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More Daily Clicks added

In response to your feedback, we have recently added some more Daily Clicks offers for imutual members. These allow you to earn money every day just for visiting and searching! At the time of writing the available offers are.....

The High Street Web - 4p per visit

Best Price By Far - 2p per clickthru

Random Website Machine - 2p per clickthru

Pricelog - 2p per clickthru

Note that there are daily per-person / per- IP address limits on these offers, and that daily click rewards can be very hit-and-miss - see our guidance notes

That said, I know they are popular with some of you so I hope you welcome the addition of these offers to imutual :)
by richard@imutual
Thu Feb 03, 2011 11:37 am
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Re: More Daily Clicks added

I've added a couple more on a trial basis:

Vista Web Search (4p)
Vista Travel Search (5p)

Reporting is manual to start with, so don't expect transactions to appear until after the weekend but feel free to give them a go :thumbup:

Likely to be more daily clicks on the way too :)
by richard@imutual
Fri Feb 04, 2011 11:30 am
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Hi just signed up

This seems a good little venture.

From Yorkshire, hoping this will be beneficial.

by Kewstu
Thu Feb 07, 2013 11:34 am
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Happy New Year

Just wanted to wish everyone all the best for 2014. I hope the new year will be a great one for you all personally, and of course we all hope it's a significant year for imutual too :)

by richard@imutual
Tue Dec 31, 2013 4:38 pm
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Introducing our Cashback Guarantee

One of the biggest criticisms of cashback sites - for instance, in press articles - is that you are cautioned not to consider the cashback as being guaranteed. Even if you do everything correctly :shock: The largest two cashback sites have the following in their Terms and Conditions:

We're afraid that cashback and cashback payment periods cannot be guaranteed due to the number of parties and hand-offs involved in the process

In all circumstances payout of Cashback is at our sole discretion and further we may refuse to make payout of Cashback to you for any reason including but not limited to non-payout or late payout by the Merchant.

We don't think that's acceptable. :evil:

The imutual concept was created precisely to counter the concern that cashback offers might prove unreliable. We already offer the following measures to reassure members:
- A reputation for reliable cashback offers, backed up with published stats against each merchant
- An excellent track record of dealing with the small number of claims for untracked cashback, with regular performance stats published in our forum
- The option to "appeal" directly to members in the unlikely event of a claim being rejected
- Directors cashback guarantee to protect confirmed cashback in the highly unlikely event of the company hitting financial difficulties
- A unique member-owned structure, so you can hold directors to account

But in addition to all of the above, we've now introduced an explicit Cashback Guarantee .

If you follow all the offer conditions but your cashback fails to track properly, and your claim gets rejected, we'll pay you anyway.

This applies to over 90% of our offers - the main exceptions being the "Free cashback" deals where claims aren't applicable anyway.

We've updated our T&Cs to reflect this new "guarantee". For more details, see here

We want to help as many people earn free cashback (and shares!) as we can, and we hope this will give you added confidence to share the imutual secret with everyone you know! :)
by richard@imutual
Tue Oct 07, 2014 5:55 pm
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Re: Introducing our Cashback Guarantee

It works!!! I had a transaction wrongly rejected, claimed under the cashback guarantee and Imutual have agreed that it will be paid! Well done Imutual!

Phil, Just to clarify, In this particular case it wasn't the guarantee that awarded this cashback, I contacted the merchant and questioned the decision they had made and after some swift negotiating the merchant has now agreed to pay us this commission. :thumbup: If however we had not been successful we would have had the cashback guarantee to fall back on :thumbup:
by michelle@imutual
Tue Oct 14, 2014 10:49 am
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Re: POLL: Should imutual members be able to choose the charity they donate their shares to?

I thought the whole idea of the share ethos was to encourage active participation in the site. This goes away from that. It is probably the case that no charity would accept shares that currently have no value. From a financial point of view far better to sell the shares when and if they have a value, then donate the proceeds via Gift Aid to the charity of your choice. At the moment you cannot transfer them to another individual or a Charity. I cant see why someone would want to create a further level of legal jargon into an already complicated structure therefore creating more work for the admin team and cost employing a solicitor to rewrite the articles. If and when they have a value would be a better time to discuss this.

As it would require a change to the articles. It would also require a vote at an AGM. No poll could be binding.
by William Joseph1
Tue Feb 03, 2015 2:22 pm
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Re: weekly email?

I would like to know which voodoo spell to use to get the insurance ones to work. Gave up on them yonks ago.[/quote]

What with all this 'Voodoo' nonsense?
To get it to track daily

1. log out of your browser
2. Clear cookies
3. log back in and click though the link
4. do a search
5. click on 1 of the results
6.Dance round your computer chanting 'hey yah hey yah whilst shaking your powder goats horns from your magic stick
7. When the sun finally sets the cut the chicken throat gushing blood all over your keyboard

Tracks every time for me :thumbup:
by kevinchess1
Sun Sep 20, 2015 1:38 pm
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Re: Merchant of the Week -

I use this site for nearly all my bookings now.

You get between 6 and 12% cashback, depending on the currently available offer and the site you use.
Plus 1 free nights for every 10 you stay (and it is better than a hotel reward scheme as you aren't tied to a particular chain and it also applies to small independent hotels/B&Bs).
And they'll price match. Sometimes this can be a little difficult to get them to agree to, but after some gentle persuasion, they've never declined any of my requests.

Customer service is typically offshore (normally get through to someone in the US) but they are always very helpful.

Booking emails are usually in the local language in addition to English, which helps with misunderstandings abroad (e.g. hotel staff claiming you haven't prepaid, or breakfast isn't included in the rate).

Overall, I'd highly recommend this company based on my booking over the last 2.5 years.
by Bruce
Mon Dec 07, 2015 7:50 pm
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Re: Blood Donation

debbiemj wrote:A pint? That's very nearly an armful!

Showing my age there!
by RonFlorabud
Sun Dec 27, 2015 9:36 am
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Re: It looks like Mr Trump has already made his mark....

Before Dave Cameron asks an out-going US President about Americas future intentions perhaps he should have a word with Mrs Clinton or Donald Trump perhaps.... But maybe that doesn't suit his end target...?
President Obama said what every candidate for the Presidency would agree with. Trump/Cruz/Clinton would all sing from that song sheet as Obama stated the way America sees it. A big block is important one small country is not even if that country thinks it has a special relationship with the USA. Some would say France has an even more special relationship with the USA given the history between the USA and Britain and France.

I personally think the use of trade figures is a smoke screen to the real debate of being in control of our own destiny as opposed to Civil Servants in Brussels...
by Boro Boy
Sun Apr 24, 2016 2:10 pm
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