A few days ago the news of the suspension of the state cashback, which should have restarted yesterday 1 July 2021 with the second half of the year. However, many are wondering if this is so suspension also coincides with the non-crediting of accumulated reimbursements.
The answer is no. As established in Legislative Decree 99 of 30 June 2021, which entered into force on the same date, the suspension of the second half of the cashback it does not in any way imply the loss of the amount to which one is entitled, accumulated between 1 January and 30 June 2021.
This means that at the end of the recalculations in progress, Consap will proceed with the accreditation according to the repayment times of the cashback established directly by the implementing decree signed by the previous Government.
We remind you that cashback should be active again in 2022, but no official indications have yet arrived in this regard and in fact there is already talk of a possible remodeling to make it fairer and to circumvent the crafty ones which in recent times have risen to the headlines for having also carried out hundreds of micro transactions at close range to climb the Super Cashback ranking. It cannot be excluded that the Government decides to definitively cancel this last measure, but we will have to wait a few more months for the confirmation of the case.