Definitions for "Cashback"
Keywords:  incentive, completion, spend, lump, sum
This scheme is often used as an incentive for customers to buy or use a product. The borrower is given money back – usually a percentage of the amount borrowed, or a fixed amount.
a set lump sum or a percentage of your loan offered as cash on completion as part of your mortgage deal. Often the deal is then subject to early redemption penalties.
A loan where the borrower is given back a sum of money (usually a percentage of the loan). This is offered by some lenders as an incentive to borrow from them. These loans are typically at a higher rate than other mortgages.
Cashback is a 2004 short film and a 2006 feature film directed by Sean Ellis, produced by Lene Bausager and starring Sean Biggerstaff, Michelle Ryan and Emilia Fox.
Keywords:  moffat, barnaby, joy, nominated, reader
an expression of joy usually associated with hearing good news (Nominated by reader Barnaby Moffat, UK)
A service offered by most supermarkets and some pubs. It allows you to withdraw cash from your current account when you shop using your debit card. The total amount - the cost of your shopping or drinks plus the cash - is deducted from your current account.
A site that pay you for shopping with their affiliated merchants. The merchants pay the Cashback site when a member of the Cashback site shops with them. A portion of this money is then given to the member of the Cashback site.
Keywords:  ifa, repayment, able, find, additional
IFA Repayment
If you have made additional repayments on your loan, you may be able to access these through our Cashback service. Find out more about how to apply for a loan Cashback.
A rebate awarded by a casino to members of its slot club for reaching certain (predetermined) thresholds of play.