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Just came across this website, which seems to be similar to Quidco, only with some better deals (at a first glance), e.g. 5% cashback at Tesco grocery. Nevertheless, I have searched hotukdeals webs… Read More
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
Just came across this website, which seems to be similar to Quidco, only with some better deals (at a first glance), e.g. 5% cashback at Tesco grocery.

Nevertheless, I have searched hotukdeals website and failed to get any thread that discusses ''u shop u care''.

Would like to ask for people's opinion before i decide whether to give it a go.

thanks.
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
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very slow, does not seem to be as much as quidco on some retailers. Looks good though.
#2
If you are a member of ipoints, you can get points from your groceries by going through mysupermarket. Is really simple to use and you can transfer your 'favourites' from tesco/sainsburys/asda/ocado

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=611733 - doesnt sound that good

I tried to go to the site but it said 'cant start session', Managed to get on a bit later, and most of the percentages seem lower than quidco. You also have to earn £20 before they send you anything.
#3
What I am concerned about at the moment is whether they do exist or are they some bunch of bananas that try to hook you up with all these so-called 'cashbacks' and run away with your cashbacks and possibly your bank details by the end of the day?
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duckling
What I am concerned about at the moment is whether they do exist or are they some bunch of bananas that try to hook you up with all these so-called 'cashbacks' and run away with your cashbacks and possibly your bank details by the end of the day?


Well they send you a cheque or use paypal, so couldnt take your bank details - but not sure about whether you will get your cash

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