Tuesday, January 22, 2008

UPromise - Sign Up NOW for COLLEGE SAVINGS for your Kids!

If I sound like a commercial today, it's for a good reason...to help you save more money for your child's college education with just a few minutes of your time. It takes only a few minutes to set up an account at UPromise, and you can earn real money without even thinking about it. I am a testimonial that it works!

I have saved over $600 for my daughter's college education since joining Upromise. Yes, it is a real program and they send you real checks to deposit into your Edvest (529) account or child's college savings account.

Upromise is *Free.* Yes, free.

What do you need to do to start earning free money for your kid's college education?

Click on the Upromise link on the right side-bar to sign up -->
  • Do you have grocery savings cards? For example, I registered my Copps grocery card, my Piggly Wiggly Grocery card and my Sentry grocery card. Each time you purchase a qualifying item (see detailed list on the site), you automatically save a percentage of the purchase price! *EASY!*
  • Next, I bet you have a zillion debit & credit cards, right? And, I bet you like to dine out, too? Register each and every card number on the UPromise site, and you will earn savings of up to 10% at participating restaurants automatically! (see participating restaurants on the site) *No need to even think about it through AutoMagic!*
  • Do you shop online? Many, many participating online retailers will give you a percentage back of your purchases through the Upromise account, simply for shopping through their link on the Upromise site. (Sample online stores: Target, WalMart, Old Navy, eBay, many more!)
  • Apply for the Citi Upromise World Mastercard and save 1% of all purchases with *NO* annual limit. (The previous card offered had a cap of $300 on contributions.) Also, they will pay an additional 10% on qualifying grocery card and dining purchases. This is the greatest opportunity to earn loads of extra money.
  • Feel a bit nervous about providing this information?? I did at first, but Upromise is dedicated to providing a secure site for its members. See security policy here: https://lty.s.upromise.com/8742.do
  • Ask your family and friends to sign up for Upromise and they can direct savings for your children's college education, too!
  • Whenever you want to receive a check for your earnings, you just send a written request to Upromise and one will be sent to you. You can verify earnings by logging onto your upromise account.
  • If you have any questions, please email me! HAPPY SAVING!

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