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100% Cashback on Private Internet Access @ Cashrewards

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100% cashback is from 08:30pm AEDT 27/01/21 until 11:59pm AEDT 28/01/21, unless expired or withdrawn earlier.

Cashback is eligible for new Private Internet Access customers only.

Cashback may be ineligible if a coupon code is used that is not listed on this site.

Cashback is calculated and paid on the advertised cost of the plan only. It will not include any GST, taxes, credit card or PayPal surcharges.

The AUD amount that tracks to your Cashrewards account may differ to the paid amount due to international exchange rates. Your initial payment is converted to USD, then converted back to AUD when reported to us. The advertised cashback rate is based on the reported amount, not the paid amount. Cashrewards has no control over this process.

Peace of mind with risk free 30 day money back guarantee - offered by Private Internet Access (not Cashrewards). See Private Internet Access website for T&Cs. Cashback is forfeited in this situation.

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$10 for referee and $10 for referrer, after referee makes $20 purchase within 90 days.

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  • Shopback has 91% cashback on NordVPN as an alternative.

    • This is the same I believe, though shopback doesn't believe in false advertising (as determined by consumer law and precedent; not my opinion)

      Cashback is calculated and paid on the advertised cost of the plan only. It will not include any GST, taxes, credit card or PayPal surcharges.

      They both false advertise it seems. Shopback has same disclaimer.

      I understand they're not directly the seller, but when their claims about the product (or a cashback relating to said product) influence my decision to purchase and they're an involved party in the sale I'm pretty sure consumer law WOULD apply….

    • Trying to switch away from Nord… they recently changed their Android login system to open in your browser, and it only works if you have Firefox or NO default browser (it'll fall back on an internal one). Otherwise it won't log in at all. And you also get automatically logged out every few days.

      So if you use chrome, or any of the chrome-based variants (like opera), Nord's forcing you to pick between them and your browser.

  • Cashback is calculated and paid on the advertised cost of the plan only. It will not include any GST, taxes, credit card or PayPal surcharges.

    The amount that tracks to your Cashrewards account may differ to the paid amount due to international exchange rates. Your initial payment is converted to USD, then converted back to AUD when reported to us. The advertised cashback rate is based on the reported amount, not the paid amount. Cashrewards has no control over this process.

    @ACCC…. Surely that's not legal? lol "oh it'll be on the advertised cost… Except, when it won't - it'll be on whatever amount they tell us"

    • Well you shouldn't expect the GST refunded because the seller is still liable to the government for that. That would be the difference between cashback and discount.

      • Not sure if you replied to wrong comment, this comment literally didn't mention GST, rather the fact they state that they go both by the "advertised price" and "the price (seller) tells us". That's conflicting final determination prices….

        Regarding GST…
        tl;dr: it's illegal, as such I DO expect them to advertise cashback rates against the GST inclusive amount (ie this is 90%)

        Non-tl;dr:
        In the case of GST, section 18 of the Australian consumer law prohibits misleading conduct in trade or commerce. The clause does not strictly require the offender to be a seller to be applicable. It's very often applied to third parties in sale contracts. Precedent says GST exclusive pricing is misleading to consumers. Combine these two facts and you:
        A. Have consumer law applying to cash back sites.
        B. Have the precedent that not specifically advertising GST inclusive pricing is misleading. In such matters there's notes to big-text, little-text. Notably it's usually big GST-free price, small disclaimer, or small GST inclusive price. In this case it's big cashback amount, small disclaimer. Misleading.

        • Mmmm you are my kind of person.

          I agree with Username456, the price displayed by Private Internet Access will be inclusive of GST (if they even collect it at all). Which makes excluding the GST misleading.

          Which begs the tax question:

          Are cash rewards getting affiliate commission without get?
          Is private internet access even collecting GST?

          If cash rewards is withholding money due to GST (they shouldn't be) are they giving that money to the ATO as GST?

          I'm taking a stab and saying perhaps private internet access (or their affiliate system) withholds GST before paying cashwards. But that is a wild guess.

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  • How much will it cost when the tracking inevitably fails?