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ahortin, post: 770 wrote:
To be honest though, I think it kinda defeats the purpose if you have to “subscribe” or pay a fee to be able to receive those cash-backs.

I appreciate your feedback, Anthony. What do you think if, instead of asking someone to subscribe first, I deduct the subscription fee from the first cash-back they claim? E.g. If I offer you $300 cash-back on 3 laptops, minus $70 subscription = you get $230 cash-back. That way there is no actual outlay and you don’t have to give over your credit card details.

Thoughts?