What does "x%/£x at quidco" mean?

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Found 26th Jul 2010
I keep seeing this and don't get what it means.

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it means $%^&^

show me one example where it says "x%/£x at quidco"

It means that you might get x% or £x back if you buy via the Quidco link, providing Quidco tracks the transaction properly, and that Quidco doesn't weasel out of paying or close your account before you can withdraw your funds.

Google TopCashBack, and try using them for your online purchases. All the info you need is on their site.

why didn't you ask in one of the threads that have the title?

surely this isn't an attempt to promote the ailing quidco after the dgm stuff.

Original Poster

There's are hundreds Babbabooey...

ants97 I don't know what 'dgm stuff' is. The search feature on this site sucks so I couldn't find my answer anywhere. I didn't ask in the thread because I obey general forum rules which means don't derail threads.:/

Thank you dxx

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