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Quidco over Topcashback

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Why do most people use quidco over topcahsback i my self use topcashback??
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
No longer. Quidco is not free any longer. People will soon be shifting from Quidco to Topcashback. Atleast I did. :whistling:
#2
Because Quidco is older and more respected.
#3
I use both, but tend to get more trouble with TCB and have to do manual claims a lot! So prefer Quidco
#4
nomeames
No longer. Quidco is not free any longer. People will soon be shifting from Quidco to Topcashback. Atleast I did. :whistling:


i joined cashback about 5 months ago and i thought they had pretty much the same rates but quidco had annual fee
#5
the2ocan
I use both, but tend to get more trouble with TCB and have to do manual claims a lot! So prefer Quidco


just what I was going to say :thumbsup:

quidco has got much quicker lately too
#6
i use tcb because its free. Simples
banned#7
After several failures with Quidco, I exclusively now use topcashback. Not had any problems since. (I suspect there wasnt actually a "problem" in the first place tbh.)
#8
Because Quidco is linked to this site.
#9
nomeames;7404997
No longer. Quidco is not free any longer. People will soon be shifting from Quidco to Topcashback. Atleast I did. :whistling:

I don't remember Quidco ever being free
#10
I use both, only just started using tcb, and am owed about 25 quid, hope they pay out after reading the problems on here
#11
by not free what do u guys mean?

the £5 anual fee?
#12
freedom07;7405247
by not free what do u guys mean?

the £5 anual fee?

Yes
#13
£5 is nothing to pay for an annual fee i prefer quidco to any cashback site out there
#14
Topcashback seem to be fine until something goes wrong. At least, Quidco actually do something about their queries, topcashback just issue automated responses. :x
#15
Borat;7405446
£5 is nothing to pay for an annual fee i prefer quidco to any cashback site out there

I agree. I've used Quidco for nearly 5 years and have only had one issue which was resolved quickly:)
#16
Iv used quidco and dont like the fact that they charge an annual fee. But on the three ocassions iv used TCB iv had problems every time (2 not tracking and 1 being declined). It took foever to get the first one resolved with TCB and i couldnt be bothered with the other two.

When using quidco iv had over 90% of transactions successful, and for the few that did not track, they were dealt with by Quidco (and i was aware of every step of the claim). So out of the two Quidco comes out on top.
#17
I signed up with TCB to take advantage of the £150 orange offer (as I missed it by a few days on quidco). It didn't/hasn't tracked and I'm getting no responses from the enquiry I've raised.

Not a happy bunny with TCB at the moment :-(

A lady from TCB posts on MSE though I believe, so I may pop over there and see if she can speed things along.
#18
Just join them all ...................
then search here (MSE cashback maximiser) for the highest cashback before you buy
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/cashback-sites-comparison/

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