SellPro - mobile training 4+

mVentix Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.0 • 777 Ratings
    • Free



If you work in retail, SellPro is definitely the app for YOU!
It’s simple: train on the products you sell in your store in exchange for SellPoints you can use to play or shop for awesome awards.

What’s New

Version 3.8.4

- New screens listing details for current campaigns
- Improved Leaderboard for Brand Reps
- Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
777 Ratings

777 Ratings

Hornyallday ,

The app is pretty informational but...

I never really win anything on there, like I go on it everyday so I can keep my streak as high as I can but even if I play the cards like 50 times on a row I still lose every single time. I’m slowly losing interest in this app, if the developers gave everyone a higher chance of winning then I wouldn’t feel like just stopping completely honestly. That’s the main reason why I gave it a 4 star instead of a 5, just would love a higher chance of winning something I’ve been trying to win for a long time already. You can only imagine the time and afford I put into this app every single day just to lose every time. Either give us a higher chance of winning or put more prizes in the card game, and obviously less try agains smh but like I said this app is pretty informational. So if your trying to become a better sales representative, then this app is great to learn about most products in the store. Hopefully I win that $25 Cheesecake Factory gift card soon that I’ve been trying to win for like a little over a month honestly lol

Elarcadia ,

Awesome app, horrible customer service and support; do rebates at your own risk

I have been using SellPro for over a year now, and am a big fan of the app in general. It’s a simple concept; you learn about products, and in exchange they give you points which can be used to try to win prizes. I have won a slew of gift cards and products since I signed up, and learned a ton in the process.
However, I recently gained a $100 rebate on a printer through the app, and let me tell you it has been a NIGHTMARE trying to use it. I sent in all the information the form required, only to get an e-mail telling me my rebate had been denied because of “missing information”. Upon further investigation, I discovered that SellPro had screwed up their instructions for the rebate, so I contacted them trying to figure out how to proceed. It has been 3 WEEKS and all I have gotten back is first nothing, and now “We are investigating!” It should NOT take 3 weeks to figure this out, and as a CS rep for a company I am pretty appalled by all of it.
So long story short, good app but horrible support. In all honesty, I wouldn’t use any rebates from SellPro ever again. Luckily, if you win a normal prize it just gets sent straight to your email, so you almost never have to deal with support.

kl6491 ,

Let’s be honest

In today’s world, everyone wants anything free they can get which is one reason I initially loved this app. I frequently won gift cards and even a couple nice tech items. Then everything changed. They sent out alerts around the end of the year saying they were going to update some stuff. I haven’t won anything since, it makes you re-certify quizzes you’ve already taken, constantly. It send anywhere between 2-10 push notifications a day which is super annoying. Now you have to buy your prizes which is nearly impossible, not to mention the occasional gift card they do put for free never works! Nothing more frustrating than goin to get food and being told your gift card is invalid. It’s good for learning but honestly it takes up a lot of data and the constant notifications are severely annoying.

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The developer, mVentix Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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