ShopBack Malaysia will be offering up to 100% “Cashback” to supplement Malaysians’ online shopping on its first birthday, 22 February 2016.
From everyday essentials to quirky gadgets, popular online retailers such as Agoda, Booking.com, Groupon, HappyFresh, Hermo, Lazada, Qoo10, Photobook Malaysia, Supermodel’s Secrets, Taobao, and Zalora are joining this biggest cashback sale from past midnight (00:01) on 21 February 2016 till midnight (00:00) on 22 February 2016.
Shoppers can expect discounted deals, exclusive promo codes, contest, and cashback from 50% to 100% on special home electronics, mobile gadgets, travel packages, hotel accommodations, beauty and fashion, as well as grocery items on the event day.
Gil Carmo, Country Head of ShopBack Malaysia says: “Cashback is a very popular saving tool for online shoppers in the West. Ever since ShopBack introduced the concept in Southeast Asia, many shoppers have benefitted from it whereby Malaysian shoppers have cashed out more than RM4M in 2015 alone.”
“Our current pool of local shoppers makes up about 1% of Malaysia’s population – that means there are still enormous opportunities for us to reach out to the rest and educate them to utilise ShopBack to earn more savings.” he added.
“More Malaysians are buying online nowadays and similar to the traditional retailers’ loyalty programme, ShopBack Malaysia helps shoppers to save even better because we reward with cash rather than credit. Registration is free and shoppers can get Cashback in just two simple steps – sign up/log into your account, select online retailers and proceed to shop. Shopper will receive an email on the earned amount within one day, and it can then be transferred to local bank account once the status becomes redeemable. It is a totally hassle-free process.” Gil added.
ShopBack entered Malaysia on 22 February 2015. It works together with a comprehensive range of over 500 international and local online retailers to reward shoppers with hard cash after they made a purchase online through the platform.
Headquartered in Singapore with an affiliated office in the United States, Malaysia, The Philippines and India, ShopBack connects both merchants and shoppers with a mutually beneficial reward system, sharing a cut of its commission gathered from the merchant partnership with the shopper.