Stock and crypto Rebate apps and the fight to save capitalism.
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Stock and crypto Rebate apps and the fight to save capitalism.

By edexter | Dexter's finance musings | 8 Nov 2020


I have been following rebate apps for quite some time in particular the ones that scan credit cards.  Two stock rebate apps have been the most notable bumped and bits of stock.  The one crypto app that stands out is called pei.

I have been using bits of stock for quite some time and they just transferred to a new concept than the one they started out with.  They still scan credit cards but the stores for the most part are obscure on the plus side since Walmart isn't one of them it may atract companies that would not be interested otherwise.

I currently have around $50+ in the app and since I will only do a couple of mailorders a year with this arrangement thier stated goal of making vti the core of the account is probably not going to happen.  I did do my first order of $80 at Kohl's so that will add 80 cents.  Most likely mcd and yum brands will stay the dominant positions and the new amounts will be a little bit more than the current dividends.

I currently have around $5 on bits of stock and they are getting ready to do a similar transition.  I have noticed some special offers like $15 or wmt and free Sam's club with what amounts to stolen goods.  It remains to be seen if they will have other offers as good or if they will continue to offer any stock as a result of credit card scanning.  The interface is somewhat odd currently where they have pizza hut and taco Bell listed as separate stocks so maybe cleaning that up will make the app look better.  

The future belongs to those who look for it and I look forward to updating this evolveing concept.


edexter
edexter

Long time invester working at a meat packing plant.


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