As the CEO, founder, and executive chairman of DOSH, Ryan Wuerch is responsible for its strategic vision. The company is behind a platform and app that helps businesses and consumers earn cash back on purchases. Dosh is a mobile application that went live in public beta in April 2017. Designed to maximize money spent by consumers, the application connects to debit and credit cards and automatically searches for relevant coupons and offers, then provides cash back. In addition, Dosh provides other services and features that include:
–A streamlined cash back process that includes no UPC scanning, receipt documentation, mail-in rebates, or promo codes.
–The ability to donate to charities or transfer cash earned to a bank account or PayPal directly from the application.
–A hotel-booking service that ensures the lowest prices and provides additional cash back.
–Marketing tools for businesses that include consumer data analytics and insights designed to increase customer loyalty and enable targeted advertising efforts.
The popular blog Tracy’s New York Life recently featured Ryan Wuerch’s Dosh mobile app and provided screenshots that revealed how it works and the cash back it generated on items such as Manhattan hotel rooms and the New York City PASS.
In the blog, Tracy Kaler describes her family members as coupon clippers and said she appreciates Dosh for allowing her to get cash back without the hassle of finding specific coupons, cutting them out, and remembering to use them.
Once people sign up with Dosh, they can take advantage of the platform by adding any credit cards and debit cards that they want. Each time a Dosh partner business registers a transaction, available offers are converted into cash that appears in the user’s Dosh wallet. The funds can ultimately be transferred into a user’s linked bank account.
Tracy Kaler said she uses Dosh to earn cash back when she shops at various businesses. She also mentions Dosh offers at Lord & Taylor, Nike, Macy’s, and Dean & Deluca. The amounts vary: the cash back generated from a single transaction could be $2 or $100, for instance.