Hands up those of you who don't like to save money.
I don't see many hands, so I thought I'd share a method with you that saves me money almost every week so that you too can benefit from my discovery.
I've tested this browser extensionextensively over the past couple of months and can confirm that it works, while not interfering with your browsing experienced at all.
The extension is called "Shopback" and here's a snapshot of my own account, showing how much money I've saved, and withdrawn in just over two months of using it. And, with virtually zero effort on my part.
It's seamless, works in all browsers and doesn't bug you unless you are purchasing something online that it can offer you refunds for.
I see no reason why anyone would not want to take advantage of this great extension, so I suggest you give it a try.
You've nothing to lose, yet free money refunds to gain so I hope that it helps. Check it out from the following link:
Just wanted to share my Optimum/Altice experience: the takeaway is don't do it if you have anything more than a very very basic setup at home. I have a NAS and wanted to enable port 443 for secure access (HTTPS) to it over the internet. It turns out that the only ports they support (even though they don't tell people this until they already have you hooked) are port 25 (insecure FTP) and port 80 (insecure http). After several attempts to get this done (and being told it was done one time) I hit someone who told me that port 443 was not supported on their equipment. So ask a lot of questions if you plan on switching.