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    right folks have been looking in to this top cash back thing. seems a pretty good idea. but how does it work? dont really understand how you can get money back for buying something but none the less i have made a couple o quid from my ebay account so far. how easy is it to build up a decent amout of cash? and has anyone done so? and am looking to change the likes of my insurance and utilities thru it as it looks like you can get a fair few quid from it

    i have put up a link here as i am a new member and if you sign up thru my link i get a couple o quid not sure if i can post it up so understand mods if it gets removed

    http://www.topcashback.co.uk/ref/Member72684198734/

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    Depends on what you buy, can earn good levels of cashback on insurances, breakdown cover, utilities and the like. I get about £150 a year, not bad for just clicking through a website.

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    It works in the same way as internet marketers (affiliates) earn their money. Normally an affiliate would advertise a site (e.g. eBay) and then when you click that link and make a purchase, eBay pay a commission to the affiliate.

    It works by, in effect, setting yourself up as the affiliate and earning the commission from your own purchase.

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    I use Quidco same thing, this year I have had over £750 back for simply buying things that I was going to anyway !

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    gonna definately stick with it and see where it gets me, wife spends a fortune on ****e so im sure she will rack it up quite quickly

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    +1 for internet cashback - I can vouch for both topcashback and quidco paying out. Also consider the nectar website and earning points for some things like amazon.

    http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/sho...es-comparison/

    Use the MSE bit and have several accounts, using the best one. I've had paid out well over £1000 in the last couple of years. Car insurance and home insurance can be beneficial, particularly in conjunction with the best quote. Energy suppliers, TV, broadband and mobile phone providers are all on there too. Quidco also enable you to earn money on the high street by registering a debit card with them.

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    Great site, earned over £500 with topcashback. Just remeber before you buy anything to see if the shop does have cashback available. Its quite suprising which shops you can get cashback with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoroDave74 View Post
    +1 for internet cashback - I can vouch for both topcashback and quidco paying out. Also consider the nectar website and earning points for some things like amazon.

    http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/sho...es-comparison/

    Use the MSE bit and have several accounts, using the best one. I've had paid out well over £1000 in the last couple of years. Car insurance and home insurance can be beneficial, particularly in conjunction with the best quote. Energy suppliers, TV, broadband and mobile phone providers are all on there too. Quidco also enable you to earn money on the high street by registering a debit card with them.
    Just stick with Topcashback, they guarantee the best cashback just put in a claim and they match other sites and no yearly free like Quidco

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    Quidco are doing in store buying now

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    I use greasy palm

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