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Do you buy online? Do you make money back from those purchases?

Updated on September 26, 2015

Shop Online at your favorite store and get as much as 12 percent back!

Spending money can feel like an ongoing ritual.

You’re either one of the people who enjoys every step of the way as cash flies out of your wallet and is merrily exchanged for something you either need or something you just plain desire. Or, you’re the one that is concerned with balancing what you bring in and what you send out.

So, whether you are overly frugal or you are an online spender, you should really consider getting paid back for what you spend. In reality, it’s like having money coming back to you on a regular basis. In fact, some stores pay as much as twelve percent back.


Balancing Your Finances

Americans spend billions of dollars online each year.

Ten percent of a billion dollars is a hundred million. That would be quite a chunk of change if you got that back on your online purchases.

Fat Wallet Pays You Back on all the purchases you make.

If you Buy Online, you can get extra cash back from almost any purchase you make. It’s like having free money that you can spend all year long. Fat Wallet Pays You Back.

If you already purchase stuff online and you’re not getting paid back for it, then you should start making money on the money you spend. It’s easy and it’s free to sign up. Sign up at FatWallet. It's Free. You can really get cash for what you spend at your favorite online stores like Ebay, Walmart, Home Depot or hundreds more.

Spending money online.

Important Tips To Get Money Back On Everyday Purchases.

Here's an important tip for getting money back on items that you don't normally purchase online. If you plan to go to Home Depot or Walmart to buy something, then before you leave, go to the website and shop. You can purchase the same items online for many stores and pay for it before you get to the store. By purchasing the items online, you will get credit for it through your Fat Wallet account.

Do You Shop Online?

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Here how it works.

  1. Log into your Fat Wallet Account. It’s Free & Easy to Sign Up!
  1. Buy at your online store.
  2. Get Paid at Fat Wallet!

Use Fat Wallet And Get Paid Back!

You log onto the Fat Wallet website and then choose the store you are going to make a purchase and go there. Once you make the purchase, you will start to accrue cash at your Fat Wallet website. You can check to see how much you earn whenever you want. How much you actually make depends on the amount the store gives back and how much you spend.

Whenever you decide, you can get the cash deposited directly into your Paypal account so that you can spend it later. This cash can quickly add up. I just cashed in on over $20 that I accrued from online purchases.

It’s free to sign up. And when you sign up, I get $10. See my link above to go to Fat Wallet and sign up through that link to make it easier.

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    • NikaWest profile imageAUTHOR

      NikaWest 

      2 years ago from Sunny Florida

      Thanks for the input. I really love getting money back.

    • Reynold Jay profile image

      Reynold Jay 

      2 years ago from Saginaw, Michigan

      Hi Nika--I must look into this. I run a internet business and do many cost savings purchases online all the time. Nice article.

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      Jose Juan Gutierrez 

      3 years ago from Mexico City

      I´m planning to buy a laptop soon at walmart. I may be thinking on signing on to Fat Wallet. I´ll sign up through your link. Thanks for the advise!

    • NikaWest profile imageAUTHOR

      NikaWest 

      3 years ago from Sunny Florida

      Awesome. Love Fat Wallet!

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