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ffrees -help please

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RebeccaMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 26-Feb-13 11:05:33

Hi there, the folks at Ffrees Family Finance have seen this thread and have asked up to post up the following statement on their behalf:

"Thank you for your question about our service, twilight13. We can assure you that Ffrees Family Finance is not a scam.

"We have over 300 retailers associated to our service, offering an average of 6% back on all purchases. Ffrees Family Finance is free to join for anyone in the UK over the age of 18.

"As well as offering everyday savings, we have comprehensive affiliations with several financial services, such as car insurance, housing insurance, mortgages life insurance and ISAs. We are the only company of this nature in the UK to offer such a wide range of retailers, across many different products, and we are actively adding retailers and companies to our affiliated list. We are always happy to answer individual queries at info@ffrees.co.uk.

"All Mumsnetters have access to an exclusive Ffrees Family Finance offer, giving you 5ff when you sign up. To take up the offer, you need to go here:

www.ffrees.co.uk/save-as-you-spend "

twilight3 Sat 16-Feb-13 21:50:02

Has anybody here used this? Is it a scam? Does it work? http://www.ffrees.co.uk/about-ffrees/how-it-works

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