I recently purchased a Panasonic DMC- FZ2000 from Wex, on which there was a £100 cashback offer. The camera duly arrived and then I had to register the camera to get my £100 back.
I was told I’d have to wait 35 days for payment, to avoid fraudulent claims. So after 35 days I sent all the documentation by post and three days later had an email to say that my claim had been verified and I would receive a cheque within 28 days. So it took about 60 days to get the cashback. Why can’t manufacturers just reduce the price of the product instead? After this process I would never again purchase a product with cashback. Malcolm J Preston- Green