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Companies that will have the resources to setup and manage a large aggregated program will most likely be large public companies whose existence as a company won't go out of business and their points are trusted to be usable. A place where you can buy from one entity and use among many entities:...

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Since cashflow is an issue, here's my advice: * Get the rewards from someone else. * There's no need for you to pay for these perks. Find partners in complimentary fields, and approach them with the offer that you will connect them with your buyers list (a very valuable thing) in exchange for t...

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It sounds like you want all your "new customers" to register with their credit card info so that you can verify that it isn't someone just referring themselves via zombie email addresses. That makes sense, otherwise you'd be giving away a lot of rewards for fake referrals. When people send refer...

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Yes. Let's assume: CURRENT Gross Sales $30.00 Cost of Goods $15.00 Net Profit $15.00 Profit Margin 50.00% NEW DISCOUNT PROGRAM Gross Sales $30.00 Discount $3.00 Cost of Goods $15.00 Net Profit $12.00...

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From how I understand your product, it sounds like it would allow people that buy a lot of items from company A to then use points from those purchases to get free items from company B. If that's true, I don't think many companies would want to sign up for the service, since there's the potenti...

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