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  2. 7 best cashback apps to stretch your dollar — and earn ...

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    Cashback apps like Rakuten and Ibotta most often make money through affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing is a type of business arrangement whereby a company pays an affiliate — in this case ...

  3. Cashback (film) - Wikipedia

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    Cashback is a 2006 British romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Sean Ellis. Originally exhibited as a short in 2004, it was expanded to feature length in 2006. Both versions were produced by Lene Bausager, starring Sean Biggerstaff and Emilia Fox .

  4. Cashback Monitor guide - AOL

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    Cashback Monitor is a website that tracks earnings rates across dozens of online shopping portals and cash back sites, making it easy to see which portal will give you the most points, miles or ...

  5. Cashback website - Wikipedia

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    The cashback website receives a commission from the retailer that, after the purchase is confirmed, is shared with the customer who made the purchase. The amount of time that it takes to receive the cashback benefits is dependent on the site. Certain sites will make their payments every four to six weeks, while others will only issue their ...

  6. Why you should have a 2% cash back card - AOL

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    The Alliant Cashback VisaⓇ Signature Credit Card* also gives 2.5 percent cash back on everything up to a $10,000 monthly spending limit. But whereas the Farmers Insurance card doesn’t offer ...

  7. Debit card cashback - Wikipedia

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    Debit card cashback (also known as cash out in Australia and New Zealand) is a service offered to retail customers whereby an amount is added to the total purchase price of a transaction paid by debit card and the customer receives that amount in cash along with the purchase. For example, a customer purchasing $18.99 worth of goods at a ...

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