£10 off £40 spend at Lidl. (HSBC and First Direct Customers Only)
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£10 off £40 spend at Lidl. (HSBC and First Direct Customers Only)

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Edited by:"MrMoneySavingExpert"Found 7th Sep 2017
If you're a HSBC customer and you're signed up to Visa Rewards. You can receive £10 back. When you spend £40 or more in Lidl.

If you haven't signed up. You can sign up today. It's free!

The perk of Visa rewards is they pay straight into your account and it takes 5 days to process.



Edit:

Here's where I found out about it:
moneysavingexpert.com/new…ood
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And First Direct Customers who sign up.
Where did you find out about this? As i cant find a link from HSBC site to this offer and dont really want to put card details into a site i havent heard of before or can see linked from HSBC.
Also H&M
Thanks Op
This looks seriously Dodge. Googling HSBC rewards brings up no results other than premier credit card offers.
I've been a HSBC customer for over 20 years and haven't heard of this scheme. Is it genuine?
Mentioned in moneywise magazine 2/hrs ago - worth doing more checks though
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Hey guys, I found out about this through moneysavingexpert. Here's the original post for both HSBC rewards and First Direct.

moneysavingexpert.com/new…ood

Half way down it mentions the offers. I've signed up myself. So nothing to worry about!

Hope this helps you guys!
chrisvenn21 m ago

Where did you find out about this? As i cant find a link from HSBC site to …Where did you find out about this? As i cant find a link from HSBC site to this offer and dont really want to put card details into a site i havent heard of before or can see linked from HSBC.




Not sure where the OP got from, but was also referenced on the First Direct thread the other day.

Site is legit (although a bit amateurish looking), is run by Visa who then partner with the banks to offer to their customers. Nationwide have been doing it for a while and looks like First Direct and HSBC have just launched. Some good intro offers.

Heat added OP.
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neko555 m ago

I've been a HSBC customer for over 20 years and haven't heard of this …I've been a HSBC customer for over 20 years and haven't heard of this scheme. Is it genuine?

Hi Neko55, they've just released it!

I found out about it via moneysavingexpert

moneysavingexpert.com/new…ood
Nothing comes up on HSBC website when you search 'Visa rewards.'
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chrisvenn23 m ago

Where did you find out about this? As i cant find a link from HSBC site to …Where did you find out about this? As i cant find a link from HSBC site to this offer and dont really want to put card details into a site i havent heard of before or can see linked from HSBC.


MrWani8 m ago

This looks seriously Dodge. Googling HSBC rewards brings up no results …This looks seriously Dodge. Googling HSBC rewards brings up no results other than premier credit card offers.

Hey guys, have a look at my post below explaining. In short , I found out about it via moneysavingexpert moneysavingexpert.com/new…ood
If it was real I would expect to be signing up direct from within internet banking. I wouldn't be risking my banking details.
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MrWani5 m ago

If it was real I would expect to be signing up direct from within internet …If it was real I would expect to be signing up direct from within internet banking. I wouldn't be risking my banking details.

So even after it being advertised on moneysavingexpert. Which check these types of things. Also the mods had to check my post before posting on here. I guess you're best to wait for the email from HSBC with this in? And hopefully then you'll believe us.
Edited by: "MrMoneySavingExpert" 7th Sep 2017
Quick question. Do u need to press activate or do u just show them in store or is it automatic?? Thanks
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smh24745 s ago

Quick question. Do u need to press activate or do u just show them in …Quick question. Do u need to press activate or do u just show them in store or is it automatic?? Thanks

Hey mate! No need to click activate. Once you've signed up, you're good to go!
Have this available, exact same layout and feel to Nationwide rewards I assume as it's all based on visa offers.
Thanks OP, I've signed up
One other quick question please.. is this online & instore? Or one or the other thank u
MrWani14 m ago

If it was real I would expect to be signing up direct from within internet …If it was real I would expect to be signing up direct from within internet banking. I wouldn't be risking my banking details.


Its not a HSBC or First Direct offer it is a visa offer
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smh2474 m ago

One other quick question please.. is this online & instore? Or one or the …One other quick question please.. is this online & instore? Or one or the other thank u

In store
MrMoneySavingExpert36 m ago

Hey guys, have a look at my post below explaining. In short , I found out …Hey guys, have a look at my post below explaining. In short , I found out about it via moneysavingexpert http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/banking/2017/09/hsbc-and-first-direct-offer-cashback-credit-and-debit-card-schemes-are-they-any-good



Thank you.

Might be worth adding this info in your 1st post so people feel ok about setting it up.
I had an email from first direct about it last week.
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MrMoneySavingExpert46 m ago

So even after it being advertised on moneysavingexpert. Which check these …So even after it being advertised on moneysavingexpert. Which check these types of things. Also the mods had to check my post before posting on here. I guess you're best to wait for the email from HSBC with this in? And hopefully then you'll believe us.




Nah mate. It be on the those Phishing emails, innit!
MrWani52 m ago

If it was real I would expect to be signing up direct from within internet …If it was real I would expect to be signing up direct from within internet banking. I wouldn't be risking my banking details.


It's just your card number no other details ... there is usually more than that displayed on a till receipt!
I use this as well, after being given an introduction email the other week. Some decent cashback offers on there but if you don't have an HSBC account then i wouldn't lose sleep having to use the likes of Quidco or Topcashback infact they do better offers in my opinion. The tracking rate is better with HSBC imo and used it already with 7% off Just Eat (every little helps) and automatically redeemed the cashback to my account in 3 days
As other have mentioned, if you aren't aware of it, it is quite tricky to find, here is the link though (for HSBC customers at least)
hsbcuk.visaoffers.eu/
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chrisvenn28 m ago

Thank you.Might be worth adding this info in your 1st post so people feel …Thank you.Might be worth adding this info in your 1st post so people feel ok about setting it up.

Yes sorry, I just assumed people had heard of visa offers before , I'll make a note for next time
MrMoneySavingExpert1 h, 6 m ago

So even after it being advertised on moneysavingexpert. Which check these …So even after it being advertised on moneysavingexpert. Which check these types of things. Also the mods had to check my post before posting on here. I guess you're best to wait for the email from HSBC with this in? And hopefully then you'll believe us.


Yeah in fairness I didn't follow your link before commenting, it looks legit unless MSE have been complete mugs. I'm not a HSBC customer but I have worked with fraud for one of the major banks and I know we wouldn't have approved a product to be launched in this way. It doesn't exactly teach customers to be careful with their banking details.
Thanks
Is this a one off or for every shopping trip you make over £40?
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VikJ3 m ago

Is this a one off or for every shopping trip you make over £40?



One off (atm)
I have done this on Sunday, First Direct, got the £10 cashback Wednesday, very fast cash back. Nice. Also there should an offer for £5 back of £40 Esso fuel too.
speric071 h, 4 m ago

It's just your card number no other details ... there is usually more than …It's just your card number no other details ... there is usually more than that displayed on a till receipt!


Till receipts show only the last 4 digits of a card. This doesn't appear to be fraud but I wouldn't advise people that giving full card numbers to untrusted websites is risk free.
Signed up a week or two ago and received a confirmation email. Went to sign in today & not only was I unable to sign in but, when I clicked the 'Forgotten password' button, it said that my email address was not registered.
Edit: When I try to re-register, it says that my FD VISA number is invalid.
Something not right somewhere . . .
Edited by: "simonspeakeasy" 7th Sep 2017
i have signed up today, but no offer for my hsbc visa card.....
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MrWani1 h, 12 m ago

Till receipts show only the last 4 digits of a card. This doesn't appear …Till receipts show only the last 4 digits of a card. This doesn't appear to be fraud but I wouldn't advise people that giving full card numbers to untrusted websites is risk free.

If you're still worried. Feel free to have a look at the other posters on the forum who've been successful in getting their free pennies. Alternatively head into your local bank and ask.

Assuming the people behind the counters are not imposters
MrMoneySavingExpert18 m ago

If you're still worried. Feel free to have a look at the other posters on …If you're still worried. Feel free to have a look at the other posters on the forum who've been successful in getting their free pennies. Alternatively head into your local bank and ask. Assuming the people behind the counters are not imposters


No I've not stated I'm worried. I was pointing out the error around till receipts containing full card numbers and the suggestion that people should be happy to give out card numbers to untrusted websites.
MrWani17 m ago

No I've not stated I'm worried. I was pointing out the error around till …No I've not stated I'm worried. I was pointing out the error around till receipts containing full card numbers and the suggestion that people should be happy to give out card numbers to untrusted websites.


Showing as trusted on google! Where has the untrusted part come from?

If you are worried don't use it! The things that this deal website grabs via cookies is more scary than giving a credit card number to the VISA offers website. If you use the app, heaven knows what they can grab with the lax permissions they have.
Edited by: "speric07" 7th Sep 2017
Just returned from hsb and after a lot of research and at first thinking it was a scam rhe bank assistant said its legit.
Edited by: "peejem" 7th Sep 2017
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