Eber is used in a variety of ways in business - Some businesses utilise Eber solely to collect consumer data, with no benefits, whilst the majority of business will employ Eber to its full potential.

In this article, we will show how to set up point/stamp system in Eber.

On this page :

  • No Point Awarded

  • Point/Stamp Awarded


Loyalty > Points > "Points" tab.

No Point Awarded

If your business does not provide any benefits to its customers, simply [ Tick ] the "This business does not use points" column. Once you've checked that box, the rest of the selections will be greyed out. Remember to click [ Save ] once you're finished.

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Point/Stamp Awarded

There are 2 method how you can award your customer - via point, or stamp.

(1) Point

If your business award customer via point,

  1. Select [ Use Point System ] from the "Point or Stamp System" drop down list.

  2. Under "X point(s) is granted for X amount* spent," enter the amount your business will award your customer. Then click [ Save ] and you're done!

*The currency will be displayed based on the business locations.

This is how a point card looked like:

(2) Stamp

If your business award customer via stamp´╝î

  1. Select [ Use Stamp System ] from the "Point or Stamp System" drop down list.

  2. Under "X point(s) is granted for X amount* spent," and "1 stamp is given per X point(s)", enter the amount your business will award your customer. Then click [ Save ] and you're done!

*The currency will be displayed based on the business locations.

Additional :

If you have decided to show as a stamp card, you can upload your choice stamped and unstamped image, as well as configure X number of stamps to display in total and per row.

This is how a stamp card looked like:


For both options, there are extra option (as showed below) underneath each settings.

If you wish to limit your customer's point earning, enter the value in the "Limit the number of points received by a member daily" .

If you need your customer to have a certain amount of balance left, enter the value under "Limit the number of points balance".

Now you've completed the basic points structure setting, you can proceed to configure the points multiplier during the birthday period and social points.

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