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British Rewards is a cash back site that I use mainly for the Daily Clicks although it has many other parts you can visit and earn cashback from for going to a site and buying something. There are many companies on the site and the cashback rates are quite good but I havent used them for actually buying anything, just really doing the clicks.
There are 21 clicks currently on the site under the top heading "Paid Clicks". A few of them are not working at the monet like Search Chief and Seek Something, and there are some I dont do altogether like Compare the Market and Mafia Life but the majority of them I do every day.
The clicks I do pay either 1p or 2p per click and I just do them once a day.
You can withdraw your cash once it reaches £9 if you want a cheque payment or £5 if you want an Amazon voucher or Pay Pal payment. If you like to be paid by Money Bookers then they have no minimum pay out level.
Also on the site as well as the cashback bits there is a page that gives you voucher codes to use on the top shopping web sites. I havent used this bit of the site so cant tell you whether they work or not but thought I would add that its there if you want it.
They also have a page of Easy Cash clicks which are usually where you get paid to sign up for certain web sites or may be request a brochure. These pay out a lot more than the daily clicks but you need to use an email address that hasnt already been used to sign up to them or it wont go through and you will not get the money for it.
I have had many payments from British Rewards. I usually wait until I have £10 then ask for a cheque but last month I asked for a £10 Amazon voucher instead as I wanted to buy my OH a present from there. I presumed the email would be sent quite quickly like it is on a lot of sites but after 3 weeks I hadnt received it. I went on the site that evening and noticed a small icon on the web page that says ask live and chat online. The little figure on the icon was green so I clicked on it and it opened a chat messenger kind of thing and I was able to talk to someone who deals with the site. He told me he would let the people who deal with the payments know and get it sorted for me but the next day after I did my clicks I saw the icon was green again so went on it again and spoke to someone else and they sorted it there and then. The mistake was that I had left out a digit in my email address in my details but where I had never had to use it before as I always got paid by cheque it had never been noticed. I thought it was a very good service to give their customers as a lot of sites are pretty bad at answering emails and messages on their forums about things that have gone wrong.
I would really recommend this site to anyone who likes doing daily clicks.
British Rewards is another good cash back site, offering cashback on any purchases made through their site, as well as paying small amounts of money for signing up to offers, and completing paid clicks.
It is Part of the Wowmedia group, similar to Pinkcashback, and I use it each day to complete the paid clicks. The rates paid for the daily clicks are about average for a free to join cash back site. I have been a member of British Rewards for about 12 months now, and have successfully withdraw my earnings three times, once via a cheque sent to my home address, and twice via my paypal account.
The minimum withdrawal amount via cheque is £9, and there is no minimum withdrawal amount via Paypal, which is excellent. If you refer a friend to British Rewards you get 25p credited to your account balance as soon as the friend earns any amount of money.
Overall the site is easy to navigate around, and account balances are updated every week, so it's a good site to join up to if you are looking for another way of earning extra money, from a site that can be trusted to pay you for what you have earned.
I am a member of dozens of other cash back and survey sites, so please check out some of my other reviews for other info.
I have read the different reviews on this site and so had give my experience. I joined this cash back site back in January due to the fact that I was taking out car insurance with elephant and they were offering £13.50 cash back. The problem was it didn't track at all, it showed that I clicked on it and that's it. I emailed after 2 months to the customer service after many attempts to contact them through their on-line chat which never worked. I got an email asking for all my details and that's the last I heard. When I went on the site it said that it had been turned down even though i bought the insurance and still have it. As I am a keen member of several cash back sites, the best being Quidco, I know how you make sure it tracks ect so I don't believe that they really want to pay that much out on this site.
Didn't have any good points to put, never got any money or even the basic customer service.
Don't bank on getting any money from this site, the website looks amaturist and that is what you get.
If you want a reliable cash back site try some of the main ones like Quidco.
Britishrewards.co.uk is a cash back website and a part of WOW media. Until now it has more than 22 6000 members and 1490 retailers.
You must be a British citizen and one account available per household. Then you can register. It's totally free and very easy.
It has 4 ways for users to make money.
1. Paid clicks
you click retailers displaying retailer channels for 'paid clicks' on the top left corner, then you can get from 1p to 25p per click according the description in next few days, some of them are instant credits. It has more than 20 retailers to click daily.
2. Free stuff and Easy cash
There are two items available for users to get free money: Free stuff and Easy cash. When you sign up websites through the links provided by britishrewards.co.uk you can get some pence. I don't know why the company displays the two items separately.
3. Cash back from your shopping and save money by using Vouchers
When you shop online you can fellow the link via Britishrewards, then you can get percentage of your purchase back after you complete the transactions. In general it takes 28 days to be paid to your account.
You can also use free vouchers codes provided by the company when you shop on some particular retailers.
You can invite your friends to join the website. The company will credit you 25p per member you invite.
You have 5 choices to withdraw your earnings: Amazon voucher (£5 payout), cheque (£9 payout), play.com (£5payout), money (no minimum withdrawal) and PayPal (no minimum withdrawal)
Compared with other cash back websites I have used Britishrewards provides more online retailers, but the website speed is too slow.
It has chat online service, but I never got reply when I tried it.
I also found some of my transactions have not been credited after 2 two moths, and it doesn't update my tractions on time.
However I revived my payment earlier than I expected.
Note: might be posted on other websites by myself under username happysh2009 or Blossom.
I have been a member of British rewards now for a few months and I think it is a great cashback site. I learnt about British rewards after reading a review on here and thought I would give it ago. I also became a member of it's sister site which is Pink cashback I haven't quite got to the payout on that site yet so I'm not ready to review it but so far so good..
British rewards are very easy to sign up to you just register all your details then you are ready to start earning. Unfortunately when you sign up to the site you don't get any money for joining but if you refer anyone when you are a member then you will get 25p credited to your account every time someone joins through your link.
The site is very popular and has over 200,000 members which is a lot of people. It also has 1353 retailers currently on the site that you can earn money for joining or doing cashback through. The site is very easy to use on the left hand side it has a long list on the top of the list it says paid clicks. When you click on this there is a list of sites that you can click through and when you do a search on them or click through to the site then you will be rewarded a few pence each time. You have a chance of earning over 25p every day. I find that not every site I click on tracks but the majority do. At first when I joined I did the daily clicks everyday and nearly gave up as I noticed that my account wasn't going up. But about a week later my account was credited so sometimes it takes a few days for the amount to show up.
Underneath the paid clicks there is a list of categories that you can choose from for example some are: Automotive, Clothes and fashion, Computer and Travel. When you click through them is a list of different retailers that are in that category. The cashback on each site varies for example if you shop through this site to the Early Learning centre then your account will be credited with 2% of what you have spent. There is a wide choice of retailers so if you are planning on buying something it's worth going through this site so you get some money back for your purchase. If you do shop through this site then it can take up to 45 days for your cash back to show up. So don't worry if doesn't show straight away.
There is also an option on the site to get money for just joining up to a site whether it's even just to complete a few surveys. I haven't done this yet so I'm not sure how fast your account is credited. At the top of the screen you can enter the forum which has many topics whether it's completing a quiz for cash or reading about site updates etc. So it's useful checking this every now and then.
Now on to getting paid I found the site paid out quickly so far I have received one payment which I requested and I got it within two weeks of asking for it. If you want to request a payment through Money bookers then you can a request payment after earning as little as 1p. The other payout amounts are Paypal, Amazon vouchers and other vouchers is £5.00 and if you want to be paid by cheque then the minimum payout amount is £9.00.
I think this site is great as I no it pays out after receiving my Paypal payment ok. I find that the customer service is great as a couple times I have had a few queries and I contacted the email on the site and received a reply the next day. Another good thing about the site is at the top of the screen it says vouchers when you click through this you can see a big list of voucher codes that you can use. I always check these before I make a purchase. I would definitely recommend this site if you want to be rewarded for your purchases. I'm now going to save up till I have enough to request a cheque and then I'm going to put it into my savings.
I thought I should add currently you can only join the site if you live in the UK. But if you don't then they recommend that you join the site www.wowfreegifts.com where you can win various gifts and it's open to any country.
British Rewards is the sister site of Pink Cashback, with over 220 thousand members it appears to be one of the most popular too.
This is another site I use for my daily clicks. Ive seen banners advertising the site as having a 1p payout amount, and while this is partly true it doesnt tell the whole story. While you can get your money out from 1p if you use moneybookers, you need 4 pounds to be paid by paypal, 5 pounds for an amazon voucher and 9 pounds for a cheque.
Of course you need your money confirmed before you can withdraw it, and while a few daily clicks offer instant credit into your account, the majority will take a while longer. I find I can get a few clicks confirmed every day but the main amount of money comes in about once a week. Usually im checking every day to see if it has gone up at all and then all of a sudden it will increase by about 6 pounds! It pays to be patient! You can also donate your money to charities by sending the owners of the site an email and telling them the amount you want to give.
British rewards will give you 50p as soon and you join and you can also earn 25p for every person you refer to this site, which you get straight away when they join.
So how many daily clicks are on this site.. well firstly they are easy to find as they are in the "paid clicks" page which is the first link on their side menu. Currently you can get 30p a day from the daily clicks not including insurance quotes or newsletter signups (I wouldnt recommend doing the insurance quote on this site though as you only get 25p), the majority of clicks are only for 1p though and they can get a bit tedious so I split them up and do them twice a day. As I said before there 15p of these are "instant credit" clicks, although I find I only get about 6p a day instantly.
If you want to check your account details meanwhile you need to go into your account reports. This is where I have a problem with this site. Everytime I try to view the breakdown of my money that has been approved the page never opens for me, it seems to go in a neverending loop of "connecting to site" and "opening page". So basically I have to wait until my total goes up to see how much I have so far. Not the best really but I have 18 pounds so far.
Unlike many other sites where you can browse their help forum if you need assistance, you have to register seperately for this one before you can view it, which is a bit annoying. When I did get on there I found some people moaning about payments not coming through very fast, but I did see the owners replying to their concerns quickly promising their money soon.
I'm saving my money up on this site for a christmas payout but after seeing this on the forum I think i'll be requesting it in november.
Compared to Pinkcashback where I get all my clicks confirmed, and I can see the breakdown of them easily, British Rewards only outdoes it because of the lower payment amount.
I have been a member of British Rewards for approximately a 1½ years I have taken my time to write this because I had a bad experience with them to begin with and I wanted to give them the chance to improve.
What is British Rewards?
I know that most members use these types of sites to earn themselves a little extra cash. If you have not already guessed British Rewards is a cash back site, which means that you can earn cash, when you buy products or goods online. Sometimes you do not need to spend anything to earn a little more I will come to that later.
The sign up process is quick and simply.
Choose a user name
Choose a password and confirm the password
You first and last name
The final choice you have to make is your preferred payment method but just because you choose it does not mean that you cannot change it at a later date.
You can choose from any below:
Amazon GV (£5 payout)
British Pay (No minimum withdrawal)
Cheque (£7 payout)
Firebox GV (£5 payout)
Paypal (No minimum withdrawal)
Random Sweets (£5 payout)
WH Smith GV (£10 payout)
There is no sign up bonus Im afraid unlike many of the other cash back sites but you can earn cash quickly.
British Rewards have 1021 retailers and for easy access they are split into groups on the left hand side of the screen. I wont list them all but there are categories such as Clothes & Fashion, Computers, Finance, Health & Beauty and Mobile Phones
My favourite category has to be the Paid Clicks because it is in this section of the site that you can earn cash for clicking on links that will not cost you anything. Using their links you can go through to sites like Kelkoo, Carsource and Shopping.com
I did have a bit of a bad experience with British Rewards but they were excellent in sorting it out. When I made my first request for payment to my Paypal account I was informed that payment would be made within 14 days.
I made the request back in November 2006 I requested the payment to my paypal account as expected it in 2 weeks time. Two weeks passed and no payment had arrived. I went onto the website to get in contact with them but found on the help pages that payment could take up to 28 days. I decided to give them another 2 weeks. However it did not show up so I logged back into British Rewards and luckily their online help facility was available.
I have not seen this on any other cashback sites; it is a live facility that enables you to chat directly to someone who can help you with questions, queries and non-payment. The guy I dealt with was very nice and sent my payment immediately I know that because before I finished chatting with him I had an email come through from paypal to say a deposit had been made.
The second time I requested payment I had no problems with them at all, within one week I had received the payment into my paypal account.
Overall this is a very good cashback site, your cash (not points) are added once a week usually on a Thursday but sometimes this can change but there is a message on your home page notifying you of this.
There referral program is also good because you earn 25p for each one, now I know other site offer a bigger sum but this is after your referral has earned enough cashback to receive payment. British Rewards offers 25p per person that opens an account.
The site has a nice colourful layout and navigation is very easy. I found it a very easy to find my way around the site and start earning cash. I find this one of the better cashback sites that I am signed up to because I can seem to earn a lot more in the paid clicks than other sites, lets face it we all like free money.
If you are not already registered with them I would strongly recommend you do I have placed a link below for any one who would like to register.
Thanks for reading.
Britishrewards is definitely one of the most rewarding cashback sites around. Its memberbase is increasing fast as i would expect it to. There is a huge variety of retailers including daily clicks worth up to 7p each just for a click. I have been a member for a few months now and i have made a fair bit of free cash so don't miss out
Remember to check everytime you want to buy something online if British Rewards will give you cashback for it as the likelihood is that they will!!! + don't forget to do your daily clicks for about 30p every single day. So do a few measly clicks a day and you could have over £100 in a year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
At the time of writing there are 430 retailers so you can buy pretty much anything online and get cashback. Even if the product who want is not available on any of the listed sites you can search through kelkoo and BR will give you 7p just for searching.
The site is very each and simple to use. All shops are put into easily selectable categories down the left of the page. There is also a simple search bar and a special section called Easy Cash where you can find some of the easiest and most rewarding offers available at the time
On signup you can get up to 50p upon signup and you can start earning straight away. Transactions are approved quite quickly although some offers do take awhile to be confirmed.
***PayPal (no minimum)***
Amazon GV (£5 minimum)
AmberConnect (£5 minimum)
Firebox GV (£5 minimum)
Paypal no minimum is something that you will not find at other cashback sites (as far as i know) and is my recommended way to cash out as you can send it straight to your bank from paypal.
There is a 30p referral bonus which is credited as soon as your referral has got at least 1p in confirmed earnings.
If you signup then i recommend that you check out the forum where you get excellent support from the site owner and a great community. My username there is robster113 and feel free to ask me anything.
The forum itself is rewarding. There is a star member monthly competition where members can vote for their favourite forum member of the month and the winner wins £10 paid via paypal. Also there is the bonus ball game where every member (so long as they post at least 5 times between each draws) gets to pick a number and if that number comes up as the bonus ball in the National Lottery then they win 25p. The 25p is rolled over every draw if no one wins. At the time of writing it is at £2.75. Sometimes major give aways are done. I recently bagged myself a nintendo DS on the forums.
I definitely recommend British Rewards to everyone and if you are going to be in one cashback site then it definitely has to be this one