I need a mobile application building and designing.
The application will be a cash back application.
The idea will be to list merchants offering a cash back on purchases, eg. shops,restaurants,bars,cafes,etc etc.
Free to download and become a member.
Their will need to be a digital membership card with membership number.
A wallet to contain the cash back which can be linked to members PayPal account for withdrawal.
I would like it GEO based so that the nearest merchnat to the members location comes to the top of the list.
The merchants will have the same application but with an additional feature which allows them to send the cash back from their linked PayPal account to the customers by entering the amount and customer wallet number.
Will need to feature a pyramid type membership.
Point one will be member/wallet number 00001. This member will be a sales representative introducing merchants to the scheme. Each merchant will have a unique wallet number like all members. The merchant will encourage downloads and new members and give cash back to these members at his venue. The cash back can be variable and decided upon by the merchant and entered into his back office where he pays the cash back. For example 6% cash back. This would be allocated 5% to the customer wallet and 1% to the point one wallet number 00001. The members introduced by the merchant can also obtain cash back at all other merchants registered in the scheme. The members introduced by the merchant can reffer friends linked to the same merchant. The first 50 for example members under one merchant are paid 5% to member and 1% to point one for ever. Any members above 50, eg member 51, 52 and so on the 1% cash back is no longer paid to point one, it is paid to the merchant.
In summary the merchant pays 6% cash back. 5% to custmer and 1% to point one on all spend at all merchants by members introduced by or refferal under merchant. Once membership hits 50 the 1% cash back is paid to point one from member no.1 to member no.50. Member 51 onwards ad infinitum the 1% is then paid to the merchant.
I hope this makes sense as it is quite difficult to explain in writing.