To take it one step further… When the lead benefit is that there’s no extra fees, you know the program is bogus. If there were no fees, it would be the darling child of all benefits. Sign up to DQP right now and save 10% off the bat!" or whatever. No, instead, it’s “well, no extra fees, yay!”
Problem is, consumers like you who don’t read the fine print or better, read what the copy is pushing you towards (read between the lines, it’s a vital life skill and not just in biz) make this shit work. Just read everything and understand it before you sign the dotted line. Research never hurt anyone.
All you’ve done is sign up to a company drive that wants to limit the amount of steps between your wallet and theirs. That’s obviously not going to appear on any marketing materials, so no extra fees is the lead.
Quite simple really.