Bing Click Jacking Opt Out?

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Bing is now redirecting all links to a third party domain and making money off those clicks without our approval? Reminds me of malware from 5+ years ago. If there is no opt out I’ll be cancelling my Bing rewards membership and switching to Duck Duck Go. Just a heads up to those in charge of Bing. You’ll be losing some hardcore fans. I have heard several others who are saying the same thing who were strong Bing advocates.
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Alyxandria (she/her)
Community Manager - Bing Insiders





I think it would make sense to present the rebates as an option that can be enabled or disabled in the Bing preferences. I also suggest that the rebates don't appear until on the Shopping tab of Bing. I regularly search the web and will include sites like or, etc and I don't necessarily need a rebate offer for 95% of the time. It is a nice idea, but a nuisance for normal searches that don't actually involve shopping.


@Senturion33 Thank you for this is insightful feedback. I've passed it along to our Rebates Team. 


Alyxandria (she/her)
Community Manager - Bing Insiders

Can I suggest expanding Bing Insiders to Canada? Since I cant join. :(