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Online shopping with ShopBack and Cashback

Online shopping with ShopBack and Cashback

We were having our regular get together recently and among the topics discussed was the subject of online shopping.   Online shopping is continuously becoming more popular and improving day by day with so many platforms to choose from.   Then one of us was asking whether she can find any nice qipao which are reasonably priced, online.   Of course, echoed another friend and she mentioned Qoo10.my and a whole string of other platforms like Taobao, Lazada, Zalora, Aliexpress.   On top of that these platforms are having a ShopBack and Cashback campaign, meaning that when you shop online at any of these platforms, you’ll get back a certain amount in cash.  In other words 'Shopback gives cashback on your online shopping'!












As the year end festive season is just round the corner, now is the best time to hunt for great deals and Enjoy Groupon promo codes or  get the best Lazada discount codes   for big fantastic bargains.  Not forgetting to get your gifts ready with our Christmas sale.

How  to use ShopBack?  Just click on the store that you want, pick your purchase and once payment is made you will get cash back into your ShopBack account within 48 hours.  The wonderful thing is that you can cash out from ShopBack once you have accumulated Rm10 in your account.

To have a better grasp of Shopback and Cashback do spend a few minutes to watch their introductory/tutorial video  at  https://youtu.be/J6OuRVAxPVg

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