Bakersfield, CA, September 18, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- LuxeLoot.com wants to help the fashionista with champagne taste on a beer budget get the designer clothing items she (or he) wants. The site at it's core is a very stylish way to make money. Members of the site are paid for signing up for free offers, and are also given between 1% and 7% cash back when they shop at a variety of online boutiques and retailers. Some of the shops that qualify at the moment are The Gap, Arden B., Adasa, Singer 22, Pink Mascara, Zappos.com, Bags.com and Old Navy, and even Barnes & Noble and the Apple store.
"Some people will probably be skeptical about the site when they hear the details," says owner, K.J. Lawson, "but the details are pretty simple. Companies pay us to advertise their offers or shops, and we give a percentage of our earnings back to our members." Besides cash back shopping, the site also rewards it's members between $0.60 and $2+ for simply signing up for clubs and websites, or submitting their email address or zip code to others. Advertisers who require shipping and handling fees or credit card information pay even more; sometimes up to $40 or beyond.
LuxeLoot.com also has a series of contests running, including a referral contest where the winner receives a $50 gift card to Shopbop.com (which they can exchange for cash, if they choose) as well as five other cash prizes. The top earner on the site also gets a prize of his or her own; a luxurious gift package, tailored to his or her taste. "I didn't put the word Luxe in the site name for nothing," the owner adds. Lawson actually has a degree in fashion, and has been developing websites for years now. "The most important thing for me was to make my site stand out, and to make money making fun. Because if it's not fun, people won't participate, no matter how much they earn."
For more information, please visit www.LuxeLoot.com
K.J. Lawson, Owner, luxeadminATgmail.com