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Save Money with Endorse.com
When you work at home, you want to bring in as much money as possible, but you also need to be aware of ways that you can save money on the little things you purchase every day. If you can find a good reliable way to save money while running your errands, you really want to investigate and find out if it’s something that will benefit you.
I started to look into Endorse.com because I was promised it would create a significant decrease in my day to day spending.
How Endorse.com Works
Endorse.com will only work if you have a smartphone and are willing to use the app they provide. The more often you use this app while shopping and running errands, the great your savings will be. When you go to the store to run your errands, you’ll want to check out the app and see if there are any current special offers you would be interested in. If so, make the purchase and take a photo of your entire receipt. The photo has to be submitted to Endorse.com within 6 days of the purchase in order to qualify for the promised savings.
If you’re going to be in town and one of the items on the list is something you need, the savings can add up. Most of the time I’ve been able to get 20% or more off on some items I was going to purchase anyway. It’s in your best interest to use Endorse as much as possible. The more frequently you use the app, the more likely it will be that the offered discounts will be for items you genuinely need.
The program pays through PayPal, and the company is good about depositing the funds quickly. The longest you should have to wait is a single day.
There are ways to upgrade many of the offers, which increases the amount of money you save.
If you have an iPhone, you won’t be able to use Endorse.com, as of right now, it only works on Android operating systems.
The biggest issue I had with this app is it just seems too complicated. There are so many steps involved. I have to decide if I need the item, if the savings is worth switching brands, and then I have to take and send a photo. All of this takes time, and there are other, simpler ways to save money.
Another problem I have with the system is that for some reason, the program seldom has savings on items I need.