Topcashback.co.uk £15/£10 for £5 payable ** DO NOT offer / request referrals **
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Topcashback.co.uk £15/£10 for £5 payable ** DO NOT offer / request referrals **

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Found 22nd Aug 2017Edited by:"NenoDealHunter"
Starting today (21st Aug) and running until 10am 4th Sep, we've got a special Tell-a-Friend bonus for you and your friends. Now's the perfect time to share your money saving, cashback knowledge with all your friends and family. For only two weeks you can receive a double cashback bonus when your friend earns just £5 payable cashback (standard threshold is £10).

Plus Members – Get £15 cashback bonus for each referral earning £5 payable cashback
Classic Members – Get £10 cashback bonus for each referral earning £5 payable cashback

Your friend can get a £2.50 cashback bonus for signing up and earning £5 payable cashback.
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Why not offer / request referrals? We all win collectively?
Topcashback has gone right down the tubes over the last 2 years. 2/3 of my cashback claims get tracked at £0.00 or rejected. It is usually the bigger transactions too.

Recently i've had a perfectly legitimate £16 Uberkids and £44 TUI claim rejected. Are Topcashback just lining their own pockets with your cashback?
monkeyhanger758 m ago

Topcashback has gone right down the tubes over the last 2 years. 2/3 of my …Topcashback has gone right down the tubes over the last 2 years. 2/3 of my cashback claims get tracked at £0.00 or rejected. It is usually the bigger transactions too.Recently i've had a perfectly legitimate £16 Uberkids and £44 TUI claim rejected. Are Topcashback just lining their own pockets with your cashback?

Yeah struggling with tcb here too £75 for now TV stuck in limbo at confirmed others months after payable

Gone back to quidco now
Dont expect ever to see the "reward". Signed up my kid and I knew they had spent enough for me to get cashback. TCB refused to pay it, said they must have spent on things that were excluded - and a hell of a lot is excluded but they dont publish a list. Unless the person you refer complains they dont pay out. Got my cashback int he end but I suspect I'm due 2 more I'll never see. Now I dont bother with referrals
Gotta admit I can't stand tcb either, they don't pay out, I much prefer quidco.
You know what- I take it all back, HUKD doesn't allow referral posting even in the comments section of a deal about referrals. How utterly boring and unnecessary.
So the OP was quite right to put that, to avoid getting the post removed.
I've had almost £2k from Topcahsback, almost everything has paid out, and they've managed to obtain payouts for most of the few things that haven't. I've had about £200 declined, most of that was reasonable as I'd used a code.
Anyway apologies to the OP, wish I'd voted hot.


"Hi there,

We're sorry, but we don't allow self-promotion.
This includes referrals, incentives, astro-turfing and posting for personal gain.

Merchants, media companies, agencies and anyone connected in anyway to the site they're promoting, including friends and family members, can use the contact form to get in touch with us

For more information on the type of content we do allow, please see our code of conduct"
cold from me
Agree with TCB going down the pan, had a ticket open for nearly twelve months now for £100 cashback and they keep saying "bear with us" still contacting the merchant. Fed up of it so will be using Quidco from now on.
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buzzard1 h, 21 m ago

Dont expect ever to see the "reward". Signed up my kid and I knew they had …Dont expect ever to see the "reward". Signed up my kid and I knew they had spent enough for me to get cashback. TCB refused to pay it, said they must have spent on things that were excluded - and a hell of a lot is excluded but they dont publish a list. Unless the person you refer complains they dont pay out. Got my cashback int he end but I suspect I'm due 2 more I'll never see. Now I dont bother with referrals


Actually, it's completely fine. When they track your purcashes they track your IP address. If you refer "your kid" from the same computer he registers on, it's completely fine for them to block that cashback.
After all, they don't know you have kids, and they don't know that you're not just some fat guy sitting in his chair 24/7 glitching the site.
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mittromney2 h, 31 m ago

Why not offer / request referrals? We all win collectively?


It's against HUKD terms if I recall correctly, and there're some guys from TBC watching over so you could very easily get a ban.
I give heat.. I've earned about £20 quid just in about 4 months from my online spending (which I would have done anyway) I don't make major purchases, think the biggest has been about £80, smallest literally about £1 lol. I have forgotten to go through tcb a handful of times so it would have been a tiny bit more. If you just see it as a bonus it's fine. I think about 4 times it's not tracked and I've told them and it's been added. All except 1 purchase which was a big one A sofa and chair for my mum from argos. That didn't track and it's been looked at for about 3 months and still nothing. All in all, it's a good bonus if your buying anyway.
ive referred 2 friends, neither have spent anything so I didn't gain from that. (I've given up with that part of tcb
mittromney3 h, 10 m ago

Why not offer / request referrals? We all win collectively?


I refer myself usually but I can't keep up with all the multiple TCB accounts
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Pateo24 m ago

I refer myself usually but I can't keep up with all the multiple TCB …I refer myself usually but I can't keep up with all the multiple TCB accounts


Same
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ScroopEgerton5 h, 10 m ago

You know what- I take it all back, HUKD doesn't allow referral posting …You know what- I take it all back, HUKD doesn't allow referral posting even in the comments section of a deal about referrals. How utterly boring and unnecessary.So the OP was quite right to put that, to avoid getting the post removed.I've had almost £2k from Topcahsback, almost everything has paid out, and they've managed to obtain payouts for most of the few things that haven't. I've had about £200 declined, most of that was reasonable as I'd used a code.Anyway apologies to the OP, wish I'd voted hot."Hi there,We're sorry, but we don't allow self-promotion. This includes referrals, incentives, astro-turfing and posting for personal gain.Merchants, media companies, agencies and anyone connected in anyway to the site they're promoting, including friends and family members, can use the contact form to get in touch with usFor more information on the type of content we do allow, please see our code of conduct"


I didn't even put it in the title... The mods did
NenoDealHunter2 h, 3 m ago

I didn't even put it in the title... The mods did


Miserable buggers. I get why a posted referral deal wouldn't be allowed, but why not within the comments? Ohhhh, wait.. they don't get the traffic through. Makes sense I guess, if a bit mean-spirited.
NenoDealHunter7 h, 26 m ago

Actually, it's completely fine. When they track your purcashes they track …Actually, it's completely fine. When they track your purcashes they track your IP address. If you refer "your kid" from the same computer he registers on, it's completely fine for them to block that cashback.After all, they don't know you have kids, and they don't know that you're not just some fat guy sitting in his chair 24/7 glitching the site.


They are now an adult and live in a different place - next excuse?
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buzzard17 h, 10 m ago

They are now an adult and live in a different place - next excuse?


That was not an excuse. That was an assumption. i don't know. They've been recently not tracking any of my cashbacks either Going to epn then I guess
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