The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on WND Econony
CashBack Shopping Malls get the CashBack they pay members from commissions received from the Internet merchants that pay for sending people to their stores. These commissions are an actual percentage of the transaction’s purchase price.
Each person that opens a free mall account and then shops with any merchant in the mall receives CashBack on his or her purchase based on what is receive from that merchant. The amount of CashBack from a merchant can range from just under 1 percent to as much as 25 percent depending on what the store pays.
The goal is to give shoppers an extra reward for using the mall to help them achieve an even higher and better use of their money. This extra CashBack is money theypost was originally published on this site