Welcome to my Curious Cat app review where I will taking you through all the things you would possibly need to know about them.
With many people searching online for ways to make money some may not realise that some opportunities to make money can also be found on the app store. I have reviewed many apps that can make you an extra buck and in this post I will be looking at another one called Curious Cat.
So if you are curious in finding out whether or not they are legitimate, pay out and are of course worth your time then it could also be worth sticking around until the end of this review
What Are They?:
Making Money App
A UK based survey app that offers opportunities for you to make money completing short mobile surveys.
Curious Cat is an app created by a UK based company called On Device Research Company. The idea is that they are looking for opinions and thoughts on various different things through small mobile surveys. This information is valuable to company's and your participation can help influence many different projects and products.
As this is an app you will be required to download it from the app store, so unlike other survey panels you won't need to access the browser to start earning money.
Once you have downloaded the app and made an account you will be able to start making money. First things first there are things you will need to know about this process, first thing is that only selective countries can sign up so make sure to check if your country is eligble as they only support a few.
Second thing is unlike other survey panels who only tend to ask you to verify your email address you will instead need to verify your phone number. Admittedly I find this not ideal as I like to use a tablet/computer to do my surveys as its easier for me, however they do require this and I can understand if some people wouldn't want to go through with this step.
There is only one way to accumulate a few pounds with the app, which is obviously by completing surveys. I do like to clarify what is available on apps and sites as along with surveys many do offer alternative ways to make money on top of surveys. However in this case there is nothing else, not even a referral program which may disappoint those who like to invite their friends to make a additional income.
Anyway moving on and on to the surveys and how they work. There 4 types of research projects they may send to you, which include surveys, diary surveys, polls and short surveys. So as you can see there is variety to what you can complete.
Now your probably wondering how much can you get paid for doing these, and that ranges between 20 to 200 points in the app currency. The amount of points you get does depend on different things, so some surveys may pay towards the lesser range and some may pay higher. This is the case with most survey panels and sites out there.
Once you have reached the minimum threshold which is low you can request a payout. These are sent instantly and straight to your PayPal account. For additional information this is also paid out in pounds, so for someone like me who is British its much easier to understand just how much you are getting and earning.
There's nothing much better then receiving money instantly when you do a job and its good to see this with Curious Cat. There are many survey panels that I have used that have made me wait up to a few months just for a gift card so this is pleasant to see.
One of the useful things about apps is not only can they be used at home but you can also use them out and about unlike a desktop computer, they are handy and you can get them out your pocket and be using them in seconds.
So this is a good bonus as if for example your on the tube you can complete a survey and make money pretty much while your on the go.
The only letdowns with apps such as this one is that the earning potential is normally quite low. Some people come to apps like this thinking they will make full-time income however that is impossible. These apps are great but just for some extra funds per month, but nothing else.
Some might now consider this a con however I understand that giving away personal details such as phone number isn't ideal for many. So if you don't want to verify with your phone I would look elsewhere as there are apps and sites that just require an email and that's it
I like to review new apps as occasionally you can find some great apps that can benefit you. With Curious Cat its hard to tell whether it is completely legit as they are fairly brand new and aren't well known. For the time being I would say they are legit and worth a try as users have shared there payment proofs online.
I will come back to this review in a few months to update once the installs have increased and more people have tried the app.
What do you think to Curious Cat? Have any questions or opinions you would like to throw my way?
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in this review I'll be going through a survey site that I have recently come across called survey spotter. From what I have seen you can make up to £300 a month with them however this all to familiar and similar to a site I have reviewed in the past.
With that said in this Survey Spotter Review I'll be telling you whether they are legit or a scam and if so a survey site to invest your time into.
Now quickly before I get started...
If you are looking for a legitimate site that offers opportunities to make money, don't look any further than my recommendation.
They have helped me make an extra $500 every month ever since I first joined them, so feel free to check them out.
What Are They?: A site that compares and recommends different survey sites
Worth It?: No
Survey Spotter is basically a site that recommends survey sites to people like you who are interested in making money online. They are operated by a firm in London by the name of All Grove Ltd.
The catch however or where the confusion starts is that with this site you won't be making money directly with them. Many people sign up and think they will make £300 on the spot, however that's not how they work.
You can get where many people get that idea from as when you click on the site your showed a big text saying just how much you can make, it all sounds rather easy.
Now for the purpose of this review I went ahead and signed up to see just what Survey Spotter as to offer. I started by filling in the first page which required details such as my email and date of birth, this was easy to complete and took less then a minute.
After doing that I went onto the next step which instructed me to choose survey sites to join, I was given a list of 11 survey sites I could sign up with.
I can see why this kind of site could be of use as you are shown sites that offer ways to make money through completing surveys.
The one thing i'm not a fan of is the false promises Survey Spotter make. They mention how you can make £300 if you sign up for all the sites however I recognise and reviewed a number of them and I have found that making £5 a month with some of the sites hard let alone £300.
Who knows, you may be able to make more money with sites like Global Test Market, Toluna, etc but I found there pay to be really low.
When you sign up and choose the sites you would like to make money with Survey Spotter will sign you up for them using the details you provided.
I named a few of the survey sites you will be signed up to, there are another 9 sites which consist of:
There are a few good survey sites in their but of all of them Swagbucks is the only one that could make you £300 a month, all the others I have reviewed and tested in the past and most pay below par.
One thing that pops up a lot on their sites is how you can make at least £3 a survey. That's good pay especially for surveys however most of the sites listed will only pay up to £1 a survey if your lucky.
If it helps instead of signing up with Survey Spotter, ill leave links to my full reviews for the survey sites I've reviewed above so you can take a look for yourself to see if there's a site there for you.
Survey spotter is legit and your details are safe with them however they aren't worth it as many of the sites they are partnered with pay cents.
Don't let that put you off surveys though as completing surveys is still a great way to make money which is why I recommend the best site out there Swagbucks. These pay considerably better then the others and offer a variety of ways to make money.
What do you think to my Survey Spotter review? Have you tried or used any of the survey sites there partnered with?
Let me know what you have to say in the comments section down below 🙂
Today I'll be bringing your way a Rewards Buck Review. I recently stumbled across this site while browsing ways to make money on my phone and this one seems to be another site that offer opportunities for you to make money online.
Whats interesting about this one is the fact it is a rewards site but is fully compatible on mobile and even laid out so that you can make money on your phone as well.
I have tried out many making money apps/sites and a good amount of them do offer solid way's to make a few extra dollars. For instance PrizeRebel and Swagbucks are two good examples of ones I have tried.
Anyway in this Rewards Buck Review I'll be talking you through how exactly the app works, whether they are legit or a scam and to sum it up whether or not they are worth your time and effort.
Now quickly before I get started...
If you came to this review looking for a solution to making a consistent income each month I have to say straight off that the earning potential is limited with Reward Bucks.
Instead I would recommend this rewards site that while offer the same kind of opportunities, offer more of them and pay out much better. Feel free to check them out if your interested by clicking the button below!
What Are They?: Making Money App
My Worth It Rating: 2/5
Reward Bucks is a fairly new site that offers opportunities for you to make money by doing things such as completing surveys, doing offers and downloading apps.
How it works is quite simple and easy to get your head around as for every task you complete you will receive points in the app currency called 'Reward Bucks' (RB) which can then be used towards redeeming rewards such as getting gift cards. They do however have minimum thresholds and certain rewards available so I will explain how this works later.
First you will need to sign up at the website in order to start earning, you can sign up using your email address or by using your Facebook account. The registration is easy to set up and took me 1 minute to complete.
You do get 100 reward bucks for free when you join which equals $1 which helps towards reaching your first payout. However you will need $10 to withdraw and get your first reward
Once you have signed up you will be taken to a dashboard containing different types of opportunities to make money.
The site does also appear to be a mobile version and you will find different types of offers as you scroll down the page. If you click on the 3 lines in the top right corner you can go to pages such as your account and the reward selection page.
From what I saw after registering most of the offers were to do with purchasing, so in order to get points I would need to purchase a special offer or do a trial. They do claim you can get paid to take surveys and download apps however I found none in my dashboard.
The opportunities available to you are quite limited to you which could be an issue as their doesn't seem to be a great potential for you to make money. As you can see from the screenshot below of what I had in my account, there was only a handful of tasks I could do to earn points.
I probably won't be using this site mainly for the lack of ways to earn but also because for me anyway from what I can complete in order to make money I would need to put in money or put in my card details for an offer in order to get money back.
If you are able to reach the minimum threshold of 1000 RB ($10) you will have the choice of different US gift cards. Unfortunately they don't offer any cash payouts such as PayPal or Cheque which is a shame as you can't receive straight up money for your efforts.
These consist of Visa, BestBuy, Walmart, Amazon, Target, IHop and Gamestop. These rewards cost and range from $10 - $100. You can expect to receive these within 7 days of request.
With the opportunities I spoke about earlier you will find that what is avialable to you as a member is not great. In fact unless you are going to invest your time in paid offers that do pay well, it will be hard to reach that minimum threshold even with the $1 bonus they give you at the start.
As you can probably tell already with the opportunities on offer you will struggle to make anything to be honest. Something that I am a big fan of are referral systems where you can get paid to simple invite others, however this isn't in function here, so earning is limited.
One of the main reasons why it can be so good to have one at your disposal. Mainly because if you do ever run out of tasks to complete, you can always invite people and get paid. It also proves to be a great way to make a passive income since once you have done the hard work the income continues to come in.
I know many of you when you think of earning cash online are thinking about actual money but with Reward Bucks there is no option to receive your earnings by cash.
Sure, gift cards are good in their own right as you can use them to get free stuff at many retailers however it won't go towards paying the bills.
If you are looking for rewards sites that will make you money but also pay you cash instead then top 5 rated survey sites that payout via PayPal.
Reward Bucks is legit and does offer a way for you to make money doing simple tasks, however I wouldn't recommend them as the amount of opportunities offered are very limited so earning enough for a few gift cards here could be hard to do.
When there are reward sites out there already that offer the same opportunities and more it is easy for me to recommend them ones over this one as your earning potential is better.
If you want to find some reward sites to make money with then I recommend you check out this top rated reward site list I have put together.
What do you think to Reward Bucks? Have any questions or opinions you would like to throw my way?
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So what is Cashcrate about? Cashcrate is a long serving Survey site that has been paying its members for completing surveys and offers on the place since 2007.
People have asked me what is Cashcrate about, but I wasn’t able to say much on them as I was unknown to them
If your looking to find out what they are about, whether you can make any money and most importantly whether or not they are legit then you are in the right place.
I decided to go and try out the website myself and have had a play with most of the features on the site over the last couple of weeks to bring this CashCrate review to you guys.
Here I’ll be giving you the full run down of them and how you can earn money on the site.
Now quickly before I get started...
If you are looking for a legitimate survey site that pays well, don't look any further than my recommendation.
They have helped me make an extra $500 every month ever since I first joined them!
What Are They?: Survey Panel
My Worth It Rating: 3/5
Cashcrate is for anyone above the age of 13 is eligible to join the site, although the site is available to anyone.
However, the majority of offers are mostly available to US and UK speaking countries.
The sign up process is very simple for this site, you will need to enter your name and email to sign up.
The final step is to go to your email to then confirm that that is your email address and that is you done.
One of the best ways to make money is by taking advantage of the offers they have on the site.
The offers do pay well, but the only problem is that they don’t update them regularly enough so some days you do find that you run out of offers to complete.
The offers are split into two, the paid offers and the free offers.
The paid offers generally pay a lot better than the free offers but require you to either enter your credit card details or purchase something.
The free offers, however, don’t require any purchase but usually pay less than the paid ones.
Surveys are another way to earn on the site, in this feature on the site you will find a mixture between their surveys and survey routers.
The survey routers tend to pay the usual ranging from around $0.75 to $1.00.
Their surveys, however, pay from $0.10 upwards. I tend to stay away from the ones that pay lower than $0.75 as there just not worth your time and effort.
The online shopping feature to the site allows you to get cashback on online stores that you purchase goods at.
I like this kind of features as there quite a cool way to make money. Shopping online is something I do anyway so its just a bonus if you can get paid for it.
Out of all the features, this one’s probably my favourite of them all.
Cash crate has a great referral system that allows you to get 20% of all your referrals earnings plus an extra 10% of your referrals.
Not only that but you then get $3 every time your referrals earn $10. Let’s say your referral earns $100; you would get a $30!
You can request a Paypal payment as soon as you reach £20. This one’s fairly similar to toluna in the fact it has a very high minimum payout. This one better compared to Toluna’s £35 minimum in my opinion as there are also much more opportunity to make money.
They Payout through Paypal on the 20th of the following month. If you requested a payout in March, you would get paid on the 20th in April.
With the limited opportunities on offer trying to reach $35 in order to get paid will be a slow process and take you time to reach.
Compared to other sites such as PrizeRebel and Swagbucks where the minimum threshold is as low as $1, that is a big difference one of the reasons I tend to stick with the latter sites because getting paid out is much easier.
There are many reasons why I don't like sites with high thresholds, first one being if the panel is shut down more likely or not you won't recieve a payout.
So imagine you made $30 and was so close to the threshold but then the panel closed down. It is unlikely has Cashcrate is established however it could happen and all that hard work would of gone to nothing.
The second reason why and this one is obvious is the fact it could take you 2/3 months or more before you actually have enough to withdraw.
Don't forget apart from the referral program opportunities are limited so it will be time consuming and take many survey completions.
As stated in thier terms and conditions payments can take as long as 4 weeks to process. That is a lengthy spell of time and a lot slower than many of its existing competitors.
While many people wouldn't mind waiting that along there are still many panels that I have tried and tested that pay as quick as instantly. Sites such as SuperPayMe and Rewarding Ways send out instant pays out to PayPal which is cool and one of the reasons why I use them to get quick cash from time to time.
No, CashCrate is not a scam and is a legitimate site to earn rewards with.
I wouldn’t say it is the most efficient reward site out there to make money and most of that goes down to the fact the minimum cash out is considerably high.
If you do choose to use this site I would recommend I would say it just below the level of some of my favourite sites which are still pretty good.
Cashcrate is a okay site to use to earn rewards, especially with its referral system which will offer a long term source of income if you manage to gain enough referrals.
However what I recommend to anyone looking to make more than just a few cents is Affiliate Marketing as it allows you to make a consistent full-time income from the comfort of your own home.
The idea is that you pick a topic/niche, create your own website around it and then attract a audience to your site.
Platform I use is called Wealthy Affiliate which teaches you how to make an online business and then how to start making revenue ( Full-Time Income!).
What do you think to CashCrate? Have any questions or opinions you would like to throw my way?
Let me know by leaving a comment down below, I'm interested in hearing what you guys have to say 🙂
Apparently you can make up to £50 a survey completing surveys, that's what Paid Surveys UK seems to claim. Well in that case I better sign up and you should to as it sounds like its a very easy way to make money.
Unfortunately some things seem to good to be true and that's something I found with this site.
Yes you can make money completing surveys in fact there are hundreds of thousands of people around the world completing surveys right now and it can be an easy way to generate an income online.
Many of you are probably wondering is Paid Surveys UK a scam or can you actually make good money using the site.
There are many sites like this one around the internet that set high expectations for the industry when in reality the payouts are a lot lower.
Without further ado let me teach you more about Paid Surveys UK and why they aren't all they initially come across as being.
But very quickly before I get started...
I know I was going to start the review and tell you whether or not they are legit but to save your time and hopefully help you make money starting today I wanted to recommend a survey site that I have had a lot of success with over the years.
The #1 recommendation I have for you offers plenty of ways to make money including completing surveys, watching videos, doing offers/tasks, shopping online and more.
So feel free to check them out if you are interested in making extra cash online.
What Are They?: Site That Promotes Survey Sites
My Worth It Rating: 1/5
Paid Surveys UK isn't exactly a survey site of such instead they show you and promote other survey sites to you that you can start making money completing surveys. Basically it's a site set up to show you survey sites in the industry that pay out.
This site as been in operation for 13 years ever since 2005 and are owned by Affility Media Inc which are a UK based company.
They are also interestingly owned by the same company that function of Survey Police, to be honest I'm not that surprised. While Survey Police is a established site that shows you hundreds of sites that offer ways for you to earn money from your opinions. I did find they do over hype sites that have bad reviews but despite that they still recommend them.
If you have checked out the site before this review you would of found that it is scattered with links, these are affiliate links that make them money every time someones clicks on them and joins the survey site they recommend.
On the site you will find guides and lists of survey sites to join with and start making money. If you want to earn PayPal cash there is a list of survey sites that do that, as well there are other lists.
In order to actually start making money you will need to sign up with the sites by clicking the join now buttons. Alternatively you can type the sites into Google and sign up that way.
Once you are then signed you, you should be able to start taking surveys and receive invites. These are from the survey companies themselves not Paid Surveys UK.
They say you can get paid up to £50 however with the sites on offer it does depend from site it site as some pay out more than others.
From looking at whats available and what they are promoting I wouldn't expect to make any more than £5 a survey. Then again that is quite high and most surveys that I have taken pay out £0.50-£2 a survey, so that's a good guideline to go around.
One thing to understand when it comes to taking surveys is that making tons of money isn't possible and that goes for the industry in whole.
You can make extra cash however up to £500+ in fact with this site I like to use, however any site promising more than that is more than likely a scam.
Either the list is old or they are recommending survey sites that are just poor and don't pay out well. Their are a few on the list that could be worth checking out but for the most part the surveys they promote are garbage in my opinions.
Two on that list in particularly are Toluna and Ipsos which I have tried out for myself and I found myself quitting the both as earning money was to hard and stressful.
This is one of the reasons why I raise an eyebrow with these kind of sites as most of the just aren't great and you will find many rumours to back that up. It's either they are recommending them because they have a good relationship with the company's or they really believe you can make money using the site. It's up to you which one you think...
Going from there FAQ's they mention how you can make plenty of money just completing surveys and at one point they say you can make up to £50 a survey.
Well I would love to see a screenshot of a £50 payout as you just don't get offered them, especially at the survey sites they promote. In fact to an extent
Well Paid Surveys UK is legit however they are quite pointless.
What I do like however compared to similar sites is that they do talk about the survey sites and show you what they have to offer instead of just shoving links in your face.
Apart from that I don't really see that much wrong with them so feel free to check them out and maybe you might find a survey site that is for you.
I will slightly contradict myself and like I mentioned a good chunk of them I have tried and found to be poor.
Instead I would recommend checking out #1 recommendation that I have tried and been paid numerous times by.
They are a level above the other survey sites I have tried out and it's clear why as they offer a lot of opportunities for you to make money from home
What do you think to Get Paid Surveys UK?
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Swagbucks is one of the most well known if not the most well-known survey site out there. While they may of paid out millions of dollars over the years the question that most people seem to ask is Swagbucks worth my time?
In this Swagbucks review, I’ll be answering this question aswell as bringing you guys a full rundown on the site and how you can maximise your earnings with them.
The majority of survey sites either make it hard for you to withdraw earnings or simply just don’t give you enough opportunities to make money.
However from using this site for the last couple of years I’ve found them to stand out from some of their fellow competitors within the GPT market.
With the ways I show how to earn on this site should help you to make an easy $5 at least.
What are they?: GPT Site (Rewards Site)
Worth It?: Yes
Swagbucks is a highly popular and established rewards site that pays members to complete all kinds of tasks such as surveys, watching videos, playing games, and more.
Swagbucks first came onto the scene just under 10 years ago and has rewarded over 140 million dollars worth of rewards to thier users.
Swagbucks is available globally to anyone over the age of 13 years old.
Shop and earn allow you to claim cash back when you purchase from your favourite stores online; this can vary from 2% all the way up to 10% of a shop at an online retailer.
Swagbucks hand picks new fresh videos for you to watch to earn SB on the site. There are many videos to watch from all types of categories, so you can choose videos to watch from your interests.
One thing I do is that while I’m doing stuff at home I tend to leave the laptop on with the videos going through, this way you can earn a good bit of money without even touching anything.
The most I’ve been able to earn from leaving videos on all day on my PC is $5, which is awesome as technically you could $35 a week.
Like most Survey sites Swagbucks also have a survey section which includes daily surveys (Gold Surveys) that offer great value for the time.
As well as these Swagbucks have survey routers that include the likes of saysoforgood, global test market, live sample and others. The survey routers are a great way to earn money on the site as its guaranteed money taking you qualify for the surveys.
Like most sites, Swagbucks also has to offer walls on their site. Swagbucks have twelve offer walls available to their members; these consist of:
The surveys do tend to run out on these survey routers so sometimes it can be best to check back every other day for new and updated surveys.
When I first came across Swagstakes, I wasn’t expecting it to be as good as I was expecting. I found myself after a month of joining winning a $5 Amazon gift card which at the time was something as I was only new to the site.
I have been a member of the site for three years now and have only won once, but at least I can tell you that it is possible to win Swagstakes if you’re lucky like I was.
Swagstakes allows you to put your SB into draws to win lots of great prizes; these prizes can consist of gift cards, enormous sums of money, electronics, holidays, you name it.
Swagbucks have a good referral system called ‘ Promote and Earn’ that allows you to get 10% of all your referrals earnings for life.
You can request gift cards such as Amazon, Walmart, StarBucks, and Paypal; you can also use your earned SB to donate to charity.
Gift cards can be claimed as soon as you get to $5 for most gift cards which are easy to reach.
Rewards can take up to seven days to be processed. For PayPal, the credit will be added to your PayPal account, this is providing that the same email associated with your PayPal is the same as the one on your Swagbucks account.
For all the other gift cards after ordering the code for the gift cards will both be put in your account on Swagbucks as well as emailed to you.
Swagbucks as being paying people for years now and is a great site to earn money right away. With enough earning opportunities to earn at least $5 a day I definitely recommend this site.
At this current moment along with another survey site called Prizerebel, this one is up there as one of my favourites.
Thank you for reading the Swagbucks review I have brought to you guys!
What are your opinions on the site? Have you used this site before?
Feel free to leave a comment below
Have a Great Day Guys, Josh:)
If you’ve ever completed an offer of an offer wall on a survey site then you’ve probably at some point either come across or heard of Reward TV. If you like to watch a lot of Tv then this site may just be for you as they will pay you for answering questions on programs. Now today I’ll be reviewing the site in this Reward Tv Review to see if they are actually a legitimate and genuine site to earn rewards.
Click here to find out how I make a full-time income from home using my #1 recommendation
Reward TV is a company based in the US that rewards members for watching tv. Unlike sites that actually pay you for your time in watching tele, this site will ask you questions on your favourite shows in exchange for points.
So let’s say you watched the Simpsons a couple of days ago, Reward TV will then ask you questions on what happened on the show and will reward you if you get the answers correct.
Unfortunately, you won’t be earning money as sought. Instead, you will be earning points that can then be entered into sweepstakes and auctions. I think this is a real let down as the quizzes are fun and easy to complete.
For every survey, there’s generally around 15 questions which mean you can earn up to 1500 points, 100 for each one. Some surveys can be as small as 8/9 questions and some can go up to 17/18 questions.
Some surveys can be as small as 8/9 questions and some can go up to 17/18 questions.
Unfortunately, this feature really sucks as it’s almost impossible to get rewards through this way.
Every couple of days Reward Tv will put up gift cards up for auction where members can then bid as many points as they wish in order to win them.
So with this, you could end up overspending in an attempt to win a prize, so a months worth of points could go in an unsuccessful bid for $5 Amazon Gift Card.
For every time you attempt a survey you will get one an entry into the sweepstakes. I can only imagine that the chances of you winning this are very small if everyone gets entered as there are a lot of surveys completed each day.
Oh did I forget to mention the sweepstake prize is 10’000 USD.
For every person, you refer to the site you will get 2500 points, however unlike other sites where you can refer as many people as you want you can only refer a maximum of 20 people.
Reward TV is legit but I really don’t recommend it has it isn’t worth your time. Plus I doubt you would ever earn a cent with the site with the way the auctions and sweepstakes are set up.
However, there are many other better survey sites out there that you can try out that will genuinely pay and also offer more opportunities to make extra cash – check out this list here
Reward TV is definitely not worth the effort of using purely for the fact that there’s no guarantee that you will actually be able to get any rewards. However, If you do still want to earn money then my #1 recommendation will definitely help you out
Have you ever considered making your own business/website? Well, that’s exactly what my recommendation offers. The platform I use to make a Full-time income is called Wealthy Affiliate which teaches you exactly how to make a business from scratch and then how to start generating some revenue.
Not only is it genuine but it’s also free to sign to try out, I’ll leave a link to my full review below which tells you all you need to know about the site and how to get started.
Do you rate Reward TV? Had much success? Leave a comment in the comments section below
Have a great day guys:)