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Quidco offers £25 for a new Jackpotjoy customers(deposit a minimum of £10 and wager at least £10), so £10 outlay makes £15 profit, plus potential winning on Jackpotjoy.
Note that Quidco is never garuanteed to track, tracking reliability is current 94%, 6% enquiries of which 90% are successful.

Please gamble responsibly - there is a voucher for £5 free when £10 deposited, link to register is however different from the Quidco one, which might jeopardize tracking.
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this will proberly be moved
I noticed this on quidco earlier. I had a go, but the quidco says validated at £0.00. Has that happened to anybody else?
Not long ago wepromiseto were paying £50 and £10 matched bonus at jackpot joy, so I'm afraid it's cold from me. Not saying it's not worth doing but check the other cashback sites as well. For me a possible £15 profit in 3months isn't worth it.
Just checked, currently £20 cashback plus matched bonus at wepromiseto. Matched bonus for anybody who doesn't know means deposit £10 and they give you another £10 to play with. This can usually only be withdrawn after you've played games to a certain value. From memory was £80 when I signed up which I managed to do with around £19 left out of the original £20 (ten from me, ten from them) which I promptly lost
Check the amount they take at JJ, I deposited £25 last time on a matched bonus and they took £50!!!. The deposits were logged @ 1 minute apart. I asked them to look into it and they said I had authorised it. :?

They FORCED me to declare it as a fraudulant transaction with Mastercard to investigate :x . Fortunately they agreed with me and demanded JJ refund them :p

Bingo is awful, but free £15 is nice, works a treat.

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