Cash back, auto-magically

Looking for easy money? Dosh is the free cash back app that finds you $$ for shopping, dining out, and booking hotels and travel activities with more than 100,000 merchants and brands nationwide. Start getting paid for doing the things you already do.

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Lee Huff
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  • Lee Huff
    Lee HuffBald Thoughts Media

    Automatic savings


    Not every restaurant/retailer participates

    Once you register your credit cards, the savings automatically happen. You can get 7-10% cash back on dining, cash back on travel when booking on their app, and they’re adding more and more retailers to their program.

    Lee Huff has used this product for one year.
Surprisingly high ratings for both the iOS (4.7) and Android (4.4) apps for an app like this — which leads me to believe it works...! The developer is also responsive to negative user feedback reviews in the App Store, which certainly increases my confidence in this service: Use my referral link for $5 to sign up!
@chrismessina I’m a big fan. They have a surprising amount of local bars and restaurants in New York. Just use your credit card like normal and the cash back appears next day. I’ve earned $34 in first month.
Useful product I like what I see! Nice work Dosh Team.
I have been using this app for a while and it works seamlessly. You get money back very quickly. One thing to note, it seems you can't use the Yelp Cash Back program with Dosh concurrently. I tried both, Dosh was faster. Use my referral link and get $5 after signing up.
@mikaelpittam Using Yelp Cash Back and Dosh concurrently doesn't work probably because they use the same backend provider for automatic rewards. The real company to watch is - this is the company that powers most of the online-to-offline offers you see in the card-linked offers space.
@niyogi Thanks for the info! I suspected Yelp and Dosh had some connection.
I've heard authorizing a third party like this (or drop, a similar service) to your account is technically a violation of your account agreement and after you do so your bank or credit card company can refuse to investigate any fraudulent activity on your account because you are in violation of the T&C. Does anyone have any insight into this?