£15.15 cashback on signing up to Equifax credit scoring (free for the first month) @ Topcashback
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£15.15 cashback on signing up to Equifax credit scoring (free for the first month) @ Topcashback

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Found 24th Sep 2015
If you sign up to Equifax's 30 day free trial through Topcashback, they are offering £15.15 cashback, plus you can download your credit report as a pdf which you get to keep.

You have to enter credit card details be warned that they will start taking a monthly fee after 30 days.

You have to hold the membership for 20 days to qualify for the cashback, so just remember to cancel in time!
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Original Poster
If you're rating cold then please explain why. As it's my first post, I'd like to know for next time.
You have to call them to cancel which is a bit if a pain. Would be nice if you could cancel online but that would be far too easy.
once you cancel this, sign up to clearscore.com as this is free for life and it is taken from your Equifax credit report.
Voted hot. done this for £6 on quidco last month so £15 is awesome. obviously won't be able to do this again as I had already started a trial.
Hot from me.
manicmidlander

You have to call them to cancel which is a bit if a pain. Would be nice … You have to call them to cancel which is a bit if a pain. Would be nice if you could cancel online but that would be far too easy.



If someone was paying me £15 to have a 5 min phone conversation I'd do it all day long. I agree it's a pain, but they have to try and sell you something in return for the free info
Nice.
I did this a few months ago and got about 8.50 I cancelled it online and never had to speak to anyone. I believe that you had to keep it for 20 days. Voted hot
Good for the cashback, it's pretty useless to have though. I got a mortgage during my free trial, took about a fortnight for them to alert me someone had took it out in my name, this was after I'd got the money. So it's hardly much use.
Steamy Wee

If someone was paying me £15 to have a 5 min phone conversation I'd do it … If someone was paying me £15 to have a 5 min phone conversation I'd do it all day long. I agree it's a pain, but they have to try and sell you something in return for the free info



​Agreed. I took this deal a couple of years ago for the cashback. I had no issues cancelling and the person I spoke to was polite and didn't try to pressure me into staying. So long as you remember to cancel in the free period it's easy money.
don't get why voted so cold, know it been available for ages as free cash back but that a great rate, I did my trial while ago so no good to be but still voted hot
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