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eBay: $2 Bonus ($2 Spend) or $5 Bonus ($20 Spend) Plus 10% Cashback (Uncapped, Unlimited Txns, Exclude Coupons) @ ShopBack

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Great bonus cashback offer on top of the 10% cashback. Time to go shopping!

10% cashback is uncapped and no limit on number of transactions.

  • Spend $20 and then you get $5 Bonus & $2 Cashback = 35% cashback
  • Spend $30 and get a $5 Bonus + $3 Cashback = 26% Cashback.

Get a $2 bonus when you spend $2 OR a $5 bonus when you spend $20 or more. T&Cs apply. - Spend $2 to $19.99 for a $2 cashback bonus OR Spend $20 or more for a $5 cashback bonus. Minimum spend amounts do not include GST charged at checkout for international items, delivery and all other fees. - To qualify for one cashback bonus, you must make one transaction (with the respective minimum spend) from eBay Australia (eBay.com.au) through ShopBack between 12:00AM and 11:59PM AEST on 30th September 2020. - Limited to one bonus per customer. If you make multiple transactions in a single day, you will receive the bonus for the transaction with the highest purchase amount. - The cashback bonus is in addition to the usual cashback you receive on eBay Australia purchases. - The cashback bonus will be credited separately into your ShopBack account by 30th November 2020. - Standard eBay Australia cashback terms and conditions apply. - Your cashback and bonus will still be valid if you pay for your purchase using gift cards. - The use of coupon codes will not qualify you for the regular cashback or the bonus. - Purchases of items excluded from cashback (for example gift cards, charity and non-profit items, eBay Plus membership, Cars, Bikes, Boats, Coins, Real Estate, Services, Tickets, Travel) do not qualify you for the bonus. - Returned, exchanged and cancelled orders will void your eligibility for the bonus. - If your tracked cashback at eBay Australia is rejected, your bonus will be voided. - ShopBack reserves the right to dishonour bonuses for members who have participated in this offer in a fraudulent manner (ie. using multiple accounts). Such members may be banned and any cashback on their accounts forfeited.

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  • +50 votes

    is this shopback trying to redeem itself after the recent incident ? 👀

    • +39 votes

      Oh where all our bank details were leaked?

      • +2 votes

        Could you please tell me more, I must have missed this data breach.

        • +4 votes
          • +5 votes

            @k2moo4: Unfortunately I just recently linked my bank details to withdraw funds. Shutting the gate after the horse has bolted but after their many cashback f-ups and now this inexcusable data breach I'm closing my SB account. OzDJ is right in that forum discussion - SB has no excuse.

      • +12 votes

        If people want to deposit money into my bank account then they are more than welcome

        • -1 vote

          They can still authorise direct debits from your account. Not just make deposits.
          If you are so confident are you willing to publish your account details here?
          Didn't think so…

          • +7 votes

            @field1985:

            They can still authorise direct debits from your account.

            Nope. Whist the breach very poor form, you simply can not authorise a direct debit with an account and bsb number.

            • -15 votes

              @ash2000: Then feel free to share your name, mobile, email, bsb and account number here… we'll wait

              All they need to do is fill out a form with the data and forge your signature.

              Direct debit forms only require the payer (or scammer) to fill in:
              - Customer details (leaked by shopback)
              - The payee’s bank account details (leaked by shopback)
              - The amount/frequency of the payment
              - A signature

              • +13 votes

                @field1985: Oh please……. Many e-retailers publish their bank details on their websites as a payment option.

                Zero risk, but it's a cute story.

                • -1 vote

                  @ash2000: Still waiting for you to post your details…….

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                  @ash2000: Those retailers would have a lock on those accounts preventing direct debits. Next excuse genius..?

              • +2 votes

                @field1985: not sure you even need a signature since it can be done online
                also dont think the name acutally matters, ive used my unofficial english name when doing direct debits from accounts under my official ethnic name before no problem…

              • -3 votes

                @field1985:

                Then feel free to share your name, mobile, email, bsb and account number here… we'll wait

                If you're upset about the data breach, and don't want to purchase through ShopBack in future, then that's fine & your personal choice.

                But, it's not a valid reason to neg a deal.

                All my cashbacks with ShopBacks have tracked and been paid, when I use their mobile app. And, I don't see any reason why this deal's cashback won't be paid either. So, it's a valid deal for this of us who want to continue being Shopback customers.

              • -2 votes

                @field1985: What's with all the neg's? Can anyone prove this is not the case?
                I get the feeling people are negging it because they don't want it to be true.
                Again… if this is not the case feel free to share your details.

            • +4 votes

              @ash2000: Actually they can.
              Someone who has your name, bank account number and BSB can illegally use that for a direct debit.
              Contrary to what most people believe, there is little to no validation done on these details.

              Yes it is fraudulent and illegal, but so is the data leak/hack.

            • +2 votes

              @ash2000: A digital direct debit is harder since you need to login to your online banking.

              But a direct debit form really just requires name, bsb, account number and a signature. Banks are required to check signatures but do they thoroughly? If you know your target, I imagine it's not hard to forge his/her signature.

              • -2 votes

                @rookie317: They do check all signatures without exception. Failing to do so would make the bank liable for any losses.

                At the end of the day, you can only transfer money into another Australian account (so the fraud could easily be tracked) very different story with credit card details!

                • +2 votes

                  @ash2000: No they don't. It would be cheaper just to pay the losses then paying a whole team millions in salary to manually verify every direct debit form. If you need evidence of how poor Australia's banks are at doing their due diligence checks, refer to the Banking Royal Commission findings.

                  How about a bank account setup with a phoenix company that never existed, going to be able to track that?

                  What if they register the company in your name using your details.

                  The possibilities are endless. You are not reassuring anyone.

                • +4 votes

                  @ash2000: Quite a number of years ago I signed up with TPG and joined one of their internet plans. I chose direct debit as my monthly payment method. TPG required me to sign a DD authorisation form and then fax it back. I didn’t have a fax machine nor a scanner at home so I asked my sis who was at work to help me fill in the form. I asked her just to scribble something randomly that resemble my initials in the signature field and fax the form off to TPG. Unsurprisingly the DD got approved by the bank so nope, not all banks check all signatures without exception.

              • +3 votes

                @rookie317: The banks don't even get the form anymore to check it. The onus is probably now on the company who is initiating the debit to ensure they have the appropriate authority.

                • +1 vote

                  @Agarwal: This is 100% correct.

                  If anyone believes otherwise then they are living in the past

                • +1 vote

                  @Agarwal: Now that you've mentioned, you're probably right. It's the billing entity that keeps the form, not the bank so that's even more concerning.

              • +1 vote

                @rookie317: No signature required. They don't have a reference of the account holder to cross check anyway

            • +1 vote

              @ash2000: I suggest you guys google BECS. You absolutely CAN authorise a direct debit using bank account details. You might not have access to every product that having a debit or credit card allows but you can on lots of things. For example gyms do this regularly via a third party.

          • -1 vote

            @field1985:

            Andy Johnson BSB: 083277 ACC name: 180071809

            Give this guy some money. Thanks, bye.

        • +3 votes

          Then please leave your BSB & Account number here… LOL

          • +1 vote

            @TilacVIP: These people are so confident they're safe but none is willing to post their details… very odd?

            • -1 vote

              @field1985: Go on, you got your details, Mr Hacker.

        • +1 vote

          People can sign up to things like gyms using your bank details. Could also withdraw in person at the bank after learning your signature.

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        Oh where peeps exaggerate such as that?

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      What recent incident?

      Edit: Nvm, did some googling and checked my inbox, and found it now.

    • +8 votes

      It's from the generosity of all the users who closed their accounts with remaining balances.

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        The tracking speed remains slow thou hahaha

  • +17 votes

    I m here for the comments 😃

  • +6 votes

    Grabs popcorn

  • +3 votes

    Popcorn time. Subscribed!

  • +1 vote

    Goes to Woolworths to grab all the microwave popcorn

  • +1 vote

    Popcorn!

  • +31 votes

    Choke on your popcorn. Where's the Sony boycott? Or any other company massively bigger than bloody shopback that's been data breached?

    Spare me.

    • +6 votes

      To be fair, Sony got raked over the coals for years - I still it brought up as a case studio and in passing.

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      What's up with Sony boycott? I'm out of date.

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      @ Skinner So your reasoning is that one company's failure excuses another? Spare me. People can decide for themselves what they'll support and how they'll react. The real question is why are governments and big financial institutions content to allow online thieves to thrive.

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      I am surpised no one brought up ANU yet? Let continue believing the other websites we signed up are safe…

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    So spend $2 and get 100% back or spend $20 but only get not 100% back

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      $5 is still more than $2

  • +4 votes

    So.. No maximum? Also how does this work for 'Make Offer' type purchases?

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      I'm interested in knowing this too. Can Store Rep confirm this? Thanks

      I asked the same question over at the CR post but no response as well.

    • +2 votes

      Click through SB > Make Offer > Purchase within the same session. Note if the best offer has already been accepted, then it won't work.

      Also avoid clicking through other links etc after making the offer. The seller would also need to accept your offer before the end of today so that you're able to pay by 11.59pm AEST.

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        How does this work if the offer is accepted many hours later and you have most likely browsed elsewhere or closed the browser?

        Will it go like: SB -> Make Offer -> (a few hours pause) -> SB -> Purchase

        • +1 vote

          Tracking might be lost in the process. Recommend you have a separate browser just for this.

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            @gotyourback: Hope I done it right?

            Click through SB app > Make Offer > seller accepted > I clicked on shopping cart and checked out.

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            @gotyourback: I am also interested in the ebay make offer. The store rep recommends a separate browser just for this. Does it mean click through SB, make offer, wait a few hours without going another website, when the seller accepted the offer, click accept and then buy. The tracking will not lost even after a few hours. Please confirm.

  • +1 vote

    10% cashback on your highest transaction amount with no maximum cashback limit?

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    What are the categories that including in the Cashback?
    Any items from any categories except the one in exclusion list?
    (for example gift cards, charity and non-profit items, eBay Plus membership, Cars, Bikes, Boats, Coins, Real Estate, Services, Tickets, Travel)

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      Car parts? Also can I use my ebay plus monthly $5 code.

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    Nice but doesn’t stack with coupons? Does this work with eBay auctions and or used items?
    Anyone have any clue what’s reasonably priced on eBay?

  • +9 votes

    Ordered popcorn worth $20 from eBay.

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      Don't you mean, you paid $20 for popcorn on Ebay, 'cause Jayboi panic bought all the Woollies popcorn…

  •  

    Just like eBays 10% off everything sale. Just only 1 purchase limit.

    Shame everything I want is out of stock… Supply issues coming up guys. Ports are striking left right and centre and shipping companies reluctant to ship to AU without large markups to mitigate risk of being held by greedy and selfish port staff

    • +2 votes

      Correct me if I am wrong
      I think the 10% cashback support multiple transactions on the same day
      The bonus is the one that only get once (either $2 or $5) depending on highest amount of transactions

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        My mistake. Bonus once only. Cashback all eligible purchases

      • +2 votes

        Correct! You’ll get the10% Cashback on all/unlimited transactions. The bonus will be one be customer.

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          I have ebay vouchers, Can I use them with this offer?
          Ta

          • +1 vote

            @neonixcoder: Nothing I read says no vouchers and gift cards using to purchase. Just no purchasing of gift cards.

            No coupons for discounts, vouchers for payments looks okay

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            @neonixcoder: DON'Ts
            Any Purchases with the use of Voucher / Coupon / Promo code will result in cashback tracking at $0.00 (unless otherwise stated)

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          Just wondering, will my order still qualify for cashback if I apply my $50 voucher for joining eBay Plus to it?

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP

  • +10 votes

    Yes!
    Compromise all my personal info with an "oops too bad we don't have a secure system yet but pls invest in us for potential secure system with no leaks"
    Oh free $2 out of nothing ?!? YAY!!!!
    This makes me totally forget about the personal info compromise, go shopback..

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      They should just shopback themselves.

  • +7 votes

    Wish I got $2 for every robocall I got after my phone number got leaked by them.

    Reason I know it's from the Shopback leak is because it's the same call other victims received.

    • +5 votes

      What call is this? I'm getting daily text messages from random normal.aussie mobile numbers. Always something financial account related, always silly fake urls. Block one, and another random number does the same thing the next day.
      Also got a robo call from homeland affairs or some shut a few times.

      This is on top of the well known chinese jibberish calls so many like myself get occasionally..

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      I wash wondering what was up with the robocalls!!

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      So you're saying that the IRS isn't actually after??

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        Turn out the calls might be a scam :)

  • +10 votes

    Hardly go on eBay since I got Amazon Prime, forgot I still have something on my watch list to buy. Thanks OP

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      get a AU$ 2 screen protector for you phone :-)

    • +1 vote

      Ensure that you Do NOT add products to the eBay wishlist and purchase/bid over 24 hours later, cashback may not be awarded

      Not sure exactly what this is saying, but it's something to watch out for.

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        Shit I always miss a clause somewhere. Good that this time I bought something else, cuz that item on my wishlist was $19.99. it is so counter intuitive to buy the same thing for $2 extra and gamble on that extra $1 return…

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    so how does that 10% cash back work? is that on top of the bonus $2/$5? and is there any cap on the 10%?

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    So what can I buy for $2 including delivery these days? Hmmmmm………….

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    so the samsung ur55 4k monitor will go down to $354…shocking price

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    does that mean, we cant use those 20% codes ??? or can we ??, i dont understand