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  1. #16
    AMO
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    Re: Cashbacks: thanks OSPS!! (was Re: PACcing out at 12 months + my cashback deal)

    "Marcus Fox" <[email protected]> wrote in
    message news:[email protected]
    > Heh, e2save are going to get some flak on here shortly over their 7600
    > deal,
    > just checked up on what's happening to my cashback, and it's now changed
    > to
    > 45 days instead of 28 days for receipt. Only been 3 weeks since I sent
    > mine
    > off too.
    >
    > Marcus


    Yeah - they forgot that they sold loads of phones under the deal and needed
    to be prepared to process the cashbacks.

    Still, they are reliable, even if they are late! ;0)

    AMO





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  2. #17
    Maris
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    Re: Cashbacks: thanks OSPS!! (was Re: PACcing out at 12 months + my cashback deal)

    On Mon, 16 Jan 2006 18:00:55 -0000, "AMO" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >"Marcus Fox" <[email protected]> wrote in
    >message news:[email protected]
    >> Heh, e2save are going to get some flak on here shortly over their 7600
    >> deal,
    >> just checked up on what's happening to my cashback, and it's now changed
    >> to
    >> 45 days instead of 28 days for receipt. Only been 3 weeks since I sent
    >> mine
    >> off too.
    >>
    >> Marcus

    >
    >Yeah - they forgot that they sold loads of phones under the deal and needed
    >to be prepared to process the cashbacks.
    >
    >Still, they are reliable, even if they are late! ;0)
    >
    >AMO
    >

    Still waiting for my initial 35 refund to my account, which was
    supposed to go into my account after a month. Started the contract on
    September 9th. I'm still waiting for the money. Received a letter from
    Customer Relations Executive, after complaining, on December 12th
    saying I would receive the money within 2 weeks. More porkies! I have
    now cancelled my direct debit to them. I wonder if it will affect my
    cashback - I am now due to send in the first voucher!

    Maris



  3. #18
    Marcus Fox
    Guest

    Re: Cashbacks: thanks OSPS!! (was Re: PACcing out at 12 months + my cashback deal)


    "Maris" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Mon, 16 Jan 2006 18:00:55 -0000, "AMO" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    > >"Marcus Fox" <[email protected]> wrote in
    > >message news:[email protected]
    > >> Heh, e2save are going to get some flak on here shortly over their 7600
    > >> deal,
    > >> just checked up on what's happening to my cashback, and it's now

    changed
    > >> to
    > >> 45 days instead of 28 days for receipt. Only been 3 weeks since I sent
    > >> mine
    > >> off too.
    > >>
    > >> Marcus

    > >
    > >Yeah - they forgot that they sold loads of phones under the deal and

    needed
    > >to be prepared to process the cashbacks.
    > >
    > >Still, they are reliable, even if they are late! ;0)
    > >
    > >AMO
    > >

    > Still waiting for my initial 35 refund to my account, which was
    > supposed to go into my account after a month. Started the contract on
    > September 9th. I'm still waiting for the money. Received a letter from
    > Customer Relations Executive, after complaining, on December 12th
    > saying I would receive the money within 2 weeks. More porkies! I have
    > now cancelled my direct debit to them. I wonder if it will affect my
    > cashback - I am now due to send in the first voucher!


    The direct debit is to the network, not to the retailer, as you didn't buy
    direct from the network. You get the cashback from the network's commission
    to the retailer for selling you the contract. I would think it would affect
    your cashback, as they usually state you have to remain connected for a
    certain amount of time.

    Marcus





  4. #19
    Maris
    Guest

    Re: Cashbacks: thanks OSPS!! (was Re: PACcing out at 12 months + my cashback deal)

    On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 12:46:57 GMT, "Marcus Fox"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >The direct debit is to the network, not to the retailer, as you didn't buy
    >direct from the network. You get the cashback from the network's commission
    >to the retailer for selling you the contract. I would think it would affect
    >your cashback, as they usually state you have to remain connected for a
    >certain amount of time.
    >
    >Marcus
    >

    I think what I am saying is that I couldn't give a **** about the
    meagre cashback (40.03 times 3). I'd prefer to be rid of them and
    sign up a third contract with MercuryMobiles instead, where at least
    you know where you stand.

    Maris



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