Earn 8% Cashback on eBay with iConsumer

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The relatively new shopping portal iConsumer is offering 8% cashback on eBay purchases with a maximum of $20 in cashback earned per month.

Link to iConsumer: iConsumer

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Cashback Terms

  • Cash Back is only paid on legitimate Winning Bid or “Buy It Now” transactions.
  • Cash Back is not available on bids placed with a sniping service/tool.
  • Cash Back is not available within the following categories: eBay Motors (including Vehicles, Motorcycles, Boats, and Powersports; excluding Parts & Accessories), any form of Real Estate, eBay branded Gift Cards, Bullion, and Heavy Equipment within the Business & Industrial category.
  • Maximum cash back – $20 per month.
  • $25 minimum needed to cash out.

Possible 16%?

Earlier today iConsumer was advertising 16% cashback at eBay through 1/30, however the rate seems to have dropped back to 8%. It isn’t evident if it will go back up, however my account is showing 8% as of now.

For a full review of the iConsumer shopping portal, see: this Doctor of Credit post.

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iConsumerWe'll each earn 100 shares of iConsumer stock if you use this link to sign up.In my experience, this has proven to be a reliable portal. With this portal you earn both cash back and shares in the iConsumer business. Requires $25 payable before they'll pay out.

Last updated on December 20th, 2018

About Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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I don’t see any comments here yet. I am going to try the iConsumer thing.