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<<I have not done it, and don't know if I will. Read the fine print. I can say that I've done a $100 deal through Gomez for Qwest and $75 deal through Gomez for Datek, and received the rebates. I did have to "correct" their records on the Datek deal, but it worked out. Also, I'm kind of a rebate junkie. Fortunately, I was coming off my rebate high when Cyberrebates was rocking.>>


I, too, am something of a rebate junkie. Right now I'm into online brokers--I opened a Fidelity account a couple of years ago for $100 rebate, and I'm now considering TD Waterhouse and maybe Merrill Lynch as well--their trading fees are high, but mutual funds are free. Trouble is I'm really bad at ever closing accounts, so I end up getting a million statements every month, some for accounts that no longer have any significant funds in them. I get statements like, current balance: $1.98 or $42.50. I still think it's worth it, but the record keeping is a bit ridiculous.

Greta
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