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FiveStars is the best way to get rewarded at places you love. With FiveStars in your pocket, you’ll discover great businesses nearby, track your points, and get notified when you earn rewards. No credit card required. No punch cards to lose or accidentally put through the laundry. All you need is a phone number to earn points and rewards at thousands of businesses nationwide. - Sign in with your phone number - See your reward program details in one place - Discover great FiveStars businesses nearby on the map - View business descriptions, see their hours, and easily call or get directions - Get notified instantly when you’ve earned points and rewards If you like using our app to track your points, get promotions and redeem rewards, please take a moment to rate us. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you run into trouble.
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FiveStars is a great app, and works really well at tracking points and offering rewards at participating stores and restaurants. It's a great interface that lists all the participating stores you've checked in at with your FiveStars account, and your points that you've earned at those location. After just a few purchases you might earn a free item or a discount with your FiveStars account, or see how much more you'd need to spend to get a certain item or discount. I highly recommend it, and encourage other stores and restaurants to start using FiveStars so customers get rewards just for shopping like they normally would!
I used to rather like this app. It’s always nice to be rewarded for shopping for things you were on the fence for. That said the new update absolutely ruined it. Starting with a complete redesign of a service is annoying enough as it is, I am not a fan of relearning something just on a programmers whim, but the app doesn’t even give you a user memo, tutorial, or even a basic guide to the new changes and layout. It doesn’t help that even the shop owners I’ve talked to didn’t get any kind of heads up to the system changes. The new app is garbage and has actually lost functionality. You used to be able to manually sign in when you visited a shop. Now I guess it’s supposed to auto check in, but I have never actually seen that work. My wife was smart enough to skip the upgrade. Her check ins always show up and she gets three times as many sales/ coupons notifications as I do to the same shops! Her version even has an ability to send me these notices through text (that disappeared for me too) and even then when I accept them through the text they don’t load! Bottom line: if already use it, I guess hold out and hopefully they’ll revert back to a useful build. If you’re new, skip it.
Not a great system for points and recording when you visit. There is a restaurant that I have visited no less than 8-10 times this year yet the app says I have been there twice and I enter my phone number each time I go. Other restaurants I have visited state I have never visited so in summary if it credits your visits and credits you for the points generated then great but the system is unreliable. On the orther hand you don't pay anything to join/belong so if you receive perks then great, if you don't then you haven't actually lost anything. This app could generate much greater loyalty if it actually worked as it is supposed to. I also have trouble navigating the app for restaurants and business not near my home. In summary very mediocre app only because the execution of the technical side of the app is disappointing ☹️
I used to frequent a lot of local places that had solid reward systems in place. Once they switched over to 5 Star (which I jokingly call Zero Star), I stopped going. Why? Because prior to 5 Star I could buy 10 coffees get 1 Free. Or get 20% off my local Plato’s for spending $100. With 5 Stars, I have to buy 50 coffees. Or at Plato’s, I now have to spend $200 to get 20% off, plus I can only spend $80. Then, none of that money I just spent goes towards my reward points. I like the mom and pop feel of a punch card or a simple reward system. Furthermore, they send me texts saying I earned a reward. When I look at what I’ve earned, it’s a generic email promotion. BASICALLY LYING. Seriously, if a local business chooses to use this corporation, I no longer go there. And I’m a big proponent of supporting local biz. SMALL BUSINESSES BEWARE!!
I recently had terrible experience with this company, I worked with this company for around a year, it never worked properly, equipment and service, so I canceled, wich by the time, I didn’t had a contract anymore, a month later approximately I get hit with a twelve hundred dollars charge from this company! So I called them to ask why, they told me it was for five tablets that they sent me, wich it was completely false, even though I explained to them that they never sent me this equipment because first of all, I’m just a small business with just my office, so no need for that kind of equipment, so the person on the phone just told me that that was what it was showing on his computer and that’s what it was!, I ended up calling my bank to dispute the charges, terrible company and service!,
Developed by FiveStars Loyalty.
FiveStars is ranking in Shopping & Lifestyle
Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 4.4.8.
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FiveStars have a 1 857a user reviews.