Shopping through MyQJC e-Shop
Queens Jewish Center has a
special opportunity to fund raise in a different and innovative way. It
is FREE money for us, and it comes at NO
cost to you and NO cost to us. It is quick, easy, helps
QJC, and it is FREE!
QJC online retailers pay a
commission for every Google search or on-line purchase made through our
HOW IT WORKS:
In your browser, go to:
http://www.MyQJC.org/e-shop.htm and you will see a page containing
links to over 700 online stores. When you or one of your friends someone
makes a purchase through this page, we will receive a commission from
your sale or transaction.
WHAT IF I CAN'T FIND MY STORE?
Given the vast number of
stores that can be found on the Internet, it is impossible to have EVERY
store, but give us a chance. In the search box, at the top of the page,
type in the name of your store. If it isn't listed, then we will try to
get it, so that it will be there for your next purchase.
HOW MUCH WILL QJC EARN?
That depends on you. The more
purchases you make and Google searches you do, the more money QJC
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Not even a precious penny. Whether we earn $10 or $10,000, there is NOs cost to us or to you. At no point will you have to pay even a penny out of your pocket. Not only that, but next to the links for many of the stores, you'll find Promotions and Coupons, to provide you with special coupons and deals that are available to you, simply by shopping through the site. There is zero risk and zero cost… only positive returns.
PRIVACY, SECURITY & COMFORT
You have nothing to worry
about. We do not collect any personal information, know who made the
purchases, or the items purchased. All sales generated are completely
anonymous and are limited to the knowledge of you (the shopper) and the
It's a no brainer. You are
shopping and doing Google searches online everyday anyway. This is a
perfect opportunity to collect on what you are doing anyway! With ZERO
risk and ZERO cost to you or QJC it couldn't be any easier to help use
raise money to fund new programs and more.
Queens Jewish Center