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Ebuyer - Due to close 30th May 2007 ???

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My Quidco for ebuyer was rejected today and the reason is:- Ebuyer - Due to close 30th May 2007 Ummmmmm, can anybody shed any light on this? Is ebuyer going to close in May? Read More
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1d, 1m agoPosted 1 decade, 1 month ago
My Quidco for ebuyer was rejected today and the reason is:- Ebuyer - Due to close 30th May 2007
Ummmmmm, can anybody shed any light on this?
Is ebuyer going to close in May?
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1d, 1m agoPosted 1 decade, 1 month ago
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#1
I hope not:-(

We buy most of our pc bits from there,always the first place I look.
Please let it not be true!!
#2
No, it's just the affiliate program. Which to be honest, was crap. It's not been going long and only offered 1.5%.

The program officially closes 30th May (they can't get out of the contract until then presumably) but in the meanwhile they've got around this by simply lowering commissions to 0.1%. Just cheeky if you ask me.

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Regretfully, eBuyer has taken the decision to close their affiliate program on the TradeDoubler network. This is due to the fact that their margins make this an unprofitable channel for them.

As of Saturday 24th March the commission structure will be changed from 1.5% commission on the sale value to 0.1% commission. The program will then close on 30th May.
#3
Even if they're due to close, it doesn't mean they should reject your cashback through Quidco.

I doubt they'd be closing down, as they have a big reputation but maybe they're moving away from Quidco, just like a lot of companies because it effects there profit margin by too much.
#4
Phew!!
#5
duckmagicuk2
No, it's just the affiliate program. Which to be honest, was crap. It's not been going long and only offered 1.5%.

The program officially closes 30th May (they can't get out of the contract until then presumably) but in the meanwhile they've got around this by simply lowering commissions to 0.1%. Just cheeky if you ask me.


Ummmm, they rejected my 6p, 0.1% claim. :giggle: :giggle:
#6
I think all Ebuyer cashback tracks initially as rejected before going to tracked. You may get your 6p after all!
#7
As ducky says, its the affiliate program that is going to close :)

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