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Private cashback deal for high volume users

Cashbackcloud is all about making you as much money as possible. We take this very seriously, therefore we are willing to make exceptions regarding your cashback rate. We know there are traders and players who trade and play in really high volumes, making thousands of dollars of commissions in a month. These members usually don’t have time to promote Cashbackcloud to their friends or get the advantages of our other promotions. So, to be more competitive for these members we offer a private cashback deal.

Negotiating a private cashback deal

Private cashback deals are available for all users who trade or play in high volumes and making at least $5,000 cashback per month. After negotiating a private deal, we set your cashback rate at a fixed percent we both agree on.

Private cashback deal on Cashbackcloud
(The picture only serves as a guideline, 87% is an example.)


By fixating your cashback rate at a certain percent, we prevent the future changes of your cashback rate. For example, if there is a month when you’re not really active, and you don’t trade or play much, your cashback rate would still be unchanged at the end of the month. No matter how many Cashbackcloud points you collect. You don’t have a level and you cannot lose any from your fixed rate. Although, you don’t have a level any more (you’re not Master level any more, sorry. :)) you get all the advantages as a diamond member.

Of course with a lot of upside, there’s always a downside. You cannot increase your cashback rate either. Promotions won’t apply to you, therefore you won’t be able make more than your fixed rate. You can invite your friends but you won’t receive +3% for that.

Your referral earnings

Although you have a completely new private cashback deal, your referral earnings will remain the same. You are going to get the same amount of referral bonus as earlier. The only change is that you won’t receive any more cashback rate for active referrals.

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