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There Is No Such Thing As Free Supermarket Vouchers

Scammers are out to take your money using your phone as a direct link to your bank account – ladies and gentlemen the supermarket vouchers scam is back in time for Christmas! If you haven’t already seen the supermarket vouchers scam on social media, it surely won’t be too long. The scam basically offers the promise of a £500 supermarket voucher….

water bills
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How To Cut Down Your Water Bills

Water bills are fast becoming a major headache for many households in the UK. Water bills are increasingly becoming of significant concern for many households. Back in the days when I was still working in the energy sector, I was continually asked by customers whether we could help to switch their water suppliers too and reduce their bill. The answer…

Buying and selling unwanted gift cards has never been so easy, you're going to love Zeek! I've lost count of the amount of times over the years that I've received a voucher or gift card for a shop I don't really use. It generally stays in a draw somewhere, unloved and unused. But, there is somewhere you can sell your unwanted gift cards, as well as pick up a couple of knock down ones yourself - this is why I love Zeek. The makers of Zeek have created an online marketplace which matches people up who are looking to sell their unwanted gift cards to others looking to shop at that store. In this short review I'll look from the perspectives of both the seller and the buyer. As an extra 'Brucey Bonus' , if you sign up to Zeek via the link below - using my Zeek promocode 23KBXDZA - you'll get a free £5 credited to your account. Get £5 free credit with Zeek Promo Code 23KBXDZA
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Why I Love Zeek (And You Should Too)

Buying and selling unwanted gift cards has never been so easy, you’re going to love Zeek! I’ve lost count of the amount of times over the years that I’ve received a voucher or gift card for a shop I don’t really use. It generally stays in a draw somewhere, unloved and unused. But, there is somewhere you can sell your…

Great British Bake Off
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The Budget Great British Bake Off

If, like me, you’re still mourning the tragic loss of Mary, Mel and Sue from our beloved Great British Bake Off, let me attempt to lighten your mood with a Do-It-Yourself budget bake off bonanza. I thought I’d put together a blog post made in Great British Bake Off heaven for you all today, to help soften the blow of the…

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Beware, The Apple iTunes Scam Is Back

Surprise, surprise, the Apple iTunes scam is back! Here is everything you need to know. It seems to happen two or three times every year and this one is no different, the Apple iTunes scam is back targeting your card details. Fake iTunes receipts are doing the rounds again, designed to dupe people by looking authentic and genuine. You wouldn’t…

friends characters
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Learn From The Friends Characters, Not The Dodgy Adverts In Between

We should be taking our lead from the Friends characters and not the irresponsible adverts in between. A couple of weeks ago, to my absolute joy and my partners horror, I noticed Comedy Central had been added to my Virgin Media Package free of charge. This could mean only one thing, I could watch the whole Friends box set all over…

People are making considerably more selling their new five pound note! The new five pound note is tougher, made of polymer and is more durable, but they could also be worth a lot more than you expected too. That's simply because collectors have realised that - as the Bank of England's first ever plastic note - some are pretty special in the world of currency collecting. Ever since my good mate James made the news for trying to sell his toenails on eBay, nothing much surprises me anymore. And the new five pound note is no different. It has been reported today that some have sold for between £200 and £400 - WOW! A quick glance and there are literally hundreds ranging from just everyday people trying their luck, to staunch collectors who know their worth. Before you get excited thinking there is a small fortune in your pocket, here is what the collectors are looking out for.
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How People Are Selling Their New Five Pound Note For Much More!

People are making considerably more selling their new five pound note! The new five pound note is tougher, made of polymer and is more durable, but they could also be worth a lot more than you expected too. That’s simply because collectors have realised that – as the Bank of England’s first ever plastic note – some are pretty special in…

Would you prefer to live in a cashless society? With around 52% of transactions in the UK now cashless payments, are we getting closer to a cashless society? The use of bank notes can be traced back to 7th century China, where merchants used them to avoid carrying copper coins in large transactions. Over in England, we didn't jump on the bandwagon until 1694 when we desperately needed cash to bankroll King William III's war against France. Citizens were encouraged to exchange deposits for hand-written notes that promised to pay the bearer the sum of the note on demand. History lesson over! Fast forward to 2016 and we're edging ever closer to a totally cashless society. But what will it mean for us? Are we stepping further in the direction of a Big Brother society by doing so? The infographic below highlights how quickly we are snowballing towards a cashless world.
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Is A Cashless Society Reality Or Just Science Fiction?

Would you prefer to live in a cashless society? With around 52% of transactions in the UK now cashless payments, are we getting closer to a cashless society? The use of bank notes can be traced back to 7th century China, where merchants used them to avoid carrying copper coins in large transactions. Over in England, we didn’t jump on the bandwagon…

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You Can’t Miss The Taste Card £1 for 3 Months Offer

Taste Card are running an offer you won’t want to miss out on. If you are a regular restaurant visitor or just fancy getting out more rejoice because Taste Card have released a stonking new offer that you really won’t want to miss out on, especially handy as we approach the festive season. Not only can you save 50% off your…

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