Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is cash back?
According to Wikipedia.org, the commission share that a customer gets is called cash back. "When a customer makes a purchase online, instead of visiting the retailer directly, they may choose to go via a cashback website in order to generate a monetary reward for buying the products or services. The cashback website will receive a commission from the retailer and once the purchase, free trial, or information request is confirmed, that commission will be shared with the customer who made the purchase."
Does cashbackgeeks.com provide cashback?
No, we only provide free cashback comparison services - we do not provide cashback to our users.
How many online retail stores are included in cashbackgeeks.com database?
Currently, there are more than 7,000 online retail stores in our database. We will keep adding more cashback stores when they are available. If you find a retailer provides cashback through a provider and it is not in our database, please let us know by sending an email to us at support @cashbackgeeks.com.
Is there a limit on how much cash back I can get?
Usually, there is no limit on the amount of cash back you can earn. The more you buy the more you get.
How do I use search more efficiently?
Please use the exact store name if you can. For example, if you type "macys" in the search box, only the providers that provide cashback for macys will be shown in the search result. However, if you type "Office" in the search box, you may see all the stores with "Office" in their store names or their store descriptions.