Many People In The UK, And Other Countries, Will Benefit From A Cashback Business Called Lyoness
Headlines like this simply confirm what we all know…we have less money to spend!
‘Families in the UK saw disposable incomes plummet compared to other major economies after the recession’
You can read the Daily Mail article here.
And this one…
‘Millions left worse off as wages increase by just 0.4% while the cost of living soars’
You can read the Daily Mail article here.
And there was a really scary article in the Daily Mail today with these comments…
‘Almost half of those questioned by Halifax said another £99 a month of outgoings would prove disastrous.’
‘Some 46 per cent of households said they would struggle to cope if bills and costs increased by £99 a month, research revealed.’
‘Meanwhile 13 per cent said their finances would buckle if they had to fork out an extra £24 or less every month.’
That article is here.
If any of those comments apply to you, especially the last three, then we need to talk because the following information will help you.
With food prices continually rising, utility bills increasing and wages remaining stagnant or, if a company is struggling, the employees are being forced to agree to a wage cut.
All those factors inevitably lead to less disposable income in the home. So, doesn’t it make sense to start looking for ways to save some money with your shopping?
One way is cashback…
And wouldn’t it be good if you could recommend that business to people and start benefiting financially?
And what if it cost nothing to join and had no monthly fees?
I know many people wish they could start a home business but are always put off because of the joining fees and extra costs involved with new products purchases.
When you have no spare money it’s impossible to start a business because you need what little you have just to live!
To start a business is a luxury!
Those problems don’t exist with this business.
So what is it and how does it work?
Primarily the business model is buying vouchers/gift cards at a discount from major high street retailers and passing most of that discount to the members as cashback.
There are local stores and online stores where the arrangement is slightly different but you still get cashback.
A member simply funds their Lyoness account and orders vouchers/giftcards from the company.
This triggers the cashback in their company website back office. The percentage depends on which retailer is supplying the vouchers/cards which are sent to the member, by recorded delivery.
The member can now go shopping with them.
For example, in the UK, with Morrisons supermarket, the vouchers are like cash. If your shopping bill is £58.50 you hand over 6 x £10 vouchers and you get change of £1.50.
The same will apply with any petrol/diesel purchase.
You are now getting cashback on your shopping, effectively saving you money.
At this point you might start thinking about making some money with this.
How do you do that? You simply tell people like you’d recommend a good butcher, for example.
It’s very easy because you’re recommending a free service that helps people.
And the only money you’re spending is for your usual groceries etc.
It’s the best residual income potential I have ever seen because people will never stop shopping.
The company started in Austria in 2003 and these are the relevant websites.
First is the country specific website which members use to login and order their vouchers/cards on do any online purchases.
You see the dropdown menu for your choice of country in the top right.
You can visit the Lyoness site here.
This relates to ISO Certification ISO 9001:2008 which confirms an excellent quality management and uniform process structure in all departments.
Lyoness was also awarded the internationally recognized IQNet certificate as additional confirmation of its quality management.
All of these can be seen here.
Then we have their corporate site which contains loads of useful background information here.
The charity work they are involved with is excellent and that site is here.
They also have a ‘charitable organisation, which is actively involved in sustainably protecting the environment and realising innovative climate protection projects worldwide as well as promoting the use of renewable energies.’
You can read about that organisation here.
This is a totally biased article!…and if you haven’t already guessed I now use this service for my own shopping and certainly do recommend it!
I can help you get cashback on your own shopping!
To contact me you’ll find my details here.