In times like these, saving money on everyday purchases is increasingly important. However, most consumers are too busy to keep track of all of the sales and discounts going on. A new Internet service, called "DealBox" (http://www.DealBox.com) aims to help consumers find money-saving deals more easily.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 31, 2008 — In times like these, saving money on everyday purchases is more important than ever. However, most consumers are too busy to constantly keep track of all the sales and discounts being offered at their favorite stores.
A new Internet service, called "DealBox", aims to help consumers find those deals more easily. The service monitors over 1,000 online retailers and automatically notifies consumers when their favorite stores have sales and discounts.
Rather than having to sign up to each store’s mailing list separately, DealBox collects all relevant deals into one central place and displays them in a concise, easy to read format. If users prefer, they can also receive periodic updates via email as well. This makes it easy to keep track of dozens, or even hundreds of stores, without cluttering their email inbox.
In addition to making life easier, DealBox also helps consumers reduce unwanted junk mail by keeping their personal information private. Consumers’ contact information is never given out to stores, so it cannot be misused or resold. They have full control over the list of stores in their DealBox, and can add or remove stores at anytime.
The service was created by twin brothers, Ilan and Barak Rogers, who have been business partners since a young age. They came up with the concept for DealBox after becoming frustrated with the time needed to find worthwhile deals online.
The new service is free of charge and is located at: http://www.DealBox.com.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/DealBox/Deal_Tracking_Service/prweb1161464.htm