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NordVPN 90% Cashback (Was 30%) @ Cashrewards


I previously posted this deal, but was removed due to a technical error. Reposting as CashRewards have confirmed it's live now. Highest Cashback for this VPN. :)

Note: New NordVPN customers only.


  1. Click through the main link in this post to the NordVPN page on Cashrewards.
  2. Press "Shop Now" (ensure any Adblocking or other software is disabled)
  3. Press "Get 3-year Plan + 3 Months Free" on the Nord page
  4. The 70% discount should be automatically applied but if it doesn't, use coupon 3ynordvpn (advertised in CR website, so eligible for Cashback, coupon expires 24/11/19)
  5. On the checkout page, ensure you select the 3-year plan for $125.64 USD, enter your information in and put United States (or any other no VAT country) as the country.
  6. Press Continue and go through the remaining checkout process.

NordVPN Terms of Service

Access 5,565 servers worldwide
No logs policy
Connect 6 devices at the same time
30-day money-back guarantee

This also comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, so if you have any issues with Cashback tracking you're always backed by this to be able to cancel in time :)

Equates to $12.56 USD for 3 years after cashback! (Depending on exchange rate fluctuations).

Shamelessly copied all the description from doweyy's post

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  • +8 votes

    In before comments about the data breach


      Yeah they been getting slammed recently


      At least they acknowledge it, and hopefully able to fix the hole. Unlike Facebook, they just farm everything you have, admit it and do nothing about it

      • +8 votes

        Except they didn't acknowledge it, for at least 6 months going by their timeline of events, possibly longer.

        They only responded when proof of a breach was tweeted at them publicly, I would imagine they would not have reported it if their hand was not forced.

        I understand that breaches happen but as a "privacy provider" not informing users of the all but confirmed (internally to them) breach is unacceptable imo…

        Original tweet (Nord VPN removed their original snarky marketing tweet on their part)

        Nord VPN's belated public statement including their version of events


          I remember when Dropbox didn't acknowledge passwords were breached for years till it turned up for sale

  • +5 votes

    They couldn't pay me to use their service. NordVPN confirms it was hacked
    Neg as I have an issue with this company, primarily how they handled the whole situation.


      Yes they handled it incorrectly. But this hack was years ago wasn’t it? As long as they keep me hidden when browsing documentaries, I’m happy.

    • +14 votes

      I work in IT (specifically web development). Nord really wasn't 'hacked'. They had a server breach in a single server in Finland, where no unencrypted user data could be accessed. The most a competent hacker could have done with this vulnerability is that they could have potentially performed a man-in-the-middle attack if they also had access to the user's requesting network - very, very unlikely.

      Nord are a large provider and so will have a large target on them. If we rejected all providers with any security issues whatsoever we'd be left with providers with only very small network or providers that don't report security issues. The only security issue of concern here is the time-frame that the breach was reported. It's pretty normal to not report it straight away - you want to be sure that the problem is fixed before you let everyone know about it. But it did take several months, maybe too long.

      There's a fairly unbiased run-down here: https://restoreprivacy.com/nordvpn-hack/

      I'm not suggesting that nord is better or worse than any other providers, but this 'hack' is really not the security issue that many seem to think it is. And for completeness, that article you posted is from techcrunch - owned by Version, who have their own VPN provider - a direct competitor to nord.

  • -1 vote

    Don’t count on your cash back being paid anytime this year - Cashrewards are appallingly slow honouring this

  • +1 vote

    Just signed up using cashrewards and the cashrewards confirmation email is showing "Expected Cashback" AUD 50.10
    Estimated approval: Up to 95 days
    Store NordVPN
    Date of purchase 19 Nov 2019
    Amount USD 125.64*
    I guess I will have to wait for a week and then chase up cashrewards support


      Yeah I just had the same , I think their site isn't calculating it correctly


      I recently have cashback issue with CR as well. I bought something from JDsports with increase cashback to 15% and I received an email from CR with the exact cashback amount and somehow couple of days later when I go to CR and check all the tracking, I found out the JDsport has $0 sale and $0 cashback. They asked me to contact JD and obvioously JD asked me to call CR. Really bad experience


      Sounds like they're calculating it on the old 30%.


    First time using cash rewards. How long do I wait for cashrewards to confirm my purchase? It shows I clicked through but nothing popped up indicating success when I went back to the site


    Can I buy this for a friend overseas?


    My cashback wasn't tracked from 2 weeks ago, I had to contact cashrewards to manually add it to my account and now it's pending. Should I just cancel and sign up again with different details to try and get my cashback tracked correctly this time?

    • +1 vote

      I wouldn't recommend making a new account - goes against CR's T&Cs. If CR discovers you have more than one account - they could ban both of your accounts and you would lose all your pending cashbacks.

      I recommend following the steps in the OP and give it at least a few days to track before raising a ticket. CR have Cashback Guarantee, so if any troubles they'll be able to sort you out.

      Furthermore, if you continue to have issues I would recommend contacting TA, he has helped me out heaps in the past. He'll be able to sort you out.


        Thank you for your detailed reply. I will look in to the Cashback Guarantee! Cheers


          I just purchased 2 days ago and so far haven't had any cashback tracked. Planning to submit a ticket in 5 days. Did you just generate an invoice on the NordVPN website and use that invoice number when completing the claim since there isn't a proper receipt or invoice sent out at the time of purchase?


    I tried using United States as my country to avoid GST/VAT but when I pay with my credit card it fails as it checks the Post Code against the CC. I tried both my actual post code and a US zip code…transaction fails.

    Looks like I'll have to use AU and pay the extra $13 tax, doubling my overall cost (still worth it though).

    • +1 vote

      So I changed to a different CC and put in a ZIP code from Oregan (no state taxes) and it went through!

      I checked my Cashrewards balance today and saw a cashback of AUD 161.34. So by my calculations (in AUD), $183.82 ($125 US) - $161.34 cashback = $22.10 AUD for 3 yrs + 3 mths NordVPN.



    They must be doing pretty badly if they discounting their services this much and with a frequent interval too….


    I'm heading to China and apparently this was one of the few reliable VPN's that work there. Can anyone confirm?


    I have had it for last 12 months but my netflix dont work with it from us. paid for but dont use at all.


    Does anyone know what constitutes a 'new' customer?

    I gave NordVPN a go a decent while ago, using their 30 day trial period (not using CR at all). I canceled the subscription and got a refund since it wasn't working for what I wanted it for. If I use a new email and sign up again, will that count as a 'new customer' for CR purposes?


      I'm pretty sure a new email would circumvent the new customer requirement.


    Do you need to link your CashRewards account witha Paypal or Aus Bank account to get the Cashback ? Or where do you get the cash back ?

    • +1 vote

      You need to accumulate at least $10 cashback prior to cashing out. Paid out on either PayPal or Bank Account of your choice.

  • +1 vote

    Cashrewards have 65% cashback at the moment, Do we think tomorrow it might jump up to 90%?

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