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What Is Lyoness?


Now the world is full of discount clubs and discount websites, especially since the economy took a downturn and online companies like Groupon emerged. In Europe though, there has been a cash back community growing since 2003 that has, up until recently, been a 'dark horse' outside of mainland Europe.


So who and what is Lyoness?

According to the official

Now that sounds a bit like

Lyoness website FAQ

lawyer speak, so here it is in

section:

plain English, from me:

"Lyoness is an international

Lyoness is an global shopping

sector spanning shopping

community, offering cash

community as well as a

back for the shoppers, and a

Loyalty Program for

unique loyalty program for

international retailers."

retailers.


Even simpler:

Lyoness is a shopping community that benefits everybody involved, both shoppers and retailers Lyoness rewards its shoppers in two ways. First of all with cash back, and secondly by rewarding them when they recommend Lyoness to others. The attraction for telling others is that you get a percentage of all the shopping they ever do through Lyoness, and seeing as you can buy anything from Heinz Baked Beans and coke, to petrol (gas if you are reading in the USA), book holidays, or even go to a restaurant, that can add up.


How do you shop with Lyoness:

• Lyoness Cashback Card • Mobile Gift Cards (Mobile Cashback) • Original Gift Cards • Online Shopping


What are the benefits of Lyoness to retailers and merchants?

1) It brings more customers, those already from the Lyoness shopping community 2) It brings customer loyalty by handing out Lyoness memberships 3) It can build a second income


Apart from the shoppers and the retailers there is a third group that benefits from Lyoness as "every purchase helps the Child & Family Foundation" and as of autumn 2012 Lyoness has launched the Greenfinity Foundation to support education and implementation of climate protection projects worldwide So far there have been 24 Child & Family Foundation projects worldwide, one of the current ones is in South Africa with Nelson Mandela.


There is ONE BIG WARNING I would give you about Lyoness though, and that is do not sign up with them via their website. The reason being that if you have any questions the support team always tell you to talk to your sponsor. If you don't have a sponsor, then you may get stuck. Why do Lyoness not have a proper help desk? Basically it is to keep running costs as low as possible, so they can pay out to its members as much as possible. So Lyoness relies on its members fully educating new members as to how to use the system, especially in countries where it is just developing such as the UK and USA.

http://www.lyoness.net/


What Is Lyoness?