Hamoui will also join Offermatic’s board of directors.
The additional capital will be used to hire more people and expand its services for consumers and retailers, Offermatic says.
Launched in beta last December, Offermatic basically delivers personalized savings to consumers based on their spending history. By linking existing credit and debit cards to an Offermatic account, people receive automatic discount offers on products and services, without the hassle of redeeming coupons or vouchers.
The company says, combined with offering one-click automatic rebates, the conversion rate among beta users has been 15 percent or more, which it says is 15 to 30 times higher than the average for online coupons.
Offermatic is a free service that matches offers to you based on what you buy. Offers are loaded onto your credit or debit cards so theyâ€™re always with you when youâ€™re ready to use them, and you can save money without dealing with coupons or vouchers.