Is StackSocial Legit?

Some of you have questions. We have answers.

May 14

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It's pretty standard to research whether a company, service, or product is reliable before you invest money or even time into it. We know people have questions about StackSocial, and we're here to answer those questions.

As a hub for so many deals on a wide variety of apps and software, services, online learning, gear and gadgets, lifestyle products, and more, it makes complete sense to us that individuals who come across us wonder, "Is StackSocial legit?" And the answer is, yes, we are.

Obviously, we're biased, but we love what we do—bringing cool deals to audiences near and far—and we are excited to share exactly why brands and consumers continue to connect and shop across our platform. 

What is StackSocial?

Before we explain why Stack is reliable, let's take a second to introduce (or re-introduce) ourselves.

StackSocial is an online marketplace that operates under StackCommerce—a product discovery platform with a team behind it that's on a mission to bring the right products to the right people at the right time. We do some of that through affiliate partnerships with well-known publishers of all sizes, and maybe that's how you got here in the first place (Hi! Welcome!).

StackSocial.com features a collection of deals—many of which are exclusive to Stack—that our team has hunted down for easy access and browsing. It's home to curated educational bundles, high-tech gadgets, software licenses, lifetime subscription deals, and more, including top brands like Babbel, Microsoft, Apple, DraftKings, Costco, and other household names.

In fact, Stack has connected consumers to over five million products

Why StackSocial is Legitimate

StackSocial has relationships with its partners and consumers. The success of those relationships means a lot to us, and we take the time to listen to feedback from all channels.

Maintaining a successful relationship with consumers

StackSocial succeeds every time a customer gets what they paid for. We've earned thousands of 5/5-star reviews on Sitejabber (4.4/5-star average) and Trustpilot (4.1/5-star average), which we'll proudly celebrate when discussing our legitimacy. 

The word on Reddit backs things up as well. This post on the Windscribe—a great partner and VPN service—subreddit entitled "Is StackSocial legit?" features several users confirming long, positive relationships with us. One comment reads, "I paid 40 for a lifetime. It's been 5 years now." 

StackSocial is designed to provide consumers with valuable resources. Sure, we specialize in discounted buys, but we also offer an eclectic mix of free deals that include workout programs, e-learning courses, and even some limited-time subscriptions. 

While we proudly hang our hats on the thousands of perfectly reviewed transactions our platform supports, it's important not to ignore how we navigate less-than-perfect ones. 

Earning respect on imperfect orders

We're connecting a wide variety of businesses with consumers across regions, and sometimes things go wrong. We think it's important when discussing whether or not StackSocial is trustworthy to look at how we handle shopping experiences that are less than ideal. 

We can point to a recent five-star review on Trustpilot that reads, "Wrote a review a couple of days ago that I was dissatisfied with a promotion. That afternoon I was contacted and everything was resolved to my immense satisfaction. The very helpful and courteous staff took care of everything."

To access and utilize our real-human customer service, you can submit a support request directly right here.

At the bottom of the StackSocial homepage, you can also find a Customer Care section built out with links for StackSocial FAQs, with special sections on order questions as well as returns and refunds, and even some education on digital deals and e-learning

Attracting amazing partners

Working well with consumers is a good signifier of our legitimacy as a marketplace, and it's also a major reason why we can attract and work with such amazing partners. Being able to offer an accessible and discoverable venue for showcasing great deals helps us bring on more brands and surface more cool products shoppers will love. It's a win-win.

We mentioned Babbel earlier, and you probably already know that Babbel is one of the top language-learning platforms in the world with over ten million users. We work together to make their discounted lifetime deals accessible to consumers like you.

Similarly, when people think of electric transportation, they often think of Bird's scooters. Finding a BirdBike eBike on StackSocial makes it clear that we're working with an impressive roster of partners.

From digital products like e-gift cards and vouchers for wine delivery to training with the top certification group in IT and some of the most popular laptops on the market, StackSocial has solid relationships with merchants you can trust.

Connecting with publishers you know and love

We work hard to make awesome products available to our customers, but we couldn't do it all alone. That's why we partner up with some seriously incredible publishers. We've worked closely with Mashable, CNET, Lifehacker, TMZ, Cult of Mac, PCMag, and plenty more to connect with a wider audience and showcase interesting products and brands. 

But there's more to these collabs. There's a reason these outlets have been around so long. They're trusted by their audience, and we work together to honor that trust by making sure our product curation meets the standards of excellence these publishers have held themselves to for years. We put in the time to make sure the partnership works for their readers. 

Keeping things interesting 

We're also consistently refreshing our offering. Throughout the year, you can look forward to seasonal sales featuring special product selections or price drops and new deals being released on an ongoing basis.

You can try yet another approach to shopping with our Expert Picks. Genuinely passionate about tech, culture, and shopping, we use this space to explore a wide variety of content related to our partners and their deals, including buying guides and product reviews.

These pieces range from an in-depth breakdown of the origins of augmented reality to straightforward guides on consumer challenges as universal as deciding between headphones and earbuds or figuring out whether or not you need an air purifier.

Befuddled by all our refurbished deals? Our guide on buying refurbished electronics can help with that, too.

You Can Trust StackSocial

Our record of engaging in conversation and customer support, in addition to our track record of facilitating successful, well-reviewed purchases, all add up to drive home the point of this article: StackSocial is most certainly legit as a great source for deals and freebies. Let us help you find what you're looking for—and some things you didn't know existed—for less.

StackSocial works with a variety of merchants and brands to bring you deals worth talking about. We may earn a commission on purchases made through our links. Prices subject to change.

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