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Earn £38 cashback @ Azimo UK (new customers with one transfer) £10.00

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Nice for people sending money overseas Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
ettienem1001 Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago12 Comments
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And using a referral link may jeopardise your cashback...
Cheers
Cashback took about an hour to track for me. I've had a few problems with quidco and TCB over the years. I've had a LOT of cashback transactions though....and for me TCB have offered much the better service - often paying out when a retailer doesn't.

If cashback fails for whatever reason I've paid them a pound and a charity a tenner. I can live with that.

Edited By: thepearce on May 17, 2015 12:25
Cashback has tracked.

From personal experience of using TCB a lot (usually higher rates than Quidco and can take out as Amazon vouchers with +5% and Tesco clubcard points), I have very few problems, and of the few claims I've had to do, the number of rejected ones is very very few and far between (assuming it was a valid transaction and I haven't cancelled or returned any part of it)
If the cashback tracks and pays out... which with my recent TCB experiences is not more than a 50/50 shot. Started using Quidco mainly again now due to this who have got better (they dropped which was when I started using TCB now gone full circle)
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£25 Cash back via Quidco on all International Money Transfers over £40.00 @ Azimo

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Transfer cash to 195 countries. Go via Quidco and get £25 Cash back, it does state minimum transfer value is £40.
ethanlovesdeals Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago3 Comments
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shame just £5 now.
depends on what country you are sending to. I use sarrafi.co.uk and they have been very reliable with decent rates.

Edited By: kopking23 on Mar 21, 2014 21:20
You may want to do it for the cash back but otherwise their rates are lower than elsewhere and they charge £5 commission too (for the transaction I was pricing)