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If you’ve not heard of Oh My Dosh or if you’ve heard of it but are still uncertain, then this article is for you.
I discovered Oh My Dosh a little while back. However, I hesitated thinking it sounded too good to be true and therefore must be a scam.
Then, a couple of months ago, I came to my senses and gave it a go. Now, I’m nearly £70 better off and I’ve still got lots of offers to make money from.
Oh My Dosh! is a website that gives you money when you sign up for different trials and offers. Think Quidco and TopCashback but for things like Amazon Prime subscriptions.
You can sign up to Oh My Dosh using my link and earn yourself a £1 welcome bonus to get you started.
You’ll need to fill in your details and confirm your email address (you’ll get an extra 50p for that).
To receive payment, you will need to tell Oh My Dosh how you want to be paid. You can choose between PayPal or BACS, and you’ll need to enter the details for these.
With that complete, you’ll be ready to start earning money.
In case you were wondering how this company makes money then let me explain.
Like Quidco and Top Cashback, Oh My Dosh makes through affiliate links. These means that the companies pay them to promote their products in exchange for a fee.
Oh My Dosh then passes some of this money on to you. What the companies hope will happen is that you’ll enjoy their products and want to carry on using them.
However, what we are really doing is using the products just for the money.
Definitely not! I’ve made £66.20 through this site so far and there are still plenty of offers being added to the site.
If you don’t believe me, you can check out their Trustpilot ratings. Hopefully, this will give the reassurance you need.
One thing to watch out for is that Oh My Dosh is referring you to third-party sites. In my experience, they have all been fine, but it is advisable to look over the T&Cs in case there is anything there that doesn’t sit comfortably.
How you make money with Oh My Dosh is basically the same for each offer. You follow the link to the website, complete the terms of the offer and this will register on Oh My Dosh.
Once the company confirm you have completed the terms then your money becomes available through Oh My Dosh.
Upon reaching the £10 payout threshold, you’ll be able to withdraw your money to either your bank or PayPal.
Lightning Payouts are the best thing about Oh My Dosh. These are offers that will payout within three working days. In my experience, some of them will payout near instantly.
There are several offers like this that you can take advantage of straight away. They vary from Amazon Prime free trials to survey sites to a free Graze box.
I thoroughly recommend doing as many lightning payout offers as you can. There are simple to do and fast money.
When I first signed up to Oh My Dosh I went full out on the Lightning Payouts as I wanted to see how quickly I could get the money in my account.
These are the offers I completed:
TOTAL = £27.20
Once you deduct the money I had to spend to qualify for the offers, I was left with £21.22.
If, however, you look beyond just the money and look also at the value of the products and services I received, there’s a lot more.
All of these trials I was able to use fully as well as receiving the payment. We had a great month enjoying our Simply Cook box full of exciting ingredients. I loved checking out the magazines on offer from Readly. The kids demolished the snacks that we got from our free Graze box.
The trick is to ensure that you cancel these services. If you do not cancel them then you will pay full price for them after the trial period is over.
This is fine if you get value from the service and want it to continue, but it is worth remembering why you did this in the first place.
Occasionally, it is possible that you’ve done everything right but the payment has not shown up in your account.
Luckily, Oh My Dosh has an excellent system for handling this. In the menu bar, you will find an option called “Missing Offers” if you click on this you will find a page dedicated to helping you.
You will need to select the offer that hasn’t shown up and provide the details that you used to sign up to that offer.
They may contact you and ask for further information such as a screenshot of the sign-up details.
I’ve been through this system twice. Both times the issue was resolved within a few hours and the responses I received were excellent.
Therefore, if this happens to you, just log the issue and I have ever faith that Oh My Dosh will sort it out for you.
Again they have support for this! They have a Helpdesk option in their menu bar where you can log any other issues you might have.
I had a bit of glitch where the numbers in my account weren’t showing up correctly. I contact them and within a couple of hours, they had their technical support team sorting it out for me.
In order to get your money, you will need to have completed £10 or more’s worth of offers and have these turned to payable. You’ll be able to check this under Menu then History.
If you’ve got enough then you can switch to Balance and withdraw. Make sure you’ve set up how you want Oh My Dosh to pay you first and ensure that your details are accurate.
One of the best bits about Oh My Dosh is telling all your friends about it. For each friend, you refer you can earn £5.
As long as your friend signs up using your referral link and uses the site to cash out at least £10 then you will get your money.
This is a great way to boost your earnings through the site and it doesn’t cost you or your friend anything.
If not then get yourself signed up and start making money. If you do have any further queries or concerns then feel free to comment below. Or you can find me on Twitter or Facebook.
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Looking After Your Pennies is an eco-friendly personal finance blog written and managed by Charlotte Jessop.
I write on a variety of topics including frugal lifestyle, eco-friendly living, money making ideas and generally how to make your money go further.