Check out the latest article on Toronto Star; Cash back platform puts money in the pockets of Canadians. Very excited to be working with Toronto Star to make this happen.
You can read the article online by clicking here. If the article is no longer available, I have included a PDF version of it below. If you are new to Ampli, remember to use STAR10 to get $10 added to your account.
I often get asked the question about security and privacy. From the above article,
“While offers change from day to day, our partner brands have provided Ampli members cash back deals as high as 25 per cent,” says Sieben. “What’s more, our cash back system is stackable. So, if you shop at Rexall, for example, you can still collect Rexall Be Well points, still collect rewards from your debit or credit card of choice plus earn cash back from Ampli. That’s a huge value when added together.”
Sieben adds that while the platform is highly enticing to many Canadians, there is understandable trepidation around sharing one’s financial information with a secondary source. He emphasizes that while this is an important and valid concern, Ampli will neither receive nor store a user’s financial account information such as their credit card number.
“Protection and privacy are our No. 1 priorities,” he says. “Because we’re backed by RBC, we leverage all the security measures they already have in place.”
You can view a PDF of the article located here.
Some images from the article.