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Quidco Query

Mattallica Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
Everyone seems to be banging on about quidco, and it seems liek i should be on this bandwagon!
Ive looked at the website and the BACS system, and it all looks dandy, but I dunno, I just dont understand it.
Can someone who uses it give me a quick lowdown of how you get paid and when in comparison to when you buy etc

Thanks
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Mattallica Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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#1
can get paid either by bacs or paypal think its usually at begining of each month

transactions vary can take from 1 month to several to track and pay out, quidco lists the average speed for each company when you click on them
#2
If only the website had an FAQ, that would be so useful!! :roll:


brb


emailing quidco to suggest such an epic idea...
#3
Ah right, so do you guys recommend it?
I have a feeling it will just encourage me buying more things I don't need of the net! aha
#4
Mattallica
Ah right, so do you guys recommend it?
I have a feeling it will just encourage me buying more things I don't need of the net! aha


definatly recommended if you do online shopping its pretty much something for nothing since your spending the money neways

ive made several hundred from it :thumbsup:
#5
onlyme23
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ive made several hundred from it :thumbsup:


I've made ~£3000.... :-D
#6
onlyme23
definatly recommended if you do online shopping its pretty much something for nothing since your spending the money neways

ive made several hundred from it :thumbsup:


Wow thats incredible, I have read that sometimes quidco doesnt pay out, because the merchant hasn't paid, does this happen often?
#7
quidco is recommended as it gives you an extra wad of cash for doing your normal online habits e.g. insurance, bank accounts, loans, phone contract renewals, broadband etc etc

i have made £400 from just buying stuff from play.com / hmv /etc
#8
Wow brilliant, now the most n00bish thing I have to claim is
I cant find where to sign up for this BACS without getting on some corperate site that tells me I need to pay a share of the cost to run :S
#9
Mattallica
Wow thats incredible, I have read that sometimes quidco doesnt pay out, because the merchant hasn't paid, does this happen often?


mainly on larger cashbacks, always always clear cookies before going through quidco, or just use a different browser to buy through quidco

e.g.. use ie to browse sites for best prices etc, then use firefox to actually do the transaction through quidco,

cookies can become "tanged" when using multiple links to view sites e.g. clicking a deal on here uses an affiliate link, but so does quidco, but the payment would go to hukd as that was the first cookie registered so always do above or just clear cookies when using quidco
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Mattallica
Wow brilliant, now the most n00bish thing I have to claim is
I cant find where to sign up for this BACS without getting on some corperate site that tells me I need to pay a share of the cost to run :S


https://www.quidco.com/settings/

scroll down to payment methods, click bacs "button" then fill out bank details,
#11
faevilangel
https://www.quidco.com/settings/

scroll down to payment methods, click bacs "button" then fill out bank details,


Thanks you have been a massive help, Ive added rep for your troubles :)
#12
also look through http://hotukdeals.com/item/319127/no-spend-little-spends-on-quidco-ot/

its a huge list of "free" cash through quidco, from doing free lovefilm trials, applying for credit cards (and getting rejected) ... there is a good £400-£500 in that list, quite a few say sign up for newsletter for 40p etc,

quidco pays out once a month, at the start, you recieve an email when you have been paid, its £5 per year to hold a quidco account but it comes out of your cashback earnings, so if you don't earn nothing, you pay 0 :)

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