FatWallet

April 3, 2006 · 0 comments

FatWallet FatCash ReviewUpdated 10/07
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Date Launched: Cashback portal in/around 2002, website itself in 1999
Reward Per Dollar Spent: Varies
Minimum to Cash Out: None for PayPal, $10 for check
Cash Out For: PayPal or rebate check
Earn For: Shopping, signups
Limit One Account Per: US or Canadian resident 18 years or older with valid email address
Notes:
1. Cash back will be “reported” within 30 days of FatWallet receiving the merchant’s confirmation of your purchase. Funds will then be held as “pending” for 91 to 121 days afterward. Next, they’ll be listed as “available” and you can cash out for PayPal or for a check (when $10+ is available). Funds will be distributed within 30 days of request.
2. FatWallet’s deal forums are unrivaled. Even if you decide to not use FatWallet’s FatCash program, the FatWallet forum is a must-bookmark.
Related Articles: FatWallet Settles Into New Office, 2007 Shopping Rebates Comparison Chart, Earn Rewards for Ebay
Interesting Media Articles: This article in the Rockford Register Star, dated Feb. 10, talks about how FatWallet works, and it has some interesting information about their corporate culture. Here, you can read Fast Company’s report on FatWallet, named to its 2006 Readers’ Choice Fast 50 list of “leaders, innovators, and industry pioneers.”
Like FatWallet? Similar websites include: Extrabux, MrRebates, Jellyfish, and Ebates.
updated 10/07

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