How does the Refer a Friend Program work?
Referring friends or family is easy! Share your referral code with your friends right from the app. Once your friend completes their referral steps, both of you will receive your rewards!
Your friend must download the app and create their parent account using your code, create their child’s account and add funds to their Wallet. Then you both will be rewarded! Don’t forget to enter your referral code when prompted during sign up!
Note: Code is only available to new Mydoh users.
How much can I earn using Refer a Friend?
You can refer up to 16 friends or family members to earn up to a maximum of $400 per referral year*. The referral tiers will reset on June 1st of each year!
What are the referral tiers?
- Tier 1 – You’ll earn $10 in your Mydoh Wallet for each of the first 2 referrals.
- Tier 2 – Earn $20 for each of the next 4 referrals.
- Tier 3 – Then you’ll earn $30 each for the next 10 referrals.
Any friends or family members who use your referral code during sign up will earn $10 in their Mydoh Wallet when they complete the steps – sign up, create an account for their child and fund their Mydoh Wallet.
Can I withdraw the referral rewards funds?
Any money earned through Refer a Friend can not be withdrawn from your Mydoh Wallet for 30 days after you have received the funds.
*When you send a referral code to a friend or family member living in Canada who is not an existing Mydoh user (“New Member”) and has never previously signed up to Mydoh, you will earn $10 in your Mydoh Wallet for the first 2 New Members who sign up to Mydoh, create an account for their child and fund their Mydoh Wallet, $20 for the next 4 New Members, then $30 each, up to a maximum of 16 New Members ($400) per Referral Year (June 1 to May 30). Your friend or family member who uses the referral code at sign up will earn $10 in their Mydoh Wallet when they sign up to Mydoh, create an account for their child and fund their Mydoh Wallet. “Friend or family member” is defined as someone with whom you have a personal relationship or family relationship. “Personal relationship” means the individuals have had direct, voluntary, two-way communications and it would be reasonable to conclude that they have a personal relationship, taking into consideration any relevant factors such as the sharing of interests, experiences, opinions and information evidenced in the communications, the frequency of communication, the length of time since the parties communicated or whether the parties have met in person; and “family relationship” means the individuals are related through a marriage, common-law partnership or any legal parent-child relationship and those individuals have had direct, voluntary, two-way communication. For full terms and conditions, please visit App Terms & Conditions. Royal Bank of Canada may cancel or modify this program at any time.