Paribus just overhauled their app and now you can get an Amazon credit when your Amazon shipment is late.
In the past, you’d have to call Amazon yourself when your package was late. But now Paribus will do that for you (without taking a cut). Here’s how:
Get gift cards or credit from Amazon when your shipment is late.
Paribus now tracks the delivery of your online purchases at Amazon (and other online retailers like Walmart) and will send Amazon a request on your behalf for a gift card, shipping refund, or other credit if your delivery is made after the guaranteed date.
The best part is that you keep 100% of the gift card or refund. They offer this service and charge you nothing!
Not an Amazon Prime member? If you don’t have a Prime membership but you pay for two-day shipping and your item doesn’t arrive in two days, Paribus will work to get you a refund.
Just sign up for Paribus and they’ll start tracking your Amazon shipments automatically!
In the first month using Paribus for my late Amazon shipments, I’ve already received $15 worth of free gift cards.
I was involved in the beta test of this new feature, and I’ve already saved more during the beta test than I did even back when Paribus worked to get Amazon price adjustments. (Guys, for real.)
In the first month using Paribus‘ new feature, I’ve already gotten $15 in Amazon gift cards. That’s a total value of over $25!
My Subscribe & Save subscription for Bai Cocofusions Molokai Coconut, Antioxidant Infused Beverages shipped from Amazon, and they took a little longer than the two days to get to my house.
I didn’t even notice that it was late, but Paribus was on it.
The same thing happened with two of my other Subscribe & Save orders. Paribus came through both times — once with a $5.00 Amazon gift card, and once with a $10.00 gift card.
Don’t wait! Get Paribus today!
Paribus is getting more savvy all the time. Download Paribus now and get rewarded if Amazon shipping isn’t on time!
Honesty is the best policy (except maybe store return policies with no receipt required, amirite?) so we want you to know that companies like Paribus compensates us when you sign-up using the links we provided above.