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It has been some time since I posted on this blog. But with most things everything goes in cycles and though I should keep it going maybe not reef related but a great opportunity to save money and get cash back in a great fun way.  TopCashback  allows you to shop as normal but currently at time of publishing this post eBay are giving 4% cashback. All you need to to is click the TopCashback link  join and before making a purchase click through the cash back link on TopCashback and the money accumulates in your account. You then withdraw and spend it on whatever you like. There are hundreds of different shops and stores. It really doesn’t take long to accumulate. Some very well known businesses/brands give really good rates. You really could be buying those new lights, aquarium, pumps before you realised. And it’s probably most likely things you will be buying anyway. 

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