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1d, 11m agoPosted 1 decade, 11 months ago
Hi chaps and chapesses,

I signed up with Quidco the other night and then signed up with BlueSQ (as there's a whopping £70 cashback there at the moment, dealfans). I've put some money in, placed a couple of low-money bets, had a flirt in their on-line casino... I assume it's just a case of waiting for the track to show?

Does anyone know how long it takes from BlueSQ? Quidco says anywhere up to a couple of months for the gambling companies! But just wondered if anyone had any personal experiences.

thanks,
mix.
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1d, 11m agoPosted 1 decade, 11 months ago
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#1
Just checked my quidco account and the £70 has been declined. I spent my £5 with them - anyone know why it might have been declined?
#2
You could try contacting QuidCo. You don't already have an account with them do you? QuidCo are really good, but it does appear thet things don't always go to plan but I've lost GreasyPalm and Rpoints cashback in the past simply because the systems don't always work according to plan. QuidCo is another cashback company and they're pretty dependent on getting the money before they can give it to you, LOL. Try getting in touch with them, that's the best thing you can do.
#3
from the affiliate site:

** Please note that for commissions to be approved the customer must play with the money they have deposited. The minimum deposit for Casino is £10

from the quidco site:

for each new depositing and playing registration across all Blue Square sites

Specifications as laid out by Blue Square (Nov 5, 2005): Commission will only be allocated once a new account holder plays with the deposited money. Therefore if a customer opens a new account and only takes advantage the free bet and withdraws their deposit, no commission will be paid. The customer must play with the money they deposit for commission to be credited.

Payout will be based on a new registration across all Blue Square sites. If you sign up for all three, two will be denied and one should be paid. If you have previously been a member of Mecca Games or Blue Square Sportsbook, it is likely that you will not be paid the commission.
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where it says all blue square sites, im assuming you dont just play at blue sqaure casino, but also blue square betting. but dont take my word for it.

back to the original post. i havent signed up with blue sqaure but i have with hardrock, both which are run by rank group. it took about a month and a half for my £25 to be received. i made sure i got my £25 by depositing twice and playin lots of blackjack (about £1500 worth).
with hardrock a subsidairy of rank group, would i still be able to try for the £70 for playin blue square? it doesnt meantion anything about being a member of hardrock.
If you have previously been a member of Mecca Games or Blue Square Sportsbook, it is likely that you will not be paid the commission.
:idea:
#4
has anyone received ANY money from quidco yet? i spend £1500 on dell.co.uk + got £70 cashback but it hasnt been paid 2 me yet.

anyone got payment yet?
#5
I got 32p form Kelkoo so you do get it, yep. :D Many people have had money, it does work but as with all cashback sites the links are often a bit dodgy and don't register (through no fault of QuidCo though, all cashback sites seem to have this problem). I wouldn't use it to try and make a profit like people do here because there's risk involved, but if you're buying something anyway then it pays to give it a go.
#6
I agree. I have had twenty odd quid scheduled for payment within the last couple of days, but they were for items purchased in early October. Is the £70 actually showing on your account somewhere?
#7
well, it seems to be working for me, it is just dead slow. :?
I have so far actually recieved £13 into the quidco account, of which quidco took their £5 admin fee. This leaves me so far at £8.
i've been with them for 3 months, and there is a further £33 validated, waiting to be received, and a further £44 tracked waiting to be validated. Fingers crossed it will all get to me eventually, i think it will. :)
#8
emmajk42
well, it seems to be working for me, it is just dead slow. :?

At least you're getting it in the end and that's what matters. I'd rather get it slowly to get double the cashback. :D I'm sure it might improve yet as well. They're a fairly new service so they're still getting things beeter like all new companies. After all, they can't give you the money before it's in their account.

:)
#9
I signed up to National Lottery and you are supposed to receive £3. It appears that £6 is being added!!
#10
moosey
I signed up to National Lottery and you are supposed to receive £3. It appears that £6 is being added!!

good enough - just don't question it!!!
#11
I won't, but seeing as I only added £5 to play with, I just need to hope I win now!
#12
I've received money from them - but it does all depend on hte speed in which they are paid - for example Powergen validated and paid really quick but the ELC is very slow! But as long as you get it in the end :D
#13
Quidco works well. I've had £804.35 tracked and been paid £281.23 so far. I started joining the gambling sites in December and at least £200 of what I've been paid is from them. The biggest payers have been Virgin Games and Bingos.co.uk with £50 and £30 each. I make sure I pay in an amount slightly above what is advised, make sure you gamble a bit and leave the money in the account for a while before withdrawing.Poker 888 is looking good as well, you can slowly gamble the bonus you get to qualify for the 250 raked hands, 5 or 10cent bets. It does take time for the money to come through and as said before don't rely on the cashback to cover any losses as you may never get paid. Enquiries work sometimes, English harbour paid my £25 cashback after I appealed. Sportingodds,gamebookers,jackpotjoy and 32redonline are all looking like no cahback.
AA Breakdown have also validated a cashback even though I'm not a new customer and was just renewing, see if that comes through. :)
#14
Wow!! I bet it's good for you. So out of £800 you've lost what to QuidCo, a fiver?

Anywhere else and you'd have only got £400, lol. Congratulations on your new found fortune!
#15

Wow!! I bet it's good for you. So out of £800 you've lost what to QuidCo, a fiver?

Anywhere else and you'd have only got £400, lol. Congratulations on your new found fortune!
Do that through QuidCo hehe :roll:
#16
:lol:
#17
:lol: :lol:
#18
on the 1st of february i got my first payment into my paypal account. (about £50) i'm well chuffed!!! gonna spend it on sci fi books, yay! :lol:

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