In simple language stock files simply mean files like themes, photographs, vectors, videos, etc. If you run a website or a blog you will be in a regular need for such files.
Of course you can get a stock file for a few dollars, but if you are going to subscribe to a particular stock file website as a regular customer, you will have to pay the price for bulk files and hence the total amount can cost you quite a few hundred dollars.
Then, there have been cases when a person bought a stock file from one stock website and then he later on discovered that the same file was being sold on another stock site for a much cheaper price.
Lootback is set to solve both of these problems.
Stock search from a single position
Lootback has partnerships with some big names of the industry. They include iStock, Shutterstock, Thinkstock, Envato, and Deposit Photos.
Lootback hosts a unique search tool which lets you search for any keyword from all these websites from a single place.
This makes sure that you don’t have to search for the same keywords over and over again by visiting all the different websites one by one.
Let me demonstrate this with an example.
When I searched for the keyword “social media” in the search box, I got the results shown in the screenshot below.
Then you can click on the image you like and you will be taken to the respective website where you can make the purchase.
Save money when purchasing
Lootback helps you save money on the stock files you purchase in two ways.
One – Clicking on a file will display a coupon code. If you will enter this code before buying the file from the stock file, you will get a discount.
Two – After the money has been paid and the file has been bought you will receive a percentage of your money back as cash back.
The picture above illustrates this. Clicking on a stock file gave me a coupon code which saved me 14% on the MRP. Then I will get an 8% extra discount in the form of cash back after buying the file hence I’ll save 22% on the total.
I explain below how this is possible.
The merchants they have partnered with give Lootback a commission when they send them business. Lootback then splits that commission between you the customer and themselves so that both you and they profit.
Usually this cash back will reflect within 12 hours of the purchase and it takes anywhere from 7 to 90 days to cash out your cash back.
I must inform you that you will not get any such discounts if you will visit the stock files individually and make the purchases directly. You need to be a member of Lootback to avail these discounts.
Go and visit the website and let me know what you think in the comments below.