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Two cashback websites set to go bust

By Lee Boyce

12 November 2010

Two of the biggest cashback websites, Cashback Kings and Rpoints, are set to go bust, leaving many people who use them out of pocket.

Money Saving Expert has reported that the parent company which owns the two websites, Rpoints Limited, is facing a court winding-up petition that it will not fight and has stopped customers redeeming money from the sites.


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I'm a user of Quidco and formerly RPoints.

Interesting idea - and a great little earner.

I fully expect one or more of these comparison websites to go under - or end up being a massive loss for whoever bought them.

News Story

you can't make infinite profits from selling insurance to people.

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so sad...I have fond memories of the rpoints forum, and I made a killing a few years back from some of the info there. Sad to see it go

When you understand that rpoints was powered by wotsits, it makes perfect sense.

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i don't follow...?

Days after Interwetten announce no more sportsbook for UK effective immediately, rpoints finally dies.

Coincidence, I think not.

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