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Re: How did you join imutual?

Posted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 8:31 am
by William Joseph1
Antony1606 wrote: I never ever got a payout from them - I've made about £100 from TCB but can't really rememebr the last time I logged on
You need to log in TO TCB at least once every six months according to their T&C or there is a risk they will close your account. (I realise that may not be a problem in your case)

Re: How did you join imutual?

Posted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 9:51 am
by blythburgh
Antony1606 wrote:
Phil85 wrote:Rpoints first ever cashback site I joined (so long ago, can't remember why)
Then joined lots of other 50% cashback sites (about 10 I think) for the daily clicks
Then joined the 100% ones (QC, TCB and Rpoints own Cashback Kings)
Then Rpoints went and the "new concept" looked interesting so I followed onto Imutual (50th member)
Then much like has been described I had some bad experiences with the "Big 2" and now mostly use Imutual unless there is a very good reason not too (merchant isn't here or cashback significantly higher elsewhere)
Almost ditto although I was barred from Q because of their assumption I was over using dailies (Kelkoo from memory)

I never ever got a payout from them - I've made about £100 from TCB but can't really rememebr the last time I logged on

I've made about 11k from rpoints/CBK and Imutual and don't intend going anywhere else
Antony1606 you need to be active on Toppers and Quidders. Does not take long to do the Travel Supermarket and Skyscanner clicks and the monthly payouts for them is always a nice little pick up

Re: How did you join imutual?

Posted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 3:41 pm
by AAAlphaThunder
Antony1606 wrote:
Phil85 wrote:Rpoints first ever cashback site I joined (so long ago, can't remember why)
Then joined lots of other 50% cashback sites (about 10 I think) for the daily clicks
Then joined the 100% ones (QC, TCB and Rpoints own Cashback Kings)
Then Rpoints went and the "new concept" looked interesting so I followed onto Imutual (50th member)
Then much like has been described I had some bad experiences with the "Big 2" and now mostly use Imutual unless there is a very good reason not too (merchant isn't here or cashback significantly higher elsewhere)
Almost ditto although I was barred from Q because of their assumption I was over using dailies (Kelkoo from memory)

I never ever got a payout from them - I've made about £100 from TCB but can't really rememebr the last time I logged on

I've made about 11k from rpoints/CBK and Imutual and don't intend going anywhere else
WOW £11,000 that's a significant amount of money.

Re: How did you join imutual?

Posted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 11:36 pm
by kevinchess1
I don't know if I can check But £11,000 seems about right to me

Re: How did you join imutual?

Posted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 12:00 pm
by AAAlphaThunder
kevinchess1 wrote:I don't know if I can check But £11,000 seems about right to me
Full mark and respect from me.

Well done you.

Re: How did you join imutual?

Posted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 9:10 am
by Chadwick
Started out at Rpoints, can't remember how I found it.
Followed Richard here when Rpoints collapsed.

Re: How did you join imutual?

Posted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 12:57 pm
by Beachboy
Chadwick wrote:Started out at Rpoints, can't remember how I found it.
Followed Richard here when Rpoints collapsed.
Snap. Same for me.