I have given the proof from Cashback Today themselves, so hardly slanderous, they have exposed themselves! My experience has been highlighted above in the thread and in comparison to iMutual Cashback Today are total rip-off merchants! and I'm sure anyone normal with no financial involvement or kickback (from introductions) reading my thread (apart from you) would agree.Richard Frost wrote: ↑Fri Mar 27 2020 7:09pmI have earned more from them in the last year than I have imutual. They pay without request on the day £20 is reached. In my opinion neither rip-off or patronising. As usual you are entitled to your opinion. but it is very different than my experience. This is not the Cashback Today thread and in my opinion you have hijacked this thread and taken it off topic with something completely unrelated to the original topic. (Not the first time) I will not be replying in this thread any further to your slanderous accusations about Cashback Today.
I would have thought that from your comments about Kerching in the Cashback Today thread, that you should be one of the first to agree that Cashback Today is a rip-off merchant and doesn't even stand in the shadow of iMutual...
I thought yesterday maybe you think this is "fun and games" board "The light-hearted side of life"
I'm not usually easily confused...?cccashbacklover wrote: ↑Sat Mar 28 2020 7:17amI thought yesterday maybe you think this is "fun and games" board "The light-hearted side of life"
Most people join a cashback site for - the clue is in the name "cashback" and most people like to gain highest rates/as much cashback as possible for themselves, as opposed to in your case trumpeting 100% cashback site which pays as least as it can get away with for no spend/free cashback offers e.g as was case with Icelolly, Confused.com Car Insurance is another example less than 25% rate here capped at 1 per 365 days so abuse cannot be used as an excuse for such a lowly cashback rate.
Cashback Today, Since middle October, £584.02 Claimed -54 rejected Travel searches that you mention probably amount to less than £12.00, if you know of any similar sites that you consider a rip of do post about it
Re Your reference to Kerching and you comparing Cashback Today with here -
Here 3rd January £1.00p extended, plus 1.00 x 1 pending plus 1 x 0.50 pending, prior to 3rd January Imutual were offering zero cashback for end user/member even though £1.50 was on offer from merchant
CB today 4th November - 3rd December inclusive paid @ £1.35 each approx 30 days = £40.50 paid approx
One thing for certain this is not yet another Imutual account ID of yours boredboy, london lad, prawnlover.
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