A CASH queen has shared how she’s made thousands of pounds just by doing online surveys in her spare time.
Anna Lykova told The Sun how she has made nearly £4,000 from filling in questionnaires on websites every day.
Anna started using survey sites in lockdown and has made a tidy sum
She told The Sun: “I spend four to five hours a day doing them, sometimes seven on a slow day.
“I always have the pages of survey sites open on my laptop and check through the day.”
The 39-year-old earned the cash from online survey site Qmee over the past 18 months.
But she has also earned more on top in vouchers for shops like Amazon, M&S and Asos from LifePoints and iSay, where you can also make money from answering questions.
Anna finds the time in between working from home with her business consultant husband and caring for her mother-in-law.
But she also completes them in her down time, including while she’s watching telly in the evening – and thinks others should give it a go too.
“I’m lucky, I can work from home and I have a very supportive family around me,” she said.
“There’s so many people out there who don’t realise the potential. Maybe not for people with full-time jobs. But if you’re a stay at home mum or disabled.
“On a slow week I’ll make £50 and on a good week £70 or £80.“
Anna, who also loves hunting for yellow-sticker bargains and does mystery shopping and product testing to earn extra cash, said she uses the cash she earns from survey sites to pay for groceries and eating out.
She regularly “cashes out” what she earns and gets money from QMee paid into her PayPal account for spending later.
She said: “The money that my husband and I earn from work goes towards bills. And then we always have our PayPal to fall back on if we need a bit of a buffer.”
After sharing a picture of her account balance of £3,938 on the Latest Deals Facebook group, she gained thousands of messages from surprised bargain hunters.
Most of them were shocked to see how much she had made and Anna has shared her top tips for how others can do the same with The Sun.
Stick with it and be patient
Anna picked up the lucrative habit after finding herself with time on her hands during the Covid lockdown, and was inspired after seeing others …….