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Sorry for this noob question (regarding cashback websites)

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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
I was just wondering which one is the best to use? And also, how long does it take in general for the cashback? Say I was to buy a mobile from orange online, how long would it take for the cashback to be complete?
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
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1 Like #1
quidco and topcashback are the best and usually pay the most

it takes a couple of months from purchasing the item to actually getting paid the money. If you go on quido.com or topcashback.com you can see the time it takes on the retailers page. Do a search for Orange and it should say on their page.
1 Like #2
topcashback is usually the favoured one on here, dont have to pay to use it.

I have had only a few purchases not track and all of my claims have been successful
#3
Thanks guys, but the reviews for 'Orange' on 'Topcashback' don't seem too favourable...but don't see why I can't give it a ****
#4
*shot
1 Like #5
i find that people only post reviews if they've got something to complain about!
1 Like #6
As above, TCB here, they just matched QuidCo VM's £165 (nearly £170 after topup) deal on my order yesterday.
I'm coming on 8months since my O2 order via QuidCo, still haven't been paid.
1 Like #7
oldmanhouse
i find that people only post reviews if they've got something to complain about!


I agree, people are quick to complain but slow to praise.
1 Like #8
Don't forget whoever you use, you can only view cashback as a bonus and not as a guaranteed payment.
1 Like #9
I use http://www.quidco.co.uk for larger spends and http://www.greasypalm.co.uk for smaller spends. Quidco generally has a better return, but they charge the 1st £5 in a year to use their services. Whereas Greasypalm is totally free but the % cashback don't tend to be as high. Like someone else said. You have to see cashback as a bonus that you may receive at some stage......
#10
I'd read reviews about Greasy Palm before signing up...

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