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There not dodgy are they? Just wondering whether to put my details in to recieve the cashback. Read More
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
There not dodgy are they?

Just wondering whether to put my details in to recieve the cashback.
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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5 Likes #1
topcashback!!!!

quidco is a pile of poo
#2
Well it's recieved now £104 so need to know whether it's dodgy
banned#3
no not dodgy.
#4
nope they arent dodgy...very reputable.....they will nick a fiver from u....topcasback wont.
#5
Yeah they have already taken the fiver! 109 to 104
#6
Also does anyone know how long it takes to come through
#7
No dont put your details in, especially your bank details!

(hope I dont get banned for blasphemy) :D
#8
Mrs.Z
No dont put your details in, especially your bank details!

(hope I dont get banned for blasphemy) :D

he sold quidco...he got enough money and lolz from hukd
#9
magicbeans
nope they arent dodgy...very reputable.....they will nick a fiver from u....topcasback wont.

Didnt know that, why do they take a fiver?
#10
deborahm
Didnt know that, why do they take a fiver?


Somethings got to pay for those *great* radio adverts. Ask Paul, he's Quidco happy...
#11
jah128
deborahm
Didnt know that, why do they take a fiver?


Somethings got to pay for those *great* radio adverts. Ask Paul, he's Quidco happy...

Thanks for that i should have read details properly. (_;)
#12
they only take it if u make a fiver.....whereas topcashback dont touch ur earnings.....

quidco, been molesting buyers since 2004
1 Like #13
magicbeans
they only take it if u make a fiver.....whereas topcashback dont touch ur earnings.....

quidco, been molesting buyers since 2004

I will be using tcb now, thanks for info.
#14
How long does it take them to pay out. They've traced all my purchases since the start of May but haven't confirmed anything.
#15
dtovey89
How long does it take them to pay out. They've traced all my purchases since the start of May but haven't confirmed anything.



Has to go from tracked to confirmed... (depends on retailer) and the payout dates I think are on the 1st and the 15th of the month.
#16
You'll need to set the amount you wish to transfer! For instance you can set it to auto transfer when you have anything over a fiver it'll automatically stick it in your account!
#17
To answer the OP, Quidco is perfectly safe - is, or was, owned by the same owners of HUKD. And Jesus people, bitching about £5 that you pay if you have more than that - each year - considering you get free money from it, £5 of money you wouldn't have had anyway isn't going to kill you.
[admin]#18
magicbeans
nope they arent dodgy...very reputable.....they will nick a fiver from u....topcasback wont.


I know I'm biased but I read this on here and usually let is slide because of that. But really I think if you were trying to maximise your savings you would use whatever is getting you the best deal. The difference in cashback rates fluctuates between sites and you should use the one giving you the best offer (putting aside the hassle of trying to claim a match etc). Often that is much more than £5.

Also in the same vein you can get cashback with Quidco offline at NCP, Halfords etc which can add up quite quickly.

Lastly I'd say it's a choice in some ways whether you want adwords etc on a site or not. Sites like Arstechnica have a premium subscriber service which takes the ads off the site to make it more usable so it's not like there isn't value there.

In any case - I'm trying to stay neutral here - but I think the smartest response is use what will benefit you the most end of day.
#19
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magicbeans
nope they arent dodgy...very reputable.....they will nick a fiver from u....topcasback wont.


I know I'm biased but I read this on here and usually let is slide because of that. But really I think if you were trying to maximise your savings you would use whatever is getting you the best deal. The difference in cashback rates fluctuates between sites and you should use the one giving you the best offer (putting aside the hassle of trying to claim a match etc). Often that is much more than £5.

Also in the same vein you can get cashback with Quidco offline at NCP, Halfords etc which can add up quite quickly.

Lastly I'd say it's a choice in some ways whether you want adwords etc on a site or not. Sites like Arstechnica have a premium subscriber service which takes the ads off the site to make it more usable so it's not like there isn't value there.

In any case - I'm trying to stay neutral here - but I think the smartest response is use what will benefit you the most end of day.


+1
banned#20
Admin
magicbeans
nope they arent dodgy...very reputable.....they will nick a fiver from u....topcasback wont.


I know I'm biased but I read this on here and usually let is slide because of that. But really I think if you were trying to maximise your savings you would use whatever is getting you the best deal. The difference in cashback rates fluctuates between sites and you should use the one giving you the best offer (putting aside the hassle of trying to claim a match etc). Often that is much more than £5.

Also in the same vein you can get cashback with Quidco offline at NCP, Halfords etc which can add up quite quickly.

Lastly I'd say it's a choice in some ways whether you want adwords etc on a site or not. Sites like Arstechnica have a premium subscriber service which takes the ads off the site to make it more usable so it's not like there isn't value there.

In any case - I'm trying to stay neutral here - but I think the smartest response is use what will benefit you the most end of day.



reported for self promo :D
banned#21
Adam2050
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magicbeans
nope they arent dodgy...very reputable.....they will nick a fiver from u....topcasback wont.


I know I'm biased but I read this on here and usually let is slide because of that. But really I think if you were trying to maximise your savings you would use whatever is getting you the best deal. The difference in cashback rates fluctuates between sites and you should use the one giving you the best offer (putting aside the hassle of trying to claim a match etc). Often that is much more than £5.

Also in the same vein you can get cashback with Quidco offline at NCP, Halfords etc which can add up quite quickly.

Lastly I'd say it's a choice in some ways whether you want adwords etc on a site or not. Sites like Arstechnica have a premium subscriber service which takes the ads off the site to make it more usable so it's not like there isn't value there.

In any case - I'm trying to stay neutral here - but I think the smartest response is use what will benefit you the most end of day.


+1


reported for trying to earn brownie points with the boss for +1ing him ;)
#22
quidco is good if you do a lot of buyin that they offer money back on - or buy things with big money back offers. I like topcashback though for the smaller stuff - mostly cos you can cash out at any level instead of having to wait, n also they don't take the first £5 per year you earn off you.
#23
Admin
magicbeans
nope they arent dodgy...very reputable.....they will nick a fiver from u....topcasback wont.


I know I'm biased but I read this on here and usually let is slide because of that. But really I think if you were trying to maximise your savings you would use whatever is getting you the best deal. The difference in cashback rates fluctuates between sites and you should use the one giving you the best offer (putting aside the hassle of trying to claim a match etc). Often that is much more than £5.

Also in the same vein you can get cashback with Quidco offline at NCP, Halfords etc which can add up quite quickly.

Lastly I'd say it's a choice in some ways whether you want adwords etc on a site or not. Sites like Arstechnica have a premium subscriber service which takes the ads off the site to make it more usable so it's not like there isn't value there.

In any case - I'm trying to stay neutral here - but I think the smartest response is use what will benefit you the most end of day.


fair play but i noticed that TCB pretty much match quidco in terms of cashback amount.
their site is quite clean and easy to use....quidco is obviously ad free so more asthetically pleasing but its not that bad on TCB
yes this quidco card u can use isnt a bad idea but tbh i do my big spends online (using codes etc), so wouldnt overly benefit from the card....

plus a fiver takes a long time to accumulate for some ppl from cashback...which makes the overall percentage taken quite high

however if u do a lot of instore shopping, do a LOT of internet shopping (so that taking a fiver wont feel like a hit) and cant stand ads then quidco is for u. if u like to keeep all ur monies and want a decent easy to use and very reputable site that wont take anything from u then TCB FTW!
#24
magicbeans
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magicbeans
nope they arent dodgy...very reputable.....they will nick a fiver from u....topcasback wont.

I know I'm biased but I read this on here and usually let is slide because of that. But really I think if you were trying to maximise your savings you would use whatever is getting you the best deal. The difference in cashback rates fluctuates between sites and you should use the one giving you the best offer (putting aside the hassle of trying to claim a match etc). Often that is much more than £5.

Also in the same vein you can get cashback with Quidco offline at NCP, Halfords etc which can add up quite quickly.

Lastly I'd say it's a choice in some ways whether you want adwords etc on a site or not. Sites like Arstechnica have a premium subscriber service which takes the ads off the site to make it more usable so it's not like there isn't value there.

In any case - I'm trying to stay neutral here - but I think the smartest response is use what will benefit you the most end of day.

fair play but i noticed that TCB pretty much match quidco in terms of cashback amount.
their site is quite clean and easy to use....quidco is obviously ad free so more asthetically pleasing but its not that bad on TCB
yes this quidco card u can use isnt a bad idea but tbh i do my big spends online (using codes etc), so wouldnt overly benefit from the card....

plus a fiver takes a long time to accumulate for some ppl from cashback...which makes the overall percentage taken quite high

however if u do a lot of instore shopping, do a LOT of internet shopping (so that taking a fiver wont feel like a hit) and cant stand ads then quidco is for u. if u like to keeep all ur monies and want a decent easy to use and very reputable site that wont take anything from u then TCB FTW!

To be fair even though Quidco is adfree I some times have connection errors and all sorts!

Plus I don't understand the claim raising system! I raised a claim back in 1966 and i've not heard anything since!
#25
Is it possible for Quidco to send a cheque through instead?
#26
Admin
I know I'm biased but I read this on here and usually let is slide because of that. But really I think if you were trying to maximise your savings you would use whatever is getting you the best deal. The difference in cashback rates fluctuates between sites and you should use the one giving you the best offer (putting aside the hassle of trying to claim a match etc). Often that is much more than £5.

Also in the same vein you can get cashback with Quidco offline at NCP, Halfords etc which can add up quite quickly.

Lastly I'd say it's a choice in some ways whether you want adwords etc on a site or not. Sites like Arstechnica have a premium subscriber service which takes the ads off the site to make it more usable so it's not like there isn't value there.

In any case - I'm trying to stay neutral here - but I think the smartest response is use what will benefit you the most end of day.

TCB has better rates than Quidco 95% of the time simply because it pays 101%+ cashback. Even when they don't, they'll still match any other cashback site.

The pathetic selection of in-store retailers isn't going to make up for £5 Quidco takes unless you spend a LOT of money at those retailers. As for the ads, one banner down the right side of every page isn't going to stop me using what is clearly the better cashback deal.
banned#27
I've been using quidco since 2009,and i have earned £1,146.46 cashback with them,and never had a problem,they are really good.

Edited By: eunlocks on Jun 08, 2011 18:45: amount
banned#28
1pswich
Is it possible for Quidco to send a cheque through instead?


Quidco do Bacs or Paypal.
#29
eunlocks
I've been using quidco since 2009,and i have earned £1,146.46 cashback with them,and never had a problem,they are really good.

u would have more if u went TCB

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