Shoprunner competes with amazon prime. When you’re shopping at a store that is a member there’s usually a logo at checkout. sign into your shoprunner account and get 2 day shipping free. and return shipping free.
The member stores are on the shoprunner website.
You need an amex dept as your default, 2-click purchase card. But you can change your method pf payment at the time of purchase and still keep the shoprunner membership.
I signed up an free amex card I expect to keep. At any timie you can change the amex card that is the default to a different amex and it will continue your membership.
What effect does having the AMEX as default card on shoprunner account have?
I never shop through the shoprunner account, I just login through the shoprunner link on participating sites. When would this primary card ever be charged? Do I have to have that card listed as the primary card on, for example, my toysrus account?
1. site does not list stores clearly
2. site has bad pictures not suitable for a jewish home, no contact us to report it, but for that alone would not use it
3. when use site, you get better ship maybe, but lose UR mall.
I did a bing seach for shoprunner.com and came up with a slew of scam and complaints comments (complaintsboard.com and ripoffreport.com) that indicate the free shipping wasn’t always honored and/or free shipping was misleading and there were bogus charges later on their credit cards. FWIW. I still intend to try out shoprunner but I will monitor my credit card carefully afterwards until I am able to determine if the comments are outdated or if just from trolls.
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