Christmas is coming, and British consumers can earn bountiful rewards on their last minute gift shopping thanks to 110 Cashback ( http://www.110cashback.com ), a cash back site launched by Birmingham-based WOW Media UK Ltd and run by young entrepreneur, Matt Lovett. In these credit crunching times, 110 Cashback is unusual in paying out 110% of the commission earned by its users when they shop on its featured retailers websites.
It only takes a minute to register with 110 Cashback and then the user can start shopping with more than 500 listed retailers, including: Additions Direct, Adidas Shop, Auto Trader, ASDA, B&Q, Blacks, Butlins, Carphone Warehouse, CD-Wow, Champneys, Co-op Electrical Shop, Debenhams, Marks & Spencer, Sainsburys, PC World, Vodafone Small Business, and many more.
To earn cash back on their shopping, the user simply logs into 110 Cashback and clicks through to their chosen retailers sites. The online shopping they do is tracked using cookies, so 110% of the transaction value can be earned either as Amazon vouchers or Paypal funds, which can be withdrawn from 110 Cashback thirty days later.
Theres no catch involved with using the system and no annual fee to pay: users simply pay a £2 transaction fee when they withdraw funds. Meanwhile, 110 Cashback helps retailers by providing access to a vast database of shoppers who are spending on products and services in these difficult times.
Matthew Lovett, young entrepreneur and founder of WOW Media UK Ltd, comments: Aimed at anyone who shops online and wants to save money, 110 Cashback offers a great level of 110% commission to the user, unlike rival sites that pay either 50% or 100% – i.e. we give back more than we earn on each transaction. Many rival cash back sites charge an annual £5 administration fee, whereas 110 Cashback only charges £2 when the user withdraws their funds. We make our money through site advertising and the £2 withdrawal fee, so we can offer a market-beating cash back deal. And we are adding new retailers to our roster every day.
Lovett points out that one other website pays up to 110% cash back: however, the user must earn £200 with the site in the previous month to gain this rate. 110 Cashback gives the user 110% all the time, regardless of whatever they earn on their shopping. Thanks to us, consumers can make their money stretch further this Christmas and they can use the funds they earn to enjoy Paypal and Amazon purchases in the New Year, concludes Lovett.
Notes for Editors
110 Cashback is owned by Birmingham based WOW Media UK Ltd, an internet marketing company started in 2007 by teen entrepreneur, Matt Lovett, aged 18. WOW Media employs six people and operates 10+ websites encompassing a range of services including telecoms, marketing and finance, whilst also offering an affiliate advertising network, enabling advertisers to promote to their target customers by specific subject areas, such as shopping, computers and leisure.