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    What do you think of "Shopperdiscountsandrewards.co.uk"?

    Now they've got a bad rep for signing people up without their permission which is terrible IMO. But they offer £15 chequeback if you purchase again through them to mymemory (I just bought something from there, that's where the offer came from).

    Free trial for 30 days, can cancel at any time and still get the £15 chequeback (no minimum spend according to the girl on the phone).

    They also offer other stuff for the £10 a month, such as extended guarentees on items, which may be useful if you buy alot of electricals, although not sure how much they might try to dodge paying!

    They also offer £5000 a year cover against losing items you buy through their site, ie you buy a laptop for £500 (max value per item) then lose it at a mate's house they say they'll refund you the £500.

    I bet they'll dodge like crazy but just thought I'd get a few opinions. I wonder if people would actually lose a few items at a mate's houses and then claim the refund as that's what they offer.

    Cheers!

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    Just be careful, they will charge you as soon as the free trial is up and you need to give 28 days notice so you would have to cancel the first week of the offer.
    Double check everything as they are well known for charging loads.

    I am still waiting 8 weeks down the line for my cheque for purchases made on CD WOW - wouldn't use them again

    pipsqueak;7811382

    I am still waiting 8 weeks down the line for my cheque for purchases made … I am still waiting 8 weeks down the line for my cheque for purchases made on CD WOW - wouldn't use them again



    They are just like any other cashback site and it always take a couple of months for you to receive the money and im guessing if you cancel your account then you don't receive any money so in order to get your cashback you have to subscribe at £10 a month. It is basically a con and would be better off just signing up to a normal cashback site

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    wendyak;7811283

    Just be careful, they will charge you as soon as the free trial is up and … Just be careful, they will charge you as soon as the free trial is up and you need to give 28 days notice so you would have to cancel the first week of the offer. Double check everything as they are well known for charging loads.



    Cool.

    Apparently they give the £10 back if you buy again from the same retairler each month. ie I might sign up through mymemory, as long as I purchase through their site to mymemory each month (as little as 1p) then they send me a cheque for £10!

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    stevebl;7811474

    They are just like any other cashback site and it always take a couple of … They are just like any other cashback site and it always take a couple of months for you to receive the money and im guessing if you cancel your account then you don't receive any money so in order to get your cashback you have to subscribe at £10 a month. It is basically a con and would be better off just signing up to a normal cashback site



    I'm not looking at the bits for a cashback site, I realise that the cashback sites are better at that. The other offers look good though, extended warranties, £10 cashback for an order through mymemory each month. £500 cover if you lose an item you buy through them!

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    "Best Price Guarantee
    You get our 90-day Best Price Guarantee Protection on all your qualifying purchases. Commonly purchased items such as electronics, books and music are covered. So as long as you're a Shopper Discounts & Rewards member if you see the item you purchased with a credit or debit card advertised for less within 90 days at the same store where you originally made the purchase, then we pay you double the difference in price, up to £50 per claim and £1,000 per year in total. There is no need to pre-register products. Your Shopper Discounts & Rewards price protection is automatic and always active.

    Extended Warranty
    Get an incredible value with Extended Warranty Protection on common purchases such as computers, stereo equipment and electronics. As a member of Shopper Discounts & Rewards, you get Extended Warranty Protection for up to one additional full year on every qualifying purchase you make. Again, there is no need to pre-register items you buy - they're automatically covered up to £500 per item and a maximum of £5,000 per year! Just knowing that Extended Warranty Protection mirrors the terms and doubles the timeframe of a manufacturer's warranty makes your final decision to buy that much easier.


    Damage, Theft & Loss
    Shopper Discounts & Rewards covers you with 90-day Damage, Theft and Loss Protection on all qualifying purchases. So if items you buy are damaged during shipping, stolen after you get them or lost at any time... you're protected up to £500 per item, £2,500 per claim and £5,000 per year! Frequently purchased items such as computers, electronics and books are covered for a full 90 days after you purchase them!"

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    pipsqueak;7811382

    I am still waiting 8 weeks down the line for my cheque for purchases made … I am still waiting 8 weeks down the line for my cheque for purchases made on CD WOW - wouldn't use them again



    I can be quite pursuading when I wanna be! Might be worth it for all the extended warranties etc, just in case I lose an item!

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    stevebl;7811474

    They are just like any other cashback site and it always take a couple of … They are just like any other cashback site and it always take a couple of months for you to receive the money and im guessing if you cancel your account then you don't receive any money so in order to get your cashback you have to subscribe at £10 a month. It is basically a con and would be better off just signing up to a normal cashback site



    To add, they say you get the initial £15 voucher even if you cancel straight away (as long as you purchase something through them through the site you signed up from, mymemory in my case).

    Total con - somehow you get signed up via a link when buying tickets and soon they are taking £10 month from your CC - when you challenge them they offer £30 only plus a complaints procedure for anymore they have taken. They thrive on people who do not check their CC outgoings - scumbag scammers
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