Cashback Portals

Do you shop online? If you do then you need to learn about shopping portals. Shopping portals pay you a percentage of whatever you purchase online, no strings attached. Why do they do this? You know all of those advertisements you see on various websites. Those advertisements are there because the website owner gets a percentage commission for every person that clicks on those ads and eventually buys something from the advertised site. Cashback portals pass most of that commission back to the purchaser, instead of keeping the money for themselves. Cashback rates vary by retailer. Bigger retailers like eBay might have 1% cashback where others like 1-800 Flowers sometimes offer as much as 30% cashback.

Every time I get ready to purchase something online I go to cash back monitor and search for the online retailer to see which cash back portal is paying out the highest cashback. Then I click through to the online retailer through the cashback portal and receive a percentage back from my purchase.
Most cashback portals pay out through PayPal. All you have to do is provide your PayPal email address when you sign up. You generally have to wait several weeks to several months before the cashback is available for withdrawal.

Below I’ve included links to most of the popular cashback portals. It takes less than 60 seconds to sign up. I have accounts with all of these portals. There is absolutely no cost to sign up or any cost associated with having an account. You will not be asked for credit card information. As a note, some of these cash back portals give me a referral when you sign up. Some of the portals also give you a bonus for signing up as well.

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