Do you shop online at Amazon.com? If so, now you can give to the SSPX while you shop — and without paying anything extra!
How to shop on Amazon.com and give to the SSPX
After that, no matter how many pages you visit or what products you buy, Amazon.com will give the SSPX an average of 7.5 percent of the purchase price.
Some common questions answered
Q: Will I pay more for my items if I purchase them through this link?
A: No, you will not spend a cent more for your Amazon items. Amazon pays advertising fees to generate traffic to its site. Typically, those fees go to search giants such as Google or Bing. Let that fee go to the SSPX instead.
Q: Is this really worth the effort? How much does the SSPX stand to earn?
A: If 2,000 people were to buy an average of $500 per year on Amazon, the SSPX would receive $75,000.
Q: Does this affect how I log into my Amazon account? Can I still use my Amazon Prime membership?
A: Making your Amazon.com purchases through the SSPX link will not affect your use of any type of account you have with Amazon. You can shop as you normally would.
Q: What if I purchase items on Amazon.com from a third-party vendor, does the SSPX still receive a commission?
A: Yes, as long as you go to Amazon by way of this link, the SSPX will receive a commission, even on third-party sales.
Q: What kind of products qualify?
A: The commission applies to all Amazon.com purchases: books and music, electronics and computers, clothing and shoes, office and school supplies, groceries and health items, sporting and outdoors products, automotive and industrial goods — and much more.
Q: Will my personal information be compromised if I make purchases this way?
A: No. The SSPX does not see the names of the customers using this program, their credit-card numbers, or any of their other personal information.