
 
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