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You see several bloggers saying:
Get rewards for dining and shopping offline!
It’s FREE and easy to get started:
1. Link your credit card.
2. Dine and shop offline.
3. Earn rewards! Get gift cards from Amazon, Starbucks, iTunes, Wal-Mart and more!
Now, here is some more info:
Plink.com uses a powerful encryption comparable to what banks use to secure transactions online.
Keep in mind you are linking it to your credit card and there are no bullet proof protections.
Should you join Plink.com?
I would say no.
While most of Plink.com’s features are good, I just don’t like them getting information about my credit or debit card. I wouldn’t risk it. And I read on Plink.com that they use a third party financial organization to store bank information. That means a lil ol’ red flag to me.
Keep in mind that this is just my opinion…. for what it is worth.