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It can take up to 48 hours for your cashback to be tracked and reflected in your ShopBack account. Your Pending Cashback will take between 1 to 120 days to be validated by Nike and the amount claimed varies for different categories or products .
Once you have accumulated a minimum amount of cashback in your account, there are 2 ways to withdraw - Transfer to your Bank account or to your PayPal account. You can only withdraw cashback from your account once you reached a minimum amount of AUD$10 confirmed cashback in your Available Balance. Your withdrawal request will then be processed and the cashback will be deposited into you preferred account within 3 - 5 working days.
History of Nike Nike originally started off as Blue Ribbon Sports (BRS) in the year 1964 by Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman, as a distributor for Onitsuka Tiger (currently ASICS), the Japanese shoe maker. In 1971, BRS launched its own store and there has been no looking back for them since then. They soon went on to acquire 50% of the US market share in athletic shoes. With the popularity of online shopping, Nike launched its first online store in the USA and slowly in other parts of the world.