We are excited to announce that our Myfsapay Program Pilot will be coming to the USA! This is an exciting opportunity to participate in the industry-changing program and earn free money back on your purchases from select merchants starting this fall! If you’re curious about how the program works, check out this Myfsapay Program Primer. Want to be one of the first to know when we launch? Make sure you join our waiting list so we can notify you as soon as we’re ready!
Benefits of myFSAPAY
myFSAPAY brings many different benefits to both merchants and customers. We aim to revolutionize the way that merchants can accept payments, as well as how customers can pay for items with ease. When we say easy, we mean it—myFSAPAY takes away all of those hassles of inputting long card information, remembering if you’re signed up for your organization’s credit card or not and even paying for things on your phone. myFSAPAY stores everything you need in one place—your mobile device—so you never have an excuse to leave a restaurant without settling your bill or buy anything ever again without knowing what you’re buying.
How myFSAPAY Works
Starting in January 2017, you can sign up to be one of our pilot program members. We’ll reach out by email for those who we think will best benefit from becoming a part of our program. However, if you are interested in being part of our pilot program when it launches, please contact us here. Please note that we are only looking for people within a 100-mile radius from Fort Worth and Austin, Texas.
When Can I Start Earning Money?
The MyfSapay program launched in Brazil back in 2015 and just completed its first pilot phase. During that time, it helped more than 1,000 people earn extra money by completing tasks like data entry or web research. It was a test run for our American audience who can soon join. In early 2018, US residents will get access to their own opportunity-filled dashboard. From there, you’ll be able to complete any number of simple online tasks for which you’ll be compensated via PayPal or direct deposit into your bank account (your choice). When those options are available, we’ll send an email with instructions on how you can get started.
Is there a Contract?
Contracts don’t always make sense, but you still need one. One thing too many business owners forget to consider when entering into a new agreement or deal is whether or not there will be a formal contract drawn up. Oftentimes, people believe that contracts are necessary only for complex business dealings—but really, any time two parties enter into an agreement together (even something as simple as ordering your favorite sandwich) it’s a good idea to get a contract drafted. It may not end up being worth much in court if things go south, but at least you’ll have proof of what both parties agreed upon and said they would do.
Will I Have To Take Out A Loan If I Qualify?
We’ve all had a bad day at work before, and maybe you’ve purchased something on a whim that ended up disappointing you. That feeling of buyer’s remorse can make us second-guess our purchases and leave us itching for a refund, but it turns out there are tons of items out there that we can actually return — if we know how. The good news? Many retailers offer official return policies that make it easy for customers to get refunds and exchanges even after they’ve bought an item. So next time you’re in doubt about whether or not you’ll really like that dress, go ahead and give it a try — chances are good your retailer will let you return it if it doesn’t work out.
Can I Get My Money Back?
The idea of a refund seems simple enough, right? We’re used to hearing Refunds and exchanges are always free at our store. And, yet, there can be some catches. Make sure you’re not getting surprised by hidden fees. Look for signs like restocking fees (if you return an item that was damaged or defective), shipping fees (if you paid for shipping), or even tax-specific fees (such as sales tax). In all cases, check your receipt and ask questions if something seems out of place or isn’t quite adding up. The extra effort now could save you big bucks later on.