Most people assume that you will have to stop being a ‘shopaholic’ when you get married and have kids because of the limited budget (unless you’re super rich). Having a family means you need to save more, and spend life less. I can agree some of it because you actually need to save more, but it doesn’t mean you have to spend life less. With the advancement of Internet, shopping online is now flooding the mailbox (or LINE, WeChat, KakaoTalk) with deals, coupons, and promotions which you can use when you purchase through online shops. As a wife and mother, I always look for better deals so that the allocated monthly budget won’t be spent for unnecessary things. Frankly speaking, I can still buy things for myself after paying all the bills, loans, and groceries. Plus, I earn portion of cash back from the shopping I made! Isn’t that wonderful? Trust me. This is not a joke. There’s always a trick whenever you do your online shopping, anyway.
Unlike other existing shopping systems that you have experienced before, most of the systems offer you to collect in terms of redeemable points. You need to collect the points until you can redeem the things they have listed on the catalogue. The problem is, what if the things you wanted to redeem is no longer available, or what if you don’t like any one of them? Sometimes, it takes aeons to collect the points just to redeem a waffle maker which you can actually buy at cheaper price, and earn your cash back after buying the waffle maker.
I always find the monthly budget gives me a headache but after my friends introduced me with ShopBack, I’m now save more as ShopBack has always my best companion whenever I do my online shopping. Aha! This is what I’m going to share with you – My experience with ShopBack. This post is not about how to use ShopBack because I believe you can find the tutorial on their site, anyway. Whether you’re married, or not, you can always save and earn your cash with ShopBack because you do not collect points BUT you collect real cash! You actually save more whenever you shop online at ShopBack. This is the trick to pay less, and save more! Watch the video below to get more insight about ShopBack.
ShopBack is currently the most popular cashback and online shopping site in Malaysia which you will find the hottest promotions and discounts to meet your budgets. It allows online shoppers to take a portion of their cash back when they buy products through the service. You can find like stores like Groupon, Ensogo, FoodPanda and Lazada, plus hundreds (and the list is still growing) of other online stores listed on the directory. All you have to do is click on any of your preferred online stores, buy at the best bargains, and earn cash! It’s so much fun!
What’s more? You can also earn cash back when you travel. Yes! With ShopBack, you’ll get the best flight, hotel bookings, and travel deals! If you enjoy foods so much, you can actually get up to 7% cashback from Groupon or up to 11% from Engoso Malaysia with ShopBack! Remember to read the Terms and Conditions beforehand because each online stores have their own Terms to be adhered, for instance, ‘CashBack is not applicable to purchases of gift cards, taxes and delivery charges, as well as orders made through the mobile app’. Furthermore, each stores have offer different cashback rates. Be sure to register yourself as member so you can always get the best deals on lifestyle products and more with ShopBack!
So, here’s what I did just now. My supplement is running out, and I’m too busy to head to the Pharmacy right now as I need to furnish all the accounts by the end of this week. I went to Ensogo to buy my supplement because I received a notification that Ensogo is offering a great offer on their supplements. It only took me half an hour to click Ensogo on ShopBack, browse (because there are tons of supplements to choose from), click for the product details, put into the cart, check out, and then pay. No need to deal with traffic jams, and haze. Apart from that, I can also collect my BCard points after purchasing from Ensogo. This is so much fun! My cash back will be credited to my ShopBack account within 2 days. 10% cash back is a lot! I really enjoy getting my cashback on top of promo codes, only on Ensogo!
Is this a scam website? No. ShopBack is a registered business in USA, and Singapore. The company is specialized in helping the customers to save more when they shop on online stores in USA, Europe, and Asia. In fact, most of the ShopBack members have actually had their cash transferred to their preferred bank accounts. The best thing about this ShopBack is, you can choose to have the money to be transferred to your Paypal, or to your local bank accounts. Your cash back will be deposited in your preferred account within 7-14 working days. You can request for payment or cash out at any time with redeemable cashback of just S$10.01 (Singapore), RM10.01 (Malaysia), PHP300.01 (Philippines) or US$10.01 (USA). No more waiting for years!
As a member of ShopBack, you will be the first to know their latest updates. In fact, I just received their updates that ShopBack is having a few campaigns coming up such as Free Shipping, and Singles Day 11/11. So, my Sabahan and Sarawakian friends, don’t miss out this opportunity because you sure don’t want to miss out that ‘Free Shipping’ deals. What are you waiting for? Sign up now. ShopBack is also available in Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, and rest of the world. Just click the link below to get yourself registered with ShopBack.
About ShopBack Malaysia
ShopBack is a cashback site where you literally get cash back when you click through and shop from our merchants through our site. On top of existing discounts and voucher codes, get back a percentage of the money you spent! After making payment, the cashback is credited to your ShopBack account, which can later be cashed out into your bank account or PayPal for real cash. Rest assured that we’re a legitimate service and we’ve established ourselves not only in Malaysia and Singapore but has just expanded to Philippines and is planning to expand to the rest of South East Asia.