Get paid to shop at these and hundreds more retailers – online and offline.
This is not a typical reward program that limits how much you can make or where you can shop. This program pays you cash back but not only on your own shopping.
You get paid to shop for yourself but also for those you refer and those those people refer.
Over and over.
So while getting a small cash back reward on your shopping might not amount to much, what if you tell your friends and they tell their friends and so on, you could be getting paid on the shopping of hundreds or even thousands of people, and that can add up.
Instead of trying to sell somebody something, this program is free so even those of us who suck at selling can do it!
Recently one member actually bought a new Mercedes from a merchant member – now that adds up your cash back quickly. But, on top of that, the person who signed up that person also got paid and so did the person who signed them up.
What if you have a business?
Just a few weeks ago, one member I signed up plans to buy all his gas for his business through this program. Contractors and home improvement professionals spend thousands every week on supplies. Both Home Depot and Lowe’s are members so why not get an extra discount on top of their contractor discount?
There are also programs specifically for businesses. To find out about them, sign up here for a free account first.
One friend of mine owns a restaurant. Here’s what he will be doing . . .
His restaurant will become a merchant member under his personal account. Then, he will have the wait staff tell every customer they can save X% off their bill if they sign up for the free membership. He will end up with hundreds or thousands of direct sign ups after a few months and he’ll be getting paid on all the shopping all those people do – groceries, gas, clothes, travel and even when they eat at a competitor!
And, when all those people tell others, he’ll get paid on their shopping too.
So, why not get paid to shop? You are going to buy gas, groceries, travel and other products and services anyway, why not turn those expenses into revenue generating assets?