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We have more than 2000 online stores with cashback, 100 000 coupons and more than 1 000 000 products where you can get cashback up to 50%. We have the awesome referral program which allows you to get cashback from your friends and from friends of friends. It's very awesome opportunity which allows you to get money more than from your own purchases

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How do cashback sites work?

How do cashback sites work?

If you want to buy something online or sign up to a finance product, rather than going direct, click to the company via a cashback site and you get paid for it. The amounts range from pennies for retail items to – at the top end – more than £100 for some mobile or broadband contracts.

You'll have to sign up to the cashback site, which should be free. If it's not, avoid it. Then simply log in and search for the online retailer you want to buy from, such as Argos or Tesco Direct. If it's listed, click the cashback site's link to visit that company.

Your visit is then tracked. If you buy something, an amount is put into your cashback site account once the transaction's processed. You can withdraw this once it arrives, which can take a few weeks, or even months. For some cashback sites, you need to reach a set threshold before you can withdraw.

Cashback websites: how do they work?

Cashback websites: how do they work?

Swagata Sen likes her home to look good.

In particular, she likes fancy china and plates, and is happy to show off her latest purchase.

She ordered a platter online, and took it out of the bubble wrap excitedly.

She bought that item, and some more china, toiletries and a bike, on a cashback website so she is expecting about £14 to be paid back to her.

But Ms Sen might have to be patient. It will take up to four months for her to be paid.

What is 'Cash Back'

What is 'Cash Back'

Cash back can refer to two different kinds of card transactions