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    One Poll Cashback

    Another cashback site has been launched through the online research company "One Poll".
    Seems pretty well organised. Categories for merchants such as "Easy Money" , "No Spend, and "Freebies".
    You also get £2.50 just for signing up.You can recieve payment through BACS, or take Amazon vouchers and get an extra 5%.
    Merchants include: eBay, ladbrokes, HMV, M&S, GAME etc etc.

    Just thought i should make you aware

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    amazon! cool....

    joined

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    magicbeans;4540206

    amazon! cool....joined



    oh god, i can;t now find amazon on their list. Please don't kill me.

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    It doesn't tell you how much you earn for "normal" transactions only :

    Renew (or switch) your car insurance:£50 cashback
    Renew (or switch) your home insurance:£40cashback
    Switch your energy supplier:£50 cashback
    Open a new current account:£50 cashback

    Be accepted for a new credit card:£10 cashback


    Anyone know if its better than quidco?

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    GoDutchGo;4540709

    It doesn't tell you how much you earn for "normal" transactions only : … It doesn't tell you how much you earn for "normal" transactions only : Renew (or switch) your car insurance:£50 cashback Renew (or switch) your home insurance:£40cashbackSwitch your energy supplier:£50 cashbackOpen a new current account:£50 cashbackBe accepted for a new credit card:£10 cashbackAnyone know if its better than quidco?




    if you click "Login", i think you can then search for specific merchants and find what % they give.
    eBay currently offer 30% cashback for a limited time; 20% otherwise.

    Most of the rates look carp. But if you refer people you get £2 when they get £15 validated

    You cant withdraw until you have £25

    You get a MAXIMUM of 50% of the cashback awarded (meaning they keep the other 50%+)

    I was interested until I found the above in their terms and conditions

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    kelly_o_fanatic;4542469

    You cant withdraw until you have £25You get a MAXIMUM of 50% of the … You cant withdraw until you have £25You get a MAXIMUM of 50% of the cashback awarded (meaning they keep the other 50%+)I was interested until I found the above in their terms and conditions



    The £25 thing aint so bad, but 50% of earnings is.
    Oh well, my quest for internet millions shall continue

    kelly_o_fanatic;4542469

    You cant withdraw until you have £25You get a MAXIMUM of 50% of the … You cant withdraw until you have £25You get a MAXIMUM of 50% of the cashback awarded (meaning they keep the other 50%+)I was interested until I found the above in their terms and conditions


    I think I'll stick with quidco ... this seems like a get rich fast company .. 50% thats not on ..
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