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Get $5 in Fractional Share Rewards @ Upstreet

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Get behind the brands you believe in! Shop your favourite eligible brands through Upstreet to earn a fractional share reward plus a bonus $5 fractional share rewards when you make your first purchase.

Click here to install the Upstreet App to claim the offer.

To redeem this offer:

  • Download the free Upstreet App through the link above and set up your account.
  • Shop at your favourite eligible brand via the Upstreet App and complete your first transaction.
  • Earn your bonus $5 in fractional share rewards on top of the initial fractional share reward from your first transaction!

For example, if you make your first purchase via Upstreet for $100 at UGG Express (up to 6% share rewards), you could receive $6 + $5 in fractional shares in the Upstreet Fund! Simply wait and see your shares appear on your app! The time between purchase and reward approval can vary between partner brands and banks; it will usually take 1-5 days.

Discover the brands we hold today. Up to 80% off at UGG Express.

*Exclusion apply, UGG Express offer is limited; refer to UGG Express website for T&Cs. $5 sign up offer is limited until Thursday 14th October, 2021 and is redeemable once and limited to new users.

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Play Upstreet’s Moonshot and win up to $100 every 24 hours! You can win between $0.05 - $100 in fractional shares from Upstreet investment options.

How Upstreet works:
Upstreet offers fractional share rewards, instead of points or cashback.

The fractional share rewards you receive are held in the Upstreet Fund. You are entitled to units in the Upstreet Fund that make you a beneficiary of the underlying share. All shares are held by the custodian, Sandhurst (Bendigo Bank). Upstreet does not own your shares and may not access them under any circumstances. You are able to redeem your shares after a 31 day holding period from the time of purchase.

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Comments

  • How are you better than say Raiz or even Cash Rewards?

    • You get to play Moonshot & win fractional shares!! How is that not better? /s

      • +3

        never got more than 50 cents, gave up on the concept. Shopback and Cashrewards to me just seems more user-friendly (never had any issues with tracking/terms n conditions) and we all know cash is king

      • +1

        5 cents woohoo

    • -1

      Hi Nalar,

      Thank you for your interest, Raiz invests your roundup change while Upstreet rewards users in the form of fractional shares as you shop with brands via our app or Chrome extension. Essentially, you can keep shopping at the brands you love and get rewarded with fractional shares. This is a great way for beginner investors to enter the market or seasoned investors to keep doing what they love.

      • +1

        Raiz also does what you do via affiliate links.

        Plus you skipped the cash rewards/shop back part. Can you beat their NUMBERS? Depositing cash rewards into spaceship/raiz seems better.

        Also how do you handle coupons and gift cards? Will it still track?

        • -1

          Hi Nalar,

          To the best of our knowledge Spaceship and Raiz are services that require you to directly use your money to invest. With Upstreet, if you make eligible purchases via our app or Chrome extensions at brands such as Asics, Bing Lee, and Ben Sherman, you can receive a portion of your transaction back in the form of fractional share rewards. Coupons and gift cards will vary according to the T&Cs of each brand and can be found on our website, app and Chrome extension. Hope this helps.

  • Are Upstreet shares registered securities OP?

    • +1

      Hi ilovefullprice,

      We purchase whole shares for our customers and put them into a unit trust on your behalf. When you're rewarded for a purchase, you'll receive units in that trust (which means you'll hold a fractional interest in the underlying shares).

      • Thanks! If don’t mind me asking, does the units in the unit trust needs to be registered securities?

        • +1

          Hi ilovefullprice,

          The unit trust operates as a managed investment scheme and is registered with ASIC. You can read more about it through our PDS.

  • +4

    I wouldn't go anywhere near these guys.

    I submitted very lengthy forms and have been chasing up again and again to get my money.

    Numerous emails have gone unanswered. I would stay well away.

    • +3

      Was it from a previous deal that has since been nuked on here? I seem to recall this mob being downvoted HARD last time around.

      • +1

        The bulk of the credit was from a Marley Spoon deal.

        Yes I noticed that other posts from them have disappeared as well (probably due to the bad feedback you mentioned).

        Just so everyone is aware, there are big hoops to sign up and it has been even more stressful to get my money with several emails not responded to over weeks.

        • Hi arcticmonkey,

          As we provide an investment service, the sign up process requires some personal information such as your name, email, phone number, and address. This is partly required so that we can complete KYC requirements.

    • Hi arcticmonkey,

      We are sorry to hear about your experience, we value every customer and always try our hardest to make Upstreet an enjoyable experience. Would you be able to send me a DM and I can help to elevate your issue?