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I am a Personal Shopper through Sears/Kmart and it’s such an easy way for me to earn money for products I purchase. Since I am a huge fan of being a Personal Shopper, I wanted to reach out to you and let you know that you can become a Concierge Personal Shopper and make money on products you purchase and recommend. It’s super easy to do!
Once you sign up at ShopYourWay.com using this form you will have a dashboard area where you will see catalogs you can make of products you want to purchase, have purchased or think others would enjoy in the family. Using your referral link, which can be found under your clients tab, you will hot only be able to earn revenue by referring people over but also earn revenue by simply creating “catalogs” online of your favorite products. It’s free to sign up. It’s something that allows you to make extra cash just by shopping as you normally would.
Those of you who know me, know that I am all about making extra cash with any program that is free and requires little attention. The Personal Shopper program is one simply, easy-to-use program that earns you some extra cash for your household. I think that you should at least give it a try and if you ask “why?” I can only respond with “why not?!”.
How Does this Program Work?
Ready to try it?
So what do you think? Do you want to give this a try? It’s easy, leave a comment below which will give permission for me to share your email address with my direct Personal Shopper contact so that they can reach out to you with a personal invitation to the program. Not sure yet? Check out ShopYourWay.com to see what this is all about before committing! You really can’t go wrong with this program. I hope to see you added to the team of personal shoppers soon. If you are interested, you can click here to fill out this form showing that you wish to sign up and someone will be in touch.
“This is a sponsored post. I am a Sears blogger, though all opinions are my own.”