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£60 cashback for switching to Powergen

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Been using Uswitch to find the cheapest supplier in my area which turns out to be Powergen. Had a quick scout on Quidco and it seems they are giving out £60 cashback for switching. Turns out it wi…
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9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
Been using Uswitch to find the cheapest supplier in my area which turns out to be Powergen. Had a quick scout on Quidco and it seems they are giving out £60 cashback for switching.

Turns out it will save me £150 a year plus the £60
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banned#1
Already with Powergen, but thanks for the post :thumbsup:
#2
Has anyone been having problems with Quidco?

There seems to be loads of comments on the QuidBlog about people not receiving their payments?
#3
Not the cheapest for everyone
#4
Scottish power is the cheapest in my area (Leeds). £35 quidco tracked and paid no problems. Moved from Powergen.
#5
How about:
Switch to Powergen, get £60
Then switch to BG, £60
then back to Scottish Power?
#6
Totoriko
How about:
Switch to Powergen, get £60
Then switch to BG, £60
then back to Scottish Power?


Tempting imagine the chaos:giggle:

Scottish power now up to £61 cash back for dual fuel, Suppose 1 + months worthof cheaper energy makes up for the shortfall
#7
newbie1001
Scottish power is the cheapest in my area (Leeds). £35 quidco tracked and paid no problems. Moved from Powergen.

Likewise! Even after I had changed from my existing powergen 'deal' to the latest duel fuel online direct debit version 3 Scottish Power were still £75 cheaper, plus quidco on top :thumbsup:
#8
Totoriko
How about:
Switch to Powergen, get £60
Then switch to BG, £60
then back to Scottish Power?


Don't suppose there is any reason you couldn't do this as long as there are no tie-ins on the plan you switch over to.

I'm very tempted to do this!!!

M
#9
I don't even want to imagine the chaos that would ensue were we all to start doing that. But do let us know how you get on :)
#10
Does anyone have a reasonable explanation as to why suppliers charge such different amounts depending on your area?
#11
markechapman
Has anyone been having problems with Quidco?

There seems to be loads of comments on the QuidBlog about people not receiving their payments?


Just recieved a payment from Quidco and plenty of others over the past 12 months. No past problems with them, except with an eBay query I had.
#12
hondar
Just recieved a payment from Quidco and plenty of others over the past 12 months. No past problems with them, except with an eBay query I had.


May be just isolated incidents then. If you have a look here there are over 200 comments of non payment, payments held back, etc.

http://www.quidco.com/blog/?p=116#comments

M:)
#13
i think people are just getting anxious as quidco don't seem to be responding to anyone - they usually have conversations with people in the blogs

maybe their all just on their hols

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