Fetch is America’s favorite way to shop and earn on popular brands. Millions of shoppers use the app every day to turn their receipts into free gift cards, connect with their friends and discover brands and offers they love.
But is Fetch safe to use?
Spoiler alert: yes, Fetch is 100% safe to use. All you are doing with Fetch is getting rewarded for the shopping you are already doing, no credit card is needed, just sign up with a phone number and you’re good to start earning free gift cards! Don’t take our word for it:
- “Yes. The Fetch Rewards app is a legitimate and safe app that can help you earn gift cards by uploading your grocery receipts. First, as mentioned above, the Fetch app doesn’t collect any bank or credit card information so you don’t have to worry about that being stolen.” – Read More Here
- “Fetch Rewards may sound too good to be true, but rest assured: it’s a real, safe way to earn rewards.” – Read More Here
- “Fetch is a legitimate app that helps you earn free gift cards by uploading your grocery receipts, but how safe is it? I downloaded the Fetch app (formerly Fetch Rewards) in January 2018 and upload receipts multiple times per week. I’ve earned more than $1,000 in gift cards since I started using the app.” – Read More Here
- “I’ve been using Fetch Rewards for years, and it’s one of my favorite reward apps. So in this post, I’m covering how the app works, what kind of data Fetch Rewards collects, and if it’s ultimately safe to use.” – Read More Here
Our favorite question: is Fetch legit?
Are CVS receipts long? Jokes aside, yes, Fetch is legit. Millions of shoppers use Fetch every day to snap receipts, connect with friends and earn gift cards in the app. Fetch is a great way to earn extra rewards for the shopping you are already doing by simply snapping your receipts in the app. No credit card is required!
But don’t just take our word for it. Check out our 4 million+ 5-star reviews in the App Store and Google Play Store.
Is my information safe with Fetch?
Your Fetch account is protected by a password of your choosing for your privacy and security.
Fetch has a fraud team working around the clock to ensure the app–and your account–remain safe and secure. If we notice fraudulent activity from your account, we’ll freeze it and contact you for more information. We take incredible pride in making sure your information is safe with Fetch and have teams working around the clock to make sure that is the case.
What information is needed to sign up for Fetch?
A phone number is all you need to get started on Fetch. To take advantage of certain features in the app, we may ask for a few more details like your:
- Mailing address
How does Fetch use my information?
Fetch uses this information to personalize and improve your experience in the app. It helps us provide you with curated content and offers we think you’ll love.
For example, your birthdate allows us to share alcohol-related offers and content with you only if you’re 21 years or older. Each individual users has unique offers based on the information you share with us and your buying history, our goal is to use your information to make your in-app experience as relevant, fun, and rewarding as possible!
Does Fetch steal my credit card information?
No, Fetch doesn’t steal your credit card information. Complete credit card information, including expiration dates and security codes, are never recorded on receipts or shared with Fetch in any way. In summary, Fetch doesn’t collect or want your credit card information and we’ll never ask you for credit card or banking information. If you ever receive a request for this information, let our Support Team know.
Go ahead, snap with confidence!
We’re happy you’re using Fetch, and can’t wait to roll out new features that will make your experience even better.
If you have any questions for us, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you in a snap.
Chris Zimmerman is a copywriter here at Fetch. Before joining the #FetchFam, he penned web content, TV scripts and more for virtually every brand category you can think of.