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Cashback Benefits Through Shopback

Yesterday was my off day here in Sacramento.  Since I cannot drive over here, I have to depend on my brother-in-law to do the driving and I thought of getting some shopping done at a mall nearby our home.  When I told him to drop me off and picked me up two hours later, he was bewildered.  "What?  You are going to spend more than two hours here in Kohl's?  I cannot even last two and half minutes inside!"  hahahahaa... We had a big laugh over that!  Ladies!

Yes, I love shopping even though it is only "window" or browsing around.  I don't mind walking and looking at all kinds of stuff.  Even when I am not out shopping, I love to log in to Online Shopping as well.  Ever since my ex-colleague gave me an online gift, a small mini cooker, I was "smitten" with the website she got it from.  Lazada indeed has caught my attention and during my colleague's confinement, I got her a gift from this website too.  I don't need to crack my head going to the malls and getting the gift wrapped up and delivered to her house myself.  Lazada did everything for me, I just have to click and make the payment and that was it.  The gift was delivered right to her doorstep without any other hassle!

And for those like me who loves to shop online, here is another good news.  Ever heard of ShopBack MY?  Well, ladies and gentlemen, here is one website that gives back a portion of our cash after spending to buy stuff here in this website.  It has a cash back scheme where cash will be credited right back to our bank accounts, like what I have done with their merchants' websites such as Lazada, Zalora, Groupon among many others.

Briefly, ShopBack is a cashback site where you literally get cash back when you click through to their merchants from their site. On top of existing discounts and voucher codes, shoppers get back a percentage of the money that they spent.  Now, isn't that interesting?  Right after we make payment, the cashback is credited to the ShopBack account, which can later be cashed out into your bank account or PayPal for real cash.  No worries, for what I read from here, ShopBack is a legitimate service and they have established themselves not only in Malaysia and Singapore but are expanding to Philippines and the rest of South East Asia.  ShopBack scouts out the best deals and coupon codes from the merchants and provides cashback on every successful transaction.
The cashback concept is very popular in the US and Britain and now, we have it right here in Malaysia at Shopback.   Since I am out of Malaysia at the moment, I don't think I have any problem using travel discounts and cashback over here in US too.  What I do is to log in to their website and look through their 300 over stores at Shopback no matter where I am as long as I can access to the computer.  :)  I don't miss anything here...

Here are some simple steps, easy and user-friendly, that's what I love about Shopback.

1) Click on any store
2) Get redirected
3) Pay on the Merchant’s site using a few options listed.
4) Get cashback within 1-2 days (the exact amount of time is specified on each merchant page)



Well, I will definitely use Shopback from now on since I am hooked onto online shopping.  No more hassles of getting car park, walking endlessly, getting gifts wrapped up and delivered... but of course, I still go to the malls, no doubt about that!  Online shopping really sounds great to me especially when I need to send something to my friends since I am still away from Malaysia.  Meaning to say, I can have the best of both worlds... doing shopping at the great malls here for myself and sending gifts to my friends via online shopping such as Shopback.my!  Sounds great, eh?  :)



Comments

  1. Good sharing...
    I am a frequent online shopper now as it saves me money & lots of precious time.
    These days I would buy gifts and food vouchers from these website to give friends on their birthdays!
    They are happy and I am happy.

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