Money Saving Updated:
Cashback websites have risen in popularity over recent years, offering consumers rewards in return for spending.
These websites work by providing consumers with a cut of the money from items or services purchased via its affiliated retailers, ranging from holiday and insurance products to everyday items such as toiletries and groceries.
The prospect of being paid to spend will appeal to many shoppers, particularly in the current climate of austerity, however, it is always best to bear in mind a few points before making a purchase.
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