Is Bupa Give Back a Scam? Cashback Reward Program

Is Bupa Give Back a Scam? Cashback Reward Program

The Bupa Give Back is not a scam, but since Bupa members will start receiving $315 million cashback from November 28, scammers may want to take advantage of it. Therefore, Bupa members are advised to go directly to the legitimate Bupa link below for information about the Cashback Reward Program, instead of clicking the links in suspicious emails or text messages.

Click the following link for information about the Bupa Give Back:

Also, Bupa wants to remind their members to make sure they have the correct bank details with Bupa and encourage them to check by going to their website and logging in using their details. If they need to update their bank details, they can do so once they are logged in. Eligible policyholders will receive between $35 and $314 and the money should land in bank accounts through to the end of the year as part of our Christmas cashback.

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