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Free 50GHC Online Shopping Rewards

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Have you ever been rewarded for your shopping online in Ghana? You may have read or heard of online shopping rewards program for customers for service review. Now check out what got for you in this.

A cool and popular thing in the States and across Europe but never in Ghana. MYGHMARKET.COM has a juicy offer for you to get up to 50GHC FREE, Yes Free for writing a review of their service upon completing a purchase. An Online Shopping Reward Program right here in Ghana.

With over thousands of items to choose from in their online market, myghmarket has in stock amazing discounts and referral commission for both individuals and corporate bodies.

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Up to 50GHC FREE for Online Shopping Rewards?
  • Buy anything worth GHC300 and above.
  • Subscribe to their mailing list to receive alerts on new arrivals.
  • Write a review about the item(s) purchased and the service delivery.
  • Like and Follow myghmarket on Facebook.

Upon completion of the above, you get to automatically activate this Free GHC50 in two installments of the GHC25 each on the subsequent purchases.

Aside the Free GHC50 check below for this other amazing offer as a reward for your time shopping.

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A Lifetime of up 5% Commission on Referrals?
  • Buy items worth GHC500 and above.
  • Refer anyone to by from
  • Get 1-3 commission on their purchases for individuals,
  • Refer a corporate body to buy from and get 2-5% commission on their sales.

The next time you want to go shopping online, look out for the above juicy rewards programs and always remember to check out myghmarket.

AFROSAGES GIST: Gather your coins and make that next purchase on, collect that cool cash, get some friends to jump on it and get a lifetime of commission piling up to buy anything you want for free.

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