Want to save money on your online purchases? Paribus will do it

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Christy Gren



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Almost every other person buys something online once in a week or a month. Starting from paper towels to clothes and electronics, everything you need is available online. With all those sites, you never need to set your foot in a store. And before making any purchase, you make sure that you buy at the best price, using various sites for discount coupons and price comparison tools. But do you get any refund if the price drops after you already made the purchase? No, you don’t. Well, Paribus can do it for you.

We all have faced that tear-jerking moment when we bought something yesterday, and today while going through the site, we found the same product at a discounted price. To make you free of those upsetting moments, Paribus is here; it is a startup that can help online shoppers to get back the money when the price of any product that they have already bought drops by even few bucks. With so many e-commerce websites, prices of millions of products change daily. Prices of almost 80 million products change daily on Amazon itself. So this startup found a way in which consumers can save some money by getting refunded by the website in case of a price drop.

Paribus

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With this app, you don’t need to worry about finding the best deal or a discount coupon before buying your favorite products. All you need to do is sign-up for this app, sync your mailbox, and you are ready to save money!

This app, which is the successor of its website version, scans your email inbox, looking for receipts from your online purchases. It can analyze any of the receipts from 18 of the participating retailers, and notify you about price drops, better deals that are found on other online store and even about overlooked coupons. Not only it notifies you about the money-saving opportunity, it also negotiates with the retailer on your behalf.

If the price of the product drops within 14 days of the purchase, the app submits a refund request and will charge 25% of the money recovered. No doubt that 25% is substantial, but getting a refund is like making money, so yeah, you should definitely give it a shot.

Using Paribus is more relevant now than ever, as online stores are adapting to dynamic pricing, using algorithms to change the prices accordingly. And a number of users have saved more than $100 in a month on various items like laptops, TVs, dresses, shirts, and even protein bars.

You can simply stop wasting your time, comparing prices, clipping coupons, and reading the fine print. Sign-up for this amazing app and put your savings on autopilot.

Christy Gren
Christy Gren is an Industry Specialist Reporter at Industry Leaders Magazine she enjoys writing about Unicorns, Silicon Valley, Startups, Business Leaders and Innovators. Her articles provide an insight about the Power Players in the field of Technology, Auto, Manufacturing, and F&B.

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