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  1. #1
    Guess Who
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    Purchased Sanyo 8200 blue on-line as the Sprint stores near me had none. I
    was supposed to get the mail in rebate, and phone delivery was delayed
    awaiting the out of stock rebate form. I called back the sales rep and said
    deliver the phone and when the forms come in, mail it to me. So it was
    "duly" noted on my account to send the phone first and rebate when it
    arrives.

    True to form, Sprint billed me another 309.00 and change for another
    purchased phone, which I received 2 days later. I called them and got the
    dupe taken care of, and all was well. But I STILL haven't gotten my rebate
    form - it's been about 3 weeks.

    I called today and they switched me to a rebate specialist, who told me to
    write all the pertinent info on a piece of paper (name , address, sprint
    phone #, phone/model brand, purchase price, and email address) with the
    packing slip and mail it in. I asked if I should indicate I'm looking for
    the rebate and she said the address I'm sending it to is set up for rebates
    only and they will know.

    This sounds kind of ridiculous, but hey, if it gets me my $150.00 back, then
    I'll be happy.





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  2. #2
    RÝbert M.
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    Re: Mail in rebate form... anybody get it?

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "Guess Who" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Purchased Sanyo 8200 blue on-line as the Sprint stores near me had none. I
    > was supposed to get the mail in rebate, and phone delivery was delayed
    > awaiting the out of stock rebate form. I called back the sales rep and said
    > deliver the phone and when the forms come in, mail it to me. So it was
    > "duly" noted on my account to send the phone first and rebate when it
    > arrives.
    >
    > True to form, Sprint billed me another 309.00 and change for another
    > purchased phone, which I received 2 days later. I called them and got the
    > dupe taken care of, and all was well. But I STILL haven't gotten my rebate
    > form - it's been about 3 weeks.
    >
    > I called today and they switched me to a rebate specialist, who told me to
    > write all the pertinent info on a piece of paper (name , address, sprint
    > phone #, phone/model brand, purchase price, and email address) with the
    > packing slip and mail it in. I asked if I should indicate I'm looking for
    > the rebate and she said the address I'm sending it to is set up for rebates
    > only and they will know.
    >
    > This sounds kind of ridiculous, but hey, if it gets me my $150.00 back, then
    > I'll be happy.


    Write to [email protected] apparently they now have more authority
    to solve problems than they used to.



  3. #3
    Frank Harris
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    Re: Mail in rebate form... anybody get it?

    I have a mail-in rebate form here (LIT66882) that I picked up at an
    Office Depot. Email me a mailing address and I'll mail it to you.

    By the way, the form says it has to be mailed by 7/17/04.

    --
    Frank Harris in San Francisco with an A620



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