£10 cashback on £10 fuel spend / £10 cashback on £10 trainline spend / cashback on fake tan up to £10 -  topcashback existing customers (Invite only)
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£10 cashback on £10 fuel spend / £10 cashback on £10 trainline spend / cashback on fake tan up to £10 - topcashback existing customers (Invite only)

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Found 13th Jul 2016
Check your email just got one a few minutes ago with these offers. States limited time but not exactly when it ends.

More info from Andykapa:
- The “£10 Cashback on a £10+ Fuel spend” is only available for new members or those with no previous purchases or cashback through TopCashback.
Purchases from the following stores are eligible for cashback: Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Asda, the Co-operative, Esso, BP, Texaco, Gulf, Total, Jet, Murco & Shell.
- The following details must be clearly visible on the photo of your receipt:
- The date and time of purchase
- The fuel station name
- The item purchased that’s eligible for cashback
- £10 cashback will be awarded for 1 purchase of £10 and above at the previously listed stores.
Please snap your receipt safely, do not use your phone while driving or on a forecourt.
You may fold your receipt before snapping it to ensure that you can fit all of the above in to the photo.
- Offer valid 04.07.2016– 17.07.16 23:59 or until redemption limit of 2,500 is reached, your snap should be submitted before offer expires.
- The date shown on your snapped receipt must be within the offer period above.
- TopCashback reserves the right to end the deal at any time. Purchases made after this time will not receive the cashback offer.
- Purchases are only valid for offline transactions; offer may be redeemed for any fuel type.
- Items can only be claimed once per receipt and each receipt can only be used by one member for each offer.
- After you’ve submitted your receipt, your cashback may take up to seven days to show in your TopCashback account.
- Once shown in your account it may take up to 30 days to process to payable (the point in which you can withdraw your cashback).
- The cashback from the Fuel deal will not count towards £5 admin fee for Plus members, nor will the added Top-up for Classic and Plus members be added to the promotion cashback.
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when its good its very good - talkmobile contract 3 months ago £120 a year spend (£10 a month) - £49.00 cash back in bank yesterday.
But some dont like TCB.
deany76

when its good its very good - talkmobile contract 3 months ago £120 a … when its good its very good - talkmobile contract 3 months ago £120 a year spend (£10 a month) - £49.00 cash back in bank yesterday.But some dont like TCB.


Yeah I've noticed over the years that a good deal of people have had bad experiences with TCB so I avoided them for a good while and continued using Quidco. Started using TCB a year or so ago and it's been fine so far
I would not risk my own money for cash back.
highly unreliable tcb has been for me lately.
I have stopped using them too. cold
TCB Been great for me.
great for me, always tracks
I think its best to look at TCB as a bonus if/when it materialises.
Not to relied on, but great when it pays out.
littel helper

I would not risk my own money for cash back.highly unreliable tcb has … I would not risk my own money for cash back.highly unreliable tcb has been for me lately.I have stopped using them too. cold



Most people I know tend to put fuel in the tank even when there isn't a cash back offer on,hard to believe I know.
got no email from tcb regarding these deals
Banned
nothing on my app
I would strongly advise against using topcashback.co.uk as I have plenty of experience of being denied cash back/being ripped off from these crooks. Either don't count on cash back or use QUIDCO
Madchester

I would strongly advise against using topcashback.co.uk as I have plenty … I would strongly advise against using topcashback.co.uk as I have plenty of experience of being denied cash back/being ripped off from these crooks. Either don't count on cash back or use QUIDCO



Yet I've made over £3k in cash back in the past 18 months with them and never had a problem...
Madchester

I would strongly advise against using topcashback.co.uk as I have plenty … I would strongly advise against using topcashback.co.uk as I have plenty of experience of being denied cash back/being ripped off from these crooks. Either don't count on cash back or use QUIDCO


Yeah, 'cos Quidco are brilliant, aren't they? Refused to give me a £5 amazon voucher unless I sent them a bank statement. That was the one and only time I ever tried to claim my cashback on Quidco and needless to say I stopped using them forthwith. Topcashback, on the other hand, have been exemplary, and even gave me half my cashback out of their own pockets when the National Lottery declined to pay.

Horses for cousres I s'pose.
I have received Cashbacks in advance from Quidco where the parties have been late in paying and have found their support staff very helpful.
£10 cash back on a £10 fuel spend? Well that doesn't add up for a start. Maybe they are using money ripped off from mugs like me to fuel their shameless promotion to get more mugs on board. Don't bother signing up to these con artists
I've been disappointed with TCB. Over the past year I've had many declined transactions, usually when larger amounts are involved.
All positive for me with TCB. Never been refused cashback.
Never had a bad experience with TCB
Also had bad experiences with Topcashback, started off good few years ago but in last year had lots turned down without good cause, whenever they've offered really high rate like on Vodafone etc they've found a way to weasel out of paying it. Going to try Quidco.
Villatilidie

Also had bad experiences with Topcashback, started off good few years ago … Also had bad experiences with Topcashback, started off good few years ago but in last year had lots turned down without good cause, whenever they've offered really high rate like on Vodafone etc they've found a way to weasel out of paying it. Going to try Quidco.



The only time I had a problem it was the retailer pushing back not TCB. I upgraded a load of phones at once and Carphone warehouse didn't like paying out a few hundred to me in one go until I proved I was actually legit
Villatilidie

Also had bad experiences with Topcashback, started off good few years ago … Also had bad experiences with Topcashback, started off good few years ago but in last year had lots turned down without good cause, whenever they've offered really high rate like on Vodafone etc they've found a way to weasel out of paying it. Going to try Quidco.



Exactly the same here, they always lay the blame with the retailer. I believe they are pocketing it themselves. There is no way I know to contact the retailer affiliate and check up on them.
I'm quite surprised about the bad reports for TCB, I have been using it for a few years and I'm quite happy with it. The issues I have had were due to the adblock in my phone and not TCB's fault. Also, I have had success when I made claims for missing cashback. This may help some people having issues with TCB:
I use Adaway on my phone, when I want to do a cashback, I disable Adaway, restart my phone, do cashback, enable Adaway then restart phone. Seems like a lot but it is a sure way to ensure my adblock does not prevent the cashback from tracking.
Generally I have found TCB much better than Quidco.
Used for nearly 3 years only missed one track, I phoned and cash was added to my account. Saved around £300 on stuff I would have bought anyway. A thumbs up from me.
bad experience with Quidco. opened a joint current account with nationwide in November last year and still waiting for £75 cash back. they are just giving excuses for not paying till now.
Topcashback has always worked for me. have claimed £450 so far
love TCB £1653 earnt so far
TCB have always been great for me, until about 3 months ago and since then got 4 high value claims in with them. Nothing seems to track and thas using a clean browser each time, same as I always have.

Not as bad as quidco and my casino.com claim from May last year, all the evidence points to a quidco screw up but they keep saying it was casino.com even though I pretty much have evidence otherwise. The only response I get is 'our directors are speaking to the affiliate network, now I can speak to someone at awin in about 10 mins, so sure quidco have had time in 14 months.
people, put yourself in the shoes of these companies! if an affiliate won't pay up why should tcb or quidco pay you out of their own pocket?
I love TCB & current earnings are £800. You should be grateful you get paid anything IMO...
There is no mention of this offer in tcb trainline page. Where is this offer listed then?
- The “£10 Cashback on a £10+ Fuel spend” is only available for new members or those with no previous purchases or cashback through TopCashback.
Purchases from the following stores are eligible for cashback: Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Asda, the Co-operative, Esso, BP, Texaco, Gulf, Total, Jet, Murco & Shell.
- The following details must be clearly visible on the photo of your receipt:
- The date and time of purchase
- The fuel station name
- The item purchased that’s eligible for cashback
- £10 cashback will be awarded for 1 purchase of £10 and above at the previously listed stores.
Please snap your receipt safely, do not use your phone while driving or on a forecourt.
You may fold your receipt before snapping it to ensure that you can fit all of the above in to the photo.
- Offer valid 04.07.2016– 17.07.16 23:59 or until redemption limit of 2,500 is reached, your snap should be submitted before offer expires.
- The date shown on your snapped receipt must be within the offer period above.
- TopCashback reserves the right to end the deal at any time. Purchases made after this time will not receive the cashback offer.
- Purchases are only valid for offline transactions; offer may be redeemed for any fuel type.
- Items can only be claimed once per receipt and each receipt can only be used by one member for each offer.
- After you’ve submitted your receipt, your cashback may take up to seven days to show in your TopCashback account.
- Once shown in your account it may take up to 30 days to process to payable (the point in which you can withdraw your cashback).
- The cashback from the Fuel deal will not count towards £5 admin fee for Plus members, nor will the added Top-up for Classic and Plus members be added to the promotion cashback.
Yep, love TCB too. Approaching £3000 from them in about 6 years, had a few issues with stuff not tracking but can only think of one occasion where I missed out on about £20 because the retailer said I'd used a different affiliate (but couldn't say which one).
Madchester

I would strongly advise against using topcashback.co.uk as I have plenty … I would strongly advise against using topcashback.co.uk as I have plenty of experience of being denied cash back/being ripped off from these crooks. Either don't count on cash back or use QUIDCO


I find the opposite, TCB has always paid out. Could be that you live in Lancashire......?
Edited by: "mcormack" 14th Jul 2016
I gave up with TCB every time I bought something sometimes it collects my purchase then a lot of time no luck when I send off reports of stuff I purchased I be waiting months for something silky like £1.50 and rubbish like that
khirsah

Yet I've made over £3k in cash back in the past 18 months with them and … Yet I've made over £3k in cash back in the past 18 months with them and never had a problem...



How much have you spent!!! :-D
deany76

when its good its very good - talkmobile contract 3 months ago £120 a … when its good its very good - talkmobile contract 3 months ago £120 a year spend (£10 a month) - £49.00 cash back in bank yesterday.But some dont like TCB.




agreed never had a problem with either site...i set up on Quidco in 2007 and have spent 12,000 through the site getting just under two grand in cashback..never once have i not been paid ..but sometimes had to log a ticket...so all in roughly 10% over the years..other have trumped this i know..but I'm not even that consistant ..usually only use it for big purchases...my advice is always clear cache/close browser/start from scratch - we often have hot deals open and may go to the site by mistake then shut that window and go through T.C /or Quidco which will cause issues...

Edited by: "daalphamale" 14th Jul 2016
balluji

people, put yourself in the shoes of these companies! if an affiliate … people, put yourself in the shoes of these companies! if an affiliate won't pay up why should tcb or quidco pay you out of their own pocket?



Because they are owed money! Take them to court and pass on what is owed
TCB owed me £162 for a total of two contracts opened up with sky. this would have resulted in a rather good deal. it took me 6 months of constant arguing and proof being sent backwards and forwards and after all that they only gave me £52.80 back last week and didn't even apologise. Quidco usually give around 5%-10% less but there tracking and reliability really is worth it. Someone will probably tell me they are owned by the same company but regardless they do a better job.
balluji

people, put yourself in the shoes of these companies! if an affiliate … people, put yourself in the shoes of these companies! if an affiliate won't pay up why should tcb or quidco pay you out of their own pocket?



and in my case, when its quidco who have screwed up by making a mistake, then why should the affiliate network pay, and why should I lose out?
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