Post Office International Payments Cashback Offers

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  • What will stop me getting cashback?
    • Using a promotional/voucher code not posted and approved by TopCashback.
  • What else is essential?
    • Claims that are older than 30 days will be declined.
  • Good to know
    • Post Office International Payments cashback can be earned simply by clicking through to the merchant and shopping as normal.
    • Post Office International Payments Cashback is available through TopCashback on genuine, tracked transactions completed immediately and wholly online.
    • If you are logged in to your account, the rates above include a bonus relevant to your membership level; typically 5% for Plus members and 1% for classic. If you are logged out of your account, the rates shown will be the Plus member rates. Please login to ensure you see the relevant rates to your membership level.
    • Cashback rates are subject to change both up and down.
    • From time to time information displayed here may be out of date. Please see TopCashback's full Terms and Conditions page for further information.
    • Recurrences on the amount of purchases that can be made while earning cashback may be limited.
    • This merchant calculates cashback excluding VAT, delivery and any other charges.
    • Transactions for this merchant should appear as pending within 24 hours. They will remain at this status until the retailer confirms that we're eligible for cashback. Once this happens your purchase will reach the confirmed stage of your account. When the merchant then pays us the cashback we can make this payable in your account.
  • What to do when
    • Some merchants may not be forthcoming with untracked cashback. We endeavour to chase untracked cashback but reserve the right to halt enquiries at any time. Please do not make purchase decisions based upon expected cashback as it is not guaranteed.
    • The vast majority of transactions from merchants track successfully, occasionally a transaction may not get reported. If you believe this to be the case, please submit a "Missing Cashback" query within 30 days of the transaction, we will be unable to chase up claims older than this.

About Post Office International Payments

International Payments is the easy and secure way to send money abroad. Whether youโ€™re sending money to family, have a home overseas that you need to pay for or paying an overseas supplier, you can transfer money to almost anywhere in the world. A variety of payment options Arrange an international transfer via your online account using your desktop, mobile or tablet. For transfers over ยฃ20,000 you can also speak to our dedicated customer service team. Payments can be made using a UK registered credit or debit card or via bank transfer. You can set regular payments so that they take place weekly, monthly or any period that suits you. Call 0800 180 4809 and our specialist team will set this up for you. Saving you money Fix the exchange rate for up to 12 months and you could save yourself money if the pound gets weaker in that time. Using the International Payments service could also help you manage your budget as youโ€™ll also know exactly how much youโ€™ll be paying each time you transfer money. A secure service International Payments are provided by Moneycorp. Moneycorp Group Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for the provision of payment services under the Payment Services Regulations 2009, FRN 308919. Post Office International Payments service uses Symantec SSL security, as used by 97 of the world's 100 largest financial institutions and 75 percent of the 500 biggest e-commerce sites in North America. Read more at http://www.postoffice.co.uk/international-payments#mdjK8rVYebThBX7v.99

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