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2 Likes #1
BACS is the "other thing". It is an automatic transfer in to your bank account.

They ask for your:
[LIST]
[*]sort code
[*]account number
[*]account name (your name)[/LIST]
In that order - if you have a bank account anywhere, at any bank, you should be able to do this ok.
#2
Thankyou Emma, will leave it for Emms to sort out tomorrow.:thumbsup:
Is this where I leave karma?,
If so karma given.
Really nice people on this site.
2 Likes #3
This is the reputation http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/images/custom_buttons/reputation.gif button [on the left, under your ID], that replaced the karma system from the old forum :)
#4
I clicked on yours all so.
#5
Do, I now wait for the money to go into my Quidco account?.
Or do I have to do something?.
Sorry for my ignorance. I am still learning.
When I was a child, we used abacuses. Even calculators wern`t in vogue.
I am only on here because my son gave me his old computer. I am sorry if I sound a dim wit, but I am.
#6
Well, you now need to wait for the insurance company to send/pay the cashback to your QuidCo account. It can take around three months for some companies to pay out unfortunately.

No you're not a dim wit :roll: we all have to start somewhere and great that your son has given you the opportunity to get online :)
#7
We welcome everyone here. We don't mind helping. Some users, not many here though, do 'bite your head off' at first but most sites are full of good people.

As Rayman said, you aren't a dim wit. You've just started learning. Even we don't know everything... and in my opinion the more people who learn how to use a PC the better. They can do so many things, including saving money!! I couldn't ever live without one ever again.

Oh, and I like the avatar. :thumbsup: (Darn, I can't go a single post without using a smiley, lol)
#8
[SIZE=1]I love your Avatar, it took me ages and a lot of help to get mine and I've been 'computing' for years.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=1]What insurance company did you use?[/SIZE]
[SIZE=1]I don't think you don't need to open a Paypal account to make a single payment.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=1][/SIZE]
[SIZE=1]I think it's strange that the insurance company only offered Paypal and Bank Transfer. Anybody else agree?[/SIZE]
#9
dinosteveus
I think it's strange that the insurance company only offered Paypal and Bank Transfer. Anybody else agree?


Susan meant QuidCo payments. :thumbsup:
#10
I think susanemily meant QuidCo required a PayPal account.
#11
Ooooo Snap Ray and Ducky 8)
Thanks for clearing that up. I must have misread her OP.:sad:
#12
Hehe leapfrog posts again :roll:
#13
I swear it's this new forum software. :p
[mod]#14
Sorry for my ignorance. I am still learning.
When I was a child, we used abacuses. Even calculators wern`t in vogue.
I am only on here because my son gave me his old computer. I am sorry if I sound a dim wit, but I am.


You're far from a dim wit susan emily, you're just trying out something new and you'll learn along the way (i'm still learning).

I joined this site about a year ago and didnt have a clue about posting links/deals/images etc ... different people on here helped me out so if you ever need to know anything just ask :)
#15
Geez duck, every post! :) or :P or :D everywhere!

Sorry for the whole off-topic'ness, but this just HAD to be be said!
#16
I can't help it. :lol:
#17
I went through the Prudential link thing from quid co, that was mentioned on here.
They have already saved my daughter £70 and when she gets the £100 back, that will be a whopping £170.
#18
susanemily
I went through the Prudential link thing from quid co, that was mentioned on here.
They have already saved my daughter £70 and when she gets the £100 back, that will be a whopping £170.
Did the same for a ralative and it was immediately £110 cheaper plus the £100 cashback to eventually be put in their QuidCo account, saving them £210... Unbelievable :) Just hope the Prudential tracks it all okay.
#19
Yes it really is a good deal. Thanks to whoever it was that posted the link.
#20
By the way, I typed moving avitor into google and loads came up. This one I thought was cute. So I saved it to my pictures then down loaded it.

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