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£23.33 cashback on £9.79 1 month Sim only deal with O2 & topcashback.co.uk, £13.54 profit!

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Top cashback are offering £23.33 cashback on 1 month sim only deals see: http://www.topcashback.co.uk/retailerdetailO2.htm The cheapest 1 month sim only deal offering 150 mins and 300 texts is £9…
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
Top cashback are offering £23.33 cashback on 1 month sim only deals see:
http://www.topcashback.co.uk/retailerdetailO2.htm

The cheapest 1 month sim only deal offering 150 mins and 300 texts is £9.79 see:
http://shop.o2.co.uk/sim-only-simplicity

There are also 2 other 1 month deals all under £23.33 at £14.69 & £19.58 respectively.

Ends tomorrow - 17th August, be quick.
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#1
But you have to have it for 2 months because they want a 30 day cancellation notice and lets say you give them the notice on the day you recieve the phone, they wont accept it because in the first 14 days you have the right to cancel the whole thing so the 30 day notice doesnt come up on their computer screen, only the 14 day return does..

However, regarding this deal, even if it is for 2 months you still get them free with about £3.00 profit so HOT from me!!!
#2
do you mean you can serve the notice period the instant you receive the sim? then your TCB do not pay up!
misleading info....
Even if its profitable.....a profit of 13.54 is not worth a credit search on your file....
#3
dcx_badass;6030453
Cold Quidco have been doing this for at least 6 months now.


Maybe, but on the strength of what's being said on the Quidblog and elsewhere at the moment, I'd rather steer clear of Quidco.
#4
dcx_badass
Cold Quidco have been doing this for at least 6 months now.


less the £5 quicdo takes off you!!!

hmmm know who i'd rather use :thumbsup:
#5
baldude
do you mean you can serve the notice period the instant you receive the sim? then your TCB do not pay up!
misleading info....
Even if its profitable.....a profit of 13.54 is not worth a credit search on your file....


Totally agree

Newbold
Maybe, but on the strength of what's being said on the Quidblog and elsewhere at the moment, I'd rather steer clear of Quidco.


Er ? do tell.

droitwichgal
less the £5 quicdo takes off you!!!

hmmm know who i'd rather use :thumbsup:


So who ?

Not a secret society is it ? or is censorship here rampant ?
#6
3.1415926
Totally agree



Er ? do tell.



So who ?

Not a secret society is it ? or is censorship here rampant ?


lol yeah who..?
#7
Newbold;6030498
Maybe, but on the strength of what's being said on the Quidblog and elsewhere at the moment, I'd rather steer clear of Quidco.


3.1415926;6033665
Totally agree

Er ? do tell.



http://www.quidco.com/blog/
#8
yep quidco are robbing bs
#9
shadowdogg;6036283
yep quidco are robbing bs

I can't understand posts like this. Sorry to go OT.

I can only go on my own experience with Quidco, which has been second to none. £1300 (or so) cashback in three years is pretty good going.

I'm not saying everything's been perfect, I've had 2 that didn't track. But Quidco paid out on one of those. Come to think of it, I only reported the one missing transaction. the other was for buttons so wasn't worth bothering with.
#10
sgandtg
I can't understand posts like this. Sorry to go OT.

I can only go on my own experience with Quidco, which has been second to none. £1300 (or so) cashback in three years is pretty good going.

I'm not saying everything's been perfect, I've had 2 that didn't track. But Quidco paid out on one of those. Come to think of it, I only reported the one missing transaction. the other was for buttons so wasn't worth bothering with.


my experience with quidco has been excellent too, anything major that hasnt tracked i have reported and got my money eventually, my mate at work was well pleased too when i recommended it as he was changing his phone and got £90 cashback ...
#11
dcx_badass
Quidco owner is the same person as this site, watch what you say, they don't like criticism here.


I dont care. I don't agree taking the first £5 especially if its for small orders that people are getting money from. It should be i.e. if its over £10 one then you get £5 off it. Not accumulated of 30ps and 40ps.

Topcashback although inferior in its tracking is how it should be. Donate if you want otherwise dont.
#12
shadowdogg
I dont care. I don't agree taking the first £5 especially if its for small orders that people are getting money from. It should be i.e. if its over £10 one then you get £5 off it. Not accumulated of 30ps and 40ps.

Topcashback although inferior in its tracking is how it should be. Donate if you want otherwise dont.


What would your business model be then - run it for free and run yourself into the ground?
#13
shadowdogg
I dont care. I don't agree taking the first £5 especially if its for small orders that people are getting money from. It should be i.e. if its over £10 one then you get £5 off it. Not accumulated of 30ps and 40ps.

Topcashback although inferior in its tracking is how it should be. Donate if you want otherwise dont.


If you don't agree don't use them! not like they hid the £5 charge, been well worth it for me, had about £500 back paid £15 to quidco
#14
Steer;6037399
If you don't agree don't use them! not like they hid the £5 charge, been well worth it for me, had about £500 back paid £15 to quidco


But have you read the stuff on the blog from their own members though? Not happy people:


http://www.quidco.com/blog/ ;-)
#15
This isn't a valid deal.

1. You're normally meant to keep this for a few months to be guaranteed of cashback
2. Cashback isn't guaranteed
#16
I'd agree that Quidco has been fantastic - personally I've had back in excess of £1000, so £15 admin fee is small fry. Having worked in the past on a large forum that survives itself from affiliate income thanks to click-thrus (and diminishing quickly because of the cashback sites), I know that the reliability of tracking is never 100%, we used to have all sorts of trouble. Personally I always see the cashback as a bonus. The only troublesome transactions I have at the moment is two for Sainsbury's Pet Insurance from December - they're still sat in a validated state - but that is covered as a known issue in the blog.
#17
Also have to say, I'm grateful for the £1500+ I've got back from them over the years. However a good 20%+ of my tranasctions have been missed I'd say.
More importantly, they always marketed themselves as a Co-operative but in recent times havent behaved like a one. A cooperative operates to serve its members, quidco no longer does!
#18
saltysaver;6040293
Also have to say, I'm grateful for the £1500+ I've got back from them over the years. However a good 20%+ of my tranasctions have been missed I'd say.
More importantly, they always marketed themselves as a Co-operative but in recent times havent behaved like a one. A cooperative operates to serve its members, quidco no longer does!


Quidco does like to give the impression that it's a co-operative, but, a co-operative returns all its profits to the members one way or another. Quidco might return the cashback payments, but the £5 pa membership charges go elsewhere. TCB makes no annual charge and still hands over 100% of the cashback payments received.
#19
hussaifa
What would your business model be then - run it for free and run yourself into the ground?


hello???? i said what the business model should be. If it was a big cashback like i.e. £10 or more transaction then take it off that. Not little stuff which is of 30p's and 40p's. Me and my mate didn't know about this charge until enquiring about it when i got some money.

I would only ever use quidco if it was for a big cashback return which topcashback didn't offer. Otherwise i may aswell be peeing in the wind with my effort to get cashback
#20
I dont know why people criticize quidco at all...in the past 2 yrs i earned around 500 pounds from them....atleast on 3 occassions my quidco got declined but after raising tickets got all back...never lost a penny....unless people do not stick to quidco rules....
I have clearly steered away from quidco on some occassions like when i bought a DAP contract using youatwork link.....i know quidco is not supposed to pay up....but it did pay up...
i only got high regards to quidco.......
#21
baldude;6052271
I dont know why people criticize quidco at all...in the past 2 yrs i earned around 500 pounds from them....atleast on 3 occassions my quidco got declined but after raising tickets got all back...never lost a penny....unless people do not stick to quidco rules....
I have clearly steered away from quidco on some occassions like when i bought a DAP contract using youatwork link.....i know quidco is not supposed to pay up....but it did pay up...
i only got high regards to quidco.......


I think you should read some of the comments from Quidco's own members here:

http://www.quidco.com/blog/

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